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Hello everyone. I'd like to find out more about an antique I own, it's been in my family for many generations. I have done some research online and found out it's a Capodimonte piece. A coffee pot that is hand painted. Has the crown over N Logo stamped on the bottom of the pot. Was wondering how much it is worth and if I were to sell it what would be a fair amount to ask for it? Can anyone help and give me some advice please? Thanks in advance.
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Sometimes I'm thick as a plank-though I couldn't make out the 2nd word, merci boucoup! Sure is a curious mark.
Anyone take a stab at the Sevres plate? Almost seems like a repro but I've seen a couple online similar. One of the great buys of my career if it's original.
House of Charm, "decore main" is French for "hand decorated". I'm sorry, I can't help with the rest of the markings. Hopefully someone will come along soon who can help. Lovely pieces!
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