Vintage Yellow Bundt Pan

Item details

Vintage from the 1930s


Vintage lusterware dinnerware with orange and deep purple airbrushed look, black and white rim. A small pitcher, 5 cups and saucers and 6 dessert plates. 1930s LDB Co. Germany luster porcelain tea serving set.

17 pieces in total.

Pitcher (large creamer or small tea/coffee pot):
5 ¼” tall
5” spout to handle
2 ¾’ diameter of opening
3 ¼’ diameter at base

Tea cups:
2 ¼” tall
4 1/8” wide with handle
3 3/8” diameter at rim
1 7/8” diameter at base

1” tall
6 1/8” diameter at rim
3 ¾” diameter at base

7 ½” diameter at rim
1 1/8” tall
4 3/8” diameter at base

All are marked in green:

An export mark for porcelain made for the Flambeau China Co. of Limoges France, founded in 1879 as the Porzellanfabrik. The name changed to Moschendorf in 1895 and they operated under that name until 1937 and they became the Porzellanfabrik Otto Reinecke, which finally closed in 1957.

Overall, excellent, vintage, used condition, especially considering the age and delicate nature. Very light exterior scratching on most pieces, throughout. Production flaws, such a flea bites in the glaze and light areas in the luster, can be found most pieces. One teacup has what appear to be a paint speck. Most of the saucers and plates show light wear to black rim. Two saucers has slight tiny chips at the rim. There are lighter areas on the faces of the plates and saucers that are presumed to be production flaws.