This is an extremely hard to find service. Pieces from this Booths of England Lowestoft Deer service are quite hard to find and do not come up for purchase all the time. This has the gold trim that makes this even more desirable. They is delightfully decorated with Deer in the woods scenes.
Booths of England was around from 1891 – 1948 and produced some of the most desirable porcelain services. They were a great maker of fine china. The mark on these places this from between 1912 and 1930.
The Creamer measures 3.5″ high and 3.25″ long with the handle and approx 2.5″ wide.
The Sugar Bowl measures 1.5″ high and 3.25″ wide.
There are no chip or cracks or scratches on these.They look hardly used. The only detrement I could find is one very small iron spot on the sugar bowl. The colors are vibrant and the gold trim in good condition.
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