13 - 14 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED ENGLISH IMARI PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE,
IRON-RED CROWNED CROSSED BATONS AND D MARK, AND GOTHIC CROWNED 'D' MARKS FOR DERBY TO SOME, CIRCA 1820,
comprising a teapot and cover, a cream-jug, a sugar-bowl (lacking cover), two teapot stands, two waste bowls, two cake plates, two cookie plates, four saucer dishes, nine teacups, eighteen coffee-cans, and nineteen saucers; together with a similar sugar-bowl cover
The teapot 10in. (25.3cm.) long (62)
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Please note that there are only seventeen coffee cans in this lot. The correct number of pieces in this lot is seventeen.
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