A stunning and rare Copeland demitasse cup with matching saucer in white ground and decorated with pink cerise intertwined green design, covered in gold scroll and trim. A fabulous cup and saucer still maintaining its medallion in the bottom center of the cup, often this area shows the most wear from spoons but this cup looks to have never been used with near mint intact decoration and no damage to the porcelain, a fine example of mid 19th century English porcelain.
Condition No cracks or chips, no repairs, overall excellent antique condition with minimal wear
Marked W.T. Copeland Green Backstamp Mark Circa 1851-1885, impressed marks with handwritten number 742, indicating pattern
Measurements: Saucer plate is 4.75" diam Cup stands 2.25" tall with a 2" opening
A beautiful antique Dugan carnival glass ruffled rim bowl in marigold color in the Cosmos Variant pattern, having a beautiful cosmos bloom in center surrounded by trailing leaves.
Dimensions: 9 1/4" Across
Condition: Overall Excellent No Chips, Cracks, or Repairs.
This piece is around 100 years old and is in excellent antique condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. This is antique carnival glass and may have old/straw marks, small bubbles, cinders and color variants of iridizations are typical of all carnival glass. And does not necessarily detract from the beauty or character of any piece. Condition can be Very Subjective to each individual collector - Multiple photos from different angles and in different lighting were taken to showcase the beauty and uniqueness of this piece. Please look at photos carefully as they are part of my description.