SOLD! for $450.00.
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Grouping of Leeds feather edge pearlware, 8 items total. Includes 2 creamers (one with blue feather edge, other with green), 1 plate with floral and wreath sprig decoration on border (marked Adams), 1 small sauce tureen with retangular underplate, small saucer, retangular platter with blue feather edge and Staffordshire mark underside, large oval platter with green feather edge. Largest platter 18 1/2" width, smallest creamer 6" width. Early 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – green feather edge creamer with glued break to handle, three old hairlines running vertical to rim, blue feather edge creamer with old repair to spout, circular plate with sprig decoration has chip to underside edge, sauce tureen with chips and hairline to edge of lid and underplate with two chips to underside edge, small saucer very good condition, blue feather edge platter overall very good condition, green feather edge platter overall very good condition.