5 May 2004
(28) An assembled porcelain blue and white ribbed 'Immortelle' chocolate service
LATE 18TH CENTURY, ALL VARIOUSLY MARKED FOR MEISSEN, HÖCHST, FRANKENTHAL, ILMENAU, LIMBACH OR RAUENSTEIN IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE
Comprising: two wooden-handled cylindrical chocolate pots and covers, 18.5 and 15 cm. high; a bullet-shaped teapot and a cover, 13 cm. high; a hot milk jug and cover, 13.5 cm. high; ten cups with loop handle; ten saucers (28)
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'' ! '' :This Lot is imported from outside the EU. The Buyer's Premium is calculated as 30.505% of the hammer price up to a value of €110,000 plus 19.2% of any amount in excess of €110,000.
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