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Three Day Fine Art Sale - July 2011

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An 18th century Sevres tea service, painted by Morris and Evans, comprising an ovoid teapot and cover (theiere calabre), a sugar bowl and cover, carnation finial (pot a sucre hebert), a milk jug, with branch feet (pot a lait a trois pieds) and six teacups and saucers (goblets hebert et soucoupes), each decorated with exotic birds, perched on branches, strutting or in flight, within landscape vignettes within gilt line reserves on a green ground, gilt oeil de perdrix borders, within line reserves entwined with berried laurel, gilt dentil rims, blue interlaced marks, date letter M, painters marks, M and dagger, c.1765  Provenance:  Herzog von Coburg Collection Christie's London, 2nd November 1998, lot 260
sold for £29000.00

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An 18th century Sevres tea service, painted by Morris and Evans, comprising an ovoid teapot and cover (theiere calabre), a sugar bowl and cover, carnation finial (pot a sucre hebert), a milk jug, with branch feet (pot a lait a trois pieds) and six teacups and saucers (goblets hebert et soucoupes), each decorated with exotic birds, perched on branches, strutting or in flight, within landscape vignettes within gilt line reserves on a green ground, gilt oeil de perdrix borders, within line reserves entwined with berried laurel, gilt dentil rims, blue interlaced marks, date letter M, painters marks, M and dagger, c.1765 Provenance: Herzog von Coburg Collection Christie's London, 2nd November 1998, lot 260

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