Vintage Hand Painted White Porcelain Petite Cup With Gold Edging From Germany For Sale
Thisis an rare, authentic white porcelainpetite cupfrom Germany. The cup is 2
inches tall and 2 1/4 inches in diameter at the top. The top edge and small handle have been dipped in real gold.
There is a Kleiber permanent sticker on the bottom of the cup, it says "Bavaria," and "Made in West Germany."
The coat of arms looks like it has been hand painted, it is the crest for Germany.Underneath the crest, it says
"Bundesrepublik Deutschland," which is a phrase that the East Germans used to identify the West Germans
during the Cold War. The term is obsolete now, especially since the reunification of Germany and the end of
the Berlin Wall. The cup is in mint condition, a rare and hard to find historical memory - you will love it!
Although vintage and pre-owned,it has only been displayed behind a glass showcase. No chips, cracks or
crazing noted. Good Luck and Happy offerding!! Thank you for your interest in our items.
accept PayPal only, and expect payment within 48 hours after end of sale. Serious buyers only. If there is a problem
with your purchase, please allow us the opportunity to fix things before you leave negative response or contact . We
won't give out response until we are both satisfied with the purchase.
We strive for complete customer satisfaction, therefore we will accept returns within 14 days after you receive the item. The
buyer will pay return shipping in all cases. Once the item is returned, we will refund your money. Our items are packaged
with the utmost care, therefore we will not be liable for breakage during shipment.
We usually ship items priority within the US - it is faster. However, if you prefer Parcel Post, please advise. If the items is
13 ounces or less, we will ship it First Class. Once the item is shipped, we have no control over the delivery time, and we
cannot be liable for any lost packages. Thank you.
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