This rare antique Lazarus Straus and Sons Limoges teacup and saucer is hand painted. L S and S was active from 1895 to 1927 as a New York importer. There are soft scallops, gold trim and artistry in the delicate translucent set which was made by Limoges in France. Limoges is high quality and this piece belongs in a luxurious setting.
Measurements: The saucer is 5.75" in diameter. The teacup is 2" high and is 3.5" from rim to rim.
The price includes free Priority Mail shipping within the US, free gift wrapping and free shipping insurance.
This French teacup and saucer are in excellent condition. Although we wish to sell, we prefer to have loyal, satisfied, repeat customers. We do this by fully describing every flaw that we see. There are no cracks, chips or crazing. We do not sell damaged items. You may buy with confidence.
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We specialize in custom orders for resellers all over the world. Contact us to discuss the details.
We no longer sell to China or the Middle East. Although the people are lovely, we have had too many delivery problems.
We ship via Priority Mail within the continental US without any extra charge. For other areas, the order is sent via First Class International Mail with the US Post Office.
There appears to be some confusion about VAT taxes for EU buyers. VAT taxes are NOT included in the selling price - no matter what wording appears in the cart at checkout.
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Do not wash any of the china in the dishwasher.
We do not know the exact materials used in the china. We are selling them as decorative items.