SOLD! for $461.00.
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Four English Imari style porcelain items attributed to Worcester. 1st item: Tea cup and saucer in the rare Fan Pattern, underglaze blue decoration with overglaze polychrome fan and circle designs; underglaze Chinese style marks on undersides, attributed to Worcester, Dr. Wall period. Circa 1770. Cup 2-3/4"H, Saucer 5-3/4" diam. 2nd through 4th items: English Imari style tea service with gilt trim, attributed to Worcester or Minton, with oval shaped teapot, sugar bowl with mask handles, and cream jug, marked 902. Teapot 7"H x 10-1/2"L. Early 19th century. Provenance: the estate of Elsie Seabrook, Tunica, Mississippi. Condition: Tea cup and saucer: scattered fleabites, overall good condition. Tea set: light to moderate wear to gilt trim, repair to teapot spout, small chip to spout, small repaired chip to upper shoulder edge of teapot.