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1st group: 2 teabowls and deep saucers, delicate blue and white swag design at rim, saucers 5" diam, cups 2-1/2"H. Probably Chinese, 18th century. 2nd group: 4 pieces Caughley/Worcester porcelain with crescent mark, dark blue borders with gilt design: can or handled cup with matching saucer, 8" shallow dish and 7-1/4" bowl, English, late 18th to early 19th century. 3rd group: 4 teabowls with saucers, ribbon garland style pattern and floral sprays, solid red band border. Cups: 1-5/8"H, saucers: 5" diameter. 4th group: 4 cans or handled cups and matching saucers with red/blue ribbon border and floral sprigs, orange peel texture. Cups: 2-1/4", saucers: 5" diameter. English or Chinese Export, Late 18th century. Provenance: the estate of Margaret Wemyss Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: 1st group : excellent condition. 2nd group: light wear to gilt. 3rd group: Fleabites and wear to edges. 4th group: wear to gilt. Both groups overall good condition.