5 - 6 October 2004
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A PARIS PORCELAIN PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE,
EARLY 19TH CENTURY,
painted en grisaille with continuous landscapes, comprising a teapot and cover, a milk-jug, a sugar-bowl and cover, six coffee-cans and saucers; together with a similarly painted Paris plate and two others printed by Stone, Coquerel and Le Gros, one in black with a mythological scene, the other in sepia with a landscape
The porcelain 7¼in. (18.5cm.) high (22)
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