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Antiques and Collectibles:Pottery and China:Tea Cups & Saucers

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1 Unknown, England. PINK LUSTRE HANDLELESS TEA BOWL & DEEP SIPPING SAUCER.
C. 1800 - 1825. 
Handpainted porcelain (soft paste or bone china) with shades of purplish pink to dark purple. Bowl: a dark, narrow luster band along the outside of the rim below which is a broad band of thin luster wash with darker borders. Below this plain band is another band with an alternating pattern of fronds and apple-like fruit (in orange & red enamel) with green enameled leaves. The apple motif is repeated in the bowl's bottom & a narrow lustre band encircles the interior just below the rim. Saucer: 2 bands at rim below which are broadswags of thin lustre wash with overpainted foliage. The reserves have thin lustre foliage & branches with red enameled dots of fruit dots, repeating the motif in the bottom of the bowl. These dots appear to the naked eye to be a dark purple, but are prove to be red when viewed with magnification. Saucer is 5 5/8 d. x 1 1/4 h. & bowl is 3 1/2 d. across top, 1 7/8 d. across foot, 2 1/2 h.). C. 1800 - 1825. The crudeness in the application of the lustremakes it difficult to distinguish between wear and sloppy painting, so I leave the photos to speak to this issue. The saucer has very fine, barely visible overall crazing. The bowl has scattered spots & a 1/4 l. line of discoloration near the bottom; and some very fine, barely visible crazing under the foot. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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2 Unknown. 19TH C. SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER.

Handleless cup (tea bowl) & saucer with a course-textured red spatter on the interior of the saucer & exterior of the cup. Saucer: 5 1/2 w. Cup: 4 w x 2 3/4 h. Handpainted 4-bud cluster in red & green decorating the well of the saucer & a matching 3-bud cluster in the bottom of the cup. Soft paste. Unmarked. Similar cups & saucers are shown in Figure 56 of the Greasers' Homespun Ceramics amd a child-size in Robackers' Spatterware & Sponge (p.42, top). The saucer has 3 old, stabilized cracks in the wall & staining on the on the underside. The interior walls of the cup have several small impurity spots & some very light crazing in the well of the foot ring. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 48.00 USD
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