A stunning collection of Joseph Mrazek Peasant Pottery dating from the early 1920's.
While this is a mismatched set, it remains a wonderful example of early Czech pottery made in the Letovice factory.
large plate (marked 1323)
↣ 8.25" diameter
↣ .75" height
↣ 5.75" diameter (marked 1311, and other one is marked 415 C)
↣ 2.5" height
cup and saucer - 1 green cup, 1 white cup, 2 green saucers
↣ " 2.75 diameter of cup rim
↣ 3.5" diameter with handle
↣ 2" height of cup
↣ 4.75" diameter saucer (marked 810 K)
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This item is in good vintage condition with age appropriate wear. The cups and saucers do not have any cracks or repairs, there are small glaze nicks and rubbing along edges and middle of saucers. One bowl is in good conition with a few small nicks in the glaze, but no cracks. The other bowl has @ 5" crack in it. You can see the crack on the inside and on the outside as well. It goes in two directions on the outside. I do not think this has been repaired. It remains fragile. Not for use!! The large saucer/salad plate has @ 5.5" crack that does look to have had some glue added on the back. But it may also just be browning in the crack over time. You can see this fracture on the front as well. Otherwise, there is rubbing in the glaze and very few edge nicks in the finish. Please see photos for more details and don't forget to use the zoom feature!
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