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Lot 7032
(lot of 20) Collection of mostly English assorted tableware consisting of a Liverpool pottery jug, 19th century, possibly by J. Daniel, 7"h, a pair of Ralph Stevenson butter plates, Cobridge Staffordshire, 19th centry; a soft-paste porcelain teabowl and saucer, possibly Minton, Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire, circa 1810-1815, a figural cup in the form of Bacchus, a cylindrical jar, a tea cup and saucer with rose colored accents, paper label on underside reads "New Hall", a Jackfield Pottery pitcher, circa 1760-1775, Factory director: Maurice Thursfield (active 1750-1775), a black tea pot having polychrome decoration, a blue and white saucer and plate, (3) small transferware plates, a transferware lidded coffee pot, (2) cup plates, and a tin enmeled trasferware plate, probably by the factory of Joseph Flower, circa 1760. Property of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sold to Benefit the Acquisitions Fund.

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(lot of 20) Collection of mostly English assorted

Estimate $400 - $600Mar 19, 2017