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    Default Freshwater pearls 3.5 mm

    Freshwater pearls 3.5mm from Harmony Pearls

    Thank you, Amrita










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    Adorable! Was this necklace for a child, or for yourself?

    That is lovely porcelain-- what pattern is it?

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    Tiny pearls are so sweet. Thanks for sharing.
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    Pearl Dreams , necklace for my adult friend , she wanted a small pearls long time ))))

    Porcelain is very old (it is antiques)

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    And, of course, great photos!
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    Lovely photos... dreamy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inga View Post
    Pearl Dreams , necklace for my adult friend , she wanted a small pearls long time ))))

    Porcelain is very old (it is antiques)
    Inga, I collect antique/vintage porcelain and was curious if there is a maker and pattern on the bottom of the piece.
    Is it Lomonosov?
    Last edited by Pearl Dreams; 01-12-2014 at 05:25 AM.

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    Very lovely petite pearls! A versatile piece, can be layered or worn with enhancers.
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    Pattye,to be honest,I don't know )))

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    Ah, thanks anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl Dreams View Post
    Is it Lomonosov?
    No )







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    Such gorgeous photos Inga! The pearls look even more beautiful on that stunning porcelain! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Oh, that is darling! The handles, the feet and the knob and leaves on the top-- so nice! Thanks for taking the time to photograph it.

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    Inga, I had a little fun looking up your exquisite porcelain. (I hope no one minds my little hijack of the thread.)

    Here is what I learned....

    The brand is quite old! Nymphenburg (legible in the photo above.)

    Here is the Nymphenburg's website with lots of fascinating information and photos: http://www.nymphenburg.com/en/home

    Now here is the fun part-- this 12-sided antique shape is called "Perl" (pearl-- because of the line of "pearls" along the edges) and the pattern is 1390. (I couldn't find a name, just the pattern number, which is the same as the number on the bottom of your tureen.) The finial (knob) is a pomegranate and the leaves and handles are Acanthus.
    http://www.replacements.com/webquote/NYM1390.htm

    About the Pearl shape specifically: http://www.nymphenburg.com/en/products/dinnerware/pearl

    Here is an article on German porcelains, including a section on Nymphenburg; if you click on the gallery tab, there is a photo of a tureen with the same shape but different pattern (last row of the gallery, second photo from the left):
    article: http://www.globalblue.com/destinatio...lain/#tabs-1-1

    Google has so many images of Nymphenburg porcelain-- a feast for the eyes for anyone who enjoys vintage and antique porcelain.
    http://www.google.com/search?q=nymph...w=1527&bih=950


    Okay, my hijack of the thread is over.
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    All I can say is WOW. Good job!
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