Here is an unmarked cup and saucer that was probably made by Anthony Keeling’s factory. It is pleasantly decorated with colorful leaves in blue, along with red roses with green leaves enclosed within gilt wreaths. The shape is complex, with each piece having 24 flutes angling outward along a spiral path. It’s a simple design but it has an impressive impact. This offering is for one cup and two matching saucers. They came to me together and I don’t feel it’s up to me to separate them, after they’ve been together for 225 years. The saucers are five and a quarter inches across. One is near perfect, the other has some gilt wear on the rim, and the teabowl likewise has some rim wear, but on all pieces the design is in wonderful condition, even the gilt sprig inside the cup, which usually suffers a lot of wear.
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Keeling Teabowl & Saucer with Gilt Wreaths and Swags C1800
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