Cup with saucer, circa 1860, manufactories Fischer & Mieg, Karlovy Vary, Austrian Empire

Cup is on a conical foot and has a wide opening whose rim is wavy and gilded on the outside, as well as a wide line on the inside. Gilding also dominates in the decoration of the surface of the cup, which is divided by lines into segments that alternate: a segment of color-painted bouquets of flowers alternates with narrower segments with a motif of bags painted with gold. The tray is decorated in the same way. At the bottom of the inside of the cup, a gilded motif of a branch is imprinted. At the bottom, on the foot is the manufactory mark.

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