28 November 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF ENGLISH DESSERT WARES AND CONTINENTAL SERVING WARES,
Comprising: four underglaze blue decorated Coalport teacups each with ear-form handle on pedestal foot and five saucers, transfer-printed marks on underside; six English teacups (one with broken handle) and saucers, a pitcher and basin; a pair of English blue-ground and gilt sweetmeat dishes each of circular form with shaped rims and leaf-form handle on raised pedestal foot; four Meissen-style small dishes with reticulated borders, bearing blue crossed swords mark; a Sevres-style small cache pot of square tapering form, bearing blue interlacing L's mark; together with a pair of yellow-ground and gilt shell-form sweetmeat dishes, green-printed mark of Mottehedeh, and a white ground reticulated basket-form dish on pedestal foot
The basket-form dish 11¼in. (28.6cm.) diameter (15)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that this lot contains 5, not 4 Coalport teacups and the count should read 34, not 15 pieces.
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