A collection of assorted 19th Century coffee cups, teacups and saucers to include a Barr Worcester saucer decorated with shells and seaweed against a marbled ground, a Flight Barr and Barr griselle coffee cup, a Chamberlain Worcester twin handled cup decorated with hand painted shells, a saucer decorated with an elder and child titled Belisarius and a Chamberlain pedestal cup decorated with a view titled Bothwell and to the base Castle in Clydesdale, various marks, all S/D and/or restored.
Barr saucer has a crude repair to the rim and several faint hairlines.
Belisarius saucer has various cracks and old repairs
Pink BFB can has considerable rubbing to the gilding
White FBB coffee can with griselle landscape has kiln dust pick-up and scratching
White BFB can with shells has considerable rubbing to the gilding.
The cup with hand painted birds and insects has a break to the handle
The Bothwell Chamberlain cup has a crude repair to the tip of the handle
The blue cup with cartouche panels has a bruise to the foot rim.
The FBB twin handled cup has restoration to the rim edge and into the body, crudely completed.