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Chamberlains Worcester Pattern 379 Tea Service c1810

Heading : Chamberlains Worcester tea service
Date : c1805-10
Period : George III
Marks : Pattern number on most pieces. Script mark Chamberlains Worcester beneath both sucrier and teapot covers
Origin : Worcester, England
Colour : Gold, brown and white
Features : Pattern 379. Gold and brown foliate bands

The set is comprised of four teacups, four coffee cups, four saucers. A teapot with stand, creamer, sucrier, slop bowl and tea plate.

Sizes
Teapot : 16.8cm tall, 14.5cm wide and 27.7cm long
Stand : 2.4cm tall, 14.5cm wide and 18cm long
Sucrier : 12cm tall 10.5cm wide and 18.3cm long
Creamer : 11.1cm tall 8.6cm wide and 13.9cm long
Slop Bowl : 7.2cm tall and 16.3cm in diameter
Tea Plate : 2.7cm tall and 21.6cm in diameter
Tea Cups : 6.5cm tall and  8.6
cm in diameter
Coffee Cups : 7.3cm tall and 7.2
cm in diameter
Saucers : 3.4cm tall and 14.4
cm in diameter

 

Condition :

1. A 4mm chip on the rim of the jug,this may be easily restored and te gilding retouched

2. A 78mm harline crack in the sucrier lid only visible from the underside. Te teapot handle has been cracked in two places, one of which has been stapled, the staples themselves have been gilded to disguise them.


Restoration : None
Weight : 4120 grams

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  • Product Code: 2018032011
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  • £800.00


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