Pretend play for a little girl from the late Victorian era, especially with objects just like grown ups, could be quite fun. The Gatherings is offering this sweet play china bowl pitcher wash set plus a covered soap dish and toothbrush holder toilet set. The toilet pieces are not an exact match to the bowl & pitcher, but all were found together and blend quite well together. As you will note, too, little hands sometimes are not careful causing breakage to beautiful pieces.
Bowl and pitcher: Lovely china, lovely shape, decorated with a refreshing flower and blue ribbon bow. Gold gilt at the edge of the rim of the bowl and accents a number of places on the pitcher. Wear to the gilt. A small chip on the rim of the pitcher. The bowl has been broken and mended. No marking as to manufacture on either pieces. Bowl is 5-3/4" in diameter. Height of bowl is 2-1/8" tall. The ewer style pitcher is 6" tall. 2" diameter at the base. Bulbous in the middle. Handle is tall and flowing with cutout at the termination point.
Toilet set: The lid of both the toothbrush holder and soap dish are decorated with buds and stems. Leaves surrounding the little lift handles are edged in gilt. The bases of the containers also have gilt at the edges. As noted some wear to the gilt. Pleasing shape to the containers. The inside lip of the toothbrush lid does have a chip. (see photo). No chips to the soap dish. Length of the toothbrush holder is 3-1/2" long x 1-3/4"" tall, at the middle, to the handle. 1-3/8" wide. Soap dish is 2-3/8" long x 1-3/4" tall, at the middle, to handle. 1-3/4" wide. No markings on either piece as to manufacture.