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The Best 1800's Bavarian Hand Painted Sugar and Creamer


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Please enjoy these antique Bavarian porcelain serving pieces, a hand painted covered sugar bowl and rarer covered creamer all decorated in well designed roses.

Bavarian hand painted covered creamer and sugar bowl lush all over roses late 1800's mark

This remarkable set, comes from the Zeh, Scherzer & CO. factory of Bavaria, Germany and carries their mark used during the late 1880's.






 

 

The first 2 photos show both sides of this gorgeous sugar and creamer set. You can see that the entire surface of both pieces is covered in an array of radiant roses, ranging in color from a deep wine burgundy to multi pink tones. Their are several shades of greens and blue layering the background. The finials and handles are well enhanced with coordinating colors and overall this set is in splendid condition with no serious condition issues to report. The covered creamer has the Bavarian back stamp on the under side and it dates this set to the 1880's or late 1800's, how lovely.

 

I must say how really hard it is to find covered creamers, this one will certainly not disappoint you. This set has graced my china cabinet for awhile, sitting front row and center. I have enjoyed it immensely, although I have not used it, only taking very good care of it for you. Even though my photos are very good, please expect these pieces to look crisper and more radiant in person. Today is a gloomy, rainy day, I couldn't get this set to photograph and display all of it fabulous appeal, as it truly is outstanding.

 

These close-ups of the creamer show the depth of colors as best as I could display them. Also the well defined handle and background shadings. If you look very closely at the spout, you will see a minute factory flaw, a tiny, tiny chip that was painted over when decorated and then glazed. It is so small, measures less then 1/16th of an inch in any direction, it could be a bubble that popped during firing. It's difficult to notice. During the 1800's, if a piece came out of the mold with a slight imperfection like this, it was not cast aside, it was painted and considered acceptable. A true factory flaw is not a damage and does not effect the value in any way. This creamer measures approx. 6 inches from the end of the spout the the end of the handle and sits proudly at about 4 inches in total height, with the cover, as you see it.

 

The covered sugar bowl is as delightful as the creamer. The last 2 photos show close-ups of the sugar bowl and express it's personality very well. I wish you could see this set in person, you would not be able to resist it, just as I couldn't several years ago. The sugar measures approx. 5 inches or so from handle to handle and sits at equal height to the creamer. This set suffers from no cracks, hairlines or damages, no paint losses or apologies. This undeniably eye-catching set will adorn any table setting or dress up your china cabinet in a manner that only roses can do. Thank you for your time and please consider adding this antique, late 1800's, Bavarian covered sugar and covered creamer to your favorite Victorian porcelain painted  roses collection.

  

Item  5-320 A          $295.00    Now $229.00         Place Order via Email


Have this sugar creamer set shipped before December 16th and save an additional $40.00.

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