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Late Georgian fine bone china tea cups & saucer bowls x 8. Produced in the London style with transfer printed under glazed blue with Chinoiserie decoration and pseudo seal mark to base.

Deep format saucers with continuation pattern.

Style and subject resembles well known Staffordshire porcelain manufacturer Miles Mason (English, 1752-1822), who decorated with the same blue transfer-ware Asian landscape of pagodas, willow and wildlife. Various names were used at the time of manufacture including, two temples II variation Broseley pattern, this pattern is also known as Temple and Garden or Pagoda.

Late Georgian Period, circa 1807-1813.  

One teacup has a fine crack internally running from base to lip, one cup has fine crack to inside running two thirds of the way from lip to base.

A lovely set for display and use during high tea special occasions. These cups and saucers would also be perfect for food related photography.

Cups 9cm diameter exc handles, 6cm tall
Bowl saucers 14cm diameter 

£159.00 including postage to U.K. zone 1 addresses.

For postage costs to addresses outside U.K. zone 1 and overseas postage please enquire prior to placing your order thank you.

The other items shown in our photographs are not included in the sale.

Late Georgian fine bone china tea cups & saucers x 8 London style Chinoiserie

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