An early 19th century, part childs’ teaservice, lightly potted in pearlware and decorated in pratt colours. This comprises a teapot and cover, 5 teabowls and 3 saucers. Each piece is naively painted with a basket of flowers, in a typical prattware palette. Unfortunately all of the pieces, except for the teapot, have faults and these should all be visible in the various images. Also, since taking the photo one of the teabowls has been broken so now there are only 4. The price has been reduced accordingly.
Dimensions: The teapot is 10cm. high by 13cm. wide. Each saucer is approximately 9.5cm. diameter and the teabowls are 6.2cm. diameter by 3.7cm. high.
Condition: The teapot is perfect.
Saucers: One with 2 very minor hairlines. One with 1cm. hairline. One with two very short hairlines close together.
The teabowls: One with hairline to rim and chip to foot. One with hairline and chip to rim and chip to foot. One with hairline to rim. One with chip to rim and chip to foot. One with two hairlines and chip to rim.
English: Date c.1810.
Price includes postage within the U.K. Shipping to the U.S.A. add £40.Western Europe add £20.
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