Here is the majority of a tea service in pattern 432, with teapot and stand, creamer, sugar, waste bowl, four saucers, five straight-sided coffee cups and six teacups. The pattern, which features bands of oak leaves and acorns, is a simple and distinguished one. It is described in the surviving factory records as “brown and gold wreath border.” One teacup has a rim chip and one has a tiny hairline on the handle. The creamer has a vertical hairline, and the sugar possibly has one handle reglued; one coffee cup has been broken in pieces and reglued. Basically there are three trios plus one cup. There is noticeable gilt wear on many of the pieces.

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Bone China, Ceramics, Decorative, Porcelain
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C.1805 Chamberlain Worcester Tea Service


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