A very extensive Victorian blue and white pottery dinner service of country house proportions, circa 1860, printed with various designs of classical urns within arcadian landscapes and with palmette and key pattern borders.
No makers mark other than numbered 'No. 108' to the underside of the majority of the pieces.
Large soup tureen, cover & stand
Pair of sauce/gravy tureens and covers
Pair of circular two handled vegetable tureens and covers on pedestal bases
Two handled Rectangular tureen and cover upon pedestal base
Large turkey plate with gravy well
Graduated set of four rectangular meat plates
Graduated set of three rectangular serving dishes
11 x 26.5cm wide Dinner plates
12 x 23.5cm wide Plates
10 x 20.5cm wide Plates
12 x 17.5cm Plates
6 x 26.5cm wide Soup Plates
Condition is good overall. The soup plates are very stained and there is some staining to some of the larger meat plates. One of the sauce tureens is badly damaged, very feint hairline crack to the soup tureen and the odd chip one or two of the other plates. Handle of soup ladle has an old repair.