Nutroma porcelain coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl produced by Mitterteich Porzellan (clock crockery set)SKU: PO-3555-21
Nutroma porcelain coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl produced by Mitterteich Porzellan (clock crockery set).
- Manufacturer: Nutroma / Mitterteich Porzellan
- Date of manufacture: 1970s
Who doesn't recognize it? The cosy coffee crockery tableware with images of traditional clocks. It was released in the 1970s by Nutroma coffee creamer and is produced by Mitterteich Porzellan.
On both sides of the high coffee pot is a frontal image of a stately Dutch grandfather clock from the year 1750. The sugar bowl shows a Brabant clock from 1780 and the milk jug shows a skipper from 1820.
This set is in a neat vintage condition with no significant traces of use or age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of description.
- Height: 21 cm.
- Length: 22 cm. (from handle to spout)
- Diameter: 9.5 cm.
- Height: 8 cm.
- Diameter: 6 cm.
- Width: 10 cm (with handle and spout).
- Height: 11 cm.
- Diameter: 8 cm.
The Nutroma clock crockery tableware
Who doesn't remember it? The cosy coffee crockery tableware with images of traditional clocks. It was released in the 1970s by Nutroma Coffee Creamer and was produced by Mitterteich Porzellan. The images and captions were provided by the renowned clock expert and author Jaap Zeeman.
The tableware consists primarily of a coffee pot, a milk jug and a sugar bowl along with six different cups and saucers. On both sides of the high coffee pot is a frontal image of a stately Dutch grandfather clock from 1750. The sugar bowl shows a Brabant clock from 1780 and the milk jug shows a skipper from 1820.
The coffee cups are decorated with images of a chair clock from 1750 , a Frisian short tail from 1820, a Zaan clock from 1710, an Overijssel Ruempolk clock from 1750 and an Amsterdammertje from 1760. The only non-Dutch clock on this tableware is the lantern clock in the year 1640, as it appeared in England and France.
The crockery can be expanded with breakfast plates and a presentation set, consisting of a large plate and six small saucers. The breakfast plates show various chair clocks from 1707, 1728, 1740, 1765, 1775 and 1850. The large cake plate offers a view of a Twente chair clock from 1779, signed by CW Bakker Goor, while the pastry saucers bear the same images as the cups.
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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland
Kind of object
Coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl as part of the Nutroma clock tableware
Nutroma Clock crockery / tableware
White - brown
Part of Nutroma's 22-piece clock tableware / crockery
Good vintage condition
Parcel post with track & trace