The gold trim is solid on the cup edges and inside.The saucer is 6 inches across and has the same patterns (see photos below for detailed closeups), but has lost some of its inner gold trim, as you can see from the photos. The saucer has an identical mark, except the number is 38.hotographs in this table of marks, unless otherwise noted, are those that were made by us from actual pieces we currently own or have owned in the past; this table also includes photographs that have been contributed to us by our many viewers.By your submission, you are granting us permission to publish your pictures, information, and questions should we so choose and as we so choose, whether in this format or other published formats by Sharon Dickinson, unless you state otherwise at the time of your submission.The plate is clearly marked with a Royal Bayreuth mark that I believe is the current one (used since about 1970). There is almost no wear to the gold trim, and no chips or cracks on any of the pieces.
The cup is 4 inches wide at the rim, 2 inches at the footed base, and the handle adds another inch.
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from a wealthy couple in Brentwood, California, for whom she worked.
It is decorated around the rim with gold trim, a blue and gold band of stylized flowers, and two garlands of pink, yellow, and blue flowers.
The upper part is a cream colr, and below the bottom gold trim it is pure white.