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Sale 525 Lot 112  

Mid- late 19th C. English china, forty-one pieces, assembled set featuring hand-painted designs on cobalt blue ground with gilt scroll motif, white medallions with polychrome floral bouquets, scalloped rim, many with hand-written numbers in rust-red verso, pieces include: teapot with teardrop finial and slightly domed lid, crack near base, 5 1/2" h. x 10 1/2" w.; two square serving plates with cut corners, one marked "3859", one with small blemish, 8 1/4" w. x 1 3/8" h.; one open creamer, 4 7/8" h.; ten demitasse cups, two with chipped rim, three with small cracks/ hairlines, 2 5/8" h.; nine teacups, three with small cracks/ hairlines, 2" h.; nine saucers, four with cracks/ hairlines/ cracks, and one repaired, 5 1/2" diam.; and nine soup bowls with grape and shell motif, six with rust colored and hand-signed number "58x", some with 1/8" hairlines at corners of scalloped edge, one plate with three chips to rim, craquelure of glaze, etc., 10 1/2" diam. x 2" h, all pieces with wear consistent with age and use. [Provenance: Henry Francis DuPont (American, 1880-1969) to his daughter Pauline Louise DuPont Harrison (1918 - 2007), to her descendants including the current consignor.] [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE PACKING MATERIALS]
Estimate $150-300

Sold for US$100


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