CIVIL WAR PERIOD IRONSTONE TEA SET

$295.00

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Item Code: 179-719

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Ironstone is a sedimentary rock used in the early part of the 19th century in British and American manufacture of ceramic objects. “Ironstone” china of Staffordshire and American manufacture consists of a fine white,  high-fired vitreous semi-porcelain, commonly used for heavy duty dinner ware in the early to mid-19th century. The “iron” quality is in its resistance to chipping.

This elegant antique tea set consists of the following with gold dore detail painting:

1. Large white teapot with beautiful shape and form. Measures approx. 9” x 10”. Excellent condition.

2. White porcelain creamer measures 5 ½” x 4 ½”. Excellent condition.

3. Nine white porcelain tea cups 3 ¼” x 2 5/8”. All in excellent condition.

4. Twelve white/off-white porcelain plates. Minor wear to gold paint. Measure 5 ¾”. All in very good condition.

5. Three small white porcelain plates, 3 7/8” x 5/8”. All in excellent condition.

6.  Twelve white/off-white porcelain plates, 7” x ¾” in excellent condition.

7. Large white porcelain sugar dish with beautiful shape and form. Measures approx. 7 ¾” x 6”. Excellent condition.

8. Large white porcelain plate w/scroll design. 8 3/8” x 1”, in excellent condition.   [ws]

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