1 - 2 July 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED GERMAN PORCELAIN OUTSIDE DECORATED PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE,
THE TEA WARES AND PLATES WITH CANCELLED BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARKS FOR MEISSEN, MODERN,
comprising twenty-four cups and eleven saucers, and twelve dessert plates; together with a Meissen oblong tureen stand, circa 1770 with blue crossed swords and dot mark, impressed 'R' in the 'Rothschild Bird' pattern, blue crossed swords and dot and impressed 'R'
The dessert plates 7¾in. (19.7cm.) diameter (48)
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Please note the correct piece count for this lot is 47 not 48. There are 23 cups not 24.
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