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Very pretty, but not terribly valuable. It's Japanese rather than Chinese and, if purchased in 1952, that's also probably about when it was made as exportware to the West. If there are no origin marks on the base, those would likely have been on foil labels that have been peeled off.
Google "vintage kutani moriage dragonware tea set" and you'll see lots of similar sets together with an idea of what they sell for (or are affered for) via various fleabay listings that come up in the search. Some have 'lithophanes' in the bases... seemingly 3D images (usually portraits of geisha girls) in the translucent porcelain that can be seen if you hold a backlight to the pieces. Those are worth a little more.
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