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Thirty-Two (32) Chinese Export Famille Rose and English porcelain tea items. 1st-24th items: English twenty-four (24) piece partial tea set, each piece with polychrome decoration of figures in a garden landscape setting. Set consists of one (1) teapot, one (1) creamer, one (1) waste bowl, one (1) sugar bowl, and ten (10) cups with ten (10) saucers. Pieces range in size from 2 1/2″ H to 6 1/2″ H x 9 1/4″ W. 19th century. 25th-32nd items: Grouping of eight (8) assembled English and Chinese export porcelain tea items, including one (1) English teapot with figural landscape decoration. The remaining items are Chinese export including one (1) teacup with one (1) matching saucer, four (4) assorted teacups, and one (1) saucer with scalloped edge and enameled decoration. Ranging in size from 1 3/4″ H x 3″ dia. to 7 1/4″ H x 9 1/2″ W. Teapot 19th century, cups and saucers late 18th/early 19th century.
PROVENANCE: The Collection of Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings, Davisboro, Georgia.
CONDITION: 1st-24th items: Saucers: 2 with hairlines to rim, 2 with spider hairlines to base. Teapot with some scattered staining and spider hairlines to base, repair to finial. Creamer with hairline to top handle joint. Both bowls with some light stains and spider hairlines to base; one bowl with wear to glaze. Cups: one with hairline to one side. Three with repairs. 25th-32nd items: Teapot with repair to finial, some craquelure to glaze, most notably to handle. Cup and saucer set with minute wear to glaze, overall good condition. Of the four remaining tea cups, two have hairlines, one with minute fleabites to rim, smallest scalloped cup overall good condition. Enameled saucer with very minute fleabites to the underside of the rim and footring, otherwise overall good condition.