A assembled group of English ceramics, late 18th/early 19th century
Lot 1600
An assembled group of English ceramics
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An assembled group of English ceramics
late 18th/early 19th century
Comprising a Caughley tea caddy decorated with a flowering jardinière and a chinoiserie landscape, height 4 3/4in; Caughley leaf shaped butter boat in the 'Fisherman' pattern, length 3in; two pearlware cylindrical tea caddies, heights 4 and 5in and a Mason's ironstone plate in the 'Blue Willow' pattern, diameter 8in.
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