28 November 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN PART DESSERT SERVICE,
MOST WITH FAINTLY IMPRESSED REGISTRY MARKS AND IRON-RED PATTERN NOS.3837, LATE 19TH CENTURY,
each piece painted at the center with a loose bouquet within interlaced gilt and blue-edged ribbon borders, comprising: twelve dessert plates, three footed circular dishes; two footed oval dishes, a footed shaped rectangular dish
The oval dish 11¼in. (28.5cm.) long (17)
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