From Hungary: Herend "chinese Bouquet" (rust Color) 1 Mocha Cup Saucer
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From Hungary: Herend "chinese Bouquet" (rust Color) 1 Mocha Cup Saucer:
Herend, Hungary's legendary maker of fine china, has produced "Chinese Bouquet" since 1930. It was originally created in a raspberry color for Count Albert Apponyi, and bears a stylized peony, with 24k gold rosettes. It is available in 8 colors.This is the rust color. This saucer is for the mocha cup and is clearly marked with the maker's mark, Hungary, and the fact that it is handpainted, which accounts for the slight variations in each. It also has the AOG pattern number and the item number 707 written on the underside of the piece. The saucer is about 5 1/2" in diameter. It appears to be unused. There are no chips, cracks, breaks, or scratches and the colors are bright. Questions are welcomed. Returns are possible under regular conditions, including the buyer paying for return shipping costs. Combined shipping is available for multiple purchases. I usually try to ship via Priority Mail from USPS.