London, South Kensington
30 November 2000
A Coalport dark-blue-ground part dessert service
painted by Frederick Chivers with fruit on beds of earth within gilt cartouches, signed, the borders gilt with scrolling foliage issuing from stylised vases, within gilt line rim, comprising: two two-handled shaped oval dishes, two two-handled shaped square dishes, two two-handled shaped circular dishes, and twelve plates, printed green and impressed marks, early 20th century (one oval dish cracked, some rubbing to gilding and surface scratches)See illustration (18)
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Please note that one of the square dishes has a hairline crack.
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