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Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780

£175.00

Antique early Worcester porcelain "Bandstand" pattern coffee can/cup and saucer.
Both pieces carry the marks where the numerals 1 to 9 are printed disguised as oriental characters which was used c1780-1790 - the cup has a "3", the saucer "7".

The cup measures 5.5 cm (2.25") in diameter by 6.5 cm (2.5") tall. The saucer has a diameter of 12 cm (4.75").
All measurements are approximate.

Both pieces are in very good condition, with no chips or cracks.
The printed design is crisp and well defined.
The gilt trim is worn/rubbed to both the lip of the cup and the edge of the saucer.

Please see photos as these form an important part of the description.

 


Item: 13C021 -

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Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 3C021aAntique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 3C021bAntique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 backstampAntique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 cup baseAntique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 saucer

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Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 3C021a
Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 3C021b
Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 backstamp
Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 cup base
Antique early Worcester "Bandstand" pattern, c1780 saucer
Region Price Type
UK freeSpecial delivery next day
EU £7.86 International signed for
Rest of europe £6.55 International signed for
Rest of world zone 1 - read more... £9.05 International signed for
Rest of world zone 2 - read more... £9.45 International signed for

Contact Details

Simon and Helen Main
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York
North Yorkshire
01904 411444
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