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Hi Sue ~ I just love all these antique porcelains from Russia; happy that you are enjoying them. :))))
Isn't this exquisite Joyce, very elegant. Thank you...Sue
Hi quilt ~ Glad you enjoyed it. :)))
Great puzzle however I don't think I would drink my demi-tasse out of this one. Maybe they gave it to their enemies but a touch of bella donna on the tip of the handle. Gee did I really say that? Just kidding. I do like the pale rose color with the gold. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Janine & yellow ~ Glad you both enjoyed today's puzzle. Yes, it was used for the ''royalty'' of Russia, not the peoples of Russia. You'd have to be careful when taking a little sip. :)))))
My goodness, I love the colors (especially the dusty rose) in this cup, but it doesn't look user friendly, does it?!! Thanks for sharing it, cakes.Left you a note on the Door Panel puzzle!
This would only be in a tsar's home...not meant for the general public, unless you had mega bucks.....in Russia ?.....not so much. It is very unusual and very beautiful too.Thanks Joyce for the display, Janine.
Hi cactus ~ All before their revolution, the time of the Tsars/Czars. Please browse through my past postings of Russian porcelain. :))))
I must be from the ice age. I never would have guessed the Russians had such beautiful and elegant dinner ware.
LOL Maybe!!!! :)))))))))))
Well, they must have made the servants drink for them!!!
Hi Judy ~ You think the handle is a killer???!!! Look at the lip of the cup. LOL Really though, it was in use. :)))
An amazing cup and saucer! I hope it was meant to be purely decorative, because that handle looks like a killer!