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A PARIS (QUEEN'S FACTORY) PART DINNER-SERVICE
CIRCA 1800, RED STENCILLED CROWNED 'A' MARKS
Sprigged with cornflowers below bands of fuschia entwined with gilt foliage, comprising: two ice-pails and covers; an oval sauce-tureen on fixed stand and two covers; a shell-shaped dish; a Derby dish similar; four shaped square dishes; three circular fluted dishes; twelve large plates; twenty-five small plates
The ice-pails: 9¾ in. (24.8 cm.) high
Provenance
By family tradition, purchased by Lady FitzRoy Somerset in Paris, 1814-18.

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