New York, East
20 January 1998
A MEISSEN ASSEMBLED BLUE AND WHITE PART SERVICE
19th century, blue crossed swords and other marks
Decorated in the 'Blue Onion' pattern, comprising:
A large globular teapot and cover, 5in. (14cm.) high
A small globular teapot and cover, 4in. (12cm.) high
A hot-milk jug and cover, 8in. (20.3cm.) high
A milk-jug, 5in. (14.6cm.) high
A cream-jug, 4in. (10.2cm.) high
A sugar-bowl and cover, 4in. (12.2cm.) high
A waste-bowl, 6.1/8in. (15.6cm.) diam.
A large shaped oval platter, 21.1/8in. (53.7cm.) wide
A scalloped shallow bowl, 6.7/8in. (17.5cm.) diam.
Three shallow bowls, 7in. (17.8cm.) diam.
Two bread-and-butter plates, 6in. (15.2cm.) diam.
Three side plates, 7in. (19.7cm.) diam.
A dinner plate, 9in. (24.7cm.) diam
A large breakfast cup and saucer
Six teacups and nine saucers;
together with four Meissen fruit bowls, retailer's marks for Davis Collamore & Co., Ltd., New York, the border with green vine and gilt grape clusters (39) (39)
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in addition to the two jugs listed, a medium milk-jug (5in. high) also included.
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