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Lot 1722073
Two Bristol Pottery Peace Cups. One commemorating the peace signed at Amiens between England, France, Spain and Holland on March 27, 1802, and the other commemorating the Peace of Europe signed at Paris on May 30, 1814. Together with six transfer decorated handled cups (tallest: 5.25" x 4.75") Taller Bristol Pottery: 4.25" x 4.25"

Condition

Large pece cup: fine condition. Small peace cup: two tiny defects in the glaze on the rim, otheriwse fine. Chinese motif large cup: a chip in the lower edge. Country house motif: three vertical hairline cracks. Sheherds boy motif: numerous chips overall and one long crack. Large Europa motif cup: wear to the glaze at the rim, both interior and exterior. Two yellow cups: a chip at the rim of one, a vertical crack at the rim of the other

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  • 28%

Two Bristol Pottery Peace Cups.

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