16 - 17 December 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED ENGLISH PORCELAIN 'IMARI' PART DESSERT SERVICE,
MID 19TH CENTURY,
comprising in the 'thumb and finger pattern' a lozenge-shaped dish, a shell-shaped dish, an oval teapot stand, three plates, six coffee cans, four teacups, six saucers, and a milk jug, all Coalport; three plates, Chamberlains Worcester; and in a similar pattern two oval dishes, two dessert plates, another plate, a waste bowl and two saucers; together with a Coalport saucer in the 'Japanese fan' pattern
The plates 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter (36)
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Please note there are five coffee cans, not six. The piece count is thirty-four not thirty-six.
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