(lot of 4) English ceramics, including: (3 piece) Copeland Spode tea set, early 20th c., with Greek inspired cameo relief designs of dancing muses, comprising (one) teapot, 5.75"h, (one) creamer, 3"h, (one) covered sugar bowl, 4.75"h, (1) Staffordshire teapot, in 'The Sower' pattern, c. 1830s, attributed to William Adams, pastoral red transferware scene of a farmer plowing and sowing his fields, crazing, staining, hairlines, approx 7.5"h; 6lbs total **Provenance: Our consignor through her mother by inheritance from the estate of Solomon Alexander Torf (London, California, 1902-1993), antique collector and owner of the House of Props, Beverly Hills, California** Start Price: $50.00
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