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SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS PRINTED MARKS IN BLUE WITH FORM AND PATTERN NUMERALS, MAJORITY IMPRESSED HEREND AND VARIOUS NUMERALS

Lot 331: An extensive Herend Hungarian porcelain manganese-red floral 'Count Apponyi' dinner and breakfast

Christie's

June 28, 2005
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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An extensive Herend Hungarian porcelain manganese-red floral 'Count Apponyi' dinner and breakfast service
SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS PRINTED MARKS IN BLUE WITH FORM AND PATTERN NUMERALS, MAJORITY IMPRESSED HEREND AND VARIOUS NUMERALS
Gilt and decorated with the 'Chinese bouquet raspberry' pattern with a central bouquet of Indianischen Blumen, the relief border in Old Ozier pattern with floral sprays, comprising: a pair of two-handled tureens and covers, 28.5 cm. wide; a pair of bulbous two-handled tureens and covers, 30.5 cm. wide; a two-handled double-lipped sauceboat on fixed stand; three two-handled double-lipped sauceboats; a small single-handled sauceboat; five oval dishes in sizes; a deep square bowl; a square bowl; a circular bowl; six two-handled soup bowls and saucers; twenty-four deep plates, 24.5 cm. diam.; twenty-four dinner plates, 25.5 cm. diam.; twenty-four plates, 22.5 cm. diam; five small oval side dishes, in sizes; a coffee pot and cover; a mocca pot and cover; a hot milk jug and cover; a teapot and cover; three two-handled sugar bowls and covers; a cream jug; a milk jug; six coffee cups and saucers; six mocca cups and saucers; six teacups and saucers; an oval tray with ribbon handles, 40.5 cm. wide; a two-handled circular tray, 32.5 cm. diam.; an oval two-handled basket; a pair of butter dishes and covers; twenty-eight various small plates, 12.5-20.5 cm. diam.; four small deep bowls; four small low bowls; eight egg cups; two pairs of salt and peppers casters; a mustard pot and cover; an ash-tray; a candle stick (in very good condition) (221)

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SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS PRINTED MARKS IN BLUE WITH FORM AND PATTERN NUMERALS, MAJORITY IMPRESSED HEREND AND VARIOUS NUMERALS

Notes

The Chinese bouquet pattern was originally named 'Apponyi Flowers' and was created in 1930 for Albert Count Apponyi.

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