Victoria Schmidt Austria Pheasant Candlestick Holders
Porcelain Factory Victoria of Austria porcelain candlestick holders. Lovely pattern called Pheasant, featuring a colorful pheasant on a flowering branch, and red and orange flowers. The edges are yellow and black, and consist of a design of alternating shapes. Candlesticks are accented with brown trim. Victoria's Pheasant matches the Pheasant pattern produced by F Winkle and Company of England. Their dinnerware pieces go very well together. Size: 5 1/4 inches tall; 3 1/2 inches diameter at the base. Manufactured by Schmidt and Company, Porcelain Factory Victoria - Austria. Circa: 1904-1918. Condition: Excellent.
Victoria Schmidt Czechoslovakia Pheasant Meat Serving Platter
Porcelain Factory Victoria of Czechoslovakia, large 17 inch meat serving platter in their lovely Pheasant pattern. This pattern features a colorful pheasant on a flowering branch, surrounded by scattered red and orange flowers, along with a wide border of red and orange flowers. The edge is yellow and black, and consists of a design in alternating shapes. Platter is accented with a brown rim. Victoria's Pheasant matches the Pheasant pattern produced by F Winkle and Company of England. Their dinnerware pieces go very well together. Size: 16 3/4 inches by 11 3/4 inches. Manufactured by Schmidt and Company, Porcelain Factory Victoria - Czechoslovakia. Circa: 1918-1939. Condition: Some light scratches.
This demi teacup and saucer was made in Czechoslovakia by Victoria China Co. in the early 1900's. It is bone china shaped to look like shell. The cup is a square shape about 2 3/4 wide and 2 1/2 tall supported by 4 legs. The saucer is round and measures about 4 3/4 across. It is a commemorative piece with what appears to be a decal of PENSANS DOMINI ANNO 1614 on both the saucer and the cup. It is in excellent condition and would be an unusual addition to your collection.
Cup And Saucer Daffodil Spring Bouquet Enamel Accents
This is a lovely English bone china cup and saucer in a pattern called Daffodil made by Victoria China, Cartwright and Edwards 1929-1942. The cup is 2.25 inches high, the saucer is 5.75 in diameter and the design is a black transfer spring bouquet that has been hand colored with raised enamel accents and gold trim. The cup and saucer are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. Lovely!