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DA019849

19th Century Cuba Pattern Dinner Service

  • H: 3 cm (1 3/16")
  • W: 46 cm (18 1/8")
  • D: 37 cm (14 9/16")
Victorian hand coloured transfer printed bone china Dinner Service made by John Goodmans of Stoke-on-Trent, circa 1875, in rare 'Cuba' pattern, the transfer printed design with Anglo-Japanese influences, comprising a soup tureen and cover, a pair of vegetable dishes and covers, a sauce tureen and saucer, a large oval comport, a large ashet, three small ashets, eleven dinner plates, eleven fish plates and nine soup plates. Various sizes, dimension shown is the largest Platter.
£1,100.00
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Lorfords approved
Victorian hand coloured transfer printed bone china Dinner Service made by John Goodmans of Stoke-on-Trent, circa 1875, in rare 'Cuba' pattern, the transfer printed design with Anglo-Japanese influences, comprising a soup tureen and cover, a pair of vegetable dishes and covers, a sauce tureen and saucer, a large oval comport, a large ashet, three small ashets, eleven dinner plates, eleven fish plates and nine soup plates. Various sizes, dimension shown is the largest Platter.
  • Materials & Techniques: China
  • Condition: Good
  • Period: 19th Cent
  • Country: England

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