We always do our utmost best to provide condition reports to the best of our abilities.
We use a gradual system to enable customers to give a fast impression of the condition.
Condition: Perfect = No damages to the Porcelain.
Condition A = Good – Close to perfect (for example some fritting)
Condition B = Good Used (For example 1 chip or 1 hairline)
Condition C = Used: (For example Chips & hairlines)
Condition D = With Restoration
On the product page we give a more detailed condition report.
Rimfrit = The loss of glaze to the rim
Flake = a small piece that is knocked of the rim
Flint = a small piece that is knocked of the rim
Chip = a piece knocked of the rim
Hairline = a small crack running trough the plate.
Base line = Hairline in the base
Baking flaw = a flaw that happened during the production
Crack = Used for a bigger crack than a hairline
Restored = a restoration
Stabelized Hairline = a hairline that is filled to make it stable