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Vintage

Hand-Painted Cup & Saucer

CuttingpiecesLA

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Hand-Painted Cup & Saucer
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Hand-Painted Cup & Saucer

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
porcelain
Size:
5" W x 3.5" H
Color/Finish:
green/pink/gold/white

Why We Love This

Beautiful teacup and saucer from Lefton Company, the first importer of china from Japan following WWII. Lefton conceived the "Made in Occupied Japan" label so customers would buy Japanese products with a clear conscience after the war. This cup and saucer is from the 1950 Heritage green rose pattern, and is hand-painted and marked.
As described by DNU - CuttingpiecesLA

About DNU - CuttingpiecesLA

A cutting piece, in movie and TV terminology, is the eye-catching piece of decor in the foreground of a scene that establishes the mood of the story. After 20 years of set decorating and four Emmy nominations, Wendie Goode Dox still loves finding that one-of-a-kind treasure that takes a room from the merely nice to utterly fabulous, and helps her design clients tell the story of their lives.