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SALE ITEM was $25.00

Red outlines on creamy bone china with colour added in rapid brushstrokes of green, blue and magenta give this trio a nice hand-made quality. The rounded cup has a pedestal base and sits snugly in a bowl-shaped saucer. The decoration has a rather slapdash charm to it. By the 1820s bone-china teaware was being made by many small English potteries for sale at more modest prices for everyday domestic use. Often the Chinoiserie decoration was added as a printed outline, with further colour brushed on by semi-skilled craftsmen learning the trade. For the Collector’s cabinet.

Maker & Mark: Unmarked

Pattern name or number: “Birdseller and Pagoda”

Approximate Date or period: Mid-19th Century

Condition: Used and loved, but good for age

Cup: Height = 2.4”/6cm ~ Diameter = 3.5”/9cm
Saucer: Diameter = 5.5”/14cm
Plate: Diameter = 6”/15cm



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SALE ITEM: Charming Victorian 'Chinese-style' Tea Trio with hand-painted details

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