Q&A on Collecting: Dinnerware is a bohemian rhapsody

Anne McCollam advises readers about the value of their antiques.

BY Anne McCollam Published: April 1, 2013
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Q&A on Collecting

Dinnerware is a bohemian rhapsody

Q: This is a photo of a service for six set of porcelain. It was given to my grandmother by her sister around 1929 and then passed along to me. The set includes serving platters, bowls, egg cups, a cream pitcher and a sugar bowl. Each dish is decorated with stylized large pink flowers and small blue ones and green leaves. The edges and handles are embellished with gold. Most pieces are marked with a lion inside a heart and the words “Bohemia — Czecho-Slovakia.” A few of the small dishes are marked simply “Germany” and the cream pitcher includes the word “Donatello.”

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