SOLD! for $1,664.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $1,200.00
- High Estimate: $1,400.00
- Realized: $1,664.00
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Large grouping of twenty-five (25) Royal Crown Derby porcelain in the Imari pattern. Consisting of a five (5) -piece buffet set including a center covered pedestal bowl flanked by four covered crescent shaped serving dishes, three (3) individual covered tureens including one with brass handle to top, seven (7) dinner plates, two (2) shaped bon bon trays, one (1) oval serving platter, one (1) small oval serving platter, one (1) coffee cup with saucer, two (2) dessert plates, and two (2) large shallow bowls or saucers. Several pieces with cobalt floral vine decoration to the undersides of the rims, some pieces with "Atlanta Antiques Exchange" labels to the undersides. Crescent shaped serving dishes measure 14" L x 5 1/4" H. Pedestal serving bowl measures 9" H. Small tureens measures 5" H x 7" L. Plates range in size from 5 3/4" dia. to 10 1/4" dia. All bearing a red maker's mark dating between 1806-1825, with the exception of one small lidded tureen and one small shaped-rim serving plate which date between 1784-1825. CONDITION: All pieces with overall use wear and losses, especially to gilt decoration. Two small lidded urns with hairlines to lid and minor loss to one; the small urn with metal lid handle has a chip to base rim. Large round tureen with chip to base rim. Few minor chips to rims of small dishes and plates.