10 - 11 June 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SELECTION OF STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE AND CREAMWARE TEA, COFFEE, AND DESSERT WARES,
LATE 18TH EARLY 19TH CENTURY,
a squat pear-shaped teapot, cover, and stand; a spiral-fluted oviform teapot and cover; a teacup and saucer; a crested coffee cup; a sugar-bowl and cover; a pierced sifter spoon; and a group of Wedgwood items including an oval butter tub-on-stand and cover, a lozenge shaped dish, an oval footed bowl, a footed lozenge-shaped dish, all with uppercase marks, a custard cup and cover with printed mark and an unmarked strainer spoon; together with a puzzle jug
The footed lozenge-shaped dish, the largest, 12in. (30.5cm.) long (19)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note this lot does not contain an unmarked strainer spoon as is listed in the catalogue.
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