11 April 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF TRANSITIONAL CERAMIC ART COMPANY/LENOX AND LENOX/BELLEEK SILVER-OVERLAY WARES
CIRCA 1896-1924, CAC MONOGRAM AND WREATH MARKS AND SCRIPT L AND PALETTE MARKS, THE PIERCED SILVER CUPS WITH IMPRESSED WREATH, ANCHOR MARK AND 3, DYMOTAPE NO. 152 TO THE BREAKFAST SET, THE CREAM JUG WITH GOLD 'SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE' STICKER
COMPRISING: A BREAKFAST SET MADE OF A COVERED CREAM-JUG AND A PORRIDGE BOWL AND COVER; A BUD VASE; A CREAM-JUG; A TWO-HANDLED SUGAR-BOWL AND COVER; FOUR CUPS AND SAUCERS; AND TWO SILVER CUP-STANDS WITH PORCELAIN LINERS; TOGETHER WITH SIX SILVER CUPS-STANDS AND SAUCERS WITH LENOX PORCELAIN LINERS, CIRCA 1913, THE PORCELAIN WITH GREEN-PRINTED SCRIPT L AND WREATH MARKS, THE SILVER STAMPED BAILEY, BANKS & BIDDLE CO. AND WITH LION CYPHER
6 1/8 IN. (15.5 CM.) HIGH, THE BUD VASE (38)
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RICHARD E. MORIN, LENOX COLLECTIBLES, TULSA, 1993, P. 66 (THE BREAKFAST SET)
SEE R.E. MORIN, OP CIT., P. 66 FOR AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE BREAKFAST SET IN SITU AT THE LENOX SHOWROOMS.
This lot is offered without reserve.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LOT DOES NOT INCLUDE A CREAM JUG AND THE COUNT SHOULD READ (37).
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