- Pattern: Poinsettia and Ribbons (Discontinued)
- Made in Taiwan for Tienshan Fairfield Fine China
- Vintage: 1980’s
- Details: This is a lovely bell, absolutely perfect for your holiday decorating. The pattern shows a red Poinsettia in the center of a holly swag and red ribbons and berries all around. This bell is elegant in its simplicity and material, red and green design on the front, bright white bone china and a simple gold ring around the top. rim. Genuine Bone China, Taiwan”. It retains its original foil label that reads: “This set is part of a much larger dinnerware that includes the typical plates, cups, and glasses but also includes, platters, candle holders, napkin rings, even a cookie jar! Hand Wash is necessary to maintain design. If you’re collecting this pattern, we hope this bell brings you closer to completing it. If you’re just looking for elegant holiday decorations, we think these will be absolutely perfect. Great gift for the holidays!
- Materials: Bone China
- Dimensions: 4.5 inches Tall, 2.75 inches in Diameter (at widest point)
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Good Vintage Condition. There is a minor factory defect on the side, hardly noticeable unless you’re looking for it, looks like a ding but it’s glazed over, we photographed it for you and there are some stains on the inside we were unable to get out. Otherwise, there are no cracks, chips, or scratches. PLEASE SEE PICTURES BEFORE PURCHASING. ALL SALES FINAL. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and imperfections.
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Tienshan Tableware Limited is an importer, exporter, manufacturer and trading company of ceramic dinnerware and giftware. They are based in Norwalk, CT with offices also in Hong Kong. They were established in 1978, the privately owned company was a trendsetter in the dinnerware market. They marketed dinnerware under the Tienshan name, as well as: Magnolia, Bella Ceramica, Culinary Arts, Folkcraft, Stoney Hill, Fairfield and others. There have been no releases of new patterns since 2009, perhaps they have gone out of business.