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Seven Pieces of English Ceramics, a Copeland drabware jug, a blue and white tea caddy, a two-tier stand, a flow blue sugar and pitcher, a Wedgwood blue jasper Portland jug, and a floral-decorated pitcher.
Portland jug is 7 1/2" high, with a firing crack under one handle joint, hairlines to the relief, scattered scuffs, and blue residue affixed to a few leaves in relief, and marked just Wedgwood, the tea caddy is with a small hairline to the rim, hairline to the handle of the creamware jug, relief cracks to the Copeland jug, flow blue sugar with repair to finial, rim chips, and allover crazing, Mintons pitcher with rim chips and hairlines, and the stand is with a large hairline to one plate.
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