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An important Worcester tea service

Maker:  Maker Unknown




An important Worcester tea service, of the so-called 'Grubbe' pattern, decorated by James Giles with green monochrome landscaped drawn in black, 1771, comprising: Baluster teapot, cover and stand. Sucrier and cover. Spoon tray. Two Saucer dishes. Two bowls, one contemporary Chinese. Nine tea cups. Five large coffee cups. Seven small coffee cups. Eleven saucers and An odd milk jug cover. Marks crossed swords and numeral 9, First Period.

ID:  115072

Currently kept at: Corsham Court



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