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Assortment of Teacups and Saucers
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
English, 19th century. A large group of teacups and saucers from various makers: a matching set with Japanese design, each marked Stoke on Trent/Made in/England, an unmarked set with tulip pattern, a matching unmarked set featuring gold bands and transfer print of a ship, a matching set with red demilune and blue and green swag design, a floral lusterware set, a set labeled Rising Sun ?and marked with 362, a single Oriental saucer marked Spode 22/3, a small bowl with gaudy Dutch floral pattern marked with a W, a small scalloped teacup with floral decoration and a pair of saucers with gilding and finely painted floral decoration (17 pieces total); dia. 5.75, ht. 2.5 in (largest).

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
General wear. Loss of gilding to scalloped cup and Spode saucer. 
Sold: $30.00
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