A set of six 19th Century Dawson teabowls and saucers each decorated with a red and white transfer print, the saucers stamped Elysian Groups, saucer diameter 12cm, together with a Sunderland lustre 'Industry Produceth Wealth' mug, a 19th Century nursery mug with a young girl and a wolf, in the style of Walter Crane and a Sunderland lustre teacup and saucer decorated with a black and white transfer, S/D. (qty)
Both Sunderland lustre pieces have quite considerable scratching and rubbing. Both cup and saucer have patch staining and kiln pick-up.
The Dawson saucers are all crazed but there are no visible hairlines nor chips.
The God dag Sade has rubbing and is crazed - there are visible kiln marks.
All the Dawson teabowls have hairlines and two have chips.
All are rather tired.