Lefton China Violet Chintz ~huge Lot~ Teapot Coffee Cream Sugar Servers Vase
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Lefton China Violet Chintz ~huge Lot~ Teapot Coffee Cream Sugar Servers Vase:
~Violet Chintz~Offered here is a huge lot of items for tea:-Teapot & lid-Coffee pot & lid-cream & sugar set-6" Tidbit handled server-7" pedestal server-8" vaseCondition is mint, no chips, cracks, nicks or repairs,
with minimal gold loss. Maker's Mark on bottom of each piece.
NOTE: The pedestal server has a slight wobble at base of pedestal; no damage, but suspect factory flaw.
This sale proceeds support a charitable organization (see below).
Lefton China Co: The history of Lefton China is a saga that spans World Wars, nations, prejudices and reconstructions. George Zoltan Lefton was a Hungarian immigrant who arrived in Chicago in 1939. Although his background was in marketing and designing specialty clothing, he had a passion for collecting fine porcelain. By 1941 Lefton was focused solely on porcelain and had opened Lefton China. The company became well known for manufacturing a variety of delicate china items such as teapots, creamers, sugar containers, teacups, ashtrays, figurines, vases and much more. In 1945 Lefton traveled to Japan and sealed an important agreement which allowed him to produce the first Lefton China product, which was originally marked as “Made in Occupied Japan.”
Over the years the Lefton Company produced numerous products that
are highly sought after by collectors including: cookie jars, holiday
items, figurines, teapots, jam jars, planters, pitchers, shakers, Red
Hat pieces, wall pockets, head vases and lighthouses. At one point in
time, over 10,000 retail shops carried Lefton products nationwide. George Zoltan Lefton died in 1996 in Florida. The company was sold in 2001.
I have too much china in my cabinets and now am offering items
for sale on to save homeless kitties.
I use plenty of bubble-wrap and peanuts and I pack very securely. All shipments are tracked and a tracking number will be available to you. Combined Shipping: I will always offer combined shipping to get you the lowest shipping price! Contact me when your first sale ends, let me know that you are offerding on more sales; once all sales have completed, calculate lowest combined shipping. About Me:
I am a Red Hat Society gal who enjoys buying, and occasionally selling, on . Sometimes my sales benefit a charity and I hope you’ll look especially closely at those items. I offer personal items I’ve collected or I’ve barely used. These items come from a smoke-free home.I want buyers to be completely satisfied with their purchases. I inspect everything before I offer it for sale and try my best to describe everything accurately. If ever I’ve missed something and you’re not satisfied, please contact me first as I’m always willing to resolve any issues.About Outcast Cat Organization:
“Our Mission, Our Philosophy, Our OperationOutcast Cat Help is a 501(c)(3) California Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to helping the community humanely control and care for the stray and feral cat population. We are 100% volunteer operated with no paid staff.Outcast Cat Help is a TRUE no-kill organization. We believe in letting cats live their lives and only in cases of terminal and painful illness are cats compassionately euthanized because there is no reasonable alternative.Outcast Cat Help treats all cats equally while prioritizing each cat’s individual health needs. We believe that every cat is entitled to the same high quality veterinary care, regardless of age, amicability, ownership or health issue. Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the most humane and effective way to control the stray and feral cat population at this time. Cats are trapped, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, eartipped and returned to where they were trapped. Compassionate humans (caretakers) provide food and fresh water daily. Those caretakers monitor the cat population for new cats so that those cats can be spayed/neutered. Caretakers also monitor the health of the cats in the event that medical attention is required. Overtime, the cat population is reduced by fewer births and through natural attrition. TNR is used by numerous animal rescue organizations and individuals in all types of communities across the United States and internationally.”