ENGLISH DRAGONS AND COMPARTMENT
Circa 1800 English Coalport Dragons in Compartment three cups and two saucers. We believe that two of the cups were made for the two saucers and the other tea cup was a extra. The previous owner had a label on the bottom of one of the saucers, marked as Chamberlains Worcester Dragon C. 1810. Being a specialist in chinese export porcelain, I am not sure of the maker, but I am quite knowledgeable that this is a very collectible pattern in Fine English Porcelain regardless of the English maker. All five pieces appear to be in good condition, with exception to gilding and the center medallion on one of the cups with much wear caused by use for over 200 years old. No chips or cracks. The saucers rims measure 5 1/4" in diameter. All three matching size cups are a tad over 2 1/2" in height and the top opening measures 3" in diameter.
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