13 - 14 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ENGLISH APRICOT-GROUND PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE AND AN ENGLISH DOLPHIN-FOOTED ICE PAIL,
THE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE PROBABLY COALPORT, THE ICE PAIL ALMOST CERTAINLY CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER, BOTH CIRCA 1815-1820,
the serivce comprising a teapot, cover and stand, a sugar bowl and cover, a wastebowl, two cake plates, ten teacups, seven coffee cans, and seven saucers; the ice pail (lacking cover and liner)
The ice pail 8½in. (21.5cm.) high (33)
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