24 - 25 January 2001
A WORCESTER (FLIGHT, BARR & BARR) BREAKFAST CUP AND SAUCER
En suite with the previous lot; together with a Chamberlain's Worcester coffee-cup and saucer in the same patter with gilt gadrooned rims, and a Flight & Barr orange-ground crested teacup and saucer, brown crowned script mark to the saucer, incised B to both, the crest of a boar's head en grisaille on a red and white striped baton within a gilt wreath, the wide orange band gilt with scattered flowerheads issuing ferns and leaves (6)
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The gadrooned coffee-cup and saucer in this group lot are matched and of similar facture and date but not original to each other, the cup being too small for the saucer and having a more richly moulded gardrooned rim.
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