London, South Kensington
7 October 2009
'HEAT AND DUST' (1983)
AN ENGLISH EARTHENWARE PART TEA AND COFFEE-SERVICE
FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY, BLACK PRINTED SOHO POTTERY MARKS AND IMPORTER'S MARK OF A.R. SAYEED & SON, HYDERABAD
Decorated with a green enamel border gilt with a medallion and the inscription Nawab Ahmeduddin Khan, gilt foliate apron, comprising; eleven teacups and twelve saucers, eleven coffee cups and twelve saucers, twelve soup plates, eleven tea/side plates, eleven luncheon plates and twelve dinner plates
Nawab Amhed Ud-din Khan.
The Merchant Ivory Production 'Heat and Dust' (1983).
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