tea-bowl / saucer
Tea-bowl and saucer; porcelain; hard paste; white decorated in black with two oval reserves on the bowl and one on the saucer; three masted ship watched by two men and dog; reserves outlined in black; both inside rims bordered with black line and dot pattern; bowl has small black sprig in bottom and black line round foot rim.
- Factory in: Staffordshire
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Staffordshire)
- Diameter: 8.7 centimetres (bowl)
- Height: 5.05 centimetres (bowl)
- Diameter: 13.6 centimetres (saucer)
- Height: 3 centimetres (saucer)
Hairline crack to saucer rim; painting rubbed in places.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCT8940
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