Part of the tea service consists of a jug and three teacups. The jug is biconical in shape with a raised opening, spout and lid. The handle is accentuated by an irregular rectangular shape and raised above the rim of the jug. The cups, on the other hand, are of a simple conical shape, but with a similar handle. All elements of the service are decorated with floral, painted motifs and golden, thin lines that emphasize the rims, handles and other elements. The number 4778 is stamped on the bottom of the jug.

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