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IASH10925

1900 13 A B Jones and Sons Grafton China Trio Blue

£22.50
22.50
  • This does not detract from how lovely this piece is, could still be displayed.
  • Each trio measures approx: Cup: 3 inches (8cm) in height 3 inches (8cm) in diameter
  • Saucer: 5 1/3 inches (13cm) in diameter
  • Side plate: 6 1/3 inches (16cm) in diameter
  • Each trio weighs, unpackaged, 370g
  • Made by A B Jones and Sons Ltd, Grafton Works, Longton, Staffordshire.
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Dispatched & sold by: iAuctionShop Ltd
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Description

Product Description

  • Beautiful trio. Consisting of Cup, Saucer, and side plate. Made by A B Jones and Sons Ltd, Grafton Works, Longton, Staffordshire. Printed mark on the underside, indicates year of manufacture between 1900 and 1913. Pattern not known. White china with pale blue flowers and garlands on the inside and outside of cup, also on saucer and side plate. Is finished to the rims and handle with gilt.

    (There is a total of 12 trios available. However, 2 of the cups have faults. 1 has a small hairline to the rim. 1 has a tiny chip to the rim. Due to these faults, 2 of the trios available will therefore be offered at a reduced price.)

    • Pattern is quite worn in places
    • This does not detract from how lovely this piece is, could still be displayed
    • Each trio measures approx: Cup: 3 inches (8cm) in height 3 inches (8cm) in diameter
    • Saucer: 5 1/3 inches (13cm) in diameter
    • Side plate: 6 1/3 inches (16cm) in diameter
    • Each trio weighs, unpackaged, 370g
    • Dimensions: 3
  • HCODE

    IASH10925

  • MPN

    1807

  • EAN CODE

  • CONDITION

    Used

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