Lot# 1004 A Royal Vienna-style porcelain tea service


Late 19th/early 20th century, each with gold paint-obscured maker's marks, with red overglaze beehive mark, each titled, numbered, and signed to portrait reserve ''Wagner'', each gilt-painted and applied with blue ''jewels'' on a green ground, with a gilt oval reserve to one face centering a female portrait, comprising a demi teapot (6.75'' H x 7'' W x 3.75'' D), a covered sugar bowl (5'' H x 4.5'' W x 3.625'' D), a cream jug (4.5'' H x 3.125'' W x 2.375'' D), and six teacups (3.375'' H x 3.125'' W x 2.375'' D) with saucers (.5'' H x 4.25'' Dia.), 15 pieces, est: $2000/3000
*Price Realized: $13,200.00


Provenance: Lauer Collection, Encino, CA. Condition: Overall good condition, with scattered minor scuffs commensurate with age. Teapot with a .5''-long scuff to interior edge of handle. One teacup with minute inherent bubbles to ''jewels''. Approximately two nicked ''jewels'' to saucers.

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