Seven French, Continental, English and Chinese Export Porcelain Cabinet Cups and Saucers, Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century, Comprising:
a. French Porcelain Blue and Gold Demitasse Cup and Saucer, Probably Limoges, chased gold rims, axe mark, FRANCE and pattern 280 painted in gold on the cup, and in black enamel on a gold oval on the saucer, painted pattern 280 in black enamel.
b. Continental Porcelain Gold Demitasse Cup and Saucer, finely chased rims, unmarked
c. Vienna Porcelain Cup and Saucer, the cup reserved with an allegorical scene, the saucer with a stylized floral roundel, each surrounded by wide borders of floral cartouches, unmarked. Diameters 3 ½ and 6 ½ inches
d. Meissen Porcelain Blue and Gold Tea or Coffee Cup, molded acanthus leaves, each with crossed swords mark, numeral 64 on the saucer and indecipherable on the cup in underglaze-blue, saucer impressed Y33b and indecipherable numeral
e. Coalport Porcelain Blue and Gold Demitasse Cup and Saucer, 1891-1919, chased gold rims, each printed with a factory mark in underglaze-black, retailer’s mark in underglaze-red MANUFACTURED FOR F & C OSLER, 100 OXFORD ST LONDON, pattern AD 6481 in iron-red enamel. Diameters 1 ¾ and 4 inches
f. Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Pattern 2451 Demitasse Cup and Saucer, 1890-1921, each printed with a factory mark in underglaze-iron-red
g. Chinese Export Porcelain Rose Mandarin Cup and Saucer, Nineteenth Century