13 - 14 December 2007
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TWO ASSEMBLED DERBY PART DESSERT SERVICES,
THE FIRST WITH PUCE CROWN, CROSSED BATONS AND 'D' MARKS FOR DERBY, THE SECOND WITH IRON-RED CROWN, CROSSED BATONS AND D MARKS, CIRCA 1800,
the first painted with purple trophies on turquoise green border, comprising twelve dessert plates, two shell-shaped plates, and a scalloped oval dish; the second with puce painted flowers comprising twenty-one dessert plates, a two handled rectangular compote, two circular sauce tureens, covers and stands, a large tureen and cover, a deep shaped rectangular bowl, and five platters in two graduated sizes; together with a similar large tureen and cover painted with puce flowers, iron red printed crown over 'D'
The large tureen 10in. (25.3cm.) in diameter (53)
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