Ten pieces of c. 1830s Georgian/early Victorian Staffordshire polychrome porcelain teacups, saucers, and plates. Includes four teacups and saucers and two 8" dessert plates, all in the Garden Tea Party chinoiserie pattern attributed to Hilditch and Son, although the pieces are unmarked. Each cup has two different designs as shown, plus an interior flower. The saucers and plates have a single design. The pieces are in wonderful condition for their age, with the following "issues":, one cup and one saucer each have a small chip on the foot rim; one cup, one saucer, and one plate each have one insignificant firing flaw; several pieces have minor kiln debris.
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EARLY 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN TEACUPS AND PLATES CHINOISERIE listed in:
The Manor House
, The China Barrel