London, South Kensington
5 November 2008
TWO WORCESTER LATER-DECORATED FACETED COFFEE-CUPS AND SAUCERS
CIRCA 1770-75, SAUCERS WITH BLUE FRETTED SQUARE SEAL MARKS, CUPS WITH SPURIOUS MARKS
One with entwined handle, painted with alternating royal blue and gilt floral panels, the saucer and interior of cup with flower sprigs; the other with alternating panels of claret and sky-blue, gilt with flower swags (4)
The first: The Property of Lady Corah, Sotheby's London, 20 July 1971, lot 112.
with H.R. Marden King, Alresford, 1971.
The second: The Property of John E. Montagu, Esq., Sotheby's London, 9 April 1963, lot 149.
with H.R. Marden King, Winchester, 1963.
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