3 - 5 September 2008
A HUNGARIAN PORCELAIN DINNER AND TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE IN THE 'KAIKOU' PATTERN,
BLUE PRINTED AND IMPRESSED MARKS FOR HEREND, MODERN,
comprising twelve double-handled soup bowls and saucers; thirteen dinner plates; twelve bread and butter plates; twelve salad plates; twelve dessert plates; a soup tureen, cover, ladle, and stand; two platters in two sizes; a double-spouted sauceboat; a salt and pepper server; a teapot and cover; a coffee pot and cover; twelve teacups and saucers; a sugar bowl and cover; a milk jug; and an oval dish; together with six English creamware large shell-shaped dishes and six smaller dishes, each with pale brown printed uppercase circular Wedgwood & Barlastone of Etruria mark; six creamware dessert plates with basket weave rims, five with impressed or incised '2', one with incised 'CB'
The dinner plates 10½in. (26.6cm.) diameter (138)
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Please note this lot contains 12 dinner plates not 13 and the correct count is 1308 not 138.
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