Four Caneware Items, England, late 18th century, three impressed Wedgwood: an encaustic decorated coffee cup and saucer with engine-turned ribbing, saucer dia. 5, rectangular covered vegetable dish with blue meander border to a white-glazed interior, lg. 8 1/2, and blue enamel palmette border above putti at play in relief, below a simulated bamboo border, upper-lower case mark, dia. 7 3/4; and an impressed Turner oval teapot stand with blue enamel trim to an arabesque border, lg. 6 1/4 in.
Cup & Saucer: Slight chip to interior edge of the cup. Very minor enamel loss to rim.
Vegetable dish: Light patches of wear to interior rim.
Bowl: Heavily damaged with old repairs.
Teapot stand: 1/4" chip to back edge of rim. Enamel wear to beaded center medallion.
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