A wonderful RS Prussia early years creamer and sugar set on footed bases with luster interior and satin Tiffany finish to exterior over the attractive sunflower mold 626. The flowers have a very pretty pink to maroon color with some mixed deep green at edges. Both have gold stenciling to the rope handles, lid, and overall body of the pieces. Unmarked, as some early Prussia was, rare Tiffany finish and rare pink coloring, most sunflower pieces were executed in a dark lavender, almost black color.
Measurements: approx creamer is 3-1/4" tall. The sugar bowl measures 4-1/2" to the top of the rope finial and is 5-1/2" across at the handles.
Condition: Both excellent with No chips, chips, or repairs, rope handles show some typical wear to gold
$1,993.25 $2,345.00A stunning and oh so rare RS Prussia bowl in the larger eleven inch size, showing the beautiful Diana the Huntress in the center with scenic medallions surrounding her. Six cameos in all, each showing a Victorian dressed woman in an outdoor scene, three of a lovely lady in pink watering flowers, two are of a woman in blue with her large dog, and one shows a woman feeding her chickens. An amazing bowl in the Point and Clover Mold 82 with just breathtaking scenic portrait features! So hard to find especially with no damage to the porcelain and the images still so bright and untouched.
$79.05 $93.00A beautiful RS Prussia German porcelain bowl in a heart shape with scalloped edges. The bowl has a lovely shade of deep pink/maroon colors with etched flowers and decorated in the HI 5 documented in Marple book Prussia: Early Years Art Nouveau Period. The floral decoration is yellow roses with purple flowers surrounding the center.