5 - 6 September 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR (LOTS 556-574)
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF FRENCH PORCELAIN TEACUPS, SAUCERS, AND CABINET PLATES,
PARIS, VARIOUS MAKERS AND DATES,
comprising a Darte teacup and saucer, orange printed mark on saucer, circa 1800; a Darte cabinet plate printed en grisaille with Deliliah, gold painted mark, circa 1800; a Dagotry low footed bowl, red shaded mark, circa 1800; a Pirkenhammer teacup and saucer, impressed 'F&R' mark, circa 1810-1816; a continental cabinet plate, first half 19th century; a continental saucer; a continental mug, early 19th century
The Darte cabinet plate 9in. (22.8cm.) diameter (10)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that lots 556-573 will be sold not subject to a New York State sales tax.
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