Mitterteich Bavaria Meissen Floral China Coffee Tea Pot

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 13,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
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10" Tall - With Lid - Stunning Mint Condition

Up for auction is a beautiful Mitterteich Bavaria china Coffee/Tea Pot, with Lid, "Meissen Floral" pattern, approximately 60+ years old, in stunning mint condition from a non-smoking home.

Measuring approx. 10" tall, this coffee/tea pot is in flawless conditon - no chips, no cracks, no breaks. Even the gold gilding is without skipping or problems. T are no stains inside - I'm not sure this has ever been used, it's so clean and pristine inside. Even the pickiest buyers will be thrilled with the condition. We're proud to offer it today. Please see our other auctions for other beautiful "Meissen Floral" serving pieces.

Shipping will be a flat rate of $14.99 for FedEx Ground with full tracking and insurance in the Continental US, so bid with confidence . Alaska and Hawaii bidders please contact us for a quote. International bidders please use the shipping calculator at the bottom of the auction. Questions are always welcome, and thanks for looking!

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