15th May, 2019 10:00

Country House and Asian Art Auction

  Lot 28

A Coalport style ornithological tea service

A Coalport-style porcelain partial tea service
mid-19th century, decorated in gilt and with polychrome vignettes of fancy birds in the manner of John Randall, the service comprising eight teacups, four saucers, one sideplate, a cake-plate and a teapot and cover, unmarked (17)

Sold for £55

Condition Report
Teapot is crazed throughout and with damage to the tip of the spout. Two teacups crazed, one teacup is missing its handle, one teacup with chip to the rim. One saucer badly cracked. Cakeplate been in two pieces and with riveted repair.

Throughout - some light rubbing and wear to the painted decoration, mostly to the saucers.

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