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Lot 65097
A One Hundred Thirty-Five Piece Herend Red Dynasty Pattern Porcelain Table Service with Seven Associated Herend Chinoiserie Salt Cellars, 20th century
Marks: HEREND HUNGARY, (HP-logotype), HANDPAINTED; (various)

PROVENANCE:
Christie's, New York, September 3, 2008;
Acquired by the present owner from the above.

The lot comprising:
12 dinner plates (10-7/8 in. dia.);
28 salad plates (8-7/8 in. dia.);
12 bread & butter plates (7-7/8 in. dia.);
12 dessert plates (6-3/4 in dia.);
12 bouillon underplates (7-1/8 in. dia.);
12 saucers (5-1/2 in. dia);
12 bouillon bowls;
12 coffee cups;
1 coffee pot;
1 teapot;
1 covered sugar;
1 creamer;
5 graduated platters (13-1/2 to 17 in. wide);
1 shallow serving bowl (9-1/4 in. dia);
1 soup tureen;
1 vegetable tureen;
2-piece sauce boat and underplate;
1 sauce ladle;
1 double salt;
7 chinoiserie figural salts including one master salt (6-1/4 in. largest);
135 total.

Condition

Light wear to undersides, flower finial to coffee pot with chipping, like flaking to rim of coffee pot and resultant repair with small missing sliver, errant scratches, very light flake to one rose blossom to vegetable tureen, flake to rim extending to underside of one 13-1/2 in. serving platter, some rubbing, light dirt accretions, slight variations to glaze coloring, presenting well with wear commensurate with age and use.

Please note the above condition report does not constitute  comprehensive statement(s) of fact(s), guarantees, or warranties by Heritage. Interested parties are strongly encouraged to view the lot at our 1518 Slocum Street location in Dallas, Texas 75207.

Starting Bid

$2,200.00

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65097: A One Hundred Thirty-Five Piece Herend Red Dynas

Auction ended on Fri, Mar 17, 2017
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Estimate $3,000 - $4,000
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