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The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

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The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Coffee Cups And Saucers, Tea Cup Saucer, Chocolate Pots, Chocolate Coffee, Maximilian I, China Tea Sets, Tea Service, Coffee Set, Tea Pots

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Coffee Set, Dinner Sets, Modern Luxury, Fine China, Dinner Plates, Tea Set, Cup And Saucer

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Trieste, Emperor, Cobalt Blue, Belgium, 19th Century, Charlotte, Castle

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Trieste, Emperor, Cobalt Blue, Belgium, 19th Century, Charlotte, Castle

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, China Tea Sets, Tea Cup Saucer, Vintage Tea, Teacups, Cobalt Blue, Belgium, Tea Time

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

Miramare-MR Tea Cup with Mandarin Handle - Herend Porcelain Maximilian I, Archduke, Coffee Set, Dinner Sets, Chocolate Pots, Vintage China, Good Company, Fine China, Dinner Plates

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Tea Service, Cup And Saucer, Hot Chocolate, Austria, Tea Cups, Trieste, Emperor

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Trieste, Emperor, Cobalt Blue, Austria, Belgium, 19th Century, Oriental

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Trieste, Emperor, Cobalt Blue, Belgium, 19th Century, Charlotte, Castle

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Tea Cup Saucer, Tea Cups, Maximilian I, Archduke, Royal Garden, Coffee Set, Dinner Sets, Modern Luxury, Good Company

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Royal Garden, Coffee Set, Dinner Sets, Modern Luxury, Good Company, Dinner Plates, Tea Set

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.

The Miramare Castle is a castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife. Painted with the harmony of rich gold and oriental blue. Maximilian I, Archduke, Coffee Set, Dinner Sets, Modern Luxury, Good Company, Fine China, Tea Set, Cup And Saucer

Miramare Herend Porcelain - (MR) - Herend Austria

The Miramare Castle is a 19th century castle, built for Austrian Archduke Maximilian Habsburg and his wife, Charlotte of Belgium, later Emperor Maximilian I. and Empress Carlota of Mexico. The castle is situated on the Gulf of Trieste, northeastern Italy, which appears this time on porcelain Richly with Gold over the underglazed Cobalt Blue.