Items for Sale
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This unusually shaped red marked RS Prussia 7" teapot is in near mint condition! No chips, cracks, or repairs. Very slight gold wear to pot rim. Pink tulips and green leaves accent the front and back of the pot. The background is a soft yellow with gold outlining. A truly one-of-a-kind teapot and a great addition to anyone's collection.
Purchase price: $375.00
This is the peasant girl portrait creamer & sugar. The sugar shows wear on the gold highlighting, but the creamer is in excellent condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs! A light lavendar band around the middle of each piece highlights the portrait at the center. Both pieces sit on four small feet, which add to the gracefulness of the set. The set is unmarked, but guaranteed to be RS Prussia!
Purchase price: $250.00/set
This unusually shaped free formed 10 1/2" bowl is in excellent condtion with no chips, cracks, or repairs! The outer cobalt band with gold flower and gold rim edging make this a very gorgeous bowl. The bowl is unmarked but guaranteed to be RS Prussia.
Purchase price: $275.00
This red marked 13" vegetable bowl has outstanding gold rose transfers. The pale yellow background is highlighted with rose-colored accents behind the single outer roses and rose- and green-colored accents behind the inner roses. Gold tracings highlight the raised portions of the bowl, making this an exquisite piece of RS Prussia!
Purchase price: $225.00
This red marked RS Prussia carnation mold demitasse cup and saucer is in near mint condition! No chips, cracks, or repairs. The dainty cup is 2" high. The matching saucer is 4 1/2" in diameter. . The floral design is yellow, gold, & pink roses. Some gold wear to the rim of the saucer. The cup gold rim and interior gold ring are 100%! This demitasse cup & saucer could complete your set or start you out on your own set!
Purchase price: $75.00
Last Updated February 12, 2002 by Leslie J. Schultz