Brand new (1st)
Items are brand new without any defects and flaws.
Brand new (2nd)
Items are brand new, but sold cheaper due to small imperfections (*)
Items may not be brand new, but has no flaws, defects or damages. For annual products (like Christmas plates, annual figurines, eggs etc.) we always deliver brand new items in original boxes if you order annual items of current year! Also many older items are actually un used, and still in original box.
Items may not be brand new. Sold at bargain prices due to small imperfections (*)
Item with Defect
When an item is labelled as Item w/defect it is because the items has some defects, damages or has been mended.
Should you be interested in items with defects please ask before you buy. This makes it possible for you to be well informed about what the specific item is "suffering" from, before you complete payment.
(*) 2. Quality in general:
When an item is categorised as 2. Quality, it is often due to small and/or insignificant flaws or imperfections, which are not obvious to the untrained eye. Upon completion the manufacturer or DPH check the quality, and if an item has even the smallest errors or defects it cannot pass the quality check 100 %. These items are then sold cheaper due to their imperfections.
The Colonial Coffee service was produced by The Royal Porcelain Factory in 1976 to mark the 200-year of the United States independence.
The service is produced in the light of the very first service set ever produced at the Royal Porcelain Factory in the years 1782 to 1800.
The service consists of four cups with saucers, all parts of the service have different silhuette-motifs of the men that fought for independence, namely Thomas Jefferson, Georg Washington, Richard Henry Lee, John Adams, Thomas Paine, Alexander Hamilton.
Sugar-bowl and cream jug.
Everything is put into a mahogany-box that is an exact copy of a box from 1782.
All parts of the service have different silhuette-motifs of the men that fought for
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark gave a copy to President Ford during her visit in USA
in 1976 on the occasion of the 200th year of the Independence Declaration.
The Coffee-set was produced in 300 copies only.