13 - 14 December 2007,
Price realised USD 125
USD 400 - USD 900
A GROUP OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN WARES,
comprising a Worcester tray with seven molded spaces fitted with five artichoke-form custard cups and covers (two cups lacking covers); a soft paste coffee pot (lacking cover); a soft paste jug; and two rectangular dishes
The Worcester tray 13in. (33cm.) long (17)
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See Henry Sandon, Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1843, 1978, p. 53, plate 37 for another example of the artichoke-form custard cups on fitted stand.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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