SOLD! for $644.00.
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Eighteen pieces assorted Chinese Export porcelain in the blue and white "Fitzhugh" pattern. Includes 1 oval tray with feather edge design, 8 handled cups or cans, 3 saucers, 1 small plate, 1 oval dish, 2 soup plates, 1 low bowl, and 1 sauceboat with braided handle. Tray measures 14" x 18". Chinese, late 18th century. Provenance: the estate of Margaret Wemyss Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Significant cracking to tray. Cups: 1 with 1" crack, all with losses to gilt. Saucers: very good condition. Oval plate has cracks with old stapled repairs. Low bowl has 2 large cracks and several chips. Both Soup plates have 2" hairlines and fleabites to rims. Sauceboat has several cracks and repairs.