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Creamer & Sugar with Lid, Lefton, Wheat 20/83, Hand Painted Japan, Vintage

Creamer & Sugar with Lid, Lefton, Wheat 20/83, Hand Painted Japan, Vintage

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  • Pattern: Wheat
  • Made in Japan
  • Vintage: 1950 - 1955
  • Details:  This is such a pretty set of creamer and sugar!  It is delicate and beautiful with gold wheat stalks and other gold accents.  The sugar bowl has a lid as well as two handles, a gorgeous ruffled collar and swirled body,  just beautiful!  The creamer has the same gold wheat stalks and a swirled body. These pieces are high quality porcelain, very translucent.  Based on the bottom stamp, we can date them to between 1949 and 1955.  The stamp reads: "Lefton China, Hand Painted, Reg. U.S. Pat. Off." and has a the Lefton crown in blue and gold.  There's also a pattern number "20/83".   A truly beautiful set, and this one is in great condition.  Perfect as a hostess gift, a bridal shower gift or for your own enjoyment!
  • Material:  Porcelain
  • Dimensions:  Sugar: 3.75 inches Tall including the lid. Top opening is 2.0 inches in Diameter. Approx. 5.0 inches Wide including the handles.   Creamer: 3.75 inches Tall, 2.0 inches Diameter (top opening). Approx.  4.0 inches Wide (from spout to handle).
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Very Good Condition.  There are no chips, scratches or any other imperfections.  There is very minor wear on the gold rim on the sugar, photographed for you.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 
Lefton (actually called Geo. Zoltan Lefton Company) was started in Chicago in 1941 by George Lefton, an immigrant from Hungary who's hobby was collecting fine porcelain. Mr. Lefton didn't manufacture his wares, he was an importer of Japanese porcelain but had very high quality standards for his manufacturers and that's why his items are still collected and highly regarded today.  His reputation earned him the name of The China King.  In the mid 1970's he started importing items from other countries such as Taiwan, Malaysia and China.  George Lefton died in 1996 and the company was sold in 2001 but the mark "Lefton" is still being used.  Lefton marks include: stamps, labels, or numbers, unfortunately when it is a paper (foil) label, they are almost always missing by the time we find them.  Lefton was sold to OMT Enterprises of Gardena, California, in 2005 and is now a division of that company.

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