Sat, 15th Jan 2022 10:00

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  Lot 38
 

Sold for £190


Lot details

A quantity of late 18th century Caughley 'Salopian' blue and white porcelain teawares, comprising gadrooned teapot and cover, sugar bowl and cover, milk jug, five tea bowls (two with gilded interior banded decoration and three smaller plainer examples), one deep saucer, one shallow, saucer, shaped spoon tray, and a teapot stand, each underlaze blue decorated in the Chinese Temple pattern and heightened in gilt, with scalloped gilded rims, most pieces bearing blue S or S+ for Caughley Salopian mark verso (two tea bowls unmarked, cream jug marked with an X), teapot h.14cm, teapot stand dia.19cm, smallest tea bowls dia..8cm (12 pieces in total)

Condition report

Teapot good.

Sucrier is fully restored, cover good.

Cream jug with hairline to handle.

All with some gilt wear, mostly to rims.

Otherwise good.

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

 

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