14 - 15 February 2001
A GROUP OF WORCESTER TEA AND COFFEE WARES
Two Derby blue-ground coffee-cans and saucers, the wide border reserved and enriched in gilt with a band of trefoil leaves and gilt lilies within gilt bands, the well with a band of trailing vine
A Minton blue-ground waste bowl, the border reserved and enriched in gilt, iron-red and green with a vine of trailing clover on a wide blue band edged with gilt lines, 6in. (15.3cm.) diam.
A Flight and Barr waste bowl, the interior with a wide band of paired gilt and iron-red blossoms between gilt bands and a further band gilt trailing vine, 6¼in. (15.9cm.) diam.
A Flight and Barr gilt-white saucer, the center gilt with flower sprays, the border with trailing berried vine between gilt band, 63/8in. (16.2cm.) diam.
A Flight & Barr hexagonal fluted teapot stand and saucer decorated in underglaze blue and gilt with scattered flower sprays, the center with a gilt dentil medallion enclosing a similar spray, gilt dentil rims, 6in. (15.2cm.) wide, the stand; 5in. (12.7cm.) diam., the saucer
A Flight & Barr fluted teapot stand painted in blue and enriched in gilt with trailing vines, the fluted border with a berried band beneath the gilt line rim and above a blue border edged in gilt, 61/8in. (15.6cm.) long
A pair of Chamberlain's coffee-cans and saucers, the border with oval panels of iron-red and yellow flowers with green and turquoise leaves reserved on the cobalt ground gilt with trailing vine and enclosed between beaded bands and concentric gilt-lines (14)
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