Wedgwood First Period Bone China Tea Set, England, c. 1820, polychrome enamel decorated with cartouches of Chinese figures to a yellow patterned ground, including a parapet-shaped teapot and cover, lg. 9 1/2, oval teapot stand, lg. 8 1/8, covered sugar bowl, lg. 6 3/4, creamer, ht. 4 in., six coffee cans, and six teacups and saucers; printed marks.
The property of Jeffrey Milkins.
Teapot: Very slight abrasion to gilded rim.
Sugar bowl: 2 1/2 hairline to one side; scattered stain spots to inner rim of bowl and base.
Creamer: 2" rim restoration near spout.
All else in very good condition throughout with no evidence of any cracks, chips or restorations.
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