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Authentic Marinna Do Brasil or Royal Brazilian Navy Dinnerware and Tableware with Insignia consisting of the Royal Crown and Fouled Anchor
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Left Photo Illustrates a china or porcelain cup and saucer used by the Brazilian Navy or Marinna Do Brasil.
Photo to the right shows the Brazilian Navy topmark which consists of a blue royal crown and an encircled fouled anchor with Marinna Do Brasil.

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Photo to the left illustrates the saucer with the Brasilian Navy topmark.
Photo to the right illustrates the bottom manufacturer's mark, KPM. Note the Brazilian-German connection.

The above photographs illustrate a very nice cup and saucer used by the Brazilian Navy (or Marinna Do Brasil in Portuguese). We hope to get more of this fine porcelain in the future and offer it for sale. Pssssst.. We have a great joke about George Dubya, Cheney and the Brazilian Military - email or call!

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Above photos are of four silver (stamped .825 JO) Brazilian Navy after dinner bon-bon or candy dishes and are 2.75" across by .25" high. These would hold small mints or candys to be served after a dinner or perhaps along with a coffee or tea. There is a small minor repair performed on one of the dishes at some distant time but does not detract from either appearance or use.

Available for sale at $50. each

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ANY TEXT BELOW THIS LINE IS SOLEY FOR THE BENEFIT OF SEARCH BOTS, SPYDERS AND OTHER DENIZENS OF THE DEEP DARK SEA INTERNET The Brazilian Navy is called the Marinna Do Brasil navy of Brazil. The Brazilian Navy apparently had fine china tableware made for it.
Which included a tableware and dinnerer, cup and saucer. This would be a perfect gift for Dutch or Brazil's Naval attache, a Brazilian diplomat or even as a formal presentation gift for a Brazilian Ambassador

A Marinna Do Brasil military attache would also love to have this official Brazilian tableware and perhaps even Brazil's Navy dinnerware as it includes the soup bowls, fish servers, various sugar bowls and dinner plates and cups.