5 - 6 September 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO FRENCH PORCELAIN PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICES,
MODERN, THE FIRST BLUE PRINTED MARK FOR A. RAYNAUD & CO., THE SECOND GREEN PRINTED MARK FOR G.D.A.,
the first in the Morning Glory pattern comprising six bread and butter plates, eight teacups and seven saucers, a teapot and cover, two coffee cups and seven saucers, a coffee pot and cover, a sugar bowl and cover, a milk jug, two two-handled bowls and saucers, and a side plate; the second four teacups and six saucers, a teapot and cover, three coffee cups and saucers, a milk jug, a sugar bowl and cover, a circular serving plate, two bread and butter plates, and two small dishes
The A. Raynaud bread and butter plates 7½in. (19cm.) diameter
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