SOLD! for $360.00.
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Early English porcelain grouping including a pearlware tea caddy and a teapot and sugar in historical brown pattern with blue highlights. 1st item – Pearl ware lobed diamond shaped tea caddy with cobalt sprig border on rim and edge of top, seated robed figure finial. 5 5/8" height. Circa 1800. 2nd item – Historical brown pattern Staffordshire teapot with dark blue painted accented handle, finial, spout, and scalloped rim. Marked on bottom, "Stone China". 5 5/8" height. Second quarter of 19th century. 3rd item – Historical brown pattern Staffordshire sugar with dark blue painted accented handles, finial, and scalloped rim. Marked on bottom, "Stone China". 5 1/4" height. Second quarter of 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st item – old repair to underside of lid edge at two locations, largest is 1 1/2" length x 1/4" width. 2nd item – old repaired crack running through the base up to the underside of rim. 3rd item – minor hairline to interior near one corner.