5 - 6 September 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A CZECH PORCELAIN PART DINNER SERVICE,
BLUE PRINTED MARKS FOR HEREND, MODERN,
in the Queen Victoria pattern, comprising eight soup plates; eight dinner plates; twelve side plates; fourteen salad plates; two oval platters of graduated sizes; a circular tureen, cover, and stand; an oval tureen and cover; a vegetable dish and cover; a double-spouted sauceboat; a two handled tray; four teacups and saucers; four coffee cups and saucers; a teapot and cover; a coffee pot and cover; a milk jug; two oval baskets; a small oval dish; and a cover; together with two Herend mocha cups and saucers in the Rothchild Bird pattern
The dinner plates 10¼in. (26cm.) diameter (90)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note this service is Hungarian, not Czech and the piece count is 82 not 90 as is listed in the catalogue.
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