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English Porcelain Cup and Saucer With Family Crest, Ca. 1820

England Ca. 1820

A fine quality single cup and saucer bearing a family crest of a red tongued wolf above a bannerole with the initials WCG (?) Though there is no factory mark both pieces have pattern number 440 on the undersides.

Price

$155

Condition

Light rubbing of the gold mostly on the rim of the cup. There is a barely visible star crack on the underside of the saucer.

Measurements

Cup - 2 3/8" H, 3.25" Diam., Saucer 5.25" Diam

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