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An important and rare Louis XV/XVI Transition Sevres porcelain tea-set and tulipwood table; comprising two tea bowls and saucers; a teacup; a circular dish; a sugar bowl and cover

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An important and rare Louis XV/XVI Transition Sevres porcelain tea-set and tulipwood table; comprising two tea bowls and saucers; a teacup; a circular dish; a sugar bowl and cover, a miniature teapot and cover, on a shaped oval tray, decorated with blue cornflowers within gilt bands on a white ground; the shaped stand of conforming outline, on four slightly splayed legs, joined by a concave-sided platform stretcher veneered a quatre faces, 1ft. 6in. wide, 3ft. 7in. high (14)

ID:  86466

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North Wales

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