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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS Thursday 3rd October Friday 4th October Saturday 5th October 2019


FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS To be held at: Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 1YZ

THURSDAY 3RD OCTOBER 10.00AM FRIDAY 4TH OCTOBER 10.00AM SATURDAY 5TH OCTOBER 10.00AM Viewing Tuesday 1st October - 10.00am to 5.00pm Wednesday 2nd October - 10.00am to 7.00pm

Day of the Sale The auction is scheduled to start at 10.00am. Bids will only be accepted from registered bidders. Please ensure you obtain a paddle number on arrival. You will need to be registered before the sale.

Live internet bidding is available on www.the-saleroom.com, www.invaluable.com, and www.easyliveauction.com together with fully illustrated catalogue. Catalogue £10.00 (£12.00 by post)

Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd (Collection Address) Davies House, Davies Road, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 1YZ NB. Please telephone to arrange collection. Telephone: 01386 244224 Email: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com Website: www.kinghamandorme.com


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MAP AND DIRECTIONS Our auction site is based in the market town of Evesham just north of the Cotswolds. By Car We are centrally located in reach of motorways the M5, M4, M40, M42, a short way from the A44

By Rail Evesham’s train station is less than two miles from the auction site

By Plane The nearest International Airports are Birmingham, 45 miles and Heathrow, 90 miles

DELIVERY SERVICES FOR BUYERS For Furniture: Stephen Morris Shipping PLC, 9 Ockham Drive Greenford, London, UB6 0FD Tel: 02088 322222 For Paintings: Aardvark Art Services Ltd Telephone: 01253 794673 Email: info@aardvarkartservices.com For Small Items: Mailboxes, Cheltenham Branch Tel: 01242 530130 Email: info@mbecheltenham.co.uk We also offer an in-house packing service for small items. Please call 01386 244224 for a quotation.


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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR BUYERS Please see full Terms and Conditions at the back of this catalogue.

Buying at Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd:

Buyer’s Premium

There are several ways you can bid at our auctions; in person, by leaving a commission bid, on the telephone and live via the internet.

There is a buyer’s premium of 20% plus VAT on the first £200,000 of the hammer price of each lot. 15% plus VAT on the excess of £200,001 and up to £1,000,000 of the hammer price of each lot, and 12% plus VAT on the excess of £1,000,001 of the hammer price of each lot.

Bidding in Person It is essential that all prospective buyers register with us prior to the auction. Proof of identification will be required in order for a bidding number to be allocated which can then be used when bidding for an item.

Commission Bids Kingham & Orme will execute bids if you are unable to attend the sale. Bids can be left with our staff afterer/during viewing, or in advance by telephone or e-mail: enquiries@kinghamandorme.com

Telephone Bids Lines should be booked by 5pm the day before the auction begins. Lines are booked on a first come first served basis. Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity. Banl and/or credit/debit card details are necessary to secure the line.

Live Internet Bidding Register online via the saleroom.com, invaluable.com and easyliveauctions.com. Various charges apply, please check with your bidding platform.

Condition Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports are available on request. (no later that 48 hours before the sale).

Payment Must be made in full before items can be removed from the premises. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot handover purchase until payment has been cleared. Payment Methods - We accept payment by: • Cash - up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). • Cheques - following 5 working days clearance. • Debit/Credit Cards - American Express or Diners Club not accepted. We accept maxiumum payments of £500 on credit card. • Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, 32 Bridge St., Evesham, WR11 4RU Account No.: 51655345 Account Name: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd Sort Code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payments.


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CONTENTS DAY 1 Silver and Plate:

1-115

Jewellery and Watches:

116-176

Coins and Medals:

177-217

Furniture:

218-257

Clocks:

258-269

Pictures:

270-361

Wine

362-380

[Shennan Collection of Mustard Pots - Part I] DAY 2 Oriental Ceramics:

381-438

Oriental Works of Art:

439-500

Works of Art and Lighting:

501-594

Metalware:

595-627

Militaria

628-660

Glass:

661-745

Advertising:

746-819

Doulton and Beswick Character Jugs and Figures:

820-944

Continental Ceramics:

945-1030

DAY 3 Moorcroft:

1031-1173

Art Pottery and Doulton Lambeth:

1174-1398

Studio Pottery:

1399-1433

British Ceramics:

1434-1582


DAY ONE Thursday 3rd October


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SILVER AND PLATE

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1 1. A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks, circa 1800, rounded rectangular section, stepped baluster form with gadrooned rims, 33cm high (2) £40 - £70 2. A George V silver plated chafing dish with ebony handle, Ellis Barker Silver Co., circa 1915, Neoclassical oval form with ogee domed lid and reeded border, urn finial, 26cm wide £30 - £50

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7. A Victorian silver plate and glass claret jug, Elkington and Co., 1858, the globe and shaft body with wave fluting and star cut foor, the neck and handle etched and cast in the Gothic Revival manner, the finial in the form of a naturalistic branch, 32cm high £120 - £180

3 3. A pair of George IV Old Sheffield Plate wine coasters, circa 1820, reeded bodies with gadrooned rims, turned wooden bases, 14.5cm diameter (2) £30 - £50 4. An Edwardian silver plated table lamp, Elkington and Co. 1908, lobed pedestal cup form, the petal foot and rim reticulated with foliate scrolls, 42cm high to fitting £30 - £50 5.

Tantalus and tray (2)

£60 - £80

6. A Victorian silver plate and cut glass claret jug, the conical body with hobnail and mitre cut banding, between stars, 31cm high £40 - £60

8 8. A Victorian silver plated four branch, five light candelabrum, Elkington and Co., 1867, lobed and fluted ogee baluster form, with thorned petal base, the four removable arms of foliate S form, numbered and insertable into a vertical support, each with sconces, the candlestick 37cm high, 61cm high overall £300 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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11. A pair of white metal mounted cut glass beer or lemonade jugs, probably German, circa 1920s, conical form, vertical mitre cuts below hobnail bands, the collars and lips with chased foliate scroll decoration, 29cm high (2) £70 - £100 12. A pair of Imperial Russian spoons, circa 1912, the bowls engraved with a flower and Cyrillic, cased, stamped marks, 15cm long, approx 1.25 ozt (2) £80 - £120 13. A Chinese Export Silver Tea Service, early 20th century, comprising tray, teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, the pieces of tapering panelled form, with canted incurved corners, the twohandled tray of rectangular form raised on half ball feet, all decorated with bamboo boughs, marks to the rims and tray base, 139.28 oz (4) £800 - £1200 14. A pair of Persian white metal and ebony handled salad servers, circa 1940s, reticulated and engraved with dragons and floral cartouches, 28.5cm long (2) £40 - £60 9 9. A pair of William IV amethyst glass decanters in original Old Sheffield Plate coasters, circa 1835, conical bottle form, slice cut necks with faceted rings, the coasters of high foliate C scroll cage form, 25cm high (2) £300 - £500

15. A 800 European silver and mother of pearl butterfly dish, the centre floral design, with two servers, 36cm wide £220 - £270 16. A group of eastern white metal items, including eight chopsticks, a container in the form of a rabbit, an Oriental opium pipe, a rectangular box decorated with a pheasant and interlocking foliate patterns, and a container in a pumpkin form (12) £140 - £180 17. A 800 European silver planter with a terracotta liner and an Oriental scene, 20cm long £70 - £90 18. A Far Eastern white metal opium pipe and container, probably Chinese, the pipe with applied bead work banding and hemispherical bowl, the contained repousse decorated with floral motifs, united by a double chain, tested as silver, pipe 12cm long, 2.35ozt £50 - £80

10 10. Elkington and Co., an electrotype facsimile of the 16th century Nuremberg silver goblet in the British Museum, collection number 103, made 1876, gilded silver plate, lobed, double ogee bell form, cast in relief and chased throughout, the rim with six mythological cartouches, depicting Arachne, Icarus, Judgement of Midas, Flaying of Marsyas, Pegasus and another, above foliate scroll lappets, the base of the bowl similarly modelled with six putti representing the vices and virtues, the underside with lobes of alternating fruit and sea creatures, supported on a baluster stem of three rams heads, the stepped trefoil base with plinth of stag beetle, knotted snake and lizard between three kneeling winged nude female figures, the foot with scroll and bead drop banding, stamped marks and number 667, 21.5cm high £100 - £200

19 19. A 19th century Oriental white metal lidded cut glass jar, repousse decorated and etched with village scene with figures and palm trees, gilt interior, on a hobnail cut cylinder body, 7cm diameter, silver weight 1.51ozt £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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20. A French silver gilt and cut glass pepper pot, HO, Paris circa 1890, pedestal bombe urn form, the double ogee gourd fluted body, within cast lappet and scroll mounts, 11.5cm high £30 - £50 21. A mid 18th century Scottish provincial teapot, circular shape, floral decoration to the spout and handle, marks to base, pot 11cm high £200 - £300 22. A pair of Victorian Scottish silver King’s pattern teaspoons, A M and Co., Edinburgh 1850, 14cm long, 1.13ozt (2) £30 - £50

28 28. A George V silver watch holder, William Hutton and Sons, Birmingham 1918, cushioned rectangular form, leather easel back, 4.5cm opening, 9cm x 8.5cm £30 - £50

23 23. A pair of George III Irish silver salt cellars, Christopher Haines, Dublin 1810, squat reeded form, footed, 9cm diameter, 6.29ozt (2) £380 - £420 24. A pair of Edwardian three branch silver candlebras, Walter Latham & Son, Sheffield 1910, 50cm high, weighted approx 83 ozt (2) £250 - £350

29. A George V silver watch holder, A and J Zimmerman, Bimringham 1920, square, with fluted border, leather easel back, 6cm opening, 11cm square £40 - £60 30. A George V silver watch holder, Charles Perry and Co., Birmingham 1918, inverse baluster form on splayed bracket feet, velvet lining and back, 4.5cm opening, 10.5cm high £50 - £80

25. A Victorian silver evening bag, stamped Birmingham 1893, the chain mesh rectangular bag mounted on shape clip close frame and with chain link carrying handle, length including chain 28cm, 3.79ozt £50 - £80 26. An Edwardian silver christening set, Charles Wilkes, Birmingham 1909, including mother of pearl handled knife, spoon and fork, cast laurel wreath and ribbon teminals, chased blade, in fitted box, together with a silver topped chrome plated jar, weighable silver excluding knife, 2.00ozt £30 - £50 27. An Edwardian silver watch holder with pocket watch, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1910, plain cushioned rectangular form with leather type easel back, 12cm x 11cm £60 - £80

31 31. A pair of George V silver bon bon dishes in case, Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1915, reticulated with interlocking ovals and foliate scroll border, embossed C scroll border, 14cm long, 2.87ozt £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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32 32. An Edwardian silver pen tray and two silver pens, Ellis and Co., Birmingham 1908, rectangular form on four acanthus and shell bracket feet, the pen and pencil of ringed cylindrical form, 24.5cm long, 5.67ozt £120 - £180 33. An Edwardian silver and glass inkwell, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Birmingham 1906, the rounded body with hobnail cut base, plain silver hinged ovoid lid, 10cm high £50 - £80 34. A Victorian silver and glass inkwell, John Grinsell and Sons, London 1897, square section cushion shaped body with star cut base, plain stepped lid, 10cm square £40 - £70

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38. A Victorian silver and glass inkwell, Sampson Mordan and Co., London 1887, rounded cylindrical form, martele cut, the hinged lid planished in the same style, 10.5cm high £80 - £120

41. A George V silver epergne, Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham 1913, three removable branches and a central vase, flare rimmed poppy form, on weighted base, 18cm high £50 - £80

39. A pair of George V silver mustard pots, Pairpoint Brothers, London 1926, cylindrical form with fluted borders and slightly domed lids, pierced thumb pieces, glass liners, 7.5cm high, 8.11ozt (2) £100 - £150

42 42. Asprey and Co., a large Elizabeth II silver mounted cut glass ice bucket and lid, London 1972, the hobnail cut conical body with silver collar and domed lid, cast with leafy rosette and acanthus baluster finial, 31.5cm high, lid weight 14.75ozt, in original Asprey box £400 - £600

35 35. A George V silver and glass inkwell, Synyer and Beddoes, Birmingham 1913, rounded body with star cut base, the hinged lid with piecrust rim, 6cm high £40 - £60 36. An Edwardian silver and glass inkwell, Hewson and Williams, London 1902, rounded hobnail cut body with flat topped hinged lid, 7.5cm high £40 - £70 37. A Victorian silver and glass inkwell, John Grinsell and Son, Birmingham 1893, reeded cuboid form, with fluted wrythen hinged lid, 12cm high £120 - £150

40 40. A Victorian silver table oil lamp clock, James Deakin and Sons, Sheffield 1889, cylindrical form, wrythen fluted and reeded, with central Rococo scroll cartouche above insertable clock, surmounted by a gas wick burner and glass funnel, 33cm high overall £120 - £180

43. Two Edwardian and George VI silver mustard pots, London 1910 and 1931, straight sided oval and cylindrical form, with glass liners and a spoon, 7cm high, 6.24ozt (2) £70 - £100 44. An Elizabeth II silver mustard pot, Hicklenton and Phillips Ltd., London 1964, cylindrical form, half reeded, gadrooned to the rim, flat lid and angled scroll handle, gilt interior, 8.5cm high, 5.25ozt £70 - £100

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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50 45. A pair of George V silver dwarf candlesticks, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1931, turned cup and cover form, weighted, 10cm high (2) £30 - £50

53 48. An Elizabeth II silver dish, Parkin Silversmiths Ltd., Sheffield 1981, plain circular form with scalloped edge, 19.5cm diameter, 8.59ozt £60 - £80

54. A pair of Elizabeth II silver dwarf candlesticks, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1969, heavily embossed column form with Rococo scrolls and birds, 10cm high (2) £80 - £100

49. An Elizabeth II silver tray, Parkin Silversmiths Ltd., Sheffield 1978, plain circular form with fluted rim, 23.5cm diameter, 14.30ozt £100 - £150 50. A large George V silver salver, James Deakin and Sons, Sheffield 1930, circular form with ogee serpentine rim, cast with ribbon and reed border, on three shell and scroll bracket feet, 36cm diameter, 44.29ozt £300 - £500 55

46 46. A George V silver and glass timepiece, Stuart Clifford and Co., London 1911, cuboid form with silver swing handle, 8 day movement, white enamelled clock face with Arabic numerals, fan cutting to the corners, 7.5cm square £40 - £60

51. An Elizabeth II silver backed dressing set, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1992, engine turned stripe and etched floral chased design, including two brushes, mirror and comb, in fitted box £30 - £50

55. A George III silver sauce boat, IWFK, London 1767, fretted ogee rim , open acanthus ear handle on three shell and stepped pad feet, 16cm long, 6.60ozt £200 - £300

52. A George III Scottish silver berry spoon, Edinburgh 1812, fiddle pattern, later embossed and gilt berry decoration to the bowl, 22.5cm long, 1.68ozt£30 - £50 53. A George III oval silver teapot, London 1784, maker’s mark Robert Hennel, with wooden finial and handle, engraved floral borders, later embossed decoration, central blank cartouche to one side and a floral foliate scroll decoration to the other side, hinged cover, impressed hallmarks and makers mark to the base, 14cm high, 26cm long, 14.3ozt £300 - £400

56 56. An 18th century two handled white metal bowl, the base set with a Queen Anne silver shilling, 1711, bowl with foliate band decoration, 6cm diameter £60 - £80 57. A George V silver miniature tea set, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Birmingham 1912 - 1913, including tray, teapot, creamer, bowl, cup and saucer, 1.55 ozt (6) £110 - £150

47 47. A pair of silver gilt sugar nips, circa 1750, of plain form with stylised shell grip, makers mark ‘RM’, 13cm long, 1.77oz £60 - £80

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For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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63. A cased pair of Victorian silver salts with spoons, William Aitken, Chester 1899, cased, spoons 6cm long, approx 0.78 ozt (4) £50 - £70 64. A George II silver London 1736, oval form spout, twisted horn handle, 3.28ozt total

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punch ladle, with pinched 39.5cm long, £100 - £150

58. A George IV silver vinaigrette, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1828, reeded Regency stripe design with chased foliate thumb piece, the gilt interior with etched and pierced gille and sponge, 3.8cm long, 2.5cm deep, 0.56ozt £100 - £150

68 68. A set of six George III silver bright cut teaspoons, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1802, decorated with vacant cartouches and foliate drops, 12cm long, 2.15ozt (6) £40 - £60

69 65 59 59. An Edwardian Hanau silver box, Berthold Muller, Chester import 1904, embossed with 17th century Dutch garden courting scene to the lid, bordered in acanthus lappets, the interior gilt, 10.5cm wide, 7cm deep, 4.96ozt £300 - £400 60. A cased set of six George VI silver gilt cocktail sticks, William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1937, pheasant finial top, 9cm long (6) £150 - £200

65. A set of eleven Victorian silver gilt teaspoons, Martin, Hall and Co., Sheffield 1874, cast in the form of arrows, beaded, with feather fletching terminals, 11.5cm long, 4.35oz, in fitted velvet lined box (11) £70 - £100 66. An Edwardian novelty silver table lighter, Grey and Co., London 1903, in the form of a light house, with hobnail cut ruby cased glass window, realistically modelled, 19.5cm high £200 - £400

69. A pair of Edwardian silver salt cellars and spoon, Robert Pringle and Sons, Birmingham 1905, rectangular section boat form with fretted ogee rims and four trefoil and tongue feet, blue glass liners, 5.5cm long, 1.75ozt (2) £20 - £40 70. A George V silver manicure set, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1919, including glass jar, in fitted velvet lined case, £30 - £50

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71. An Edwardian silver photo frame, William Adams, Birmingham 1902, plain rectangular form with rounded corners, wooden easel back, opening 13.5cm x 8.5cm, 16.5cm x 11.5cm overall £30 - £50

61. A pair of Victorian silver dwarf candlesticks, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., London 1900, Neoclassical column form with embossed swags and roundels, the stepped square bases with acanthus borders, beaded removable sconces, 11cm high (2) £120 - £180

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62. A George V silver photo frame, Green and Cadbury Ltd., Birmingham 1917, beaded and splayed with ogee domed top, bracket feet, on wooden easel back, opening 13cm x 8cm, 18.5cm x 13cm overall £30 - £50

67. A George V silver pepper pot, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1911, Neoclassical pedestal urn form, reticulated arcading and fluting below a beaded rim, on a square base, blue glass liner, 12cm high, 1.86ozt £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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72. An Edwardian silver photo frame, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1906, rectangular, embossed with gadrooning bewteen beaded borders, velvet backing, opening 14.5cm x 9.5cm, 18cm x 13cm overall £30 - £50

76. A Victorian silver photo frame, Henry Williamson Ltd., Birmingham 1901, heavily embossed in relief with foliate tendrils and scrolls, ogee section with gadrooned inner rim and berried garlands, velvet backing, opening 12.5cm x 9cm, 22.5cm x 17cm overall £120 - £180

73. A George V silver photo frame, Charles S Green and Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1922, short and long bead border, opening 20cm x 13.5cm, 22.5cm x 16cm overall £50 - £80

77. A Victorian silver christening set, John Gammage, Birmingham 1891, cast fork and spoon, in velvet lined Moroccan leather fitted case, 16.5cm long, 2.25ozt (2) £35 - £45

83 83. A white metal mounted yellow over colourless cased glass scent bottle, 19th century, probably Bohemian, ribbed conical form, slice cut with graduated ovals, the hinged lid chased with foliate scroll and engine turned patterns, 13cm high £30 - £50

78. A Victorian silver and mother of pearl rattle, George Unite, Birmingham 1862, embossed and chased, whistle and bell, 14cm long £70 - £90 79. A George III silver basting spoon, Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1801, Old English pattern, 31cm long, 3.35ozt £60 - £100 80. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, Harrods, Sheffield 1994, ribbon and reed border, wooden easel back, opening 13cm x 9cm, 17cm x 13cm overall £50 - £80

74 74. A Victorian silver mirror, William Davenport, Birmingham 1900, heavily embossed with floral foliate scroll design, velvet easel back, the bevelled glass 17.5cm x 11.5cm, 24cm x 18cm overall £60 - £80 75. An Edwardian silver photo frame, W J Myatt, Birmingham 1905, shaped butterfly ogee form, embossed with floral scroll and honeysuckle motifs, oak backed with easel support, beaded oval opening 9cm x 12.5cm, 18cm x 21.5cm overall £100 - £150

81. A George V silver oval photo frame, Birmingham 1915, plain form surmounted by a cast ribbon bow, easel back, opening 20cm x 15cm, 24cm x 17.5cm overall £80 - £120 82. A Victorian silver photo frame, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1900, square form, embossed and reticulated scroll and trellis design with circular opening 9cm diameter, 15.5cm square £60 - £80

84 84. A Victorian silver topped glass jar, Sampson Mordan and Co., London 1892, hobnail cut cylindrical body with glass stopper, within a gilt lined hinged lid, embossed and chased in relief with bird in Rococo scrolls and floral ground, 9cm high £30 - £50 85. A George V silver and tortoiseshell glass jar, Elkington and Co., London 1911, cylindrical form, the lid with inlaid silver festoon and ribbon motif, 7.5cm high £20 - £30

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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95. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, Ari Norman, Sheffield 2000, embossed with swags and festoons, long and short beaded border, opening 17cm x 12cm, 24.5cm x 17cm overall £40 - £60 96. A large Edwardian silver photo frame, William Neale, Birmingham 1910, embossed with festoons and ribbons, ebonised easel back, opening 20cm x 15cm, 31cm x 25cm overall £200 - £300

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86. A George V silver photo frame, Charles Edwin Turner, Birmingham 1915, plain rectangular form with arched top, wooden easel back, opening 13.5cm x 10cm, 17.5cm x 12cm overall £30 - £50

91. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, W I Broadway and Co., Birmingham 1979, embossed foliate scroll borders and bracket feet on light oak easel back, opening 13cm x 9cm, 21cm x 15.5cm overall £50 - £80

97 97. A pair of silver novelty condiments, modelled as legs, together with a silver bottle top, Theo Fennell, London 1998 (3) £100 - £150 98. Napier for Asprey and Co., an Art Deco silver plated Tells U How cocktail shaker, circa 1932, the inner gilt vessel inscribed with 15 recipes, registered design number 398119, 28.5cm high £100 - £150

87 87. An Elizabeth II silver photo frame, Carr’s of Sheffield, Sheffield 1986, heart form, easel back, opening 8cm x 7cm, 11cm x 10cm overall £30 - £50 88. An Elizabeth II large silver photo frame, Carr’s of Sheffield, Sheffield 1995, rectangular form with long and short beaded border, easel back, opening 25.5m x 20cm, 29.5cm x 24.5cm overall £70 - £100 89. A boxed pair of George V silver mustard pots and spoons, Goldsmiths and Silvermiths Company, London 1920, rectangular section footed urn form, glass liners, 6cm high, 5.47ozt £80 - £120 90. A silver calendar and twin picture frame, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1908, 19.5cm high £80 - £120

92 92. A George III silver caddy spoon and another, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1814, bright cut and scallop edged bowl, the other Da-mar, London 1977, in the form of a hand, 9.5cm long, 0.96ozt (2) £30 - £50 93. A George III silver berry spoon, Sarah & John William Blake, London 1814, fiddle pattern, later embossed and gilded to the bowl with fruit, 22cm long, 1.97ozt £30 - £50 94. A pair of William IV silver sugar tongs, William Bateman III, London 1836, fiddle pattern, together with five Dutch silver spoons, embossed and cast with 17th century domestic scenes, 3.49ozt (6) £10 - £20

99 99. Duchess of Sutherland Cripple Guild, an Arts and Crafts electroplated deep dish, circa 1902-1922, stamped marks D.S.C.G below crown, diameter 31.5cm £300 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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100. An Arts and Crafts white metal and opaque glass pepper pot, cylindrical form, reticulated geometric body chased with foliate scrolls, green glass liner, 8.5cm high £20 - £40

103 103. Omar Ramsden and Alwyn Carr, an Arts and Crafts silver hand mirror, London 1915, the oval head embossed in relief with knotted thorn and rose wreath, the shaped handle edged in thorns and overlaid with sinuous wirework, 27cm long £300 - £500

101 101. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts silver tazza or pedestal bowl, Birmingham 1911, planished finish, the squat bowl with everted rim supported on a ball and ring collared splayed foot, 14.5cm high, 10.44ozt £200 - £300 102. George Hart for Guild of Handicraft, an Arts and Crafts silver spoon, London 1954, rectangular section seal top form with plain corner cut detailing, 15cm long, 1.80ozt £50 - £80

104. Hector Miller and Tim Minett for Aurum, a pair of Modernist silver gilt scallop dishes, London 1982, limited edition 33 and 34 of 250, made to commemorate the christening of Prince William of Wales, 11cm wide, 10.90ozt (2) £300 - £400 105. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Cymric Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled bottle coaster, Birmingham 1904, model 2165, rounded hammer head handles, set with champleve mushroom forms in blue and green enamel, on skate feet, 15cm long, 4.03ozt £800 - £1200 106. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver twin handled cup, Birmingham 1907, model 2035, textured barrel form, repousse decorated with heart form handle terminals and initials JHC, the handles of tapered loop form, gilt interior, 10cm high, 8.63ozt £1000 - £1500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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110. An Arts and Crafts silver cigar burner, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1906, twin handled pedestal form with bisected whiplash handles in the style of Ashbee, 17cm long, 3.22ozt £150 - £250

107. An Elizabeth II Arts and Crafts style silver and turned wood mazer bowl, A E Jones, Birmingham 1968, ovoid form with flared neck, engraved geometric collar, 14.5cm diameter £250 - £300

109 109. A Secessionist silver and glass jar, probably Austrian circa 1910, the hinged lid cast with flowers in four segments, around a central green cabochon, on a hobnail and mitre cut cylindrical body, with internal gilding and glass stopper, stamped marks 935, 8cm high £40 - £60

108 108. An Arts and Crafts silver and leather desk barometer and clock, James Deakin and Sons, Chester 1904, embossed in relief with stylises irises and sinuous tendrils on a woven ground, in the Art Nouveau style, the central thermometer flanked by barometer and timepiece, 19cm high, 20cm wide £50 - £80

111 111. A Modernist silver and enamelled bowl, circa 1964, the central enamel roundel decorated with fruit, set within a plain dish, inscribed to the rim in Spanish, 24.5cm diameter, 10.30ozt £50 - £100 110.

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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112. Tiffany and Co., an Aesthetic Movement mixed metal vase, in the Japonesque style, circa 1876, modelled as a hanging vessel, the cylindrical copper body overlaid with silver climbing plant and butterfly, knotted rope effect support and hanging ring, stamped marks, 582, pattern number 4568, 19.5cm high £1500 - £2000 113. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Celtic knot silver spoon, Birmingham 1936, model 341, planished form, incised decoration to the handle, circular bowl, 19.5cm long, 2.39ozt £400 - £500

114 114. Charles Fleetwood Varley (attributed) for Liberty and Co., a Cymric silver and enamelled box, Birmingham 1914, straight sided oval form, the lid decoated with a river landscape with trees, within a ribbon and reed border, the interior gilded, 7cm long, 2.85ozt £300 - £500 115. An Art Deco 800 European silver and wooden cantilever cigarette box, 5.5cm high £70 - £90

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JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 116. A 15ct yellow gold bar brooch, inset with central faceted peridot and four pearls, stamped 15ct, 5.5cm long £75 - £100

127. A naturalistic gold nugget pendant on 9 carat gold chain, 3cm long, chain 43cm long, 15g £200 - £300 128. 9 carat gold aquamarine and diamond earrings and pendant, together with gold chains and pendants, 4.6g £30 - £50

117. A cased set of three yellow gold gem set shield stickpins, two mounted with pearls, the third mounted with turquoise, 5cm long (3) £120 - £150

123 123. A platinum and diamond brooch, circa 1905, lozenge form, reticulate and set with stones in a milled diaper ground, the central pearl between two further channels of diamonds, 4.5cm long, 6.2g £300 - £500 124. A yellow metal mounted tortoiseshell cigarette case, circa 1920, 8.5 x 7.5cm £40 - £60

129 129. A butterscotch amber necklace, rough cuboid cut, with two further pieces of amber, 178cm long, 149g £200 - £400

118 118. A pair of rose gold stickpins decorated with circular green enamel roundels with diamond centre stones mounted in rose gold, linked by rose gold chain, 5.5cm long (2) £120 - £150 119. A 9ct yellow gold Gypsy Ring, inset with three stones, hallmarked £40 - £60 125 120. An 18ct yellow gold ring inset with circular emerald in white metal decorative mount, stamped £80 - £120

125. A sapphire and diamond ring, on 18 carat gold band, the central solitaire stone, approx. 6mm diameter, flanked by diamonds, approx. size L £200 - £400 126. A collection of 9 carat gold rings, including garnet set rings, wedding band etc., 19.4g (4) £120 - £180

130 130. A Victorian gold, diamond and ruby bracelet, the cast heart linked double chain band with foliate scroll boss catch, set with old cut diamonds around a central ruby, 17.5cm long, 21.6g £400 - £600

131 131. A Victorian yellow metal and cameo set bracelet, seven portrait ovals of Classical women in profile with various headdresses, linked, 18.5cm long £120 - £180

121 121. A diamond solitaire ring, approx. 2.5 carats, brilliant cut, on 18 carat gold band £3000 - £5000 122. Three gold and gem set rings, including diamond and sapphire, ruby and seed pearl etc. (3) £80 - £120

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138. A 14ct yellow gold smoky quartz brooch/pendant, circa 20th century, the emerald cut stone mounted in hexagonal yellow gold mount surmounted with scroll and bead decoration, stamped 14ct, 5cm long, 26.4g total weight £250 - £300

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132. A 19th century cameo and gilt metal earring and brooch set, circa 1850, Classical portrait medallions set within tooled and cast foliate cartouches, the earrings with three interlinked panels, 7.5cm long (3) £80 - £120 133. A three stone diamond ring set in platinum, the central stone surmounted by two smaller stones, stamped plat £80 - £120

142. A Gentleman’s 18ct yellow gold three stone diamond ring, the central old cut diamond surmounted by two smaller old cut diamonds in oval smooth yellow gold mount, the shank with stylised textured decoration, stamped 18ct, 9.6 g total weight £250 - £300 139 139. A Victorian Porcelain Brooch mounted in 15ct yellow gold, the oval lozenge depicting a portrait image of a lady painted in coloured enamels on a brown background, 5.4cm long £200 - £300

143. A Yellow Gold Ladies Dress Ring mounted with amethysts, modern, the five graduated stones on a raised arched mount, hallmarked, 3.2g total weight £80 - £120

134 134. A diamond flower cluster ring, the central cushion cut diamond surmounted by eight smaller round cut diamonds mounted on yellow gold shank, stamped 18ct £120 - £150 135. An 18ct yellow gold pin mounted with floral motif inset with turquoise bead and four pearls, stamped 18ct, 6.5cm long, in a velvet lined case £60 - £80 136. Two 22ct yellow gold wedding bands, 7.0g, stamped 22ct, Birmingham, one ring split (2) £100 - £150

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140. A Victorian Yellow Gold Drop Pendant with carved coral Romanesque bust, in Rococo style the bust secured by circular yellow gold mount, unmarked, 5cm long £100 - £150

144. An Enamel and Pearl Open Face Pocket Watch/Brooch, circa 19th century, with crown wind and pin set cylinder movement, the circular white enamel dial with black numerals, white metal and red enamel case with seed pearl decoration, suspended from an enamel and seed pearl bow brooch fitting in white metal, unmarked, 5.7cm total length £250 - £300

137. Two signet gold rings, one 15ct, together with yellow metal ring, weight of two marked rings approx 10.1 grams (3) £180 - £220 141 141. A Yellow Gold Bangle, circa 20th century, the narrow hinged and galleried bangle set with 21 graduated diamonds, safety catch, 15.3 g total weight, unmarked £500 - £600

145. A Mid Century 18ct yellow gold ring, circa 1950, mounted with natural tourmaline stone naturalistically carved with a swan motif, 12.6 g total weight, unmarked £700 - £900 146. A Victorian yellow gold oval mourning brooch, engraved with bird and branches on stepped moulded body with beaded and bevelled borders, the reverse glazed lozenge containing a lock of hair, unmarked, 3.5cm long, 7.4g total weight £180 - £220

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147. A 9ct yellow gold leopard pendant, styled in prowling pose and inset with diamonds and sapphires (untested), hallmarked, 3cm long, 3.8g total weight £80 - £120

154 154. A 14ct yellow gold tie clip, 20th century, Islamic, mounted with hexagonal agate seal or talisman, marked 14ct, 4.5cm long, 6.1g £180 - £220 155. A Roman Ring, the hexagonal metal mount inset with natural agate stone, 8.6 g £50 - £80

148 148. A Chinese silver gilt and cloisonné enamelled pendant, circular doughnut ring form, decorated with flowers in green, red, pink and blue enamel, on black, between ropework borders, 3.5cm diameter, 10g £30 - £50

156. A pair of yellow gold drop earrings, French circa 1880, of circular and rectangular form, the roundels set with onyx and freshwater pearl, stamped 18ct Eagles head hallmark, France, drops 4cm long, 4.4g £250 - £300

149. An 18 carat gold and diamond modernist ring, Marquise cut stone with channel set rose cut, approx. size L/M £200 - £300

152. A 9ct yellow gold and enamel oval brooch/pendant, with portrait painted in coloured enamels of a lady in a florally decorated bonnet, 5.8cm long, stamped 9ct £250 - £280

159. James Fenton, an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, Birmingham 1908, lobed cartouche form with three sections onf champleve enamel in blue and green, 3cm long £80 - £120 160. An Art Nouveau silver and enamelled pendant necklace, the cloisonne roundel of a womans head within a cast and open ribbon work cartouche with shells and dolphins, suspended on two chains united by a third, 42.5cm long £200 - £300 161. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled badge, Birmingham 1910, Love Never Faileth, the central roundel with violet motif, flanked by tendrils, supported on two chains from an open bar cast with Fortis in Arduis, presentation inscription from the Norland Institute, 6cm long £200 - £300

150. An 18 carat gold and three stone diamond ring, channel claw set, approx size L £200 - £300 151. A silver and diamond ring, the central diamond surmounted by two smaller diamonds, mounted in square frames and with decorative shoulders, stamped 925 and hallmarked, total weight 4.1g £250 - £300

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157 157. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled brooch, lobed kidney form with purple, green, blue and white enamel, triangular suspension, 3.5cm wide £50 - £80

162. Three Arts and Crafts gold and gem set brooches, open foliate and scroll designs, set with opals, pearls, amethyst and £200 - £300 garnet, 4.5cm long (3)

163 163. Sybil Dunlop, an Arts and Crafts silver, amethyst and peridot bracelet, emerald cut purple stones in open foliate settings, united by pierced links with flowers, 18cm diameter £350 - £450

153 153. A 14ct yellow gold and natural quartz stone brooch/pendant, 20th century, the yellow gold frame mounted with acanthus leaf brackets and inset with a natural pearl, stamped 14ct, hallmarked, 6cm long, 29.7g total weight £250 - £350

158 158. A Continental Art Nouveau silver and enamelled brooch, cast in relief with a swan in a lily pond, guilloche enamelled with setting sun, 3cm £50 - £80

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168. Murrle Bennett, an Arts and Crafts silver and turquoise brooch, in the Secessionist style, geometric pierced and knotted tendril, the cobochon stone set in gold, signed, 3.5cm wide £200 - £300

172. A Mid Century Natural Coral Pendant, circa 1950, the coral mounted in 14ct yellow gold, hallmarked 14ct, 5cm long £140 - £160

164 164. Barnet Henry Joseph, an Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold, opal and pearl pendant, elongated open knotted tendril design with central cabochon and Baroque pearl suspension, 5.5cm long £250 - £350 165. Henry Matthews, an Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold, pearl and turquoise pendant, London 1901, knotted tendril design with central cabochon and suspended Baroque pearl, 4cm long £200 - £300 166. Henry Matthews, an Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold and turquoise pendant, Birmingham 1909, knotted tendril design with two cabochon stones, 3.5cm long £200 - £300

167 167. Meyle and Mayer, a Jugendstil silver gilt, abelone and pearl brooch, the whiplash bud with vertical chain suspension supporting a caged Baroque pearl, stamped marks, 4cm £200 - £300

169 169. Kalo Shop, a pair of Arts and Crafts silver and amethyst cufflinks, teardrop stones within shiled shaped cartouches, signed, 2cm (2) £150 - £250

173 173. A gentleman’s Omega Genève wristwatch, gold plated with day date windows and matt gold dial, fitted to plated reticulated strap £150 - £200

170. Barnet Henry Joseph, an Arts and Crafts 9 carat gold and abelone pendant, open foliate tendril design, with central supspended cabochon, 4.5cm long £200 - £300

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171. An Art Deco 18ct Yellow Gold diamond solitaire ring, French circa 1930, the old cut circular diamond approximately 1.00 carat, 3.4 g total weight, hallmarked with eagles head £800 - £1000

174. Ebel Classic hexagonal gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 2000, the automatic Swiss movement with date aperture, cased in steel, original black leather strap (af) £600 - £700 175. A 9 carat gold ladies wristwatch, Daphne, subsidiary seconds dial, on leather strap, 2.4cm £30 - £50 176. Three silver pocket watches, including chased and gilt enamelled, two with subsidiary dials (3) £30 - £50

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COINS AND MEDALS 177. Hong Kong trade dollar, 1902, Britannia standing left, rev. Chinese symbols in Greek key border, slabbed £70 - £100

181. Ancient Coins, Michael VII Doukas (1071-1078), electrum histamenon nomisma, Constantinople, facing bust of Christ Pantokrator, IC-XC across fields, rev. crowned facing bust of Michael holding labarum and globus cruciger, + MIX-A?A RAC??, 2.8 grams, 24mm £100 - £150

182 182. Ancient Coins, Phocas (602-610), AV Solidus, Constantinople, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger, oN FOCAS PERP AV?, rev. Victory standing facing, holding Christogram scepter and and globus cruciger, CONOB in exergue, VICTORIA AVG??, 4.2 grams, 21mm £200 - £300

178 178. Queen Anne (1702-1714), gold guinea, 1713, draped bust left, legend ANNA.DEI. GRATIA., rev. four post-Union crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in between and garter star at centre, date either side of top crown.MAG BRI. FR ET. HIB REG., 8.5 grams £800 - £1200

185. George V gold half sovereign 1914 £80 - £120 186. A group of Royal commemorative coins, including two Elizabeth II silver wedding crowns, a silver Jubilee medal, 5 pounds 100th anniversary Queen Victoria, Prince Charles & Lady Diana wedding Crown, Churchill crown, and George VI Coronation and Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee medals/tokens (10) £20 - £30 187. A group of nine half crowns and six Maundy coins, including Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VI and Elizabeth II (15) £120 - £160 188. A group of threepence and sixpence Maundy coins, including Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VI (35) £30 - £50

183. Ancient Coins, Zeno (476-491), AV Solidus, Constantinople, cuirassed bust right, helmeted and diademed, holding spear and shield, D N ZENO PERP AVG, rev. Victory standing left holding long cross, star in right field, CONOB in exergue, VICTORIA AVGGG, 4.4 grams, 19mm £300 - £400 189 189. A British gold sovereign coin, 1912, King George V (1910-1936) £180 - £220 190. George IV (1820-1830), half crown, 1826 £30 - £40 184 184. Ancient Coins, Heraclius (610641), AV Solidus, Constantinople, facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross on circlet, cross above, rev. cross portent on steps, CONOB in exergue, VICTORIA AVG??, 4.3 grams, 20mm £200 - £300

191. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold sovereign, 1908 £180 - £220 192. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold sovereign, 1910 £180 - £220 193. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold sovereign, 1905 £180 - £220 194. Edward VII (1901-1910), sixpence, Maundy silver sterling, 1905 £20 - £20

179 179. USA, gold ‘Liberty Head’ quarter eagle (2.5 dollars), 1873 £300 - £400

195. George III (1760-1820), two copper pennies, 1797 and 1799 (2) £30 - £50

180. George IV (1820-1830), a Maundy set dated 1825 including one penny, twopence, threepence and fourpence (4) £190 - £220 185

196. Edward VII (1901-1910), silver crown, 1902, together with a George VI Festival of Britain crown, 1951 (2) £40 - £60

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197. Victoria (1837-1901), two silver crowns, 1889 and 1894 (2) £40 - £60 198. Victoria (1837-1901), two double florins, 1889 and 1890 (2) £40 - £60 199. A group of florins, including Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VI (11) £80 - £120 200. George III (1760-1820), half crown, 1817 £40 - £60 201. Victoria (1837-1901), gold sovereign 1887, young head, shield back £220 - £280 202. A group of shillings, including Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VI and Elizabeth II (29) £60 - £80 203. Victoria (1837-1901), gold half sovereign, 1887, old head £120 - £150 204. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold half sovereign, 1903 £80 - £120 205. Elizabeth II, gold half sovereign, 2002 £80 - £120

211. λ British Medals, Royal Humane Society medal, silver and gilt 1798, by Lewis Pingo, a cherub protects the flame of life, legend ‘LATEAT SCINTILLVLA FORSAN’, rev. legend ‘HOC PRETIVM CIVE SERVATO TVLIT’, within oakwreath ‘DO. SALTER, VITAM OB RESTITVTAM 1798.’, doubleglazed frame with suspender and in black case of issue, 53mm Note: ‘The case related by Mr. Salter. Boxford Sept. 5 1798. The young man was underwater at least seven minutes before we could get any body to jump in after him. He was, when taken out, an apparent corpse. I had recourse to the means recommended by the Humane Society, and signs of life returned in about half an hour by a groan’, from ‘A Discourse, Delivered at Rotherhithe Church, May 26, 1799, for the Benefit of the Humane Society by the Rev. T. Haweis’ £200 - £300 212. British Medals, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee medal, silver 1897, by T. Brock, bust of the old Victoria l., legend ‘VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN MDCCCXCVII’, rev. head of the young Victoria l., legend ‘LONGI-TVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERA EIVS ET IN SINSTRA GLORIA’, 1837 below, 55mm £60 - £80

206. Elizabeth II, gold sovereign, 1974 £180 - £220

215. British Medals, Joseph Fry Bicentenary medal 1728 - 1928, silver, by Harold James Youngman, bust Joseph Fry l., rev. cocoa tree, legend ‘J S FRY & SONS LTD BICENTENARY 1928’, 51mm, together with a City & Guilds of London Institute silver presentation medal, silver, 1888, Coat of Arms of the City of London in the centre, surrounded by the Coats of Arms of the 16 companies, rev. legend ‘CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE’, within ‘ORDINARY TECHNOLOGICAL EXAMINATION’, rim ‘HERMAN LAUTERBACH ELECTRO METALLURGY, 1ST PRIZE. 1888.’, 53mm (2) £30 - £50 216. Railwayana, London and Birmingham Railway Centenary Medal 1838 - 1938, bronze 1938, by J. Pinches, Euston Arch with legend ‘LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY,’ rev. legend ‘LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY 1938’, in original case, 65mm, together with a French rowing medal, bronze circa 1928, by H. Demey, 50mm (2) £20 - £30

207. Elizabeth II, gold sovereign, 1974 £180 - £220 208. Elizabeth II, gold sovereign, 1974 £180 - £220 209. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold sovereign, 1910 £180 - £220 210. Edward VII (1901-1910), gold sovereign, 1905 £180 - £220

214. British Medals, Royal Horticultural Society Award Medal For Orchids, silver 1904, standing female figure encircled by four smaller female figures, ‘ROYAL MINT 1836’ in tiny letters, rev. wreath of grapes and roses, ‘THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’ within, engraved at center, ‘TO MESSRS J. CYPHER & SONS FOR ORCHIDS. TEMPLE SHOW. 1904’, 55mm, together with a Royal Dublin Society Award Medal For Horse Show, silver marks by J.M Birmingham 1913, Hibernia seated, legend ‘THE ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY’, rev. laurel wreath, within ‘HORSE SHOW 1913. CLASS 14. HUNTER GELDINGS 5 YEARS OLD. AWARDED TO THOMAS SPOWITH LUCE FOR “MASTER CHARLES”’, 51mm (2) £40 - £60

213 213. British Medals, Stonyhurst College prize medal, silver, unsigned, frontal facade of the College, rev. two saints kneeling before Virgin Mary, in case, 55mm £40 - £60

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218. A 19th century French walnut bi fold fire screen, carved ogee serpentine scrolls on cabriole legs, glazed to the top, above peacock feather fabric, 94cm high, 76cm wide £70 - £100 219. A French Art Nouveau cabinet, circa 1900, the tapered triangular form body, flanked by shelves, below double glazed door and an overhanging top, carved with friezes of floral motifs, a single drawer below, on four feet, 72cm wide, 113cm high, 42cm deep £200 - £300

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221. A 19th century walnut and inlaid marble topped chest of two short over two long drawers, marquetry inlaid with vases and floral motifs on cabriole legs, 115cm wide, 89cm high, 53.5cm deep £100 - £200 222. A Louis XV style French walnut and marble topped occasional table, circular form, gilt metal mounts, on cabriole legs united by a low shelf, 49cm diameter, 74cm high £120 - £180 223. An early 19th century Chinese carved hardwood campaign chest of two short over three long drawers, circa 1810, in two sections, each part set with flush lacquered brass side handles, the drawer fronts carved in relief with Oriental figures in watery and garden landscapes of bridges, mountains, temples, pagodas and boats, the knop handles similarly carved with prunus and plums, all within foliate vine borders, on turned bun feet, 100cm wide, 110cm high, 48cm deep £1000 - £1500 224. A Louis XV kingwood and gilt metal planter or cellarette, tin lined, crossbanded and raised on cabriole legs, 81cm wide, 83cm high, 49cm deep £500 - £800 225. A pair of Louis XV style French upholstered armchairs, white painted, ogee backs, on squat cabriole legs, with seat cushions, seat 60cm deep, 40cm high, 87cm high overall (2) £150 - £250 226. A Edwardian mahogany and satin wood inlaid display cabinet, the central concave glazed panel above a bow fronted cupboard flanked by two doors on square section spayed feet, 180cm high, 114cm long, 39cm deep £300 - £500

220 220. An Irish vernacular boat builder’s chair, 19th century, elm and ash, dowel and tongue construction with steam bent straps, remnants of painted lacquer, 93cm high £600 - £800

227. A Davenport walnut desk, 19th century, 74cm high £450 - £650 228. A Victorian figured walnut three tier corner whatnot, serpentine edged graduated shelves supported on turned columns, 90cm high, 45cm deep £50 - £100

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229. A Pair of Louis XVI style gilt wood upholstered chairs, 19th century, the back flanked by fluted columns, above a sprung seat on fluted legs and acanthus rosettes, 37cm high seat, 72cm high back (2) £200 - £300 230. A Victorian carved walnut and upholstered chair, circa 1860, the oval back with button upholstery, on cabriole front legs, 94cm high £80 - £120

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231 231. A George I style walnut kneehole desk, the single long drawer over two sets of three short drawers, flanking a cupboard door and ogee apron hidden slide tray, on bracket feet, 98cm wide, 83cm high, 61cm deep £120 - £180 232. A 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry inlaid armchair, serpentine fronted with bow arm back, on cabriole legs, supporting a cane seat, 70cm high £100 - £150 233. A Louis XV style French Kingwood and parquetry inlaid occasional table, with gilt metal mounts, circular form, geometric top with single drawer, on cabriole legs united by a low shelf, 49cm diameter, 75cm high £120 - £180 234. A Louis XV style French walnut and marble topped occasional table, circular form, gilt metal mounts, on cabriole legs united by a low shelf, 49cm diameter, 74cm high £120 - £180

235. A William IV rosewood chiffonier, circa 1835, the panelled cupboard doors opening to reveal a shelved interior, below a single drawer and elevated gallery shelf, all with egg and dart beading, supported on reeded bun feet, 89cm wide, 127cm high, 37cm deep £150 - £250 236. A pair of Louis XV style open armchairs, carved walnut, serpentine fronted, on cabriole legs, 94cm high £80 - £120 237. A George I style walnut open armchair, circa 1720, shaped back with ogee vase splat, scroll arms, on cabriole front legs with carved knees, sabre back legs, all on pad feet, supporting a drop in seat, 61cm wide £50 - £100 238. A George II mahogany fretwork mirror, shaped scrolling pediment and skirt, glass 50cm x 32cm, overall 88cm x 44cm £100 - £150 239. A Louis XVI style mahogany and satinwood strung bureau chest, circa 1800, the fiddle back veneered three over three false drawer fall front writing surface opening to reveal a pigeon holed interior, above two flame veneered roundel cupboards, on tapered square section or obelisk legs, 117cm wide, 101cm high, 61cm deep £150 - £250

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240. A Louis XV style rosewood by Bonheur du jour, brass plaque dated 1902, ormolu mounted and set with an oil on board, the single drawer and mechanical domed lid retracting to reveal a leather writing surface and three drawer interior, below a galleried shelf, on cabriole legs, signed to the painting E Martin, 76cm wide, 108cm high, 55cm deep £900 - £1200

245. A Victorian figured walnut and gilt brad mounted glazed cabinet, rectangular section, satinwood strung with applied bracket pilasters, on turned bun feet, the interior lined in velvet and with glass shelves, glazed to three sides, 73cm wide, 117cm high, 36cm deep £120 - £180

241. A Louis XV style gilt mounted corner display cabinet, three shelves, lined in red silk, above a marquetry panelled door, on cabriole legs, 53cm wide, 158cm high, 38cm deep £60 - £80

242 242. A Continental walnut credenza, serpentine form, central burr roundel with marquetry floral bouquet, on cabriole bracket feet, 100cm wide, 95cm high, 40cm deep £80 - £120

246 246. A Victorian figured walnut Bonheur du Jour or writing desk, the pull out drawer with Moroccan leather surface, below cupboard doors opening to reveal a pigeon holed interior, brass gallery to the top, above a single door, all ebony and boxwood strung and inlaid with honeysuckle cartouches, on ceramic casters, 60cm wide, 108cm high, 46cm deep £100 - £150 247. A Victorian child’s chair, cane seat and back, on cabriole legs, 65cm high £200 - £300 248. Two Lloyd Loom childrens chairs

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249. A Louis XV style inlaid satinwood and kingwood rolltop desk, the single drawer with floral panels and foliate borders, supported on cabriole legs, 86cm wide, 102cm high, 49cm deep £200 - £300 250. An early Victorian rosewood cabinet, circa 1840, the glazed serpentine fronted door with velvet lining and glass shelved interior, flanked by barley twist and turned baluster columns, on squat cabriole feet, 69cm wide, 84cm high, 45cm deep £200 - £300 251. A Victorian Coalbrookdale style cast iron umbrella stand, foliate design, 73cm high £90 - £120

243 243. A Louis XV style kingwood and gilt metal mounted display cabinet, serpentine form, on cabriole legs, the panels inlaid with floral marquetry, the interior with a mirrored back, 93cm wide, 179cm high, 40cm deep £120 - £180 244. A Victorian figured walnut and brass strung credenza, serpentine form, the three tiered interior with central glazed door, flanked by ogee glazed windows to the sides and column pilasters, 115cm wide, 108cm high, 40cm deep £300 - £500

252. An Arts and Crafts oak desk, circa 1900, with leather insert and single drawer with stylised brass drawer handle raised on tapered supports with single stretcher, 75cm high, 75cm wide 45cm deep £80 - £120 253. Shapland and Petter, an Arts and Crafts mahogany display cabinet, doors inlaid with mother of pearl and fruit woods, 153cm high (7) £200 - £300 254. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts oak Moorish occasional table, hexagonal top, on turned legs united by ogee arcading, 41cm diameter, 51cm high £80 - £120

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255. A rectangular glass and brass coffee or cocktail table, French circa 1950s, probably Maison Jansen, in the Hollywood Regency style, gilt brass with black top, X framed with rings to the corners, 85cm wide, 44cm high, 42cm deep £200 - £400 256. A pair of black lacquered side cabinets, French, restored circa 1930, the tapered supports with open shape shelf and two long drawers with brass handles, 45cm wide, 25cm deep, 74cm high (2) £100 - £200 257. λ Cecil Beaton, a circus drum armchair, circa 1935, painted leather, wood and rope, the chair seat of cylindrical form, the arm supports styled as batons, the round back painted with crossed drum sticks, 91cm high Note: designed for Beaton’s circus themed bedroom at Ashcombe House; see Calloway, S. 1988, Twentieth Century Decoration: The Domestic Interior from 1900 to the Present Day, London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, pp 280 and 282-283 255

Calloway, S. 1994, Baroque Baroque: The Culture of Excess, London: Phaidon pp 83 and 90-92 for references to this and similar chairs £1500 - £2000

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CLOCKS 258. A Brass Encased French Carriage Clock, marked ‘Jack & Co, Cheltenham’ Made in France to the dial, with original fitted leather velvet lined and glazed case, 14cm high including handle £80 - £120

265. A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock, William Peacock of Banbury, 30 hour movement, the 12 inch dial within a brass mounted culm and swan neck pediment hood, 210cm high £200 - £300

259 259. An Art Deco malachite and chrome timepiece, circa 1930, the square silvered clock face with luminescent Arabic numerals, on a table base, Swiss 8 day movement, 6.5cm high £250 - £300 260. A 19th Century Brass Cased Carriage Clock, enamel dial with black painted face and with alarm mechanism, 15cm high including handle £40 - £60 261. A Victorian silver manual winding clock, the Rococo style frame by Louis Dee, London 1880, the silver back also engraved ‘Jones, Paris 23 Boulevard des Capucines & 41 St James’s Street, London’ - Thomas Jones was a luxury retailer trading between 1877 and 1905, 24cm high, marks and hallmarked £600 - £800 262. A 19th century black slate and bronze mounted mantle clock, circa 1899, Classical form with columns, surmounted by a sculpture by Auguste Moreau, of putti and lion, below a relief moulded frieze of processing figures, 53cm high Note: presented to J F Byrne, cricketer and rugby player, owner of the Manor Rubber Mills (later Dunlop) on his return from Kimberley SA, after the siege of 1900. £200 - £400

266 266. A 19th century French Boulle work and ormolu mounted clock, bombe form, the 3.5 inch white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, within a tortoiseshell and gilt brass foliate scroll case, on four cabriole bracket feet, the glazed aperture with cast head pendulum, 8 day movement, surmounted by a flame finial, 35cm high £300 - £500

263. An early 18th century hook and spike wall clock, by John Washbourne Senior of Gloucester (1707-1729), brass dial and single fusee movement, with two weights and pendulum, and painted wood bracket, signed on dial, dial 26cm x 26cm £600 - £800

267. An Aesthetic Movement ebonised bracket clock, in the style of Lewis Foreman Day, circa 1880, the 5 inch blue and white ceramic dial with Arabic numerals and prunus blossom, within a Japanesque rattan effect and geometric carved case with galleried top, 33cm high £80 - £120

264. A George III oak longcase clock, William Gardner of Penrith, 8 day movement, the 12 inch dial within a classical case of brass mounted fluted columns and swan neck pediment with blind fret decoration, 216cm high £300 - £500

268. A George III mahogany and satinwood strung banjo barometer, Kalabergo of Banbury, silvered dial, inlaid with shell cartouches, surmounted by a broken pediment, 98cm high £180 - £220 269. A Pozzi & Maffia barometer, in inlaid mahogany case, 96cm long £100 - £150

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PICTURES 270. John Ogilby, strip map Salisbury to Campden, engraving circa 1675, 35cm x 45cm, framed £80 - £120 271. Henry Ryalnd (1856-1924), Ruth in the Cornfield, lithograph, signed in the plate, 40cm x 19cm, framed £80 - £120

276. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), Snake Charmer (M.B. 14), coloured woodblock print, signed and titled, 13.5cm x 18cm £150 - £250 277. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), House Tops (M.B. 21), coloured woodblock print, signed and titled, 23cm x 22cm £150 - £250

272. A French Art Nouveau paper poster, circa 1890, printed with a woman, blank surface for personalisation, 99cm x 66cm £50 - £80

278. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), Christ Healing the Sick (Shillito 10), woodblock print, signed, 27cm x 24cm, framed £80 - £120

273. John Hassall (1868-1948), two Drury Lane Pantomime posters, Cinderella and The Babes in the Wood, published by Johnson, Riddle and Co., 48cm x 72cm, framed (2) £100 - £200

279. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Dome of St Paul’s, engraving, 1927, signed, from an edition of 75, 29cm x 38cm, framed £150 - £250

274. † Roland Langmaid (1897-1956), Southbound, etching published circa 1925, Academy Proof stamp, signed, 16.5cm x 34cm, together with another nautical etching, signed, 14cm x 22.5cm, both framed (2) £100 - £150 275. Mabel Royds (1874-1941), Honeysuckle (M.B. 51), coloured woodblock print, signed, 21cm x 17cm, unframed £250 - £350

280 280. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Les Baux de Provence, etching 1937, signed, titled and dated, plate 213, edition of 100 proofs, 22cm x 37cm £60 - £80 281. Alfred Louis Brunet Debaines (1845-1939), Fountains Abbey, etching 1885, titles, signed in the plate, 22cm x 17cm, unframed £20 - £40 282. After Sir Frank Brangwyn RA (1867-1956), Orphelinat des Armees II, lithograph after the original War poster, from La Guerre Documentee, Paris: Schwarz, 26cm x 18cm, unframed £30 - £50 275

283. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Street in Uzes and Church at Perros, two etchings, 1924 and 1930s, signed in plate, estate stamps and numbers 8 of 10, Tr1, 25cm x 33cm, unframed (2) £30 - £50 284. Powys Evans [Quiz] (1899-1981), Mr Neville Chamberlain 1922 and Cabinet Pudding November 1924, two etchings, produced for the Saturday Review, 26cm x 17cm, mounted, unframed (2) £40 - £70 285. Frank Brangwyn, An English Portfolio, 1934, London: Hodder and Stoughton, The Bookman, six colour prints in folder £30 - £50 286. The Woodcut, An Annual, 1929, No. 3, London: Fleuron Ltd, with original woodcuts and prints by John Nash etc £140 - £180

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287. Dame Laura Knight RA (1877-1970), The Unfortunate (Bolling 37), etching and aquatint from an edition of approx. 20, signed, 36cm x 37cm, unframed £200 - £400

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288. Sir Frank Brangwyn RA (1867-1956), Sketch for St John (O359), lithograph from the Brangwyn Portfolio 1927, number 99, published by E F d’Alignan and Paul Turpin, 19cm x 24cm, unframed, together with Men with Hatchets (D. 1574), lithograph from the Brangwyn Portfolio 1927, number 63, published by E F d’Alignan and Paul Turpin, 38cm x 29cm, unframed (2) £50 - £80

292. Mary Fedden RA (1915-2012), Red Sunset, 1994, print, signed and numbered 237 of 500, printed by Bow Art on embossed paper 2000, 29cm x 36cm, unframed £70 - £90

289. W Holmes May (19th/20th Century), Terrace at Haddon Hall, etching, signed in plate and dated 1881, with preface and poem, 17cm x 24cm, unframed £20 - £30 290. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Collioure Harbour and Vaison La Romaine, two etchings, 1919, signed in plate, numbered 10 of 20 and 8 of 20, 20cm x 33cm, unframed (2) £30 - £50

293 293. Mary Fedden RA (1915-2012), The Orange Mug, 1996, print, signed and numbered 267 of 550, printed by Bow Art on embossed paper 1996, 23cm x 27cm, unframed £70 - £90 294. Mary Fedden RA (1915-2012), The Tabac Jar (No.2), 1996, print, signed and numbered 483 of 550, printed by Bow Art on embossed paper 1996, 23cm x 29cm, unframed £70 - £90

291 291. Mary Fedden RA (1915-2012), Whitby Harbour, 2003, print, signed and numbered 208 of 250, printed by A B Art Ltd on embossed paper 2003, 38cm x 29.5cm, unframed £100 - £120 295 295. Mary Fedden RA (1915-2012), Cat on a Cornish Beach, 1991, print, signed and numbered 144 of 500, printed by Bow Art on embossed paper 2000, 21cm x 40cm, unframed £70 - £90 296. Bernard Dunstan RA (b.1920), Seated Nude, monochrome etching, signed and numbered 43 of 50, 23cm x 29cm, framed £40 - £60

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303 303. M. E. Warden, Estuary Scene with Boats and Figures, watercolour , signed and dated 1909, unframed 50cm x 30cm £20 - £40 297 297. Tomas O’Ciobhain (20th century), Istigh sa Chon, etching and aquatint, signed and numbered 30 of 30, 13cm x 17cm, framed £20 - £40

304. PreRaphaelite School, Portrait, red pencil, 34cm x 23cm, framed £100 - £150 305. PreRaphaelite School, Portrait of a Woman, probably Fanny Cornforth, watercolour, 19cm x 15cm, framed £100 - £150 306. Michael Lyne (1912-1989), Jersey Cows, watercolour, unsigned from studio collection, 31cm x 45cm, framed £120 - £160 307. Arthur Reginald Willett (1868-1951), River Landscape, watercolour, signed, 58cm x 47cm, framed £60 - £80

298 298. Howard Hodgkin (1932-2017), After Lunch, print, 1980, signed and numbered 44 of 100, 57cm x 76cm, framed £1000 - £1500 299. Ricciardo Meacci (1856-c.1940), An Italian Renaisance Scene, watercolour, signed, 21cm x 33cm, framed £300 - £400 300. Guy Malet (1900-1973), Near Priddy, watercolour, 21cm x 26cm £30 - £50 301. Ethel Kirkpatrick (1869-1966), Surrey Commercial Docks, watercolour, signed, dated 1921, 37cm x 27cm, unframed £120 - £180 302. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Sorrento, watercolour, signed and dated 1910, 26cm x 36cm, together with another, Florence, watercolour, signed and dated 1910, 25.5cm x 35.5cm (2) £100 - £150

308 308. Felix Janse (18th/19th century), French Waiters, pastel, signed, 53cm x 35cm, framed, provenance: Prof Marcelle Vermeglen, head teacher Paris School of Art £200 - £300 309. William Thornton Brocklebank (1882-1970), Kendal, pastel, monogrammed and titled, 17.5cm x 26cm, together with two similar landscape examples, all mounted (3) £200 - £300 310. British School (19th century), Portrait of a Gentleman, watercolour, unsigned, 29cm x 24cm, gilt framed (91cm x 73cm) £80 - £120

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311. Italian School (18th/19th century), The Bay of Naples, ink drawing, indistinctly signed, 10cm x 43cm, framed £100 - £150 312. George Nattress (fl.1866-1888), Rouen Cathedral, Toure de Beurre, watercolour, monogram, 28.5cm x 17cm, framed £120 - £180

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319. J. Soper (20th century), A pair of paintings depicting Parisian Street Scenes, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 21cm x 26cm (2) £300 - £500 320. Charles McCall (1907-1989), Near Ballachulish, oil on board, signed and dated 64, 30cm x 23cm, framed £250 - £350

313. John Crowther (fl.1876-1900), Gors Horloge at Rouen, watercolour, signed, 28cm x 16cm, framed £80 - £120 314. Peter Partington SWLA (b.1941), Puffins on Skokholm, watercolour, signed, 27cm x 17cm, framed £200 - £300 315. † Sir William Russell Flint RA (1880-1969), Bolton Abbey, pencil and watercolour wash, signed, 19cm x 28cm, framed £200 - £300

321 321. John Yardley (b.1933), The Market at Ross, watercolour, signed, 34cm x 47cm, framed £400 - £600

316 316. Eileen Soper (1905-1990), E P Thompson, watercolour portrait, together with Major Frank Thompson, portrait, a pair, signed, 26cm x 22cm and 24cm x 21cm, framed (2) £200 - £300 317. Alexander Charles Jones (b.1959), Horses Training, watercolour, signed, 18cm x 14cm, framed £40 - £70 318. Mary Browning (20th century), Portrait of a King Charles Spaniel, pastel, signed, 44cm x 48cm, framed £40 - £60

322. Guy Malet (1900-1973), Landscape Studies, four charcoal and pencil drawings, one signed, 24cm x 32.5cm, unframed (4) Provenance: Sulis Fine Art £50 - £80 323. Frank Taylor (20th century), Bog Near Bowes Moor, watercolour, signed, 27cm x 34cm, unframed £20 - £30 324. Ian Strang (1886-1952), Florence, watercolour, signed and dated 1910, 25.5cm x 35.5cm, unframed £100 - £150 325. 19th Century School, Bathsheba, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly verso, 112cm x 90cm, framed £300 - £500

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328. Irish School (18th century), Portrait of Mary Jane O’Hara, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated 1792, 67cm x 55cm, framed Note: label verso ‘Mary Jane O’Hara, second daughter of the Right Hon Richard Jackson of Jackson Hall, Coleraine & his wife the Hon Anne O’Neill, only daughter of Charles O’Neill of Thame’s Castle’ £300 - £500

326 326. Attributed to Anton Enzinger (1683-1768), Hunting Dog with Rabbit, oil on panel and its companion, Hunting Dog Stalking Pheasant, a pair, one inscribed verso, 19cm x 27cm, framed (2) £800 - £1200 327. In the manner of Benjamin Williams Leader RA, (British, 1831-1923), Gathering the Corn, oil on canvas, unframed 36 x 46cm, signature and date lower left (indistinct) £300 - £500

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329 329. In the Style of J W Waterhouse, a pre Raphaelite study of a female nude leaning with one arm outstretched, oil on canvas, mounted in cream and gilt frame, unsigned, 76cm x 66cm £800 - £1000

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330. 20th Century, PreRaphaelite school, Lovers Courting, oil on canvas, 49cm x 39cm, framed £50 - £80 331. British School (mid 20th century), Nude Study, oil on canvas, unsigned, 49cm x 39cm, framed £70 - £90 332. In the style of Cornelis Pietersz Bega, Hunting Party at the Tavern, 20th century, oil on board, 60cm x 90cm, gilt framed £200 - £300 333. † Pam Carter (b.1952), Paddling in June, oil on canvas, signed, titled verso, 23cm x 29cm, framed £200 - £300 334. † Davy Brown (b.1950), Houses on the Hill, oil on board, signed, dated 2003 verso, 29cm x 29cm, framed £300 - £400 341 335. † Lynn Poland (20th century), Sparky Gives Chase, watercolour, monogrammed, 56cm x 112cm, framed £150 - £250 336. † Paine Proffett (b.1972), The Waiter, oil, unsigned, 91cm x 71cm, framed £150 - £250 337. Mary Martin (b.1951), Summer Field with Hawkweed, oil on canvas, monogrammed and dated July 1984, 91cm x 76cm, unframed £350 - £550

341. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Cafe Terraza, oil on canvas, signed, 81cm x116cm, framed £400 - £600 342. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Sail Away, oil on canvas, signed, 60cm x72cm, framed £400 - £600 343. William Stanley Moore (1914-1997), Group of Four Portraits Including a Self-Portrait, oil on canvas, signed, 60cm x 50cm largest, unframed (4) £100 - £150 344. British School (20th century), Portfolio of Ten Nudes, unsigned, 64cm x 50cm largest, unframed (10) £80 - £120

345 338 338. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Nude Study, oil on board, unsigned, 58cm x 48cm, framed £120 - £160 339. William Stanley Moore (1914-1997), Portrait of a Young Woman, oil on board, signed, 73cm x 48cm, framed £60 - £80 340. Clive Frederickson (20th/21st century), Koi Carp, oil on canvas, 93cm x 82cm, signed and dated 2011, unframed £40 - £60

345. Charles Riley, Watering the Plant, oil on canvas, monogrammed, 36cm x 30cm, framed £140 - £200 346. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Tomorrow Tomorrow, oil on board, signed, 60cm x 50cm, framed £150 - £200 347. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927), Portrait of a Young Woman, oil on board, signed, 60cm x 50cm, framed £150 - £200 348. Sandra Wood (b. 1960), Landscape with Shepherd, oil on board, signed, 9cm x 11cm, framed £20 - £30

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349. John Davison Liddell (1859-1942), Bamburgh Castle, oil on board, signed and dated 1924, 17cm x 38cm, framed £100 - £150 350. Andrew Smith (b.1936), Departure, oil on card, inscribed verso, 1993, 27cm x 35cm, framed £50 - £70 351. James Harrigan (b.1937), Pruning Olives, oil on board, signed, 29cm x 39cm, framed £300 - £400 352. Ken Walch (20th century), Village Street, oil on board, signed and dated 78, 56cm x 37cm, framed £70 - £90 353. 20th century, Towards City Hall, acrylic, indistinctly signed, 60cm x 60cm, unframed £150 - £250 354. Julian Melgrave (20th century), Nude Study, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1958, 50cm x 90cm, unframed £30 - £40 359 355. British School, Still Life, oil on canvas, unsigned, 61cm x 61cm, unframed £20 - £30 356. Sylvester Stannard (1870-1951), Harvest, watercolour, signed, 35cm x 52cm, framed £140 - £200 357. British School, The Quartet, oil on board, unsigned, 50cm x 75cm, framed £80 - £120 358. David Feather (b.1952), Woodcock on a post, oil on canvas, 29cm x 24cm, framed £250 - £350

359. Olwen Tarrant FROI (b.1927),Terraza by the Sea, oil on board, signed, 55cm x 65cm, framed £250 - £300

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360. 20th Century School, Mysterious Landscape, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 84cm x 79cm, framed £80 - £120 361. Nikolai Dubovik (b.1960) / Moscow School, Summer 1995, oil on canvas, signed, titled verso, 37cm x 48cm, framed £100 - £150

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WINE 362. Chateau Lascombes, Margaux, 1982, half case (6) £300 - £400

375. Bells Royal Reserve 20 year old whisky, wade ceramic decanter, 75cl £50 - £80 376. Bells Royal Commemorative Scotch whisky, a group of five variously sized ceramic decanters, commemorating the births of Prince William and Prince Harry, the 60th birthday of Queen Elizabeth and the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer (5) £100 - £120 377. Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky, Mary Queen of Scots, ceramic flagon, 75cl £50 - £80 378. The Famous Grouse Malt whisky, 1992, bottled in case, 70cl £10 - £20

363 363. Quinta do Noval LB Port, three bottles, each 75cl (3) £70 - £90 364. Cockburns Vintage Port, 1997, case, OWC (12) £400 - £600 365. Cockburns Vintage Port, 1997, case, OWC (12) £400 - £600

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366. Haig Gold Label whisky, circa 1950, 70 degree proof £50 - £80

379. Gevrey Chambertin, 1982, Savigny-lès-Beaune, 75cl £50 - £70

367. Royal Salute 21 year old Scotch whisky, ceramic decanter, 75cl £60 - £70 368. Rutherford’s 12 year old Scotch whisky, a group of five variously sized ceramic flagons (5) £40 - £60 369. Buchanan ‘Deluxe’ Scotch whisky, ceramic decanter, 75cl £40 - £50 370. Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky, Robert the Bruce, ceramic flagon, 75cl £50 - £80 371. Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky, Charles Edward Stuart, ceramic flagon, 75cl £50 - £80 372. Beneagles Scotch whisky, a group of six ceramic decanters modelled as birds of prey (6) £80 - £120 373. Pusser’s British Navy Rum, Wade ceramic ship’s decanter, 100cl £40 - £60 374. Lambs Navy Rum flagon, ‘to Celebrate the Marriage of HRH The Prince Andrew with Miss Sarah Ferguson on 23rd July 1986’, ceramic decanter, 75cl £30 - £40

380 380. Brut Imperial Moet & Chandon champagne, two bottles, one boxed, 75cl (2) £50 - £70

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THE SHENNAN COLLECTION OF SILVER MUSTARD POTS Part I: Thursday 3rd October 2019 Part II: Friday 6th December 2019 Part III: Thursday 5th March 2020


DAY TWO Friday 4th October


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381. A Pair of Chinese Famille Vert Baluster Vases and Covers, each decorated with floral motifs in polychrome enamels on white porcelain ground, the domed covers with shaped finials in gilt (gilt rubbed), 28cm high (2) £500 - £800 382. A blue and white plate, in the Ming style, decorated in the Jumping Boy pattern with arcades of the motif within a scroll ground, seal mark, 23cm diameter £30 - £50 383. A pair of Chinese blue and white sleeve vases, flared trumpet form, prunus grounds with lobed navette cartouches of watery landscape views, concentric ring marks, 26.5cm high £100 - £150 384. A Chinese craquelure vase, shouldered form with flared neck, white ground, 31cm high £40 - £70 385. A Chinese blue and white bowl, painted with central shell, Naking Cargo style, 11.5cm diameter £30 - £40 386. A large Chines blue and white charger, painted with figures playing a board game in a garden landscape, ogee border, 60cm diameter £300 - £500 383

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395 390. A Chinese famille rose triple gourd vase, Qianlong style, early 19th century Qing, green ground with foliate scrolls and ruyi head banding, painted with three naturalistic floral roundels with birds, between lotus flowers and character marks, 25cm high £200 - £400 387 387. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, probably 18th century, painted with a fire bird and dragon in a cloudy landscape, carved hardwood lid and base, concentric ring mark, ceramic 13cm high £60 - £80 388. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, Kangxi mark, painted with dogs in clouds, on a hardwood base, ceramic 16cm high £30 - £50

391. A large Chinese famille rose vase, shouldered form, relief moulded lizards to the neck and dog handles, painted with panels of alternating interior scenes and floral and bird decoration, in a gilt and green foliate scroll ground, 61cm high £600 - £800 392. A Chinese relief moulded florally encrusted vase, Qianlong, inverse baluster form, decorated with flower and fence and table plant between flowering branches, gilded, 25cm high £40 - £70

389. A Large Crackle Glazed Bowl decorated in brown and gilt enamels on a grey ground, the banding and circular lozenges depicting cherubs riding fish, raised on gilt scroll decorated foot, 30.5cm diameter £300 - £500

394 394. A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji, inverse baluster form with reticulated twin chrysanthemum handles, painted and heavily gilded with panels of Samurai in battle and domestic garden scenes, within a geometric fan and floral border, character marks, 14.5cm high £80 - £120 395. Six Chinese Ducai and enamelled bowls, Chenghua marks, variously decorated bell form with underglaze blue foliate scroll, dragon and garden designs highlighted in red enamel, six character marks, 7.5cm diameter (6) £60 - £80 396. A Chinese Blue and White Kraak Shipwreck Porcelain Dish, painted in underglaze blue with circular panel depicting a crane on pedestal surrounded by stylised chrysanthemum flowers enclosed by panels of alternating floral vignettes, 35.5cm diameter £300 - £500 393

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393. A Chinese Kangxi blue and white vase, inverse baluster form, painted with women in a garden landscape, 22cm high £70 - £100

397. A Pair of Chinese Famille Vert Baluster Vases and Covers, each decorated with floral motifs in polychrome enamels on white porcelain ground, the domed covers with shaped finials in gilt (gilt rubbed), 28cm high (2) £500 - £800

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398. A Chinese Qianlong mark blue and white vase, painted with panels of women in a garden landscape, between floral and foliate bands, four character mark, 29cm high £70 - £100 399. A Chinese famille rose small teapot and two cylindrical jars, Cantonese, probably 19th century, decorated with cartouches of figures in domestic landscapes, enamelled diaper ground, 9cm high £30 - £50 400. A Near Pair of Middle Eastern Glazed Ceramic two handled ewers, decorated in cobalt blue and ochre coloured enamels on a white ground, slab handles, circa 20th century, 41cm high (2) £500 - £800 401. A large matched pair of Chinese famille rose vases, 19th century or earlier, shouldered form with relief moulded lizard necks and dog and lizard handles, painted with panels of populated interiors and garden landscapes within gilded floral or sprigged grounds, 46.5cm high £300 - £500

403 403. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, painted in the prunus and cracked ice pattern, concentric ring mark, 12.5cm high £20 - £40

402. A pair of Chinese famille rose bowls, Guangxu mark and probably of the period 1875-1908, conical ogee form with cylindrical foot rim, painted with prunus blossom and a verse to the back of each, red six character mark, 5cm high, 8cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

404. An Imari charger, decorated with garden scenes, together with seven similar plates, charger 45cm diameter (8) £90 - £120

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409. A Chinese monochrome vase converted to a lamp base, purple glazed, mounted in metal, 44cm high £40 - £70 410. A large Chinese Export famille verte 棠尊 Haitangzun vase, Begonia-shaped, lobed sections with a concave neck and an everted floral rim standing on a low flaring foot, decorated in bright polychrome colours on a white ground with Oriental figures in a landscape, indistinct red mark to base, 58cm high £100 - £200 411. A Chinese blue and white bowl, Ming, ogee form, painted with prunus, 18cm diameter £300 - £400

405 405. A Japanese Kutani vase, square section form, painted with panels of birds and foliage, in between foliate border, 31cm high £40 - £60

412 412. A Chinese famille rose ginger jar, enamelled with lotus flowers on a blue foliate scroll ground, four character mark, 23cm high £50 - £80

406 406. A Chinese blue and white vase, Kangxi mark, baluster form, painted with two four-clawed dragons amidst flames, floral border to the neck, 23cm high £80 - £120 407. A Japanese Satsuma tea set, Meiji, including teapot, milk jug, sugar pot, six cups and saucers and six side plates, painted with Chrysanthemums, signed (23) £100 - £150

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408. A Chinese Ming blue and white dish, circa 1608, from the Binh Thuan shipwreck, central double phoenix within a cartouche and fishscale border, 25cm diameter £40 - £60

413. A large Oriental blue and white hexagonal vase of bulbous form decorated with warriors and dignitaries and trees beneath a blue border of radiating panels, 33cm high £200 - £400

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414. A large Chinese Export Armorial Monteith or Foot Bath, circa 18th century, decorated with continental arms between underglaze blue borders surmounted by floral sprays and flowers, 31.75cm high, 43.82cm wide, 52.07cm deep £2000 - £3000 415. A Chinese blue and white dish, 18th century, elongated octagonal form, painted with sprays of pomegranate and flowers, within a floral chain border, the rim with a continuous band of butterfly and scholars garden motifs, 43cm long, 33cm deep £80 - £120 416. A Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji, shouldered form, painted with a band of pagodas in a mountainous landscape, between maple tree ground, marked, 19.5cm high £40 - £70 417. A Chinese Export Porcelain Laughing Boy Incense Holder, circa 20th Century, modelled as a young boy holding a vase of flowers, decorated in coloured enamels and raised on a square plinth base decorated with floral motifs, 28cm high £400 - £600

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426. An Oriental blue and white dragon bowl, painted to the interior and exterior with clouds and creatures, character mark, 14.5cm diameter £30 - £50

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418. A pair of Chinese Doucai cups or tea bowls, Kangxi marks, footed bell form, painted with prunus and wild flowers, underglaze blue verses to the reverse, six character mark and concentric rings, 5cm high (2) £50 - £80

423. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, painted in the round with watery landscape with figures and buildings, 22cm high £80 - £120

419. A Chinese Export Famille Vert Rouleau Shaped Vase, circa 20th Century, decorated in coloured enamels with rose scrolling chrysanthemum borders interspersed with vase motifs, the two panels with scenes of huntsmen on horseback chasing deer and hare to one side and emperor to the other with bearers on horseback, printed mark to base, 42cm high £400 - £600 420. Chinese blue and white ceramics including Kangxi style moonfllask vase, charger and dishes, various marks, 20cm high £60 - £80 421. A large Iznik globe and shaft vase, together with a Moroccan faience pomegranate bowl, circa 1860, 33cm high, 26cm diameter (2) £150 - £200

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424 424. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, with reticulated hardwood cover, inverse baluster form, decorated in the round with a watery and mountain landscape scene, 24cm high £40 - £60

427. A Chinese Famille Rose Decorated Porcelain Vase, the red ground with turquoise rim, bearing Ching Kuang Hsli mark to base, 40.5cm high £300 - £500

425. A Pair of Chinese Porcelain Dragons decorated in gilt and coloured enamels on terracotta and gilt ground, 13cm high, 22cm long (2) £500 - £800

428 428. A Japanese Satsuma tea caddy, together with a miniature bowl, the caddy of cuboid form, enamelled with flowering plants and bird, signed, with inner cover and lid, 10.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

422 422. A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, painted with prunus blossom, 25cm high £80 - £120

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430. A Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Hotei Laughing Buddha, circa 20th Century, decorated in coloured enamels with gilt highlights with elaborately painted robe, the underside with stamped and impressed marks, 28.5cm high, (af - missing bead) £200 - £300 431. A Chinese blue and white jar, Qing, painted with prunus blossom, character marks with double rings, 23cm high, 21cm diameter £100 - £120

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432. A Chinese famille rose porcelain plaque, probably 18th century, painted with deities in a garden landscape with rocks and pine tree, 21.5cm x 14.5cm £80 - £120

429. A Chinese Porcelain Blanc de Chine Figurative Candlestick, the figure perched on a stylised tree stump with basket at their feet, the candle holder modelled as a lotus flower, 28cm high £200 - £300

433 433. A Chinese famille rose plaque, Cantonese, circular form, painted with alternating floral and domestic panels, within a gild and green folate scroll ground, 36.5cm diameter £80 - £120 434. A Japanese Satsuma bowl, Meiji, lobed form, painted to the interior with a watery landscape with prunus blossom, marked, 22cm diameter £40 - £70 430

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435 435. A large Persian faience blue and white vase, in the Ming style, probably 17th century or later, shouldered ovoid form, 31cm high £100 - £150

437 437. A large Japanese Imari twin handled vase, painted with panels of figures with a volcanic background, in between swimming goldfish, 67cm high £60 - £80

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436. A Chinese blue and white garlic head bottle vase, Qianlong mark, double gourd form, painted in the Three Abundances design, with flower and fruit specimens of pomegranate, peach, finger citron, lotus, chrysanthemum and prunus, between lappet and ruyi head borders, the neck with key motif above a foliate and floral band, the neck with scroll panel collar, the footed skirt painted with waves, underglaze seal mark, 20cm high £100 - £200

438. A pair of Chinese blue and white vases, square section baluster form, decorated with warriors, the handles moulded as dogs heads, 41cm high (2) £90 - £120

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ORIENTAL WORKS OF ART 445. A Japanese burr wood miniature chest of drawers, Meiji, with copper angles and straps, 33cm wide, 29cm high, 20cm deep £120 - £180 446. A pair of Japanese bronze and inlaid vases, late 19th century, elongated barrel form, decorated with cockerels perched on prunus branches, in silver, gilt and coloured enamels, incised marks to body, 17.5cm high (2) £180 - £220

439 439. Two Chinese carved hardwood stands, reticulated friezes, one with a five spoked wheel uniting S scroll legs, 18cm high, 15.5cm inset surface diameter, 22.5cm overall diameter £40 - £70 440. A 19th century Japanese Shibayama panel, modelled with two doves on a branch with blossom above, in bone, wood and abalone, 90cm x 48cm £100 - £200 447 447. A Chinese cloisonné enamelled box and cover, 19th century, squat ovoid form, the lid decorated with a stylised flowering plant with three buds and foliate scroll leaves, on a black spiral carpet ground, turquoise enamel interior, 12cm diameter, 7.5cm high, 323g £40 - £70 448. An Oriental hardstone and white metal jug, filigree decorated and applied with dragons, phoenix and butterflies, 13cm high £30 - £50 441 441. Four Chinese carved hardwood figures, modelled as deities and old men, 21.5cm high (4) £50 - £80

449. A Chinese green stone carving of a deity, 20cm high £30 - £40

442. A pair of Chinese carved hardwood figures, 19th century, modelled as old men with teapots, one taking snuff, on reticulated rocky prunus bases, 24cm high (2) £60 - £80

443 443. A Chinese hardwood toilet chest, fitted with white metal mounts, two drawers and a double hinged lid with mirror, 19cm wide, 25cm deep, 14.5cm high £50 - £80 450 444. A 19th century or earlier Chinese carved ivory chess set, realistically modelled, as Oriental and European monarchs, each on reticulated ball pedestals and lotus lappet bases, king 12cm high £200 - £400

450. A pair of 19th century Japanese ivory shibayama tusk vases, Meiji, carved and inlaid with mother of pearl, horn and wood flowers and birds in branches, on reticulated hardwood bases, 44cm high (2) £800 - £1200

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451. λ A 19th century carved ivory finger citron, the interior modelled in relief with a quarry scene and monster devouring a man, 15cm long £200 - £300 452. A large Chinese lignite or black lacquer resin brush pot, carved with a wrythen dragon to one side, 30.5cm high £40 - £70 453. A Chinese bronze censor, Xuande mark, squat baluster form, incised with figures in combat and a noble in a boat, twin cast handles, the mark within a border of dragons, 24cm wide, 2.24kg, with wooden stand £40 - £60

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454. A Chinese bamboo lidded brush pot, carved and blind reticulated with alternating phoenix birds and landscape vignettes, 16cm high £100 - £150

456. A Japanese Shibayama gold lacquered vase, Meiji, shouldered form on integrated ogee bracket base, decorated with two relief moulded cartouches of man and tiger in wilderness and still life with censer and pomegranates, within a tooled gilt foliate and roundel ground, 25cm high £400 - £600

455 455. A Pair of Chinese Spinach Green Jade Carved Bird Vases, circa 20th century, the carved stylised phoenix bird with square stepped funnel vase with leaf and scroll decoration, raised on carved wooden bases, losses to bases, 17cm high (2) £300 - £500

457 457. A Persian Cairoware brass, silver and copper vase, 19th century or earlier, multi stepped shouldered form, embossed and punch decorated and inlaid with Islamic Arabic script within ogee cartouches and rope bands, between knotted motifs, 25cm high £70 - £100

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462 462. A Chinese carved jade brush rest, modelled as rat and squirrel with fruit on russet leaves, on a carved hardwood base, 8.5cm long £200 - £300 463. A 19th century Chinese carved ivory box and a graduated bead necklace, the box modelled in relief as dragons in clouds, 5.5cm diameter, 44cm long, beads 1cm to 2cm diameter £40 - £60

466 466. A Chinese embroidered panel, probably 18th century, the central still life roundel of vases, censer and flowers, within a ground of floral sprays, temples, bat, stork and deer, 48cm x 34cm £60 - £80 467. A Chinese Jade Carving of a Finger Citron, pale white and brown tones, 7cm high £100 - £200

458 458. A 19th century Chinese carved ivory tusk jug, modelled in relief with grotesque figures in a textured naturalistic ground, glass base, 25.5cm high £150 - £250 459. A collection of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, 18th or later, various shapes, some reticulated, engraved with foliate and landscape scenes (approx. 100) £130 - £150 460. A pair of Chinese woven silk pictures, Kuo Hwa Silk Weaving Factory, Hanchow, China, circa 19935 and 1939, including Pai Sha White Sand Causeway, 40cm x 60cm, framed (2) £40 - £70

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464. A Chinese gold thread embroidered panel, probably 18th century, depicting a vase with flowering peony , pomegranate, bat and cockerel, laid on recent backing, together with a another panel on silk damask, with butterflies and dragonfly, 21cm x 13cm and 55cm x 14cm, framed (2) £50 - £80

468. A Chinese Jade Horse, the finely carved recumbent horse, its head turned back surveying a small monkey on its back holding the horses tail, 5.5cm high, 7.5cm long £100 - £200

465. A pair of Chinese gold thread embroidered fabric panels, peony and chrysanthemum flowers with butterflies, on silk, 55cm x 10cm, framed (2) £50 - £80

461 461. A Chinese Green Jade Carving of a Miniature Dragon, 20th century, 5.4cm long £20 - £40

469. A Japanese overlaid bamboo box and cover, 19th century, octagonal form, penwork style decoration to lid and and side panels, depicting landscape scenes, with inner tray, 9.5cm high, 23cm long, 23cm wide £200 - £300 470. A Chinese Export Silver Cigarette Box, circa 20th century, the rectangular box with repouse bamboo decoration, hinged lid opening to reveal wooden veneer lined interior, marks to base, 5.5cm x 19.5c x 9cm £200 - £400

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471. A Japanese Ivory, Bronze and Wood Okimono of a Carpenter, early 20th century, the carpenter hunched over with large saw cutting wood on sloping plinth, his body and robes in bronze, with cast four character seal mark, 16cm high, 30cm long £400 - £600 472. A Chinese silk and gold thread embroidered shawl, circa 1930s, decorated with leaves and floral bouquets, 133cm square £80 - £120 473. A pair of Oriental bronze vases, relief moulded prunus decoration, 41cm high (2) £80 - £120

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474 474. A group of nine Chinese onyx stone carvings of Archer rings, tallest 3cm high (9) £80 - £120

475. A Japanese Hakone parquetry small chest of five short over one long drawers, each with different geometric pattern, in specimen woods, 30cm wide, 30cm high, 13cm deep £80 - £120 476. A Pair of Japanese Meiji Period Patinated Bronze and Mixed Metal Baluster Vases, circa 1900, the body decorated with birds in flight, and with dragon decorated frieze to the base of the neck, marks to base, 28cm high (2) £600 - £800 477. A Pair of Large Chinese Cloisonné Enamel Models of Cranes, circa 20th century, each with long gilt coloured legs and the plumage decorated in coloured enamels, 69cm high (2) £600 - £800

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478. Three wood carved Chinese figures, depicting a pair of sages and a parent and child riding a buffalo, sages 30cm high (3) £50 - £70 479. A Silver-Gilt Filigree and Enamel Dragon, Chinese, early 20th century, modelled as a writhing dragon in battle with a dragonfish, both decorated in gilt and coloured enamels, and mounted on lacquered wooden base modelled as waves, hallmarked ‘silver 925’, 25cm high £600 - £800 480. A Japanese bronze vase, 19th century, inverse baluster form, relief moulded with leaves and an applied scorpion, the handle in the form of a branch, 30cm high £80 - £120 481. Four Chinese Cloisonne vases, 20th century, with five napkin rings, all decorated with floral designs, 36cm tallest (9) £60 - £80

486 486. Three Persian metal vessels, including two boxes, engraved with Islamic and Arabic script and foliate motifs, and a white metal hanging censer or lamp, 13cm diameter (3) £30 - £50

482 482. A Chinese bronze censer, quatrelobed section ogee form, cast in relief with cartouches of animated warriors and figures in garden scenes, on a geometric ground, etched with floral border, on four bracket feet, four character seal mark, 21.5cm long, 1.29kg £50 - £80 483. An Oriental bronze figure of a man on a horse, probably 19th century Chinese, 37cm high £70 - £100 484. A collection of Persian metalware, including Cairoware tray, copper with silver inlay, together with embossed bowl, etched white metal dish and repousse decorated brass bow wih Arabic script to the centre base, 39cm diameter (4) £40 - £70

487 487. A 19th century or earlier Persian Cairoware brass and silver overlay incense burner and cover, the cylindrical dish with Islamic script, supported on three open foliate and slender pad foot legs, the reticulated onion dome chased and embossed with alternating cartouches of knotted flowering tendrils and Arabic symbols, all on a heavily tooled ground, surmounted by a crescent, 23cm high £80 - £120 488. An Oriental bronze figure of a water buffalo, modelled standing, 15cm high, 26cm long £40 - £70 489. A 19th century Middle Eastern Arabic dallah coffee pot, copper, Islamic form, stamped and embossed with floral motifs, cast with birds to the hinged spout cover and the lid, above a reticulated band, 32cm high £40 - £70

485 485. A Chinese bronze censer, with a reticulated cover, three footed ovoid form, 11cm diameter, 507g £40 - £70

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492. A 19th century Indian miniature ivory elephant, embellished in a gilt metal and jewelled ceremonial costume, supporting a lamp in the form of a howdah, cased, including lamp 5.5cm high £60 - £80 493. A Chinese jade carving of a boy on the back of a dragon, 8cm £300 - £500 494. λ A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji, reticulated and modelled as two men pruning a bonsai tree, 8cm long £50 - £80 495. λ A 19th century Japanese ivory netsuke, Meiji, modelled as a sleeping man, 6cm long £50 - £80 496. λ A 19th century Japanese carved ivory okimono, Meiji, modelled as a sitting man with temple and bowl, 4cm £50 - £80

490 490. A large pair of Japanese bronze vases, Meiji, melon and shaft form, heavily cast in relief with rosettes and foliate cartouches to each lobed body section, below a neck of geometric key and wheel lappets and central facing dragon cartouches, flanked by realistically modelled dragon handles, all on an archaic finely cast geometric leiwen knotted ground, seal marks to each, 40cm high (2) £300 - £500

497 497. λ A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono, Meiji, modelled as a father and son, 15cm high £80 - £120

498 498. An ivory cricket cage, Chinese circa 19th century, of oval form, pierced and carved with geometric designs, floral motif to each end, 7.5cm long £60 - £80 491 491. A set of four Hindu gouache paintings, 19th century or earlier, depicting various deities allegorical scenes, including Rama and Hanuman, Krishna, Nandi bull and Shiva, writing and labels verso, 32.5cm x 23cm, unframed (4) £100 - £200

499. An antique ivory tribal bangle, possibly West of Central African, circa 19th century, of oval form, cracks and fissures, 12 x 9.5cm £100 - £200 500. A large fan, Chinese circa 20th century, the frame of lacquered bamboo with gilt highlights, the paper leaf hand -painted with bamboo motifs and Chinese calligraphy 117cm long £150 - £250

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WORKS OF ART AND LIGHTING

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501. A 19th century sampler by Mary Slingsby, aged 11, 1815, decorated with a church, floral and butterflies, framed, 44cm x 38cm £350 - £450

504. A rare 19th century verse sampler by Margaret Winkley, aged 9, circa 1830, decorated with an all seeing eye looking over a country house, framed, 66cm x 56cm, provenance: plate 36 from Samplers by Susan Mayor and Diana Fowle, part of the Swamethan Collection £500 - £700

502. A verse sampler by Elizabeth Street, aged 11, 1836, copied by her daughter Grace Evelyn Rollason in 1928, framed and glazed, 32cm x 32cm £60 - £80

505. A 19th century verse sampler by Ann Bevan, when in the blue school Ross 1804, decorated with school façade, framed, 37cm x 30cm Note: Walter Scott Charity School, Old Gloucester Road, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire £400 - £600 506. An alphabet sampler by Fanny Rodbard, aged 10, circa 1800, decorated with a row of coronet, framed, 41cm x 31cm £200 - £300

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503. A 19th century alphabet sampler, 1746, framed, 43cm x 20cm, provenance: plate 11 from Samplers by Susan Mayor and Diana Fowle, part of the Swamethan Collection £400 - £600

507. A 19th century Welsh alphabet sampler by Eleanor Jones, aged 14, 1843, framed, 46cm x 43cm £400 - £600

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508. A verse sampler by Mary Ann Elizabeth Crossley, aged 9, circa 1800, framed, 40cm x 33cm £200 - £300 509. Two alphabet samplers, one by Hannah Breeze, probably 1833, both framed and glazed, largest 34cm x 24cm (2)£60 - £80

521 521. A French champlevé enamelled gilt bronze ink stand, in the Persian style, circa 1860, the conical well supported on four bracket feet over a twin handled tray, 10cm high £100 - £200 522. A set of Victorian gilt brass and champlevé enamelled postage scales, each plate with blue knotted foliate wreath, with six graduated weights, 18cm wide £80 - £120 510 510. A 19th century verse sampler by Ellen Mitchell, 1836, ‘Christ’s Invitation’, framed, 39cm x 37cm £500 - £700

523. A Woodrow and Sons black silk top hat, in Morrocan leather and silk lined leather hat box, 20.5cm x 16.5cm, inner circumference approx. 58cm, size 7 1/8, height from brim 15cm £100 - £200

511. An 18th century sampler, by MP aged 13, 1733, framed and glazed, 46cm x 22cm £400 - £600 512. A Caucasian rug, brick red ground fringed and bordered, with central medallion pattern, 123cm x 169cm £70 - £90 513. A large Persian pink, blue and green ground fringed and bordered rug, central medallion within multiple geometric borders £80 - £120 514. A Kazak cream, blue and crimson corridor runner, 79cm x 320cm £200 - £300

524 524. A pair of 19th century French ormolu candelabra, twin branch, Rococo foliate scroll casting with central leafy cluster, removable sconces, 16.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

515. An Iranian dark red, blue and cream ground fringed and bordered rug, Mehriban design, 92cm x 140cm £100 - £150 516. A Caucasian blue and cream ground corridor runner, with floral and petal ground within a three banded border, 77.5cm x 358cm £200 - £300 517. A Caucasian black and cream ground fringed and bordered corridor runner, with star design central pole medallion and scorpion ground, within a three banded cream zig zag rim, 77cm x 371cm £150 - £200 518. A Persian style deep red ground corridor runner, 20th century, with all over stylised flower head design within a three banded flower head and tarantula border, 80cm x 249cm £120 - £180 519. A large Persian rug, scrolled floral motifs on a blue ground, 280cm x 360cm £200 - £300 520. A nephrite stone jewellery box, rectangular form, on ogee bracket feet, hinged lid decorated with gilt metal crawling lizard, 6cm high, 9.5cm long, 6.5cm wide £100 - £150

525 525. A 19th century marine ivory and whale bone walking stick, the carved spiral whalebone cane shaft with diaper decoration to the top, surmounted by a facet cut pommel knop with disks of horn, 82.5cm long £300 - £500

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526. A group of four Rolls-Royce ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ car mascots, one silver sterling made in Brazil, two glass, and one stone, with three plinths, tallest mascot 16cm high, contained in an aluminium suitcase (8) £200 - £300

531. A set of Edwardian scales by W&T Avery Ltd Birmingham, oak body with brass fittings, 26cm high, 51cm long, 32cm wide £50 - £70

532 532. A 19th century or earlier turned treen bowl, fruitwood with concentric banding, 35cm diameter £150 - £200 533. Three Victorian cast iron door stops, one modelled as lion with ring handle as a tail, highest 28cm (3) £60 - £80

527 527. A Hasselblad Xpan camera with Hasselblad 4/45 lens, with bag £1500 - £2500 528. Dorothy Hilton, a patch work quilt, 1975, embroidered initials and date, 260cm square £200 - £400

534. A mid 19th century mahogany vanity case inlaid with brass edging, containing silver topped glass bottles, William Tween & Frederick Purnell, London 1865, 17.5cm high, 32cm long, 23.5cm wide £320 - £420 535. A Hand Carved Wooden Nutcracker in the form of an owl with glass eyes, late 19th/early 20th century, 20cm long £40 - £60

529. A 19th century taxidermy group of barn owl and tawny owl, in glazed case, 51cm x 45cm £40 - £70

536 536. Huntley and Palmers, a Guardsman biscuit tin, circa 1956, cuboid form, modelled as a soldier, 21.5cm high £40 - £60

537 530 530. A 19th century lead garden sculpture, modelled as a putto, sitting on a plinth, holding a conch shell to his head, 72cm high £800 - £1200

537. A Scandinavian caved wooden kasa or drinking vessel, modelled with grotesque heads for handles, hand-painted with text to the side, base monogrammed, including handles 28cm long £200 - £300

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538. A large African tribal mask, 20th century, 60cm high £100 - £200 539. A pre-Columbian earthenware bowl, footed form, painted with wild animals, 16.5cm wide £80 - £120 540. A Congolese ritual knife, Luba or Baluba, leaf-shaped blade and wooden hilt in a two piece wooden scabbard with lion hair tassel, blade 30cm long £130 - £160 541. A 19th century lead figural tazza, modelled as a putto holding a conch shell above his head, togther with a lead figure figure, tazza 29cm high (2) £80 - £120 542. An Art Deco ebony and bone strung box, cuboid form, boxwood lined, 18cm wide, 6cm high, 10.5cm deep £30 - £50

548 549. Lives of the Saints, or Abbreviation of the History of Fathers, Martyrs and Other Saints, for all the Days of the Year, first volume, published by J.-J. Blaise Paris 1825, featuring hundreds of engravings, translated from ‘Vies des saints, ou abrege de l’histoire des peres, des martyrs et autres saints, pour tous les jours de l’annee; avec une pratique et une priere a la fin de chaque vie, et des instructions sur les dimanches et fetes mobiles’ £50 - £70 550. Harmsworth Atlas and Gazetteer, published in London, featuring 500 maps and diagrams in colour, with commericial statistics and gazetteer index of 105,000 names £50 - £70 551. William Kitchener M.D., Practical Observations on Telescopes, Opera-Glasses and Spectacles, third edition London 1818, contemporary book cover with tissue guard £60 - £80

543. An Art Deco bakelite letter opener, circa 1930 in black with red tip inlaid with green band 22cm long £40 - £60 544. A Victorian ormolu and champlevé enamelled inkwell, circa 1860, the spherical container with hinged lid and twin ring handles, within a circular dish, engraved and decorated with turquoise and blue enamel, in the Persian Aesthetic style, signed Martin, Bradford and Scarborough, 16cm diameter £50 - £100 545. Talwyn Morris, five volumes of cloth bound Home Teacher (5) £50 - £80 546. Talwyn Morris, six volumes of cloth bound Thompsons Gardeners Assistant (6) £50 - £80 547. A Victorian Cast Iron Mechanical Table Bell modelled as a tortoise, the tortoiseshell back mounted on a cast metal body and legs hiding bell mechanism, 17cm long £150 - £200 548. Rowling, J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, first edition, published by Bloomsbury Publishing 1999 £200 - £300 552 552. A collection of Beatrix Pottery books, some first editions, including Samuel Whiskers 1926, Cecily Parsley’s Nursery Rhymes, Appley Dapply’s Nursery Rhymes, Miss Moppet, Mrs Tiggy-winkle, Squirrel Nutkin, Tom Kitten, Pigling Bland, Fierce Bad Rabbit, Timmy Tiptoes, Jeremy Fisher, Tale of Mr Tod, Pie and the Patty Pan, Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Flopsy Bunnies, Johnny Town Mouse, Two Bad Mice, Jemima Puddleduck, Ginger and Pickles, Mrs Tittlemouse etc. all F Warne and Co., some with copyright dates to reverse of title pages form 1903 onwards, colour illustrations, card bound covers £80 - £120 549

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556. A cricket inter-war autograph book, including the signatures of Durham County and Australia team from a 1926 match won by the latter by an innings and 81 runs, the New Zealand team of 1927, and the Yorkshire County and West Indies team from a 1928 match £400 - £600 557. A bronze trophy plaque for Progress in Photography south western centre, base with brass plate showing winners from 1945 through to 1971 £100 - £150

553 553. A German Tippco tinplate plane, circa 1933, clockwork mechanism and rotating front propeller, numbered 1425 on wings, tail and sides, 46cm long £200 - £300

558. A ship model of HMS Fantome (1839), brig sloop of warship,with canvas sails and timber rigging, model built by J Seyer from the model built in the Science Museum, housed in wooden and glass display case with two information plaques, case 76cm high, 95cm long, 36cm wide £150 - £250 559. A McIntosh teak and marquetry tray, specimen woods, inlaid with flying ducks over a lake, labelled, 72cm x 45cm £40 - £70

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554. A Pair of 19th Century Gilt Bronze Candlesticks, each modelled with winged cherubs mounted on circular plinths atop entwined dolphins upon acanthus scroll bases, 25.5cm high (2) £300 - £400

560. Five Continental enamelled metal plaques, circa 1915, Secessionist style, decorated with nude women, 5.5cm diameter (5) £100 - £150

555. An Aesthetic Movement walnut and brass panelled mechanical coal scuttle, the twin doors opening with the movement of the top handle, embossed with storks, 34cm wide, 44cm high £150 - £250

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561. Ben Shillingford for Alfred Dunhill, a service size aquarium lighter, circa 1950s, reverse etched and painted lucite, with silver plated mounts, patent 143752, 7cm high, 6cm wide, 3.5cm deep £500 - £800

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562. A pair of Warwick vases, each with entwined vines, grapes and leaves, the cover with vine leaves and grape and floral finial, mounted on fluted wood pedestal base and raised on stepped and shaped plinth, 31.5cm high (2) £120 - £180

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563. Franz Bergmann, an Austrian cold painted bronze figure group, modelled as figures drinking tea on a carpet, impressed mark, 10cm high £650 - £750

565. Pierre Claude, a bronze figure, Napoleon on Horseback, on marble plinth, signed in the cast, foundry seal JB Paris, 32.5cm high £300 - £500

564. Antonio Piazza, a carved marble bust of Pierrot, 19th century, modelled in clown outfit and hat, on socle base, incised marks, 48cm high £200 - £300

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568. Franz Bergmann, an Austrian cold painted bronze figural dish, modelled as a dancing woman on carpet, on a green onyx circular tray, marked indistinctly, 15cm high £300 - £500

569 566 566. 20th century, bronze figure of a race horse, apparently unsigned, on marble plinth, 29cm high £300 - £400

569. Jean Louis Gregoire, a pair of bronze and Sienna marble bookends, modelled as cave men in animated supportive poses, signed, 19cm high (2) £200 - £300 570. A 19th century gilt bronze figure of a reclining spaniel on a onyx base, 12cm high including base £110 - £150 571. Louis Barthelemy, an Art Deco gilt bronze and ivory figure of a Spanish dancer, circa 1925, on red marble base, signed in the cast, 20cm high £200 - £400 572. Josef Lorenzl, an Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude dancer, circa 1925, on green onyx pedestal base, signed, 25cm high £800 - £1200 573. Max Le Verrier, a bronze sculpture of a lizard, circa 1925, signed Le Verrier, 25cm long. £80 - £120

567 567. Emile Guillemin, a pair of 19th century French bronze figures, dated 1871, modelled as pioneers, holding guns and axe, 25cm high (2) £200 - £300

574 574. J H Land, a pair of gilt bronze Art Deco figures, modelled as Dutch boy and girl with book and accordion, on black marble bases, 16.5cm high £400 - £500 568 For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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575. Desmo, an Art Deco chrome plated jockey car mascot, modelled riding a horse, on onyx plinth, the rider originally enamelled, 19cm high overall £150 - £250 576. An Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude flapper, circa 1925, in the style of Colinet, on green onyx base, 34cm high £650 - £700 577. Leonildo Giannoni, an Art Deco silvered and patinated bronze figure of a nude woman dancing, circa 1925, incised signature and seal, on green hardstone base, 42.5cm high £800 - £1200

579 579. Karl Hagenauer, a pair of Austrian nickel plated bookends, after 1927, modelled in the form of dogs, heads turned and paws raised, stamped marks, 12cm high, 15.5cm long (2) £400 - £600

578 578. Karl Hagenauer, an Austrian nickel plated bird bowl, after 1927, pedestal form, stamped marks, 17cm high, 27.5cm long £500 - £800

580 580. Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts copper and Ruskin cabochon mirror, oval, planished and riveted with four green blue plaques, 53cm x 68cm £400 - £600

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581. An Arts and Crafts walnut and patinated copper mirror, asymetrical fretted with applied planished roundels and leaf design to one side, 52cm x 37cm £100 - £200 582. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., an Arts and Crafts copper mirror, rectangular, repousse decorated and riveted, with Celtic knot motifs, label verso, glass 41cm x 71cm, 61cm x 91cm overall £1500 - £2000 583. A Modernist chrome and lacquered metal lamp, circa 1950s, the central post supporting a three arm branch with eyeball shades, 55cm high £50 - £100 584. A Modernist Heyco chrome and Perspex eyeball lamp, circa 1970s, four branches with spherical shades and lemon wedge segments to each, 76cm high £200 - £300 585. An Art Deco silvered lamp, with opalescent frosted shade, modelled with leaping dog and wheat, 31cm high £300 - £500

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586. A pair of 19th century double sconce gilded wall lights, scrolling foliate design, 53cm high (2) £40 - £60 587. A Victorian brass oil lamp, Corinthian column form with brass font on a square stepped base, marked Hinks 45 CP BHAM, approx 80cm high £100 - £150 588. Georgia Jacob, a pair of Athena table lamps, crimped napkin form, on white bases, 53cm high (2) £100 - £150 589. A crystal chandelier, French , the two circular frames with cut glass droppers mounted on single long central support £100 - £150 590. A Continental Bronze and Ivory Figurative Lamp circa 1900, modelled as a seated lady playing a guitar and mounted on a bronze and marble rectangular stepped plinth base, 69cm high £800 - £1200 591. A large Aesthetic Movement brass pendant light fitting, the reticulated ring supported on three square section rod and ring arms, above a lower shade supported on ogee branches with applied foliate scrolls, with conical white glass shade, 91cm long £80 - £120 592. An Art Deco brass table lamp, stepped diamond foot and square section looped arm support £30 - £50 593. An Arts and Crafts brass three light pendant chandelier, circa 1900, in the Art Nouveau style, sinuous tendril and whiplash form with candle sconces and suspended electric sockets below £120 - £180 594. A Victorian gilt metal pendant lantern, circa 1860, reticulated honeysuckle foliate gallery suspended on three chains, together with a cast metal tazza, circular form, centrepiece of a young woman on a stem of twisting serpents, 16cm high (2) £60 - £80 590

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METALWARE 595. A pair of Spanish style brass pricket sticks, triangular bases, cast and pierced in the early Gothic style with zoomorphic and foliate motifs, 51cm high (2) £100 - £200 596. An 18th century Mughal ewer or coffee pot (Aftaba), cast brass with engraved decoration, probably Punjab / Lahore with unusual ceramic mosaic inlay to neck, pear shaped form on square base with four bracket feet, each side decorated with teardrop shaped raised cartouche, body with incised and relief decoration with flowers against a ground of stylised designs in low relief with serpentine shaped handle and straight spout, 29cm high £150 - £200 597. A brass seafarers candelabra, by Francis Rosher, 1972, modelled as a ships wheel over waves, 51cm high £130 - £160

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601. Osiris and James Couper, probably for Liberty and Co., a Jugendstil pewter stemmed bowl with a Clutha glass liner, circa 1910, stylised foliate design, pierced and cast, the green glass with opaque and aventurine marbled striations, impressed Osiris 587, 16.5cm high £200 - £400

598. Arthur Krupp, a Secessionist silver plate and glass trough, cuboid form, reticulated with stylised arcading of daisies and lappets, with green liner, on ball feet, 19cm wide, 8cm high, 13cm deep £300 - £400 599. Hugo Levin for Kayserzinn (attributed), a Jugendstil pewter tureen, footed ovoid form with stylised fruiting trees and twin handles, the lid with ribbed fanning, stamped number 1018, 24cm high £80 - £120

602 602. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated card tray, modelled in relief as a woman reading, reclining on an open sinuous tendril entwined and floral dish, in the Art Nouveau style, marked, 35cm long £600 - £800

600 600. Friedrich Adler for Walter Scherf and Co., Osiris, an Isis Jugendstil pewter goblet, circa 1900, model 504, ogee beaker form, decorated in relief with stylised handing seed pods and tendrils, stamped marks, 11cm high Note: an example of this goblet is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London £30 - £50

603 603. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated and glass centrepiece bowl, model 352, relief moulded and pierced with sinuous tendrils and berries, open whiplash handles, on four bracket feet, marked, 31cm long £300 - £400

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604 604. WMF, a pair of Jugendstil silver plated photo frames, rectangular landscape form, the lozenge top pierced with central cartouche of interlocking circles and bars, below a relief moulded Greek Key border, the feet with opposeing S scrolls below dots, marked, opening 6cm x 9cm, overall 10cm x 14.5cm £250 - £350

608 608. A Jugendstil copper and cloisonné enamelled desk set, cast with stylised roses and set with mosaic type panels of enamel, some with birds, including inkwell, letter rack, stamp box and matchbox holder, 23.5cm long (4) £150 - £250 609. Mary Weaver, an Art Nouveau style pewter mirror, repousse decorated with nude woman by a lily pond with tulips, signed, 41cm x 31cm £20 - £40

605 605. WMF, a Jugendstil silver plated tray, modell 252, relief moulded with a woman extracting grape juice from a fruiting vine, marked, 29.5cm diameter £200 - £300 606. A Secessionist pewter casket, cuboid form, embossed in relief with angular rivet work straps and corner legs, the lid with heart leaf cartouche flanked by angled budding branches, renewed velvet interior, 17cm wide, 12cm high, 11cm deep £100 - £200

610 610. An early 20th century copper and silver overlaid vessel, HCH, supported on three footed legs with silver thistle motifs, 11cm high, 12cm diameter £90 - £120

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607. Sigefried Wagner for Mogens Ballin, a Danish Art Nouveau pewter vase, circa 1900, conical baluster form, embossed with flaming rock design, stamped marks 1919, 15cm high £100 - £200

611. Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter and Conamara marble vase, model 045, footed conical form with twin handles to the base, set with cabochon stones to each side, stamped marks, 20cm high £250 - £350

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620. William Hair Haseler, an Arts and Crafts enamelled copper vase, footed chalice form, the patinated rounded conical bowl, on a splayed foot with tooled latice collar, stamped marks, 20cm high £100 - £200

612 612. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter inkwell, model 0521, shallow circular domed form, relief moulded with styised whiplash and berry design, stamoed marks English Pewter and Solkets, 13cm diameter £250 - £350 613. A pair of Aesthetic Movement brass andirons, in the style of Christopher Dresser, circa 1880, each on four feet, double armed with denticulated saw edge apron and lobed finials, 19cm wide, 20cm high £30 - £50 614. A E Jones (attributed), an Arts and Crafts copper, silver and Ruskin cabochon tray, oval form, set with rivetted plates and blue turquoise plaques within beaded silver borders, 60cm x 37cm £150 - £250

621 621. Margaret Gilmour (attributed), a Glasgow School Arts and Crafts brass tray, oval form, repousse decorated with a wreath of water lily motifs the flowers uniting in a central ring, 61cm long, 32cm deep £200 - £300

615. An Arts and Crafts copper plaque, repousse decorated with two birds in a stylised rose tree, in the style of Voysey and Baillie Scott, 32cm x 28cm, framed £100 - £150 616. A E Jones, an Arts and Crafts copper and silver tray, circa 1905, planished twin handled ovoid form, cast with laurel border and Tudor rose roundels, stamped marks, 39.5cm long £100 - £150 617. Liberty and Co., pair of Tudric pewter and oak candlesticks, model 01298, open barley twist with planished feet and sconces, 24.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 618. An Arts and Crafts copper matchbox holder, repousse decorated with a phoenix in flames, 7.5cm x 5.5cm x 3cm £30 - £50 619. An Arts and Crafts pewter and copper casket set with an enamelled roundel, oval landscape view with initials JEW, 14.5cm wide, 9cm high, 12cm deep £80 - £120

622 622. Oliver Baker for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter and turquoise set box, model 0649, kidney shaped, planished, the hinged and lobed domed lid set with a cobochon stone, 8.5cm long £80 - £120

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627 625. John Pearson, a large Arts and Crafts copper charger, 1895, model 2044, repousse decorated and planished, the central seeding poppy within a wide border of foliate scrolls and flower heads, signed, 62cm diameter £2000 - £2500

623. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter biscuit barrel, model 0193, cylindrical form, relief moulded stylised leaf and bud design, 11cm high £600 - £800 624. Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co., a Tudric pewter and enamelled biscuit barrel, model 0194, cuboid form, relief moulded with stylised square leaves and blue turquoise enamel roundels, 11.5cm £1000 - £1500

626. A matched pair of Arts and Crafts repousse copper chargers, each decorated with a central floral specimen within a border of apples and pears, 46cm diameter (2) £150 - £250 627. A pair of Arts and Crafts copper candlesticks, in the style of Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, domed bases, with four riveted and strapped supports, 25.5cm high (2) £300 - £500

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628. Two Arabic Jambiya daggers, housed in gilt metal scabbards, wooden grips, 41cm long (2) £40 - £60 629. A large saker cannonball, possibly English Civil War era, approx 9cm wide Note: found in a field near Southam, Warwickshire

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630. Royal Navy interest, a mounted phosphor bronze cleat reputedly salvaged from the wreck of HMS Association in the 1970s, bronze 22cm long Note: HMS Association was lost with all hands in the Scilly naval disaster of 1707 £50 - £70

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631. 7th (Princess Royal’s) Dragoon Guards Other Ranks helmet, 1871 pattern, brass shell with starburst badge to the centre, rosette side bosses with leather backed linked chin chain, cruciform base with fluted spike and white and black horse hair plume having top rosette £650 - £850 632. Rifle Brigade Other Ranks busby cap, late 19th century, black cloth crown with appliqued cord figured ornament, black corded ball boss set with a metal crown and green horse hair plume £200 - £300 633. Third Reich German Airforce (Luftwaffe) 2nd Pattern Officer’s dress dagger, housed in hammered scabbard with two hanging strap rings and silver portepee knot, orange celluloid grip with wire and eagle cross guard, pommel with oak leaf decoration and swastika, owner’s name Grewe engraved on reverse of blade, 42cm total length £750 - £950 634. World War Two German Land Customs Officer’s dress dagger, housed in dark green leather scabbard with plated mounts and two hanging strap rings, aluminium eagle cross guard and pommel with green leather grip with wire, blade marked Alcoso Solingen on ricasso, 41cm total length £1400 - £1800

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635. World War Two German Army (Wehrmacht) Officer’s dress dagger, housed in hammered scabbard with silver portepee knot, eagle cross guard and orange celluloid grip, pommel with oak leaf decoration, blade marked Eickhorn Solingen on ricasso, 39.5cm total length £500 - £700

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636. Military General Service medal 1793-1814, Corporal John Smith, 42nd (Highland) Regiment, 1 clasp, Corunna (John Smith, 42nd Foot) note: born in Westminster in approx 1784 and attested in June 1799, discharged in November 1829, served in Captain Mercier's or Captain Rose's company at the battle of Corunna, Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Soldier Service Records and medal roll copy included £380 - £420 637. Waterloo 1815 medal, Surgeon William Chambers, 18th Hussars, (**C.D.A.C. Gen. P.M. Chambers. 18th Hussars.**) note: born in Ballylinney, County Antrim in 1774 and attested in December 1793, he was promoted to Surgeon to 8th Battalion of Reserve in 1803, and died in February 1833, medal roll and Regimental Registers of Service copy included £900 - £1200

638 638. Crimea medal group: Sergeant G. Roberts, 14th (Buckinghamshire) Regiment; Crimean 1854-56, 1 clasp, Sebastopol (No 2386. George. Roberts. 14th…); Turkish Crimea 1855, Sardinian issue (2386. G. Roberts. 1. B. 14. Foot); Army Long Service and Good Conduct, 3rd issue (2386 Serjt Geoe. Roberts 1st Batt 14th Foot) (3) note: George Roberts was born at Crediton, Devon in 1829 and attested on March 1846, he was promoted to Corporal in May 1861, and to Sergeant in August 1862, and was discharged in March 1868 £380 - £440

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639. Crimean 1854-56 medal, Ensign Henry Manning, 3rd (The Buffs) Regiment, 1 clasp, Sebastopol (Ensign. H. Manning. 3rd Reg +) note: medal roll copy included £250 - £350 640. Crimea medal pair: Corporal James Murphy, 56th (West Essex) Regiment; Crimean 1854-56, 1 clasp, Sebastopol (...Pte James Murphy...); Turkish Crimea 1855, Sardinian issue (3796 J. Murphy. 56th Regt.) (2) note: James Murphy served with the 56th Regiment during the Indian rebellion of 1857, he was discharged in April 1866 with his address unknown and may not have received his Indian Mutiny medal £280 - £320 641. Indian Mutiny 1857-59 medal, Ensign (later Colonel) Charles Albert Dodd, attached to 23rd (Royal Welch Fusiliers) Regiment, 1 clasp, Lucknow (Ensign C.A. Dodd Attd To 23d RWFUS RS) note: Charles Dodd was born Marylebone in 1840 and attested on October 1857, he served with the 23rd Fusiliers, including an action at Kaiee Nuddee, siege of Lucknow and further operations, joining the Oude Police Force in December 1858 (Hart's Annual Army List, 1908 p. 912), he died in 1915 £280 - £320 642. Khedive's Sudan 1897-1908 medal, 1 clasp, Firket (unnamed as issued) £60 - £80 643. East and West Africa 1887-1900 medal, Corporal J. Edwards, West India Regiment, 1 clasp, 1893-94 (271 Pte J. Edwards. 1 / W. I. Rgt.) note: entitled to the clasp for the expedition against Jamlui, and later clasp Sierra Leone 1898-99, medal roll copy included £280 - £320

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644. Queen's South Africa 1899-1902 medal, Frederick Burton, Army Service Corps, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, South Africa 1902, Transvaal (9687 2nd Ofl F. Burton. A.S.O.), together with First World War bronze Memorial Plaque, died in Prees Heath military hospital 20th July 1918, note: born in Shropshire in 1869, served for 21 years in A.S.C. and discharged in October 1911, relisted in October 1914, death telegram and medal roll copy included £220 - £280

645 645. South Africa medal pair: Sergeant H. Fairlamb, Prince Alfred's Volunteer Guard and Port Elizabeth Town Guard, Cape of Good Hope General Service 1896-97, 1 clasp, Bechuanaland (Pte. H. Fairlamb. P.A.V.G.); Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902 (261 Serjt. H. Fairlamb. P. ELZBTH. T. G.) (2) note: medal roll copy included £380 - £440 646. South Africa medal pair: Private T. West, Lincolnshire Regiment, Ashanti Star 1896; Queen's South Africa Medal 18991902, 3 clasps, Transvaal, Orange Free State, Cape Colony (3466 Pte T. West. 2nd. Lincoln. Regt) note: medal roll copy included £100 - £150

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647. Boxer Rebellion and World War One medal group: Petty Officer William Henry Brown, Royal Navy, China War 1900 (W.H. Brown , P.O.2 CL. , H.M.S. Pique); 1914-15 Star; British War Medal; Victory Medal, note: born in Hong Kong in January 1872, served between January 1888 and October 1907, including on HMS Pique during the Boxer Rebellion, and between July 1917 and January 1919, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services and medal roll copy included £350 - £450 648. World War One Medal pair, British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to 35880 Private P.E. Smith M.G.C (Machine Gun Corps) £20 - £30 649. World War One medal pair, British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to 47934 Private E.V. Custance The Queen’s R. (Regiment), together with the War Medal 1939-1945 and paperwork Note: includes large original photograph (3) £40 - £60 650. World War One, Meritorious Service Medal, awarded to S-13881 Sergeant Major Theodore Oliver Percy R.A.S.C. (Royal Army Service Corps) Note: born in Yarmouth, associated paperwork included £170 - £220 651. World War One Medal group, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, awarded to J.96 D.T. Brandon A.B. R.N. (Able seaman Royal Navy) Note: served on HMS Vampire, a V-class destroyer launched in 1917 £80 - £120 652. World War One bronze Memorial Plaque, for Alexander McHardy £90 - £110

658. World War Two, Air Crew Europe Star medal £150 - £200

653 653. World War One bronze Memorial Plaque, for Joseph Charles Smith £90 - £110 654. World War One bronze Memorial Plaque, for Harold Walmsley £90 - £110 655. World War One bronze Memorial Plaque, for Lance Corporal Ernest Gardner, Rifle Brigade, died Thursday August 24 1916 £100 - £150 656. World War Two Medal group, 1939-1945 Star, the Atlantic Star, the Defence Medal and the War Medal 19391945, and the Territorial Efficiency Medal awarded to 1434509 Gunner J.V Dethier. R.A. (Royal Artillery) £30 - £30

659. First Gulf War French Foreign Legion (Légion étrangère) uniform and medal group, worn by Legionnaire Michael Larsell, 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er Régiment Étranger de Cavalerie), white kepi with black peak, single breasted jacket, black shoulder straps, matching trousers, Cross of War (Croix de Guerre) with bronze star, Overseas Campaign Medal, 1 clasp, Moyen-Orient; French Foreign Legion National Defence Medal, 2 clasps, Legion Etrangere, Missions D’Assistance Exterieure; Liberation of Kuwait Medal (boxed), together with assorted badges and a DVD boxed set Note: mentioned in regimental dispatches ‘Engaged within Operation “Desert Storm” in the midst of division DAGUET, marksman HOT has shown proof of the best combat qualities. Distinguished himself in particular during the taking of the airport of D’Ad Salman, In Iraq, between 24th and 28th February 1991. Through his accurate, effective and formidable fire has destroyed entrenched enemy positions, allowing the capture of prisoners and the recovery of a large stock of weapons and ammunition’ £300 - £400 660. A group of Second World War militaria related ephemera, including German medals, epaulettes and badges £60 - £80

657. Unusual World War Two Medal group awarded to a woman, 1939-1945 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 1939-1945, and four medals related to dancing, awarded to Vera Oldham, Solo Seal of the Royal Academy of Dancing 1939, medals mounted in a frame accompanied by large scrapbook including diaries from 1944 £350 - £450

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662 661. Campbell, Jones and Co. (attributed), a commemorative pressed glass plate for Sir Moses Montefiore, circa 1887, moulded with a central profile bust, 27cm diameter Note: a Jewish philanthropist and banker, Montefiore was a pioneer of social reform in the Jewish community in the Middle East and Britain, including the founding of several communities and almshouses. £50 - £80 662. Three Victorian glass vessels, Stourbridge, circa 1890s, including cased opaque and aventurine included jug, of gourd form with crimped rim and naturalistic amber coral handle, cranberry and opaque collared hyacinth vase and Richardson type opaque trailed and tooled petal footed bowl, 22.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 663. Two Victorian glass straw opal vases, including an Arts and Crafts dimpled vase, possibly John Walsh Walsh, with inverted crimped rim, the other uranium, tulip form with rigaree banding, 16.5cm high (2) £30 - £50 664. A collection of Victorian cranberry glass, including trumpet vases, pedestal bowl and an acid etched vase, with milled ribbon trailing, crimped rim and tooled foot, one trumpet vase with everted rim and amber edging, 26cm high (4) £40 - £70 665. A collection of Victorian cranberry glass, including scrooge decanter, punch cups, beakers, jug and carafe £40 - £70 666. Three Victorian cranberry glass vases, circa 1880, including a pair of ribbed and shouldered vases with flared and crimped rims, trailed with tooled rigaree spirals, the other of trumpet form , similarly decorated, 27.5cm high (3) £40 - £60

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664 667. Three Victorian cranberry glass vases, circa 1880, including a pair of ribbed and flared trumpet vases with tricorn folded rims, entwined with spiral rigaree trails, the other vase of cylindrical form with crimped rim and tooled petal base, 41.5cm high £40 - £70 668. A Victorian cranberry and opaque glass hand bell, the rim edged in white, the handle knopped and twisted, 35cm high £40 - £70 669. 19th century Bohemian ruby glass, including pedestal vase, with denticulated rim and applied ribbon trail to the stem, a plate etched and gilded with wine border and two dessert plates similarly etched, 23cm diameter, 25.5cm high (4) £40 - £70 670. George III Bristol blue glass tea vessels, circa 1790, including jug and two pedestal bowls, with gilt lettering, be canny with the cream, be canny with the sugar and unity and love, each with folded feet and pontil, 13cm high (3) £150 - £250 671. A Victorian cranberry glass spittoon, with wide flared and folded rim £50 - £80 672. A Bohemian glass vase, white and blue overlaid with gilding,trumpet Lily form, circa 1890, 30cm high. £100 - £150 673. A Victorian cranberry glass two tier epergne, circa 1880, crimped, 21.5cm high £60 - £80

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674. A Mount Washington enamelled opaque glass jug, bulbous form, the handle naturalistically modelled with thorns, raised gilt trellis over flowers, red Mt Washington mark, 1038, 23.5cm high £350 - £400

676 677. Henry Holiday for James Powell and Sons, Angel of Light, stained glass panel, circa 1885, in the form of a flying woman holding a banner inscribed Light, Light and More Light, As Long as Light Shall Last, within a patchwork panel, 54cm x 80cm, framed

675. A pair of enamelled glass vases, conical baluster form, blue opaque with gilt banding, in the Japonesque style, painted with birds and wild flowers, 19.5cm high (2) £350 - £450

Note: the pencil design for this panel appears in Holiday’s 1896 book Stained Glass as an Art, p.116 fig.36, where it is described as a design for a church in Brooklyn, New York. £3000 - £5000

676. A pair of Bohemian enamelled glass vases, footed flat moonflask form with conical necks, brown opaque with gilt and jewelled banding, painted with birds in branches, 23cm high (2) £350 - £450

678. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, a pair of straw opal glass finger bowls, circa 1880, crimped rims with blue opalescent banding to each, 14cm diameter (2) £60 - £100

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681. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, an Arts and Crafts glass and silver mounted ewer, William Hutton and Sons, London 1899, inverse teardrop form, optic ribbed, with straight neck, blade knop and loop handle, the stopper planished and embossed with teardrops and ball finial, 20cm high £300 - £400 679 679. John Walsh Walsh, a part suite of Arts and Crafts sham-flute twist glass wine glasses, circa 1890, with dimpled wrythen moulded bowls, including four white wine or sherry glasses and three liqueur glasses, 11.5cm and 9cm high (7) Note: see Renolds, E. 1999, Glass of John Walsh Walsh, Richard Dennis, p.32 fig.85 for an illustrated example of this design £40 - £70 680. A pair of Arts and Crafts glass decanters and stoppers, spiral hourglass form, with silver collars, London 1908, 25cm high (2) £40 - £60

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685. Richardson’s, a Rich Cameo Fleur glass vase, circa 1920s, ogee form, amber over colourless martele effect, Lily design, acid mark, 20.5cm high £80 - £120

682. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars, an extensive suite of Arts and Crafts Roman cut stem ware and drinking glasses, circa 1900, including 4 white wine, 6 red wine, 5 water, 7 sherry, 16 port and 8 finger bowls, cut with bands of lens and lines (46) £300 - £400 683. Harry Powell for James Powell and Sons, an Arts and Crafts green glass vase, circa 1890, the spherical bowl with wide crimped brim on a blade knopped twisted wrythen stem and optic moulded foot, 16.5cm high £80 - £120 684. Joshua Hodgetts for Stevens and Williams, a cased and intaglio cut vase, optic ribbed ovoid form with flared rim £40 - £60

686 686. Thomas Webb and Sons, a Cameo Fleur glass vase, circa 1931, waisted form purple over colourless tulips, with martele ground, signed in cameo, 23cm high £200 - £300

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687 687. Stevens and Williams, an Art Deco rainbow bubble glass bowl, circa 1937, rounded footed form with cased silver rain lattice in pink, peach and green, on colourless, 23cm diameter

695 695. Peter Layton, an iridescent studio glass paperweight, in the form of an apple, limited edition, signed and numbered 3 of 200, opalescent white, 7cm high £30 - £50

Note: similar to designs produced by Keith Murray for the same firm £50 - £100 688. Barnaby Powell for Whitefriars, an amber glass Wealdstone vase, circa 1931, optic moulded vertical ribbed pedestal form, 31.5cm high Note: produced for J Wuidart and Co. £50 - £80

691 691. Geoffrey Baxter for Whitefriars, a Meadow Green Mobile Phone glass vase, model 9670, circa 1967, textured, 16.5cm high £50 - £100 692. An art glass bowl, squat acorn form, turquoise with blue spots to the lower body, 25cm diameter £30 - £50

696. Schott Zwiesel, a Modernist amber glass bowl, rounded form with overly everted wide rim, acid mark, 39cm diameter £30 - £50 697. A Franklin Mint Fireflies by Erte glass vase, 1988, blue with gilt decoration, cylindrical form, 26cm high £40 - £60 698. An Arts and Crafts glass decanter, probably Holmegaard, in the 17th century style, ovoid form with central hole to the body, applied with rigaree banding, 17.5cm high £30 - £50

693 693. An Isle of Wight iridescent studio glass goblet or wine glass, together with a miniature bird sculpture, and an etched paperweight with frogs, signed and dated 2000, 13cm high (3) £30 - £50

699. WMF, an Ikora glass lamp base, footed spherical form, marbled green black, with chrome fitting,16.5cm high£50 - £80

689 689. Ronald Stennett Willson for Wedgwood, a Kings Lynn glass decanter, circa 1970, angled mallet form, with an applied blue ring and opaque plaque, painted with a floral bouquet, 27cm high £20 - £40 690. David Hammond for Thomas Webb, a cut glass vase, circa 1960, conical bucket form, etched and engraved with strawberries plants, 21.5cm high £40 - £70

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694 694. Kris Heaton for Neo Art Glass, iridescent studio glass paperweights, including two birds and an apple, signed and labelled 2009 and 2011, together with another apple, unsigned, 7.5cm high (4) £50 - £80

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706 706. Kralik for Van Hauten, a Secessionist iridescent glass and pewter mounted Banded vase, circa 1900, hexagonal lobed squat baluster form with rainbow lustre web over green, encased in a foliate cage, stamped mark, 1918, 11.5cm high £50 - £80 700

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700. Haida, a Bohemian Secessionist enamelled glass vase, circa 1905, ogee cylindrical form, decorated with frosted roundels and scrolling foliate wreaths, above leaf and scroll borders, 13.5cm high £40 - £70

703. Theresienthal, a Bohemian Secessionist wine glass, circa 1900, the optic moulded vertically ribbed ogee tulip shaped bowl, supported on a shaped green stem and foot, 21.5cm high

701. Theresienthal, a Jugendstil enamelled glass liqueur set, circa 1905, the long stemmed glasses with ogee bowls, decorated with floral designs, highlighted in gilt, on green feet, the decanter of conical form, similarly decorated, 25cm high (7) £300 - £500 702. Theresienthal, a set of four Jugendstil enamelled wine glasses, circa 1905, each with a ribbed tulip shaped bowl decorated with a floral design, highlighted in gilt, supported on green bowed stems, 21.5cm high (4) £200 - £400

Note: similar to the designs of Koloman Moser for Bakalowits and Peter Behrens for Poschinger, this shape was often appears with enamelled decoration £20 - £40 704. Harrach (attributed), a large Bohemian iridescent and enamelled glass vase, circa 1885, shouldered form, decorated with Germanic girls in a wild flower landscape, on purple green lustre ground, 27.5cm high £1500 - £2000 705. A Secessionist iridescent pewter mounted glass vase, circa 1900, probably Rindskopf, double gourd bottle form, encased in a relief moulded open cage of fruiting plants, 31cm high £300 - £500

707 707. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass Nautilus vase, circa 1903, shouldered form, Candia Martele with applied shell and twisted tadpole motifs, 11cm high £50 - £80

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710. WMF, a Myra iridescent glass vase, model J295, circa 1925, relief moulded segmented bulbous form with everted rim, 15cm high £70 - £100

713 708 708. Loetz, a Secessionist iridescent glass Olympia vase, circa 1896, shouldered ovoid form with everted rim, pale green and purple lustre, 10cm high £40 - £70

711 711. Michael Powolny for Loetz, a Tango glass vase, Ausfuehrung 166, circa 1920, orange with applied glass trail and prunts, on black foot, 11cm high £70 - £100

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709. WMF, a Myra iridescent glass vase, circa 1920, footed trumpet form, 13.5cm high £40 - £70

712. Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstatte, a Secessionist Bamboo cocktail or liqueur glass, designed 1922, made by Ludwig Moser & Sohne circa 1926, the conical bowl with everted rim, on an amber, hexagonal section, facet cut stem and plain foot, 12.5cm high Note: see Mergl, J. 1997, Moser 18571997, Karlovy Vary, p.151 for examples of this design £80 - £120

713. Fritz Lampl for Bimini Werkstatte, an Austrian Art Deco figural glass pedestal bowl or tazza, circa 1925, the smoky green glass stem modelled as a nude woman, arms raised to support an aubergine trailed and combed ogee dish, on deep blue foot, 12cm high, 10.5cm diameter Note: similar to the work of the Istvan Komaromy and Lauscha factories, the design is most often attributed to Bimini workshop founded by Lampl. He later set up the Orplid Glassworks in London from which he produced the same designs £80 - £120

714 714. Schneider, a cameo glass vase, circa 1930, ovoid form, orange over amber, the base speckled, etched with butterflies and signed in cameo Charder, 12.5cm high £100 - £200 715. Pierre D’Avesn for Daum, an Art Deco glass vase, the textured body with square section rim, flanked by open multi scroll handles, 18cm high £80 - £120

710

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716 716. Lalique, a Royat glass vase, model 10-921, designed circa 1936, frosted, acid etched Lalique France, 16cm high£150 - £200 717. Lalique, a Cote D’or charger, model 10-406, designed circa 1943, blue stained, engraved Lalique France, 39.3cm diameter £300 - £500 718. Lalique, a Sanglier car mascot, model 1157, designed circa 1929, frosted colourless glass, engrved Lalique France, 6.8cm high £350 - £400 719. Rene Lalique, a Dentele glass vase, model 943, designed circa 1912, blue stained, raised molded R Lalique France, 19.3cm high £200 - £300

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721. Rene Lalique, a St Emillion glass vase, model 10-939, designed circa 1942, blue stained, acid etched R Lalique France, 25.2cm high £300 - £500 722. Rene Lalique, an Ondines glass bowl Referme, model 380, designed circa 1921, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France, 28.5cm diameter600 £600 - £800 723. Rene Lalique, an Ondines glass bowl Ouverte, model 380, designed circa 1921, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France, 28.5cm diameter £500 - £800 724. Rene Lalique, an Ondines glass plate, model 3003, designed circa 1921, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France, 28.5cm diameter £800 - £1200

720. Rene Lalique, a Marguerites glass vase, model 922, designed circa 1923, black stained, acid etched R Lalique France, 20.5cm high £300 - £500

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722

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727 727. Rene Lalique, a Perruches glass bowl, model 419, designed circa 1931, blue opalescent, acid etched R Lalique France, 25cm diameter. £1000 - £1500

725 725. Rene Lalique, a Danaides glass vase, model 972, designed circa 1926, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France, 18.5cm high £1500 - £2000

728 728. Rene Lalique, a Gui glass vase, model 948, designed circa 1920, blue stained, engraved Lalique , 17cm high £200 - £300

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726. Rene Lalique, a Ceylan glass vase, model 905, designed circa 1924, blue opalescent, engraved R Lalique France, 24cm high. £1500 - £2000

729. Rene Lalique, a Vases glass bowl, model 3216, designed circa 1921, frosted colourless, raised mark to centre, R Lalique, 24cm diameter £250 - £350

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735 735. Rene Lalique, a Canard glass pin dish or cendrier, model 283, designed circa 1925, yellow amber, incised mark R Lalique, 11cm diameter £200 - £300

730 730. Rene Lalique, a Beautrellis glass vase, model 989, designed circa 1927, opalescent, moulded and etched marks, R Lalique France, 14.5cm high £600 - £800 731. Rene Lalique, a Moineau Fier glass paperweight, model 1149, designed circa 1929, frosted, raised mark and incised R Lalique France, 8.5cm high £150 - £250

736 736. Rene Lalique, a Canard glass pin dish or cendrier, model 283, designed circa 1925, blue opalescent, incised mark R Lalique France and number, 10cm diameter £200 - £300 737. Rene Lalique, a Barr glass plate, model 3079, designed circa 1932, colourless with a central engraving of Medusa stained in blue, acid mark R Lalique, 21cm diameter £50 - £100

732 732. Rene Lalique, a Chamonix glass vase, model 1090, designed circa 1933, opalescent, acid mark R Lalique, France, 15.3cm high £400 - £600 733. Rene Lalique, a Chardonneret Hardi glass paperweight, model 1210, designed circa 1931, acid mark R Lalique France, 8.5cm high £100 - £200 734. Rene Lalique, a Souris glass pin dish or cendrier, model 286, designed circa 1925, yellow amber, incised mark R Lalique France, 10cm diameter £100 - £200

738 738. Rene Lalique, a Roscoff glass plate, model 10-383, designed 1932, blue opalescent, acid mark R Lalique France, 27cm diameter £200 - £400

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739 739. Rene Lalique, a Coquilles glass bowl, model 3203, designed circa 1924, blue opalescent, incised mark R Laliqur France and number, 16cm diameter £120 - £180

741

740 740. Rene Lalique, a Rampillons glass vase, model 991, designed circa 1927, blue opalescent, incised marks, R Lalique France and number, 12.7cm high £300 - £500

742

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741. Rene Lalique, a Oiseaux Et Spirales glass panel, model partition 2, designed circa 1929, set within a double mirror frame, plaque sixe 30.5cm x 14.5cm, overall 98cm x 38cm £2000 - £3000 742. Rene Lalique, a Lys glass pendant, model 1657, designed circa 1920, blue stained opalescent glass, on original knotted silk ribbon necklace, relief moulded mark Lalique, 5.5cm long, the ribbon 112cm long £300 - £500 743. Rene Lalique, a Perruches glass vase, model 876, designed circa 1919, dark red plum with white staining, engraved R Lalique France to base, 25cm high £10000 - £15000 744. Rene Lalique, a Dahlias glass vase, model 938, designed circa 1923, frosted and enamelled, moulded and engraved mark Lalique, 12.5cm high £600 - £800

744

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745. Rene Lalique, a Perruches glass vase, model 876, designed circa 1919, electric blue with white staining, engraved R Lalique France to base, 25.5cm high £10000 - £15000

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746. A Victorian mahogany solitaire board with set of 32 pontilled onionskin marbles, board 19cm, marbles 11mm to 12 mm £150 - £180

751. A modern double sided illuminated pub sign advertising Guinness, in perspex suspended on metal bracket, overall 96cm high x 87cm deep £40 - £60

747. A mahogany solitaire board on bun feet, with 33 emerald slag marbles by M.F.Christensen, marbles 14mm to 16mm £60 - £80

752. A mid-20th century wooden framed poster board, with painted advertisement for Central Heating by Baxendale & Company Limited, Blackpool and branches, 89.5cm x 143 cm £80 - £120

748. A boxed solitaire by Glevum with wooden board and German pontilled swirl marbles, board 20.3cm, marbles 12mm to 13 mm £120 - £150

753. A poster board with wooden surround, and paper advert for Emmott & Co of Manchester, Textile manufactures, 174cm x 92cm £80 - £100

749. A wooden solitaire board with 33 swirl marbles in ‘English’ colours, including solid cores, board 22.8cm, marbles 16mm to 18mm £120 - £150

754. A poster board with wooden surround, advertising Crane Valves for Industry with pictured tap/valve, 172cm x 91cm £80 - £120

750. A boxed Chad Valley solitaire with oak board, and 32 German pontilled swirl marbles, board 20.3cm, marbles 12mm to 13 mm £100 - £120

755. A shop display cabinet for Cadbury’s Chocolate, in a metal plated mahogany frame with sloping glass front and mother of pearl lettering, 62.5cm x 47cm x 25.5cm £800 - £1200

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756. An enamel sign advertising Smoke Rajah Cigarettes, 45.7cm x 115cm £80 - £120 757. An enamel sign advertising Thorley’s, Food Lactifier Cakes, 46cm x 76cm £160 - £200 758. An enamel sign advertising Colman’s, 40.5cm x 61cm £60 - £80 759. An enamel sign advertising Lyon Spencer Agency, Public Gas Charging Station, 53.5cm x 76cm £160 - £200 760. An enamel sign advertising The People, The Popular Sunday Paper, 61cm x 91.5cm £120 - £150 761. An enamel sign advertising Batey’s Ginger Beer, 76cm x 51cm £120 - £150 762. A large enamel sign advertising Capstan, Navy Cut Tobacco & Cigarettes, 114cm x 84cm £120 - £150 763. Large enamel sign advertising Ogden’s Robin Cigarettes, 76cm x 180cm £120 - £150 764. A large enamel sign advertising Colman’s Mustard, 91.5cm x 96.5cm £100 - £120 765. An enamel sign advertising Will’s Capstan Cigarettes, 91.5cm x 46cm £80 - £120 766. A Meteorite ship’s lantern, 52cm high, plus another 40cm high, together with two iron flare lamps manufactured by A. C. Wells & Co (4) £40 - £60

775. A collection of Codd and other bottles relating to Walsall breweries, to include S. Quincey, Barton & Evans, J. Lord, Arthur Knight, Alfred Simms, Duncan Watt, beers in black glass etc (14) £30 - £50 776. A quantity of old Staffordshire bottles, to include spirit flask by W. Roberts of Brownhills, William Richards beer of Hednesford and Codd’s from Cannock area, Coseley and Bilston etc (10) £30 - £50 777. A quantity of beer and mineral water bottles from Shrewsbury and Shropshire area, various breweries included (30+) £30 - £50 778. Early 19th century dairyman’s milk bucket, with looped handle and brass lip, plus one Gill measure, 32cm high £100 - £120 779. Vintage whisky bottles by James Buchanan & Co, and Charles Wright & Sons Glenlivet plus Special Scotch pub water jug by Peter Mackenzie, Edinburgh with base mark Hancock, Corfield & Waller Ltd, Mitcham (3) £30 - £50 780. Kitchenalia including a large Eddystone Milk Boiler by Gourmet & Co, London, a glass shortbread mould, unusual glazed pottery pie funnel, a ginger jar and a Kent’s Monroes Patent Egg Beater and Batter Mixer of High Holborn, London (5) £160 - £200 781. A two pint Grimwade’s jelly mould by Winton, Stoke on Trent marked THE BRITISH LION BLANC-MANGE & JELLY MOULD, 12.5cm x 26cm, together with a tin lidded ironstone bowl marked THE QUEENS’ PUDDING BOILER Challis No 18 Patent, 12cm x 19cm (2) £140 - £160

767. A Royal Doulton art ware blue and brown decorated water filter, 48cm high £100 - £200 768. An 18th century salt glazed stoneware flagon, ovoid Bartmankrug form, incised 2 for two gallon and V to the side, 38cm high £30 - £50 769. Two stoneware storage vessels, one printed with C A Rookes, Wine Merchant, Stratford on Avon, the other of barrel form, 40cm high (2) £60 - £100 770. A large pub mirror, with lacquered frame and front painted The Lord Nelson, 93cm x 110cm £40 - £60 771. Early 20th century framed mirror, advertising IND, COOPE’S BURTON ALES, 65cm x 90cm £250 - £300 772. A Fieldings Devon Ware Tongue Dish, together with enamelware child’s alphabet plate, circa 1900’s (2) £80 - £120 773. A large wooden cream separation bowl, probably in sycamore 18th/early 19th century, 49.3cm diameter £200 - £300 774. A Denby Dale Pie plate, in aid of the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, 4th Aug 1928 with base marking H.G.D.D., together with a plate by S. Hancock, Stoke on Trent transfer printed in sepia An Ox Was Publicly Roasted Whole On The Village Green In Commemoration Of Her Most Gracious Majesty’s Jubilee June 21st 1887, Whittle-Le-Woods (2) £80 - £120

782 782. An empty blue glass Star Fire Grenade by Harden’s, 17cm high, together with a used Minimax refil embossed A. D 1915, Patent No 1882 & 130505/18, 20.5cm long (2) £60 - £80 783. A quantity of 19th century Scottish pottery spongeware Carpet Bowls, in crown and dot and lined patterns, including three marked from the Queen’s Body Guard, Royal Company of Archers (9) £200 - £300

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784. A box containing four Sulphide and other Victorian glass and stone marbles, 12mm to 44 mm £100 - £120 785. A mahogany solitaire board with 32 large glass swirl marbles, including onionskins, micas, solid, ribbon and latticinio cores, board 26.5cm, marbles 19mm to 22 mm £400 - £500 786. A 19th century balsa box of ten swirl marbles, with paper label marked Crown Box, made in Germany designed in England, Copywrite ENT’ STAT HALL, GES GESTULTZ with lithographic image of Wellington at Waterloo 18th June 1815 ‘Up Guards and at Them’, 7.8cm x 4cm x 2.1cm £250 - £300

793. An early 20th framed showcard advertising The Alexander Cream Separators Dairy and General Machinery, 40cm x 33cm £30 - £50 794. A group of five Victorian bottles, including four ginger beer bottles and one Codd bottle (5) £20 - £30 795. A cast iron tractor seat, by Blackstone & Company Ltd, Stamford, 39.5cm x 36cm £40 - £60

796 796. Early 20th century enamel advertising sign, Feed your dogs on MELOX MARVELS, 56cm x 35.5cm£100 £140 797. Enamel pointer sign for WILLS’S BULWARK cut plug tobacco, 93cm x 20.5cm £80 - £120

799 799. A tin door finger plate advertising Bleu Reckett, circa 1900, height 16.5cm x width 6cm £80 - £100

787 787. A wooden solitaire board with 32 pontilled swirl marbles, including onionskins, latticinio cores etc, board 23cm, marbles 16mm to 18mm £120 - £140 788. A pair of 19th century Apothecary bottles, in cobalt blue with stoppers and gold labels SYR:TOLU and SYR:SCILLAE, 20.5cm high including stoppers (2) £80 - £100

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789. Early freeblown black glass chemist’s drug jar, with painted label Tr:LAVAN:C: and base pontil, 31.5cm x 17cm £150 - £200

800. A double sided enamel sign advertising PARK DRIVE, plain & cork tipped cigarettes, 41cm x 30.5cm £100 - £120

790. A set of scales with ironstone plate from Day & Millward, Patenetees London & Birmingham, 36cm long together with a Victorian charcoal flat iron, 24cm x 20cm (2) £80 - £120

801. A double sided enamel sign for NUT BROWN TOBACCO, within an iron frame, sign 46cm x 34.5cm, frame 81.5cm high £180 - £250

791. A Victorian cheese dish and cover, with transfer printed diary images in blue and marked Cheshire Rd No 133431, circa 1890’s, 18cm high x 19.5cm wide x 25.5cm long £100 - £150 792. A Brampton salt glaze Bacchus mug, early 19th century, 13.4cm high £40 - £60

802. Large size Doulton Lambeth jug advertising THORNE’S SCOTCH WHISKY, with sprigged hunting scene decoration, 19.5cm high £80 - £120

798 798. A tin door finger plate advertising Brasso, circa 1900, height 16.5cm x width 6cm £80 - £100

803. A steel 17 gallon railway milk churn, of tapering form and named brass badge, engraved Newhall Dairies Ltd, Wrenbury Station, 85.5cm high £200 - £300

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812 804. A blue and white Staffordshire pottery babies feeding bottle, together with similar example in freeblown glass, circa 1830’s (2) £150 - £200 805. A dummy shop tin advertising BOVRIL, DRINK BOVRIL THE PROVED BODY BUILDER, 20.5cm x 16cm x 10.5cm £80 - £100 806. A belleek cream jug with transfer in green from THE BELGRAVIA DAIRY COMPANY LIMITED, together with pair of waxed card cream cartons from the same dairy, 8.5cm high (3) £80 - £100 807. A cylinder cream pot for Devonshire Cream prepared at Minifie’s, Weston-Super-Mare, 8.5cm high £60 - £80 808. A blue top cream jug, for Gold Medal Cream from London & Provincial Dairy Company, Head Offices, Halkin Street West, Belgrave Square, London, 10.8cm high £100 - £140 809. A 19th century stoneware water filter, by Slack & Brownlow, Canning Works, Manchester, established 1830, 43cm high with lid x 24cm wide £80 - £100 810. A limestone slab with engraved PARK FARM DAIRY (Malvern area?), 26cm x 45.5cm x 3.2cm £40 - £60 811. An IMPROVED BREAD PAN by Doulton Lambeth & Co, complete with original lid of papier mache or similar construction, 24cm high x 29.5 cm wide £80 - £100 811A. A Doulton advertising Old Rye whiskey jug, 15cm high £100 - £150 811B. A Doulton art ware advertising Scotch whisky jug, marked Scotch in raised letters 22cm high £100 - £150

811C. A Doulton Schweppes advertising bar / shop bell, 11cm high £60 - £80 811D. A Doulton & Watts salt glazed stoneware reform flask of Lord Brougham, circa 1840, 17.5cm high £100 - £150 812. A double sided wall mounting enamel sign, Agent for Geo Halley & Co, Cleaners & Dyers, Kirkcaldy, 35.5cm x 51cm £140 - £160 813. A large Victorian gasogene soda syphon, with caned outer covering and pewter top tap impressed Boots Cash Chemists, 50cm high £60 - £80 814. An aluminium sign advertising BBC Radio Times, Look Before You Listen 2D, 76cm x 51cm £60 - £80 815. An early 20th century toleware tea canister, with painted number 9 label against a green and gold background together with similar smaller example, 35cm high (2) £80 - £100 816. An early 20th century mahogany framed shop mirror, advertising Will’s Gold Flake Cigarettes, 168cm x 35.7cm £400 - £600 817. A Great Western Railway jigsaw puzzle in box entitled King Arthur on Dartmoor, together with a tinplate GWR coloured route map, length 41.5cm x 29.7cm (2) £30 - £50 818. A collection of brass petrol can screw tops, including Pratts, Anglo American etc, a Pratts 1933 2 Gallon petrol can with matching screw top, together with a “Morgan 8” car radiator badge (14) £160 - £200 819. An early 20th century mahogany and glass shop display cabinet, with oval mirrored pediment and advertising Fry’s Choice Chocolates to etched glass front. Glass shelves and key provided. £600 - £800

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DOULTON AND BESWICK CHARACTER JUGS AND FIGURES 820. A group of eighteen Royal Doulton character jugs, includeing small Gypsy , Viking and Henry Doulton double hand printed maks (14) £60 - £80

830. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Quasimodo, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

821. A group of fourteen Royal Doulton character jugs, includeing Large Gypsy, Nelson and Henry Doulton double handle printed maks (14) £80 - £120

831. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Clown, auburn brown hair colourway, sample Royal Doulton marks £300 - £400 832. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Santa Claus doll handle, unfinished white hat, Royal Doulton marks (seconds) £30 - £50 833. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Desparate Dan, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 834. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Clown, blue lapel, dark green hat colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 835. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Guardsman, blue lapel colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 836. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Falconer, silver and gold highlights colourway, special order Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60

822 822. A Royal Doulton large character jug, double sided Mephistopheles, printed marks, 15cm high £200 - £300 823. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Pendle Witch, clothing painted in a colourway, Royal Doulton backstamp, 17cm high £80 - £120 824. A Royal Doulton large character jug, double sided Napoleon and Josephine, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 825. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Snooker Player, gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 826. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Rick Parfitt Status Quo, silver and gold highlights colourway, artist sample Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 827. A Royal Doulton small character jug, North American Indian, green totem pole, gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 828. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Long John Silver, silver and gold highlights colourway, gold sample Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

837. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Chopin, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 838. A Royal Doulton miniature character jug, Guardsman, blue lapel, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £30 - £50 839. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Ringo Starr of the Beatles, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 840. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Sir Stanley Matthews, silver and gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 841. A Royal Doulton small character jug, London Bobby, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 842. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Sir Stanley Matthews, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 843. A group of three Royal Doulton character jugs, small, miniature and tiny Santa Claus, each with gold highlights, property £100 - £150 of Royal Doulton and sample marks (3) 844. A group of Thirteen Royal Doulton character jugs and six various other items of pottery, printed marks (19) £60 - £80

829. A Royal Doulton large character jug, London Bobby, silver and gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

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845 845. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Guy Fawkes, hat band darker red painted in a colourway, property of Royal Doulton backstamp, 18cm high £80 - £120

853 856. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Hampshire Cricketer, colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks£30 - £50 857. A Royal Doulton medium character jug, Bill Shankley, yellow colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

846 846. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Henry V, flag and crown painted in a colourway, 19cm high £100 - £150 847. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Santa Claus, all green version, 11cm high £100 - £150

858. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Sir Stanley Matthews, yellow colourway, not produced for resale Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 852

848. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Santa Claus, with a white handle, 11cm high £80 - £120

852. A Royal Doulton small prototype character jug, Ronnie Corbet, missing quote on handle, signed by Michael Doulton, 10cm high £30 - £50

849. A group of twelve Royal Doulton character jugs, miniature to large sizes, all white, some unglazed, mostly with printed markss, tallest 17cm high (12) £60 - £80

853. Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup, circa 1932, type two George Washington, twin handled baluster form, printed marks, 22cm high £1800 - £2200

850. A group of three Royal Doulton large character jugs, Queen Victoria, The Antagonists George III and George Washington, George Custer and Sitting Bull, 18cm high (3) £30 - £50

854. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Santa Claus plain handle, gold highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

851. A group of three Royal Doulton large character jugs, Santa claus, 18cm high (3) £30 - £50

855. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Brian Johnston, silver and gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60

859. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Football Supporter, yellow colourway, not produced for resale Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 860. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Brian Johnston, silver and gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £30 - £50 861. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Clown, purple lapel, green hat colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 862. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Dennis and Gnasher, silver and gold highlights colourway, gold sample Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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863. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Guardsman, white lapel, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 864. A Royal Doulton large character jug, City Gent, silver and gold highlights colourway, not produced for sale Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 865. A Royal Doulton medium character jug, Geronimo, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 866. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Count Dracula, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 867. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Desparate Dan, silver and gold highlights colourway, gold sample Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80 868. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Clown, dark grey hair colourway, sample Royal Doulton marks £300 - £400 869. A group of three Royal Doulton toby jugs, Father Christmas, two with gold highlights all colourways, property of Royal Doulton and not for sale marks (3) £80 - £120 870. A Royal Doulton small character jug, W. G. Grace, gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 871. A Royal Doulton medium character jug, Annie Oakley, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

876. A group of four Royal Doulton miniature character jugs, Porthos, Aramis, Athos and D’artagnan, silver and gold highlights and colourways, sample Royal Doulton marks (4) £80 - £120 877. Two Royal Doulton small character jugs, Guardsman, black lapel and blue lapel, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £40 - £60 878. A Royal Doulton small character jug, George Tinworth, green lapels,silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £20 - £40 879. Two Royal Doulton small character jugs, Toby Philpots and Pickwick, dark blue hats colourway, sample Royal Doulton marks (2) £40 - £60 880. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Catherine Arogon, hair cover decorated ,blue trim colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 881. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Policeman, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 882. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Veteran Motorist, silver and gold highlights colourway, special order Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 883. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Elvis Presley Jail House Rock, silver and gold highlights colourway, gold sample Royal Doulton marks £80 - £120

888. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Mae West, black hair colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60 889. Two Royal Doulton miniature character jugs, Snowman carrot nose and Snowman cracker handle, prototype each with gold or silver highlights, Property of Royal Doulton mark, (2) £40 - £60 890. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and Cymbal Player, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 891. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Highland and Toboggan, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 892. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and Flautist, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 893. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Lady Snowman and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

895. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

873. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Winston Churchill, missing script on handle, Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

875. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Snooker Player, silver highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60

887. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Henry V, silver and gold highlights colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £40 - £60

894. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Thankyou and Snowballing, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

872. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Santa Claus reindeer handle, gold highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

874. A Royal Doulton small character jug, Jockey, design sample Property of Royal Doulton marks £20 - £40

886. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Winston Churchill, silver and gold highlights colourway, sample Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

896. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Piano and Pianist and Violinist, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 884 884. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Lewis Carroll, brown rabbit colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks£40 - £60 885. A Royal Doulton large character jug, Guardsman, black lapel colourway, Property of Royal Doulton marks £60 - £80

897. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Thankyou and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 898. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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899. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Cowboy and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

910. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Santa music box, Doctor and Jack Horner all prototype some with gold and silver highlights, sample Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120

900. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

911. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Home Run, Groom and Sir Galahad all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton and sample backstamps (3) £80 - £120

901. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Thank you and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

912. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Easter Greetings, Sleigh Ride and Juliet all prototype with gold and silver highlights, Royal Doulton sample backstamps (3) £80 - £120

902. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Santa, Mystic Wizard and Tourist all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120

913. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Santa, Sands Of Time and Rainy Day all prototype some with gold and silver highlights, Royal Doulton sample backstamps (3) £80 - £120

903. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, School Master, Sleigh Ride and Fireman all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120

914. A Royal Doulton figure, Billy Bunnykins from the Ltd 75 years set, prototype gold highlights, doulton sample mark, 12cm high £40 - £60

904. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Santa, Doctor and Will Scarlet all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120

915. A Royal Doulton figure, large Father Bunnykins, prototype colourway, property of Royal Doulton mark, 17cm high £40 - £60

905. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Mrs bunnykins Easter Parade, Policeman and Vicar all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120 906. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Uncle Sam, Santa and another all prototype with gold highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120 907. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Aussie Surfer, Christmas Surprise and Double Bass all prototype with gold highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120 908. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Old Ballon Seller, Mystic Wizard and Mr Bunnybeat all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton backstamps (3) £80 - £120 909. A group of Three Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Easter Greetings, Mystic Wizard and Sundial all prototype with gold and silver highlights, property of Royal Doulton and sample backstamps (3) £80 - £120

916. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Violinist and Drummer, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 917. Royal Doulton, The Snowman and James Dancing in the Snow, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £80 - £120 918. Three Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and Thankyou, silver and gold highlights colourways, property of Royal Doulton marks (3) £80 - £120 919. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Bass Drummer and Trumpeter, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 920. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Toboggan and Violinist, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of royal doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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932. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Build a snowman and The Snowman, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 933. A group of Beswick prototype koala bears, flambe glazed, printed marks (4) £100 - £150 934. A Beswick / Royal Albert prototype Beatrix Potter figure, Pig Wig and Pigling Bland from the Tale of Pigling Bland, property of Royal Doulton marks, 11cm high. £800 - £1200 935. A Beswick / Royal Albert prototype Beatrix Potter figure, Aunt Pettitoes ‘Gravy and Potatoes” from Appley Dapplys nursery rhymes, property of Royal Doulton marks, 11cm high. £400 - £600 936. A group of fourteen Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, gold backstamps, printed marks (14) £60 - £80

921 921. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Piano and Pianist and Drummer, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 922. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Cowboy and Snowballing, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 923. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Toboggan and Thankyou, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of royal doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 924. Royal Doulton snowmen figure, The Snowman musical box , gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks £80 - £120 925. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and The Snowman,both colourways, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 926. Royal Doulton figure, Alfie bulldog, gold highlights colouway, printed marks £80 - £120 927. Royal Doulton figure, Alfie bulldog, silver highlights colouway, printed marks £80 - £120 928. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and Highland, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 929. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Thankyou and Sylish, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 930. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Thankyou and Violinist, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of Royal Doulton marks (2) £80 - £120 931. Two Royal Doulton snowmen figures, Stylish and Cellist, gold and silver highlights colourway, property of royal doulton marks (2) £80 - £120

937 937. A Royal Albert figure, Peter Rabbit, in different colourway, printed marks, not produced for sale, 17cm high £40 - £60 938. A group of five Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, gold backstamps, printed marks (5) £60 - £80 939. A group of five Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, gold backstamps, printed marks (5) £60 - £80 940. A group of five Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, gold backstamps, printed marks (5) £60 - £80 941. A group of ten Beswick and Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures, brown backstamps, printed marks (10) £60 - £80 942. A group of ten Beswick and Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures, brown backstamps, printed marks (10) £60 - £80 943. A group of eight Beswick and Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures, brown backstamps, printed marks (8) £40 - £60 944. A Beswick / Royal Albert prototype Beatrix Potter figure, Alexander from the Tale of Pigling Bland, property of Royal Doulton marks, 11cm high. £400 - £600

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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CONTINENTAL CERAMICS 945. A Dutch Delft charger, circa 1750, painted with a woman holding a flower, 32cm diameter £80 - £120 946. A Dutch Delft charger, circa 1760, polychrome decorated with a woman and boy in landscape with trees, 34.5cm diameter £100 - £150 947. A Dutch Delft polychrome plate, circa 1750, painted with a floral bouquet in a basket, red diamond border, 22.5cm diameter £50 - £80 948. A Dutch Delft polychrome plate, circa 1750, painted with a deer in a landscape, striped and spotted border, 23cm diameter £50 - £80 949. A German stoneware Bellarmine or Bartmakrug, 16th century, ovoid onion form, relief moulded wheel and mask, 22.5cm high £100 - £200 950. A Delft blue and white bottle, square section, painted with castles and putti, 18.5cm high £30 - £50 955 951. A Delft faience blue and white Toby jug, 23cm high £40 - £60 952. Seven Dutch Delft tiles, manganese, various Biblical scenes, 13cm square £100 - £150

955. A Sevres style plate, circa 1890, painted with a central scene Bataille de Fontenoy, within a cobalt blue and gilt festoon border, 24cm diameter £200 - £300

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953. A collection of twelve 17th or 18th century Delft blue and white tiles, probably Dutch, painted with various Biblical stories, one with a floral vase, 13cm square (12) £200 - £400

956. A Herend porcelain pedestal vase and cover, circa 1890, Vienna style tooled gilt and painted panels, incised and printed marks, 12.5cm high £100 - £150

954. Four Continental porcelain handled knives, in the Meissen style, blue and white pistol gris with onion pattern decoration, steel blades, 23cm long (4) £30 - £50

956A. Pair of Dutch Delft figural cruets, circa 1800, modelled as a male and female sat on a tree stumps, painted in colours, 13.5cm high £200 - £300

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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960. A Vienna style porcelain milk jug and cover, shouldered cylindrical form, painted with monochrome scenes of putti between tooled gilt borders on pink ground, angled handle and three horn feet, 14cm high £250 - £350 961. An Italian Naples Capodimonte type relief moulded lidded tankard, together with a figure of a traveling entertainer, the tankard modelled with a battle scene, 18cm high (2) £100 - £150

957 957. A painted porcelain plaque of Ophelia, in a white metal and paste easel frame, 14cm high £650 - £700 962 962. A Sevres porcelain miniature teapot, circa 1770, cylindrical form, blue ground, painted with floral bouquets within tooled gilt cartouches, blue mark, 8cm high £400 - £600 963. A Sevres porcelain coffee can and saucer, circa 1800, painted with exotic birds within gilt feathered foliate fronds and garland cartouches, blue marks (2) £120 - £160

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964. A Sevres style sucriere or chocolate pot and cover, painted with a courting couple and lake scene within tooled gilt cartouches, melon moulded finial, blue marks, 9cm high £120 - £160

958. A Continental porcelain box, rectagular section, relief moulded basket weave and Rococo catouche, painted with flroal sprays, gilt metal mounts, 9cm wide, 6cm high, 7cm deep £250 - £300

965 965. A Sevres porcelain coffee can and saucer, circa 1800, later decorated with tooled gilt and jewelled banding, on cobalt blue ground (2) £120 - £160 966. A group of seven Dresden porcelain figures, 20th century, tallest 16cm high (7) £80 - £120 959 959. A Berlin porcelain potpourri jar and cover, ogee ovoid bombe form, relief moulded with mask and feather headdress handles, united by swags, reticulated to the shoulder, painted with floral bouquets, 15.5cm high £250 - £350

967. A Royal Vienna cabinet plate, Sorgenthal period, impressed date code 804 for 1804, painted in coloured enamels with a panel of Scaramouche from the Commedia dell’ Arte tuning his guitar, bordered by green enamel with gilt decoration with shell and scroll motifs below a beaded border, blue and puce printed marks to base, 24.6cm diameter £750 - £950

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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972. A Meissen porcelain soup plate, the central roundel painted with a courting couple in garden landscape, within a gilt wreath, the border in blue with relief moulded florally painted cartouches, 23.5cm diameter £450 - £500 973. A Meissen lidded pot and plate, footed ovoid form, cobalt blue ground with tooled gilt wreaths and floral cartouches, the finial in the form of a rose, 13cm high £550 - £600 974. A Meissen porcelain plate, the central roundel painted with a courting couple in garden landscape, within a gilt wreath, the border in blue with relief moulded florally painted cartouches, 23.5m diameter £450 - £500

968 968. A Berlin porcelain jug, circa 1870, relief moulded footed ovoid form with narrow cylindrical neck, painted with a central ambush and traveling scene, in the 17th century style, 26cm high £200 - £300

979 979. A Meissen porcelain oval dish, 19th century, painted port scene within gilded blue borders, with painted underglazed mark (seconded), 18cm diameter £20 - £30 980. A French faience plate, late 19th century, decorated with a lady, verso signed Valentine B... 30 Nov 1879 Paris, 28cm diameter £30 - £50 981. A Quimper tea set, including teapot, milk jug, sugar pot and six cups and saucers, base marked Luchon 72 (9) £100 - £150

969. A Meissen terracotta figure of a squirrel, 20th century, impressed and incised marks, P237, 15cm high £100 - £150

982. Pair of French faience twin handled vases, circa 1900, decorated with fleur-de-lis in a roundel with foliate border, painted marks, 27cm high (2) £30 - £50 983. Francois Maurice, a Palissy dish, circa 1875, relief moulded with a fish on bracken, surrounded by shells and insects, incised signature, 41cm long £200 - £300

970 970. A Meissen porcelain teapot, circa 1800, ovoid form, painted with birds to each side, below a ribbon and bar border, relief moulded floral finial, blue mark, 12.5cm high £150 - £200

975 975. A Meissen porcelain scent bottle, circa 1900, modelled as a boy and goat around a tree stump, the lid in the form of a bunch of grapes, sword marks and paintes initials, 7cm high £650 - £750 976. A Meissen topographical inkwell, circa 1880, painted with scene of Der Brand and flowers within a cobalt blue and gilt border, script Der Brand and blue crossed swords to the base, 7cm diameter £80 - £120 977. A Meissen figure of an apple girl, after J J Kaendler, 20th century, modelled as a girl holding an apple and a basket of apples, 12cm high £100 - £150

971 971. A Meissen porcelain figure of a bear, circa 1880, modelled wearing a collar and sitting, 10.5cm high £150 - £250

978. A Meissen figure, Ceres, modelled with sculptors mallet and bust below, impressed numbers 1717, 16.5cm high £200 - £300

984 984. Fourmaintraux Courquin Desvres, a faience pottery figure of a parrot, glass eyes, perched on a tree stump, circa 1930, mark Mont-St-Michel, 46cm high £70 - £90

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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985. A large French Faience charger, circa 1850, painted with a woman and swordfish, within a sponged green border, 42cm diameter £60 - £80 986. A French majolica twin handled vase, bulbous form, the handles modelled as elephants, the neck with millefleur pattern fading to blue, impressed marks 1266, 36cm high £300 - £500

994 990 990. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, ovoid form with bar column handles, painted to each side with William overseeing the swearing of the oath and a Norman knight, incised marks, 14.5cm high £60 - £80

994. Louis Etienne Desmant, two French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre jugs, circa 1890, shouldered form, one as a knopped neck flagon, each painted with Duke William, one overseeing the swearing of the oath, the reverse with bird and lion, highlighted in gold lustre, incised marks, 14cm high (2) £60 - £80 995. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre jug, circa 1890, ovoid form with flared neck, painted with Wido receiving messengers from Duke William, the reverse with a bird, highlighted in silver lustre, incised mark, 16cm high £50 - £80

987 987. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, trin handled flattened ovoid form, painted with a knight receiving the keys from Conan after the battle of Dinan, the other side with the English ship landing in Normandy, highlighted in silver lustre, incised marks, 18cm high £60 - £80

996. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, ovoid form, painted with two scenes from the swearing of the oath, Harold to one side, witnesses to the other, highlighted in silver lustre, incised marks, 13cm high £60 - £80 991 991. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, twin handled squat ovoid form with conical neck and angled handles, painted with Duke William and Harold to each side, from the swearing of the oath, highlighted in copper lustre, incised marks, Subles, 15cm high £80 - £120

988 988. Louis Etienne Desmant, a matched pair of French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vases, circa 1890, ovoid form with conical necks, one painted with a ship arriving at Pevensey, the other with a messenger at Hastings before the Norman knights leave for battle, the reverse with lion and bird, incised marks, 16cm high (2) £100 - £150 989. Louis Etienne Desmant, two French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vases, circa 1890, twin handled shouldered form, each painted with Duke William overseeing the swearing of the oath, the reverse with a bird and a lion, incised marks, 14.5cm high (2) £60 - £80

992. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, shouldered rectangular section with twin loop handles, painted with Harold’s nobles presenting the crown, highlighted in copper lustre, the reverse with cartouche of bird, incised mark, 23cm high £100 - £150 993. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vase, circa 1890, twin handled double gourd form, relief moulded angled handles, painted with Duke William about to embark on the ships to England, the reverse with a bird, highlighted in silver lustre, incised marks Subles Normandie, 19cm high £50 - £80

997 997. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre jug, circa 1890, flattened shouldered form, painted with King Harold in majesty, the reverse with a lion, incised mark, 18.5cm high £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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998. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre ginger jar and cover, circa 1890, shouldered form, painted with Harold riding to Bosham, the reverse with bird, the lid decorated with a lion, highlighted in silver lustre, incised marks, 14cm high £40 - £70 999. Louis Etienne Desmant, two French faience Bayeux Tapestry lustre vases, circa 1890, ovoid form with shaped handles and bulbous and flared necks, painted with Duke William overseeing the oath and Duke Harold, the reverse with lion and winged creature, highlighted in copper lustre, incised marks, 17.5cm high £50 - £80

1002. Alfred John Foretay, L’Aube, circa 1900, an art nouveau terracotte sculpture of woman with an imitation bronze glaze £400 - £600

1009. A Royal Dux figure group, circa 1920, modelled as two wood nymphs partially dressed climbing on a plant with flowers and leaves, 34cm high £150 - £250

1003. A Continental figure group of a man and woman with parasol and mandolin, 19th century, probably German, impressed and incised numbers, 36cm high £40 - £70

1010 1004 1004. Maurice Girard, art deco ceramic sculpture, circa 1930, cream coloured sculpture of a nude lady reclining stamped to base Importe by Robj Paris Luxembourg, 42cm long £400 - £600 1000 1000. Louis Etienne Desmant, a French faience Bayeux Tapestry vase, circa 1890, twin handled flattened shouldered form, painted with a scene from the work, burning a house, the reverse with horses leaving Duke William’s ships at Pevensey, the angled handles moulded in relief, incised marks, Subles Normandie, 23cm high £100 - £150

1005. An Arts and Crafts faience plate, 1904, painted with a woman playing the flute, surrounded by snakes, signed N Chochod, 28cm diameter £50 - £80 1006. A Della Robbia plaque in a glass case, Italian 19th century, gilded frame, mounted on board, plaque 90cm wide £450 - £650 1007. A terracotta and plaster art pottery bust of a sleeping girl, 26cm high £30 - £50

1010. Paul Milet for Sevres, a tubelined vase, converted to a lamp, circa 1890, mallet form, decorated with Art Nouveau water lily design, below a gold leaf neck, printed and incised mark, 12cm high to fitting £80 - £120 1011. Carl Sigmund Luber for Johann von Schwarz, a Jugendstil tubelined plaque, circa 1896, in the Art Nouveau style, irises and a portrait medallion of a woman in profile, incised marks 8925, 24cm x 38cm £100 - £150 1012. A collection of Dutch Delft ‘cloisonne’ tiles, circa 1950, all decorated with various birds, peacocks, crows, owls and water fowl, impressed marks, 11.5cm square and larger (21) £100 - £150

1013 1013. Alphonse Cytere for Rambervillers, two Art Nouveau lustre mugs, conical and ribbed barrel forms, and a lustre vase of cuboid form, relief moulded, impressed marks, 11.5cm high (3) £40 - £70 1008 1001 1001. An Austrian painted plaster bust figure of an Arab woman, circa 1890, modelled in scarf, on plinth base, impressed monogram 498 Depose, 48cm high £150 - £200

1008. A Continental art pottery relief moulded sculpture, modelled as a galleon, on integrated plinth, probably Dutch, 22cm high £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1020A. A Nymphenburg figure of Scaramouche, after Franz Anton Bustelli, circa 1900, from Commedia dell'Arte, on a Rococo scroll base, impressed marks, 21cm high, together with a similar example of Leda, modelled holding a fan, on a scroll base, underglaze blue and impressed marks, 24cm high (2) £500 - £700 1020B. A Meissen encrusted inkwell, cover, stand, a Vienna pair of portrait plates, an Austrian pottery tobacco jar and cover modelled as a Moor boy wearing a fez, a Rosenthal art nouveau charger with landscape, and a Rosenthal group of lovers by Raymond Peynet (6) £130 - £150

1017 1014 1014. Olivier de Sorra for Pierrefonds, an Art Nouveau vase, circa 1905, dimpled bottle form, cut with peeled lappet segments to the shoulder, streaky crystalline glaze, impressed marks 5, 25.5cm high £30 - £50

1017. Clement Massier, an iridescent lustre vase, circa 1900, tapered gourd form with square foot and crimped rim, decorated with stylised leaf design, impressed marks, Golfe Juan, 13cm high £80 - £120

1021 1021. Flavia, a large Art Pottery vase, circa 1960s, baluster form with conical neck, grey eggshell glaze over terracotta, impressed marks Montelupo Italy, 35cm high £30 - £50

1018 1015 1015. Olivier de Sorra for Pierrefonds, a large Art Nouveau twin handled vase, circa 1900, globe and shaft form with buttress handles, crystalline specked green glaze over yellow, impressed marks, 390, 40.5cm high £100 - £150 1016. Clement Massier, two iridescent lustre bowls, circa 1900, one of dish form with daisy motifs, the other shallow conical form with leaf and berry design, signed, Golfe Juan, 8cm diameter (2) £40 - £60

1018. Valdemar Engelhardt for Royal Copenhagen, a porcelain vase, circa 1900, double gourd form with crystalline glaze, underglaze blue marks and monogram, F746, 18cm high £80 - £120 1019. Three crystalline glazed art pottery ad porcelain vases, various ovoid forms, unmarked, 20.5cm high (3) £30 - £50 1020. Montgolfier, a French crystalline pottery vase, circa 1960, bulbous necked form, raised marks, 23cm high £30 - £50

1022 1022. Nils Thorsson for Royal Copenhagen, an Aluminia faience vase, 1953, ovoid form, incised with alternating geometric vertical stripes, waves and bars, printed marks 1564, 19cm high£50 - £80 1023. Theodor Maden for Royal Copenhagen, a figure of a Snow Owl, model 1741, together with a Tufted Duck, number 1924, underglaze blue and painted marks, 8.5cm high (2) £40 - £60

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1024. Gerd Bogelund for Royal Copenhagen, a celadon glazed vase, 1957, relief moulded ovoid form, in the form of an artichoke, two bands of lappets, monogram and marks, 10.5cm high £40 - £60 1025. Svent Lindhart for Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl, three blanc de chine figures of sick babies, from the series of seven, 12cm high (3) £40 - £60 1026. Hutschen Reuther, a Sunchild figure, modelled as a nude woman on a gilt sphere, 22cm high £100 - £150

1029

1027. Helen Konig Scavini for Lenci, an Art Deco figure, Trofeo, 1936, modelled as a child holding a fish, kneeling on a mound of fish and coral, painted marks, 51cm high £2000 - £3000 1028. Abele Jacopi for Lenci, a figure, Ragazza Abyssinia, circa 1936, modelled as a semi nude woman resting on a large water urn, signed and painted marks, 45cm high £1000 - £1500 1029. A Goldscheider figure Traumende, circa 1942, modeled as a reclining nude with an imitation patinated bronze glaze, 63cm long £180 - £220 1030. A Goldscheider wall mask of a laughing clown, 6640, impressed marks, 19.5cm length £400 - £500

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1028

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


DAY THREE Saturday 5th October


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MOORCROFT 1036. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a large Elephant vase, circa 2005, ovoid conical form, 37cm high £100 - £200 1037. A Moorcroft Woodside Farm vase, printed marks to base, height 16cm £250 - £350

1033 1033. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, an Elephant vase, circa 1999, ovoid form, incised and jewelled slip, impressed marks, no.19, 25.5cm high £80 - £120 1031 1031. Sally Tuffin, Dennis China Works for the Victoria and Albert Museum, a Bullerswood limited edition vase, 2003, shouldered form with wide brim, 19 of 100, impressed marks, 35.5cm high £100 - £150

1038 1038. Jeanne McDougall for Moorcroft, a Balloons ginger jar and cover, 1999, impressed marks and label, 21cm high £40 - £70 1039. Carole Lovett for Moorcroft, a large Puffin vase, 1997, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks, 34cm high £400 - £600 1040. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, a Woodside Farm lamp base, 2000, ovoid shouldered form, on wooden base, 26cm high to fixing £60 - £80

1034 1034. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, a Zebra vase, circa 1998, cylindrical shouldered form with straight neck, green blue incised decoration, impressed marks, no.25, 23.5cm high £80 - £120

1032 1032. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, an Elephant pot and cover, circa 2003, cylindrical form, incised decoration, realistically modelled finial in the form of an elephant, impressed marks, no.8, 16cm high £60 - £80

1035. Sally Tuffin for Dennis China Works, an Owl jug, circa 1999, ovoid form, incised decoration, impressed marks, no.45, 21cm high £50 - £80

1041 1041. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a blue on blue Peony vase, 1999, squat bulbous form, impressed marks, 17.5cm high Note: purchased from Liberty and Co. £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1042. After William Moorcroft, a Moorcroft Centenary Yacht vase, 1996, ships decanted form with knopped neck, blue on blue, impressed marks and signed by John Moorcroft, number 1049, with certificate, 24cm high £70 - £100

1046 1046. Jeanne McDougall for Moorcroft, an Owl limited edition vase, circa 1999, baluster form, 43 of 50, impressed marks and mongram, 19.5cm high £80 - £120

1043

1050 1050. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a large Seagull limited edition vase, 2004, shouldered form, 5 of 15, impressed marks and signed, 53cm high £400 - £600

1043. Rachel Bishop, Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Tudric Dream limited edition vase, 2005, shouldered form, 15 of 50, impressed marks and gilt signature, 22.5cm high £150 - £250

1047. Rachel Bishop, Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Solomon limited edition vase, 2004, narrow neck baluster form, 75 of 150, impressed and printed marks, signed in gold, 23.5cm high £120 - £180

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1048

1051

1044. A Moorcroft Blue Poppy trial vase, 2002, angled baluster form, impressed and painted marks, dated 16.5.02, 29.5cm high £120 - £180

1048. Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft, a First Fleet HMS Sirius limited edition vase, circa 1988, elongated ovoid form, 103 of 150, impressed marks and monogram, 37cm high £150 - £250

1051. Michelle Martin for Moorcroft, a Guinevere limited edition vase, 2003, inverse baluster form, 74 of 75, impressed marks, signed, 27.5cm high £100 - £200

1045. Rachel Bishop, Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Lazenby limited edition vase, 2005, elongated inverse baluster form, 6 of 50, printed and impressed marks, signed in gold, 37cm high £150 - £250

1049. Carole Lovett for Moorcroft, a Leila vase, 2003, elongated slender baluster form, impressed marks, 31cm high £120 - £180

1052. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Phoenix or Peacock Feathers vase, 1996, baluster form, impressed marks, painted by Anji Davenport, 16cm high £40 - £70

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1053. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Lagoon limited edition vase, circa 2005, narrow necked bottle form, 11 of 100, signed, 31.5cm high £180 - £250 1054. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Trout vase, circa 1998, elongated shouldered form, impressed mark and monogram, 42cm high £200 - £300 1055. Carole Lovett for Moorcroft, a small Florian Echo vase, 2003, blue on blue, impressed marks, 10cm high £30 - £50 1056. Carole Lovett for Moorcroft, a small Narcissus vase, 2003, blue on blue, bulbous form, impressed marks, 10.5cm high £30 - £50 1057. Jeanne McDougall for Moorcroft, a Florida ginger jar and cover, circa 1998, 20.5cm high £50 - £70 1058. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, a Juneberry ginger jar and cover, circa 2000, 16cm high £20 - £30

1061 1061. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, a pair of Cleopatra small vases, 2000, angled baluster form, impressed marks, seconds, 10.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 1062. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Violets vase, 2002, bottle form, one star, signed, 1432, 17cm high £40 - £70 1063. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Knypersley vase, 2003, bottle form, impressed marks and printed monogram, 31cm high £150 - £250 1064. Paul Hilditch for Moorcroft, a Hesperian Crown Imperial limited edition vase, Moorcroft Collectors Club 2010, baluster form, 64 of 150, impressed marks and signed, 14cm high £50 - £80 1065. Sian Leeper for Moorcroft, a Hesperian Waters limited edition vase, 2005, bottle form, 6 of 50, printed and impressed marks, MacIntyre, signed, 23.5cm high Note: illustrated in Street, F. 2006, Moorcroft a New Dawn, p.361 £150 - £250 1066. Anji Davenport for Moorcroft, a Queen of the Night, Moorcroft Collectors Club vase, 2001, squat ovoid form, impressed marks and signed, 11.5cm high £40 - £70

1059 1059. Kerry Goodwin for Moorcroft, an Amphisbaena limited edition vase, 2006, elongated baluster form, 6 of 100, impressed marks, signed by the artist, 37.5cm high £150 - £250 1060. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Snowdrops trial vase, 2002, footed trumpet form, variation of the Nivalis pattern, impressed marks, 16cm high £40 - £70

1067 1067. Nicola Slaney for Moorcroft, an Anna Lily vase, circa 1998, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks, seconds, 27cm high £60 - £100

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1068. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Spirit of Liberty limited edition vase, 2001, ovoid form, 81 of 200, impressed marks, 37cm high £250 - £350

1071. Rachel Bishop for Moorcroft, a Blue on Blue vase, 2003, ships decanter form, impressed marks, 24cm high £50 - £80

1069. Shirley Hayes for Moorcroft, a large Venice by Night limited edition vase, 2001, angled baluster form, 5 of 5, impressed marks and signed, 47.5cm high £800 - £1200

1072. Emma Bossons for Moorcroft, a Symphony lidded bonbonnier, Moorcroft Collectors Club 2003, twin handled pedestal chalice form, impressed marks and signed, 140, 23cm high, in box £80 - £120

1070. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a Chrysanthemum Blue on Blue vase, 2003, bottle form, impressed marks, 23.5cm high £40 - £70

1073. Rachel Bishop, Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Regent limited edition vase, 2006, elongated shouldered form, 5 of 25, impressed marks, signed, 43cm high £150 - £250

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1082. Walter Moorcroft, a small Clematis vase, circa 1950s, shouldered form, on blue, Late Queen Mary sticker, 10.5cm high £50 - £80

1074. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a pair of Simeon vases, 1999, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks, seconds, 21cm high (2) £80 - £120

1083. Walter Moorcroft, a large Anemone on green vase, 1953, shouldered ovoid form, impressed marks and facsimile, underglaze teal monogram and date, 37.5cm high £500 - £800 1084. Walter Moorcroft, a large Orchid jardiniere or vase, circa 1950s, conical beaker form, green ground, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, late Queen Mary sticker, 22cm high £150 - £200

1078 1078. Walter Moorcroft, a Rock of Ages limited edition vase, 1998, elongated ovoid form, 11 of 50, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 37cm high £120 - £180 1075 1075. Philip Gibson for Moorcroft, a large Profusion limited edition vase, circa 2001, inveserse baluster form, 49 of 100, impressed marks and signed, 43cm high £400 - £600

1079. Three Walter Moorcroft pin dishes, circa 1950, two Clematis and one Pansy, largest 12cm diameter (3) £30 - £40

1085 1085. Walter Moorcroft, a Flambe Clematis vase, circa 1960s, baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 21cm high £200 - £400 1086. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid bowl, circa 1950s, footed form, yellow draining to green, impressed marks and underglaze monogram, Late Queen Mary sticker, 16cm diameter £50 - £80

1080 1076 1076. Lisa B Moorcroft, a pink and green lustre Holly vase, circa 1980, elongated inverse baluster form, monogram, 36cm high £80 - £120 1077. Lisa B Moorcroft, a Holly pot and cover, 1989, cylindrical form with domed lid, tubelined, incised initials, 6.5cm diameter £30 - £50

1080. Walter Moorcroft, a large Hibiscus vase, circa 1960s, elongated ovoid form, red and yellow on blue, impressed marks, Late Queen Mary sticker, 38cm high £120 - £180 1081. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960s, ovoid form, blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, Late Queen Mary sticker, £80 - £120 19cm high

1087. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960s, elongated neck baluster form, on blue, impressed marks and underglaze green monogram, Late Queen Mary sticker, 32cm high £80 - £120 1088. Walter Moorcroft, an Orchid vase, circa 1960, bottle form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 27cm high £80 - £120 1089. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1970s, shouldered form, pink on green, impressed marks, underglaze green monogram, 19cm high £30 - £50

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1092

1095

1090. Walter Moorcroft, a Hibiscus vase, circa 1960s, baluster form, pink on green, impressed marks, underglaze green monogram and Late Queen Mary sticker, 22cm high £60 - £80

1095. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Poppy vase, circa 1897, twin handled waisted trumpet form, gilt floral decoration, printed marks, 20cm high £40 - £70

1091. Walter Moorcroft, a flambe hibiscus vase, circa 1960, shouldered baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 18cm high £100 - £150

1096. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Poppy vase, circa 1897, ships decanter form with knopped neck, printed marks, 16.5cm high £100 - £150

1092. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Poppy vase, circa 1899, twin handled conical necked double gourd form, gilt over blue, with jewelled flowers, conical lid, printed marks, 29cm high £80 - £120

1097. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Aurelian Poppy vases, circa 1897, waisted trumpet form, printed marks, 25.5cm high (2) £200 - £400

1093. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Poppy pedestal vase, circa 1897, twin handled octagonal section ovoid form, printed mark, 17cm high £80 - £120 1094. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Rose vase, circa 1897, footed spherical form with trumpet neck, printed mark, 17.5cm high £40 - £70

1097

1098. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Poppy vase, circa 1897, elongated inverse baluster form, printed marks, 31cm high £80 - £120 1099. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a pair of Eighteenth Century pattern vases, circa 1908, inverse baluster form with flared necks, printed marks and underglaze green signatures, James Shoolbred retailers stamps, 20.5cm high (2) £300 - £500

1099

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1105

1100. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Cornflower bottle vase, circa 1899, onion form with elongated knopped neck, printed mark and incised monogram, M743, 28.5cm high £200 - £300

1106. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Green and Gold Florian Ware vase, circa 1903, shouldered ovoid form with narrow neck, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 22cm high £100 - £200

1101. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Cornflower bottle vase, circa 1901, onion form with elongated knopped neck, printed mark and incised monogram, M743, 28.5cm high £200 - £300

1107. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a mateched pair of Green and Gold Florian Ware vases, circa 1903, blubous form with wide crimped rim, printed marks and underglaze green monograms, 8.5cm high (2) £300 - £500

1102. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Eighteenth Century on green vase, circa 1908, double gourd form with everted wide rim, blue and lime green ground, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £100 - £200

1117 1110. William Moorcroft for MacIntyre, peacock Florian vase, circa 1900, tall frilled top form, printed marks, painted green signiature, 15cm high £200 - £300 1111. William Moorcroft for MacIntyre, a Buttercup scalloped dish, circa 1904, printed mark, 30cm wide £100 - £150 1112. William Moorcroft for James Macintyre, an Iris biscuit barrel, circa 1905, retailed by JBC&S Ltd, impressed and painted marks, 17cm high £150 - £200 1113. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an eighteenth century pattern vase, circa 1903, twin handled waisted form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 20cm high £100 - £200

1103. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Violets vase, circa 1899, waisted form with crimped rim, printed marks and incised monogram, 25.5cm high £120 - £180 1104. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Snowdrop vase, circa 1902, waisted elongated gourd form, printed mark and underglaze green signature, 26cm high £120 - £180 1105. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Green and Gold Florian Ware vase, circa 1903, elongated inverse baluster form, printed marks and underglaze green monogram, 30cm high £70 - £100

1108 1108. William Moorcroft for MacIntyre, a Florian Poppy scalloped plate, circa 1904, printed mark and incised, 23cm diameter £80 - £120 1109. William Moorcroft for MacIntyre, Florian bowl, circa 1900, printed marks, painted green signature, 9cm high £200 - £300

1114 1114. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florian Ware Dianthus vase, circa 1899, ovoid form, printed mark and incised monogram, 22cm high £200 - £400

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1123

1115. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, an Aurelian Cornflower vase, circa 1897, elongated inverse baluster form, printed marks, 31cm high £100 - £150 1116. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Florain Ware Iris vase, circa 1900, double gourd bottle form, with butterflies to the neck, printed mark and underglaze green monogram, 25cm high £250 - £400 1117. William Moorcroft for liberty, a Prunus vase, circa 1908, a waisted form, impressed and painted marks, 30cm high . £100 - £150 1118. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Flamminian red vase, circa 1906, footed ovoid shouldered form, printed mark, incised signature, 22cm high £200 - £400 1119. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a small Flamminian red ginger jar, circa 1906, ovoid shouldered form with threaded neck, wooden lid, printed mark, underglaze green signature, 10cm high £100 - £150

1122

1120. William Moorcroft for Liberty and Co., a Flamminian red vase, circa 1906, ogee necked baluster form, printed mark, underglaze green signature, 17cm high £80 - £120 1121. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Pomegranate on green vase, circa 1910, footed trumpet form, impressed number and underglaze green signature, 22cm high £800 - £1200 1122. William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre, a Claremont pedestal bowl, circa 1905, flared cylindrical drum form on splayed ring foot, printed and impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 18.5cm diameter, 12cm high £300 - £500 1123. William Moorcroft, a large Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1918, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 37cm high £500 - £800 1124. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1916, conical ovoid form, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 15.5cm high £400 - £600

1124

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1125. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1928, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 16cm high £100 - £200 1126. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue vase, circa 1925, ovoid shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21.5cm high £150 - £250 1127. William Moorcroft, a large twin handled lustre pedestal bowl, circa 1916, purple, chalice form, impressed marks and underglaze signature, 25cm high £70 - £100

1133 1133. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1925, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze teal signature, 17cm high £120 - £180 1134. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1915, cylindrical trumpet form, on foot, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 26cm high £200 - £400 1135. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, elongated inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze teal monogram, 20cm high £120 - £180

1128 1128. William Moorcroft, a Claremont vase, circa 1920, inverse baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 16.5cm high £800 - £1200 1129. William Moorcroft, a miniature Big Poppy bowl, circa 1925, footed hemispherical form, impressed mark, 5.5cm diameter £200 - £300 1130. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1915, flared neck baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green monogram, 17cm high £120 - £180 1131. William Moorcroft, a small Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1928, shouldered form, impressed mark and underglaze green monogram, 11cm high £70 - £100

1136

1132. William Moorcroft, a large Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1928, footed trumpet form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 31cm high £150 - £250

1136. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on blue vase, circa 1925, impressed marks, underglaze blue monogram, 10.5cm high £60 - £100 1137. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue bowl, circa 1923, shallow footed form, the exterior with white and blue ground, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 23.5cm diameter £150 - £250

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1142. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1915, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem marks and ungerglaze green signature, 28.5cm high £300 - £500

1138 1138. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Big Poppy vase, circa 1929, straight necked baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 26cm high £200 - £300 1139. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1915, ovoid form with everted rim, impressed Burslem marks and underglaze green signature, 25.5cm high £150 - £250

1143 1143. William Moorcroft, a Late Florian vase, circa 1920, waisted cylindrical form, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 32cm high £300 - £500 1144. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on blue vase, circa 1928, straight necked baluster form, impressed marks and facsimile signature, underglaze blue signature, 27cm high £120 - £180 1145. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre and blue vase, circa 1920, twin handled amphora form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 21cm high £300 - £500

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1146

1140. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1914, ships decanter form with knopped neck, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 27cm high £400 - £600

1146. William Moorcroft, a pair of Moonlit Blue candlesticks, circa 1925, of squat form with Liberty’s Tudric pewter sconces, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high. (2) £400 - £600

1141. William Moorcroft, a Big Poppy vase, circa 1925, tapered shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 29.5cm high £300 - £500

1147. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1916, elongated cylindrical form, impressed Burslem marks, painted green signiature, 17.5cm high £200 - £300

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1152

1148. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster twin handled form, impressed and painted marks, 25cm high £300 - £400

1155. William Moorcroft, a Claremont toadstool vase, circa 1920, small baluster form, impressed marks, 8cm high. £250 - £350

1149. William Moorcroft, a small Eventide vase, circa 1925, ovoid baluster form, impressed marks and underglaze blue monogram, 8.5cm high £300 - £500

1156. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre bowl, circa 1925, low tazza form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm diameter £150 - £250

1150. William Moorcroft, a Leaf and Grape vase in a matt glaze, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed marks, 25cm high £100 - £150

1157. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, open neck posy form, impressed and painted marks, 8.5cm high £100 - £200

1151. A William Moorcroft ‘powder blue’ tea service, comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, sugar, four cups, saucers, sandwich plates and dessert plates, impressed marks - Moorcroft, Made in England , (20) £100 - £150 1152. William Moorcroft, a Late Honesty vase, circa 1930, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 18.5cm high £200 - £400 1153. William Moorcroft, a Late Honesty bowl, circa 1930, low pedestal form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm high £200 - £400 1154. William Moorcroft, a Claremont toadstool vase, circa 1920, shouldered baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 17.5cm high. £400 - £600

1158 1158. William Moorcroft, a Pansy on White jardiniere, circa 1910, painted green signature, 18cm high £300 - £500 1159. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, elongated baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 20cm high £100 - £200

1155

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1162. William Moorcroft, a Moonlit Blue vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 13cm high. £400 - £600 1163. William Moorcroft, a Moonlit Blue vase, circa 1925, small baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 8.8cm high. £400 - £600 1164. William Moorcroft, a small Pansy on white vase, circa 1916, inverse baluster form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green monogram, 10cm high £150 - £200 1165. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate vase, circa 1925, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 21cm high £150 - £250 1166. William Moorcroft, a miniature Pomegranate on ochre vase, circa 1914, shouldered form, impressed Burslem mark and underglaze green signature, 8.5cm high £250 - £300 1160 1160. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, dated 1913, baluster form, painted green signiature, 12.5cm high £200 - £400

1161 1161. William Moorcroft, a Pomegranate on ochre vase, dated 1913, baluster form, painted green signiature, 10cm high £200 - £400

1167 1167. William Moorcroft, a Flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1935, inverse baluster form, impressed facsimile marks and underglaze blue signature, 25cm high £500 - £800 1168. William Moorcroft, a flambe Leaf and Berry vase, circa 1930, baluster form, impressed and painted marks, 15cm high £100 - £150

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1173 1173. William Moorcroft, a large Moonlit Blue bowl, circa 1925, shallow footed form with lipped rim, impressed marks and underglaze green signature, 32cm diameter £300 - £500 1169 1169. William Moorcroft, a large Flambe Cornflower vase, circa 1930, shouldered form, impressed marks and underglaze blue signature, 32cm high £800 - £1200

1174 1174. A W N Pugin (attributed), a Gothic Revival Parian ware bread plate, Waste Not Want Not, relief moulded Jasperware, white over blue, with bands of Gothic arcading and vine leaves, around a central acanthus rosette, 33.5cm diameter £80 - £120 1170 1170. William Moorcroft, a pair of Waving Corn vases, circa 1935, elongated inverse baluster form, salt glazed turquoise and blue, impressed marks, HM Queen sticker to one, underglaze blue signatures, 23.5cm high (2) £400 - £600 1171. William Moorcroft, two lustre vases, circa 1916, including a yellow inverse baluster form vase and a purple ovoid bowl, impressed marks 21.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 1172. William Moorcroft, a Wisteria on blue bowl, circa 1920, shallow flared form, impressed marks and underglaze green mark, 21.5cm diameter £100 - £200

1175. A W N Pugin for Minton, a collection of Gothic Revival encaustic tiles, various motifs, including borders, 15.5cm square (26) £400 - £600 1176. Minton and Co., a set of 18 encaustic tiles, circa 1860, geometric Gothic Revival style foliate designs in blue and cream, 15.5cm square (18) £70 - £100 1177. John Moyr Smith for Minton, a Shakespeare dessert service, circa 1880, octagonal form, transfer printed with scenes from plays, including ten plates and three comports (13) £400 - £600

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1183 1183. A Minton Aesthetic Period Jug in the style of Christopher Dresser, circa 1870, decorated in stylised gold floral and green leaf decoration with red highlights on a cream ground, bracket handle, impressed and printed marks to the base, 19.5cm high £40 - £60

1178 1178. Henry Stacy Marks (attributed) for Minton Art Pottery, Kensington Gore, a faience vase, 1870, shouldered form, painted with King David and St Cecilia with a band of musicians, monogram possibly Edward Hammond, impressed and printed marks, 36.5cm high £500 - £800 1179. A Minton charger, painted with a kingfisher flying amongst bull rushes, retailers T Goode & Co. London, circa 1880, impressed and printed marks, 38.5cm wide £70 - £90 1184 1184. After Christopher Dresser, majolica glazed art pottery including Watcombe conical jug, Aller Vale gourd jug and Bretby globe and shaft vase, impressed marks to each, 20cm high (3) £50 - £80

1180 1180. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Tomtits pattern tiles, circa 1870, white with enamelled blue tits between narcissi and bull rushes, raised marks, 20.5cm square (2) £150 - £250 1181. Christopher Dresser for Old Hall, an Aesthetic Movement salad bowl, pink ground, transfer printed with a band of prunus and birds, above a geometric stylised bindweed border, highlighted in gilt, the plated mount by Hukin and Heath, 24cm diameter £80 - £120 1182. Christopher Dresser for Minton, a pair of Japanese Crane blue and white dinner plates, 1875, the borders decorated with a band of waves and birds in flight, impressed marks, 26.5cm diameter, together with another Aesthetic movement plate (3) £150 - £200

1185 1185. After Christopher Dresser, two Bretby art pottery bowls, green glazed, one of squat amphora form on three scrolled horn feet, crimped rim, the other ovoid form, impressed marks, 23cm diameter (2) £30 - £50

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1186. Christopher Dresser for Ault, an art pottery relief moulded clam shell vase, realistically modelled, in yellow majolica glaze, raised mark, 18cm high £80 - £120 1187. Christopher Dresser (attributed), an art pottery turquoise glazed vase, circa 1880, shouldered conical form with flared neck, lace moulded floral design to the body below a gadrooned border, incised H mark, 19cm high £50 - £80 1188. A Linthorpe pottery Henry Tooth bowl designed by Christopher Dresser with a treacle glaze, impressed marks, 12cm high £70 - £90 1189. Charles Passenger for William De Morgan, a double lustre dish, circa 1890, painted with a deer and orange tree, two lizards climbing the trunk, decorated in gold and red, with yellow highlights, alternating concentric rings to the reverse, monogram, 24cm diameter £2000 - £3000 1186

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1190 1190. William De Morgan, a lustre plate, 1872-1882, central bird within a foliate scroll border, the reverse with red concentric rings, impressed marks, 21.5cm diameter £80 - £120

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1191. William De Morgan, a lustre dish, circa 1872-1882, painted with storks within a border of alternating stylised flowering plants and open winged birds, the reverse with fish and weeds, impressed J H and J Davis mark, 30.5cm diameter

1192. William De Morgan, a lustre dish, circa 1872-1882, painted with carnations, on a J H and J Davis blank, the reverse with concentric ring and foliate scroll decoration, impressed mark, 21.5cm diameter £600 - £800

Note: recorded in the Victoria and Albert Museum publication of the Catalogue of Works by William De Morgan, 1925; Frank Ollerenshaw Collection of Modern Ceramic Art, July 25th 1935 £800 - £1200

1193. William De Morgan, a lustre dish, circa 1872-1882, painted with a central peacock within a border of interlocking stylised dolphins, the reverse with concentric rings and foliate symbol, 21.5cm diameter £300 - £500

1191

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1198. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey, a BBB tile, circa 1885, stamped mark, 15.5cm square £50 - £80 1199. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey, a pair of BBB tiles, circa 1885, stamped marks, 15.5cm square (2) £120 - £180 1200. William De Morgan for Sands End Pottery, a pair of BBB tiles, circa 1890, stamped marks, 15.5cm square (2) £80 - £120

1194 1194. William De Morgan, a pink lustre Flamingo tile, circa 1880, the bird painted on a foliate ground, 15.5cm square £300 - £500 1195. William De Morgan, a Raised Lion lustre tile, relief moulded in red and gold copper, impressed mark, 15.5cm square £150 - £250

1201 1201. William De Morgan for Sands End Pottery, a four tile panel of BBB tiles, circa 1890, stamped marks, 15.5cm square (4) £100 - £200

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1202

1196. William De Morgan, a pink lustre Partridge or Grouse tile, circa 1880, the central bird painted on a cloud banded white ground, 15.5cm square £400 - £600

1202. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey and Sands End Pottery, two BBB tiles, circa 1885 and 1890, stamped marks, 15.5cm square (2) £80 - £120

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1197 1197. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey, a BBB variant tile, circa 1885, with berry cluster to the edge, stamped mark, 15.5cm square £80 - £120

1203. William De Morgan for Merton Abbey, a pair of Flying Leaf tiles, circa 1885, stamped marks, 15.5cm square (2) £100 - £200 1204. William De Morgan, a set of ten Flying Leaf half tiles, circa 1885, 15cm x 7.5cm approx (10) £80 - £120

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1205 1205. William De Morgan for Sands End Pottery, a three bird tile, circa 1890, green with birds sitting and in flight, within a foliate and polka dot ground, impressed mark, 15.5cm square £100 - £200

1209 1209. William Morris or Philip Webb (attributed) for Van Hulst, a pair of Arts and Crafts Dutch Red Berries or Lawtegel tiles, circa 1890, painted with green fruiting plant, 15.5cm square (2) Note: see Myers, R & H, 1996, William Morris Tiles, Richard Dennis, p.141, figure 246, for an illustrated example of this tile design; the original Yellow Berry design was produced for William Lawton of Manchester, but made and retailed by other factories, including Morris and Co. £100 - £150 1210. A pair of Arts and Crafts tubelined tiles, Dutch scenes, monogram FG, 31cm x 15.5cm (2) £100 - £150 1206 1206. William De Morgan, a Galleon tile, circa 1898, painted in full sail with a bird and whales, impressed 98 mark, 15.5cm square £150 - £250

1211. Walter Crane for Minton, a set of six nursery rhyme tiles, circa 1877, hand painted with various scenes, I Had a Little Nut Tree, Little Bo Peep, Two Little Lovers, How Does My Ladys Garden Grown, Where Are You Going To My Pretty Maid and How Do You Do My Dear, all within geometric foliate borders, some monogrammed WC, raised marks, 20.5cm square (6) £400 - £600

1207 1207. William De Morgan, a Galleon tile, circa 1898, painted in full sail with dolphins, impressed 98 mark, 15.5cm square £150 - £250

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1208. William De Morgan, a Galleon tile, circa 1898, painted with sails folded and oars out, with dolphins, impressed 98 mark, 15.5cm square £150 - £250

1212. Polly Brace for Dunsmore, a set of ten Zodiac tiles, circa 1928, each with blue stencilled design, on Minton Tiles blanks, stamped to the edges, 10cm square (10) £50 - £80

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1213. Polly Brace for Dunsmore, two pairs of tiles, circa 1928, including Kookaburra and Farm Animals, on Minton blanks, 15.5cm square (4) £30 - £50 1214. Three Victorian bird tiles, in the style of Guy Mallet, transfer printed and coloured, including stork, woodcock and finch, unmarked, 15.5cm square (3) £30 - £50 1215. A Minton and Hollins Aesthetic Movement tile, painted with two birds on a branch over a watery landscape with sunset, circa 1885, together with a similar tile painted by L Bader, with mallards in flight, 20.5cm square (2) £30 - £50 1216. A pair of Minton relief moulded plaques, rectangular form, depicting a maiden with cherubs, impressed marks, 40cm x 20cm (2) £100 - £150 1217. An H and R Johnson two tile panel of a golfer, P Coates, tubelined, 41cm x 20cm (2) £30 - £50 1218. Maw and Co., a set of 14 encaustic tiles, circa 1865, alternating green and brown Grecian florette motifs, 15.5cm square (14) £80 - £120

1223 1223. A Martin Brothers vase, circa 1890, baluster twin handled form, decorated with birds in foliage, inscribed Martin London, 8.5cm high £100 - £150

1219. H Richards, a set of six Art Nouveau style majolica tiles, circa 1905, relief moulded stylised leaf design, green glazed, 15.5cm square (6) £40 - £60

1220 1220. A Copeland Shakespeare series tile, circa 1878, Prince Hal and Falstaff from Henry IV pt II, monochrome blue sepia, 15.5cm square £30 - £50 1221. John Moyr Smith (attributed) for Minton, a set of ten Elfins series tiles, circa 1875, cream on brown, each with an elf and animal, 15.5cm square (10) £100 - £150 1222. John Moyr Smith for Minton, a set of 18 Shakespeare tiles, circa 1875, printed in apricot, black and blue on cream, raised marks, 15.5cm square (18) £120 - £180

1224 1224. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware vase, 1880, bottle form with incised banding of rosettes and lappets in geometric crenellated borders, signed, 23cm high £800 - £1200 1225. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a geometric incised saltglazed stoneware jug, bands of lines and chevrons in blue on white, 21.5cm high £350 - £450

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1226. Robert Wallace Martin for Martin Brothers, a stoneware jug, incised with looped ribbon and sgraffito scroll decoration, marked 736, 23.5cm high £700 - £800 1227. Beard, C. 1936, Catalogue of Martinware, Nettlefold Collection £100 - £200 1228. A pair of Doulton Lambeth vases, circa 1920, converted to bedside lamps, including fitting 37cm high (2) £40 - £60 1229. A set of ten Doulton Lambeth tube lined six-tile panels, circa 1905, forming a poppy motif in the Art Nouveau style, 15.5cm square (60 +) £100 - £200

1231. A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware table oil lamps, 1884, squat ovoid reservoirs decorated with foliate lappets supported on turned brass candlesticks, with glass chimneys, 47cm high including chimney (2) £100 - £200 1232. A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware vases, elongated ovoid form with flared neck, relief moulded bead and roundel wrythen stripes with heart and rose motifs, 27cm high (2) £80 - £120 1233. Two Doulton Lambeth stoneware whisky flagons, circa 1903, each of shouldered form, with dimpled and leaf moulded decoration, silver stoppers and mounts, impressed marks, 27cm high (2) £150 - £250 1234. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware cruet, together with two silver mounted salt cellars, sprigged with leaf motifs and hunting tavern scenes, London 1900, 7.5cm high (5) £30 - £50 1237 1235. Frank Butler for Doulton Lambeth, a large stoneware vase, inverse baluster form, relief moulded and sgraffito decorated with seaweed and foliate scroll design, impressed marks and monogram, 48cm high £350 - £450

1237. Harry Simeon for Royal Doulton, a stoneware vase, ribbed ovoid form with everted rim, decorated with a band of tube lined flowers and a bird, brown and blue glazed, incised marks, 1465, 29cm high £120 - £180

1230 1230. A Doulton Lambeth stoneware isobath, green glazed cylindrical form with reeded banding, 13cm high £100 - £150

1236 1236. A Doulton Lambeth figure, circa 1910, modeled as a seated sphinx, glazed green. 7.5cm high £100 - £150 1236A. Doulton Lambeth novelty mug, Marriage Day, After Marriage, incised marks, 9cm high £100 - £150

1238 1238. Harry Simeon for Royal Doulton, a stoneware vase, flared bucket form with everted ribbed rim, decorated with a band of tube lined magnolia and a bird, brown and blue glazed, incised marks, 1347, 28cm high £120 - £180

1231

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1239. Harry Simeon for Royal Doulton, two stoneware bibelots, circa 1930, modelled night herons at the edge of a pond, impressed marks, 15.5cm high (2) £150 - £250 1240. Harry Simeon for Doulton Lambeth, circa 1910, three stoneware toby jugs, tallest 18cm (3) £80 - £120 1241. George Tinworth for Doulton Lambeth, a stoneware figural salt cellar or bibelot, modelled as a boy playing the pipe, incised monogram, 9cm high £600 - £800

1244 1244. Bourne Denby, a relief moulded stoneware tobacco jar, circa 1925, straight sided hexagonal form, decorated with alternating Art Nouveau style roundels and floral rosetttes, below a foliate scroll border, 16cm diameter £50 - £80 1247 1247. William Baron for C H Brannam, a large art pottery jug, 1890, shouldered form, sgraffito decorated with bird and fruiting tree, with twisted handle, mottled green and beige ground, incised marks, 38cm high £70 - £100 1248. C H Brannam, an art pottery bowl, 1892, sgraffito decorated with fish in aquatic ground with slip highlighting, incised marks, 20cm diameter £60 - £80

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1245

1242. Alfred G Hopkins, a Lambeth stoneware art pottery vase, circa 1927, shouldered ovoid form, blue salt glaze, impressed marks, 18.5cm high £50 - £80

1245. Bourne Denby, an electric blue Danesby Ware Tansley jug, ribbed conical form, printed marks, 19cm high £50 - £100

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1243 1243. Bourne Denby, a powder blue stoneware novelty boudoir foot warmer, in the form of a purse, realistically modelled with metal rings to the corners, screw stopper, printed marks, 25cm long £80 - £120

1249. C H Brannam, an art pottery grotesque vase, circa 1900, modelled as a frog, mouth open, green brown glaze, incised marks, 8cm high £40 - £60 1246 1246. Bourne Denby, a pair of tortoiseshell stoneware ewers, circa 1860, pedestal ovoid form with elongated handles, 24cm high (2) £50 - £80

1250. James Dewdney for C H Brannam, an art pottery twin handled dragon vase, 1898, ovoid form with flared neck, sgraffito decorated with birds in branches to each side, flanked by relief moulded dragons, incised marks, 26.5cm high £150 - £200

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1260. Mary Watts for Compton Pottery, three ceramic pendants, relief moulded, including St Catherine, St Cecilia and Sagittarius, 5.5cm long (3) £150 - £250 1261. Mary Watts for Compton Pottery, three ceramic pendants, relief moulded, including St Nicholas, St George and Gemini, 5.5cm long (3) £150 - £250

1251 1251. George Cartlidge for Sampson Hancock and Sons, a Morris Ware tubelined potpourri vase and cover, ovoid conical form, the central band Essences of Past Summers, below a pierced band of roses, above scrolling vines, 22.5cm high £200 - £300

1252 1252. George Stewart for Pountney, a Bristol pottery rose painted teapot, circa 1905, in the Wemyss style, pear shaped, painted marks GS Bristol, 17.5cm long £40 - £70 1253. A Burmantofts Faience Jardiniere and Stand, the turquoise glazed moulded floral and leaf decorated jardinière on a stepped and similarly decorated plinth with circular base, impressed marks to the base of bowl and numbered 1939, 81cm high £200 - £300

1256 1256. A Burmantofts Faience Ovoid Shape Vase decorated with stylised pink poppies with green foliage on a cream crackle glaze, with zigzag pattern borders and green glazed everted rim, impressed mark and pattern number 2048, 31.5cm high £100 - £150 1257. A Burmantofts Faience Jardiniere and Stand, circa 1900, incised and decorated with green painted peacocks on an ochre ground, impressed marks to bowl base and number 2128, the stand decorated with stylised leaves and scrolls on turned circular base, impressed marks to base and number 2129, 69.5cm high £250 - £350

1262. Mary Watts for Compton Pottery, four ceramic pendants, relief moulded, including St Christopher, St Nicholas and St Catherine, 5.5cm long (4) £200 - £300 1263. Edward Bingham for Castle Hedingham, an art pottery jug, lattice and foliate decoration with figural handle and bear below spout, incised and stamped marks, 23.5cm high £40 - £60 1264. William Fishley Holland, an art pottery jug, circa 1930, green glazed shouldered form, incised signature, 20cm high £30 - £40

1258. Carlo Manzoni, an art pottery vase, 1895, baluster form, sgraffito decorated with roundels and chevrons, incised marks, 15cm high, together with a large Belgian vase, decorated with floral motifs and comb border, 37cm high (2) £60 - £80

1265

1254. A Pair of Burmantofts Faience Turquoise Glazed Cylindrical Vases, circa 1880, decorated in low relief with stylised aesthetic design, impressed mark and shape numbers 1659, 35cm high, (2) £150 - £250 1255. A Burmantofts Faience art pottery vase, double gourd form, press moulded daisy and tulip leaf design in the Art Nouveau style, treacle glazed, 29cm high £30 - £50

1262

1265. William Fishley Holland, two art pottery jugs, circa 1930, baluster form, glazed in blue and green, incised marks and initials, 10cm high (2) £30 - £50 1259 1259. Mary Watts for Compton Pottery, three ceramic pendants, relief moulded, including St Francis, St Nicholas and a Putto head in foliage, 5.5cm long (3) £150 - £250

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1273. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vases, 1906 to 1909, including double gourd shouldered vase in blue opalescent curdled glaze, an ogee onion form example in the same semi iridescent glaze and a shouldered semi lustre powder green ovoid shouldered vase, impressed marks, 2445, 2495, 2513, 13cm high (3) £80 - £120 1270 1270. Pilkington, three miniature Royal Lancastrian vases, circa 1905, various shouldered forms, including twin handled orange vermilion glaze, opalescent curdled with painted iridescent lustre stripe and dot detail to the shoulder, and purple fruit peel glazed, incised P marks, 8.5cm high (3) £50 - £80

1274. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian vases, 1905 and 1906, squat shouldered form with elongated flared necks, one in opalescent veined blue purple glaze, 2153, the other with fruit skin green orange peel texture glaze, 2159, impressed marks, 14.5cm high £70 - £100

1266 1266. Edmund Harry Elton for Sunflower Pottery, an Elton Ware vase, shouldered form, relief moulded flower, signed, 22cm high £70 - £100 1267. Edmund Harry Elton for Sunflower Pottery, an Elton Ware jug, shouldered form, relief moulded with poppy, blue marbled glaze, painted mark, 16cm high, together with a similar jug, double gourd form, relief moulded with flowers, green marbled glaze, painted mark, 14cm high (2) £60 - £80 1271 1268. Three Rye art pottery miniatures, including a woven basket, three handled tyg and cross handled basket, circa 1900, each glazed in green, incised marks, 2cm to 5cm high (3) £40 - £70

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1271. Lewis Foreman Day for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian tile, circa 1900, probably painted by L Hall, in the Persian style, floral design, raised P mark, 15.5cm square £40 - £70

1275. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian opalescent veined bowl, circa 1906, model 2086, together with a plate, circa 1905, relief moulded, the bowl of heptagonal form, with beaded edge, the plate with crimped rim and incised spiral, 15.5cm and 22cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 1276. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian small vases, circa 1906 to 1908, including opalescent veined square section shouldered vase, 2461, 2332 and 2344 in streaky glazes, 7.5cm to 17cm (3) £40 - £70

1277 1277. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian small vases, circa 1905 to 1908, including orange vermilion, marbled glazes, gourd, shouldered and lobed forms, impressed marks, 6.5cm to 10.5cm high (3) £50 - £80 1272

1269 1269. Richard Joyce for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian vase, circa 1935, shouldered ovoid form, relief moulded with lions, orange matt glaze, impressed marks, 3353, 25cm high £200 - £300

1272. Florence Steele for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian relief moulded tile, circa 1900, woman feeding chickens, green glazed, raised P mark, 15.5cm square £30 - £50

1278. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vases, 1903 to 1909, including yellow sunstone, starry opalescent and opalescent clouded, various shouldered squat gourd forms, impressed and printed marks, 15cm high (3) £50 - £80

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1279. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vases, 1906 to 1912, elongated bulbous forms, plain streaky, curdled and ochre majolica glazed, impressed marks, 2364, 2581 and 2150, 19.5cm high (3) £60 - £80

1285. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian dishes, 1907 to circa 1972, including a leaf shaped dish, 1950s floral rosette bowl and a relief moulded ashtray, impressed and printed marks, 2250, 14cm £30 - £50 diameter (3)

1280. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vases, 1903 to 1905, shouldered form, pattern 2131, in opalescent veined, aubergine fruit skin and blue transmutation glazes, printed and impressed marks, 17cm high (3) £80 - £120

1286. Pilkington, a collection of 27 calendar and commemorative tiles, 1976 to 2008, incomplete, 15.5cm square (27) £40 - £60

1281 1281. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian vases, 1906 and 1910, moulded gourd and shouldered forms, red opalescent veined and experimental blue glazed, underglaze blue mark ‘931 Red L’, impressed marks, 2783 and 2153, 16.5cm high (2) £40 - £70 1282. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vases, 1903 to 1906, baluster and flared forms, opalescent curdled and veined glazes, printed and impressed marks, 23.5cm high (3) £50 - £80 1283. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian vases, 1908 and 1909, square section shouldered form in opalescent veined glaze and relief moulded onion bottle form in blue, impressed marks 2633 and 2820, 24.5cm high (2) £50 - £80 1284. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian vessels, including bowl by John Brannan, lustre bowl and shouldered vase, impressed marks 2842, 14.5cm high (3) £40 - £70

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1287. C F A Voysey for Pilkington, an Arts and Crafts tile, circa 1902, moulded stylised leaf design, treacle glazed, raise P mark, 15.5cm square £30 - £50

1293. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian mottled ruby lustre vase, 1910, inverse baluster form with elongated flared neck, speckled iridescent red copper glaze, impressed marks, 2888, 22cm high £60 - £80

1288. Pilkington, a set of five slip decorated African theme tiles, including Witchdoctor, cave and tribal scenes, raised marks, 15.5cm square (5) £50 - £80 1289. Pilkington, a set of five slip decorated South African gold rush pioneer themed tiles, including Matthias Mocket, William Trafford and Alec Patterson, raised marks, 15.5cm square (5) £50 - £80 1290. Pilkington, a collection of ten slip decorated fish and animal themed tiles, various exotic fish, ostrich, monkeys and elephant, raised marks, 15.5cm square (10) £60 - £80 1291. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian vases, 1906 and 1912, flattened bulbous form with elongated and flared necks, opalescent veined and opalescent curdled yellow green glazes, each with a relief moulded band to the neck, impressed marks, 14cm high (2) £60 - £80 1292. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian opalescent veined vases, 1900 to 1909, squat onion and double ogee squat ovoid form, impressed and incised marks, 2170, 2456, 8cm high (3) £60 - £80

1294 1294. Lewis Foreman Day for Pilkington, two Arts and Crafts floral tiles, circa 1895 and 1900, press moulded Lily and Iris designs, majolica glazed, raised P marks, 15.5cm diameter (2) £80 - £120 1295. C F A Voysey for Pilkington, an Arts and Crafts tile, circa 1902, dust pressed stylised water lily design, relief moulded in green and yellow, registered number 397655, unmarked, 14.5cm square £80 - £120

1285

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1296 1296. Lewis Foreman Day (attributed) for Pilkington, two Arts and Crafts tiles, dust pressed poppy design, majolica glazed, raised registration mark and P mark, 15.5cm square (2) £40 - £70

1299. Katie Briggs (attributed) for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian vase, circa 1903, pattern 2001, double ogee ovoid gourd form, porcelain slip decorated with stylised blades of grass above a polka dot ground, the neck with C scrolls, printed mark, 17.5cm high

1302. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian green fruit skin glazed vase, 1905, shouldered form with splayed foot and everted rim, orange peel texture with mica inclusions, impressed mark, 23cm high £70 - £100

Note: illustrated in Katie Briggs Notebook and in Corbett, A and B, 2016, Pilkington’s Lancastrian and Royal Lancastrian Pottery; a Guide for Collectors, Bolton: Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery Society, p.12 £80 - £120

1303. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian fiery crystalline plate, circa 1903, relief moulded and crimped, incised with a spiral to the centre, printed and impressed marks, 21.5cm diameter £40 - £70 1304. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian starry opalescent or aventurine relief moulded plate, circa 1905, modelled as a lotus flower, impressed mark, 20.5cm diameter Note: this actual plate is illustrated in Corbett, A and B, 2016, Pilkington’s Lancastrian and Royal Lancastrian Pottery; a Guide for Collectors, Bolton: Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery Society, p.65 £50 - £80

1300 1300. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian opalescent vases, 1913, flattened baluster form with elongated necks, one in green opalescent curdled glaze, the other opalescent veined, impressed marks, 2340, 13cm high (2) £50 - £80

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1305. Pilkington, two Royal Lancastrian opalescent vases, 1903 and 1909, double gourd form, pattern 2026, one opalescent curdled, the other opalescent veined, with lustre finish and crystalline patches, printed and impressed marks, 13.5cm high (2) £60 - £80

1297. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian aventurine glazed vase, circa 1907, twin handled bulbous trumpet form, impressed marks 2308, 12.5cm high £50 - £80 1298. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian aventurine glazed vase, 1909, lobed shouldered form, with everted rim, impressed marks, 2787, 14.5cm high £50 - £80

1306 1306. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian opalescent curdled vase, 1911, triple handled amphoral form, purple over mottled green drip glaze, impressed marks 2536, 11.5cm high £40 - £70

1301 1301. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian Transmutation glazed vase, circa 1900, elongated double gourd form, green fruit skin draining to drip, the rim with red purple colouration, incised P mark, 22.5cm high Note: illustrated in the Graves Catalogue of Pilkington pottery, figure 9. £70 - £100 1299

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1307 1307. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian vase, circa 1903, onion form, matte drip glazed draining pink to red, printed and impressed marks, 17.5cm high £40 - £60

1311 1311. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian blue vermilion glazed vase, circa 1905, shape 2017, double ogee ovoid form with elongated and knopped neck, impressed marks, 23cm high £50 - £100

1308 1308. Florence Steele for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian relief moulded tray, circa 1903, the central roundel modelled as a woman with mirror, within a Renaissance pilaster and scroll ground, printed and impressed marks, 28cm long £50 - £80

1312. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian tazza or pedestal bowl, circa 1905, shape 2219A, shallow dish form with twin interlocking serpentine handles, opalescent transmutation glazed, impressed mark, 32.5cm wide, 12cm high £60 - £80

1309. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian miniature vases, circa 1900-1905, including relief moulded lobed ovoid vase, shouldered green transmutation glazed and vellum glazed squat ovoid vase, incised P marks, 9.5cm high (3) £50 - £80

1313 1313. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian opalescent veined vase, 1908, shouldered amphora form, relief moulded with bands, green turquoise drip and crystalline decoration, impressed marks 2439, 26cm high 1310 1310. Pilkington, three Royal Lancastrian miniature vessels, circa 1900, including a squat ovoid ewer, bottle vase and double gourd vase, one with incised P mark, 8cm high (3) £40 - £70

Note: this actual vase is illustrated in Corbett, A and B, 2016, Pilkington’s Lancastrian and Royal Lancastrian Pottery; a Guide for Collectors, Bolton: Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery Society, p.35 £50 - £100

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1314. Walter Crane and William S Mycock for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre bowl, 1932, ogee form, decorated with a band of lions rampant on red ground, above a carpet of alternating hearts and roses, impressed marks, 2469 and painted monograms, 21cm diameter, 13cm high £1500 - £2000

1315

1316

1315. Richard Joyce (attributed) for Pilkington, a small Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, circa 1920, twin handled shouldered amphora form, painted with a band of S scrolls, between entwined laurel borders, impressed marks and painted monogram, 10.5cm high £400 - £600

1316. Gladys Rogers for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, circa 1920, ovoid form with flared neck, ‘broken ruby’ red ground, painted with stylised interlocking fruiting vine, below a geometric band, impressed marks and monogram, 26.5cm high £300 - £500

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1317 1317. Eric Bridges for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian miniature lustre vase, circa 1937, shouldered form, thick iridescent drip glaze over red, impressed marks and monogram, 7cm high £40 - £60

1319 1319. Walter Crane and Richard Joyce for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre ‘Figures Ogee’ vase, circa 1920, shouldered form, painted with Maidens supporting laurel garlands between flaming fire bowls, within onion lattice borders, impressed marks and monograms, 28.5cm high £2000 - £3000

1318

1320

1318. Gordon Forsyth for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, 1910, shouldered form with elongated neck, painted with birds in flight, within a tree lined landscape of hills and foliage, impressed marks, monogram and date cypher, 20.5cm high £500 - £800

1320. Jessie Jones for Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre bowl, circa 1912, squat waisted form, painted with a central fish, within a panelled seaweed border, impressed marks and monogram, 10.5cm diameter £150 - £250

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1324. A Howsons art pottery vase, circa 1910, shouldered cylinder form with everted rim, flambe glazed, printed mark, 18.5cm high £50 - £80 1325. A pair of Howsons art pottery vases, circa 1912, ovoid form, marbled flambe glaze, incised marks and date, 8cm high (2) £60 - £80 1326. A Howsons art pottery vase, circa 1910, double gourd form, marbled flambe glaze, printed mark, 18.5cm high £70 - £100

1330

1327. A Howsons art pottery vase, circa 1912, ovoid egg form, marbled flambe glaze, incised mark and date, 12cm high £50 - £80 1328. Hilda Carter for Bernard Moore, a flambe prunus vase, inverse baluster form, painted in the round, monogram and marks, 25cm high £180 - £220 1321 1321. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, 1911, pear shaped baluster form, plain iridescent glazed, impressed marks, 2618, 16cm high £60 - £80

1329. E R Wilkes for Bernard Moore, a large flambe phoenix temple vase, painted with two mythical birds in flight amongst a cloud filled ground, the neck with a band of cranes, marks and monogram, 52cm high £1000 - £1500 1330. Charled Noke aand Harry Nixon for Royal Doulton, a Chang glaze pot, circa 1920, straight sided with inverted rim, printed and painted marks, 8cm diameter £200 - £400 1331. Charles Noke for Royal Doulton, a Sung glazed vase, circa 1920, painted with deer standing beneath a tree in the sunset, printed and painted marks 17cm high £400 - £600 1332. Charles Noke and Fred Allen for Royal Doulton, a Sung flambe vase, circa 1950 , painted with berries and foliage, baluster form, 23cm high £100 - £150

1331

1333. Two Royal Doulton flambe animal figures, a tortoise and cuddling penguins, printed marks, tortoise 11cm long (2) £80 - £120 1322 1322. Pilkington, a Royal Lancastrian lustre vase, 1911, shouldered form, iridescent red to purple glaze, impressed marks, 14cm high £60 - £80 1323. A Howsons art pottery vase, circa 1912, squat baluster form, marbled flambe glaze, incised mark and date, 8cm high £40 - £60

1334. A Royal Doulton archives ‘Chengdu Bowl’, 161/250, height 10cm £40 - £60 1335. A Royal Doulton Burslem Artwares Fanling Vase in Oriental Sung, BA15, Limited edition no 95 of 350, printed marks to base, 17cm high £100 - £150 1336. A Royal Doulton Sung lidded bowl, with Dragon motif, 7.5cm high, 14cm diameter £200 - £400

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1341 1337 1337. A Royal Doulton Studio Ware Ovoid Bottle Vase, early 20th century, the crystalline glaze in hues of blue, purple and ochre, impressed Doulton marks and pattern numbers to the base, 25cm high £100 - £150

1341. A Ruskin high fired Melba cup, circa 1920, pedestal ogee form, red with speckled purple and green, impressed marks, 8.5cm high £500 - £800

1338

1342

1338. A Royal Doulton figure Digger, circa 1920, model of a World War One Australian Anzac soldier in a Titanian glaze, printed marks, 29.5cm high £800 - £1200

1342. A Ruskin high fired twin handled vase, circa 1925, cylindrical shouldered form with angled handles, green speckled over purple, red and grey galze, impressed marks, 25.5cm high £1300 - £1800

1339. A Ruskin orange lustre glaze vase, shouldered form, impressed marks, 19cm high £30 - £40 1340. A Ruskin lilac lustre glaze vase, 1925, bulbous form with everted rim, impressed marks, 24cm high £100 - £150

1343. A Ruskin high fired twin handled vase, circa 1925, cylindrical shouldered form with angled handles, red grey glaze, impressed marks, 25cm high £650 - £750

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1344

1347

1344. A Ruskin high fired vase, 1905, waisted trumpet form, blue turquoise with red grey, shape 63, impressed marks, 23.5cm high £1000 - £1500

1346. A Ruskin crystalline bowl, circa 1930, ogee form, straw draining to blue, impressed marks, 11cm diameter, 7cm high £60 - £80

1345. A large Ruskin high fired bowl, 1926, squat rounded form, the exterior in red draining to white, the interior with purple and turquoise, impressed marks, 25cm diameter £700 - £1000

1347. A Ruskin high fired vase, circa 1920, waisted form, white draining to red with speckled inclusions, impressed marks, 24cm high £800 - £1200 1348. A large Ruskin high fired pedestal vase and cover, 1924, rounded cup or chalice form with ogee domed lid and knopped splayed foot, white ground with marbled red and purple glaze, impressed marks, 40cm high £1800 - £2200 1349. A Ruskin high fired experimental crystalline type Meiping vase, 1905, inverse baluster form, marbled blue over green, impressed marks, 19.5cm high £1200 - £1800 1350. A Ruskin high fired Melba cup, circa 1920, pedestal ogee form, red with speckled purple and green, impressed marks, 8.5cm high £500 - £800 1351. A Ruskin relief moulded crystalline charger or plaque, circa 1930, the central boss in blue within concentric tooled rings and arcaded raised band, in orange, 30cm diameter £200 - £300

1346

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1349

1348

1350

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1352

1353

1352. A Ruskin high fired vase, 1913, shouldered elongated baluster form, blue draining to purple, impressed marks and date, 26.5cm high £1000 - £1500

1354. Ten Ruskin cabochons, various glazes and sizes, impressed marks £80 - £120

1353. William Howson Taylor for Ruskin, a large high fired vase, 1932, waisted trumpet form, purple glazed with oxidised tide mark to the centre, impressed marks and signature, 29.5cm high £1200 - £1800

1354

1355. Ten Ruskin cabochons, various glazes and sizes, impressed marks £80 - £120

1356

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1356. Six cards of Ruskin cabochon buttons, stamped marks, various sets (6) £120 - £180

1363. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Dragon lustre bowl, Z4829, footed form, gilt marks, 9.5cm diameter £30 - £50

1357. A set of four Ruskin cabochon plaques, oval form, blue and turquoise, impressed marks, 4cm long (4) £60 - £80 1358. A set of four Ruskin cabochon plaques, triangular form, pink and blue, impressed marks, 3.5cm long (4) £60 - £80 1359. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed vase, 1927, ovoid bulbous form, matte blue over orange, impressed marks, 25cm high £80 - £120 1360. A Ruskin Crystalline glazed lamp base, circa 1930, straight sided stepped triangular form, impressed marks, 28cm high £100 - £200

1364 1364. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, two Dragon lustre bowls, Z4827 and Z4831, octagonal form, gilt marks, 9.5cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

1365 1365. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Firbolgs Fairyland lustre Melba cup, Z5200, pedestal ogee form, gilt and incised marks, 8cm high £100 - £200

1361 1361. A Ruskin high fired vase, 1924, shouldered form, red and purple glaze, impressed marks, 25cm high £800 - £1200 1362. Six Ruskin cabochon plaques, triangular form, including a set of three blue, two purple and a dark blue example, impressed marks, 3.5cm long (6) £80 - £120

1366 1366. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Fruit lustre bowl, footed form with everted rim, the exterior with fruiting tree branches on a patchwork ground, 11.5cm diameter £40 - £70

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1367 1367. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a large Lahore lustre bowl, Z5266, Imperial form, gilt marks, 25cm diameter £300 - £500

1371 1371. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Pagoda lustre vase and cover, Z5226, shouldered ovoid form, gilt and incised marks, 22.5cm high £200 - £300 1372. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, two small Dragon lustre bowls, Z4831, Imperial form, gilt marks, 6cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

1368 1368. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Daventry lustre bowl, Z5419, Imperial form, pink and orange sponged interior, gilt marks, 21cm diameter £60 - £80

1373 1373. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Flame Daventry lustre bowl, Z5413, Imperial form, gilt and incised marks, 20.5cm diameter £200 - £300

1369

1374. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, two Dragon lustre bowls, Z4823 and Z4829, footed flared form, gilt marks, 10cm diameter (2) £50 - £80

1369. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Fruit lustre bowl, footed squat Campana form with everted rim, the exterior and underside in copper lustre, 12cm diameter £40 - £70

1375. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, two lustre bowls, Fruit and Moth, Z5457 and Z4832, footed shallow dish form, gilt marks, 9.5cm diameter (2) £40 - £70

1370. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Daventry lustre bowl, Z5418, footed form with everted rim, printed marks, 10cm diameter £30 - £50

1376. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, two lustre bowls, Humming Bird and powder blue Butterfly, Z5294 and Z3068, octagonal section, gilt and printed marks, 13cm diameter (2) £50 - £80 1377. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Dragon lustre tyg, gilt marks, 5cm high £30 - £50

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1378. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Dragon lustre vase and cover, Z4831, inverse baluster form, green ground, printed and gilt marks, incised 2046, 23cm high £60 - £80

1379 1379. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Dragon lustre vase, Z4829, bottle form, pale blue, printed marks, 13cm high £40 - £70 1380. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Dragon lustre vase, Z4831, ovoid form with cupped neck, gilt cockerels, printed marks, 13cm high £40 - £70 1381. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Hummingbird lustre vase, Z5294, ovoid form with cupped neck, gilt marks, 13cm high £40 - £70

1384 1384. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Fairyland lustre Jewelled Tree vase, Z4968, inverse baluster form, gilt mark, 25.5cm high £1000 - £1500

1382. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Daventry lustre bowl, Z5419, pedestal form, form, gilt and incised marks, 10cm diameter £70 - £100

1383

1385

1383. Daisy Makeig Jones for Wedgwood, a Nizami lustre plate, Z5494, 12.5cm diameter £80 - £120

1385. A Carlton Ware lustre temple jar and cover, ovoid form, decorated with parrots in fruiting trees, 18.5cm high £60 - £80

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1386. John Skeaping for Wedgwood, a Moonstone figure, Polar Bear, circa 1927, impressed and printed marks, 20.5cm high £120 - £180

1393. Truda Carter for Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole HE pattern Bluebird vase, painted by Lily Pedley, circa 1930, baluster form, 25cm high £80 - £120

1387. John Skeaping for Wedgwood, a Moonstone figure, Fallow Deer, circa 1927, impressed and printed marks, 19cm high £120 - £180

1394. Eric Slater for Shelley, a large Harmony ginger jar and cover, blue and yellow, 23cm high £80 - £100

1388. John Skeaping for Wedgwood, a Moonstone figure, Sealion, circa 1927, impressed and printed marks, 21cm high £ 120 - £180 1389. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, a Moonstone ribbed globe vase, circa 1935, pritned mark, 19cm high £120 - £180

1395. Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal, a large Persian Rose charger, circa 1930, signed verso, printed marks, 44cm diameter £60 - £80 1396. Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal, a large Byzantyne charger, circa 1930, signed verso, printed marks, 44cm diameter £60 - £80

1390 1390. Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole YO twin handled vase, ovoid form, impressed marks, 18cm high £40 - £60 1391. Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole PB vase, shaped cylindrical form, impressed marks, 18.5cm high £30 - £50 1392. Carter, Stabler and Adams, a Poole OR pot and cover, squat ovoid form, impressed marks, 14.5cm diameter £30 - £50

1397 1397. Nick Munro for Wedgwood, a black basalt cylinder vase, 1999, incised concentric ring decoration and flared rim, impressed and printed mark, 22cm high £20 - £30

1398

1393

1398. Nick Munro for Wedgwood, a black basalt vase, 1999, fluted spherical form with conical flared rim, printed mark, 22cm high £30 - £50

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STUDIO POTTERY

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1400

1401

1399. Bernard Leach (atttributed), a St Ives studio pottery brush pot, cylindrical form, painted with two bands of longboats in full sail, impressed mark, 12cm high £200 - £300 1400. Bernard Leach (attributed), a St Ives studio pottery slipware dish, circa 1934, circular form, decorated with stripe, wave and dot design, square seal mark, 27.5cm diameter £200 - £400 1401. Bernard Leach, a St Ives studio pottery vase, ovoid form, incised combed L decoration, impressed seal marks, 10cm high £150 - £250

1403

1402 1402. A St Ives, Leach studio pottery vase, in the style of Shoji Hamada, anglled ovoid form with narrow neck, salt glazed stoneware with Japanese style brush decoration, impressed seal mark, 16.5cm high £60 - £100 1403. William Staite Murray, a small studio pottery vase, shouldered cylindrical form, purple tinged blue gray glaze, impressed mark, 9cm high £100 - £200 1404. William Staite Murray, a small studio pottery vase, shouldered inverse baluster form, circa 1924, brown glaze over red earthenware, impressed mark and incised date, 9cm high £100 - £200

1404

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1405. Sid Tustin for Winchcombe, three graduated studio pottery slip glazed jugs, spiral, line and wave designs, impressed seal marks, 16cm high (3) £40 - £70

1412. Michael Cardew for Wenford Bridge, a studio pottery jug and cover, incised with spiral and crosshatch patterns, impressed seal marks, 21cm high £80 - £120

1406. Sid Tustin for Winchcombe, a studio pottery slipware flagon, ovoid form, incised decoration, together with a Geoffrey Northcote studio pottery vase, impressed marks, 22cm high (2) £30 - £50

1413 1413. Ardmore Studio, a South African pottery jug and coffee can and saucer, 2000 and 2008, relief moulded and painted with flowers, zebras and leopards, made by Octavia and Vusi, painted by Zodwa and Ottilia, signed, 10cm high (2) £50 - £80

1407 1407. Pat Groom for Winchcombe, a studio pottery slip ware jug, decorated with a band of fish, impressed seal marks, 18cm high £40 - £70 1408. Michael Cardew for Winchcombe, a studio pottery slipware jug, ovoid form, panel and chevron design, impressed seal marks, 19.5cm high £200 - £300 1409. Michael Cardew for Winchcombe, a studio pottery hanging planter, incised stylised floral motif, burst bubble glaze, impressed seal marks, 24cm high £150 - £250 1414 1414. Ardmore Studio, a South African pottery jug, 2002, relief moulded and painted with lions and flowers, made by BP, painted by Rose, signed, 17cm high £50 - £80

1410

1415

1410. Michael Cardew for Wenford Bridge, a studio pottery jug, incised panels of horizontal stripes between leaves, impressed seal marks, 20cm high £200 - £250

1415. Ardmore Studio, a South African pottery teapot, 2002, relief moulded and painted with zebras and flowers, made by Zwile, painted by Mbusi, signed, 25cm long £100 - £200

1411. Michael Cardew for Wenford Bridge, a studio pottery jug, incised with a band of vertical combed stripes, impressed seal marks, 11cm high £150 - £200

1416. Studio pottery including Donald Granville jug, a mottled slip decorated bowl, and a Nigerian black ware jug, 29.5cm high, 26cm diameter (3) £30 - £50

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1417. A Native American Santa Clara type black ware pottery marriage vase, double spouted, carved with geometric design to each side, 35cm high £50 - £80 1418. Michael Cole, a large studio pottery flagon or jug, ribbed cylindrical form, impressed mark, circa 1974, 34cm high £30 - £50 1419. Rupert Spira, a graduated set of three studio pottery beakers, sang de boeuf glaze, raised monogram, 13cm, 11cm and 9cm high £400 - £600 1420. Elizabeth Howe, a studio pottery dish, square section, incised with leaf design, signed, 20cm square £50 - £80

1423. Alan Wallwork, five studio pottery tiles, on H & R Johnson blanks, various spiral and concentric rosette designs, including aventurine glazed, two set within a teak board, 15.5cm square (4) £60 - £80 1424. Three fumed raku studio pottery vases, including Les Rucinski, Julie Furminger and another, conical and ovoid forms, various marks, 16cm high (3) £40 - £60 1425. Simon Rich, a studio pottery fumed raku vase, rounded beaker form with incised band to rim, gold lustre pattern, seal mark, 11cm high £20 - £40 1426. Simon Rich, three studio pottery crystalline glazed bowls, shallow conical form with ash glazed rims, impressed marks, 16.5cm, 15.5cm and 12cm diameter (3) £70 - £100

1427 1427. Jeremy Leach (attributed), a studio pottery tea bowl or vase, circa 1954, tenmoku glazed with unglazed Japanese symbol decoration, incised mark, 8cm high £80 - £120 1421 1421. Gerry Unsworth, a studio pottery raku vase, elongated amphora form, crackled pink lustre glaze over fumed ash, impressed marks, 25cm high £20 - £40

1428. Margaret Leach for Wye Valley, a studio pottery jug, brown treacle glaze, impressed mark, 9cm high £20 - £40 1429. Margaret Leach for Wye Valley, a studio pottery vase, ovoid form, slip decorated, impressed seal mark, 15cm high £50 - £80

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1430

1422. Peter Ilsley, a studio pottery crystalline vase, elongated balloon form, together with three other crystalline vases, signed indistinctly, 15.5cm high (4) £40 - £70

1430. Marianne de Trey, a studio pottery dish, rectangular form, painted stripe design, impressed mark, 30cm x 26cm £40 - £70

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1433

1432

1431. John Maltby, a studio pottery spade vase, slip decorated with crosses and dots, signed, 24.5cm high £600 - £800

1432. John Maltby, a large studio pottery Hopscotch panel, applied relief moulded tiles on a board backing, impressed seal mark, 76cm x 43cm £1500 - £1800

1433. John Ward, a studio pottery vase, flattened ovoid form, black glazed, impressed seal mark, 12cm high £400 - £600

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BRITISH CERAMICS 1437. A Belleek Oval Tray, 19th century, the centre incised swirling leaves, the border raised seaweed decoration, first period, black printed mark, 38.5cm long, and a Belleek ‘Grass’ Ware Tray, of quatrefoil outline, wicker moulded within a border of ribbon tied grasses, enriched in a limited palette and gilt, impressed mark, impressed mark, 42cm long (2) £100 - £200 1438. A Collection of Six Belleek Saucers, all with black stamp, 2nd mark, 1891/1926, a pair of Belleek ‘Grass’ ware saucers, with 1st black stamp mark, 1863/90 and a pair of Belleek pearlised shell dishes with 1st black stamp mark, 1863/90 (10) £80 - £120

1434 1434. A Coalport jewelled vase, 1891, pedestal urn form, relief moulded horned handled, the gilt body with turquoise enamel dots, between cobalt blue and Rococo scroll borders, 16.5cm high £200 - £300 1435. A pair of Spode Copeland vases, circa 1920, baluster form with twin handles, hand painted with sprays of roses and gilt on a lilac border, signed J. Worrall, alon with a Wedgwood vase signed J. H Plant tallest 27cm (3) £60 - £80

1439 1439. A Coalport Pink and Jewelled Turquoise Gold Ground Baluster Ewer, circa 1893, green printed crown mark, pattern no. v2046, with gold serpent entwined handle, the shoulder and neck in gold panels enamelled with turquoise cabochon ‘jewels’ and with foliate scrolls within ogival arches in gold on a pink ground, the trumpet foot similarly jewelled, the mouth powdered with gilt, 27cm high £300 - £500 1436 1436. A Minton footbath, 1888, oval baluster form with two handles, printed and painted with a wreath of ribbon entwined dog roses, gilded to the rim, impressed marks, 51cm wide, 34cm deep, 20cm high £120 - £180

1440. A Belleek Basket with Mother of Pearl Lustre Glaze, circa 1865-90, of deep oval form, with a three strand base, and scrolled rustic handles formed as entwined briars applied to the rim, the domed cover lattice work applied with foliate relief work with briars, roses, thistles and shamrocks, impressed ‘Belleek Co Fermanagh Ireland’ on strap applied to the base, 33cm wide £300 - £500

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1441. A Pair of large Copeland Spode Aesthetic movement porcelain vases of baluster form, circa 1891-1910, decorated in lavish gilt and coloured enamels with leaf, floral and jewel-work designs and mounted with gilt coloured salamander handles and with gilt border, 50cm high (2) £1500 - £2000

1442. A 19th century painted porcelain plaque, exotic bird in floral landscape with trees, 20cm x 30cm, framed £30 - £50

1443. A Nautilus porcelain vase, footed ovoid form, relief moulded and painted with a strip of flowers, in the Derby style, the twin handles as open wings united by shells, below a double ogee rim, printed marks, 20cm high £250 - £350

1443

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1450. A pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory ground two handle vases, florally decorated to two sides in coloured enamels between gilt coloured handles and highlights, and raised on circular pedestal base with gilt borders and raised cartouche, one dated 1899 the second dated 1900, green printed factory mark and shape number 1684, 18ch high (2) £150 - £250 1451. Two Royal Worcester blush vases, circa 1900, larger bulbous pedestal form, shape 2160, other baluster pedestal, shape 2012, bothe painted with floral sprays, tallest 22cm high £60 - £80

1444 1444. A Royal Worcester reticulated potpourri vase, circa 1882, relief moulded and pierced with Persian style floral bands, possibly George Owen, footed squat conical form with twin handled insert, similarly decorated, all heavily gilded, impressed and printed marks, 15.5cm high £100 - £200 1445. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground figure group vase, circa 1888, after a model by James Hadley, modeled as a boy and girl drinking water at a well, gilt highlights, puce printed factory mark and impressed marks including shape number ‘813’ to base, 18cm high £100 - £150

1447 1447. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground two handled urn shape vase florally decorated in coloured enamels including honeysuckle and jasmine, within green painted and gilt lined borders, lion mask stylised handles, green printed factory marks, date code for 1901, 36cm high £100 - £200 1448. A Royal China Works, Worcester blush ivory ground with green highlights, twin handled urn and cover of baluster form, decorated with pastoral scene overlaid with stylised tree branches highlighted in gilt, and raised on circular pedestal mounted on square plinth base, the domed cover with green and gilt edged finial, brown printed mark to base, 33.5cm high £250 - £350

1452. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground jug, 1890, the compressed ovoid body flanked by a scroll handle with gilt basket work moulding, the mask head mounted spout with gilt borders, the florally decorated body in coloured enamels with gilt highlights, gilt scroll borders and raised on a moulded basket weave stepped base, puce printed factory mark to base, 16cm high £80 - £120 1453. Royal Worcester a pair of blush vases, circa 1900, teardrop footed form, shape 982, painted floral sprays gilt trim, 17cm high (2) £60 - £80 1454. Royal Worcester a pair of blush ewers, 1898, squat form, dragon handle, shape 1048, painted floral sprays gilt trim, 10cm high (2) £60 - £80

1449. Royal Worcester a pair of blush ivory vases, circa 1890, teardrop footed form, shape 1142, painted wisteria sprays gilt trim, 21cm high (2) £80 - £120

1455

1446 1446. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground ewer, date code for 1893, florally decorated in coloured enamels with gilt, the body raised on stepped circular plinth base, and with stylised leaf handle coloured in shades of pale pink and green and with gilt highlights, puce printed marks, shape no 1309, repair to handle, 40cm high £150 - £250

1450

1455. A Royal Worcester blush ivory oval pedestal vase, the oval boat shape body raised on a fluted, gilt highlighted flared base mounted on a circular stepped plinth, the body florally decorated in coloured enamels with gilt highlights and with gilt scroll handles, date code for 1912, puce printed mark, 19.5cm high £100 - £200

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1460. A pair of Royal Worcester miniature blush ivory ground two handled vases, florally decorated with thistles and wild flowers in coloured enamels, with green and gilt leaf handles, and raised on pedestal supports on chamfered square base, date code for 1904, puce printed factory mark and model number 1959, 12cm high, together with a Royal Worcester blush ivory ground miniature vase of squat lobed form on three flared pad feet, florally decorated to two sides, and with Greek key style gilt decorated border, date code for 1897, puce printed factory mark, shape number 1907 (3) £100 - £150

1456 1456. A Pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory urn vases and covers, the body florally decorated in coloured enamels between gilt and shaped borders and raised on pedestal circular stepped bases, gilt lion mask scroll shoulder decoration, the domed covers with gilt finials, date code for 1909, puce printed marks, 41.5cm high (2) £300 - £400 1457. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground ovoid pot pourri jar and cover, complete with inner cover and domed and pierced outer cover with gilt decoration and finial, the body florally decorated in coloured enamels and gilt highlights, date code for 1903, printed puce marks and pattern no, 22cm high £150 - £250

1461 1461. A Royal Worcester reticulated and relief moulded vase, 1907, modelled as a Chinese brush pot, ivory finish with gilt rims, in the Aesthetic style, puce marks, 325, 14cm high £80 - £120 1462. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a water carrier figure, 1884, modelled in Middle Eastern costume carrying a ewer, hand painted in coloured enamels and raised on naturalistic base, incised marks to back ‘Hadley’ and 1883, green printed and impressed marks to base, 49cm high £150 - £200

1458 1458. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground globular pot pourri two handled jar and cover, decorated with dog-rose, Canterbury bells and marigolds between shaped gilt cartouches, the domed and pierced cover with gilt finial, date mark for 1917, printed puce marks, 23cm high (cover restored) £100 - £200 1459. A Royal Worcester blush ivory ground globular pot pourri two handled jar and cover, decorated with roses, lily and forget-me-nots between shaped gilt cartouches, the domed and pierced cover with gilt finial, date mark for 1912, printed puce flag mark, 23cm high £100 - £200

1463 1463. A Royal Worcester model of an Officer of the Palatine Guard, 1964, modelled by Neal French, numbered 65/150, with certificate and stand, 31cm high £100 - £150 1464. G H Evans for Royal Worcester, Italian lake scene painted cup and saucer, 1936, 5.5cm high £40 - £60

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1465. H Price for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted cup and saucer, 1923, painted with plums, apples, cherries and grapes, 6cm high £100 - £200

1471. Arnold Machin O.B.E., R.A. for Royal Worcester, a pair of limited edition busts of ‘Night and Day’, with certificate, the pair numbered 130/250, the porcelain busts mounted on wooden socles, impressed signatures and green stamp mark, total height 36cm (3) £150 - £250

1466 1466. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a porcelain model of a Percheron Stallion, decorated in coloured enamels and raised on oval ceramic base mounted on a wooden base, limited edition number 297 of 500, with signed and framed certificate, black printed factory marks to base, 24cm high, (2) £150 - £250 1467. Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, a porcelain figure of a Highland Bull, 1977, decorated in coloured enamels and raised on an oval ceramic base mounted on a wooden base, limited edition number 233 of 500, with signed and framed certificate, black printed marks to base, 20cm high (2) £150 - £250 1468. A Royal Worcester Parian Model of an Oxon drinking at a trough, mounted on a naturalistic base, impressed marks to the base, 14cm high, (restored) £40 - £60 1469. R. Rushton for Royal Worcester, a hand painted oval porcelain plaque ‘Bluebells, Kew Gardens’, signed R. Rushton, mounted in rectangular gilt frame with name plaque for artist ‘R.Rushton’, paper card surmount, aperture to back showing date code for 1919, puce printed factory mark and hand painted title ‘Bluebells Kew’, the porcelain plaque 23cm wide, the frame 39 x 31cm £800 - £1200

1472 1472. Walter Powell for Royal Worcester, a very fine mask handle vase of slender ovoid form, painted with storks in a desert oasis watering hole, the neck and foot with moulded rope twist band and burnished gilding, signed W. Powell, puce printed factory and date code for 1910 and shape number 1410, 28cm high (damage -chip to rim, chip pieces with vase) £400 - £600

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1473

1470. James Hadley for Royal Worcester, a pair of hand painted porcelain figural candlesticks, circa 19th century, modelled as a male and female in period dress, standing beside a tree trunk holding baskets, the cream ground with blue highlights and gilt decoration, impressed factory mark to the base, 28.5cm high (2) £80 - £120

1473. Freeman for Royal Worcester Cabinet Plate, hand painted centrally with floral motifs including passion flowers and roses, with an Art Nouveau style cobalt blue and gilt raised border, signed Freeman, gold printed marks, 27cm diameter £100 - £150

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1474 1474. Freeman for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted dish with leaf and moss background, signed Freeman, with gilt gadrooned border, black mark, 23.2cm diameter £40 - £60

1479. A. Shuck for Royal Worcester, a hand painted and gilded cigarette holder, 1934, decorated with fruit on a naturalistic ground, signed, puce backstamp, 7cm high £100 - £150 1480. A Royal Worcester posy vase, 1919, hand painted with plums and damsons on a coloured ground by Ricketts, gilt rim and base, puce mark to base with date code, 8cm high £80 - £120

1484

1481. A set of six Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet plates, 1937, by Harry Ayrton, of shaped hexagonal form with gilt gadrooned rim, hand-painted with peaches, pears, apples and grapes in central circular motif on a green glazed ground, signed H. Ayrton, blue printed marks, 24cm diameter (6) £400 - £600

1475 1475. R. Sebright for Royal Worcester, a dessert plate, 1935, painted with fruit, flowers and foliage within a gadrooned ogee gilt scroll border, signed, puce mark, 22.5cm diameter £80 - £120 1476. Leaman for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted plate with gilt border, plums and grapes, cased, 27cm diameter £150 - £200 1477. M.E. Morris, a painted porcelain plaque pheasants in the snow, signed, 16.5cm x 24.5cm, framed, Note: Royal Worcester artist £100 - £150 1478. A Royal Worcester model of a Gendarme from the papal series, ‘Gendarme of the Dendarmeria Pontificia’ 1956, modelled by Neal French, 23/150, with certificate and stand, 31cm high £100 - £150

1482. Ernest Barker for Royal Worcester, a bird painted pot and cover, 1914, the lid decorated with a bullfinch, together with two Worcester cabinet plates, a Derby pattern 29 coffee can and saucer circa 1805, the pot 7cm diameter and a Royal Worcester cylindrical vase hand painted with pheasants in a wooded landscape by James Stinton (af) 16cm high (5) £80 - £120

1485

1483. H Ayrton for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted vase, circa 1927, shouldered ovoid form, decorated with apples and grapes, puce marks 302, 9.5cm high £60 - £80 1484. Ethelwyn Baker for Royal Worcester, the Flute Player, 1932, modelled as a man resting beside a column, grey and blue, puce marks 2901, monogram to the back of plinth, 23.5cm high £150 - £250 1485. Roberts for Royal Worcester, a Posy Vase, 1951, of baluster form hand painted and gilded with fruit in a naturalistic setting, signed, shape number 2491/4, black backstamp, 10cm high £80 - £120

1487 1486. P. Love for Royal Worcester, a Posy Vase, 1951, of baluster form hand painted and gilded with fruit against a mossy woodland bank, signed, shape number 2491, black backstamp, 10cm high £100 - £150 1487. A Royal Worcester Cigarette Holder, 1931, hand painted and gilded, decorated with fruit on a naturalistic ground, unsigned, puce backstamp, 7cm high £80 - £120

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1488. Roberts for Worcester, a hand painted and gilded cigarette holder, 1940, decorated with fruit on a naturalistic ground, signed, puce backstamp, 7cm high £100 - £150 1489. Roberts for Royal Worcester, a hand painted and gilded cigarette holder, 1940, decorated with fruit on a naturalistic ground, signed, puce backstamp, 7cm high £100 - £150

1494 1494. R. Rushton for Royal Worcester, a monochrome painted vase of ovoid form with painted rim and foot, the body decorated with pastoral scene depicting Worcestershire Cottages and Church in a river landscape, 1912, puce marks to base and title ‘Wor’shire Cottages@, 27.5cm high £100 - £150

1490 1490. C.V. White for Royal Worcester, a hand painted and gilded porcelain jardinière, 1905, decorated in coloured enamels on a green ground, the four painted panels depicting peacocks, peahens, fir tree branches and cones, the pierced rim and shaped pedestal base with applied decorations and gilt banding, signed, green backstamp, 20cm high £200 - £300

1491 1491. Harry Davis for Royal Worcester, a hand painted and gilded cabinet plate, ‘Mary Arden’s House’, signed, grey backstamp, 27cm diameter £80 - £120 1492. H. Sivad (Harry Davis) for Royal Worcester, a hand painted and gilded cabinet plate, ‘Anne Hathaway’s Cottage’, signed, black backstamp, 27cm diameter £80 - £120 1493. R. Rushton for Royal Worcester a hand painted and gilded cabinet plate, ‘Elmley’, signed, blue printed factory mark, 27cm diameter £50 - £70

1495 1495. Harry Stinton for Royal Worcester, a boxed set of six Highland Cattle painted cups and saucers, 1924, gilt interiors, each signed, puce marks, together with six silver gilt teaspoons £1000 - £1500 1496. James Stinton for Royal Worcester, a boxed set of six Pheasant painted cups and saucers, 1926, each decorated with game birds in thickets, gilt interiors, puce marks, signed (6) £1000 - £1500

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1497. John Stinton for Royal Worcester, a boxed set of six Castle painted cups and saucers, 1938, each painted with a Scottish castle including Dunolly, Stirling, Invergarry, Dunstaffnage, Dunvegan and Blackness, puce marks, signed (6) £1000 - £1500

1503. J H Plant for Royal Doulton, a scene painted vase and cover, twin handled footed urn form, views of Venice, RA7090, within heavily gilded cobalt blue ground, signed, 15cm high £350 - £450

1498. C Johnson for Royal Worcester, an oval plaque, 1913, painted with flamingos in a lake, 9.5cm wide £100 - £200

1504. Doulton Burslem vase, circa 1895, Corolian ware, decorated with roses in a blue glaze with gilded top and bottom and raised paste gilded scattered flowers and foliage, printed marks, 40cm high £20 - £40

1499. J Freeman for Royal Worcester, a fruit painted pin tray, 1939, decorated with grapes and peaches, puce backstamp, 7cm diameter £50 - £70 1500. N Creed former Royal Worcester artist, fruit painted plate, painted with apples and grapes with gilt border, 27cm diameter £40 - £60

1505 1505. Charles Noke for Doulton Burslem, a blanc de chine figural dragon centrepiece bowl, circa 1890, modelled in relief with a Japanese dragon on a naturalistic branch over a leaf moulded basin, printed mark, 25cm high Note: an example of this design in Vellum is in the collection of the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts, Florida £150 - £250

1501 1501. A Royal Crown Derby Saucer Dish circa 1825, the cobalt blue ground deep border with gilt leaf and scroll decoration surmounting the central circular continental landscape scene with ruin and river in a mountainous landscape entitled ‘ View in Switzerland’ to verso, puce painted mark, 21.5cm diameter £60 - £80 1506 1502. A pair of Crown Derby vases, circa 1920 twin handle pedestal form, painted flowers and foliage with gilded highlights on a blue ground, 19cm high £60 - £80

1506. Two Royal doulton figures, large seated pekingnese HN1039 and large standing pekingnese HN1011, printed marks (2) £80 - £120

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1509 1509. A Royal Doulton figure, circa 1920, a polar bear on a cube, 10cm high £80 - £120 1510. A Royal Doulton seriesware vase, circa 1920, All Black cricket team, I Wasn’t Ready, 9.5cm high £100 - £200 1511. A Royal Doulton tobacco jar and cover, modelled as a pipe with a silver rim. Circa 1910. Printed marks. Height 31cm. £200 - £300

1507 1507. A Royal Doulton figure, HN1657, introduced 1938, painted green, red and blue cloak, orange, yellow sash, printed and painted marks, 46cm high £600 - £800

1512 1512. A Carlton Ware limited edition figure Mephisto, number 144 of 500, 26cm high £80 - £120

1508

1513

1508. A Royal Doulton figure, One Of The Forty HN500, introduced 1921, painted brown cloak, orange, yellow and green turban, printed and painted marks, 20cm high £800 - £1200

1513. A Wedgwood majolica jug, circa 1870, cylindrical baluster form, relief moulded with classical portrait medallions and laurel garlands between geometric borders, 21cm high £80 - £120

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1514. A Wedgwood tri colour Jasperware clock case, purple and green on white, 19th century, Tempus Fugit, above figural motifs and floral pilasters, 6cm diameter opening, 21.5cm high £100 - £150

1519. A Spode drabware relief moulded dessert service, circa 1810, modelled with flowers and leaves, highlighted in gilt, including eight plates, two strawberry dishes and two twin handed dishes (12) £70 - £100

1515. A Wedgwood tri colour Jasperware vase and cover, twin handled Campana urn form, circa 1840, white on green and blue, honeysuckle and acanthus lappets, the central scene of Classical figures and flamin urns, 23cm high £200 - £300

1520. A Pair of Ridgway Porcelain Fruit Coolers or Ice Pails and Covers, circa 1820-30, of circular form raised on three gilt dolphin feet and trefoil base, and painted with baskets of flowers in coloured enamels on gilt and cobalt blue ground and with gilt ring handles, the stepped, domed cover with floral finial, and decorated with floral panels, the whole with gilt lattice decoration, pattern no 1079 to base, 33cm high £500 - £800

1515A. A Wedgwood baluster vase decorated in coloured enamels on a cream ground, the pair to this vase is illustrated in Wedgwood Ceramics 1846 to 1959 by Maureen Batkin, p.178, 37cm high £100 - £150 1516. A Coalport Chinese Dragon egg stand, sauce boat and Spode plate (3) £100 - £150 1517. Two English cups and saucers, one Coalport, circa 1840, painted with floral sprays, blue ground with gilt, the other possibly Miles Mason, circa 1825, painted with landscape scenes, gilt border (2) £40 - £60 1518. A group of English Imari pattern china, circa 1900, including Crown Derby and Davenport teaware (5) £80 - £120

1521. A Copeland miniature creamware dinner set, including tureens, plates, bowls etc., in the Gothic Revival style, blue trefoil borders, £30 - £50 1522. Wedgwood miniature Queensware dinner ware, plain white, together with Dutch miniature platters £30 - £50 1523. Wedgwood creamware, Worcester and New Hall dishes £30 - £50 1524. A collection of Spode plates including Bat printed 4591, 4750, crested (Inglesby Arms), 3455 etc. £40 - £60 1525. A Staffordshire blue and white transfer printed jug and bowl, circa 1825, ruined abbeys and vernacular scenes, 20cm high (2) £80 - £120

1515

1520

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1531. A twin handled Prattware tazza, circa 1855, ‘The Hop Queen’ by WF Witherington RA, pastoral scene in malachite surround, printed marks, 24.5cm wide Note: apparently produced for display at the 1855 exhibition £50 - £70 1532. A pair of Swansea porcelain urn shape vases having twin ram’s head handles, circa 1815, a thick everted rim, and the body moulded to each side with swags of flowers (losses), painted with pink roses on a gilt ground and raised on circular pedestal base, rim, 14.5cm high, chip to rim, restored, red Swansea mark to the base £2000 - £3000 1526 1526. A pair of Staffordshire flatback spaniels, Grace and Majesty, circa 1850, modelled standing, sponge decorated, on leaf moulded bracket arched bases, 26cm high (2) £500 - £800 1527. A Staffordshire canary yellow jug, circa 815, double gourd form, relief moulded with fruiting vines and painted with flowers, 13cm high £30 - £50 1528. A pair of Scottish pottery figures of a ram and ewe, circa 1820, modelled sitting, sponge decorated, 11cm high (2) £150 - £250 1529. A Staffordshire bust of Napoleon, circa 1820, modelled in green uniform on a marbled plinth, 28cm high £100 - £200 1530. A Brownfield dessert service of six plates, decorated with mischievous elves, pixies and fairies within a gilt border, circa 1877, impressed and printed marks, 24cm diameter (6) £150 - £250

1533. Creamware stirrup cup, 1790, painted in realistic colours, 17cm long £200 - £300 1534. A Staffordshire Toby jug, circa 1790, sponge decorated in Prattware colours, modelled with jug of beer, 25cm high £120 - £160 1535. A Staffordshire Toby jug, circa 1790, green and purple majolica glaze, modelled with jug and pipe, 26cm high £120 - £160 1536. A small Staffordshire Toby jug, circa 1820, polychrome decorated, modelled with jug and beaker, 18cm high £120 - £160 1537. A Derby porcelain figure of a horse, circa 1770, modelled standing, 10cm high £250 - £350 1538. A Masons Ironstone part breakfast service, including cups, bowls, plates sucrier, jug, egg cup etc., Chinese rose decoration (q) £80 - £120

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1539. A pair of Copeland style Worcester strawberry dishes, circa 1820, painted with exotic birds, lobed with shell moulded handles, 24cm long (2) £250 - £350 1540. A Ridgeway tea set, circa 1830, pattern 2/893, including teapot, 8 cups, 9 saucers, coffee cup, sucriere, slop bowl, teapot stand, plate and jug etc. £200 - £250 1541. A Ridgeway scene painted dessert service, relief moulded and painted with various views, pink with diaper gilding and shell borders, painted marks 290, 22cm diameter (15) £150 - £250 1542. A tinted bisque figure group of a girl with a pug dog on her knee and a larger dog by her side, entitled ‘Playmates’, possibly Robinson Leadbeater, 36cm high £50 - £80 1543. A 19th century Staffordshire relief moulded jug, His Greaze The Right Reverent Shearemclean, The Reverend Shepherd of His Flock, circa 1830, baluster form, applied with crests and portraits, 23.5cm high £50 - £80 1544. A Staffordshire cottage money box, 19th century, painted red with slot to the roof, 10.5cm high £80 - £120 1545. A group of Staffordshire cottage money boxes, circa 1900, two with encrusted floral decoration and one treacle glazed, each with slot to the roof, tallest 14.5cm high (3) £80 - £120 1546. A Staffordshire cottage money box, 19th century, polychrome glazed, with slot to the roof, 10.5cm high £80 - £120 1547. A 19th century Staffordshire porter mug, transfer printed with scenes from Pickwick Papers, Christmas Eve at Mr Wardles and Mr Winkle Appears Before Mr Pickwick, 13cm high £40 - £70

1549 1549. A Staffordshire Blue and White Tureen and Cover, transfer printed ‘Cows’ pattern, circa 1830-40, the oval tureen with scroll carrying handles, the cover with cabbage knop and ladle £30 - £50 aperture, blue printed mark, 30.5cm high 1550. A Spode 19th Century Oval Blue and White Meat Plate, circa 1815, transfer printed in the ‘Caramanian Series’ depicting The Castle of Boudron in the Gulf of Stancio with standing and seated figures and with border of rhino, elephants, horses, cattle and figures in tropical landscape, impressed mark Spode and blue printed mark, 47cm long, and a Copeland Spode Oval Smaller Meat Plate decorated with ‘Fragments at Limisso’ pattern from the Caramanian Series, impressed marks, 37cm long (2) £150 - £250

1551

1548 1548. A Derby porcelain vase, circa 1810, twin handled shouldered form, painted with a landscape vignette, within a gilded blue ground, 10.5cm high £30 - £50

1551. An 18th Century Blue and White Oval Meat Platter, probably Leeds Pottery with combed back, Italian scene depicting travellers on a winding road with large bridge, Italian villas with mountains in the distance, framed by a border of oak leaves, passion flowers, roses and convolvulus, 43.5cm long, two oval 19th century blue and white willow pattern meat dish drainers, 37cm and 34cm long, a 19th Century Spode oval meat dish drainer with Italian river scene with merchant sailing boats and rowers, Spode impressed mark, 28.5cm long (4) £150 - £250

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1555. Two Graduated 19th Century Blue and White Oval Platters, circa 1840, ‘Wiseton Hall, Nottinghamshire’ pattern, depicting the hall in wooded landscape with pagoda and church in the background, cattle in the foreground, passion flower border, 45cm and 32cm long respectively, a blue and white earthenware oval meat platter, A. Riley ‘Bretton Hall’, the hall in wooded lake landscape with figure in rowing boat, floral scroll and trellis pattern border, 43cm long (3) £80 - £120 1556. A 19th Century Blue and White Circular Meat Platter, transfer printed castle scene in wooded landscape with figures and dog, floral and leaf border, impressed mark, 37cm diameter, a 19th Century oval blue and white meat plate chinoiserie decorated with pagodas and figure, 46cm long, a 19th Century oval blue and white meat plate depicting farmstead with cattle and figure, floral border 45cm long (3) £50 - £80

1552 1552. A Quantity of 19th Century Blue and White Circular and Oval Plates, various patterns including a Giraffe and Camel Willow pattern with pierced border, a Rogers Camel Pattern circa 1815, a Dr Syntax pattern, a stoneware ‘Athens’ pattern, two Spode Greek ‘Zeus in his Chariot’ pattern plates circa 1810, Staffordshire ‘Verona’ dinner plate and a ‘Residence of the Late Richard Jordan’ dinner plate, etc (11) £100 - £200

1557. An Early 19th Century Blue and White ‘Palladian Porch’ Meat Platter, the shaped rectangular meat plate printed with a panel depicting figures outside a temple, a camel and figures in a rowing boat, the deep sides decorated with flowers, leaves and fruit, 47cm long, and an early 19th century blue and white transfer printed oval meat plate decorated with a chinoiserie landscape depicting the Queen of Sheba shaded by a parasol held by her diminutive attendants within a palace landscape, 42.5cm long (2) £80 - £120

1553. A 19th Century Blue and White Oval Meat Platter, ‘Eton College’ depicting three figures in a river landscape with Eton College in the background, floral and leaf pattern border, blue printed mark, 46cm long, two 19th Century Blue and White Ironstone Oval Meat Platters, ‘Cattle Scenery’ pattern, blue printed backstamps, 48cm and 42cm long, a blue and white oval meat platter depicting oriental scene with figure standing in pagoda, 44cm long (4) £80 - £120

1558 1558. A Pair of Bell, Cook and Co Oval Blue and White Meat Platter, early 19th Century, transfer printed pastoral river landscape scene with bridge and boatmen, floral border, printed marks, 48cm long, a 19th Century oval blue and white meat platter depicting pastoral river landscape scene with cottage, horses, rider and dog, floral border, impressed mark, 47.5cm long, (3) £80 - £120

1554 1554. An Early 19th Century Blue and White Oval Meat Platter, circa 1820, the tulip border surrounding a formal period park scene of gentry walking beside a city lake with fountains and trees, the cathedral and buildings in the background, 48.5cm long £150 - £250

1559. A Spode ‘Bridge of Lucano’ Large Oval Tureen Stand, circa 1815-1825, 43cm long, a 19th Century oval blue and white transfer printed platter by Rogers, cattle watering with castle towers in the background, impressed mark, 43.5cm long, an early 19th Century blue and white oval platter transfer printed by A.B. Adams, classical ruins with cattle and figures in a river landscape, classical panelled border, impressed mark, 47cm long, a small Spode blue and white oval dish ‘Bridge of Lucano’ pattern within border of fruiting vine, olives and wheat ears, impressed factory and printed marks, 29cm long (4) £200 - £300 1560. An English Staffordshire Earthenware Blue & White Oval Platter, circa 1830s, transfer printed with scene of a pastoral landscape with rabbits in foreground, floral rim, 47cm long £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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1561. A 19th Century Blue and White Oval Meat Platter, ‘Camel’ pattern by John Rogers, circa 1820, the scene depicts the gate leading to a Musjed at Chunar Ghur, India with figure on camel in the foreground, impressed mark, 42cm long, a 19th Century oval blue and white meat platter by Rogers circa 1820, ‘Musketeer’ pattern depicting an Eastern scene with two musketeer figures, one on horseback with temple buildings in a wooded landscape, impressed marks, 42 cm long, a 19th Century blue and white oval meat platter by Rogers circa 1820, ‘Monopteros, the scene depicting the remains of the ancient building near Firoz Shah’s Cotilla, Delhi with figures and kankrej in the foreground, impressed mark Rogers and 16 , 43cm long (3) £180 - £220 1562. A Dixon, Austin and Co., Sunderland Prattware watch holder, circa 1810, modelled as a longcase clock flanked by children resting on columns, impressed marks, 28cm high £150 - £250 1563. A Victorian Cairo pattern large bowl, decorated with flowers, impressed Cairo and painted marks, 39cm wide £30 - £40 1564. Ellesmore and Forster, a harlequin jug, circa 1860, decorated with fighting cockerels and men and women in a variety of costumes, 22cm high £150 - £250 1565. Ellesmore and Forster, a puzzle jug, circa 1860, decorated with fighting cockerels and harlequins, 21cm high £100 - £150 1566. A Staffordshire agate ware money box, modelled as a hen, circa 1820, sitting in a basket, 10cm high £80 - £120

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1572. Plates including Worcester Chamberlains, Coalport etc. Early 19th century £40 - £60 1573. A collection of New Hall porcelain dishes and plates including patterns 167, 318, 1357, 1161, 1307, 3035 etc. (10) £40 - £60 1574. Dishes and plates including Hicks and May, Mayer and Newbold, Newport and a painted plate of the Bay of Naples (4) £30 - £40 1575. An extensive J and E Baddeley creamware tea service, circa 1805, monochrome decorated and gilded with ribbon swag banding and half reeded moulding to the body, including teapot, sugar box, various sizes of saucers and cups etc. Note: an example of a teapot from this service is in the collection of the Victorian and Albert Museum, London £300 - £400 1576. A porcelain sprinkler bottle, elongated baluster form with ogee foot, gilt over blue seaweed ground with cartouches of exotic birds, in the Worcester style, 19.5cm high £150 - £200 1577. A London Delft polychrome plate, circa 1770, in the Chinoiserie style, with flowers and fence design, 23.5cm diameter £120 - £180 1578. Two large Buckley slipware pots, 19th century, terracota body semi-glazed in black, 42cm highest (2) £100 - £150 1579. A pair of English Delft blue and white plates, circa 1760, painted in the Chinese style, 23cm diameter (2) £100 - £150

1567. A Yorkshire pottery cottage moneybox, circa 1820, relief moulded and sponge decorated modelled with two figures to the side, 13.5cm high £100 - £150

1580. Three 18th century or earlier tiles, including Delft blue and white and an encaustic example, 13cm square (3) £50 - £70

1568. A Staffordshire Bank money box, circa 1815, relief moulded and painted, 11.5cm high £80 - £120

1581. A stoneware bottle and a 16th century green glazed pot, 20cm high (2) £30 - £50

1569. A Staffordshire figure of a boy with cockerel, circa 1820, on square plinth base, 12.5cm high £70 - £100

1582. An English Delft blue and white charger, circa 1750, painted with a peony design, 34cm diameter £40 - £60

1570. A Staffordshire Toby Jug, 18th century, sponge decorated in yellow and puce, 26cm high £150 - £200

1583. A Prattware figure of Summer, 19th century, modelled as a man holding a cornucopia, painted in colours, with a lustre jug with yellow ground, 23cm high £80 - £120

1571. Paris and New Hall porcelain tea ware and a Caughley/ Spode composite chocolate cup, cover and saucer (5)£20 - £40

1584. A Staffordshire elephant, circa 1860, modelled standing on a plinth, 5cm high £80 - £120

For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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For details of the charges payable in addition to the final Hammer Price of each lot please refer to paragraphs 5 to 9 of the Buyer’s terms at the back of the catalogue.


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TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE AND BUSINESS These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Kingham & Orme Auctioneers limited and the seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, and/or consigning to Kingham & Orme Auctioneers limited, you agree to be bound by the following terms.

b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or email in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of terms in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue.

CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. DEFINITION In these terms of business: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd is referred to as ‘K & O.’ The K & O representative conducting the auction is referred to as the ‘auctioneer’. 2. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers if the transaction is not completed and paid for. 3. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment. 4. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION OF LOTS Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of statements relating to authorship, descriptions, origin, date, age, provenance and condition of lots. Statements made orally or in the catalogue are opinions given after careful consideration and research. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunity to view lots before any sale. When bidding, buyers acknowledge that they are fully satisfied as to the description and condition of the lot. 5. ATTRIBUTION OF PICTURES (a) If the forename(s) (or asterisks where not known) and surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work by the named artist. (b) If the initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist are given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work of the period of the named artist and may be wholly or in part his work. (c) If the surname of the artist is given, this indicates that in the opinion of K & O the picture is a work of the same school of the named artist, or by one of his followers, or in his style and of uncertain date. (d) The term ‘Bears signature’ indicates that in the opinion of K & O this is not the signature of the artist. (e) All other terms are self-explanatory. 6. FORGERIES Notwithstanding Condition 4, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence provided that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium. 7. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY Every person on K & O premises before, during or after a sale shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and shall have no claim against K & O in respect of any injury they may sustain or any accident which may occur. 8. DISPUTES Any dispute not covered in these terms of business will be settled at the sole discretion of K & O. 9. GENERAL We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of the Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of the Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1. INTERPRETATION In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’ etc. refer to Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd. 2. WARRANTY The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the items ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. COMMISSION Commission is charged to sellers at a flat rate of 15% plus VAT on each lot. There is a minimum charge of £2.50 plus VAT per lot. 4. REMOVAL COSTS Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by and stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 5. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS a) Loss and Damage Warranty – K & O is not authorised by the FSA to provide insurance to its clients and does not do so. However, K & O for its own protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, K & O makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT. The liability assumed by K & O shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 5(a) is inapplicable. 6. ILLUSTRATIONS The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 7. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 8. We may sell lots below the reserve provided if we can account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

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8. RESERVES a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to unreasonably high reserves {in which case goods carry the storage (Condition 17) and loss damage warranty (Condition 5(a) charges as stipulated in these Terms of Consignment}. b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. d) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £50. 9. ELECTRICAL ITEMS These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 10. SOFT FURNISHINGS The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense.The rights of disposal referred to in clauses 9 and 10 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection upon request. 11. DESCRIPTIONS Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 4 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. 12. UNSOLD ITEMS If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. 13. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS These are liable to incur charges on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 14. CONDITIONS OF SALE You agree that all goods will be sold subject to our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses, liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. 15. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred from your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. You authorise us at our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 17. STORAGE We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make storage charges.

18. SETTLEMENT Subject to funds having cleared in our account we aim to pay you no later than four weeks following the sale. If the buyer has not paid for the goods no settlement will be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. Please note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 11 above and you should therefore bear this in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale. INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. INTRODUCTION The following notes are intended to assist buyers particularly those who may be inexperienced or new to our saleroom. All sales are conducted in accordance with our Conditions of Sale. Our staff will be happy to help you with anything you do not fully understand. 2. AGENCY As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly, if you buy your primary contract is with the seller. 3. THE BUYER The highest bidder acknowledged as such by the auctioneer will be the buyer. If any dispute arises, the auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle the matter. The auctioneer rules the bidding and bids cannot be retracted. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid. The successful bidder, whether bidding for himself or for a third party, is entirely responsible for paying for the lots they have bought in accordance with K & O’s Conditions of Sale and Business. The auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of the sellers for any lot and to withdraw, consolidate or divide any lot or lots. 4. REGISTRATION It is essential that all prospective buyers register with us, giving their full name, address, contact telephone number(s) and email address. First time buyers will be required to provide proof of identity (i.e. driving licence/passport), a valid debit or credit card and a copy of a utility bill confirming their name and address. Upon receipt of the above a paddle will be issued, which is only valid for the current sale. The paddle may be used to indicate your bids to the Auctioneer during the sale. If successful, the bidder must ensure that their number can be seen by the Auctioneer and that it is their number that is called out. Should there be any doubts as to price or buyer, please draw the Auctioneer’s attention to it immediately. 5. BUYER’S PREMIUM - COMMISSION CHARGES There is a buyer’s premium of 20 per cent plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot up to and including £200,000. The buyer’s premium is 15% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £200,001 up to and including £1,000,000. The buyer’s premium is 12% plus VAT on the hammer price of each lot on the excess of £1,000,001. 6. VALUE ADDED TAX Lots on which the buyer may have to pay VAT on the ‘hammer price’ are indicated in the catalogue with the following symbol *. The buyer must pay this VAT at the rates that apply on the day of the auction in addition to the buyer’s premium and VAT thereon. 7. AUCTIONEERS MARGIN SCHEME This scheme allows auctioneers to sell items without VAT on the hammer price. The buyer then pays an amount equivalent to VAT. This amount cannot be refunded and is not shown separately on the invoice. 8. PAYMENT Buyers must pay in full before items can be removed from the premises (please see “payment methods” below). Invoices will be issued from the day of the sale. Buyers must pay their invoice in full within 24 hours and advise when they will be collecting their item(s). Any invoices which remain unpaid after seven days will incur interest at 5% above the base rate, charged from the date of the sale. If buyers are unknown to us, we cannot hand over purchases unless we have adequate references or payment is cleared.

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Payment Methods We accept payment by: Cash – up to £9,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). Cheques – bankers draft, cashiers cheque, personal cheques and travellers cheques are all accepted. Credit cards – Visa or Mastercard (American Express or Diners Club not accepted). Debit cards – Visa, Delta, Switch, Connect Please note that we are unable to accept any card payments where the cardholder is not present. Bank transfer to: HSBC Bank, Bridge St, Evesham WR11 4RU Account no.: 51655345 Account name: Kingham & Orme Auctioneers Ltd Sort code: 40-20-27 IBAN: GB91MIDL40202751655345 SWIFTBIC: MIDLGB22 Please note that a fee of £15 will be added for international bank payment. 9. LIVE INTERNET BIDDING Live online auctions are in conjunction with the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com and easyliveauction.com We ask that you register for the sale a minimum of 24 hours before the auction. When you have registered, you can watch the auction in real time; simply click the bid button to place a bid. If your bid is successful we will notify you after the sale for payment. Charges will be made for internet bidding dependent on the auction platform. See their terms and conditions for details. 10. TRANSFER OF RISK Each lot is the buyer’s sole responsibility from the fall of the hammer. 11. COMMISSION BIDS If instructed, K & O will execute bids and advise prospective buyers. This service is free. Buyers who cannot come to a sale may leave their bid with our staff after/during viewing, or make their bid in advance by telephone or email (enquiries@kinghamandormeauctioneers.com). Such bids are placed at the buyer’s own risk. Bids must be made at least one hour before the sale starts, but we advise buyers to make bids at the earliest possible opportunity. When making bids, buyers must provide: Their full name Address Email address Contact telephone numbers The number of the lot they wish to buy Their maximum bid amount – excluding commission which will be added to the invoice afterwards Buyers must state what their maximum bid would be. We cannot accept an instruction to ‘buy’ or unlimited bid.

14. STORAGE AND COLLECTION Please note all items after the auction will be removed to store. Arrangements for collection can be made with the office. 15. ELECTRICAL GOODS AND SOFT FURNISHINGS These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations. 16. EXPORT OF GOODS Buyers intending to export goods should check whether an export licence is required and whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 17. PACKING AND DESPATCH We offer a packing and despatch service for smaller lots. We also use national and local carriers. Further details can be obtained from our office. 18. DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES A work of art by a living artist, or those who have died within the last 70 years, which costs more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000 will incur a royalty charge. We pass this payment onto the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), and do not charge a handling fee. Buyers can calculate royalty charges on the DACS website. Items marked with the † symbol in the catalogue will potentially incur royalty payments. We use the euro to UK sterling exchange rate which applies on the day of the sale. It is the buyer’s responsibility to check the relevant exchange rate. The actual qualifying threshold is calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on the DACS website. The royalty charge for pictures which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €1,000, but less that the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 is 4%. On works of art that achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of €50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges applies. For a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels please download more information from the DACS website. The royalty charge is added to invoices, and must be paid before purchases are removed. VAT is not paid on royalty charges. 19. CITES LICENSE - IMPORTANT NOTICE RELATING TO SPORTING AND NATURAL HISTORY Clients intending to import/export any item derived from natural history specimens into/from a non-European country should first check for any Import/Export and possession restrictions prior to bidding/selling. Certain species (λ) are also subject to CITES regulations when exporting/ importing these items out of the EU. CITES regulations are given on www.ukcites.gov.uk or maybe obtained from Animal Health, Wildlife Licensing and Registration Service, Zone 1/17, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol BS1 6EB. Those species that are covered by the US Endangered Species Act (USESA) or The Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA): potential US bidders should check with USF&W (US Fish and Wildlife Services) for trade/possession restrictions in the US prior to bidding.

We will ensure that lots are bought as cheaply as possible depending on the bids made and other reserves. If identical bids are placed, they will be dealt with on a “first come first served” basis. 12. TELEPHONE BIDS Lines for telephone bidding should be booked 24 hours before the auction. Lines are booked on a “first come first served basis.” Full name, address and telephone numbers will be required together with proof of identity and address. Bank and credit/debit card details are also necessary to secure the line. 13. DATA PROTECTION K & O will use information provided by its clients or obtained by K & O relating to its clients for the provision of auction services or as required by law. K & O may need to record telephone conversations for security or legal reasons or as necessary to provide a higher quality of service. Clients agree that K & O may use sensitive information that they supply to K & O. Unless permitted by law, K & O will not otherwise process sensitive personal data without express consent. By agreeing to the Conditions of Sale and Business, clients agree to the processing of their personal information.

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