14 - 15 June 2016,
Price realised USD 2,250
USD 2,500 - USD 3,500
A SPODE CHINOISERIE PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
CIRCA 1805-1810, IRON-RED UPPERCASE MARK, PATTERN NUMBER 967
Painted in a rich Imari palette enriched in gilt with houses in fenced gardens, comprising: a teapot, cover and stand, a cream-jug, a sugar-bowl and cover, a waste-bowl, a saucer dish, and 8 trios each comprising a teacup, a coffee-cup, and a saucer
10 in. (25.4 cm.) wide, the teapot
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Anonymous sale; Christie’s, New York, 19 May 2004, lot 1376.
Please note that the two plates in the center of the catalogue image are a part of lot 406, not lot 401.
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