London, South Kensington
20 September 2000
A PART PORCELAIN AND GLASS DINNER SERVICE
DESIGNED BY JEAN LUCE, CIRCA 1930
decorated with silver-enamel square borders in relief, comprising 11 bouillons and saucers, 11 cups and 12 saucers, 12 side plates, 16 dessert plates, 16 glass plates, 12 dinner plates, 10 platinum border plates with 'B' monogram and 2 similar of larger size, all porcelain pieces marked 'Jean Luce Paris France' with maker's monogram, all glass pieces marked 'Tchécoslovaquie' (chips)
largest plate 11in. (28cm.) diam.
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