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93/110/1 Tea set, childs, ceramic, maker not recorded, possibly Australia, 1920-1934. Click to enlarge.

Childrens ceramic tea set

Made in Australia, Oceania, 1920-1934.

Child’s tea set, ceramic, maker unknown, [Australia], 1920-1934

The tea set consists of a teapot and cover, a milk jug, sugar bowl, six cups and saucers, six plates and two jugs. Each pieces is white ceramic with a wide gold band of decoration.

Summary

Object No.

93/110/1

Object Statement

Tea set, childs, ceramic, maker not recorded, possibly Australia, 1920-1934

Physical Description

Child's tea set, ceramic, maker unknown, [Australia], 1920-1934

The tea set consists of a teapot and cover, a milk jug, sugar bowl, six cups and saucers, six plates and two jugs. Each pieces is white ceramic with a wide gold band of decoration.

Marks

No marks on any piece

Production

Made

Australia, Oceania 1920-1934

Notes

The maker of the tea set is not known> It is possible that it was made in Australia between about 1920-1934

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs Brownless,1993

Acquisition Date

24 March 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

Childrens ceramic tea set 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 11 December 2019, <https://ma.as/128897>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/128897 |title=Childrens ceramic tea set |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=11 December 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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