13 - 14 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED IRISH BELLEEK PORCELAIN SHELL-MOLDED TETE-A-TETE,
BLACK PRINTED DOG AND IRISH HARP MARK FOR BELLEEK, CIRCA 1863-91,
comprising a teapot and cover, a cream jug, a sugar bowl (cover lacking), a teacup and saucer, and a tray; together with an Irish Belleek cup, 19th century and a similar shell molded teacup, probably Irish Belleek, mark effaced
The tray 14in. (35.5cm.) wide (9)
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Please note the teapot cover is possibly associated.
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