An early 19th century porcelain part tea set, probably Miles...

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An early 19th century porcelain part tea set, probably Miles Mason, with gilt decoration, the teapot restored (box) See illustration

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Report by GH

No numbers or marks on the back of any of the items in the lot.

Report by NG

Teapot and cover, 14 cm high:
Cover chipped and with firing cracks. Teapot broken into several pieces, sellotape and glue repaired. Handle cracked.

Jug, 8 cm high:
Heavily crazed and stained. Crack to rim. Base/tip of handle broken off.

Sugar box and cover, 12 cm high:
Heavily crazed and stained. Finial with metal repair and area around finial cracked. Box also cracked.

Slop bowl, 14.5 cm diameter:
Foot-ring rough.

Oval teapot stand, 17 x 14.5 cm:
Impressed M.MASON. Heavily crazed and stained. Two large black areas in production and another hidden in the border.

Two plates, 19 cm diameter - production fault with stray glaze to centre and the other 20 cm diameter - heavily crazed and stained and cracked.

One wavy body cup, 6.5 cm high - body and handle cracked.

Eleven 13.5 cm diameter saucers:
Four cracked, three heavily crazed and stained, one riveted, three others with general wear.

Ten 6 cm high coffee cans, seven cracked, three heavily crazed and stained.

Eleven 5.5 cm high teacups:
One with metal repair to handle, two cracked, others crazed and stained.

Service has been used and signs of wear and rubbing consistent with age and use.

Auction Date:
16th May 19 at 12pm BST
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