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Lot 1031 (Fine Art & Antiques, 23rd March 2019)

Sold for £150


Lot details

*A cased set of six Royal Worcester coffee cups and saucers, each piece on a light blue ground decorated with blueberries and leaves, having gilt handles and interiors, puce mark verso and numbered 22C 2200, date code for 1923, together with an associated set of six silver coffee spoons, maker Henry James Hulbert, London 1928, housed in a gilt tooled green leather case stamped Asprey London to the lid interior

Condition report

Approx 5mm hairline crack to rim of one cup.


Four hairline cracks to one saucer.


Further large crack from rim through pink centre of one saucer.


One saucer with crack from top rim to foot rim.


One saucer with hairline crack from foot rim.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.

 

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