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Vanderbilt Collection

These stunning handpainted porcelain tea items from the G W Vanderbilt Collection are designed after an 1888 tea set found in the Oak Sitting Room of the historic Biltmore House.

Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina, the Biltmore house and estate were designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the creator of New York's Central Park.

Wildflowers in rose, yellow and blue adorn the biltmore teacup, tea pot and other teaware items against a background of rich blue and gold with the curves and swirls of the Rococo era.

Hand Wash Only. Microwave Not Recommended.

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$ 34.99

 Sugar: 4 1/2"H X 3 1/2"Opening.Creamer: 4"H X 1 1/2"Opening. 5 1/2"High to top of handle. 10 oz.

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$ 49.99

4 3/4"H X 9"W X 7"D8 Pieces

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$ 49.99

Saucer: 5 3/4"Diameter. Cup: 2 1/2"H X 3 3/4"D.Set of 2

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$ 49.99

Set of 2

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$ 39.99

6 1/2"H with lid. 9" Wide from handle to spout. 3 3/4" Opening.