A collection of 18th century English porcelain
Lot 408
A collection of 18th century English porcelain
AU$ 400 - 800
US$ 380 - 750
Lot Details
A collection of 18th century English porcelain
comprising a Spode trio with orange flowers on gilt, pattern 984; a teapot and tea cup and coffee cup in similar colours (6)
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