Porcelain Limoges tea set on matching porcelain tray, with the makers mark for Coiffe Limoges, France, circa 1891-1914. This mark is known as Mark 3. Very Edwardian in appearance, with green blushing into white, and decoration of swags of rosebuds and roses. Spatter-gilded rims and handles. The set consists of the tray, four smallish teacups and saucers, creamer, tea pot and lidded sugar bowl. All in excellent condition, with just some very minor wear to the pattern of roses inside the cup.
Tray measures 40 cm by 33 cm and has an up-turned lip and embossed handle area. Tea cups are 6 cm high and 6.3 cm diameter (not including the handle). Good-sized creamer, sugar and tea pot.
Antique Porcelain & Pottery
Antique Teapots & Tea Sets