An English porcelain tea service Circa 1840
Lot 45
An English porcelain tea service Circa 1840
Sold for £792 (US$ 1,342) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art and Antiques Knowle
23 Nov 2010 11:00 GMT

Auction 18166
Lot Details
An English porcelain tea service
Circa 1840
Comprising a tea pot and cover and stand, a sucrier and cover, a cream jug, slop basin, two side plates, eleven tea cups, twelve coffee cups, and eleven saucers. (qty)
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