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ENGLISH PORCELAIN BOTANICAL PART DESSERT
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ENGLISH PORCELAIN BOTANICAL PART DESSERT SERVICE With underglaze iron red 9171, comprising six - 9 1/2 in. plates; one - 7 1/4 in. high stemmed compote;...

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