"HI, I think Martin in on the right tract. It is old, German or Austrian, and may also be Heuback, or another of the Dresden makers, that I cannot remember at the moment. If so, It is worth a good price, Perhaps $75 to $250 depending on which it…"
"Hi Tony , now that we're friends, got to tell ya, you have fab things too. And whatever camera you are using is super sharp...the wringer washer is just like the one Mom used to have on the farm...darn thing always double wrapped and things got…"
"Thanks for that - it is a pretty set. :-)
Unfortunately, I've hit a brick wall as I've not been able to identify the "markings".
I've looked all over the net and I've trawled through all of the quite excellent links…"
Hello everyone.I found this in the attic. It's apparently Japanese and in very good condition.There's a teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl with 5 cups but only 4 saucers.It's quite small scale, the teapot is about 7 inches tall and each cup only 2 1/4 inches high.This has been in the family for at least 60 years, possibly longer. Chances are it was purchased in Scotland pre 1950.Here's a few more pics,This next photo is part of the detail on the teapot ...I'd appreciate any information on the…See More
"the hand cut dovetails were commen used much later in Europe than in America, and oak side on drawers is normal, I brought a container of english/european furniture over and even the art deco stuff had had cut dovetails,
the interior designers will…"
Hi Tony , now that we're friends, got to tell ya, you have fab things too. And whatever camera you are using is super sharp...the wringer washer is just like the one Mom used to have on the farm...darn thing always double wrapped and things got stuck in that wringer more times than I care to remember :-) Nice to meet you, Linda :-)