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English porcelain tea service mid 19th century
puce,
© CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONS, West Columbia, SC, USA

English porcelain tea service mid 19th century puce, cream and gilt pattern, comprising: teapot, H7 3/4" creamer, H6 1/4" wastebowl, H3 1/2" milk...


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