13 - 14 December 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO ENGLISH PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICES,
THE FIRST POSSIBLY SPODE OR DAVENPORT, THE SECOND COALPORT (JOHN ROSE), BOTH CIRCA 1810-1820,
the first with teapot depicting figures in a landscape, comprising a saucer dish, a teapot, cover and stand, a cream jug, a sugar bowl and cover, eight teacups with loop handle, eight coffee cans with loop handle, and eight saucers; the second gilt service comprising a teapot, cover and stand, a cream jug, a sugar bowl and cover, seven teacups with harp handles, four coffee cups with harp handles, and four saucers
The larger teapot 9in. (23cm.) over handle (53)
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