SOLD! for $290.00.
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- Low Estimate: $300.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $290.00
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Item 1: Two round polychrome creamware plates with overglaze figural decorations, each depicting a girl in a landscape with puce laurel and dart border, unmarked. -1/4" diameter. Probably Continental, 18th century. Item 2: Creamware cup and saucer with polychrome feather edge decoration in orange, black and yellow, possibly early Spode. Saucer 5-1/2" diameter, cup 2" H. British, late 18th to early 19th century. Item 3: Soft paste porcelain plate with acorn decoration, impressed mark Ridgway. 8" diameter. English, early 19th century. Item 4: Early and unusual Wedgewood polychrome decorated creamware partial dessert service, consisting of a low bowl (8-3/8" diam). with scalloped sides, khaki colored border painted with white flowers and a blue edge, and six matching plates (8" diameter). Impressed mark "Wedgwood" on backs, bowl also has hand numbered painted mark "No. 1200." English, circa 1800. Item 5: Wedgwood creamware plate with polychrome decoration including an aqua-colored rim and the center painted with leaves of various ferns and a butterfly. 9-3/4" diameter. English, late 18th to early 19th century Condition: Item 1: Both cracked with old staple repairs and some wear to decoration, one with chip to edge. Item 2: Edge wear and crazing to both pieces. Item 3: Some wear and minute flakes. Item 4: 1 plate with crazing and some staining to center, others with scattered light staining and wear to borders and edges. Item 5: Scattered small rim chips, 1" hairline crack at rim, overall crazing