13 - 14 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ENGLISH IMARI IRONSTONE CHINOISERIE PART DINNER SERVICE,
IMPRESSED MARK FOR MASON'S, CIRCA 1813-25,
decorated with lotus and pomegranate comprising five side plate, seven soup plates, twenty-five dinner plates, a hexagonal dish, a hexagonal sauce tureen, cover and stand, sauceboat and stand, two oval sauce tureen stands, a large oblong platter, a small octagonal platter, a hexagonal tureen cover, and six ice cream bowls; together with a similar dinner plate, red printed mark for Mason's Ironstone, 19th century
The large platter 18in. (46cm.) long (57)
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Please note that this lot contains an additional hexagonal tureen and cover. The correct number of pieces in this lot is fifty-seven. The correct estimate is $3,500-5,500.
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