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Auction Description for Canterbury:
Viewing Notes:
12th June 10am - 7pm. Morning of sale from 9am.

455 lots

June 13, 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: An 18th Century Chinese "Armorial" porcelain part tea service, enamelled in "Famille Rose" colours with quartered armorials surmounted by an arm holding a sword and worded "Pour Mon Dieu", and also decorated with floral sprays, comprising - spherical

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Description: An 18th Century Chinese "Armorial" porcelain part tea service, enamelled in "Famille Rose" colours with quartered armorials surmounted by an arm holding a sword and worded "Pour Mon Dieu", and also decorated with floral sprays, comprising - spherical teapot and cover with moulded spout and handle, 6.25ins high, cylindrical mug with twin moulded handle, 5.25ins high, four large tea bowls and saucers (cracked), circular bowl, 5.5ins diameter, and small flanged rim bowl, 6.25ins diameter (chipped and cracked) All Illustrated, and a ditto mug and one other cylindrical mug (latter both extensively damaged)

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Lot 2: An 18th Century Chinese porcelain cylindrical mug with flared footrimand moulded dragon-pattern handle, the whole enamelled in bold colours with five figures on a terrace, within scale pattern borders,7.5ins high Illustrated

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Description: An 18th Century Chinese porcelain cylindrical mug with flared footrimand moulded dragon-pattern handle, the whole enamelled in bold colours with five figures on a terrace, within scale pattern borders,7.5ins high Illustrated

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Lot 3: Four 18th Century Chinese porcelain octagonal tea bowls and saucers enamelled in colours and decorated in gilt with deer, fir trees and flowering plants, saucers 4.25ins square, tea bowls 1.75ins high ( chipped)

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Description: Four 18th Century Chinese porcelain octagonal tea bowls and saucers enamelled in colours and decorated in gilt with deer, fir trees and flowering plants, saucers 4.25ins square, tea bowls 1.75ins high ( chipped)

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Lot 4: Eight Chinese blue and white porcelain bowls with wide flanged rims decorated with feather and trellis motifs, 6ins to 6. 5ins diameter and three similar ditto with oval panel and leaf motif, 6.25ins diameter

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Description: Eight Chinese blue and white porcelain bowls with wide flanged rims decorated with feather and trellis motifs, 6ins to 6. 5ins diameter and three similar ditto with oval panel and leaf motif, 6.25ins diameter

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Lot 5: Two Chinese green celadon glazed bowls with reeded exteriors, 4.5ins diameter, and a collection of early Chinese blue and white bowls and saucers, various (most appear to have been excavated or been under the sea, with the surface deteriorated in

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Description: Two Chinese green celadon glazed bowls with reeded exteriors, 4.5ins diameter, and a collection of early Chinese blue and white bowls and saucers, various (most appear to have been excavated or been under the sea, with the surface deteriorated in places)

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