A GROUP OF EUROPEAN PORCELAIN TEA AND COFFEE WARES | LATE 18TH CENTURY/ EARLY 19TH CENTURY
comprising a Vienna cup and saucer, 1803
painted with a faux bois ground, each reserved with a rectangular grisaille landscape scene each signed 'A. Prand.B.', gilt rims, shield marks in underglaze-bue, impressed date code 803, impressed numeral 46 to cup, 82 to saucer;
a Frankenthal coffee cup and saucer, circa 1775
brightly painted imitating silk brocade, with rich floral garlands and gilded patterns, gilded rims, crowned CT monograms in underglaze-blue, the cup with additional VM(?) monogram to edge of rim, the saucer with gilder's mark 8 over De., incised marks;
a Loosdrecht coffee can and saucer, circa 1774-84
painted with a spray of flowers and small scattered sprigs, gilded rims,
M.O.L. marks in underglaze-blue, incised 'M:OL.' and 'L48' to both;
a pair of Loosdrecht small saucers, circa 1774-84;
painted with a bird perched in a branch, and three small flower sprigs, the gilt-edged rims with a puce foliate band,
M.O.L. over star marks in blue, incised *, partially legible incised marks
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The Vienna cup and saucer:
Some wear to right edge of scene on saucer, wear to gilding on rim of cup.
The Frankenthal cup and saucer:
In good appearance, some minor surface scratching. Some wear to gilding on rim of coffee cup and more minor wear to saucer rim.
The Loosdrecht cup and saucer, some flaking to gilding on rim of cup, a small firing flaw to underside edge of footrim and an associated shallow chip.
The pair of Loosdrecht saucers, each with some flaking to gilding of saucer.
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