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1. Two pan-topped wine glasses, mid 18th century, one raised on a doubleknopped airtwist stem, the other on an opaque twist stem above a thick foot, 15.2cm max. (2) £200-300
2. Three wine glasses, mid 18th century, two with drawn trumpet bowls raised on teardrop stems, the last with a simple flared bowl on a plain stem, all above folded feet, 16cm max. (3) £150-250
3. A large glass goblet and an 18th century style glass, modern, both by Peter David, the goblet faintly etched with tigers, the other glass with a titled portrait of George III, raised on a multi-twist stem, 20.5cm max. (2) £20-40 Provenance: the Emanuel Collection.
4. Three wine glasses, 18th century, with drawn trumpet bowls rising from thick airtwist stems, 17.5cm. (3) £300-500
5. Two wine glasses, c.1770, the bowls cut with continuous floral garlands, raised on faceted stems, one foot cut with ovals, 15cm. (2) £200-300
6. Three wine glasses, 2nd half 18th century, all with drawn trumpet bowls raised above thick airtwist stems, 14.6cm max. (3) £150-250
7. Two large wine glasses, one of drawn trumpet shape with everted rim, raised on a teardrop stem, the other with bell-shaped bowl on a knopped teardrop stem, both on folded feet, 20cm max. (2) £100-200
8. Three wine glasses, 18th century, two with funnel-shaped bowls, one a narrow drawn trumpet, all rising from double series opaque twist stems, 19cm max. (3) £250-350
9. A Continental colour-twist wine glass, 18th century, with engraved bowl raised on a red and white cotton-twist stem, and an English glass with bell-shaped bowl raised on a thick opaque twist stem, 15cm max. (2) £150-250
10. A set of six wine glasses, 19th century, raised on hexagonal faceted stems, the bowls engraved with the initials ‘JC’ in an oval panel, 11.6cm. (6) £120-180
11. Four wine glasses, 18th century, three with engraved bowls on various plain, airtwist or opaque twist stems, one with a band of polished ovals on a knopped and faceted stem, and three cordial or liqueur glasses with thistle-shaped cut bowls and thistle engraving, 14.3cm max. (7) £80-120
12. A pair of cut glass bowls and covers, 19th century, the globular bowls diamond cut and raised on hexagonal starcut feet, and a cutglass preserve jar and cover with silver mount to the rim, 21cm max. (6) £150-250
13. Four ale glasses, 18th century, two engraved with hops and barley, two moulded, 13.5cm max. (4) £100-200
14. A set of eight small rummers, 19th century, the rounded bowls cut with long petals near the low stems, raised on thick square bases, 11cm. (8) £150-200
15. Five wine glasses, 18th century, two drawn trumpets raised on thick airtwist stems, one with a bucket bowl raised on a knopped airtwist stem, one with hammered bowl on a double series opaque twist stem, the last engraved with grapevine above a folded foot, 16.8cm max. (5) £250-350
A tall glass flute, 18th century, the narrow flared bowl rising from a dense airtwist stem above a domed foot, 21cm.
A ratafia glass, mid 18th century, the narrow funnel bowl rising from a double series opaque twist stem, 18cm.
An ale or ratafia glass, mid 18th century, with tall flared bowl raised on a spiralling airtwist stem, 20cm.
A wine glass, mid 18th century, the widely flared bucket bowl raised on a delicate airtwist stem above a plain foot, 16.8cm.
A wine glass, c.1760, with generous bell-shaped bowl raised on an attractive airtwist stem, 15cm.
21. A large wine glass, c.1760, the generous funnel bowl with honeycomb moulding, raised on a delicate airtwist stem above a domed foot, 16.5cm. £300-500 22.
An ale glass, c.1760-70, the tall narrow bowl engraved with hops and barley, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 18.6cm. £200-300
A wine glass, mid 18th century, the cylindrical bowl with everted rim, raised on a knopped opaque twist stem, 14.4cm.
24. A near pair of wine glasses, mid 18th century, with drawn trumpet bowls rising from thick airtwist stems, 18.5cm. (2) £150-200
25. A small glass tazza or syllabub stand, c.1760, the circular top with an upturned rim, raised on a blown baluster stem with trailing above a folded foot, 18.5cm dia. £200-300
26. A good pair of Union glasses, each engraved with a spray of thistle, rose and shamrock, raised on baluster stems above starcut feet, 19.5cm. (2) £180-220
27. Two decanters and stoppers, late 18th/early 19th century, one raised on a low wide foot, with small penny stopper, the other with three neck rings and a kick-in base, 28.5cm max. (4) £200-250
28. A good glass ewer, probably Stourbridge, c.1880, finely engraved with tall flowering branches extending towards the spout, a square Shrub decanter and stopper, titled within a polished circle border, and a tall decanter and stopper engraved with grapevine, 34.5cm max. (5) £100-200
29. A cut glass sweetmeat, 19th century, with six cut petals with a faceted design, raised on a knopped stem above a domed foot, and a plain decanter with flattened cut stopper, 30cm max. (3) £150-250
30. Two wine glasses, 18th century, the flared bowls drawn up from thick stems with tear bubbles within a swollen knop, one on a folded foot, 16cm max. (2) £200-300
31. A cut glass butter tub with cover and stand, 1st half 19th century, cut with a band of diamonds around large stars, circular faceted knop, 17.4cm across. (3) £150-200
32. Two large wine glasses, 18th century, one with a wide drawn trumpet bowl, the other a more narrow flute, each rising from airtwist stems, 20.5cm max. (2) £200-250
33. A collection of paperweights and glass dumps, 19th/20th century, the green dumps variously decorated with internal air tears and flowers, the six weights with millefleurs designs, one commemorating the coronation of Elizabeth II, 17cm max. (14) £150-250
34. A collection of thirteen glass eyebaths, 19th and 20th centuries, four blue glass, two green, the rest clear, 6.7cm max. (13) £50-100
35. A matched set of eight glasses, 19th century, of emerald green tone, raised on thick stems applied with raspberry prunts, most above tall trailed feet, 11.5cm. (8) £180-220
36. A collection of Bristol blue glass, late 18th/19th century, including three bottle decanters, a sugar bowl and cream jug gilded with ‘Be Canny’ slogans, two vases, two jugs, two cupping bowls, two scent bottles, a gilded box and cover, two jugs, a salt and a flared bowl, 21.5cm max. (19) £600-800
37. A pair of Bohemian ruby-flashed souvenir goblets dated 1849, the tall octagonal forms engraved with scenes of famous buildings in Prague, inscribed ‘H Liddell Prague 31st March 1849’, a similar small bowl, and a Bohemian amber goblet engraved with spa locations and titled ‘Mrs Lawrence’, 19cm max. (4) £150-250
38. Seven coloured wine glasses, five emerald green with conical bowls raised on multiple knopped stems, another green on a plain waisted stem, one blue with a bell-shaped bowl on a baluster stem, 12.5cm. (7) £150-250
39. A Nailsea glass bottle vase and a jug, late 19th/early 20th century, the vase a bright blue with silvery white striations, the jug a deeper blue with gold swirls, 24.2cm max. (2) £100-200
40. A pair of Bohemian glass candlesticks, of octagonal faceted form, flashed in ruby and engraved with alternating floral panels, and a pair of scent bottles and stoppers, deeply cut and highlighted in blue, 29cm max. (6) £150-250
41. Two Bohemian glass vases, 19th century, one cranberry and overlaid in white, cut with a circular design and painted with flowers, the other blue and cut with an Islamic design with gilt detailing, 23.8cm max. (2) £150-250
42. A glass scent bottle, 19th century, with silver-coloured metal mount, the body of spiralling yellow and white latticino twists and horizontally ribbed, inner glass stopper, 9.2cm. £100-150
43. A Bristol blue glass footed bowl, late 18th century, of spiral fluted form, raised on a folded pedestal foot, and another glass sugar bowl with a blue rim, raised on a low foot, 11cm max. (2) £200-300
44. A French scramble paperweight, mid 19th century, set with a jumble of millefiori canes, 8cm dia. £80-120
45. Five Stourbridge ‘Transparent Cameo’ glasses, c.1900, two in shades of green and rose, two in blue and yellow, the last in red and yellow, variously cut with floral and geometric designs, raised on cut baluster stems and starcut feet, 21cm. (5) £200-300
46. A pair of cut glass sweetmeat jars and covers, the flared, faceted bowls with elaborate shaped rims, rising from knopped stems above hexafoil feet, the domed covers with tall pointed finials, 37cm. (4) £300-400
47. An amethyst glass decanter and six glasses, 19th century, onlaid in silver with with a floral design, 22cm. (8) £80-120
48. An Irish Williamite wine or large cordial glass, mid 18th century, the bucketshaped bowl engraved with a profile portrait beneath the inscription ‘The Immortal Memory’, the reverse with a crowned harp between grapevine, raised on a thick plain stem and heavy foot, 15.2cm. £2,000-3,000 49. A wine glass, c.1760, the bell-shaped bowl raised on a double-knopped airtwist stem, 16.8cm. £200-300 50. A political ale glass, 2nd half 18th century, the tall bowl engraved ‘Wilkes and Liberty’ above the number 45, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 17.8cm. £1,400-1,800 In issue 45 of his publication, The North Briton, John Wilkes’ attack on George III’s 1763 speech endorsing the Paris Peace Treaty earned him a warrant for his arrest for libel. With strong public support, Wilkes was cleared by the Lord Chief Justice. 51. A large goblet, 18th century, the generous bowl engraved ‘A*Lorraine’ beneath a continuous floral band, raised on a thick plain stem, 19cm. £220-280 52. A Beilby wine glass, c.1765, the bucket-shaped bowl enamelled with a bandstand or temple with domed roof in a garden setting with cypress trees, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 14.2cm .£3,000-4,000 53. A colour-twist wine glass, c.1765, with bell-shaped bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem, one twist edged in green and red, 16.5cm. £600-1,000 54. A Silesian marriage goblet, engraved with a shield with a griffin crest between the initials HE and VR, the rest with a wide village scene of fields, houses and gardens beneath two lines of German script, the rim gilded, 17.8cm. £100-200 55. A rare mead glass, c.1755, the bell-shaped bowl engraved with two beehives or skeps between baskets of fruit and flowers, each hive with six bees buzzing about it, raised on an unusual opaque twist stem with four knops, 16cm. £3,000-4,000 56. A large wine glass, 18th century, the thistle-shaped bowl raised on a thick opaque twist stem with traces of accompanying airtwist, 16.5cm. £100-200
part 57. Various cut and coloured glass items, 19th and 20th centuries, including two cut glass dishes, six small cut glass bowls, a mottled blue opaque glass obelisk, a painted glass vase, two coloured glass bowls, one with Mary Gregory type decoration, and a ruby-flashed vase with white enamelling, 25cm max. (13) £50-150
58. An extensive suite of glass, early 20th century, richly engraved with a swirling floral design and raised on delicate stems above starcut feet. Comprising: two decanters and stoppers, 13 bowls with 19 stands, 14 champagne flutes, 11 beakers, 18 red wine glasses, 16 white wine glasses, 14 sherry or port glasses, and nine liqueur glasses. (118) £300-400 Provenance: Colonel Sir Arthur Lever Bt. MP, (1860-1924) and thence by descent.
59. A set of six glass flutes, 19th century, cut with faceted bands above a low knopped stem, 14.5cm. (6) £100-200
60. A set of six soda glass liqueurs, engraved with a continuous floral band and raised on knopped stems, and a large flared vase decorated with a basket of flowers, 20.7cm max. (7) £50-150
61. Five wine glasses, mid 18th century, all with drawn trumpet bowls raised on thick airtwist stems, 16.8cm. (5) £300-400
62. A set of eight Austrian champagne saucers, c.1900, the quatrefoil bowls enamelled with a continuous white floral design with gilt detailing, raised on delicate knopped and faceted stems, 11cm. (8) £200-300
63. A wine glass, c.1760-70, the bellshaped bowl raised on a double knopped airtwist stem above a conical foot, 18cm. £300-500
64. A Lynn wine glass, c.1760, the funnel bowl moulded with horizontal ribs and raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 13.5cm. £150-250
65. A toasting glass, 18th century, the narrow flared bowl rising from a delicate stem with dense airtwist, 18.5cm. £200-300
66. A large wine glass, c.1760, the generous funnel bowl with dimple moulding, raised on an airtwist stem above a plain foot, 16.5cm. £350-450
67. A good ale glass, c.1760, the bowl engraved with hops and barley, raised on a double knopped airtwist stem above a conical foot, 19.5cm. £400-600
68. An unrecorded Williamite cordial glass of large proportion, mid 18th century, the goblet bowl engraved with the dates of King William’s significant campaigns and the inscription ‘Glorious, Steady & Immortal’, raised on a thick plain stem above a domed folded foot, 20cm. £3,500-5,000
69. Three large green wine glasses, 19th century, and a smaller pair, the stems applied with raspberry prunts, the feet with narrow trailing, 13.6cm max. (5) £200-300 70. Two Stourbridge champagne glasses, late 19th century, one ruby tinted and engraved with birds above grapevine, the other engraved and raised on a colour twist stem, and four candy twist sweetmeat stands in pink and white, raised on low baluster stems, 11cm max. (6) £300-400 Provenance: the two champagne glasses from the Parkington Collection, Christie’s, 17th October 1997, lot 221. 71. A large Bohemian blue glass decanter and stopper, 19th century, for the Islamic market, deeply cut and gilded with stylized flowerhead and star motifs, with white and orange enamel highlights, 59cm. (2) £200-300
72. A faceted Bohemian glass goblet, 19th century, flashed with amber and engraved with three panels of musical instruments, a flowering cornucopia, and a snake entwined around a goblet, 17cm. £200-300
73. Two pair of table lustres, late 19th/early 20th century, the larger pair flashed with green and cut with stylized floral designs, the smaller ruby with traces of gilt decoration, each hung with eight double lustres, 37cm max. (4) £250-350
74. A large Hugo Wolf (Bohemia) mercury glass goblet, 19th century, the golden yellow body etched with a continuous design of fruiting grapevine, HW monogram inset to the base, 27cm. £400-600
75. A pair of cranberry glass table lustres, 19th century, with gilt highlights, each hung with eight double lustres, 21.5cm. (2) £100-200
76. A pair of Bohemian Lithyalin hexagonal vases, c.1830-40, perhaps by Friedrich Egermann, the tapering cut bodies of sealing-wax red colour with darker inclusions, 9cm. (2) £800-1,200
77. A Thomas Webb & Sons (Stourbridge) cameo glass bowl and stand, c.1880, the red glass overlaid in white and etched with flowers including iris, 14.2cm. (2) £400-600
78. A pair of Bohemian Lithyalin scent bottles with metal stoppers, c.1830-40, probably by Friedrich Egermann, the tapering bodies facet cut and of a sealing-wax red tone with striations, 17.8cm. (4) £4,000-6,000
79. A glass jug of Nailsea type, late 19th century, the amber body swirled with white enamel, the handle of blue twisted glass, 21cm. £50-100
80. A blue glass decanter and stopper, 19th century, the glass of a rich indigo tone, the flattened stopper unusually frilled at the edges, 29.5cm. (2) £200-300
81. Two English wine bottles, 18th century, of plain cylindrical form, 28cm max. (2) £150-250
82. Six sealed wine bottles, 18th and 19th centuries, one with a stag head crest between the initials IF, faintly dated 1748 beneath, one with a crowned B for the Duke of Buckingham and dated 1837, two for Trinity College, one for All Souls Common Room, the last titled ‘Treslake’, 29cm max. (6) £300-400
83. A sealed wine bottle, late 18th century, the circular seal bearing the initials ASCR for All Souls Common Room, 26.5cm. £100-200
84. An early English sealed wine bottle, c.1660-70, of shaft and globe type, applied with a circular seal containing a shield of three fleur de lys, with a shallow kick-in base and string rim, 21cm. ÂŁ1,500-2,500 Provenance: believed to have been excavated in either the Warminster or Devizes area of Wiltshire, c.1960, and thence by descent.
85. Five glass rummers, 19th century, a pair with a flattened knop, one with faceted bowl, 14cm max. (5) £200-300
86. Two small drawn-trumpet glasses, 2nd half 18th century, raised on folded feet, and a pair of wine glasses with generous bowls raised on short faceted stems, 11cm max. (4) £100-200
87. Two firing glasses, 2nd half 18th century, one bell-shaped, the other with a flared bowl, both raised on a thick firing foot, and a small glass with wrythen moulded bowl, 10cm max. (3) £80-120
88. Three firing glasses, 18th century and later, one Masonic and engraved with a monogram and other emblems, one raised on an opaque twist stem above a stepped foot, the other plain, 10cm max. (3) £350-450
89. A cruciform silver-mounted carafe and stopper, 19th century, with silver pierced panels and C scrolls extending over the shoulder, Birmingham hallmark, a tall cut glass vase raised on a heavy square base, and a silver-mounted oil jug and stopper, 34.2cm max. (5) £100-200
90. A cruciform glass carafe, c.1800, with single ring to the narrow neck, and a round-bodied jug with pinched spout, 22.5cm. (2) £400-500
A large wine glass, c.1760, with waisted bucket-shaped bowl rising from an opaque cable twist stem, 18.5cm.
92. A wine glass with composite stem, c.1760, the flared trumpet bowl raised on a stem with a knop of airtwists above a second plain knop, £300-500 16.2cm. 93.
An ale glass, c.1760-70, the rim with an egg and dart design of polished ovals, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 17.2cm. £200-300
94. A rare Beilby firing glass, c.1765, the bucket-shaped bowl enamelled in white with a continuous band of grapevine around the rim, raised £3,000-4,000 on a squat double series opaque twist stem above a thick stepped foot, 9.2cm. 95. A good cut goblet, c.1740, the generous ogee bowl with petal cutting to the base, rising from a knopped faceted stem above a shaped £250-350 foot, 19.2cm. 96.
A large goblet, c.1760, the generous bell-shaped bowl raised on an opaque twist stem, 18.5cm.
97. A wine glass, c.1760, the funnel bowl engraved with a continuous band of grapevine, raised on an airtwist stem with a single central £200-300 knop, 15cm. 98.
A massive glass or goblet, 18th century, the vast drawn trumpet bowl rising from an airtwist stem above a folded foot, 23.2cm. £200-300
99. A large commemorative glass rummer, 1st half 19th century, one side engraved with a profile portrait of Admiral Lord Nelson within a banner proclaiming ‘Who Defeated the French Fleet Oct 21st 1805, Off Cape Trafalgar’, the reverse with HMS Victory with sails furled and flag flying, 19.5cm high. £600-1,000 Provenance: Admiral George Stewart, 8th Earl of Galloway (1768-1834), and thence by descent.
100. A pair of Irish-engraved commemorative decanters and stoppers, 1st half 19th century, the square bodies cut with bands and diamond hatching, each engraved ‘Victory at Waterloo 1815’ the reverse for ‘Whisky’ or ‘Brandy’, 24.5cm. (4) £600-800
104. A glass ale jug, 19th century, engraved with hops and barley around monogrammed initials ‘JAJ’, raised on a folded circular foot, the neck with trailing, 19cm high. £150-250
105. A pair of cut glass decanters and stoppers, early 19th century, the sides cut with multiple vertical facets beneath stepped necks, the bases starcut, 25cm. (4) £150-250
101. A pair of Irish decanters and stoppers, c.1800, of Prussian form, each with three neck rings above bands of cut husk swags and diamond hatching, the bases with moulded flutes, the mushroom stoppers starcut, 25.5cm. (4) £300-500
102. A cider or ale glass, 18th century, the generous beaker body engraved with an apple, barley, flowers and leaves, raised on a short stem with airbead knop above a thick foot, 11.5cm. £400-600
103. A pair of cut glass decanters and stoppers, 19th century, the eight-sided bodies cut with two bands of polished circles beneath three neck rings, the flattened stoppers starcut, 27.5cm. (4) £100-150
106. A pair of wine glassses, mid 18th century, with drawn trumpet bowls raising from thick airtwist stems, 15.5cm. (2) £150-250
107. A sweetmeat glass, mid 18th century, the deep bowl cut with small polished bands, raised on a thick baluster stem above an octagonal domed foot, 17cm. £200-300 Collector or museum numbers beneath the foot.
108. Two wine glasses, mid 18th century, one with a generous drawn trumpet bowl, the other with a smaller funnel bowl, both raised on dense airtwist stems, 16,5cm max. (2) £180-220
109. A Masonic firing glass, 19th century, the squat cylindrical form engraved with the Three Feathers and titled ‘Unanimity’, Lodge number ‘543’, 6.5cm. £200-300
110. A cut glass bowl and cover for the Islamic market, the globular body cut in high relief with bands of circular prunts bearing different hatched design, the domed cover surmounted with a gold-coloured metal finial of a crescent moon with three stars resting on a bunch of grapes, 16.5cm. (2) £300-500
111. A Masonic firing glass, of generous proportion, engraved with various symbols of masonry including the sun and the moon either side of a tall column, 7cm. £80-120
112. Three large wine glasses, c.1760, with drawn trumpet bowls raised on thick airtwist stems, 16.5cm max. (3) £200-300
113. A pair of glass scent bottles and stoppers, 19th century, the square section bodies with metal mounts of Classical maidens and putti, the globular stoppers facet cut, 13cm max. (4) £100-200
114. Two ale glasses, 2nd half 18th century, one engraved with hops and barley, the other raised on a low knopped stem above a folded foot, and a drawn trumpet wine glass with teardrop stem above a folded foot, 14.5cm max. (3) £100-200
115. Two wine glasses, 2nd half 18th century, the rounded bowls each raised on a facet cut stem, 13.8cm max. (2) £100-200
116. A cut glass taperstick, c.1770, the narrow stem with a faceted knop, the sconce lightly waisted, all raised above a domed and lobed foot, 16cm. £400-600
117. A tumbler and an ale glass, 19th century, the ale engraved ‘DS’ and with hops and barley, the tumbler with a hanged man to the base, signifying the Last Drop,13cm max. (2) £100-200
118. A large Bohemian glass beaker, 17th century, engraved with large specimens of a thistle and two other flowers, 13.8cm. £150-200
119. A small wine glass, c.1760, the rounded bowl raised on a double series opaque twist stem above a high foot, 14cm. £150-200
120. A small wine glass, c.1760, the bowl engraved with a rose and a bird, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 13.8cm. £150-200
121. A Royal Dublin Volunteer glass, 19th century, engraved with the initials ‘RDV’ beneath a crown, the reverse with Saint Patrick standing upon a knotted snake, raised on a faceted stem, 11.5cm. £600-800
122. A large early English roemer, c.1720, lead glass, probably made for export, the generous bowl raised on a hollow stem applied with flat raspberry prunts above a trailed foot, the glass a delicate shade of green, 15.5cm. £500-800
123. A Lynn glass, c.1760, the funnel bowl moulded with horizontal ribs, raised on a double series opaque twist stem, 13cm. £300-500
124. A wine glass, mid 18th century, with drawn trumpet bowl raised on an airtwist stem above a folded foot, 18cm.
125. A Bohemian glass goblet, c.1740, the flared bowl cut with multiple vertical facets with a horizontal diamond design, raised on a multiple knopped stem, 19.5cm. £100-200 126. A tall wine or cordial glass, mid 18th century, the funnel bowl raised on a plain stem above a folded foot, 16cm.
127. A large Russian glass from the Country (Prigorodnyi) Service, after 1823, made at the Imperial Glassworks in St Petersburg, designed by Ivan Alekseevich and cut with a spiralling band of leaves between diamond bands with geometric motifs, raised on a faceted stem and starcut foot, 14cm. £600-800 Cf. Karen Kettering, Russian Glass at Hillwood, which discusses the champagne flutes from the service, now housed at Hillwood Museum. The service was the first in lead glass to be made at the Glassworks and the intricate pattern was designed to sparkle in candlelight. 128. A glass candlestick, 19th century, the sconce with a wide drip pan, raised on a Silesian stem above a domed foot, 21.5cm.
129. A good claret jug and stopper, 19th century, cut with three neck rings above a body of rounded vertical ribs, the globular stopper with a similar design, 27.5cm. (2) £250-350 130. A large Union glass, engraved with panels of rose, thistle and shamrock with grapevine motifs between, raised on a baluster stem, 19.3cm. £100-200
131. An impressive pair of Beykoz (Ottoman Turkey) clear glass ewers and stoppers, 19th century, the pear-shaped bodies cut and gilded around a circular panel with an Arabic inscription, each raised on a low circular foot, the gently curving spouts gilded to the ends, 47cm. (4) ÂŁ2,000-3,000
132. Two Herculaneum blue and white transferware meat dishes, 19th century, each with a well at one end, printed with views from the Indian Series of the Mausoleum of Nawaub Assoph Kahan at Rajemahel, and a view in the Fort Madura, 47cm max. (2) £100-200
133. A large Herculaneum blue and white transferware meat dish, early 19th century, from the Indian series, printed with a scene of the Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad, the dish moulded with draining channels, 55.5cm. £150-200
134. A Herculaneum blue and white transferware tureen with cover and stand, 19th century, from the Indian series, printed with a view of the Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz, near Allahabad, 38cm. (3) £100-200
135. Six Herculaneum blue and white transferware soup plates, 19th century, from the Indian series, printed with a view in the Fort Madura within wide floral borders, impressed marks, 25cm. (6) £150-200
136. Eight various Herculaneum blue and white transferware plates, 19th century, from the Indian series, printed with Mausoleum views, 25cm max. (8) £100-150
137. Six Herculaneum blue and white transferware plates, 19th century, from the Indian series, printed with a view of the Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad, 25cm. (6) £120-180
138. Fourteen various Herculaneum blue and white transferware plates and dishes, 19th century, all printed with views of the Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz near Allahabad. Comprising: two 28cm and two 25.5cm rectangular dishes, four 19cm plates and six 16.5cm plates. (12) £100-200
139. Three Herculaneum blue and white transferware chargers or meat dishes, early 19th century, from the Indian Series, printed with a view of the Mausoleum of Nawaub Assoph Kahan at Rajemahel, impressed marks, 50cm max. (3) £100-200
140. Eight Spode blue and white transferware dishes, 19th century, variously decorated with figures before ruins, in riverside landscapes, and with Chinese scrolls and other objects, some with impressed marks. Comprising: an oblong charger, three soup plates, three different plates in two sizes, and a sauce tureen stand. (8) £100-200
141. A pair of blue and white pearlware meat dishes, 19th century, printed with figures and boats within an extensive pagoda landscape, 42.6cm. (2) £50-150
142. Sixteen lustre jugs, 19th century and later, variously decorated with flowers, birds, fruit and landscapes, in copper, pink and silver lustre, 18.5cm max. (16) £200-300
143. Three two-handled vases, 19th century, one stone china, probably Spode, with a cover and decorated in a Japan pattern, another decorated with a pink peony on a blue ground with green foliage, one porcelain with floral sprigs on a mustard yellow ground, and a pair of Mason’s Ironstone soup plates decorated with an Imari pattern, 30.5cm max. (6) £100-200
144. Fourteen Gaudy Welsh pottery plates, 19th century, decorated with a floral design in shades of red, blue and green within a black flowerhead border, and four other Gaudy Welsh plates with a red floral design within green leaf borders, 25cm max. (18) £150-250
145. Three pearlware moulded lustre jugs, 1st half 19th century, one with putti playing with a goat, one with dogs beneath trees, the last with vertical stiff leaves beneath a wide floral band, all picked out in polychrome enamels and pink lustre, 13cm. (3) £150-250
146. A small collection of creamware and pearlware, late 18th/19th century, including a Wedgwood basket and stand, two other creamware basket stands, a stone china sauce tureen with cover and stand, and three shaped creamware dishes with a brown leaf design, 26cm max. (10) £150-250
147. Four Sunderland pearlware lustre jugs, 1st half 19th century, two decorated in pink lustre with a stylized floral design, one printed in black with landscape scenes between pink bands, the last in silver with birds, 12cm max. (4) £100-200
148. A pair of drabware dessert dishes, early 19th century, of shellshape form, each painted with a bird in grey monochrome against an orange landscape scene, pattern number 235, 20.5cm. (2) £150-250
149. A pair of Wedgwood creamware plates, c.1790, decorated with Etruscan figures to the well, the rims with a border of palmettes in burnt orange and black, impressed marks, 22cm. (2) £180-250 Cf. Reilly, Wedgwood I, fig. C57 for a similar example.
150. Two pearlware children’s or nursery plates, 1st half 19th century, each decorated with a short verse within printed and coloured borders, one moulded with flowers, the other with birds and butterflies, 16.5cm. (2) £100-200
151. A pair of Davenport creamware leaf dishes, early 19th century, each formed as a large vine leaf and coloured in shades of green and yellow, impressed anchor marks, 20cm. (2) £50-100
152. Four pottery mugs, 1st half 19th century, one of Crimean interest, inscribed ‘Wm Muncaster, B. Nov 9th 1854’, with pink lustre detailing, a Sunderland lustre Oddfellows mug with a frog to the interior, a creamware frog mug with a six line stanza, and a child’s drabware mug titled ‘Remember Thy Creator’, 12.3cm max. (4) £300-400
153. A pearlware part coffee service, c.1800, decorated with ribbed bands reserved on a blue ground, the rims with a chequered design, the jug applied with Classical figures and putti. Comprising: a milk jug, a sugar bowl, two coffee cans and two saucers. (6) £200-300
154. A satirical creamware mug printed with a version of the ‘Wonderful Mill’, 19th century, showing old women ascending the ladder to the grinding mechanism and emerging the other side as young ladies, a four line stanza beneath, 12.4cm. £50-150
155. A small pearlware puzzle jug, 19th century, boldly painted with flowers around the monogram ‘RFC’, the neck with three serpent head spouts between bands of piercing, 12.5cm. £300-500
156. A rare Swansea creamware calendar mug, dated 1820, printed in red with the days of each month arranged in vertical columns, Sundays represented by a circle denoting the sun, a simple foliate spray to the handle, 11.5cm. £250-350
157. A Jackfield cream jug, c.1760, moulded with fruiting vine and raised on three paw feet, decorated in a rich black glaze, 8cm. £120-150
158. An unusual creamware pipe, late 18th/early 19th century, modelled with a horse galloping from the bowl along the straight stem, decorated in a mottled manganese glaze with blue stripes, the stem impressed ‘I K Free’, 14cm. £120-180
159. A Robert Garner pearlware ‘Fair Hebe’ jug, c.1788, after the design by John Voyez, one side moulded with three figures and a dog encircling the jug, one side titled ‘Fair Hebe’ the reverse ‘A Bumper, a bumper’, the initials ‘RG’ impressed into the bottle on one side, the reverse inscribed ‘D Voin ‘78’, enamelled in shades of blue, grey and green, 20cm. £150-250 Cf. R K Henrywood, An Illustrated Guide to British Jugs, p.231 for similar examples.
160. A creamware teapot and cover, late 18th century, decorated in red and black with bold stylized floral designs, the spout and handle modelled as gnarled branches, 19.5cm. (2) £200-300
161. A creamware farming mug, early 19th century, painted with various farming implements including a sickle, rake, pitchfork and corn stook, titled ‘God speed the Plough’, 12cm. £100-200
162. A good creamware sauceboat, late 18th century, perhaps Leeds Pottery, of moulded shell shape with a strap handle, 21cm. £80-120
163. A Neale creamware sucrier and cover, c.1785, printed in black with a panel of Minerva surrounded by emblems of Wisdom and Industry, titled ‘Let Wisdom Unite Us’, the reverse with birds, and a fluted pearlware coffee pot and cover painted with rose garlands, 27cm max. (4) £200-300
164. A Pratt ware spirit barrel, c.1800, with a central opening, a simple husk garland encircling the body between ribbed umber bands, 21.2cm. £150-250
165. Two pearlware moulded jugs, 1st half 19th century, one moulded and coloured with a promenading couple, the other with drinkers between garlands of hops and grapevine, 21cm max. (2) £100-200
166. A large Mochaware jug, 19th century, decorated with a band of seaweed tendrils in blue and brown, between white, brown and buff bands, 23cm high. £200-300
167. Three pieces of Wedgwood creamware, late 18th/early 19th century, including a tea canister printed in black with a tea party scene, the reverse with two sets of initials within a foliate cartouche, a teapot printed with peacocks, and a slatted basket, impressed marks, 22.5cm max. (3) £120-180
168. A Wedgwood pearlware sauce tureen with cover and stand, late 18th century, of circular form with two handles, the cover surmounted by an acorn finial, impressed marks, 20.7cm across. (3) £50-150
169. A Wedgwood pearlware twohandled cup and stand, 1st half 19th century, richly decorated with a concertina fold band painted with sepia foliate sprays with gilt and peach highlights on a black ground, impressed marks, 16cm across. (2) £60-100
170. A Wedgwood creamware basket and stand, 19th century, the slatted sides with red and black enamel highlights, and a Jasperware teapot and cover applied with Classical figures in black on a buff ground, 27.5cm. (4) £150-250
171. A large pearlware two-handled frog mug, 1st half 19th century, the exterior moulded with dogs and game, a large amphibian to the interior, and a small Bacchus mask jug decorated in Pratt type colours, also with a yellow frog inside, 14cm high max. (2) £150-250
172. A massive Leeds Pottery creamware circular charger, 19th century, impressed mark, and a large creamware circular tureen and cover, the cover with an elaborate finial issuing from applied leaves, 45cm. (3) £200-300 173. Two large Sunderland lustre jugs, 1st half 19th century, the larger inscribed for John Perryman 1835 above a view of Sunderland Bridge, a vignette of Masonic emblems beneath the spout, the smaller with similar Masonic emblems and the Sailor’s Farewell, 30cm max. (2) £200-300 174. A creamware basket and stand, late 18th/early 19th century, with pierced strapwork sides, decorated in Pratt type enamels with a stylized foliate border, 26.7cm. (2) £150-250
178. A David Lockhart & Co pearlware three-tiered moneybox, c.1870, each circular section decorated with a large bird and pierced with a horizontal slit, printed mark, 35.5cm. £200-300
175. A creamware shaped botanical dish, 1st half 19th century, well painted with a floral specimen of spiderwort, titled in red with ‘St Bruno’s Lily, 6’ to the reverse, brown line rim, 22cm. £150-250 176. A Pratt ware model of a clock, dated 1794, decorated with simple ochre stars and blue highlights, the date impressed above the clock face, 22.5cm. £350-450 Cf. John and Griselda Lewis, Pratt Ware, p.243 for an identical example. 177. A Herculaneum pearlware jug, early 19th century, moulded with scenes of carousing drinkers and decorated in Pratt colours, impressed mark, 19cm. £100-200
179. Three Mochaware mugs or cups, 1st half 19th century, decorated with worm-like designs of marbled colour on a blue or green ground, two with yellow bodies, 10.5cm max. (3) £200-300
180. A large Mochaware bowl, early 19th century, decorated with two bands of a worm-like pattern of cream and brown striations reserved on a grey and dark brown ground, 25.5cm dia. £150-250
181. Two pearlware moulded Admiral Nelson jugs, 19th century, moulded with the famed naval officer to one side, the reverse of the larger with Captain Hardy, the smaller with Captain Berry, each in Pratt type colours, 16cm max. (2) £250-350
182. Three pearlware jugs, 1st half 19th century, one moulded with the Loyal Volunteers, one Pratt ware with scenes from the Gretna Green marriage, the last a Miser jug in Pratt type colours, 15cm max. (3) £250-350
183. Three Wedgwood creamware plates, c.1780, printed by Sadler and Green of Liverpool with exotic birds perched among and beneath leafy branches, the shaped rims with further vignettes of birds, 23.7cm. (3) £150-200
184. Six Davenport creamware plates, c.1810, the wells with the monogram GJV in sepia within bright enamel floral borders, impressed marks, 25cm. (6) £150-250
185. A Shorthose and Heath pearlware part tea service, early 19th century, of Pratt type, printed and coloured with a farmer and cow within wide floral borders. Comprising: a teapot and cover, a sugar box and cover, a milk jug, a slop bowl, five teabowls and five saucers. (16) £150-200
186. Three English creamware bin labels, 19th century, two Wedgwood and titled ‘Madeira’ and ‘Port’, the third Minton titled ‘Sherry’, all of coathanger form, impressed marks, 14cm. (3) £200-300
187. A collection of miniature creamware items, late 18th century, all decorated in a Whieldon type glaze, 7.3cm max. Comprising: a chocolate pot and cover, a teapot and cover, two tazzae, four teabowls and four saucers. (14) £500-800 Paper label for DM & P Manheim
188. A pair of pearlware armorial plates, c.1800, the well decorated with a bird within a black star on a shield with a bird crest above and the motto ‘Patience’ beneath, and a creamware armorial plate with a central shield of a lion beneath a crowing cockerel crest, 24.5cm. (3) £200-300
190. An oval print of a female pottery decorator, early 19th century, perhaps Bartolozzi, seated beside an open window with a kiln chimney beyond, painting teapots on a bench, in a giltwood frame, inscribed ‘Staffordshire Girls for ever’ in pen to the reverse, 30.5cm overall. £50-150
189. Three creamware baskets, late 18th century, two with open strapwork sides and twisted handles, the last with sharply sloping sides elaborately pierced with a stylized floral design, 26.5cm max. (3) £120-180
191. A creamware teapot and cover, c.1790, the globular body painted with naive sprays of flowers including heartsease and rose, the double strap handle issuing from applied leaves, 18.5cm. (2) £200-300
192. A Wedgwood dry-bodied teapot and cover, 19th century, richly moulded with continuous scrolling foliate designs, the cover with a recumbent dog finial, impressed mark, and a pair of creamware candlesticks modelled as fluted columns, 19cm max. (4) £100-200
193. Two large salt-glazed stoneware platters, 19th century, one octagonal and moulded with flower sprays to the rim, the other shaped and with moulded panels, 38cm max. (2) £100-200
194. A Wedgwood Jasperware campana vase and cover, 1st half 19th century, applied with a frieze of Classical figures between trees, between acanthus leaf borders on a deep blue ground, impressed mark, 33cm. (2) £100-200
195. A Samuel Alcock Parian moulded jug of naval interest, c.1845, decorated in white relief on a lilac ground with Sir William Sidney Smith (later Admiral) defending the breach at Acre, printed Royal Arms mark, and a green moulded Bacchanalian jug with carousing putti, 23cm max. (2) £150-250
196. A Mochaware pint mug, 1st half 19th century, decorated with seaweed fronds, applied with a circular banner titled ‘One Pint’, and a Wedgwood black basalt inkwell and cover with inner liner, sprigged with Classical and mythical scenes, 12.5cm max. (4) £150-250
197. A Minton Jasperware câchepot and stand, 19th century, the square-section body applied with sprays of Oriental flowers including prunus and orchid, in white on a deep blue ground, applied pad mark, 19.5cm overall. (2) £100-200
198. A pair of Turner & Co Jasperware vases, c.1800, finely applied with scenes of putti and Classical figures between acanthus leaf and key fret borders, impressed Turner marks, and a Jasperware teapot and cover with similar decoration on a black ground, the spout and handle with black applications on white, 14cm. (4) £60-100
199. A Staffordshire red stoneware coffee pot and cover, mid 18th century, applied with scrolling floral tendrils of Tudor roses, the spout and handle modelled as gnarled sticks, 17.5cm. (2) £80-120
200. A Keys & Mountford Parian ‘Boy and Eagle’ jug, mid 19th century, the sides of the jug moulded as a rocky mountainside with two boys clambering to reach eagles’ nests as their occupants defend their young, impressed mark, 24.5cm. £50-150
201. A black basalt hot water jug and cover, c.1800-20, the flattened body decorated with chinoiserie figures to one side, two children to the other, the cover with a swan finial, 19cm. (2) £50-150
Cf. Peter Walton, Creamware and other English Pottery at Temple Newsam House Leeds, no. 210 for a similar coffee pot attributed to Thomas Whieldon and Josiah Wedgwood.
202. A black basalt part tea service commemorating the Battle of Vitoria, dated 1813, each piece inscribed ‘India Portugal Spain Vittoria 21st June 1813’, the reverses applied with a bust of Wellington being crowned by Britannia, the spouts modelled as mythical beasts. Comprising: a teapot and cover, a sugar bowl and cover, and a milk jug. (5) £300-500
203. A pair of Wedgwood Jasperware câchepots and stands, 19th century, applied with Classical maidens with musical instruments beneath fruiting grapevine garlands, impressed marks, 14.5cm. (4) £100-200
204. An English commemorative dry-bodied stoneware jug, c.1820, applied in high relief with a profile portrait of Queen Caroline between oakleaf and laurel garlands, beneath the spout with the three flowers of the Union, 18cm. £100-200
205. A Wedgwood Jasperware cabinet plate, 19th century, applied with a central vignette of a Classical maiden in a racing carriage drawn by two horses, within flower garlands suspended from rams’ heads, the rim with a stiff floral design, impressed mark, framed and glazed, the plate 21cm. £150-250
206. A Neale & Co black basalt coffee pot and cover, late 18th century, the pear-shaped body with turned bands, the cover surmounted with a sibyl, and a basalt milk jug, glazed to the interior, with a stylized floral band to the shoulder, 28.5cm max. (3) £200-300
207. A Sussex Pottery moneybox, dated August 1904, the cylindrical body surmounted with the head of a dove or pigeon holding a coin in his beak, applied with a shield-shaped plaque titled ‘E. Vidler August 1904’, decorated with a mottled cream and brown glaze, 17.5cm. £350-450 208. A Donyatt puzzle jug, dated 1865, with sgraffito decoration of a man smoking a pipe and a bird perched on a branch, incised ‘John Hake 1865’, the whole decorated in a mottled green and yellow glaze, 17cm. £300-500 209. A large Sussex Pottery encaustic ware vase, 19th century, decorated with a continuous band of figures on horseback between concentric cream bands and laurel wreath motifs, 35cm. £300-500 210. An unusual slipware pottery three-tiered moneybox, 19th century, with a gnarled texture, highlighted in yellow slip, each rounded section pierced with a vertical slit, 33cm. £200-300 211. A Sussex pottery treacle-glazed puzzle jug, 19th century, sprigged with scenes of carousing putti, the neck pierced with a pattern of shaped holes, four hollow spouts standing proud of the circular rim, 26cm. £150-200
212. A Verwood pottery costrel or owl jar, 19th century, the squat globular body with a sandy glaze to the neck and shoulder, 17cm high. £80-120 213. A pottery puzzle jug, dated 1824, decorated with a three-line verse, the neck pierced with three bands of squares, and a twohandled slipware mug, inscribed ‘1738’ and decorated with tulips, 17cm max. (2) £120-180 214. A Verwood pottery costrel or owl jar, 19th century, the globular body with two flattened and pierced handles to the shoulder, 17cm high. £60-100 215. A Westerwald stoneware jug and a brown stoneware jug, 19th century, the first decorated with a blue floral motif, the latter with an impressed stylized border, and a small Umbrian square tile, painted with a stylized fruit, 28cm max. (3) £100-200 216. A large Dicker Ware (Sussex) pottery mortar, 2nd half 19th century, the flared bucketshape body moulded with three shallow ribs, impressed mark, 27cm high. £100-150 217. Seven medieval encaustic floor tiles, c.13th-15th century, variously decorated in yellow and white slip with geometric and floral designs, one moulded with a fleur de lys and glazed in green, 14.5cm max. (7) £300-500 Provenance: one with a paper label for the Beulah Collection, no. 209 and reputedly from Dunstable Priory. 218. Four medieval encaustic tiles, c.13th/14th century, three decorated in yellow slip, one with a figure on a galloping horse, one with a shield, the other with a stylized geometric design, the fourth tile in white and black with a chequered shield, 13.8cm max. (4) £400-600 By repute, one from Combermere Abbey in Cheshire, one from Dunstable Priory.
219. A rare medieval encaustic floor tile, c.14th century, decorated with a large bell between a key and a sword, in yellow slip on a dark brown ground, 11.5cm. ÂŁ600-1,000 Paper label for Jonathan Horne.
220. A medieval encaustic floor tile, c.13th/14th century, decorated on the diagonal with the head of a grinning gargoyle or devil above the smaller head of a leopard, 10.5cm. ÂŁ200-300 Paper label for Jonathan Horne.
221. A large medieval encaustic floor tile, c.13th century, decorated in yellow slip with two birds symmetrically arranged against a scrolling motif, 14cm. ÂŁ300-500 By repute, from Byland Abbey, Yorkshire.
222. Two London delftware tiles, c.1720, painted in manganese, one with two figures conversing beneath a tree beside a figure fishing, the other with a standing figure, perhaps Lot’s wife, with head turned back towards buildings behind, 12.5cm. (2) £100-200
223. A Spanish (Catalan) tile, 18th century, painted with a potter at a wheel, wearing a black peaked cap, 13.5cm. £100-200
224. Three London delftware tiles, mid 18th century, painted in blue with Biblical scenes, one with Moses and the serpent, one of Jacob giving Joseph his coat, 12.5cm. (3) £100-200
225. Five Liverpool delftware tiles, mid 18th century, painted in manganese with octagonal panels of a windmill and other buildings beside the water, 12.8cm. (5) £150-250
226. Five English delftware tiles, 18th century, three painted with octagonal panels containing a figure, reserved on a sponged manganese ground, two with genteel figures in a manganese landscape, 13.5cm. (5) £120-180
227. Twelve delftware tiles, 18th century, painted in blue with Biblical, harbour and landscape scenes, within circular panels, each corner with a foliate motif, 13cm. (12) £200-300
228. Ten Dutch Delft tiles, 18th century, painted in blue with soldiers in various poses, fleur de lys motifs to each corner, 13cm. (10) £150-250
229. A pair of delftware plates, 18th century, painted in blue with vases of Oriental flowers, and another delftware plate painted with a Long Eliza holding an umbrella, after a design by Cornelius Pronk, 22.5cm. (3) £100-150
230. Two English delftware plates, 18th century, one Liverpool painted with an Island pattern, one Bristol with a stylized flower roundel, and a Continental faïence plate with a stylized floral design in polychrome enamels, 23cm. (3) £100-200
231. A Bristol delftware plate, c.1740, the well painted with a stylized vase in blue and black within a blue scalloped border, and a Dutch Delft plate painted with a peacock, 23cm max. (2) £100-200
232. Four Lambeth delftware blue and white plates, mid 18th century, each painted with an Oriental garden scene of a fence beneath peony and willow, with the initials H R, the rim with a chequered band, 23cm. (4) £150-250
233. Three English delftware plates, 18th century, one octagonal and painted with birds in flight above a figure in a pagoda, one with a Chinese figure in a garden, the other with two figures in a punt, 23.5cm max. (3) £100-200
234. Two Delft dishes, 18th century, one lobed and painted with a seated Chinaman, the other with a bird perched on the rim of a vase amidst other vessels, 34cm max. (2) £200-300
235. A large Dublin delftware plate, mid 18th century, painted with chrysanthemum and bamboo issuing from holey rockwork, the rim with four flower sprays, painted 10 to the underside, 31cm. £100-200
236. A pair of Delft small flared vases, early 19th century, painted in blue with panels of Oriental flowers, 19.5cm. (2) £100-200
237. A large Dutch Delft lobed dish, late 17th/early 18th century, decorated in manganese and yellow with a central seated Chinese figure, the rim with further seated figures in garden settings, 34.5cm. £200-300
238. A delftware charger, 2nd half 18th century, decorated in red, blue and green with a dense and stylized floral design, together with a wood stand, 34.5cm dia. (2) £100-200
239. A Dutch Delft two-handled pot, 18th century, the cylindrical body painted with flower sprigs, and a Delft helmet-shaped jug painted with Oriental flowers and foliage issuing from holey rockwork, 21cm max. (2) £100-200
240. A delftware biblical charger, 18th century, the well painted with the Flagellation of Christ, the rim with four sprays of Oriental flowers, 35.5cm. £250-350
241. A rare Brislington delftware charger, c.1670, decorated in blue with a seated Chinese figure among stylized rockwork, the rim with two vignettes of the same scene, 33cm. £400-600
242. A Dutch Delft tea canister, 18th century, of chamfered rectangular form, painted in polychrome enamels with a bird perched on holey rockwork, 10cm. £300-500
243. A London delftware plate, mid 18th century, painted in a palette of red, yellow, green and blue with a seated Chinaman in a landscape scene, the border with a floral garland, 22.5cm. £200-300 Cf. Michael Archer, Delftware, p.235, colour plate 160 for a similar example made in Lambeth.
244. A large Delft baluster vase and cover, 18th century, well painted with panels of flowers in polychrome enamels, the neck with red diaper bands and a stiff leaf design, 48cm. (2) £350-450
245. A Delft jug, c.1680, painted with Chinese figures in garden settings, the handle with blue scroll and dash motifs, 20cm. £250-350
246. A Liverpool delftware puzzle jug, c.1760, painted in blue with a typical four line stanza between stylized Oriental flower sprays, the tall neck pierced with an elaborate design highlighted with blue dashes, the hollow neckrim with three drinking apertures, 16cm. £450-600
247. A large English delftware vase, c.1680, probably Brislington, painted in the Chinese manner with figures seated beneath willow and pine, one warming his hands over a brazier, between wide floral and diaper bands, 31.5cm. £400-600
248 248. An English delftware posset pot and cover, c.1740, painted in blue with flowering branches, the curved spout and wide strap handles with blue dashes, 29cm across. (2) £650-850
250 249. A matched pair of English delftware plates, c.1760-70, painted in polychrome enamels with Oriental flowers issuing from stylized rockwork, the rims with further floral motifs, 23cm. (2) £150-250
250. Two delftware plates, 18th century, one painted in blue with two birds perched in prunus branches above holey rockwork, the other probably London, with a single bird perched on a circular border within stylized flowers, 23cm max. (2) £200-300
251. A Liverpool delftware flower brick, c.1760, of rectangular form, painted in blue with Oriental flowers issuing from holey rockwork, the top pierced with three lines of small holes around a large central aperture, 16cm across. £300-500
252. A rare English delftware ointment pot, c.1775, of small cylindrical form, painted in manganese with ‘The Queen’s Dentifrice’, 4.8cm. £800-1,200 Cf. R J Houghton & M R Priestley, Historical Guide to Delftware and Victorian Ointment Points, p.29, which details Joseph Hemet’s patent of Essence of Pearl Dentifrice to Queen Caroline.
254 253. A Dublin delftware plate, mid 18th century, painted in blue with the Broken Scroll pattern, after Bow porcelain, foliate sprays and numeral 16 to the underside, 22cm. £100-200 Cf. Peter Francis, Irish Delftware, pl.12 and pp.105-106 for a discussion on the influence of Bow porcelain on Dublin delftware. See also lot 616 for the earlier Bow counterpart.
255 254. A delftware plate, mid 18th century, probably Bristol, brightly painted with a small building with a yellow roof beneath a willow tree, within a manganese rim, 23.7cm. £100-200
255. A Liverpool delftware apothecary or pill slab, 2nd half 18th century, of octagonal form, painted in blue with the arms of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, the motto ‘Opiferque Per Orbem Dicor’ picked out in manganese, the top pierced with two suspension holes, 27cm. £2,500-3,000 Cf. Jonathan Horne, 2002, Catalogue No. 02/11 for a similar example.
256. A Moustiers-type faïence plate, probably 19th century, painted in the Olerys manner with a vignette of Classical figures within an elaborate cartouche, the rim with flower garlands, OL monogram to the reverse, 26.5cm. £50-150
257. Two German faïence coffee pots and covers, c.1780, one painted with a stag leaping through trees, in yellow and black enamels on a blue ground, the other with flowers in a palette of green, blue and yellow, fruit finials to the domed covers, 24cm. (4) £100-150
258. A Porquier-Beau Quimper plate, late 19th century, painted with a Breton figure riding side-saddle on a horse with a small child, the rim with an elaborate foliate scroll border and a shield, titled ‘Penmarch’ to the reverse, PB monogram in blue, 23.6cm. £150-250
259. A small Italian maiolica jug, 17th century, painted with a large polychrome flower spray and smaller sprigs, raised on a circular foot, 12cm. £100-200
260. A Quimper pottery snuff bottle, 19th century, modelled as a book, the sign inscribed ‘Amitié’, the front painted with a cockerel, the reverse with a Breton villager, 7.5cm. £60-100
261. A Continental Majolica wall pocket, 19th century, modelled as a young merboy clutching the side of a gnarled shell, a surprised fish to the other side, 32cm. £100-150
262. A rare Nevers faïence portrait plate, early 19th century, painted with a central portrait of the Turkish ruler Selim III, the shaped rim with concentric bands of coloured enamels, 23cm. £200-300
263. A large Palissy-style dish, 19th century, modelled in high relief with three fish laid on a bed of mossy seaweed and bisected by two eels, two water bugs crawling around the rim, 30.5cm. £100-200
264. A Swiss or Southern German slipware dish, inscribed 1795, painted with a bonneted figure to the well, a long German inscription to the rim, 29.5cm. £200-300
Selim III ruled the Ottoman Empire from 1789-1807 and had a distinctly pro-European bias, being particularly interested in the military power of France. After the 1802 Peace of Amiens, this bias was exploited by Napoleon, who believed he could benefit from close relations with the Ottoman ruler.
265. A Cantagalli maiolica centrepiece, early 20th century, a central vase surrounded by three smaller, entwined with serpents, raised on the backs of three harpies, blue cockerel mark, 38cm. £200-300
266. An Italian maiolica albarello, probably 18th century, decorated in the Caltagirone manner with the profile portrait of a man reserved on a ground of bold floral scrolls, 25cm. £100-200
268. A set of four large Italian maiolica chargers, 19th century, each painted with scenes of putti depicting one of the four elements, titled on scroll banners ‘Il Fuoco’, ‘L’acqua’, ‘La Terra’ and ‘L’aria’, 43.5cm. (4) £150-250
270. A Continental oval faïence tureen and cover, 18th century, with a moulded body and fruit knop, painted in pink with vignettes of stylized buildings, unmarked, 38.5cm. (2) £150-250
267. A Doccia maiolica jug, late 19th century, the inverted pear-shaped body painted with fauns and other mythical creatures, the spout issuing from the head of a grotesque bearded face, with shaped overhead handle, blue crowned Ginori mark, 29cm. £200-300
269. Four Italian maiolica plates, 19th century, painted in the Castelli manner, two with equestrian figures, one with Bacchus and two putti, the last with a figure with turkeys and dogs, 23cm. (4) £150-250
271. A Sicilian maiolica bombola, 19th century or earlier, painted with the profile portrait of a man wearing a floral diadem, amidst green and ochre foliate scrolls reserved on a blue ground, 29cm. £200-300
272. A large Palissy-type oval dish, 19th century, applied with fish, frogs, newts and other aquatic life, 51.5cm. £100-200
273. Four tin-glazed pottery plates, 18th century, including a large French faïence dish painted with flowers, a smaller North Italian dish painted in the Chinese famille verte manner, and two Dutch Delft plates, together with a small Delft vase painted with a bird and flowers, 33cm max. (5) £200-300
274. Five Majolica jugs, 19th century, variously moulded with birds and plants, and a Brannam stoneware flared vase dated 1885, 17.5cm max. (6) £100-200 275. Three Moustiers type faïence plates, probably 19th century, two decorated in green with grotesque characters, the third in ochre with a mythical bird, all within floral borders, all with letter marks, 24.5cm. (3) £200-300
276. A Continental faïence dish, 19th century, of narrow oval form, painted in blue with a faun and Pan beside a robed figure seated on rocks, with buildings behind, painted mark to the reverse, 56.8cm. £80-120 277. A Della Robbia style semi-circular plaque, 19th/early 20th century, moulded in high relief with the Annunciation, within a border of cherub heads and fruiting garlands, 50cm across. £100-200
278. A Majolica teapot and cover, 19th century, decorated with cranes in the Aesthetic manner, a biscuit porcelain teapot moulded with birds and bamboo, and a Staffordshire porcelain model of a sheep, lamped, 25cm max. (4) £60-100 279. A large Majolica fern and bamboo planter, c.1879, of oval form with elephant head handles, raised on four shaped feet, impressed registration diamond, 43cm across. £120-180
280. Two Minton Majolica oyster dishes, date codes for 1868 and 1869, each modelled with six compartments around a central well, impressed marks, 23cm. (2) £200-300
281. Two Middle Eastern pottery vases, probably 19th century, one decorated in the Iznik manner with stiff carnation and other flower designs, the other with a seated rabbit amidst tall flowers on a turquoise ground, 28cm max. (2) £120-180
282. A Staffordshire pottery cheese bell and stand, 19th century, moulded with mice scurrying among ears of corn, the top surmounted by a stalking cat, indistinct registration diamond, 28cm. (2) £150-200
283. Four Continental Majolica jugs, 19th century, two modelled as fish with gaping mouths, one modelled as a chained monkey wearing a blue cap, the third as an owl, 28cm max. (4) £200-300
284. A George Jones Majolica sardine dish with cover and stand, c.1860, the rectangular body moulded with a stiff leaf band reserved on a turquoise ground, the cover arranged with three fish on a seaweed base, the interior glazed in lilac, applied pad work to the base of the stand, 21.7cm. (3) £250-350
285. A Majolica model of a donkey, 19th century, carrying two large pannier baskets, serving as vases, standing on an oval base, his head bowed to chew some leaves, 24.7cm. £150-250
286. A Minton Majolica sweetmeat stand, date code for 1843, with three generous compartments glazed in turquoise, impressed marks, 27cm. £100-200
288. Two chicken boxes and covers, 19th century, each modelled with a hen nesting on a basket base, 19cm across. (4) £100-200
289. A Cantagalli maiolica tureen and cover, 19th century, modelled as a seated mallard duck with bright plumage, the interior glazed blue, black cockerel and 7 mark, 31cm. (2) £200-300
Cf. Robert Cluett, George Jones Ceramics, p.63 for similar dishes in three colourways.
287. A large Continental pottery model of a Buddhist lion dog, 19th century, glazed in the sancai manner with striations of green, yellow and brown, his right forepaw resting on a large brocade ball, 28.5cm. £100-150
290. A Staffordshire figure group of Abraham and Isaac, c.1800, the father’s hand poised to sacrifice his offspring, raised on a tall base with elaborate scroll motifs, 28.5cm. £150-250
291. A creamware bust of Minerva, c.1800, probably Ralph Wood, her head turned to dexter, wearing a plumed helmet and draped with a green robe over one shoulder, raised on a waisted socle, impressed Minerva to the reverse, 32cm. £100-200 292
292. A large pair of Staffordshire models of Afghan hounds, 19th century, each with a child standing between its forepaws, the dogs’ coats decorated with red wheels of fire, raised on green oval bases, 31cm. (2) £400-600
293. A pair of Staffordshire models of smoking dogs, 19th century, each with a pipe held in its mouth, their textured coats decorated with red wheels of fire, raised on oval moulded bases, 21.5cm. (2) £500-800 293
294. An unusual pair of Yorkshire Pratt ware cow groups, c.1810-20, each stood four square with head turned, one with her tail flicked over her back, a recumbent calf between the feet of one, a panting dog below the other, each with flowering bocage behind, brightly decorated in a typical palette of ochre, blue, green and black, 17.5cm high. (2) £1,500-2,000
295. A Staffordshire pearlware model of a roe deer, c.1810, standing on a base applied with moss and flowers before small bocage, its head turned to dexter, 15cm. £150-250
296. Two creamware cow creamers and covers, early 19th century, each stood four square and with sponged decoration, one with a seated milkmaid, 16.5cm. (4) £250-350
297. A Staffordshire salt-glazed pottery group of a sheep and her lamb, 1st half 19th century, recumbent on a rocky base applied with flowers and leaves, 14cm across. £300-400
Paper labels for the C B Kidd Collection, nos. 520 and 599.
298. A Chanakkale (Turkey) pottery incense burner, 19th century, modelled as a dog seated on its haunches and with tongue protruding, decorated in a treacle glaze with white slip patches, its back pierced with holes, 19.5cm. ÂŁ600-800
299. A Staffordshire figure of Elijah, 19th century, seated with a crow on one shoulder, feeding another which perches to his left, raised on a chamfered square base, 23cm. £100-200 300. A pearlware toby jug, c.1790, typically modelled with a foaming jug of ale, a long clay pipe by his side, wearing a sponged blue frock coat and black tricorn hat, 25cm. £250-350 301. A Niderviller faïence figural group, c.1770-80, a boy standing beside a tree stump and playing bagpipes to his companion, who listens thoughtfully, 27.5cm. £50-100 Provenance: Sotheby’s, 15th June 1965, lot 41. 302. A Ralph Wood group of the Vicar and Moses, c.1782-90, the Vicar asleep and resting on his left hand while the Clerk seated below him preaches from an open book, the pulpit applied with angel heads and swags, 24cm. £300-500 303. A large Staffordshire figure of a Turk, 19th century, standing and wearing a long ermine-trimmed robe, 37.5cm.
304. A large Staffordshire model of a parrot, 19th century, perched on a tree stump with head turned to sinister, 35cm.
305. A Yorkshire Toby jug of Ordinary type, c.1830, wearing a distinctive green tartan coat, holding a jug and hexagonal cup, with a figurehead handle, the inside of hat’s brim sponged in brown and pink, 24.5cm. £150-250 Provenance: by repute from the S J Benwell Collection. 306. A Niderviller faïence figure of La Jardinière, c.1770, a young woman standing barefoot beside a tree stump on which rests a basket of flowers, 20.5cm. £100-200 Provenance: Sotheby’s, 15th June 1965, lot 72.
307. A Staffordshire pearlware Toby jug, c.1830-40, of Ordinary type, with rosy-cheeked compexion, the base sponged in red, the jug on his knee with a floral design and foaming with ale, 24.5cm. £200-300
308. Two Toby jugs, 19th century, one a Hearty Good Fellow with a long-stemmed pipe, the other seated with ankles crossed, a stopper in his hat, 28cm max. (3) £100-200
309. A Staffordshire pottery figure of The Sweep, 1st half 19th century, after the model by Paul-Louis Cyfflé, dressed in soot-stained clothing and warming his hands inside his coat, 17.5cm. £60-100
310. A massive Copeland Parian figure of ‘Penelophon The Beggar Maid’, c.1870, her arms crossed in front of her to preserve her modesty, inscribed ‘W Brodie RSA Sc. Edin. 1867’, impressed COPELAND, 68cm. £150-250 The marble version of this statue was exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1867.
311. Two pairs of Staffordshire porcelain spaniels, 19th century, seated with heads turned, their coats decorated with red wheels of fire, 18cm max. (4) £100-150
312. Four Staffordshire figure groups, early 19th century, including a Tithe Pig group, a Ralph Wood type figure of a shepherd, a figure of a mother with her child riding on the back of a large dog, and a group of a musician and his companion, 19cm max. (4) £250-350
313. A Royal Copenhagen biscuit porcelain figure of Mars, 19th century, blue wave mark, an early plaster bust of Tchaikovsky by Astrid Zydower, c.1958, probably from her Men of Letters series, signed to the reverse, and a small lustre bust of Nelson, 32.5cm max. (3) £200-300
314. Two pairs of Staffordshire spaniels, 19th century, seated with heads turned, decorated with splashes of copper lustre, the larger pair with one forepaw separate, the smaller with moulded 3 marks, and a single spaniel with black patches, 23cm max. (5) £150-250
315. A Staffordshire porcelain model of a St Bernard dog, 19th century, standing four square on a blue rectangular base, a small locked casket around his neck, his tongue protruding and tail erect, 14cm. £200-300
316. A rare Staffordshire figure of George IV, c.1825, standing and wearing a blue frock coat, holding a scroll in his left hand, 15.5cm. £400-600
318. A pair of Delft models of Buddhai Ho Shang, probably 19th century, each seated cross-legged, a begging bowl resting on one knee, a long pipe in the corner of each mouth, raised on square bases, highlighted in blue and manganese, 15.2cm. (2) £150-250
319. A Staffordshire pearlware cow creamer and cover, 19th century, printed in blue with an Oriental landscape scene, 17cm across. (2) £80-120
320. Two Quimper busts, late 19th/early 20th century, modelled as Breton peasants, he with a pipe between his teeth, she wearing a headscarf, raised on waisted square bases decorated with a coat of arms, R marks, 16cm. (2) £150-250
321. A matched pair of Staffordshire porcelain models of spaniels, 19th century, each seated with heads turned, their coats with red wheels of fire, 13.5cm. (2) £100-200
322. A Niderviller faïence figure group of the Music Lesson, c.1770-80, after Boucher, the couple seated on a rocky outcrop while she blows into his pipe and he does the fingering, 21cm. £80-120
323. A pair of Staffordshire figures of Age, early 19th century, modelled as an elderly gentleman and his companion, each leaning on a gnarled stick, titled to the square bases, 20cm. (2) £100-200
Cf. Pat Halfpenny, English Earthenware Figures 1740-1840, p.213 for the example in the Royal Pavilion Art Gallery & Museum, Brighton, HW68.
Provenance: Sotheby’s, 25th April 1978.
317. A Copeland & Garrett porcelain model of a spaniel, mid 19th century, recumbent on a blue cushion with gold tassels, its coat white with liver patches, impressed and printed marks, 19cm across. £300-400
324. A Parian bust of a Roman, 19th century, after the Classical, with head turned to sinister, raised on a low circular socle, 28cm. £100-150
325. A Copeland Parian figure of The Bride, c.1861, modelled by Raphaelle Monti for the Crystal Palace Art Union, a diaphanous veil clinging to the contours of her face and held in place by a floral diadem, incised and impressed marks, 37.5cm. £800-1,200 Cf. Richard Dennis, The Parian Phenomenon, fig. 586.
326. A Copeland Parian figure group titled Go to Sleep, c.1862, modelled by Joseph Durham, a young girl scolding a terrier resting in her lap, impressed marks, 45cm. £200-250
327. A large Parian model of a Wood Nymph, c.1867, modelled by Charles Birch, seated on a rocky stump with a deer and its fawn, impressed ‘C B Birch Sc. 1866’, 50cm. £200-300
This model was commissioned by F. Bennoch, Esq. and given as a prize for the Art Union of London in 1863, 1864 and 1865.
Cf. Richard Dennis, The Parian Phenomenon, fig. 850.
328. A Royal Worcester figure group ‘The Woodland Dance’, early 20th century, by Freda Doughty, of a young girl kneeling before a family of rabbits, a squirrel and a birds by her side, unmarked, 10cm. £100-150 329. A Royal Worcester miniature tea cup and saucer, date codes for 1954, painted with fruit including peaches, cherries and blackberries, and a matching bowl with similar decoration, signed Roberts probably for William Roberts, black printed marks, 8.6cm max. (3) £150-250 330. Two Royal Worcester pin trays, date codes for 1938, painted by William Roberts with peaches and grapes, the other by George Moseley with apples and blackberries, both signed, the latter with a serrated gilt edge, printed marks, 18.2cm max. £120-180 328
334. A Royal Worcester vase, date code for 1907, decorated with roses between applied stiff leaf bands, printed mark, 19.5cm. £80-120
331. A pair of Royal Worcester vases, date codes for 1937, of shape G923, painted by Kitty Blake with autumnal sprays of fruiting blackberry, signed ‘K Blake’, printed marks, 15.3cm. (2) £200-300 332. A tall Royal Worcester vase, date code for 1867, decorated with straggly chrysanthemum blooms, the handles and neck with small reticulated panels, printed and impressed marks, 41cm. £200-300 333. A tall Royal Worcester vase and associated cover, c.1920, of shape 2307, the globular body painted by William Ricketts with apples and blackberry sprays on the woodland floor, red cherries to the reverse, signed ‘Ricketts’, printed mark, date code obscured, raised on a tall tapering and faceted foot, 28.5cm. (2) £400-600
335. Six Royal Worcester coffee cups and saucers, date codes for 1926-29, painted with pink roses, some signed ‘M Hunt’ or ‘E Spilsbury’, the cups gilded to the interiors, 9.6cm. (12) £80-120
336. A Royal Worcester milk jug and a sugar bowl, date codes for 1928, painted by Edward Townsend and George Moseley with pears, grapes and blackberries, with rich gilding, both signed, printed marks, 10.5cm max. (2) £250-350
337. Two Royal Worcester flat-backed jugs, c.1891-92, printed and painted with nasturtium, geranium and other flowers, with butterflies and insects about, printed monograms for Edward Raby, printed marks, 21.5cm. (2) £150-250
338. Three Royal Worcester plates, date codes for 1913, 1930 and later, one decorated by Rushton with figures driving sheep before a Tudor cottage, the two smaller painted by John Smith and Walter Austin with fruit resting on the woodland floor, all signed, printed marks, 22cm max. (3) £150-250
339. A Royal Worcester silver-mounted plaque, date code for 1908, painted by William Ricketts with fruit and blossom on the woodland floor, with wide reticulated silver mount hallmarked for Sanders & MacKenzie, Birmingham 1912, 21cm overall. £250-350
340. A Royal Worcester vase and cover, c.1891, painted by Edward Raby with poppies and ears of corn, signed ER, a Royal Worcester ewer painted with cyclamen and fuchsia in the manner of Raby, and a vase painted with roses and a butterfly above an applied border, 15.5cm max. (4) £100-200
341. A set of eight Royal Worcester cabinet plates, 20th century, decorated with views of English castles and cathedrals including Arundel, Kenilworth, Oystermouth and Pembroke, signed, printed marks and date codes for the 1950s, 27.5cm. (8) £150-250
342. A large Royal Worcester two-handled vase and a smaller pair, c.1891-93, the larger of shape 1407, painted by Edward Raby with poppies, cornflowers and ears of corn, signed ER, the smaller pair of shape 1600, decorated in the Raby style with chrysanthemum, printed marks and date codes, 35cm max. (3) £400-600
343. Two pairs of Royal Worcester blush ivory cabinet plates, c.1891, decorated with loose flower sprays and buitterflies, by Edward Raby, ER monograms, printed marks, 22cm. (4) £100-200
344. A Royal Worcester cabinet fruit dish, date code for 1912, painted by Richard Sebright with pears and grapes among ivy on the woodland floor, signed ‘R. Sebright’, the rim with pink panels detailed in rich gilding on a deep blue ground, printed mark, 27cm. £300-500
345. A Royal Worcester small teapot and cover, date code for 1928, painted by Albert Shuck with pears and blackberries to one side, the reverse with an apple and cherries, signed ‘A Shuck’, the spout, handle and finial richly gilded, printed mark, 15.5cm. (2) £500-800
346. A Royal Worcester cabinet plate, date code for 1939, the well with a lotus-shaped panel; painted by James Stinton with a pair of pheasants in woodland, within a wide elaborate textured gilt rim of lotus panels and foliate motifs, gilt mark, titled ‘Specially made for Asprey’s’, 23.5cm. £200-300
347. A Royal Worcester cabinet fruit plate, date code for 1922, painted by Thomas Lockyer with plums and grapes resting on the woodland floor, signed ‘T Lockyer’, printed mark, 22cm. £150-250
348. Two Royal Worcester small vases, date codes for 1930 and 1932, the first painted by George Moseley with apples, grapes and blossom, the shoulders with raised moulded panels, the second painted by Harry Ayrton in a similar manner with peaches and blackberries, both signed, printed marks, 14.5cm max. (2) £300-500
349. A Royal Worcester coffee cup and saucer and a milk jug, date codes for 1927 and 1929, the cup and saucer painted by William Hale with apples, pears and blackberries, signed ‘W Hale’, the jug by Horace Price with similar fruit painting, signed ‘H H Price’, rich gilding to the interiors of the cup and jug, printed marks, 10cm max. (3) £250-350
350. A Royal Worcester vase, date code for 1922, of shape G42, painted by Raymond Rushton with a cottage garden landscape scene, signed ‘R Rushton’, raised on four scroll feet, the neck pierced and gilded, printed mark, 14.5cm. £300-500
351. A Royal Worcester coffee pot and cover, date codes for 1941, painted by Horace Price with apples and blackberry sprays, the reverse with an apple and cherries, the spout, handle and finial richly gilded, printed marks, 18cm high. (2) £500-800
352. A Royal Worcester pot pourri vase with inner and outer covers, date code for 1925, of shape 1314, painted by William Ricketts with peaches, a plum and elderberries, signed ‘Ricketts’, the pierced cover finely moulded and gilded, of the right shape but earlier, printed marks, 13.5cm. (3) £300-500
353. A Royal Worcester ewer, date code for 1907, of shape 1968, painted by Richard Sebright with a panel of peaches, grapes and blossom reserved within a gilt panel on a blue ground, signed ‘R Sebright’, the handle formed as two entwined serpents, 19.3cm. £400-600
354. Two Royal Worcester tazzae, date codes for 1886, one taller, both painted with birds in flight and perched upon golden grasses, on a buff glazed ground, printed marks, 26.8cm max. (2) £80-120
355. A cased Royal Crown Derby coffee set, date codes for 1982, decorated in pattern 1128 with a rich Imari design. Comprising: six coffee cans and six saucers in a blue case. (13) £100-200
356. A pair of Coalport armorial cabinet plates, 19th century, decorated with the crest and motto for the Sullivan family within a bold Imari panelled pattern, printed marks, 26.2cm. (2) £100-150
357. Two Spode pot pourri vases or pastille burners and covers, c.1820-30, the flared cylindrical bodies raised on four paw feet, the covers pierced with shaped holes, one painted in pattern 2418, the other with flowers similar to 711, and a Chamberlain’s Worcester small pastille burner, applied with white flowers and raised on dolphin supports, 13.5cm max. (6) £200-300
358. A pair of Derby Crown Porcelain vases and covers, c.1880, decorated with a dense pattern of raised gilt flowers on a rich yellow ground, iron red factory marks, 13cm. (4) £80-120
359. Three Royal Crown Derby menu cards, date codes for 1912, painted with pink roses and blue or turquoise ribbons, supported by three moulded flowers, red factory marks, 12cm. (3) £100-200
360. A Chamberlain’s Worcester armorial or anti-slavery soup plate, 19th century, the well painted with the head of a blackamoor within the Welsh motto Asgre Lan Diogel Ei Pherchen (A clear conscience is the best shield), within a claret border, impressed 2 mark, 26.5cm. £100-200
361. A good Chamberlain’s Worcester cabinet plate, mid 19th century, painted with a central floral arrangement within a wide raised gilt band, the rim with three panels on a deep blue ground, impressed mark, and an English porcelain plate with panels of fruit and flowers within elaborate gilt scrolls, painted pattern number 642, 25.5cm max. (2) £150-250
362. A Chamberlain’s Worcester armorial footed dish, c.1820, painted with an armorial crest and shield above the motto Audentior Ibo, with further panels of flowers reserved on an apple green ground, printed mark, 31.3cm. £100-200 Cf. Geoffrey A Godden, ChamberlainWorcester Porcelain, col. pl. XII for a plate from the same service.
363. Royal Crown Derby teawares, 20th century, richly decorated in the Imari palette in pattern 2451. Comprising: twelve shaped cups, three wide teacups, seven coffee cups and 36 saucers. (58) £300-500
364. A Spode part tea service, c.1815-20, richly decorated in pattern 868 with flowering Oriental foliage within panels of tied scrolls and artemesia leaves, gilt pattern numbers. Comprising: a milk jug, eleven tea cups and twelve saucers. (24) £140-200
365. An English porcelain tea service, 1st half 19th century, decorated in pattern 3696 with gilt hatched shaped panels reserved on an apple green ground. Comprising: a teapot with cover and stand, a sugar bowl and cover, a milk jug, a slop bowl and stand, twelve small plates, ten cups and twelve saucers. (42) £200-300
366. A Royal Crown Derby tea service, 1st half 20th century, decorated in the Imari palette in pattern 2451, most with date codes for 1911. Comprising: a tray, a teapot and cover, a sugar bowl and cover, a slop bowl, a stand, a milk jug, two large plates, twelve small plates, twelve saucers and twelve cups. (46) £300-500 Together with a purchase invoice from E T Cooper, Gosport, dated 20th March 1990.
part 367. A Spode tea service, c.1830, richly decorated in pattern 4342 with gilt foliate designs on panels of blue and cream grounds. Comprising: a teapot, cover and stand, two cake plates, a sugar bowl and cover, a slop bowl, a milk jug, twelve tea cups, ten coffee cups and twelve saucers. (43) £200-300
368. A Cauldon bone china part tea service, c.1900, decorated with narrow borders of pink roses and blue flowers within gilt borders on a turquoise ground. Comprising: a milk jug, a slop bowl, eleven side plates, eleven tea cups, three coffee cans, and thirteen saucers. (40) £100-150
part 369. A large Wedgwood pottery part dinner service, dated 1884, of ‘Rustic’ design, printed in blue with designs by Thomas Allen, of farmyard vignettes of ducks, geese, hens, cows, rabbits and other animals, printed and impressed marks. Comprising: two large meat plates, two octagonal dishes, two sauce tureens with one cover, three vegetable tureens, a large bowl, two strainer dishes, two tazza, a small dish, 29 dinner plates, 12 soup plates and 26 smaller plates. (83) £800-1,200
part 370. A Derby part dessert service, c.1810-15, painted in pattern 33, perhaps by John Brewer and George Robertson, with figures in rural landscapes within a wide gilt foliate border, iron red marks, some pieces titled. Comprising: four shell-shaped dishes, two oval dishes, two heart-shaped dishes, and twelve plates. (20) £500-700
The design for this service cannot be found in any reference work, and it is possible that it was only made for export.
part 371. An English porcelain combined dessert and tea service, 19th century, decorated with rural landscape vignettes on a white ground, the large dishes with flowerhead moulding. Comprising: five square plates, two shaped dishes, nine moulded plates, six smaller plates, seven teacups, six coffee cups and six saucers. (41) £50-150
372. A Minton porcelain part dessert service, c.1870, of Argyle shape, finely painted with botanical specimens including convolvulus, rose, narcissus and foxglove, within ribboned borders in turquoise and gilt. Comprising: one tall tazza, two low tazzae, and six plates. (9) £100-200
part 373. An Ambrose Bevington part dessert service, c.1874, painted with garlands of flowers suspended from gilt shell motifs, within turquoise borders. Comprising: one high and four low tazzae, and 17 plates. (21) £250-350
374. A Wedgwood creamware part service, 1st half 19th century, well painted with garden birds perched in low branches, with scattered moths and other insects around, impressed marks. Comprising: seventeen plates and six soup plates. (23) £200-300
375. Six New Hall tea cups and five saucers, early 19th century, bat printed in black with scenes of family life, 14cm. (11) £50-100
376. A pair of Spode dessert dishes and a pair of plates, c.182030, the wells painted in pattern 4484 with botanical specimens of fruit and flowers including plum, auricula, pear, greengage and digitalis, the rims with gilt foliate scrolls on a green ground, printed marks, 23.5cm max. (4) £100-200
377. Three Derby dishes, c.1795-1815, one of fluted oval shape, painted in pattern 74 with a view of Ullswater in sepia monochrome, one painted by William Billingsley with a spray of flowers within a cobalt blue border, the last in pattern 212 with a botanical specimen reserved in a pink border, and a Derby spill vase painted with a waterfall reserved on a yellow ground, 31.5cm max. (4) £200-300
378. A set of eight Davenport dessert plates, 19th century, painted in pattern 1239 with landscape vignettes within moulded turquoise borders highlighted with gilt leaves, printed marks, 23cm. (8) £300-500
379. Four English porcelain plates, 19th century, one Coalport from the armorial service for the Earls of Lindsey, painted with a crowned Saracen crest on yellow bands, one Chamberlain’s Worcester and painted with ‘Strawberry of Versailles’, one Coalport painted with a figure walking before a ruined archway within an elaborate gilt, peach and puce border, the last probably Coalport with a wide band of orange flowers, 24cm max. (4) £250-350
380. A pair of Flight Barr & Barr Worcester cabinet plates, c.182530, each well painted with a circular panel of a fancy bird within shaped claret borders and colourful moths and butterflies, printed and impressed marks, and a similar dish with shaped rim containing landscape vignettes on a claret ground, 22.5cm. (3) £200-300
The armorial with paper labels relating it to the collections of Montague Guest, Esq and Lady Charlotte Schreiber, both of whom were related to the Earl of Lindsey.
381. A pair of Derby plates and an oval dish, late 18th century, painted in pattern 152 with a pink rose and forget-me-not spray within gilt and peach borders, puce factory marks, 32cm max. (3) £200-300
Ω 382. A pair of English porcelain flared vases, 19th century, painted with wide bands of flowers, with ring handles issuing from bird beaks, a small jardinière with overhead handle, painted with a continuous landscape scene, and a Meissen-style pierced basket, painted and applied with flowers, 32cm max. (4) £100-150
383. An English porcelain supper set, early 19th century, decorated in the Pinxton manner with a border of cornflowers in pink and blue, faint puce arrow marks. Comprising: a circular tureen and cover and four shaped dishes and covers. (10) £100-200
384. A porcelain soup tureen and cover, 19th century, brightly decorated to each side with a swan swimming beneath willow, 29cm dia. (2) £80-120
385. A Coalport high-handled ewer and oval basin, c.1820-30, painted in pattern 630 with elaborate borders of foliate scrolls in yellow, puce, red and gilt, 33.5cm. (2) £150-250
386. A Copeland reticulated low tazza, c.1890-1900, the rim finely painted with baskets and garlands of flowers within elaborately pierced and gilded panels, and a rectangular tray painted with pink roses, laurel and oakleaf garlands interlaced with pink ribbon, 31.5cm max. (2) £100-200
387. A Davenport pearlware egg cruet, 19th century, with six cups and alternate slots to fit six spoons, all decorated with a border of blue and gilt dentils, 23cm. (7) £100-200
388. An English porcelain comport, early 19th century, after Pinxton, painted with an oval panel of water amidst rocky hills, a large two-handled loving cup with a gilt monogram amid foliate sprays, probably Coalport, and a smaller loving cup with gilt inscription for ‘H. Dyer Creech’, 33.5cm max. (3) £80-120 The comport with an old paper label which claims the rest of the service was marked with a puce crescent and star.
389. A pair of Harvey Ironstone vases and covers, mid 19th century, decorated in the Chinese manner with floral panels on a turquoise ground, and a garniture of three Coalbrookdale type vases, all elaborately applied with flowers, 37cm max. (7) £150-200
390. Three English porcelain two-handled vases, 19th century, painted with panels of fruit and flowers, one with a basket of blooms with butterflies about, with winged term handles, 28.5cm max. (3), £100-200
391. Two Spode coffee cans and saucers, c.1815-20, one in pattern 1382 with a rich floral design in red, gilt and green, the other with an Oriental design in pattern 498, together with a matching stand, a Worcester tray from a tête à tête set, c.1790, decorated in blue and gilt with a vignette of gillyflower and narcissus, and a small bug, probably Coalport, painted with floral panels on a blue scale ground, 33.5cm max. (7) £150-250
392. A Herculaneum porcelain câchepot and stand, c.1810, painted with figures in rural landscape scenes, gilt lions’ head handles, and an English porcelain two-handled vase, decorated with a panel of two ladies, reserved on a pink ground, 27cm. (3) £100-200
393. Two English porcelain câchepots and stands, 1st half 19th century, one Spode of New Shape, painted with a continuous landscape scene between open-mouthed dolphin masks and above a chequered border, the other Derby with a panel of figures before a Classical doorway, reserved on a blue and gilt ground, iron red crowned crossed batons to the latter, 13cm. (4) £150-250
394. Two Derby two-handled vases, c.1820-25, the larger painted with two seated figures drinking and smoking outside a tavern, titled ‘Near Hounslow’ to the base, the smaller with an itinerant figure beside a river, both reserved on richly gilded cobalt blue ground, iron red crowned crossed batons, 29.5cm max. (2), £100-200
395. A Minton Limoges-style dish from a tazza, c.1860, ornately reticulated and enamelled in white with gilt detailing, 29.7cm. £50-100
397. A pair of square tiles, 19th century, each painted with a floral arrangement including rose, tulip, convolvulus and auricula, framed, the tiles 19cm. (2) £80-120
398. A Derby bough pot, c.1810, of D-form, painted with a panel of an Italianate landscape reserved on a salmon ground,with rams head handles, and a large Coalport bombe-shaped bulb pot, painted with a piping shepherd and his companion between other landscape panels, 29cm max. (2) £150-250
Provenance: Bonhams, Masterpieces of Minton from the Minton Museum Collection, lot 148.
Cf. Geoffrey A. Godden, Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains, pl.112 for a bulb pot of the same shape.
396. Two porcelain large circular pierced covers, 19th century, perhaps Welsh, pierced with a series of small holes and painted with cornflower and Chantilly sprigs, 31.5cm. (2) £200-300
399. A pair of Coalbrookdale type vases and covers, 19th century, delicately encrusted with white flowers between gilt foliate scrolls, 16.5cm. (4) £100-200
400. A Grainger Lee & Co. desk stand, c.1830, painted with a titled view of Worcester on an octagonal card holder between two flared square holders, an English porcelain moulded pen tray, painted with flower sprays, and a tall mug painted with a peasant couple, titled ‘Canton d’Ury’ to the base, 22.3cm max. (3) £80-120
401. A Coalport inkstand and two Coalport inkwells, 1st half 19th century, the stand of canted rectangular form with gilt swan handles, painted with landscape scenes and set with a taperstick, a pounce pot and two inkwells, the two inkwells of drum shape with various openings, 28cm max. (9) £100-200
402. Two Swansea cups and saucers, c.1820, the coffee cup painted with floral arrangements resting on gilded pedestals, the tea cup with an Imari-style design, printed red Swansea mark, and a Grainger’s Worcester bottle vase and cover, applied with large flowers, 17cm max. (6) £120-180
403. A Spode chamberstick, c.1815-20, painted in pattern 967, a two-handled vase with white beading to the shoulder and foot, also in pattern 967, and a Spode spill vase in pattern 868, 7.7cm max. (3) £150-250
404. A pair of English porcelain tulip vases, 19th century, modelled as open flowers with puce detailing, raised on leafy bases, 7.8cm. (2) £50-100
405. A pair of miniature Spode candlesticks, c.1815-20, finely decorated in pattern 2478 with polychrome flowers over a spiral gilt and cobalt blue ground, and two miniature flared vases painted with wide bands of pink rose in pattern 120, 7cm max. (4) £150-250 Sold on behalf of the executors of The Hon. Mary Anna Marten dec’d, of Crichel House, Dorset.
406. Three English porcelain inkwells, 1st half 19th century, one painted with a traveller and child, another with a panel of flowers, both with lion mask handles and raised on four paw feet, the last of simple cylindrical shape gilded with a continuous scrolling design, 10cm dia. max. (3) £150-250
407. A Rockingham circular box and cover, c.1826-30, the cover painted with pink rose and other flowers, the box base of a claret ground, red griffin mark, 7.8cm dia. (2) £150-200
408. Two English porcelain mugs and a beaker, 19th century, all decorated with gilt monograms, the largest mug Coalport with a moulded handle and spiral border, the smaller with panels of flowers on an orange ground, the beaker left in the white with gilt bands, 10cm max. (3) £60-100 The largest mug with a paper label for the Godden Reference Collection. Illustrated in Godden’s book, Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains, pl.110.0
409. A Swansea cabinet plate, c.1815-17, painted probably by William Pollard with a spray of flowers including narcissus, auricula and rose, within a gilt and green hatched and scrolling border with foliate suspensions, 21cm. £650-850
410. A Swansea teapot stand, c.1815-17, painted probably by William Pollard with native flowers including dog rose, forget-menot and primrose, within a gilt and green hatched and foliate border, 18.7cm. £250-350
411. A Copeland shaped dish or tray, c.1880-90, painted by Charles Ferdinand Hürten with a colourful butterfly resting on bramble blossom amidst delicate field grasses, signed ‘C F Hürten’, printed mark, 30cm. £200-300
412. A Nantgarw soup plate, c.1818-20, of lobed form, the rim moulded with floral C scrolls, painted with bright flower sprays and small scattered butterflies, within a blue feathered rim, impressed NANT-GARW C.W. and the letter G, 26cm. £400-600
413. An H & R Daniel square cabinet plate, c.1824, painted by William Pollard in pattern 3902 with a central spray of rose, forget-menot and alpine strawberries, the moulded rim with gilt foliate decoration, 23cm. £140-180 Cf. Bonhams, 9th March 2005, lot 264 for a similar example.
414. A Nantgarw sugar basin and cover with milk jug, c.1818-20, simply decorated with cornflower sprigs and blue line rims, 16cm. (3) £500-800
415. A rare Nantgarw coffee can, c.1818-20, painted by Thomas Pardoe with a songbird perched on a berried branch, with a further bird in flight above, the reverse with a tulip, gilt initial L, 6cm high. £500-600
416. A Paris porcelain humorous cabinet plate, 19th century, the well decorated with a scene of nuns besieged by cupids firing arrows over the nunnery wall, titled ‘Sauve Qui Peut’, the rim with gilt foliate motifs on a white ground, printed mark for Darte, 23.6cm. £400-600 417. A Meissen cabinet tray, 19th century, painted with a scene of the Birth of Venus after Alexandre Cabanel, within a shell-moulded border, titled to the reverse ‘Geburt der Venus, Cabanel’, blue crossed swords mark, 23.5cm. £300-500 418. A Paris porcelain cabinet plate, 19th century, depicting the Biblical family with the infant Jesus sat on Mary’s lap, while Joseph leans over a wall behind, within a wide gilt border with continuous oakleaf and acorn design, 23.2cm. £150-250 419. A Meissen two-handled tray and dish, c.1775-95, outside-decorated with figures praticising archery in a garden setting, the osier-moulded rim with scattered flower sprays, blue crossed swords and star mark for the Marcolini period, cancelled, 34cm. £100-200 420. A Sèvres soup plate from the Duc d’Aiguillon service, c.1779, painted with scattered polychrome flower sprigs, the rim with an elaborate band of twisted ribbons of flowers reserved on a rich gilt lacework ground or point d’Espagne, interlaced LL mark, gilders mark HP for Henri-Martin Prévost, W in blue, 24.5cm. £500-800 This service, delivered to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the duc d’Aguillon, was probably intended as a diplomatic gift for the Sardinian Court. 421. A Vienna shaped oval dish, simply decorated in the Sèvres manner with a spray of flowers within scattered blooms, with bands of blue intersected with short gilt dashes, blue shield mark, 26cm. £200-300 422. A Continental porcelain plate after the Lady Washington States service, 19th century, the names of the fifteen states joined by chain link, encircling the initials MW within a gilt starburst above the banner ‘Decus et Tutamen Ab Illo’, 21.3cm. £100-200 The original Chinese porcelain service was presented to Martha Washington by Andreas van Braam Houckgeest of the Dutch East India Company on his arrival in American in 1796. 423. A large Sèvres-style lobed plate, 19th century, painted in the Vincennes manner with an arrangement of fruit and flowers highlighted in raised white enamel, the rim with a bright bleu celeste border, interlaced LL mark and painter’s mark, 28.5cm. £100-200 424. A Paris porcelain cabinet plate, 19th century, painted with a view of the harbour at La Rochelle, within a blue border with elaborate gilt scrolls, red printed mark for Vanson 21 et 22 Palais Royal, 23.7cm. £200-400
425. A Höchst tea and coffee service, c.1770, painted with blown polychrome flowers and single scattered sprigs, surmounted with closed bud finials, red wheel marks. Comprising: a coffee pot and cover, teapot and cover, hot water jug and cover, sucrière and cover, tea canister and cover, ten cups and ten saucers. (30) £1,500-2,000
426. Five Meissen blue and white plates, c.1765-75, painted with large floral sprays, the rims with single scattered blooms and large moths or other insects, blue crossed sword marks, 23.7cm. (5) £250-350
427. A Vincennes-style tureen and cover, 19th century, the circular form raised on three scroll feet and decorated in blue with simple floral sprigs, the cover applied with broccoli, parsnip and peapods, 27cm. (2) £100-200
428. A Sèvres part tête à tête service c.1766, finely decorated with a pattern of small floral sprays within rhomboid panels, interlaced LL marks, the tray with the date code N. Comprising: a two-handled tray, a teapot, a milk jug and one teabowl. (4) £200-300
429. A set of six Continental porcelain handled silver fruit knives and forks, 19th century, the handles painted with courting couples and floral sprays beneath a band of interlocking circles, the silver hallmarked for Henry Holland, London 1871, contained in a fitted tray, handles 8cm. (13) £200-300
430. Eight Chinese porcelain plates, late 18th/early 19th century, decorated with petit feu enamels, with peony and other flowers in green, red and gilt within anhua borders, 22.5cm. (8) £300-500
431. Eleven Chinese porcelain blue and white plates, late 18th/early 19th century, decorated with floral and landscape scenes, later decorated in polychrome enamels, later red seal marks, 23cm. (11) £150-250
part 432. An extensive combined Nymphenburg tea and coffee service, 20th century, painted with sprays of flowers, within moulded osier borders. Comprising: a coffee pot and cover, 12 saucer dishes, 12 plates, 20 small plates, seven breakfast cups with eight saucers, 13 tea cups with 14 saucers, and ten coffee cups with eight saucers. (106) £300-500
433. A Sèvres-style solitaire tea service, late 18th/early 19th century, painted in the manner of Vieillard with panels of figures in rural and farmyard scenes, reserved on a green ground within blue borders, interlaced LL marks and pseudo painter’s mark. Comprising: a teapot and cover, a sucrier and cover, a milk jug, a cup and saucer. (7) £300-500
434. A pair of Sèvres plates, the porcelain 18th century, later decorated with baskets of flowers to the wells, the rims with further floral arrangements between butterflies, blue interlaced LL marks, 24cm. (2) £350-450
435. A pair of Ansbach plates, c.1770-75, the well of each finely painted with arrangements of produce including apple, redcurrants, walnut, carrots and grapes, a few single scattered flowers within the rims of puce rococo C scrolls, blue A marks, 23.5cm. (2) £200-300
436. A Paris porcelain ecuelle with cover and stand, 19th century, painted with landscape panels reserved on a green ground within wide gilt bands, 20cm. (3) £150-250
437. A pair of Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica butterboats, 20th century, painted with titled specimens of Epilobium Alpinum L. and Veronica Verna L. within jagged gilt and pink rims, 16cm. (2) £100-200
438. A miniature Meissen vase, mid 18th century, moulded with rococo scrolls and pierced around the neck, delicately painted with flowers, and a Meissen coffee pot similarly decorated with sprays of deutsche Blumen, blue crossed swords mark to the coffee pot, 17.5cm max. (2) £80-120
439. A Berlin warming cover (wärmeglocke), 19th century, well decorated with flower sprays and single scattered sprigs, the rim with a continuous leafy band, the round finial rising from a radiating band of stiff leaves, blue sceptre mark, 35.5cm. £100-200
440. Five Continental porcelain vases, 19th and 20th centuries, comprising a pair of Paris vases raised on paw feet and square bases, a pair of German flared vases, both pairs decorated with flowers, and a twohandled vase painted with boats, the reverse with figures before a church, 19.5cm max. (5) £80-120
441. A pair of Samson armorial vases, late 19th century, of campana shape with rams’ head handles, painted with a crowned blue shield within famille rose flower sprays, pseudo Chinese marks, 17.5cm. (2) £100-200
442. A pair of Sèvres small vases, c.1856, painted with garlands of pink roses and blue flowers reserved on a dense ground of gilt honeycomb, printed marks, iron red ER perhaps for Eugene Richard, 13.5cm. (2) £80-120
443. A Samson porcelain bowl, late 19th century, decorated in the Derby manner with a sepia landscape to the well, within a blue ribboned panel, the interior and exterior rims with a blue and jagged gilt band, puce D mark, 23.2cm. £100-200
444. A pair of Paris porcelain câchepots and stands, 19th century, painted with sprawling floral arrangements on a salmon ground, 18cm. (4) £150-250
445. An Italian porcelain milk jug, 19th century, after Vinovo, painted with a figure holding a horse and accepting a drink from a second figure seated on a barrel before a tent, raised on three gilt paw feet, V+ and DG marks in blue, 11cm high. £100-200
446. A Sèvres-style small oval plaque, 19th century, painted with a portrait of Madame Du Barry within a scrolling gilt cartouche on a turquoise ground, pseudo interlaced Ls mark and titled ‘M Dubary’, 10.2cm. £80-120
447. An Alcora porcelain coffee can, early 19th century, painted with a spray of flowers including pink rose and further single scattered blooms, incised and gilded A marks, 6cm. £100-150
448. A Paris porcelain cabinet cup and stand, late 19th century, the cup inscribed ‘Souvenir D’amitie’, reserved on borders of flowers in shades of green, blue and puce, the cup marked ‘B S Paris’ in gilt, 13.5cm. (2) £100-200
449. A Dutch (Oude Loosdrecht) porcelain oval dish, late 18th century, painted with a central flower spray within a continuous garland, gilt dentil rim, blue MoL and star mark, 21cm. £150-250
450. A Volkstedt cup with cover and stand, c.1780, boldly decorated with flower sprays within a border of spiralling green ribbon and a claret band beneath interlocking gilt circles, blue crossed hayforks, 14.2cm. (3) £300-500
451. A pair of Meissen eyebaths or eye cups, c.1770, painted with polychrome flower sprays, each with an egg-shaped bowl raised on a high domed foot, and a modern Meissen flared vase, blue crossed swords marks, 10.5cm max. (3) £150-250
452. A German porcelain ocarina, 19th century, painted in blue with the Meissen Zweibelmuster or Onion pattern, the tapered sides pierced with an arrangement of holes, impressed 5 to one side, 17cm. £80-120
453. A Meissen pot pourri vase and cover, late 19th/early 20th century, painted with flowers within moulded panels on a diaper ground, the cover pierced with circular holes, blue crossed swords mark, 14cm high. (2) £80-120
454. A rare Italian porcelain coffee cup and saucer, c.1780, by Giacomo Boselli of Savona, boldly painted with Chinese figures in garden settings beside latticed fences, the moulded handle glazed green, signed ‘Jacques Boselly’ to the underside, 13cm. (2) £150-250
455. A Sèvres coffee can and saucer, date code for 1782, painted with pink roses within berried laurel garlands and a gilt dentil rim, interlaced LL marks and painter’s mark for Fontaine, 12cm. (2) £400-600
Giacomo Boselli is better known for the production and decoration of faïence and creamware, but few examples of his porcelain are known. Cf. Woolley and Wallis, 12th October 2010, lot 530 for a sugar bowl and cover with the same signature.
456. A Sèvres coffee can and associated saucer, date codes for 1772 and 1775, brightly painted with floral sprays on a white ground, gilt dentil rim, interlaced LL marks, the saucer with a painter’s mark RD, 12.3cm. (2) £150-200
457. A Fulda jug and associated cover, c.1760, decorated with amusing scenes of family life, a child being spanked while others cry in the corner, the reverse with figures around a table while a child uses a pot, raised on three feet, 14cm. (2) £1,200-1,500
458. A Nymphenburg eyebath, c.1820, modelled as a biscuit porcelain putto on one knee and resting a gilded basin on his back, raised on a square gilt base, impressed shield and incised H mark, 7cm high. £600-1,000
459. A Limoges porcelain eyebath, c.1900, decorated around the bowl, foot and to the interior with continuous flower garlands, gilt line rim, green Limoges France mark, 4.5cm high. £150-250
Provenance: from the collection of Beatrice Blohm von Rumohr.
460. Seven Sèvres-style miniature porcelain plaques, 19th century, from furniture, three painted with fruit and flowers, one with fancy birds, reserved within gilt borders on a green ground, interlaced LL marks, and three quatrelobed and painted with flowers, 7.5cm max. (7) £200-300
461. A Sèvres cabinet can or small mug, 2nd half 18th century, later decorated with an aquatic bird perched on flat stones by the water’s edge, reserved within a shaped border of gilt oeil de perdrix on a blue and turquoise ground, interlaced LL mark, 7.5cm. £300-400
462. A pair of Furstenberg teacups and saucers, c.1760, the exteriors with dense basketweave moulding, painted with flower sprays and single scattered blooms, blue F marks, 14.5cm. (4) £150-250
463. A pair of Ludwigsburg coffee cups and saucers, c.1775-80, painted in purpurmalerei with couples courting, dancing and singing, within osier moulded rims, blue crowned interlaced CC marks, 13.5cm. (4) £250-350
464. A German porcelain oval plaque, 19th century, painted with the head and shoulders portrait of a young woman wearing a high ruff and an elaborate necklace against a gilt ground with white stars, framed, the plaque 6cm. £150-250
465. A Ludwigsburg cup and a Fulda saucer, c.1775-85, the cup painted with two garden birds perched on a low branch within flying insects, the saucer with a bird with outstretched wings beneath a further bird perched on a branch, blue factory marks, the cup with a B to the inside footrim, 13cm max. (2) £60-100
466. A Vienna-style tankard, late 19th century, painted with Diana bathing with attendants, the reverse with panels of coloured grounds and rich raised gilt designs, the lid with a hinged metal mount, blue shield mark and Dresden mark, 17.5cm high. £50-150
467. A Samson porcelain bottle vase, late 19th century, in the Chinese manner, painted with panels of famille verte flowers on a powder blue ground, and a Samson bowl with famille rose flowers, 36.5cm max. (2) £100-200
468. An unusual Continental porcelain vase, 19th/20th century, with flared, frilled neck, the body elaborately decorated with chinoiserie vignettes, mythical beasts and large insects, 33.4cm. £80-120
469. A Meissen-style three vase garniture, late 19th century, painted with scenes of courting couples in the Watteau manner, alternating with panels of flowers reserved on a red ground, comprising a baluster vase and cover and two bottle vases, blue AR and crowned Dresden marks, 38cm. (4) £150-250
470. A Meissen cup and saucer and a coffee can and saucer, late 18th/19th century, the cup with osier-moulded rim, painyed with flower sprays, the can with floral arrangements in a muted sepia palette, crossed swords marks, 13cm max. (4) £100-200
471. A pair of Sèvres-style pottery oval bowls, 19th century, the exteriors decorated in a running turquoise glaze with combed effect, with gilt metal mounts to the rim, base and shoulder, each raised on four feet, interlaced LL marks, 24cm diameter. (2) £150-200
472. A Rauenstein miniature part coffee service, 19th century, the ribbed bodies painted in blue with birds perched on flowering branches. Comprising: a coffee pot and cover, a milk jug, a cover, two cups and two saucers, together with a Thuringian porcelain feeding cup. (9) £50-150
473. A Meissen Kakiemon plate, c.1740, sparsely decorated with flower sprays around tied corn stooks in red and green, with shaped rim with basket weave moulding, blue crossed swords mark, and a Continental porcelain ornithological plate painted with two birds perched on a low stump, the rim with landscape vignettes, 25.5cm max. (2) £200-300 474. Three Meissen cups, 18th/early 19th century, one painted with shadowed botanical specimens and flying insects, two with equestrian figures in landscapes, various blue crossed swords marks, 7cm max. (3) £100-200 475. A pair of Dresden baluster vases and covers, 19th century, in the Helena Wolfsohn manner, painted with Watteau-esque scenes of courting couples reserved within applied panels of bright flowers, painted with further scattered flowers and insects, blue AR marks, 32cm. (4) £300-500 476. A Sèvres condiment or confit stand, c.1770-75, the boat-shaped dish fixed with two supports of pierced interlocking circles, painted with flower sprays within blue and gilt borders, interlaced LL marks, incised JF, 27cm. £150-250 477. A Sèvres seau à liqueur, c.1770, painted with colourful birds perched in low branches and on the floor beside, a single bird with a sprig in its beak in flight below each scrolled handle, blue line and gilt dentil borders to the inner and outer rims, interlaced LL marks and blue painter’s mark, 31cm across. £1,200-1,800
478. Two large Continental biscuit porcelain figures of Cupid, 19th century, one with an arrow in his bow, ready to fire, the other with his quiver slung over one shoulder, his right hand coyly raised to his mouth, interlaced LL marks to both, 42cm max. (2) £200-300 Provenance: Lt. Col. John Grenville Fortescue (1896-1969), and thence by descent.
479. A large pair of Potschappel centrepieces, late 19th century, by Carl Thieme, the wide pierced baskets painted and applied with flowers and supported on tall stands with figures around, in turn raised on tall scrolling bases applied with further fruit and flowers, blue factory marks, 49cm. (2) £500-1,000
480. A pair of Meissen candlestick figures, 19th century, modelled as a gardener and his companion each supporting a twin branch candlestick set within a basket on each head, raised on low scrolling bases, blue crossed swords marks, incised B76, 29cm. (4) £600-1,000
481. A large Nymphenburg white-glazed figure of John the Baptist, modern, after the model by Franz Anton Bustelli, his head turned, heavily draped in robes and with his left arm outstretched behind, impressed shield marks, 30.5cm. £50-150
482. A Sèvres biscuit porcelain bust, c.1868, of Cardinal de Borromeo, his head slightly turnmed to the right, raised on a blue glazed socle, impressed and printed marks, 30cm. £200-300
483. A pair of German porcelain figures, late 19th century, of a dandy and his companion, each proffering a flower in an outstretched hand, raised on circular bases, 26cm. (2) £80-120
Carlo Borromeo was descended from the House of Medici and was a leading figure during the Counter-Reformation.
484. A small pair of Meissen models of parrots, 20th century, each perched on a low branch with head turned and enamelled with bright plumage, a miniature Meissen parrot, blue crossed swords marks, a Thuringian miniature parrot, and a miniature woodpecker, blue R marks, 14.5cm max. (5) £200-400
485. Three Meissen models of swans, 20th century, one with wings outstretched, two with wings folded over their backs, blue crossed swords marks, 14.5cm. (3) £200-300
486. A small pair of Meissen pugs, early 20th century, each seated with its head turned and tail curled up, blue crossed swords marks, 6.5cm. (2) £200-300
487. A Continental porcelain figure from a monkey band, 20th century, wearing a green hat with a red feather and playing the bassoon, blue crowned N mark, and a pair of Continental white-glazed figures of pierrots, a few chips to fingers, 14cm max. (3) £50-100
488. A pair of Continental porcelain swans, 19th century, after Meissen, with heads turned and wings outstretched, their plumage picked out in grey, blue crossed arrows marks, 15cm. (2) £100-200
489. A pair of Continental porcelain figural vases or bottles, late 19th century, modelled as a Turk and his companion in elaborate costume, raised on gilt and green bases, each hollow with a circular opening behind their headdress, 28cm. (2) £100-150
490. A pair of Continental porcelain figural penholders, 19th century, in the Jacob Petit manner, of a Turk and his companion, raised on square bases with scrolled feet, a small hole to the back of each turban, 15cm. (2) £100-200
491. Four Berlin porcelain Zodiac or Month figures, 19th century, of Pisces, Aries, Taurus and Virgo, personified as young boys at various pursuits, each beside a shield bearing the symbol of each star sign, titled with the relevant month to the reverse, blue sceptre marks, 10cm. (4) £250-350
492. A pair of Meissen figures of a boatman and his companion, late 18th century, from the Cris de Paris series, modelled by Kändler and Reinicke, he with an oar slung over his shoulder, she with the corners of her apron in each hand, blue crossed swords and star marks, 18cm. (2) £100-200
493. A Continental porcelain figure of La Curieuse, 19th century, of a lady’s maid holding a plate with an envelope resting upon it, peering into the contents of a further letter in her right hand, titled to the base, impressed shield mark, 26cm. £100-150
494. A Meissen figure of a dancing cobbler, 19th century, after the model by Kändler from the Craftsmen series, a ribboned shoe resting on his raised left knee, a wooden shoe form by his right foot, draped in a long wine-coloured cloak and wearing a black tricorn hat, blue crossed swords mark, incised 1377, 21.5cm. £400-600
495. A Nymphenburg figure of a dancer, 19th century, from the Commedia dell’Arte series originally modelled by Franz Anton Bustelli, her left arm raised while her right hand gathers her skirt, raised on a flat shaped base, impressed shield mark, 20cm. £300-500
Cf. K. Butler, Meissener Porzellanplastik des 18 Jahrhunderts die Sammlung der Ermitage, no. 127.
496. A Continental porcelain figure of Harlequin, 19th century, standing in theatrical pose and typically dressed in colourful costume, gold anchor mark, 22cm. £100-150
497. A pair of Meissen figural candlesticks, 19th century, a hunter and his companion each seated in a forked branch entwined with flowers, blue crossed swords marks, incised 1129 and 1130, 20cm. (2) £300-500
498. Three Berlin allegorical figures of the Elements, 19th century, each personified as a putto representing Earth, Air and Water, the first holding a cornucopia, Air releasing an arrow, Water holding a fish and resting one foot on a dolphin, blue sceptre marks, 20cm. (3) £200-300
499. An Italian white-glazed figure group, late 18th/19th century, of a young girl carrying a basket of fruit, turning away from her seated companion who grasps her arm imploringly, blue fleur de lys mark to the underside, 23cm. £50-150
500. A Meissen figure of a sleeping girl, mid 19th century, relaxed in a large chair and resting on a tall wooden table, her shoes discarded and a love letter tucked into the top of her bodice, blue crossed swords mark, incised E58, 18.5cm. £200-300 501. A Meissen figure of a lady beside a spinning wheel, 19th century, reclining in a chair with a bible in her right hand, a small spindle on a cabriole leg table beside her, blue crossed swords mark, 16.5cm. £300-500 The figure is after the 1747 engraving by Louis Surugue, ‘Les Amusement de la View Privée’, which in turn was after the painting by Chardin of the previous year. 500
502. A Meissen figure of Peter Schlemihl, c.1926, modelled by Willy Münch-Khe, running at speed, with his hair and scraf blown back, a gnarled stick under his left arm, blue crossed swords mark, 26cm. £500-800
Peter Schlemihl’s Miraculous Story was written in 1814 by Adelbert von Chamisso, about a man who sold his shadow to the Devil. The Yiddish word ‘schlemiel’ translates as a bungler or grossly incompetent person, and has come to be a synonym for someone who makes a desperate or silly bargain.
503. A large Meissen figural group of a shepherd, c.1905-12, by Otto Pilz, knitting a sock as he walks with head bowed, three of his flock following close on his heels, incised ‘O Pilz’ to the top of the base, blue crossed swords mark, incised y155, 37cm across. £300-500
504. A large Meissen figural group of a goatherd, 20th century, designed c.1906 by Otto Pilz, the young girl wearing clogs and a headscarf and holding tight to the leashes which restrain her two wayward charges, incised w200, 35cm across. £300-500
505. A good Meissen figure of a coppersmith, c.1750, modelled by J. J. KĂ¤ndler, from the Artisan series, seated on a stump and hammering out a copper pan against an anvil, his foot resting on a further block with a teapot to one side, the scrolling base picked out in green and puce enamels, blue crossed swords marks to the rear, 18cm. ÂŁ3,500-4,500 Cf. Victoria and Albert Museum, Accession No. C138-1993. Also, Adams, Meissen Portrait Figures, p.163.
506. A nine piece Meissen monkey band (Affankapelle), 20th century, after the models by Kändler and Reinicke, the hairy musicians colourfully dressed and in exuberant poses, together with a separate music stand, blue crossed swords marks. Comprising: a conductor and stand, an organist, an oboist, a flautist, two drummers, two horn players and a hurdy-gurdy player. (10) £2,500-3,500
507. A Ludwigsburg figure of Air, c.1770, modelled by Pierre François Lejeune, personified as a young beggar boy standing barefoot on scrolling clouds and holding a bird in his right hand, crowned interlaced CC mark, 20cm. £500-800 Cf. Hans Flach, Ludwisgburger Porzellan, col. pl. 25 for a similar example.
508. A Meissen figure group of Apple Pickers, 19th century, after the model by Kändler and Meyer, a young boy barefoot up a ladder which rests against the abundantly fruiting tree, while three figures sit beneath gathering the apples in hats, aprons and other receptacles, blue crossed swords mark, incised 1998, 27cm. £400-600
509. A pair of Derby sweetmeat figures, 19th/early 20th century (Stevenson & Hancock), modelled as a young girl and her companion each holding a large pink shell, and two Staffordshire porcelain figures of a seated Turk, cross-legged on a square cushion, 17cm max. (4) £50-150
510. A Plymouth figural group, c.1770, emblematic of Autumn, with two putti and a goat seated before flowering bocage and raised on a tall scrolling base, 19.7cm. £200-300
511. A pair of Derby candlesticks, c.176570, each modelled as a putto seated beside a pierced sconce amidst flowering bocage, raised on tall scrolling bases, 18cm. (2) £200-300
512. A large Derby candlestick group, c.1770, of a Dresden shepherdess standing on a tall scrolled base, holding an apron full of flowers, two candle sconces issuing from the base of flowering bocage, 26cm. £100-200
513. A Derby candlestick figure of Mars, c.1765-70, modelled as a Roman centurion, standing before flowering bocage with a cockerel strutting before his shield, 19cm. £250-350
514. A Bow figure of a putto, c.1755-60, seated with head turned to dexter, a vase of flowers resting on her left knee, draped in a blue cloth, impressed ‘ladder’ mark, 9.5cm. £120-180
515. A pair of Bow figural candlesticks, c.1765-70, emblematic of Spring and Summer, each modelled as a putto standing with a basket of fruit or flowers before elaborate flowering bocage, raised on pierced scrolling bases, red anchor and dagger marks, 23.5cm. (2) £300-500
516. A pair of Derby candlestick figures, c.1768, each modelled with a putto seated beside a reticulated candle sconce issuing from flowering bocage, raised on elaborate scrolled bases, 18cm. (2) £250-350
517. A near pair of Chelsea figural candlesticks, c.1765, of a musician and his companion, he standing and playing the flageolet before a flowering magnolia, a dog at his feet, she with an apron full of flowers and a lamb at her feet, before blossoming bocage, gold anchor marks, 26cm. (2) £1,200-1,500
518. A Derby model of a finch, c.1765, perched on a stump encrusted with flowers and with head turned to sinister, its plumage well enamelled, 14.5cm. £350-450
519. A Derby figure of Mars, c.1780-90, standing with one hand on the hilt of his sword, a flag by his side, raised on a square base, incised ‘No.114’, 17cm. £200-300
520. A Derby figure of a dancing girl, c.1765, her body turned with arms positioned and her right foot daintily outstretched, before flowering bocage on a scrolled base, 16cm. £300-400
A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF CAUGHLEY PORCELAIN
521. Three Caughley blue and white mugs, c.1785-95, all printed with the Fisherman pattern beneath the usual blue cell border, printed S marks, 13.5cm max. (3) £150-250 The larger with a paper label for Geoffrey Godden, one of the smaller with a label for Klaber & Klaber.
522. A Caughley fluted coffee cup and saucer, late 18th century, decorated by the Chamberlains in Worcester with two doves below the banner ‘L’Amitie’, a teapot stand and matching coffee cup gilded with an armorial crest and monogram within a cobalt blue border, blue S marks, and a single coffee cup with sepia, black and gilt decoration, 15.5cm max. (5) £250-350
523. Two Caughley mugs, c.1790, the larger painted with ‘back to back’ roses either side of monogrammed initials MP, the smaller decorated by the Chamberlains with a gilt monogram between bold convolvulus sprays, beneath a brightly enamelled border, 11cm max. (2) £200-300
524. Two Caughley blue and white spoon trays, c.1785, of elongated hexagonal form, one printed with the Fisherman pattern, the other with the Full Nankin pattern, with gilt detailing to the borders, the latter impressed Salopian, 17cm max. (2) £100-200
525. Two Caughley scallop-edged blue and white plates, c.178085, painted with the Scholar’s Rock pattern, the border with powder blue panels, the larger with S mark, the smaller impressed Salopian, 22.6cm max. (2) £300-400
526. Three Caughley tea canisters and covers, c.1785-90, one decorated with a hoop and chain design in gilt and cobalt blue, with a floral finial, S mark, another with Dresden flower sprays in a similar palette, the last printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, 12cm. (6) £350-450 Exhibited: the hoop and chain example at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 586.
527. Thre Caughley blue and white asparagus servers, c.1785-90, printed in two orientations with the Fisherman pattern, a leaf-shaped butterboat and two circular strainers, similarly decorated with the Fisherman pattern, S mark to one strainer, 10cm max. (6) £200-300
528. A miniature Caughley blue and white trio, c.1785-90, with teabowl, coffee cup and saucer all decorated in the Island pattern, and a similar early miniature plate also in the Island pattern, 7.7cm max. (4) £120-180
530. A Caughley chocolate cup and stand, c.1790, of ogee shape, the cup with two handles, gilded with a wide continuous floral border, a narrow husk border to the cup’s interior, 15.3cm. (2) £120-180
531. Three Caughley blue and white wine tasters, c.1790, the circular forms printed with the Fisherman pattern, a Caughley eggcup in the same pattern, and a knife handle printed with a stylized design, 10.2cm max. (5) £250-350
532. A large Caughley blue and white mug, c.1780-90, the squat, wide shape printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, 11.3cm high. £150-250
534. Four Caughley blue and white sauceboats, c.1776-90, one fluted and painted with the Rose pattern, the largest printed with the Sliced Apple pattern, two with strap-moulding printed with the Fisherman pattern, printed S marks to the latter, 21cm max. (4) £300-500
535. Two Caughley blue and white shaped dishes, c.1780-90, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, one of lobed square form with gilt rim, impressed SALOPIAN mark, the other of deep six-lobed form, S mark, 29cm max. (2) £150-250
Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 655.
533. A Caughley blue and white plate and a slop bowl, c.1785-90, the bowl printed with the Fenced Garden pattern, S mark, the plate with the Pagoda pattern, Sx mark, both with later gilt detailing to the rims, 21.5cm max. (2) £100-200 The bowl with a paper label for Geoffrey Godden.
529. Three Caughley blue and white pickle dishes, c.1785-90, and one probably Coalport, all of vine leaf shape, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, 11cm max. (4) £150-250 One of the smaller with a paper label for Albert Amor Ltd.
Exhibited: the Rose pattern sauceboat at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 173.
Paper label for Klaber & Klaber.
536. A Caughley part tea service, c.1780-90, painted with polychrome flower sprays including ‘back to back’ roses, gilt line rims. Comprising: a teapot and cover, seven teabowls, two coffee cups and six saucers. (17) £300-500 537. Five Caughley blue and white coffee cups, c.1780-90, a coffee can and a teabowl, variously printed with the Fence, the Fisherman, the Three Flowers and the Temple patterns, S and C marks, 6.8cm max. (7) £150-250
538. Two Caughley hexagonal teapot stands, c.1785, richly decorated with a hoop and chain pattern in gilt and cobalt blue, a gilt floral sprig to each well, with a teabowl in the same pattern, one impressed Salopian, the other with an S mark, a tea cup with the Lily pattern, and a Ushaped teabowl with gilt and blue floral decoration, S marks, 16cm max. (5) £250-400 Exhibited: one stand and one teabowl at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, nos. 567 and 585.
539. Six Caughley blue and white coffee cups, c.1780-90, variously decorated with the Willow Nankin, the Tower, the Bandstand, and the Fenced Garden patterns, some with gilt detailing to the rims, 6.5cm. (6) £200-300 540. A Caughley blue and white medicine spoon, c.1785, printed with a segment of the Full Nankin pattern, with a scallop shell handle, a low Chelsea ewer, later enamelled with polychrome flowers and leaves, and a Caughley partial waster of a moulded teabowl, 11cm max. (3) £100-200 541. Three graduated Caughley bowls, c.1790, painted in polychrome enamels with ‘back to back’ roses, a single red flower stem to the interior, gilt line rims, 15.8cm max. (3) £150-250 542. Three Caughley blue and white trios, c.1780-90, variously decorated with the Pagoda, the Mother and Child, and the Bandstand patterns, each trio comprising a teabowl, coffee cup or can and saucer, 13cm max. (9) £120-220
543. Three Caughley cream jugs, c.178590, two decorated with Dresden flower sprays in gilt and cobalt blue, one fluted and printed with the Full Nankin pattern, with gilt detailing, 8cm max. (3) £150-250
544. A Caughley coffee cup and a teabowl, c.1780-85, the cup painted with the Bridge and Windmill pattern, the teabowl with the Rock Strata Island pattern, 6.5cm max. (2) £150-250 Exhibited: the cup at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge 1999, no. 239.
546. Two Caughley custard cups, c.1785, one with a cover and decorated with the Salopian Sprigs pattern, S mark, the other printed with the Cottage pattern, Sx mark, 7.5cm max. (3) £100-200 Exhibited: the Salopian Sprigs cup at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 200.
547. A Caughley blue and white coffee cup, c.1780-85, printed with the Travellers pattern after an etching by Paul Sandby, with a small dog running alongside figures on and beside a donkey, printed S mark, 6.5cm. £150-250 Paper label for Klaber & Klaber. Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 443.
549. A Caughley blue and white teabowl and saucer and matching coffee cup, c.1780-85, printed with the Birds in Branches pattern, C mark to the coffee cup, 12cm. (3) £150-250
550. Four graduated Caughley blue and white pickle dishes, c.1785-90, modelled as scallop shells, all printed with the Fisherman pattern, unmarked, 16.5cm max. (4) £200-300
Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, nos. 85 and 87.
The smallest with a paper label for the Crisp Collection, no. 20.
545. Two Caughley blue and white mustard pots and covers, c.1785-90, one printed with the Fence pattern, a floral knop to the cover, painted C mark, the other with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, with a plain knop, 9.8cm. (4) £200-300
548. A Caughley blue and white sugar basin and cover, c.1790, printed with the Willow Nankin pattern, and a milk jug printed with the Fence and House pattern, with additional gilt decoration, printed S Marks to both, 12cm max. (3) £200-300 Exhibited: the sugar basin at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge 1999, no. 408.
551. Three Caughley blue and white sparrowbeak jugs, c.1780-90, the smallest printed with the Fisherman pattern, the others with the Fence pattern and the Apple and Damson sprays, one with a C mark, 11.5cm max. (3) £150-250
552. Two Caughley blue and white trios and a teabowl and saucer, c.1785-95, printed with the Willow Nankin and the House and Fence patterns, S and Sx marks, 13.3cm max. (8) £150-250
553. A Caughley blue and white matched part tea service, c.178590, printed with the Pagoda pattern, with later gilt detailing, S marks to some. Comprising: a spoon tray, a hot water jug and cover, a milk jug, and a tea canister and cover. (6) £250-350
554. Four Caughley blue and white bowls, late 18th century, decorated with the Sliced Apple, Mansfield, Bandstand, and Fisherman or Pleasure patterns, printed S, Sx and C marks, 12.6cm max. (4) £100-200
555. Three Caughley blue and white creamboats, c.1780-90, one of gadroon shape, printed with the Fence pattern, C mark, one of low Chelsea ewer form, the other of miniature fluted form, both printed with the Fisherman pattern, the latter with an S mark, 10.5cm max. (3) £250-350
556. A Caughley blue and white punchbowl, c.1790, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, and a slop bowl printed with the Birds in Branches pattern, S marks to both, 23.5cm max. (2) £150-250
557. A Caughley teapot and cover, c.1795, of fluted barrel shape, decorated with a gilt band of leaves, a similar fluted milk jug with polka dot exterior, and a coffee cup and saucer with a continuous gilt leaf garland, 21.5cm max. (5) £150-250
Paper labels for Geoffrey Godden.
The jug and saucer with paper labels for Geoffrey Godden.
558. Two Caughley spoon trays, c.1785-90, one decorated, probably later, with fancy birds beneath a gnarled tree within a blue line rim, the other elaborately shaped and painted with ‘back to back’ roses within a gilt rim, 18cm max. (2) £250-350
559. Two Caughley blue and white patty pans, c.1780-90, of flared shallow form, one printed with the Fence pattern, the other with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, Sx mark to the latter, the interiors with cell diaper borders, 9.3cm. (2) £200-300
The smaller with a paper label for the Esme Collection, no. 157.
Exhibited: the Fence pattern example at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 275.
560. A Caughley blue and white cabbage leaf jug, c.1780-85, printed with the Bouquets pattern of sprawling floral arrangements, printed C mark, 23cm. £200-300
561. A large Caughley blue and white coffee pot and cover, c.178090, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, the domed cover with a fruit knop, 27cm. (2) £200-300
562. A Caughley blue and white deep dish, c.1785-95, printed with the Full Nankin pattern, of lobed boat-shaped form, blue Sx mark, 32cm. £80-120
563. A Caughley blue and white cabbage leaf jug, c.1776-80, typically moulded and printed with the Bouquets pattern, blue C mark, 19.5cm. £150-250
564. A tall Caughley blue and white mug, c.1780-85, printed with La Promenade Chinoise, the reverse with La Pêche, with figures in pagoda landscapes, blue S mark, 15cm. £400-600
565. A Caughley blue and white shaped dish, c.1790, painted with the Weir pattern, with pagodas beneath willow within a wide Fitzhugh type border, blue X to the inside footrim, 26cm. £100-200
566. Two Caughley blue and white cabbage leaf jugs, c.1785, each printed with the Fisherman pattern, the spouts typically moulded with a bearded face, the larger jug with a printed S mark, 23.5cm max. (2) £400-600
567. A Caughley blue and white junket dish, c.1780-90, printed with the Pinecone pattern, with associated fruit sprays around the well, C mark, 24.8cm dia. £80-120
568. Two Caughley blue and white octagonal dishes, c.1785-95, printed with the Full Nankin pattern, one elongated, each with an elaborate Fitzhugh type border, 30cm max. (2) £120-180
569. Three Caughley teabowls and saucers, c.1785-95, two fluted and painted with ‘back to back’ roses, one of plain shape and enamelled with flower sprays and garlands in a puce palette, with a similarly decorated plate, 20.5cm max. (7) £120-180
570. A large Caughley blue and white shaped oval dish, c.1785-95, printed with the Full Nankin pattern of figures within an extensive pagoda landscape, 42.3cm. £150-250
571. Three Caughley blue and white plates, late 18th century, of varying form, each printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, one with a scalloped edge, printed S mark, one with fluted moulding after the French, impressed Salopian mark, the last of deep saucer form, 22cm max. (3) £100-200
572. Two Caughley radish dishes and a jardinière, c.1785, all decorated in the French manner with Chantilly sprigs, blue S marks, and a shell-shaped dish painted with the Carnation pattern, impressed ‘Salopian’ mark, 30cm max. (4) £300-500
573. A Caughley sauce tureen with cover and stand, c.1775, with a ladle and matching plate, painted with blue flowers amidst gilt foliage, the stand with impressed Salopian mark, the tureen with a crossed S mark, 23.3cm max. (5) £150-250
574. A Caughley blue and white quatrelobed dish, c.1790, painted with the Carnation pattern, impressed Salopian, and a similar bowl, cup and saucer, decorated with Chantilly sprigs, the saucer with an S mark, 23.2cm max. (4) £150-250
Exhibited: the Gillyflower dish at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge 1999, no. 116.
575. A pair of Caughley blue and white heart-shaped dishes, c.1780-90, and a matching pair of small scallop-edged plates, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, with gilt lines either side of the cell diaper border, one small plate with impressed Salopian and printed S marks, 27cm max. (4) £150-250
576. Three Caughley blue and white dishes, c.1780-90, one shell-shaped, one square, and one boat-shaped, all printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, one impressed Salopian, 29.5cm max. (3) £180-220 577. Three Caughley blue and white dishes, c.1780-90, two saucer-shaped, the other a deep oval, and a slop bowl, all printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, S mark to the bowl, 26.8cm max. (4) £120-180 The smaller saucer dish with an old paper collector’s label.
578. A Caughley teabowl and saucer and a miniature teabowl and saucer, c.1780-90, a Caughley coffee cup and a Worcester coffee cup, all printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, 11cm max. (6) £200-300 579. Three Caughley blue and white teapot stands, c.1780-90, of varying shape, two printed with the Temple pattern, one with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, S marks to two, 6.8cm max. (3) £200-300 580. Five Caughley blue and white teabowls and saucers, c.1780-95, variously printed with the Striped Temple, the Bandstand, the Pagoda and the Fenced Garden, S and Sx marks, 12.5cm. (10) £200-300
581. Two Caughley blue and white bowls, c.1780-90, one large with a narrow pronounced rim, the other smaller with shaped rim, and a large tea cup and saucer with ogee rims, all printed with the Temple pattern, and a Caughley saucer dish printed with the Pagoda pattern, S and Sx marks, 19.3cm max. (5) £150-250 Exhibited: the larger bowl at the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 390.
582. Various Caughley blue and white teawares, c.1785-95, of ogee form, a cup and saucer decorated simply with a wide Fitzhugh border, a teabowl and saucer in the Fisherman pattern, a teabowl and coffee cup in the Full Nankin pattern, and a small bowl in the Fisherman pattern, S and Sx marks, 13.5cm max. (7) £150-250
583. A Caughley blue and white sucrier and cover, c.1785, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, and two small plates printed with the Fisherman and Fence patterns, 17cm max. (4) £150-250
584. Three Caughley blue and white buttertubs and two covers, c.1780, one of cylindrical form printed with the Fence pattern, two of oval shape, one with the Fence pattern, both with C marks, the last with the Fisherman pattern, and a quatrelobed dish or stand also decorated with the Fisherman pattern, impressed Salopian mark, 23cm max. (6) £250-350
585. A Caughley blue and white mug and a sauceboat, c.1785-90, the mug printed with the Parrot Pecking Fruit pattern, C mark, the sauceboat strap-moulded and printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, S mark, 21cm max. (2) £150-250
586. An early Caughley blue and white sugar basin and milk jug, c.1775, printed with the Three Flowers pattern, S marks, two teabowls printed with the Birds in Branches pattern, and a fluted saucer with the Apple and Damson sprays, Sx mark to the latter, 13.8cm max. (5) £150-250
587. Three Caughley blue and white teapots, c.1780-90, two printed with the Temple pattern, one without a cover, the other printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, S marks to two, 22.5cm max. (5) £250-350
588. Three Caughley blue and white trios, late 18th century, all printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, two highlighted with gilt borders, S marks, and a partial Caughley waster saucer, 12.5cm. (10) £150-250
589. Six Caughley blue and white coffee cups and five teabowls, c.1780-90, variously printed with the Full Nankin and the Pagoda patterns, with gilt detailing to the rims, and a saucer in the Pagoda pattern, S and Sx marks, 13cm max. (12) £150-250
590. A Caughley shaped oval dish, c.1790, brightly enamelled with a central rose motif, the rim with a wide S scroll border within a band of gilt and turquoise husks, 26.5cm. £300-400 Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 751.
591. A large and rare Caughley mug, dated 1790, decorated with the gilt monogram ‘JEW’ with a border of ears of corn and above the date 1790, 13.7cm. £500-800 Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 659.
590 592. A miniature Caughley blue and white teabowl and saucer, c.1780-85, printed with the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, S mark to the teabowl, 7.1cm. (2) £100-200
593. A rare Caughley blue and white eyebath, c.1790, printed with portions of the Fisherman or Pleasure Boat pattern, raised on a moulded baluster stem above a reeded oval foot, 5.2cm. £1,000-2,000
594. A rare Caughley inkwell, c.1780-85, printed in blue with the reversed Bell Toy pattern, later enamelled in polychrome with flowers and a pale green ground to the rim, C mark, 9.3cm dia. £500-800 Exhibited: the Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 422.
595. A dated Caughley blue and white cabbage leaf jug, c.1782, printed with the Fisherman pattern to each side and around the neck, below the spout inscribed ‘Manlove Vernon Lawrence 1782’, printed S mark, 23.2cm. £1,000-2,000 Exhibited: Caughley Bicentenary Exhibition, Ironbridge, 1999, no. 343. Manlove Vernon Lawrence of Leese Hill, Uttoxeter, was christened in Shropshire on 4th January 1782, the eldest son of Ellen Hartshorne and the Reverend Thomas Lawrence. His unusual Christian name and his middle name came from his grandmother, Ellen Vernon (née Manlove) from whom his mother inherited her vast estate. He married Miss Ann Brindley in 1809.
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596. A Lowestoft blue and white teabowl and saucer, c.1770, painted with prunus and chrysanthemum issuing from holey rockwork beside a fence, 12cm. (2) £100-200
597. A Caughley miniature blue and white sucrier and cover, c.1785, painted with the Island pattern, a narrow floral and diaper border to the interior rim, 6cm. (2) £400-600 Cf. Woolley and Wallis, 8th October 2013, lot 722 for an identical example.
598. A good pair of Lowestoft blue and white pickle leaf dishes, c.1765-70, each decorated with a floral spray within a ‘berry’ border, painters’ numerals to the inside footrim, 10.3cm. (2) £250-350
599. A Worcester blue and white moulded butterboat, c.1758-60, painted with the Butterboat Mansfield pattern, workman’s mark, a Bow moulded coffee cup with panels of flowers, and a Lowestoft teabowl painted with flowers in a Chinese garden scene, 8cm max. (3) £250-350
600. A Chaffers Liverpool blue and white tea cup, c.1758, of octagonal form, painted with the Jumping Boy pattern, four character script mark, 8.5cm across. £100-200
601. A Caughley miniature blue and white milk jug, c.1785, of flared cylindrical form, a miniature teabowl and a miniature plate, all painted with the Island pattern, 4cm max. (3) £200-300
602. Three Bow blue and white pickle leaf dishes, c.1760, of vine leaf shape, painted with Oriental flower sprays, and a Worcester butterboat decorated with the Mansfield pattern, 8.5cm max. (4) £200-250
603. Three Worcester blue and white jugs, c.1760-70, two printed with the Fence pattern, one with a cover, and the last painted with the Cannonball pattern, hatched and open crescent marks, 14.5cm max. (4) £150-250
604. A Pennington’s Liverpool blue and white sauceboat, c.1780-90, the strapmoulded form printed with flowers, the interior with a wide diaper and floral border, and a Worcester sugar bowl, painted with the Rock Strata Island pattern, W mark, 16cm max. (2) £150-250
605. A Caughley blue and white oval dish, c.1785, brightly painted with the Weir pattern, 26.5cm. £120-180
606. An English porcelain blue and white saucer, 2nd half 18th century, painted with a version of the Dragon pattern after the Chinese original, 13.2cm. £60-100
607. A Lowestoft blue and white teabowl, c.1790, painted with a pagoda landscape with willow and pine, and a Pennington’s teapot painted with the Horse-Tail pattern of trailing flower sprays, 18cm max. (2) £100-200
608. A Worcester blue and white bowl and a mug, c.1765-75, the bowl painted with the Precipice pattern, workman’s mark to the base, the mug printed with the Parrot Pecking Fruit pattern, hatched crescent mark, 22.7cm max. (2) £350-450
609. Two Worcester blue and white buttertubs with covers and an associated stand, c.1775, printed with the Bouquets group, the stand with the Rose-Centred Spray Group, 18.5cm. (5) £150-250
610. A Pennington’s Liverpool blue and white bowl, c.1770, painted with a large peony spray before a fence, the interior with a daisy spray and a hatched border, 21.2cm. £100-200
611. Three Chinese porcelain blue and white coffee cups, early 19th century, of thistle shape, painted with flowers issuing from rockwork, and a Chinese tea canister with silver-coloured metal cover, 11.5cm max. (5) £80-120
612. A Bow blue and white scallop shell dish, c.1755-58, painted with fruiting grapevine, raised on three stilt feet, the reverse painted with seaweed tendrils, 14cm across. £100-150
613. A pair of Caughley blue and white mustard pots and covers, c.1780, printed with the Fence pattern, the covers with floral finials, blue C marks, 10.5cm. (4) £250-350
614. A matched pair of Worcester blue and white chestnut baskets with covers and stands, c.1770, printed with the Ripe Pomegranate, the eponymous fruit split to reveal its seeds, the cover and stand pierced with a flowerhead design, crescent marks, 27.5cm. (6) £500-1,000
615. A good pair of Caughley blue and white butter tubs with covers and stands, c.1785, of oval form with twig handles, printed with the Fisherman pattern, impressed Salopian to the stands, 19.2cm. (6) £550-750
616. A Bow blue and white plate, c.1750, painted with the Broken Scroll pattern, the unfurled manuscript depicting flowering peony and bamboo, foliate sprays to the underside of the rim, painted numeral 15, 23.5cm. £250-350
617. A pair of Worcester blue and white baskets, c.1765-70, printed with the Pinecone Pattern, the pierced sides applied with flowerheads, hatched crescent marks, 21cm. (2) £300-500
Paper label to the reverse stating a reference to the ECC Exhibition of 1948, no. 154. See also lot 253 for the Dublin delftware version of this pattern, which inspired by plates such as this.
618. Six English porcelain blue and white coffee cups and two teabowls, c.1765-80, including Worcester, Caughley and Liverpool, variously decorated with European and Oriental flowers and Chinese landscape scenes, various factory and workmen’s marks, 6.5cm max. (8) £250-350
619. A small collection of English blue and white porcelains, 2nd half 18th century, variously printed and painted, including two Caughley strainers, a Caughley asparagus server, a butterboat and a coffee cup, a miniature Worcester saucer, and a tea canister, a Mansfield-pattern coffee cup, a Lowestoft patty pan, a Derby scallop shell pickle dish, a wine taster, and a Bow sauceboat. 15.5cm max. (12) £250-350
620. A rare Lowestoft blue and white eyebath, c.1765, moulded to the bowl and foot with small floral and scroll panels, simply painted with an Oriental flower spray to each side, 5.5cm. £2,500-3,000
621. A rare Derby blue and white sucrier and cover, c.1765, printed with the Boy on Buffalo pattern, the cover with further vignettes of Chinese figures with oxen, 14.5cm. (2) £400-600
Provenance: Bonhams, The Billie Pain Collection, 26th November 2003, lot 231.
Cf. H G Bradley, Ceramics of Derbyshire 1750-1975, no. 166 for a tea canister in the same pattern.
621A. A Worcester blue and white covered jug and a hexagonal creamboat, c.1760-70, the jug printed with naturalistic flowers in the Bouquets pattern, the creamboat with the Early Creamboat Sprays pattern of floral sprigs, crescent marks, 13.5cm max. (3) £300-500
622. A Bow blue and white coffee can or small mug, c.1755-60, painted with an Oriental landscape of a bridge linking a pagoda to a rocky outcrop, grooved strap handle, 6cm high. £200-300
623. A Worcester reeded coffee cup, c.1753-54, the ribbed body applied with a scrolling moulded handle, painted with a band of blue flowers to the lobed rim, leaf workman’s mark, 5.5cm high. £300-400
624. A rare Chinese porcelain blue and white coffee cup of European interest, c.1770, well painted with a scene of native Aborigines, perhaps taken from a print depicting Captain Cook’s voyage to Australia, 6cm high. £100-200
625. A Bow blue and white coffee can or small mug, c.1755-60, painted with an Oriental landscape scene of a small building beneath pine trees and birds in flight, 6cm high. £200-300
Paper label for the Watney Collection.
626. A pair of Worcester blue and white kidney-shaped dishes, c.1775, printed with the Gillyflower pattern, hatched crescent marks, 27cm. (2) £100-200
627. Two Worcester blue and white dishes, c.1775, one a lobed plate printed in the Pinecone pattern, a deep dish in the Fruit Sprigs pattern, a Worcester slop bowl printed with the Three Flowers pattern, and a saucer painted with the Rock Strata Island pattern, hatched or open crescent marks to most, 23.3cm max. (4) £120-180
628. A Pennington’s Liverpool punch pot and cover, c.1775, decorated in blue with Chinese landscape scenes, enriched in red and gilt, and a tall pearlware jug, painted with a pagoda behind an elaborate fence, 22cm max. (3) £200-300
629. Three Worcester teapots with two covers, c.1770-80, one barrel-shaped, one globular, both painted in polychrome enamels with flower sprays, the last painted in blue with the Cannonball pattern, together with a Worcester plate printed with the Pinecone pattern, 23cm max. (5) £250-350
630. A Worcester coffee cup and saucer, c.1775, decorated in the Queen Charlotte pattern, a saucer moulded and painted in blue with the Chrysanthemum pattern, and a fluted coffee cup painted with the Prunus Root pattern, 13.5cm max. (4) £100-200
631. A Liverpool porcelain slop bowl, c.1770, decorated in the Imari palette with red pennants flying from flagpoles amidst pine in an Oriental landscape, 15.5cm. £80-120
632. A large Philip Christian’s (Liverpool) teapot and cover, c.1770, decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze enamels with Oriental flowers and foliage issuing from holey rockwork, 23cm. (2) £150-250
633. A Worcester teacup and saucer and a teabowl and saucer, c.1770-80, the former richly decorated with a Japan pattern of panels of Kakiemon flowers reserved on a blue scale ground, square seal mark, the latter fluted and simply decorated with flower sprays, gilt crescent mark, 13.5cm max. (4) £100-200
634. A Worcester jug and cover, c.1780, painted with blue flowers amid gilt foliage, the jug’s interior with a gilt dentil rim, 14.5cm. (2) £100-150
635. A South Staffordshire enamel chamberstick, c.1770, the wide base painted with polychrome flowers within a blue border, similarly to the removable drip pan, 17.5cm across. (2) £400-600
636. A Continental enamel plaque, probably 18th century, painted in puce with the Annunciation, the Virgin Mary kneeling on a stone altar with the angel Gabriel and cherubs above, framed, the plaque 13.5cm. £150-250 Paper label for the Rous Lench Collection.
637. A Barr Worcester part tea service, c.1800, the spiral fluted forms painted with flower sprays in sepia and gilt, incised B marks. Comprising: a teapot with cover and stand, a sucrier and cover, a milk jug, four teabowls and four saucers. (14) £100-200
639. A collection of enamel objects, 18th and 19th centuries, including a pair of candlesticks with one sconce, three small card dishes with reticulated rims, and a pair of salts, variously decorated with flowers, 27.5cm. (8) £300-400
638. An English porcelain part tea service, c.1800, the spiral-fluted forms painted with gilt sprigs within cobalt blue and gilt foliate borders. Comprising: two cake plates, six large teabowls and ten saucers. (18) £80-120
640. A large enamel ewer, probably 19th century, decorated with a panel containing a shepherd and three of his charges, with further floral panels on a blue ground, traces of an old paper label, contained in a fitted case, 23cm. (2) £50-100
641. An English porcelain basket, 2nd half 18th century, the reticulated sides applied with small flowerheads, later decorated to the interior with flowers on a pale turquoise ground, 18.3cm. £100-200
642. Two Liverpool teapots and covers, c.1760-70, the smaller Chaffers, painted with flowers and an iron red border, the larger Christian’s with floral decoration between pink diaper panels, 17.5cm max. (4) £150-250
643. A pair of Chelsea-Derby chocolate cups with covers and stands, c.1770, painted with green urns in gilt panels between claret and gilt fabric swags, gold anchor marks, 13.7cm. (4) £150-250
644. Two Worcester fluted teapots and covers, c.1780, each of rounded barrelshape, one painted with polychrome flower sprays, the other with green leaf sprigs, 20cm across. (4) £500-600
645. A Continental porcelain sweetmeat dish in the English style, 19th century, a single shell raised above a tier of three, painted with dishevelled birds and raised on a base encrusted with shells, faux Plymouth mark to the base, 9cm high. £100-150
646. A small Worcester moulded teapot and cover, c.1770, the barrel-shape moulded with flowering prunus branches, between gilt dentil rims, the flat cover with a floral finial, 15cm. (2) £150-250
647. A Worcester spoon tray, c.1770, painted with a central spray of polychrome flowers, the rim with flowers in the Kakiemon palette and a shaped border of turquoise, 16.4cm. £150-250
648. An early Bow hexafoil lobed bowl, c.1750-53, painted in the famille rose manner with a bird perched on a large flowering peony branch, a further bird in flight to the reverse, the interior with tied scrolls, X mark, 12cm. £200-300
649. A Liverpool coffee can and another, 2nd half 18th century, variously painted with flowers and scattered leaves, each with a grooved loop handle, 6.5cm. (2) £150-250
Paper label for the Kneller Collection.
650. An early Derby cream jug, c.1758, the narrow body raised on a low circular foot, simply painted with a polychrome flower spray, 9cm. £150-250
651. Two Worcester plates, c.1770 and later, one decorated in the Dalhousie manner with a central vignette of a church beside a river, the other with a pair of peacocks perched by water, both within fruit garlands and blue and gilt borders, open crescent mark to the first, 21.5cm. (2) £100-200
652. A large Samson Worcester-style plate, late 19th century, the well painted with fancy birds, the rim with shaped panels of flower garlands reserved on a blue-scale ground, square seal mark, 30.8cm. £80-120 Paper collection label for Castle of Fiddes.
654. Four items of Worcester porcelain, c.1770, decorated with the Marchioness of Huntley pattern, with sprawling flower sprays within a shaped green border, and a Chelsea-Derby lobed dish painted with a garland urn and scattered insects within a leafy swag border, various marks, 22cm max. (5) £100-200
653. Two Worcester mugs, c.1780, painted in the Dalhousie manner with central landscape scenes between garlands and vignettes of fruit, one with butterflies and scattered insects, blue open crescent marks, 12.5cm. (2) £250-350
655. A Caughley mask jug and two trios, late 18th century, the trios with spiral-fluted moulding, all decorated with a cornflower sprig design, the jug with a gilt monogram, 14cm max. (7) £80-120
Sold on behalf of the executors of The Hon. Mary Anna Marten dec’d, of Crichel House, Dorset.
656. Three English porcelain coffee cups, 2nd half 18th century, Worcester and Derby, a Caughley teabowl and saucer painted with back-to-back roses, and a Lowestoft bowl painted with Chinese figures, 12.5cm max. (6) £100-200
657. A Worcester part tea service, c.1790, the spiral-fluted bodies decorated with gilt flower sprigs. Comprising: a teapot and cover, a teabowl and saucer, a milk jug and a slop bowl. (6) £100-200
658. A large pair of Chelsea oval dishes, c.1760, the wells painted with flying insects about large floral sprays, the moulded rims with further floral arrangements and gilt detailing, gold anchor mark to one, 37.5cm. (2) £1,000-2,000
659. A Chelsea plate of Warren Hastings type, c.1760, the rim painted by Jeffreyes Hammett O’Neale with three panels of fables within gilt cartouches, the well with a flower arrangement and single scattered blooms, gold anchor mark, 24.3cm. £400-600 660 660. Five Chelsea plates, c.1756, after Meissen, moulded in the Gotzkowsky manner with four floral panels, alternated with four other panels finely painted with floral arrangements, single sprigs to the wells within further moulded garlands, red anchor marks, 23.3cm. (5) £1,500-2,500
661. Four Chelsea plates, c.1756, after Meissen, moulded in the Gotzkowsky manner with four floral panels, alternated with four other panels finely painted with posies, single blooms and butterflies, brown line rims, red anchor marks to two, 24.4cm. (4) £600-1,000 661
662. Four rare Bow porcelain fork handles, c.1755-60, enamelled with fruiting grapevine on a rich yellow ground, the terminals with a small butterfly, the steel forks 19th century, 21.5cm overall. (4) £800-1,200
663. A rare Bow high-footed sauceboat, c.1750, moulded in high relief with garlands of flowers and gilded with further sprays, the elaborate handle moulded with a female mask, 21.8cm across. £400-600 Cf. Anton Gabszewicz and Geoffrey Freeman, Bow Porcelain, fig. 35 for a similar example without the female mask to the handle
664. A rare and early Worcester sauceboat, c.1755-56, of curled leaf shape but moulded with panels of flowers and leaves, the rim with a continuous band of flowerheads and leaf scrolls, painted within the panels with the Stag Hunt pattern, the handle formed as a stalk, 22cm across. £1,500-2,000
665. A Worcester sauceboat, c.1754-55, printed in black with a pheasant and a squirrel within elaborate frames with flowers around, also within moulded panels, the interior with Les Amusements Champêtres, designed by Boitard from a Watteau painting, 19cm across. £300-500
Cf. Bonhams, The Zorensky Collection Part II, lot 17 for an identical example, previously thought to be virtually unique.
666. A Worcester tea cup and saucer, c.1765-70, with Warmstry fluting, brightly decorated in the Jabberwocky pattern within a scrolling turquoise border, square seal marks, 13.5cm. (2) £200-300
667. A small Derby basket, c.1758-60, with openwork sides and two twist handles issuing from applied flowers, the interior painted with colourful birds, the exterior applied with yellow flowerheads, 12cm across. £150-250
669. A pair of small Worcester oval dishes, c.1770, painted with fruit and colourful moths around moulded panels, green line rims, 19.5cm. (2) £100-200
671. A Worcester dessert plate, c.1770, decorated in the Giles atelier with large fruit sprays including plum, cherry and apple, with a brightly coloured butterfly and two beetles, gilt line rim, 22.6cm. £450-600
668. A pair of Chelsea-Derby teabowls, c.1775, of ogee form, painted with garlands of flowers suspended from gilt hoops, and a Worcester sparrowbeak jug, painted with floral sprays and single scattered blooms, 8.5cm max. (3) £100-200
670. Three Longton Hall cabbage leaf sauceboats, c.1754-57, all moulded with overlapping leaves highlighted in green and pink enamels, one two-handled and raised on a low foot, all painted with flowers and insects to the interiors, the handles formed as leafy stalks, 21.5cm max. (3) £500-800
672. An English porcelain vase, perhaps late 18th century, decorated in the Worcester style with panels of fancy birds reserved on a blue scale ground, square seal mark and incised 63, 19cm. £80-120
673. A Bow peach-shaped dish, c.1755-60, painted in the Kakiemon palette with the Two Quail pattern, with dragonflies in flight above flowering branches and the two waddling birds, 24.5cm. £200-300 Paper label for B & T Thorn & Son.
674. A rare and early Bow chamberstick, c.1748-50, a tall cylindrical sconce issuing from the centre of a saucer-like dish, painted with scattered flowers in the famille rose palette, 13cm across. £250-350 Cf. Victoria and Albert Museum, Accession No. C.179-1938.
675. A rare Worcester teabowl and saucer, c.1760, finely potted and printed in black with the King of Prussia, titled to a ribboned banner beneath, bearing the hidden signature ‘R Hancock fecit Worcester’, beneath the banner inscribed ‘RH Worcester’ and with an anchor rebus for Richard Holdship, the teabowl with military trophies to the reverse, 12.2cm. (2) £800-1,200 Cf. The Joseph M Handley Collection, 18th Century English TransferPrinted Porcelain and Enamels, no. 1.7 for a Worcester tankard with the same print. This is the only version by Hancock which does not include the ermine cloak.
676. A Worcester sauce tureen and cover, c.1760, printed in black with various scenes of Classical ruins including Monument of a Warrior and Temple Ruin, the cover with further ruins and flowers, 17.5cm. (2) £250-350
677. A small and early Derby basket, c.1756, one side painted with a bird perched on a low branch, the reverse and interior with flower sprays in a muted palette, with applied blooms to the rim and a twist handle, 14.5cm across. £150-250
The Temple Ruin print is derived from a Panini painting, while the Monument is from an engraving by Vivares at the British Museum.
678. A Chelsea teabowl, c.1756, finely painted with a sprawling floral arrangement and single scattered blooms, brown line rim, red anchor mark, 7cm. £100-200
679. A Longton Hall coffee cup, c.1755-60, brightly enamelled with pink peony above a red fence, with plain loop handle, 6.5cm. £100-200 Cf. Phillips, The Watney Collection Part I, 22nd September 1999, lot 76 for a similar example.
680. A Worcester small moulded sauceboat, c.1775, brightly decorated in the Kakiemon palette with the Two Quail pattern, the interior rim with Kakiemon flowers and a shaped turquoise border, 12cm across. £200-300
681. A good Worcester coffee cup, c.1758, finely painted with a spray of flowers and a single large, colourful butterfly, the interior with a purple monochrome border of rococo scrolls and sunburst motifs, 6cm. £250-350
682. A Worcester reeded coffee cup, c.1753-54, of narrow ribbed form with flared, lobed rim and moulded handle, painted with chinoiserie flowers in a polychrome palette, 5.5cm. £150-250
683. An early and rare Worcester octagonal coffee cup, c.1753, decorated in the famille verte palette with panels of flowers, vases, insects and with the unusual addition of a Chinese figure, scroll moulded handle, 5.8cm. £400-600
Cf. Phillips, The Watney Collection Part II, 10th May 2000, lot 583 for an identical example.
Fine Pottery & Porcelain Tuesday 9th September 2014 Entries are now being accepted for this sale
Three Royal Crown Derby vases painted by DesirĂŠ Leroy.
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Asian Art Wednesday 21st & Thursday 22nd May 2014
Early Chinese ceramics from the Andrew Williams collection A rare Chinese Imperial junyao numbered narcissus bowl, Yuan/early Ming dynasty, the base incised er, 25cm. Estimate: ÂŁ40,000- 60,000
ENQUIRIES John Axford Tel: +44 (0)1722 424506 firstname.lastname@example.org
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A rare Martin Brothers stoneware double bird sculpture, dated 1904. Estimate: ÂŁ15,000-20,000
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Tribal Art Tuesday 19th June 2014
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A Chokwe Chihongo mask, 23.5cm high. Provenance: formerly the collection of Max Alpert, Berkeley, California. Estimate: £2,000-£3,000
Furniture & Works of Art Tuesday 8th July 2014 Closing date for entries Friday 9th May 2014
A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu and marble candelabra. Estimate: ÂŁ2,000-3,000
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Silver Tuesday 22nd & Wednesday 23rd July 2014 Entries are now being accepted for this sale
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An Edwardian silver epergne, by James Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1906. Estimate: ÂŁ4,000-6,000
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SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS and the ROYAL INSTITUTION OF CHARTERED SURVEYORS CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1. Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is 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. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. The purchase price. The Buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22% on the first £500,000 and 12% thereafter + VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT at the current standard rate is payable by the purchaser on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax.
12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges.
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 the Auctioneers. 2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates: 15% + VAT on each lot sold for up to £999, 10% + VAT on each lot realising £1,000 and above. 3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any 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. 4. Loss and damage waiver. We are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to clients. However, we for our own protection assume liability for property consigned to us at lower pre-sale estimate. To justify accepting liability, we make a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT or, if unsold, our mid estimate of the hammer price. If the owner of goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, they then remain at owner’s 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 4 is inapplicable. 5. Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the lot should be illustrated your permission will usually 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.
6. We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale).
6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods may be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7.
7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first.
8. 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.
8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required for the goods to leave the U.K. and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing the goods in question into the destination country because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Charges may be applicable for export licences. Ask us if you need help. The denial of any permit or licence shall not justify cancellation or rescission of the sale contract or any delay in payment. 9. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification will be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. 11. Methods of Payment. As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our Office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash).
7. We may sell lots below the reserve provided we 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 ‘discretion’ we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. . 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 an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance charges 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.
9. 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 clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request. 10. 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 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. The liability to reimburse the sale proceeds shall not arise where you are acting reasonably and honestly and are unaware of the forgery but we are or ought to have been aware of it.
11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent 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. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of up to 10% plus VAT of the reserve or low estimate on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on 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. 14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for 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. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business on the day of the 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. 15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £2 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 16. Settlement. Subject to our normal trading conditions, payment will be made by BACS or cheque four weeks after the sale unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then 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. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.
CONDITIONS OF SALE Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) ‘auctioneer’ means Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) ‘deliberate forgery’ means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) ‘hammer price’ means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) ‘terms of consignment’ means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Woolley & Wallis Salisbury Salerooms Ltd accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) ‘total amount due’ means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) ‘sale proceeds’ means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising. (g) ‘‘You’, ‘Your’, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.
2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The Buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 22% on the first £500,000 and 12% thereafter + VAT at the appropriate rate. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant lots. (Please refer to ‘Information for Buyers’ for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (a) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due in pounds sterling (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (a) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due (b) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (c) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (iv) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (vi) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (vii) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (b) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.
10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. 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 as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 ‘information to buyers’. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) 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 presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.
PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, ENGRAVINGS AND PRINTS In accordance with long standing practice in Fine Art Sale Rooms certain terms used in descriptions in the Catalogue have the meanings ascribed to them in the glossary below. Glossary Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. The Company reserves the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expect or authority considered by them to be reliable. (a) Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. (b) Attributed to Edward Lear: In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainly as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. (c) Studio of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may be or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction. (d) Circle of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil. (e) Style of ...; Follower of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or nearly contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil. (f) Manner of Edward Lear: In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. (g) After Edward Lear: In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist. (h) The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist. (i) The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. (j) Dimensions are given height before width. (k) Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.
BOOK AUCTIONS If, on collation, any named item in this catalogue proves defective in text or illustration, the lot may be returned within 14 days of the sale with the defects stated in writing. This proviso shall not apply to defects stated in the catalogue or announced at the time of sale; nor to the absence of blanks, half titles, tissue guards or advertisements, damage in respect of bindings, stains, spotting, marginal tears or other defects not affecting completeness of text or illustration; nor to drawings, autographs, letters or manuscripts, signed photographs, music, atlases, maps or periodicals; nor to books not identified by title; nor to books sold not subject to return.
GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (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. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing in the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these 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.
ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT / DROIT DE SUITE
21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.
Lots marked with a ‡ symbol are potentially subject to the levy.
Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of €1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of €12,500. Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency by the auctioneer. Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale. Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows: 4% Up to €50,000 3% €50,000.01 - 200,000 1% €200,000.01 - 350,000 0.5% €350,000.01 - 500,000 0.25% In excess of €500,000 Up to a maximum levy of €12,500
Valuations PROBATE VALUATIONS We offer a speedy and professional service for executors and trustees and provide bound valuations for probate and duplicate copies when required. Since security is often a consideration, we can usually arrange for a house to be cleared and sent for auction, our Valuations Department ensures that executors are informed of which sales are involved and the results thereof.
Valuations are a core part of our business and are usually carried out by a senior specialist or directors. Accuracy, speed and above all confidentiality are paramount. INSURANCE VALUATIONS Written valuations for insurance can vary from a single item to a large estate. Before starting we discuss the various options available so that the valuation is specifically tailored to individual client’s needs.
We also carry out valuations for Family Division, Capital Gains Tax, and Private Treaty Sales.
For valuations of an entire house contents an itemised bound valuation is produced and can be accompanied by photographs when required. In addition to providing an inventory, written valuations can prevent painful arguments with a loss adjuster in the event of a claim.
Contact Christine Johnson 01722 424509 FREE AUCTION VALUATIONS Free verbal valuations of items for sale are available at our Castle Street salerooms. Please telephone the relevant specialist or call our office on 01722 424500.
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WOO L LE Y & WA L LI S Absentee Bid Form
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS Lot Number in numerical order
English & European Ceramics & Glass
Price Excluding buyer’s premium & VAT
Wednesday 7th May 2014 Please bid, on my behalf, for the undermentioned lots up to the prices shown which do not include the buyer’s premium or any V.A.T. payable on lots. These bids are to be executed as cheaply as is permitted by other bids, and/or reserves if any, and subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in the Catalogue. Please note we cannot guarantee that bids received after 4pm on the day prior to the auction will be executed. Billing Name (please print)
Postcode Daytime telephone Email All accounts must be settled within 21 days. There is no surcharge for debit card payments, but for credit cards there will be a 2% (+VAT) surcharge. ID is required for all first time bidders.
Salisbury Salerooms, 51-61 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 3SU • Tel: 01722 424500 Fax: 01722 424508
AUCTION CALENDAR JEWELLERY 1st May 24th July Jonathan Edwards +44 (0) 1722 424504 • email@example.com Marielle Whiting +44 (0) 1722 424595 • firstname.lastname@example.org ASIAN ART 21st & 22nd May 12th & 13th November John Axford +44 (0) 1722 424506 • email@example.com Sophie Lister +44 (0) 1722 424591 • firstname.lastname@example.org PAINTINGS 4th June – 20th Century & Contemporary Paintings Victor Fauvelle +44 (0) 1722 424503 • email@example.com Jo Butler +44 (0) 1722 424592 • firstname.lastname@example.org 20TH CENTURY DESIGN 18th June – Arts & Crafts Michael Jeffery +44 (0) 1722 424505 • email@example.com TRIBAL ART & ANTIQUITIES ARMS & ARMOUR 19th June Will Hobbs +44 (0) 1722 339752 • firstname.lastname@example.org FURNITURE & WORKS OF ART 8th July Mark Richards +44 (0) 1722 411854 • email@example.com SILVER 22nd & 23rd July Rupert Slingsby +44 (0) 1722 424501 • firstname.lastname@example.org Lucy Chalmers +44 (0) 1722 424594 • email@example.com CLOCKS, WATCHES & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 30th July Richard Price +44 (0) 7741 242421 • firstname.lastname@example.org FINE PORCELAIN & POTTERY 9th September Clare Durham +44 (0) 1722 424507 • email@example.com