Lot 1028 (Fine Art & Antiques, 23rd March 2019)
Sold for £1,200
*A cased matched set of Six Royal Worcester porcelain coffee cups and saucers, with three examples being painted with rams within a landscape, two cups and saucers signed Jas. Stinton, the remaining examples signed E. Barker, with two cups and saucers painted with cock and hen pheasant amidst landscape, signed Jas. Stinton, and one other example with Highland cattle within a landscape, signed H. Stinton, each with puce mark verso, circa 1920; together with a set of six Victorian silver coffee spoons by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1890, housed in a fitted blue leather clad case bearing a label for Asprey of London
Case - heavily damaged and with splits to back corners, very worn.
One saucer with two scratches verso.
One cup with two tiny rim frits, possibly done in the making as gilded.
Some minor scuffing to gilding on saucers.
All grubby and requires a gentle clean.
Silver spoons good.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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