SOLD! for $124.00.
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- High Estimate: $325.00
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Group of assorted lustreware, 20 pieces with applied, painted, molded or sand decoration, including 1 copper lustreware teapot with lid (6" H); 1 footed compote (4" H x 6-1/4" dia); 3 mugs (2-1/4"-3-1/2" H); 2 cups; 1 teabowl; 2 teacups including 1 footed with pink flower petal pattern and 1 with pink spatterware design; 1 teacup/saucer, and 9 various cream pitchers (2-1/2"-6" H). American and English, early 19th to early 20th century. Property of the Birmingham Museum of Art. Condition: Several pieces with condition issues. Teapot with chip on inside of rim and firing flaw to miss interior knob. The largest mug is repaired. Hairline on saucer and chips on edge of teacup, 6 pitchers with breaks: 1 heavily repaired and 1 retaining broken handle with 1/4" of stem missing. Three (3) with handle missing. Detailed condition report available on request.