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Lot 51
An English porcelain part dessert service Circa 1830
Sold for £204 (US$ 346) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Knowle
15 Jan 2008 11:00 GMT

Auction 16278
Lot Details
An English porcelain part dessert service
Circa 1830
Probably Coalport, painted with flowers within an apple green border, comprising: two circular dishes, three square dishes, and nine plates, together with a small quantity of Wedgwood pearlware blue and white plates. (qty)

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