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(218) An extensive Herend Hungarian porcelain green floral 'Count Apponyi' assembled part dinner and breakfast service
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(218) An extensive Herend Hungarian porcelain green floral 'Count Apponyi' assembled part dinner and breakfast service

SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS PRINTED MARKS IN BLUE, VARIOUS NUMERALS

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(218) An extensive Herend Hungarian porcelain green floral 'Count Apponyi' assembled part dinner and breakfast service
SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS PRINTED MARKS IN BLUE, VARIOUS NUMERALS
Gilt and decorated with the 'Chinese bouquet' pattern with a central bouquet of Indianischen Blumen, the relief border in Alt Ozier pattern with floral sprays, comprising: a pair of two-handled tureens and covers, 28.5 cm. wide; a pair of two-handled sauceboats on fixed stand; five oval dishes, in sizes; a circular bowl; an oval quadruped strainer; seven dinner plates; six plates; six covered cream pots; five various two-handled trays; two two-handled baskets, one ajour; a pair of shaped dishes; a candlestick; a candlestick with a double-branched upper section; a quadruped vase; a pair of butter dishes and covers; two coffee pots and covers, in sizes; two teapots and covers; a hot milk jug and cover; a chocolate pot and cover; three various cream jugs; two various two-handled sugar bowls and covers; a sugar bowl; a barrel-shaped mustard pot and cover; a marmelade pot and cover on fixed stand; a tripod bowl and cover; six egg-cups; a pair of pepper and salt castors; twenty-three side dishes; three fan-shaped dishes; six sweetmeat dishes; three leaf-shaped bowls; ten mocca cups and saucers; twelve coffee cups and saucers; sixteen tea cups and saucers; six two-handled covered chocolate cups and saucers (218)
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The Chinese bouquet pattern was originally named 'Apponyi Flowers' and was created in 1930 for Albert Count Apponyi.

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