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Large grouping of white ironstone, 28 Pieces. Includes 1 teapot, 2 covered sugar of graduated size, 1 two handle gravy tureen and underplate, 1 large creamer, 5 octagonal and oval platters, 1 compote with three paw feet (marked Pankhurst), 1 smaller plain circular footed compote, 1 molded two handled "Our Daily Bread" platter, 1 molded "Where Reason Rules" platter, 2 leaf dishes, 5 elongated shell dishes (3 marked Buffalo pottery), circular lobed bowl with flaring rim, and 6 square scalloped lobed bowls of graduated size (marked Alfred Meakin). Largest platter width 17 3/4", tallest item 9 3/4" height. 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: compote with paw feet having chip to one paw, hairlines underside, larger creamer with chip to rim underside, and "Where Reason Rules" platter having chips to underside of rim. Remaining items in overall very good condition.