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Auction Description for Canterbury:
Viewing Notes:
8th Oct 2pm - 5pm. 9th Oct 10am - 7pm. Morning of sale from 9am.
Sale Notes:
None

442 lots

October 10, 2000

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

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Lot 1: A Meissen porcelain spherical teapot, circular sugar bowl and cover and milk jug, in the 18th Century style, the whole outside decorated in coloured enamels with a stag hunting scene and bold floral sprays,within gilt textured borders, comprising -

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Description: A Meissen porcelain spherical teapot, circular sugar bowl and cover and milk jug, in the 18th Century style, the whole outside decorated in coloured enamels with a stag hunting scene and bold floral sprays,within gilt textured borders, comprising - teapot with flowerhead finial to lid, 6ins high, covered sugar bowl with flowerhead finial, 425ins diameter, and milk jug, 3.75ins high (late 19th Century - cross swords mark in underglaze blue to base, wheel cut across intersection) Illustrated

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Lot 2: Two Meissen porcelain dessert plates with shaped rims, the outsides decorated in coloured enamels with stag hunting scene and floral sprigs, within gilt borders, 8ins diameter (late 19th Century - crossswords mark in underglaze blue to base with

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Description: Two Meissen porcelain dessert plates with shaped rims, the outsides decorated in coloured enamels with stag hunting scene and floral sprigs, within gilt borders, 8ins diameter (late 19th Century - crossswords mark in underglaze blue to base with double wheel cutting at intersection) Illustrated

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Lot 3: Two Meissen porcelain dessert plates with shaped rims, the outside decorated in coloured enamels with stag hunting scene and floral sprigs, within gilt borders, 8ins diameter (late 19th Century - crossswords mark in underglaze blue to base with

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Description: Two Meissen porcelain dessert plates with shaped rims, the outside decorated in coloured enamels with stag hunting scene and floral sprigs, within gilt borders, 8ins diameter (late 19th Century - crossswords mark in underglaze blue to base with double wheel cutting at intersection)

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Lot 4: A Meissen porcelain bulbous two-handled pot-pourri vase and cover in the rococo manner, the pierced domed cover with bold floral encrustedfinial and floral encrusted body surrounding two reserves enamelled in colours with exotic birds and floral

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Description: A Meissen porcelain bulbous two-handled pot-pourri vase and cover in the rococo manner, the pierced domed cover with bold floral encrustedfinial and floral encrusted body surrounding two reserves enamelled in colours with exotic birds and floral sprays, the body supported by two figures of cupids, 13.5ins high (Marcolini period - circa 1800 - cover restored) Illustrated

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Lot 5: A good pair of Meissen porcelain pillar candlesticks representing "Summer" and "Autumn", the rococo pattern columns decorated in turquoise and pink and encrusted with flowers and fruiting vines, each supported by standing naked figures of a young man

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Description: A good pair of Meissen porcelain pillar candlesticks representing "Summer" and "Autumn", the rococo pattern columns decorated in turquoise and pink and encrusted with flowers and fruiting vines, each supported by standing naked figures of a young man and young woman holding a sheath of corn, with putti at their feet, on circular bases, 11.5ins high (circa 1870 - cross swords mark in underglaze blueto base and incised 1190 and 1255) Illustrated

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