16 - 17 December 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED ENGLISH AND FRENCH GILT WHITE, GREY AND PEACH-GROUND PART DESSERT SERVICE,
the gilt white comprising a teapot and cover, a sugar bowl and cover, an oval dish with shell-form handles and ten saucers; the grey- ground, eleven dessert plates and fourteen saucers; the peach-ground, thirteen plates, three shaped circular dishes with cobalt blue decoration, two caudle cups, covers, and stands; six teacups, five coffee cans, twenty-three saucer, a shell-form dish decorated with a hunter in a landscape, a bough pot (lacking cover), and a stand; together with a custard-ground teacup, five saucers, a waste bowl and a rectangular dish; and a yellow- ground teacup and three saucers
The grey-ground plates 9¼in. (23.5cm.) diameter (111)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
PLease note this lot contains five teacups, not six.
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