London, South Kensington
15 February 2001
A Minton pottery blue and white part dinner service
printed with the 'Chinese Marine' pattern, comprising: a two-handled tureen, two vegetable tureens and covers, two small two-handled sauce tureens covers and stands, four vegetable dishes, six meat dishes in sizes, eighteen dinner plates, eighteen side plates, eighteen dessert plates, printed mark and impressed '10', circa 1835 (one meat dish cracked, some minor staining and chips) (a lot)See illustration
Reputedly bought by the present owner's family in Exeter, circa 1840.
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