28 - 29 July 2015
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ASSEMBLED HUNGARIAN PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE,
BLUE PRINTED MARK FOR HEREND, 20TH CENTURY,
each piece in the 'Meissen' taste painted with insects, fruit and foliate clusters within ozier molded borders, comprising a teapot and cover, a creamer, a sugar bow and cover, two graduated circular bowls, a circular platter, four oval dishes, six plates, and seven teacups and eight saucers
The largest bowl 10 ½in. (27cm.) diameter
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