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Moriage Sugar & Creamer Set

The Paw & Beak

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Moriage Sugar & Creamer Set
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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
clay
Size:
4" W x 2.75" H
Color/Finish:
cream/green/multi
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Antique Japanese creamer with detached underplate and sugar bowl with lid, decorated with intricate flora and fauna designs in rich greens, purples, and reds. Note the waterlily pad detail on the underside of the creamer plate. No maker's mark. Dimensions: creamer with underplate, 4"Dia x 2.75"H; sugar bowl, 3.75"Dia x 2.75"H.
As described by The Paw & Beak

About The Paw & Beak

Backed with a quirky sense of Southern humor and sensibility, The Paw & Beak was founded on the ideal that a successful interior is a mix of rugged and refined design elements. A photography stylist with a lifelong passion for interior design, our founder scours for vintage wares with one philosophy: “If I’ve never seen anything like it, chances are it’s a great find!”