This dinnerware is from the elegant Patriciapattern (#4982) which is a white porcelain with a beautiful 3/16" wide gold trim . T are twelve 8-piece place settings plus serving pieces. The set is missing one 2-handled soup cup.
This pattern is now discontinued and this set is in excellent condition for its age (1948-1952).
Some of the pieces are stamped "Made in Occupied Japan."
T are no chips or cracks and the gold trim is in excellent condition! T is one bread and butter plate that has a small fleck w the gold is missing on the trim, but the remainder of the set looks great!!
The surface of the plates and serving pieces look brand new!
The set includes 12 of each :
dinner plate: 10"
salad plate: 7-5/8"
bread/dessert plate: 6-3/8"
fruit bowl: 5-5/8"
2-handled soup/broth cup: 4-1/2" wide x 2" tall (only 11)
underplate for soup: 7-1/4"
coffee/tea cup: 3-3/4" wide 2-1/4" tall
saucer: 5-5/8" 1 of each :
oval serving platter: 16-1/4"
oval serving platter: 11-3/4"
oval serving bowl: 10-1/2" x 7-3/4"
round serving bowl + lid: 10-3/4"
oval gravy boat with attached underplate: 7-1/2" x 4-7/8"
sugar bowl + lid: 6-1/2" x 3"
creamer: 5-3/4" x 3-3/4"
Postage and handling fees listed are just an estimate. Postage will be actual cost of shipping plus our handling fee for packing materials. They will be shipped in a number of boxes to insure safety.
It will probably be between $45 to $85 for postage and handling in U.S., depending on zip code, mailing from So. Calif., so consider the additional cost when bidding. We will send actual postage cost to winning bidder.
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