Lot 52
  • 52

An assembled Derby porcelain yellow-ground part tea service circa 1780-90

Estimate
12,000 - 18,000 USD
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Description

  • porcelain
each piece reserved in the center with a river landscape within a border of blue-shaded 'pearls', comprising: a shaped oval tray, an oval teapot, cover and stand, a milk jug, a sugar bowl and cover, four teacups and saucers, crowned crossed batons and D mark in puce, impressed letters, gilder's numeral 8. 15 pieces.

Provenance

Part, sold, Sotheby's, London, July 27, 1982, lot 114 (the tray, the teapot, the milk jug the sugar bowl and cover and one teacup and saucer)

Catalogue Note

A similarly decorated yellow-ground cabaret service painted by Zachariah Boreman from the Property of Mrs. Raymond was sold in these rooms, April 6, 1988, lot 69. Other similar examples decorated with the same pattern and painted with landscape scenes include a teacup and saucer sold in Sotheby's London, February 21, 1995, lot 104 and another teacup and saucer sold in these rooms, April 22, 1994, lot 77.
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