London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
A Caughley octagonal teapot stand
painted in underglaze blue and gilt with a butterfly within a gilt roundel, the blue ground rim issuing gilt swags of flowers and foliage, blue 'S' mark, circa 1790 -- 14cm. diam.; a Newhall shaped oval teapot stand, painted in colours with a spray of flowers and lesser sprigs -- 19cm. diam.; six various English porcelain teapot stands; a pen tray; a rectangular plaque painted with flowers; and various other English porcelain teawares, various dates 19th century(a lot)
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