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A pair of translucent dipped lilac and white jasper tea-bowls and saucers

Maker:  Wedgwood

Description: 

Wedgwood: A pair of translucent dipped lilac and white jasper tea-bowls and saucers, one of the bowls ornamented with "The Young Seamstresses", the other with putti at play, by Lady Templetown both with a band of engine-turned stripes at the foot and lapidary polished, the saucers with radiating engine-turned stripes and a ring of stiff-leaf ornament. Bowls 7.5 cms diam. Saucers 13 cms.

ID:  9401

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