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CAPES DUNN

Fine Art Auctioneers

1826

Decorative Arts, Doulton & European Ceramics, Oriental Ceramics & Works of Art & Glass

Tuesday 13th October 2009 Commencing at 12 noon

Lot 205

Good late nineteenth century probably Berlin (umarked) oval porcelain plaque


CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. General. Every Lot is sold with all faults and errors of description and the auctioneers disclaim, for themselves and for the vendor, all responsibility for authenticity, age, origin, condition or quality. All statements on such matters whether printed in the Catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and not representations of fact. Purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves on authenticity, condition, etc., before bidding and no-one in the Auctioneers’ employment has authority to make any representation of fact. 2. Bidding. The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots, to withdraw any Lots, to refuse bids and to regulate the bidding. He may bid on the vendor’s behalf for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneers’ discretion. 3. Fall of Hammer. The highest bidder shall be the buyer - if any dispute arises the Auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle the dispute or to re-offer the Lot. At the fall of the hammer every Lot shall be at the risk of the buyer, and the purchaser shall give to the Auctioneer his name and address and such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require, in default of which the Auctioneer may re-offer and re-sell the Lot or Lots in question. 4. Clearance of Purchases. No purchases shall be claimed or removed until the Sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense at the end of the first working day following the Sale, failing which the Auctioneers shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all Lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a warehousing charge of 25p per lot per day. If they are not removed within seven days of the Sale the Auctioneers may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneers in respect of any loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the purchaser of the Lot. 5. Agency and General. The Auctioneers act as agents only and they disclaim responsibility for default by either buyer or seller. They accept no responsibility in connection with the commissioning of members of their staff to bid for Lots on behalf of intending purchasers. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. The Auctioneers do not guarantee the title of any Lot or Lots sold by them and will not be responsible for any defect in such title. 6. Defaults. If any buyer fails to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable from the defaulter shall include all loss arising from any re-sale of the Lot together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers against the defaulter’s liability. 7. Third Party Liability. Every person on the Auctioneer’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk and with notice of the condition of the premises and of the method of arranging furniture, etc. He shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of any injury he may sustain or any accident which may occur. 8. Viewers handling goods on display will be held fully responsible for any damage or breakage. CHEQUES Purchasers wishing to pay by cheque must produce a Bank reference to the Auctioneers before the sale. PLEASE NOTE Cheques which are post-dated or written by a third party will not be accepted. There is a buyer’s premium of 15% + V.A.T. on the hammer price.


CATALOGUE of

Decorative Arts, Doulton & European Ceramics, Oriental Ceramics & Works of Art & Glass To be sold at AUCTION by

CAPES DUNN & CO., on Tuesday 13th October 2009 Commencing at 12 noon The Auction Galleries 38 Charles St Manchester M1 7DB

Viewing: Monday from 10am to 4pm & morning of sale from 10am Catalogue ÂŁ3.50 Sale No: CE336 PLEASE NOTE

ALL GOODS must be removed by 4pm on Thursday 15th October 2009 Telephone: 0161 273 1911 Fax: 0161 273 3474

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PLEASE NOTE The descriptions in this catalogue are for the purposes of identifying the lots and are not intended in any way as a guarantee of authenticity. Please see the General Conditions of Sale on the inside front cover of this catalogue All weights and measurements are approximate

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(d)

Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots is sold by the vendor with all faults, imperfections and errors of descriptions. Capes Dunn & Co do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendor so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements, whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out in (b) above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Capes Dunn & Co, unless they have been instructed in writing by the vendor so to certify, and in such case the Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. Droit de Suite The Artist’s Resale Right Regulations Following the introduction of the Artist’s Resale Right Regulations on 14 February 2006, Capes Dunn will implement the new levy as follows: Capes Dunn will collect the same amount as the resale royalty from the buyer for any work of art covered by the regulations. Royalty rates will only apply to works sold in the secondary market and not for those sold for the first time, and for works which are sold for €1000 or more. Royalty rates are calculated as a percentage of the sale price on a sliding scale from 4% (from €1000 to €50,000) down to 0.25% (over €500,000). Resale royalties ARE NOT subject to VAT.


DECORATIVE ARTS

Lot 1 1.

TROIKA VASE of square tapered form with geometric abstracted design, script mark, artists initials PB, 6 ¾” high £60-80

2.

1930’s POTTERY FIGURE ‘CAVALIER’, with script mark ‘The Studio Potter’ R. Johnson, 9” high (leg broken and repaired) £60-80

3.

SIX PIECES OF PILKINGTONS ROYAL LANCASTRIAN MONOCHROME GLAZED POTTERY ALSO A WEDGWOOD KEITH MURRAY designed green glazed PINT MUG (7) £ 70-90

4.

ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN ART DECO FIGURE ‘Cora’ modelled by Doris Lindner, script and printed marks, design number 2865, date code for 1931 (cracked) £60-80

5.

A.G. RICHARDSON, CROWN DUCAL CHARLOTTE RHEAD DECORATED WALL PLAQUE, in bright greens, rose pink and mauve with foxgloves, script and printed marks, design number 4953, 14 ½” diameter (hairline crack to rim) £90-130

6.

LARGE CARLTON WARE ‘OAK’ PATTERN MOULDED POTTERY JUG, oviform with rustic handle, painted in tones of brown and yellow with leafy branches on a blue ribbed ground, blue printed mark, 14” (35.6cm) high £50-80

7.

LISE, B. MOORCROFT TUBE LINED POTTERY VASE, high shouldered form with short waisted neck, painted in tones of blue and green with large poppies, on an off white ground, set beneath a blue banded neck, printed mark, 9 ¼” (23.5cm) high £30-50

8.

LISE B. MOORCROFT TUBE LINED VASE and cover, ovoid with domed cover, painted in tones of blue and green with large poppies, on an off white ground, set between green lustre banded rims, 8 ½” (21.6cm) high £30-50

9.

TWENTY PIECE SHELLEY CHINA PART TEA SET, brown printed and enamelled in blue, green and yellow, with a design of bluebells, comprising FIVE CUPS, SIX SAUCERS AND SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG, SUGAR BOWL AND BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, printed mark, painted pattern No. Y.0169 (20) £60-80

10.

SHELLEY CHINA ‘WILD FLOWERS’ PATTERN TEA FOR TWO SET, Dainty fluted design, the oval TEAPOT of oval and lobated form, CREAM JUG, SUGAR BOWL, PAIR OF TEACUPS AND ONE ONLY SMALL SIDE PLATE, 4 ¾” diameter (8) £40-60

11.

1930’s SUSIE COOPER POTTERY PART COFFEE SET, of COFFEE POT with lid, SUGAR BOWL, CREAM JUG, SIX CUPS AND FIVE SAUCERS (one damaged) also a LATER SUSIE COOPER PORCELAIN SUGAR BOWL (16) £50-70


Lot 15 12.

13.

14.

15.

EGG CUPS, printed with a hot air balloon, 3 PLAIN GREY SIDE PLATES, 7” diameter (22) £250-350

1930’s SUSIE COOPER POTTERY 39 PIECE PART DINNER SERVICE comprising a PAIR OF VEGETABLE DISHES with covers, A PAIR OF SAUCE BOATS, TEN TWO HANDLED BOWLS, ten SAUCERS (2 damaged) SEVEN PLATED (one chipped) SIX SMALLER DITTO, ALSO SEVEN NEW HALL (Hanley) SUSIE COOPER STYLE PLATES (46) £150-250 ELEVEN CLARICE CLIFF (NEWPORT POTTERY) PLATES, from a dinner service comprising AN OVAL SERVING PLATE, 12” long, FIVE 9 ¾” PLATES, FOUR 8 ½” PLATES, one 7 ½” diameter, each painted with floriated and feather edged borders, most with impressed date (19) 35, (two plates cracked) also a MODERN WEDGWOOD CLARICE CLIFF ‘Orange Roof Cottage’ pattern PLATE (12) £150-200 TWO WEDGWOOD ERIC RAVILIOUS DESIGNED POTTERY PINT MUGS, to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II 1953, 4” high and WEDGWOOD RICHARD GUYATT DESIGNED POTTERY PINT MUG, to commemorate the Investiture of His Royal Highness Prince of Wales, in Caernarfon, on 1st July 1969, 4” high (3) £120-150 WEDGWOOD ERIC RAVILIOUS ‘TRAVEL’ PATTERN GREY POTTERY BREAKFAST SET, comprising 8 BREAKFAST PLATES, printed with a railway train emerging from a tunnel, 8” diameter, 6 CEREAL BOWLS, printed with a bi-plane in flight, 6” diameter, 3 SIDE PLATES, with trees, 7” diameter, 2 

16.

IAIN DENNISS (Egremont-Cumbria) STUDIO POTTERY BOWL, 9 ½” diameter £20-30

17.

TWO BOURNE DENBY/GLYN COLLEGE POTTERY VASES, painted in muted tones with stylized floral designs, on matt white ground, 11 ¾” (29.8cm) high and 8 ¾” (22.2cm) high, printed marks (2) £50-70

18.

INTERESTING EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY TWO HANDLED STUDIO POTTERY VASES, footed baluster form with twin loop handles, applied with raised stylised figural decoration, on a streaky blue ground, 9” (22.8cm) high, unmarked but with hand written attributed to ‘Prof. Powollony, Leiter der Akademie fur Kunst, Vienna 1924’ together with a lustre glazed studio pottery SALT PIG, 6” (15.2cm) high, incised mark (2) £25-35

19.

MODERN ROYAL DUX BOHEMIA PORCELAIN MODEL OF A STYLISED CAT, modelled lying down with tail raised, glazed in matt black and white, 7 ¼” (18.4cm) long, gilt sticky label, printed mark and impressed No. 853, together with a buff glazed graduated PAIR OF COWS, 3” and 4” (7.6cm and 10.2cm) high and MATCHING PAIR OF MICE, impressed oriental type mark (5) £15-25


Lot 22

20.

21.

22.

STYLISH HOYA, JAPANESE FROSTED AND CLEAR TEXTURED GLASS VASE, 7 ¾” high, sticky label, together with a pear shaped frosted glass PAPERWEIGHT, with blue spiral inclusion, 4 ½” (11.4cm) high, engraved ‘Svaja’ and a CIRCULAR GLASS ASHTRAY (3) £15-25 W.M.F. ART NOUVEAU SILVERED METAL JARDINIERE, of oval section, with two angular scroll handles, each side pierced and cast with stylised decoration, 18 ¼” (46.3cm) wide, stamped marks, lacking glass liner, but with replaced metal liner £25-35 A.G. HARLEY JONES, WILTON ARE CHINA VASE AND COVER, footed ovoid form with domed cover, gilt printed with exotic birds amongst flowering foliage, on a mottled blue lustre ground, gilt lined rims and knop, 14 ¼” (36.2cm) high, printed mark (af.) £40-60



23.

LIBERTY AND CO., ENGLISH PEWTER DISH, shallow circular form with embossed floral centre and pierced border, 5” (12.7cm) diameter, impressed marks and No. 0546, together with a ‘Just’ planished pewter flared FRUIT BOWL on pedestal base, 5” (12.7cm) high, 8 ¼2 (21cm) diameter and an ELECTROPLATED PLANISHED CIRCULAR PEDESTAL BOWL with floral pierced border, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high, 9 ½” (24.1cm) diameter (3) £50-80

24.

WILSHAW AND ROBINSON CARLTON WARE ‘NEW MIKADO’ PATTERN POTTERY FRUIT BOWL, steep sided, footed, gilt printed with dwelling in an oriental river landscape, on a deep blue ground, 3 ½” (8.9cm) high, 9 ¾” (24.7cm) diameter, printed mark and painted pattern No. 2729 £40-60

25.

THREE MODERN MURANO GLASS MODELS OF BIRDS, with deep purple and white lined inclusions, comprising near pair, upright 8” (20.3cm) high, the other 6” (15.2cm) high (3) £40-60

26.

1930’s LALIQUE OPALESCENT MOULDED GLASS BOWL, stencilled signature ‘R. Lalique, France’ 8” diameter £180-220

27.

TWO LORNA BAILEY POTTERY MODELS OF COMICAL CATS, one modelled with tin of tuna, 5” (12.7cm) high, painted marks (2) £25-35

28.

PAIR OF MORLEY ‘PIXIE’ POTTERY CONDIMENTS, one modelled riding on the back of a hare (af.) the OTHER emerging from a toadstool with a dog at the base, printed marks 4” (10.2cm) high (2) £20-30

29.

SET OF THREE ART DECO FAN SHAPED CHROME AND MOULDED GLASS WALL LIGHTS, 8 ½” (21.6cm) high, 10 ¼” (26cm) wide (3) £25-35


30.

INTERESTING ENAMELLED METAL SHALLOW DISH, probably continental, the interior painted with courtiers on a white ground, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) diameter £20-30

31.

SEVENTEEN T.G. GREEN ‘CORNISH KITCHEN WARE’ BLUE AND WHITE BANDED POTTERY STORAGE JARS AND COVERS, comprising SUGAR 7 ½” high (cover af.), TEA, CURRANTS AND RAISINS x 2, 6 ½” high, UNMARKED, 6” high, GROUND RICE AND BEANS, 5 ¾” high, BARLEY (af.) 5 ½” high, UNMARKED , 4” high, COCOA-NUT, 4 ¼” high, THYME, GINGER, CANDIED-PEEL AND SPICE, 3 ½” high, UNMARKED (cylindrical) 7” high and MARMALADE (cylindrical) lacking cover, 3 5/8” high and a SPARE FLAT COVER 3 ½” diameter, printed marks (18) £150-200

32.

33.

34.

BURSLEY WARE CHARLOTTE RHEAD ‘TRELLIS’ PATTERN TUBE LINED POTTERY JUG, baluster form with loop handle, decorated in yellow, blue, red, green, yellow and orange lustre with scrolling stylised foliage above a chequered design on off white ground, printed mark, impressed mould No. 673 and pattern No. TL3, 8 ¼2 (21cm) high £70-90 TWO BURSLEY WARE CHARLOTTE RHEAD ‘TRELLIS’ PATTERN TUBE LINED POTTERY JUGS, one of slender ovoid form, 9 ½” (24.1cm) high, the other of slender baluster form, 9 ½” (24.1cm) high, printed and impressed marks, tube lined pattern No. TL3 (2) £100-150 FOUR PIECES OF BURSLEY WARE/ CHARLOTTE RHEAD ‘TRELLIS’ PATTERN TUBE LINED POTTERY comprising OBLONG TWO HANDLED TRAY, 11” x 5 ½” (28cm x 14cm), PAIR OF CANDLE HOLDERS, mould No. 223, 2 ¼” (5.7cm) high and a WALL POCKET, 5 ½” (14cm) high, printed marks (4) £100-150



35.

THIRTY TWO PIECE HAND PAINTED GRAFTON CHINA PART TEA SERVICE, now suitable for eight persons, floral painted comprising EIGHT CUPS, ELEVEN SAUCERS, NINE SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG, SUGAR BOWL AND BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, printed mark and painted pattern No. 6304 (31) £25-35

36.

LARGE CLEAR GLASS FLOOR STANDING FLOWER VASE, footed ovoid form, 25” (63.5cm) high £20-30

37.

MODERN ROSENTHAL ‘HOME’ SMOKEY GREY GLASS DOUBLE GOURD VASE, stencilled mark, 15” (38.1cm) high £40-60

38.

MODERN ROSENTHAL STUDIO LINE BLACK GLASS PLATE, stencilled mark, 13” (33cm) diameter £10-15

39.

JAMES JOSEPH COLLINS MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS Signed to reverse and dated ‘July 08’ 30” x 40” (76.2cm x 101.6cm) £100-150

40.

MARQUET, PAIR OF COLD PAINTED GILT BRONZE AND IVORY FIGURES of a courtier and his companion on green veined onyx bases, approx 8 ½” (21.5cm) high overall, impressed Marquet she is numbered 8324 and he is numbered 8272, both base inscribed ‘France’ underneath (2) (both with empty hands) £500-700

41.

PAIR OF ENAMELLED COPPER VASES, signed F.G. Roger, of ovoid form with slightly waisted necks, each painted with courtiers and companions, with ‘tinfoil’ enhanced clothing, in rural landscapes, both signed, set between bronzed rims, 7 ¼” (8.4cm) high (2) £100-150

42.

AN FRENCH FROSTED GLASS VASE, orbicular, moulded with grapes against vine leaves, 8” (20.3cm) high, moulded mark ££25-45


designers, comprising ‘Suomi’ by Timo Sarpaneva ‘Asimmetria’ by Bjorn Wiinblad, ‘Zauberflote’ by Bjorn Wiinblad, ‘Cupola’ by Mario Bellini ‘Ikarus’ by Paul Wunderlich ‘Flash’ by Dorothy Hafner, ‘Polygon’ by Tapio Wirkkala and ‘Gropius-Series’ by Prof Walter Gropius/McMillen, printed marks (8) £80-120 45.

MODERN ROSENTHAL STUDIO LINE ‘ANDY WARHOL EMPIRE COLLECTION’ PORCELAIN SLEEVE VASE, printed mark and impressed No. 12827/26, 10” (25.4cm) high £40-60

46.

MODERN ROSENTHAL STUDIO LINE ‘ANDY WARHOL’ EMPIRE COLLECTION PORCELAIN VASE, oblong, printed mark, 7” (17.8cm) high £40-60

47.

MODERN ROSENTHAL STUDIO LINE ‘ANDY WARHOL NEW YORK’ GLASS BOWL, 2 ¾” (7cm) high, 5 ½” (14cm) diameter £25-35

48.

MODERN JASPER CONRAD TEXTURED BLACK LEATHER FRAMED OBLONG WALL MIRROR, with bevel edged plate, 39 ½” 31 ½” (100.3cm x 80cm) £60-90

49.

MODERN STUDDED BLACK LEATHER AND COW SKIN SQUARE TRUNK, 17 ¼” (43.8cm) £70-90

50.

MODERN TEXTURED BLACK LEATHER AND COWSKIN WAISTED CIRCULAR FOOTSTOOL, with side handles, 17 ¼” (43.8cm) high £50-80

51.

MURANO COLOURED GLASS CLOWN PATTERN DECANTER AND STOPPER 14 ½” (36.8cm) high and a BLUE GLASS BOWL, 3 ½” (8.9cm) high, 4 ½” (11.4cm) diameter (2) £40-50

Lot 40

Lot 41 43.

44.

TWENTY TWO PIECE SHELLEY ‘CHARM’ PATTERN CHINA TEA SET FOR SIX PERSONS, floral printed with gilt lined rims and handles, comprising CUPS, SAUCERS AND SIDE PLATES, TEAPOT, MILK JUG, SUGAR BOWL AND SANDWICH PLATE, together with a MATCHING BREAKFAST TEACUP AND SAUCER, printed marks, pattern No. 13752 (24) £25-35 COLLECTION OF EIGHT ROSENTHAL ‘STUDIO LINIE’ WHITE GLAZED MINIATURE TEAPOTS, after famous 


54.

CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU TWO HANDLED POTTERY PEDESTAL VASE, ovoid form with angular handles to the short waisted neck, printed with a design of Blue poppies, on a gilt ground, 12” (30.5cm) high, painted gilt No. 5878 and incised No. 188, together with a JOS STEIR, QUIMPER ‘Cloisonne’ FAIENCE POTTERY MOON FLASK, decorated with flowers, 9” (22.9cm) high, impressed and printed mark (af.) (2) £40-60

55.

PAIR OF 1950’s ARTHUR WOOD WHITE GLAZED POTTERY ARUM LILY FORM VASES, on stepped oval bases, 16” high £60-80

56.

AN UNUSED PAIR OF TURN (BOHEMIA) RIESSNER, STELLMACHER AND KESSEL PORCELAINOUS VASES, each formed of a stylised duck with two ducklings nestling beneath its breast, the matt brown glaze picked out in thick pale and dark green, purplish/ blue, ochre, black and pink enamels, impressed marks £200-300

57.

PAIR OF CIRCA 1910 FROSTED GLASS PENDANT ELECTRIC CEILING LIGHTS, with white metal mounts, each stencilled in black and orange/pink with stylised Art Nouveau decoration, 10” high £120-180

Lot 52A 52.

WADE/MABEL LUCIE ATTWELL PORCELAIN GROUP, modelled as a child walking a dog, 3 1/8” (7.9cm) high, together with a BESWICK POTTERY MODEL OF A BROWN FOAL, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) high and CYLINDRICAL POTTERY VASE, decorated in gilt with a fruiting vine, 12” (30.5cm) high, various marks (3) £30-50

52A. GOLDSCHEIDER ‘TARANTELLA’ POTTERY FIGURE BY J. LORENZL, modelled in striking pose, wearing two piece floral pink outfit with flowing skirt and holding a tambourine, on an oval black domed base (af.) impressed and printed marks, paper label and impressed No’s 6753, 148, 16, 14 ½” (36.8cm) high £80-120 53.

1930’s SHELLEY PORCELAIN 31 PIECE PART TEA AND FRUIT SERVING SET, comprising TWO SANDWICH PLATES, SIX PLATES, SIX SAUCERS, POTTERY TEAPOT, SUGAR BOWL, CREAM JUG, SIX CUPS (one later decorated) SIX DISHES AND SERVING BOWL, design number S.R. 2129, Reg No. 735121 (31) £50-70

BESWICK AND ROYAL DOULTON 58.

BESWICK BISQUE MODEL FO A CHAMPION WELSH MOUNTAIN PONY ‘Gredington Simwnt 3614, on an oval wooden plinth £30-40

59.

BESWICK MODEL OF A GAUCHO PUSHING A STUBBORN MULE, laden with grape filled baskets, model No. 1224, also a PAIR OF BESWICK FALLOW DEER STAG AND HIND (repair to antler) (3) £80-100

60.

*BESWICK POTTERY MODEL OF A CANTERING SHIRE HORSE, brown gloss, 8 ¾” high printed mark, model No. 975 (one leg af.)

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61.

THREE ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUGS, large size, ‘Portos’ D6440, ‘North American Indian’ D6611 and ‘Long John SIlver’ D6335 (3) £60-90

72.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA TEA FOR TWO TEA SET, of six pieces, plain green with yellow and black striped border, viz 2 CUPS AND SAUCERS, MILK JUG AND SUGAR BASIN (6) £20-30

62.

ROYAL DOULTON LIMITED EDITION FIGURE ‘Carmen’ HN 3993, No. 294/12500, from the ‘Opera Heroines’ collection £50-80

73.

ROYAL DOULTON (BURSLEM) FIGURE ‘Viking’ HN 2375, (1973-76) matt finish £40-60

63.

ROYAL DOULTON LIMITED EDITION FIGURE ‘Ellen - Lady of the Year 1997’, HN 3992 issued limited to 1997, with certificate £30-40

74.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Country Lass’ HN 1991 £50-75

75.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Tuppence a Bag’ HN 2320 £25-35

76.

ROYAL DOULTON CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Amy - Figure of the Year 1991’ HN 3316, issue limited to 1991 £80-120

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Silks and Ribbons’ HN 2017 £25-35

77.

66.

ROYAL DOULTON CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Janet’ HN 1537, copyright 1932 £30-50

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Cup of Tea’ HN 2322 £35-50

78.

67.

ROYAL DOULTON CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Christmas Day 1999’ HN 4212

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘The Master’ HN 2325 £35-50

79.

68.

ROYAL DOULTON FIGURE ‘DINKY DOO’ HN 2120, 4 ½” high and a SMALL SIZED CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Ninette’ modelled by Peggy Davies, HN 3215, 3 ¾” high (2) £40-50

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Old Balloon Seller’ HN 1315 £30-40

69.

ROYAL DOULTON CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Winters Walk’ sculptured by J. Bromley, HN 4689, limited edition No. 8183/15000 £40-60

70.

ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG ‘Sargt. Buz Fuz’, small size, 3 ¼” high and ROYAL DOULTON ‘GAFFERS’ SERIES WARE SHAVING MUG, 4 ½” high £30-50

71.

THREE ROYAL DOULTON CHINA COLLECTORS PLATED DECORATED WITH SCENES BY DONG KINGMAN ‘Grand Canal, Venice’ etc. in limited edition of 15,000 and ANOTHER ‘Water Lilies’ (three boxed) (4) £20-30

64.

65.

ROYAL DOULTON CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Christmas Day 2000’, HN 4242 £30-50

Lot 73 11


80.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Balloon Man’ HN 1954 £30-40

81.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Rose’ HN 1368 4 ¾” (12cm) high, printed mark £25-35

82.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Cissie’ HN 1809, 5” (12.7cm) high, printed mark £30-50

83.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Mary had a Little Lamb’ HN 2048, 3 ½” (8.9cm) high, printed and painted marks £40-60

84.

ROYAL DOULTON LARGE POTTERY CHARACTER JUG, ‘Sairey Gamp’ should be D5451, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high, printed mark £20-30

85.

ROYAL DOULTON SMALL POTTERY CHARACTER JUG ‘FALSTAFF’ D6385, 3 ½” (8.9cm) high, printed mark £10-20

86.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Fragrance’ HN 2334, 7 ½” (19cm) high, printed mark £35-50

87.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘Autumn Breezes’ HN 1911, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) high, printed and painted mark £50-80

88.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘BABY BUNTING’ HN 2108, (small chip to right ear tip) £40-60

89.

ROYAL DOULTON OLD ENGLISH SCENES POTTERY SERIES WARE PLAQUE, ‘The Gipsies’ 10 ½” diameter, ANOTHER ‘ Home Waters’ No. D6434 design by W.E. Grace, 10 ½” diameter, A SERIES WARE FRUIT BOWL, rural landscape No. D4585, 9” diameter and ROYAL DOULTON ‘FENLAND’ PATTERN OVAL PLATTER, 15 ¼” wide (4) £30-40

90.

ROYAL DOULTON FIGURE ‘Genevieve’ HN 1962, ANOTHER ‘Julia’ HN 2705 and ‘Fair Lady’ HN 2193 (3) £60-80

91.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURE ‘The Belle’ HN 754 (hand missing) £90-130

92.

ROYAL DOULTON (Burslem) GOLDEN EAGLE DECANTER for Whyte and Mackay Scotch Whiskey, modelled by J.G. Tongue 1984, 10 ½” high £50-70

93.

PAIR OF DOULTON AND SLATERS (Lambeth) STONEWARE EWERS, with chine decorated bodies, 10 ¾” high , together with A SIMILAR TEAPOT (3) £100-150

94.

EARLY 1900’S ROYAL DOULTON (BURSLEM) PORCELAIN OVAL PLAQUE, painted autour in blue monochrome with a young lady sat upon rocks beside the sea, 13 ¾” high (small crack the edge and applied at the back with suspension loops) £60-80

95.

DOULTON AND SLATERS (LAMBETH) ORNAMENTAL STONEWARE JUG, 8 ½” high, a DOULTON (Lambeth) STONEWARE BROWN GLAZED JUG with ‘sprigged’ decoration and silver rim mount hallmarked, London 1885, 8” high, ANOTHER SMALLER AND SIMILAR BEAKER (4) £50-70

96.

ROYAL DOULTON CHINA GROUP ‘Afternoon Tea’, HN 1747 6” (15.2cm) high, printed mark £50-80

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97.

ROYAL DOULTON ‘UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE’ SERIES WARE POTTERY TEAPOT, oval with loop handle , printed and washed with figures in a wooded clearing, printed mark, D 3751 (13.5cm) high £20-30

98.

ROYAL DOULTON ‘WATER LILY’ PATTERN POTTERY JUG, ribbed baluster form with loop handle, decorated with flowers on a multi coloured sponged ground, pattern No. D6343, 8 ½” (21.6cm) high, together with a SIMILARLY DECORATED AVON WARE PATTERN SALAD BOWL, with servers, 3” (7.6cm) high, 10” (23.5cm) diameter and FIELDING’S DEVON WARE ‘OLD SAXON MILL GUY’S CLIFF WARWICK’ CIRCULAR PLAQUE, 13 ¼” (33.6cm) diameter, various marks (5) (one salad server re-glued) £25-35

99.

Lot 104 102. GRADUATED PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON ‘HAPPY JOHN’ POTTERY TOBY JUGS, 9” and 5 ½” high, printed mark £25-35

ROYAL DOULTON LARGE ‘HOME WATERS’ SERIES WARE POTTERY PLAQUE (D6434) printed and washed with a quayside scene, 13” (33cm) diameter, together with FOUR ROYAL DOULTON SERIES WARES PLATES, ‘Jester’ (D6277) ‘Rustic England’ (D6297) ANOTHER printed and washed with Roger Solem, Cobbler Shop (D6302) and ANOTHER decorated with a coastal view (D6310) 10 ½” (26.7cm) diameter, FOX HUNTING TEACUPS, ‘Coaching’ saucer and square saucer and side plate (D3647) printed marks (9) £50-80

103. ROYAL DOULTON ‘GEMSTONES COLLECTION’ CHINA FIGURE ‘October Opal’ 6 ¾” (17.1cm) high, boxed, together with a SMALL ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG ‘Parson Brown’ 3 ¼” (8.2cm) high, TWO SMALLER ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUGS ‘Robin Hood’ (first version) and ‘John Peel’ 2 ½” (6.3cm) high and a SHORTER AND SON, CHARACTER JUG of ‘Father Neptune’ 3 ¾” (9.5cm) high, various marks (5) £35-45 104. ROYAL DOULTON ‘MOTHER BUNNYKIN’ BUNNYKINS POTTERY MODEL circa 1940, modelled seated wit ha sleeping bunny in her lap, printed marks and impressed mould No. 8305, 7” (17.8cm) high £500-700

100. THREE ROYAL DOULTON SMALL POTTERY FIGURE ‘Sister Mary Barbara Bunnykins’ (BD334) 4 ½” high, ‘Mowgli (JB1) 3” high (ground mark) and ‘Falstaff’ (HN 3236) 4” high and TWO BOXED BESWICK POTTERY FIGURE ‘Get Well Soon’, (LL32) and ‘To Mother’ (LL5) 4 ¼” high, printed marks (5) £30-50 101. FOUR SMALL ROYAL DOULTON POTTERY CHARACTER JUGS, ‘Merlin; (D6536), ‘Long John Silver’ (D6386), ‘Aramis’ (D6454), printed marks 4” high (4) and ‘George Washing’ (D6824) ground mark £30-45

105. BESWICK SGRAFFITI DECORATED POTTERY JUG, swollen, footed form with pointy spout and wavy handle, painted in colours with stylised flowering foliage, beneath a stiff leaf border, 8 ¾” (22.2cm) high, impressed mark and mould No. 790 (chip to foot rim) £40-60

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SUGAR BOWL, BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, NINE DINNER PLATES AND LUNCH PLATES, SIX SOUP PLATES, PAIR OF OVAL TUREENS AND COVER, GRAVY BOAT and stand and an OVAL MEAT PATTERN, printed marks (57) £120-180 110. SIXTY PIECE ROYAL DOULTON ‘ROUNDELAY’ PATTERN CHINA PART DINNER AND TEA SERVICE, with slender green floral printed border and gilt lined rims, comprising TEN TEA CUPS, EIGHT SAUCERS, NINE SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG, SUGAR BOWL and cover, TEN DINNER PLATES, TEN DESSERT PLATES, NINE FRUIT DISHES and a PAIR OF OVAL MEAT PLATTERS, printed marks (10) £50-75

COALPORT

Lot 108 106. DOULTON, BURSLEM ‘ROYLES PATENT SELF POURING’ BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY TEAPOT, bellied form, printed in the aesthetic taste with shaped panels containing birds and tapestry design on a ground of flowering branches, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high, printed mark £30-50 107.

LARGE DOULTON LAMBETH STONEWARE AUTUMN LEAVES DESIGN JARDINERES, of cauldron shape £40-60

108. ROYAL DOULTON POTTERY VASE, by Hannah Barlow, slender ovoid form with short waisted neck, decorated with an incised band of grazing sheep, between blue and green stylised floral borders, on a brown ground, 10 ¾” (27.3cm) high, impressed factory mark and incised artist’s monogram (chip to foot rim) £180-220 109. FIFTY SEVEN PIECE ROYAL DOULTON ‘SOVEREIGN’ PATTERN CHINA PART DINNER AND TEA SERVICE, now sufficient for six persons, with gilt printed scrolling leafy borders, comprising TEA POT, SIX TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, TWELVE SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG,

111. COALPORT CHINA FIGURE ‘The Ascot Lady 1985’, a special edition figurine wearing a David Shilling creation and floral encrusted hat, No. 435 in a limited edition of 750, 1985 £20-30 112. THREE COALPORT SMALL SIZED CRINOLINE FIGURE ‘Becky’, ‘Jennifer’ and ‘Cassie’, 5 ¼” high and ANOTHER in bisque porcelain ‘Beau MondeRose’ 1994 (4) £40-60 113. COALPORT CHINA FIGURE ‘Madam Butterfly’ from the ‘Opera House Collection’, issued in a limited edition of 334/12000, CW418, 9 ½” high £20-30

ROYAL WORCESTER 114. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN SQUAT FORM VASE, with short floriated pierced neck, the shoulder painted by John Stinton with cattle watering in a river landscape, date code for 1912, design number 6703, 5 ½” high (damaged and repaired) £180-220 115. ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA F.G. DOUGHTY ALLEGORICAL FIGURE ‘September’ young boy with a cat, No. 3457, 4 ¼” high £40-60 14


116. PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS, with blue printed anthemion festoon decoration (4) £20-30 117.

123. VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN PART DESSERT SERVICE OF TWO LOW COMPORTS AND FOUR PLATES, each decorated with diverse flower sprays and butterflies, date code for 1886 also a PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER BOTANICAL SPECIMEN PLATES designed by A.H. Williamson (8) £50-70

1930’s ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA FIGURE ‘The Duchess’s Dress’ modelled by F.G. Doughty, 9” (22.9cm) high, printed and painted mark, date code for 1938 (cracked) £80-120

118. NINETEENTH CENTURY HAND PAINTED DERBY PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED PEDESTAL URN, of campana form with gilt serpent handles, painted in colours with a broad band of summer flowers, to the upper body above a gilt embellished lower body and foot, 8” (20.3cm) high partial red painted mark (one handle af.) £150-200

124. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER FLUTED PORCELAIN TRIO, comprising SAUCER DISH 5” (12.7cm) diameter, TEA BOWL, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) diameter and COFFEE CUP 2 ½2 (6.3cm) high painted in dark blue and gilt with stylised border unmarked (3) £50-80

119. PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES of a courtier and his companion, peach glazed with gilt highlights, 5 ½” (14cm) high, underglazed blue marks (2) £50-80 120. LATE VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN SCALLOPED EDGE PLATE, the peach blushed ivory ground, transfer printed and enamelled with flowers, date code for 1900, design No. 1416, 8 ½” diameter, also a SMALL FRENCH (Gien) FAIENCE VASE (cracked) (2) £20-30 121. WORCESTER LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MUG/TANKARD of cylindrical form with simple reeded loop handle, underglaze decoration of scattered fruit sprigs and single flowers, blue crescent mark, 6” high £120-160

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122. VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH CHINA JUG, ovoid form with upright spout and moulded handle, printed and painted with flowers, set between gilt lined rims and handle, 4 ½” (11.4cm) high, green printed mark, date mark for 1900 and mould No. 1094 (spout and foot rim chipped) Lot 124 15


125. ROYAL WORCESTER WHITE GLAZED DOLPHIN AND SHELL MOULDED DISH on an oval base, 4 ½” (11.4cm) high, 5” (12.7cm) long, green printed mark and date code for 1966 ££30-50 126. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ROYAL WORCESTER LEAF MOULDED MILK JUG AND SUGAR BASIN, both white glazed, the JUG 5” high, date mark for 1928, THE TWO HANDLED BASIN 3” high, date mark for 1929 (mark possibly ground) green printed marks (2) £15-20 127.

SET OF SIX EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ROYAL WORCESTER HAND PAINTED CHINA COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS, all decorated with fruit, gilt centres, handles and interiors comprising FOUR CUPS signed W. Hale and two signed ‘Moseley’ 2” (5.1cm) high, FOUR SAUCERS, signed ‘Moseley’, one signed N.H. Price and the other apparently unsigned, 4 ¼” (10.8cm) diameter, blue and pink printed marks, date marks for 1930-1933, together with a SET OF TWELVE SILVER GILT COFFEE SPOONS by Charles Boyton and Son, Sheffield 1930 and 1931 (24) £800-1200

127A. EIGHTY FOUR PIECE MODERN ROYAL WORCESTER ‘BERNINA’ PATTERN CHINA TEA AND DINNER SERVICE FOR 12 PERSONS, comprising 14 TEACUPS,

12 SAUCERS, SIDE PLATES, DINNER PLATES, DESSERT PLATES AND SOUP PLATES, PAIR OF MILK JUGS AND SUGAR BOWLS, PAIR OF LARGE CIRCULAR TWO HANDLED TUREENS with cover, one with stand (?) OVAL MEAT PLATTER AND A SAUCE BOAT (handle af.) with stand, printed marks (84) £200-300

ROYAL CROWN DERBY 128. ROYAL CROWN DERBY ‘IMARI’ DECORATED PORCELAIN PAPERWEIGHT, modelled as ‘Pheasant’ 6 ½” long and A ‘COCKERELL’ CONTINENTAL CHINA PAPER WEIGHT, in similar taste (2) £50-8 129. ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA ‘JAPAN’ PATTERN TEA SERVICE FOR 12 PERSONS, 40 pieces, in Imari Palette, viz 12 CUPS, 12 SAUCERS, 12 SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG, SUGAR BASIN AND 2 BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES, date code for 1919, pattern NO. 2451 £250-350 130. ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA ‘JAPAN’ PATTERN CIRCULAR DEEP BOWL, 7 ¼” diameter, date code for 1918 £30-50 130A. NINETEENTH CENTURY ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA DOUBLE VASE, the two conjoined gourd shaped vases having small cup shaped necks and brightly enamelled and gilt bird and floral decoration to each side, 3 ¼” high, printed mark, circa 1880 £150-200

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131. ROYAL CROWN DERBY JAPAN PATTERN CHINA TUREEN, COVER AND STAND, circular with rustic moulded handles and oak leaf and acorn pattern moulded finial, painted in the Imari palette and gilt with floral panels, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high, printed mark, pattern No. 1128 £100-150 132. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY TWENTY PIECE ROYAL CROWN DERBY JAPAN PATTERN CHINA TEA SET FOR SIX PERSONS, circa 1910-20, painted in the Imari palette and gilt with floral panels, comprising SIX TEA CUPS, SAUCERS AND SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG AND SUGAR BOWL, together with a later MATCHING BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, printed marks, pattern No. 1128 (21) £300-400

134. ROYAL CROWN DERBY JAPAN PATTERN CHINA OBLONG BOX AND COVER, painted in the Imari palette and gilt with floral panels, 4 ¼” x 3 ¾” (10.8cm x 9.5cm) printed mark, pattern No. 1128 £40-60 135. NINETEENTH CENTURY DERBY CROWN JAPAN PATTERN PORCELAIN PLATE, decorated in the Imari palette and gilt with flowering foliage with a scrolling, stylised floral border, 8 ¾” (22.2cm) diameter, printed and impressed marks £20-30 136. GRADUATED PAIR OF ROYAL CROWN DERBY ‘DERBY POSIES’ CHINA JUGS, 3 ½” and 4” (8.9cm and 10.2cm) high, together with a SIMILAR ROSENTHAL ‘Madeleine’ TWO HANDLED TRAY, SHELLEY CIRCULAR JAR AND COVER, decorated with flowers and a SIMILAR ROYAL TUSCAN CHINA OBLONG DISH, printed marks (5) £10-20

133. ROYAL CROWN DERBY JAPAN PATTERN OCTAGONAL CHINA BOWL, painted in the Imari palette and gilt with floral panels, 3 ¼2 (8.2cm) high, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) wide, printed mark, pattern No. 2451 £40-60

137.

NINETEENTH CENTURY DERBY IMARI PORCELAIN BREAKFAST CUP AND SAUCER, floral painted puce painted marks, together with a SIMILAR LATER EXAMPLE, burnt orange printed crown mark, painted pattern No. 2614 (4) £30-50

138. THIRTY SIX PIECE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY ROYAL CROWN DERBY ‘JAPAN’ PATTERN PART TEA SERVICE, now suitable for nine persons, decorated with panelled borders, comprising 12 CUPS AND SAUCERS, 9 SIDE PLATES, PAIR OF BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES AND A MILK JUG, printed marks, date cyphers for 1917 and 1918, painted pattern No. 8450 (36) £200-300

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ORIENTAL CERAMICS

Lot 139 139. RARE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL BASIN intended for use with a washing or basin stand, the interior in rose pink polychrome enamels with gilt, the centre with a roundel enclosing a shield ad crest with foliated mantling, beneath a wide border, beneath the gilt rim with four opposing cartouches enclosing crests and monograms, divided by panels of gilt foliage, each centered by a green parakeet, the exterior without decoration, 13 ¼” diameter (star crack to base and rubbed gilding) Edward (R), Dictionary of English Furniture, p.636, pl.6, for basin stand with similar bowl in situ £600-800 140. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN OVIFORM TWO HANDLED VASE, well painted in typical palette with opposing panels of figures in river landscapes, enriched with gilding, 12 ¼” high (repaired) a JAPANESE PORCELAIN BIJEN FIGURE decorated in polychrome enamels, 10 ½” high and a CHINESE GINGER JAR decorated with shaped panels of polychromed flowering plants reserves on a powder blue ground (3) £70-90 141. PRE WAR JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED PEDESTAL BOWL, the centre painted with an Egyptian landscape with bedouin on camel back, blue and richly gilt borders, 10 ½” across (over handles) £50-70

142. TWO JAPANESE IMARI SHALLOW DISHES, A SMALL JAPANESE IMARI BOWL, A SMALL CHINESE BOTTLE VASE, painted in underglaze blue with later Canton ‘Clobbering’ in rose and other enamels and a CHINESE PRUNUS BLOSSOM DECORATED GINGER JAR (minus cover) (5) £20-30 143. PAIR OF PRE-WAR JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED SHOULDER VASES, each with painted landscape panels in English taste reserves on a sky blue ground enriched wit gilding, 7” high (2) £90-130 144. PAIR OF PRE WAR JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN VASES, with square section waisted necks, the orbicular bodies each painted with an encircling wooded landscape landscape in English taste, the necks with gilt enriched sky blue ground, 6” high (2) £60-80 145. THREE SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN CIRCULAR SHALLOW DISHES ON STANDS, each edged with a copper band, painted in underglaze blue and conforming Buddhistic lions playing with brocaded balls, each with a four character hallmark, 6” diameter and SMALLER (3) £60-80 146. PAIR OF EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY JAPANESE KIOTO SATSUMA POTTERY WAISTED HEXAGONAL VASES, broadly painted and gilt with panels of male and female figures, 7 ¼” high (2) £30-40

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147.

154. FOUR PIECES OF TWENTIETH CENTURY ORIENTAL PORCELAIN, comprising FLUTED IMARI FRUIT BOWL, floral painted, 4 ½” (1¼cm) high, 10” (25.4cm) diameter, on associated hardwood stand, TWO OVOID BLUE AND WHITE VASES and covers, 8 ¼ and 11” (21 and 28cm) high (both damaged) and a FAMILLE VERTE GINGER JAR AND COVER, 8” (20.3cm) high (4) £60-90

PAIR OF EARLY 1900’s JAPANESE KIOTO SATSUMA POTTERY VASES, broadly enamelled and gilt with opposing panels of figures and birds amongst flowers divided by brocaded borders, 6 ¼” high £60-80

148. PRE WAR 28 PIECE JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE (one cup missing) £70-90 149. JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN FOOTED BOWL, the exterior painted with a band of figures above a stiff leaf border, the interior with central medallion of a phoenix in flight within a border of dragons and cloud forms, 2 ½” (6.3cm) high, 4” (10.2cm) diameter £30-50 150. PAIR OF NORITAKE TWO HANDLED DISHES, quatrefoil with blue and gilt borders ,1 ¼” (3.2cm) high, 6 ¼” (15.8cm) wide, turquoise printed mark (2) £10-20 151. NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR AND COVER, typical form, painted with two four toed dragons, amongst flowering foliage, 10” (25.3cm) high, four character underglazed blue mark to base £40-60 152. THREE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY TEACUPS, typical form, painted with figural panels on tapestry and floral grounds, 2 ½” (6.3cm) high (3) £30-50 153. FIFTEEN PIECE JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY TEASET FOR SIX PERSONS, painted with seated figures, the TEAPOT two handled SUCRIER AND COVER (af.) and MILK JUG and cover, all moulded with gilt dragons (15) £90-130

155. ORIENTAL BLACK VEINED MARBLE SEVEN PIECE SAKE SET, comprising baluster DECANTER, with turned stopper, 7 ½” (19cm) high and SIX CUPS, on a MATCHING CIRCULAR TRAY, together with a PAIR OF BLACK LACQUERED OBLONG SERVING TRAYS, oriental grey veined marble circular JAR AND COVER, on carved hardwood stand, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) high, overall and a GREEN VEINED MARBLE CIRCULAR ASHTRAY,with matching cylindrical CIGARETTE HOLDER, both carved in low relief with borders of figures and chariots (10) £30-50 156. WELL PAINTED MODERN JAPANESE LARGE PORCELAIN VASE, ovoid form with lipped rim, decorated in colours and gilt with peacocks, amongst flowering foliage, 12 ¼” (31.1cm) high, underglazed blue mark, together with an ARITA, ENAMELLED PORCELAIN VASE, painted with butterflies and flowering rockwork beneath a tapestry panel border, 9 ½” (24.1cm) high and an Imari VASE AND COVER AND MATCHING GINGER JAR AND COVER, in a glazed black plastic display stand (3) £30-50 157.

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MODERN HAND PAINTED JAPANESE POTTERY FOOTED DISH, decorated with flowering foliage, 10” (25.4cm) diameter, together with a SET OF FIVE BLUE AND WHITE TEA ( ?) BOWLS, decorated with animals, in wood case, PAIR OF MODERN CELADON GLAZED VASES, similar fluted orbicular VASE and FOUR OTHER ITEMS £20-30


158. SATSUMA EARTHENWARE OVULAR VASE painted autour with figures, buildings and islands, 9 ¾” high, seal signature on base £40-60 159. ORIENTAL PORCELAIN LARGE GROUP OF TWO FIGURES, with bisque features and glazed tunics, man seated reading a book and woman standing looking over his shoulder, 13” high and the blackwood oblong stand £50-80 160. MODERN ORIENTAL CHINA BARREL SHAPED GARDEN SEAT, with famille rose decoration, figures in reserves on a green and floral ground £20-30 161. CHINESE GLASS HOLLOW BALL, inside painted with numerous young children in a garden, 4” diameter, on a wooden stand, in silk tapestry covered box £25-35 162. LARGE FAR EASTERN CARVED DARKWOOD GROUP, modelled as a man riding on the back of a phoenix which stands on the back of a turtle, 16” (40.6cm) high £80-120 163. TWO GABON, AFRICAN CARVED IVORY FIGURES, of a woman and elderly man, 4 ¾” and 5 ¼” (12cm and 13.3cm) high, respectively on ebony plinths (2) £80-120 164. LATE MEIJI PERIOD JAPANESE BONE INLAID BLACK LACQUERED OBLONG WALL PLAQUE, decorated with two figures in a landscape, 12” x 7 ½” (30.5cm x 19cm) losses, together with a MODERN SIMILARLY DECORATED PAIR, inlaid with mother o’pearl, 24” x 9 ¾” (61cm x 24.7cm) (3) £30-40

(41.9cm) high, four character underglazed blue mark to base (extensive restoration to rim and neck) £80-120 166. CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE FIGURE of a lady with flower basket and trailing veil, on a carved hardwood stand, 9 ½” (24.1cm) high overall £80-120 167.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE MODELS OF PERCHED BIRDS, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high (2) £60-90

168. CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE GROUP of two perched birds, 8 ¼” (21cm) high, on carved redwood stand £40-60 169. CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE TWO HANDLED VASE and cover, flattened ovoid form with rams mask captive ring handles, 6 ¼” (15.8cm) high £50-80 170. CHINESE CARVED ROSE QUARTZ VASE AND COVER, high shouldered form, carved in high relief with leafy fruiting branches, 6” (15/2cm) high £40-60 171.

PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED JADE MODELS OF MANDARIN DUCKS, on carved hardwood stands, 3” (7.6cm) high overall (2) £50-80

172. CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE FIGURE OF A LADY holding a fan, 5 ½” (14cm) high £30-50 173. CHINESE CARVED GREEN JADE FIGURE of a lady holding a fan and lotus blossom, 6 ¼” (15.8cm) high £40-60 174.

165. NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE YELLOW GROUND PORCELAIN VASE, footed baluster form with moulded four toed dragon to the tall slightly tapering neck, painted in underglazed blue with scrolling leafy and flowering foliage, above a lappet border, 16 ½”

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ORIENTAL CARVED IVORY CONCENTRIC BALL on tall stand, the ball with eight pierced inner layers and floral carved and pierced outer layer, 2 ½” (6.4cm) diameter, on an figural stand with pierced drum pattern centre section, 11 ¾” (29.8cm) high overall £100-150


175. TEN PIECES OF CHINESE CRACKLE GLAZED POTTERY, nine enamelled with figures, comprising FIVE VASES, including a PAIR 7 ¾” (19.7cm) high, FOUR GINGER JARS, two lacking covers, 5”-6” (12.7cm -15.cm) high and an INCENSE BURNER with figural supports, enamelled with flowers, lacking cover, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) high (10) £50-80 176.

177.

and bowl on a circular base, 5 ¼” (13.3cm) carved character mark to base (head loose) £50-75

NINE PIECE JAPANESE HAND PAINTED EGGSHELL PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE, painted with flowers and flowering foliage, comprising TEAPOT, MILK JUG, TWO HANDLED SUCRIER, THREE CUPS AND SAUCERS, (one cup af.) together with TWO SATSUMA TWO HANDLED KOROS AND COVERS, painted with figures on blue and gilt grounds, 4” (10.2cm) high (one cover af.) and a SIMILAR PAIR OF VASES, 5” (12.7cm) high, various marks (13) £30-40 TWENTIETH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, panelled ovoid form, the high domed cover and moulded Shi-Shi finial, typically decorated with landscape panels on a floral ground, 13 ½” (34.3cm) high, (cover repaired) £50-80

181. JAPANESE CARVED SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO, of a female holding a fan in her left hand, a casket in the other, on a circular base, the underside signed on an inset red seal, 7 ½” high £200-300 182. 1930’s JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN GARNITURE OF THREE VASES, the largest with domed cover, each with two handles, colourfully polychromed and gilt in European taste with reserved panels of stylised flowers divided by gilt vermiculated pale and darker blue borders, the largest vase 12” high, the smaller vases, 6” high (3) £80-120 183. JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN 39 PIECE TEA SERVICE (one cup absent) each with a cream border richly gilded (one cup af.) TWO FOLEY CHINA BOAR WAR CRESTED PLATES, TWO OTHERS in boxes (39) £80-120 183A. FIVE NINETEENTH CENTURY NANKING BLUE AND WHITE PLATES, A SMALL NANKING PLATE, THREE NANKING TEA BOWLS AND THREE MATCHED SAUCER, three NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE IMARI PLATES, a Japanese Imari PLATE, TWO JAPANESE IMARI saucers, three other oriental TEA BOWLS, A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI SMALL VASES and a PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE INVERTED BALUSTER SHAPE VASES, with covers (all af.) £120-180

178. JAPANESE ENAMELLED PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, with scrolled panels containing matching scenes of figures at leisure in fenced garden settings, on a blue ground, scattered with flowerheads, 13 ½” (34.3cm) high, six character overglaze painted marks to base £80-120 179. JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO, carved as a street vendor carrying corn cobs and a basket of fruit, with a pumpkin at his feet, on a circular base, 10” (25.4cm) high, carved character mark to base, (sections re-glued and hairline to one corn) £300-400

184. SET OF FOUR MODERN CHINESE HANGING WALL SCROLLS, painted in black ink on paper with respectively wild grasses, prunus blossom, chrysanthemum and bamboo, each with calligraphy and two red seals, mounted on machine embroidered silk with blue printed porcelain handles, 59” x 16” (overall) the drawings, 38” x 12 ½” (4) £300-400

180. JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SECTIONAL IVORY OKIMONO, carved as a street vendor carrying a double gourd 21


185. IMPRESSIVE JAPANESE LATE MEIJI/ TAISHO PERIOD CLOISONNE VASE, of Indian club form, decorated in colours with exotic birds and flowering leafy foliage on a midnight blue ground set between bronzed rims, 35 ¾” (90.8cm) high (af.) 186. CARVED BAMBOO GROUP OF A LOHAN RIDING ON THE BACK O F AN ELEPHANT, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high £15-20 187.

CHINESE CARVED BAMBOO MODEL OF A CEREMONIAL BARGE with dragon head figure head, 20 ½” (52cm) long £50-80

188. CHINESE BRONZE TANUKI PATTERN BUDDHISTIC BELL, modelled standing carrying a large bell around its neck and holding a beater in its right hand, dark brown patination, 10 ¼” (26cm) high £150-250 189. CHINESE SMALL CARVED STONE MODEL OF A RECUMBENT DOG (?) possibly Han Dynasty, 9 ½2 (6.3cm) long £25-35

190. CHINESE CARVED SOFTWOOD THREE DIVISION CAKE MOULD, 13 ½” (34.3cm) long on low trestle type stand (2) £15-25 191. JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NETSUKE, modelled as two boys on a carp, 1 ½” (3.8cm) long £25-35 192. JAPANESE CARVED IVORY NETSUKE, modelled as two rabbits with carrots, sat on top of storage containers, signed, 1 ¾” (4.4cm) high £25-35 193. HIRADO STYLE WHITE GLAZED PORCELAIN MODEL OF A POLAR BEAR, unmarked 4 ½” (11.4cm) long £30-50 194. JAPANESE CARVED HARDWOOD TWO CASE INRO, modelled as a recumbent dog, 2” (5cm) long £15-25 195. JAPANESE BRONZED AND POLISHED METAL HAND MIRROR, with embossed back and cane wrapped handle, 11 ½” (29.2cm) high in two piece ebonised softwood case £10-15 196. CHINESE CARVED DARK GREEN JADE FIGURE OF A SEATED BUDDHA, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) high £15-25 197.

CHINESE CARVED PADOUK WRITING SET, containing TWO BRUSHES AND INK TABLET, 6 ¾” x 3 ¼” (17.1cm x 8.2cm) (part af.) £20-30

EUROPEAN CERAMICS 198. EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY PEARLWARE HOT WATER PLATE, transfer printed in underglaze blue with a chinoiserie landscape with figures, perhaps Herculaneum (Liverpool) £40-60

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199. PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE RECUMBENT GREYHOUND PORCELAIN INKWELLS, typically modelled on oval gilt lined cobalt blue bases, 3 /2” *8.9cm) high, 5” (12.7cm) long (2) £50-70 22


200. PAIR OF GRIMWADES FIRST WORLD WAR PERIOD POTTERY WALL PLAQUES, design by Bruce Bairnsfather, 10” diameter (2) £50-70

204. JOSE A. CUNHA (CALDAS, PORTUGAL) ‘FIGULINES RUSTIQUES’ SMALL WALL PLAQUE in relief with a butterfly, snail and other insects on a moss encrusted ground, impressed mark, 7” diameter, also a SUSIE COOPER MUSTARD YELLOW GLAZED SHALLOW BOWL, incised signature, 7 ½” diameter (2) £70-90

201. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY POSSIBLY LIVERPOOL SMALL PORCELAIN WAISTED CYLINDRICAL MUG, painted in underglaze blue with chinoiserie flowering plants, rockwork and fence pattern, 2 ¼” high (chip to the base) a SMALL NEWHALL TYPE TEABOWL, A SMALL WEMYSS WARE TYPE POTTERY PIG MONEY BOX, the white glazed body splashed in green and brown, 4 ¾” long and an EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER with gilt vermiculated borders (5) £60-80

205. GOOD LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY PROBABLY BERLIN (unmarked) OVAL PORCELAIN PLAQUE, finely enamelled with a young lady in Renaissance costume, her hands clasped beneath her chin, a river landscape beyond, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high, contained in contemporary black papier mache frame £800-1200 206. VIENNA PORCELAIN TWO HANDLE TABLE LAMP BASE, of two handled urn form on broad spreading base with moulded feet, decorated with classical jewelled panels, on an off white and gilt ground, painted mark and indistinct titles to classical scenes, 14 ½” (36.8cm) high £80-120

202. LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PROBABLY LIVERPOOL PORCELAIN BOWL, transfer printed in underglaze blue with flower sprays, 8” diameter (chipped) together wit ha PAIR OF CONTINENTAL POTTERY SLIP DECORATED PLATES, A PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN MOULDED DESSERT DISHES enamelled with cornflower sprigs, five odd Meissen, Royal Worcester, Wedgwood and other TEACUPS/BOWLS AND SAUCERS, SUNDRY AND OTHER TEACUPS/BOWLS ETC. £60-80

207.

THIRTY SIX PIECE SCHUMANN, BAVARIAN CHINA PART TEA AND COFFEE SET, with floral and gilt borders, comprising ELEVEN TEACUPS, SEVENTEEN SAUCERS, FOUR COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS, gilt printed mark (36) £120-180

208. GERMAN (POTSCHAPPEL) CARL THIEME PORCELAIN ‘LAVENDER SELLER’ FIGURAL GROUP (small damage) £80-120

203. NINETEENTH CENTURY POSSIBLY CHARLES JAMES MASON POTTERY BOWL, transfer printed in underglaze blue and enamelled overglaze, standard blue printed ‘Mason’s patent Ironstone China’ mark, 10” diameter, together with a PAIR OF JAPANESE NORITAKE PORCELAIN PLATES, each enamelled with flowers, signed S. Kimura, FIVE CONTINENTAL/TURKISH FAIENCE DISHES, A SIMILAR VASE, AND SIX OTHER ITEMS (15) £40-60

209. PAIR OF SITZENDORF, GERMAN FLORAL ENCRUSTED PORCELAIN WALL BRACKETS, of serpentine outline with pierced ‘C’ scroll moulded backplates, painted in colours and gilt with winged cherubs amongst flowers, 8” x 7 ½” (20.3cm x 19cm) underglazed blue marks (2) £80-120

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213. TWO LATE EIGHTEENTH/EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS, floral painted, one with pink crosshatched with matching saucer, 5 ½” (14cm) diameter, TWO NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINOISERIE PRINTED AND PAINTED PORCELAIN TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, one matching SAUCER, blue and white Willow Pattern TEACUP, MATCHING NINETEENTH CENTURY PLATE, 9 ½” (24.1cm) diameter and a LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHINESE IMARI PORCELAIN PLATE (af.) 8 ½” (21.5cm) diameter (11) £15-25 214. WEDGWOOD NINETEENTH CENTURY BLACK BASSALTS CREAM JUG, straight sided and tapering with two engine turned bands, 4” high anda NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, design of fir tree and figure beneath (3) £25-40 Lot 210

215. PAIR OF EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY PARIAN WARE FIGURES OF PEKINGESE DOGS, depicting in seated pose and with ribbon round their necks, 6” wide and a POTTERY FIGURE OF A SEATED PUG DOG, fawn and black, 7 ½” high (some faults) £30-40

210. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY VIENNA PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUE, the central roundel enamelled after Angelica Kaufmann with ‘Amors Zeitvertreib’ within a Royal blue border enriched with gilding, signed ‘Kaufmann’ beehive mark overglaze and titled verso, contained in a Florentine carved giltwood frame £800-1000

216. PAIR OF RELIEF MOULDED AND PALE GREEN GLAZED EARTHENWARE TILES, Arts and Crafts stylised floral design moulded in moulded ebonised wood frames, the tiles 6” square £15-25

211. FORD CHALLINER AND CO., MID VICTORIAN ‘PEKIN’ PATTERN PEARLWARE OVOID TEAPOT, printed and painted decoration with pewter hinged cover, 6 ¼” high £20-30

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212. MINTON CHINA TWO HANDLED PEDESTAL VASE AND COVER, slender high shouldered form with domed cover, gilt angular handles and circular plinth base, decorated with gilt panels containing flowers on a pink and whit ground, 11 ½” (29.2cm) high, puce printed mark (af.) £20-30

MATCHING PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY ‘PIPE DOGS’ in the form of Spaniels in begging pose, iron red gilt and black painted detail £100-150

218. VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY TOBY JUG, typical form with blue coat and pink lustre painted floral jug, 9 ¾” (24.8cm) high £40-60

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borders and beneath pierced necks, 13” (33cm) high, printed marks and impressed No. 5072/18/1 (2) £80-120

Lot 216 219. PAIR OF LATE NINETEENTH/EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY MAJOLICA POTTERY FIGURAL SPILL VASES, each modelled with a courting couple beside a tree, on a floral and shell moulded base, 15” (38.1cm) high, impressed numbers to bases, together with a MATCHING PAIR OF SIMILAR FIGURES OF A SEATED YOUNG BOY playing an instrument (missing) mounted on turned wood cotton reel type bases, 4 ¾” (12cm) high (4) (one of the spill vases af.) £50-75 220. ROYAL DUX STYLE AUSTRIAN PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A YOUNG MAN, painted in muted tones and gilt and modelled standing, wearing a wide brimmed hat and with a jacket over his right arm on a circular moulded base, 12 ½” (31.8cm) high, (faint impressed numbers and gilt painted, D100, to base) £40-60 221. VICTORIAN ‘DRAYTON MANOR’ ANCHOVY PASTE POT LID AND BASE, 5 ¼” (13.3cm) diameter £25-35

223. EARLY VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY POSSIBLY DAVENPORT, CIRCULAR FLASK of flattened form with short cylindrical neck, transfer printed in puce, green and black with bucolic roundels and floriated borders (cracked), A PAIR OF ROCKINGHAM WORKS (Brameld) leaf moulded green glazed PLATES, impressed mark (one chipped and cracked) A PAIR OF EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY MOULDED BUFF COLOURED POTTERY PLATES (chipped) and EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH DELFT PLATE, (glazed chipped and worn to the edge) a SMALL LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PEARLWARE FEATHER EDGED BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, a LATE VICTORIAN POST 1891 COPELAND BLUE AND WHITE MOULDED POTTERY LIDDED JUG of Wedgwood ‘Dancing Hours’ type, SUNDRY PLATES AND SAUCERS, TORQUAY TERRA-COTTA CO., (18751909) BOTTLE VASE, A MODERN WEDGWOOD PALE BLUE AND WHITE JASPERWARE POWDER BOWL with cover, Lytham Souvenir TEAPOT etc. (23) £50-70 224. THIRTY ONE DUTCH DELFT TILES (some af.) £150-250 225. COLLECTION OF APPROX 200 INDIVIDUAL VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN CERAMIC TILES mostly Minton Hollins and CO., also Craven and Dunhill, Maw and Co., W. Godwin and others, together with a few modern tiles in addition (3 boxes) £300-400 226. GERMAN FAIRING ‘THE ORPHANS’ MODELLED AS THREE PUG DOGS, beside and sat upon an armchair, together with SEVEN BESWICK, ROYAL DOULTON AND SYLVAC ETC. MODEL PUG DOGS AND TWO OTHER COMPOSITION DITTO (10) £70-90

222. PAIR OF TURN, WEIN, AUSTRIA, TWO HANDLED BLUSH PORCELAIN VASES, slightly tapering high shouldered form with short flared necks and moulded scroll handles, painted with flowers, between gilt brushed moulded

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227.

ASHWORTH’S IRONSTONE GADROON BORDERED PLATE, blue and gilt with dragons on an iron red ground, 10 ¾” diameter, a WADE VIKING LONGBOAT POSY HOLDER, A MINTON GREEN GLAZED LEAF MOULDED PLATE, a PAIR OF ITALIAN MAIOLICA PERIOD DISHES and TWO POSSIBLY AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED METAL ‘NODDING HEAD’ MOORISH FIGURES, each with a stringed instrument (7) £30-50

228. LIMOGES, FRENCH PORCELAIN COMPORT AND MATCHING DESSERT PLATE, made for H.G. Stephenson, Manchester with floral printed centres within cobalt blue and gilt dusted borders, the COMPORT 4” (10.2cm) high, THE PLATE 8 ¼” (21cm) diameter together with a PAIR OF BAVARIAN BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, printed with profiled portraits of ladies, within floral borders, heightened in gilt, 9” (22.9cm) diameter, printed marks (4) £40-60 229. EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY SITZENDORF FLORAL ENCRUSTED CHINA CHARIOT , with two female passengers and driver being drawn by two winged beasts, 10 ½” (26.7cm) high, 15” (38.1cm) long, underglazed blue mark (af.) £100-150 230. PAIR OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SITZENDORF FLORAL ENCRUSTED LINED ROCOCO SCROLLED BASES, surmounted with female figures and cherubs, 14 ¼” (36.2cm) high, together with ONE MATCHING SET of four light, three arm candle branches, impressed Germany, 253,24 and blue painted mark (3) £180-250 231. C.W.S. EIGHT PIECE POTTERY TOILET SET, moulded with purple poppies on gilt dusted grounds, comprising JUG, BOWL, SOAP DISH and cover (cracked) VASE, CANDLESTICKS, SMALL JUG (cracked) RING TREE AND CIRCULAR JAR AND COVER, printed mark (8) £80-120

232. SPODE COPELAND’S CHINA WHITE GLAZED FIGURAL ELECTRIC TABLE LAMP BASE, modelled as a semi nude female figure on floral moulded, domed and circular base, 17 ½” (44.5cm) high, dark green printed mark (cracked) £80-120 233. PAIR OF GOEBEL POTTERY MODELS OF WHITE CHICKENS, comprising COCKEREL (38 143-15) 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high and HEN WITH CHICKS (38 144-11) 4” (10.2cm) high (TMK-5) mark (2) £50-80 234. HEUBACH GREEN TINTED BISQUE FIGURE, modelled as a young girl in curtsying pose, gilt highlights, 13 ½2 (34.3cm) high impressed mark £80-120 235. BELLEEK ‘SHAMROCK’ AND LUSTRE PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED PANEL VASE, footed baluster form with loop handles to the wrythen flutes, flared neck, 8” (20.3cm) high, green printed ‘fifth’ mark £30-50 236

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237.

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY S. HANCOCK AND SONS, CORONA WARE POTTERY GINGER JAR with cover, together with a MATCHING VASE, each decorated with Rockery and Pheasant pottery design registration No. 621192 (2) £80-120

238. SPANISH (NAO) PORCELAIN MODEL OF A LADY WITH DOG, together with a Grimwades ‘Souvenir of the Great War’, design by Bruce Bairnsfather, three ROYAL DOULTON PHOTOGRAPHIC AND OTHER PLATES, a Sylvac model Cocker Spaniel etc. £80-120 239. POST WAR C.H. BRANNAM, BARNSTAPLE HUMOROUS MODEL OWL, together with a modern model SQUIRREL signed David Sharp (2) £40-60

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245. STAFFORDSHIRE BONE CHINA FIGURE OF ARTHUR BOWERS and a TOM RAYMOND POTTERY MODEL CAT (2) £35-45 246. A ATTRACTIVE MID VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELAIN 33 PIECE PART TEA SERVICE, each enamelled autour with an individual Scottish Highland landscape and coastal scene, gilt pattern No. 747 (33) £100-150 247. Lot 246 240. GOLDSCHEIDER (Staffordshire) POTTERY LTD FIGURE OF HENRY VIII, printed mark and impressed model No. 820, 12” high (head broken and repaired) £80-120 241.

WEDGWOOD DARK BLUE AND WHITE JASPERWARE QUEEN ELIZABETH II SILVER JUBILEE COMMEMORATIVE TRINKET BOX AND COVER, 4” diameter and FOUR OTHER WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE TRINKET BOXES AND COVERS (5) £40-60

248. WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE PEPPERETTE in mauve and white and THREE OTHER PIECES of Jasperware (4) £20-30

PAIR OF HALL BROS. (Radnor Bone China) FIGURES ‘Wee Laddie Macgregor’ and ‘Wee Lassie Macleod’ 6” high (2) £70-90

242. PAIR OF GERMAN FAIRINGS, of male and female figures, he inscribed ‘I am starting for a long Journey’, she ‘ I am off with him, as match holders’ 6” high (repair to handle of umbrella’ also a JAPANESE POTTERY FLORAL AND LEAF MOULDED CHAMBER STICK (3) £40-50 243. PAIR OF POST WAR FRANKENTHAL (Friedrich Wilhelm Wessel) PORCELAIN FIGURES of a female and her gallant, colourfully enamelled on scroll moulded gilt accentuated bases, 10 ¼” high £80-120 244. MELBA WARE CHARACTER JUG, in the form a Henry VIII, with musical base, a Coalport figure of a man and FIVE SMALL AND MINIATURE ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUGS, namely ‘Dick Turpin’ (small), ‘Francis Drake’ (small), ‘Farmer John’ (small) ‘John Peel’ (miniature) and ‘Fat Boy’ (miniature) (7) £40-60 27

249. WEDGWOOD DEEP BLUE AND WHITE JASPERWARE JARDINIERE, with classical figure and vine festoon decoration, 6” diameter, 6 ½” high £25-35 250. FORTY TWO PIECE WEDGWOOD ‘SIGNET GOLD’ CHINA PART DINNER, TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, white glazed with gilt lined rims, comprising EIGHT DINNER PLATES, EIGHT TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, FIVE COFFEE CANS AND EIGHT SAUCERS, SIX SIDE PLATES AND A MILK JUG, printed marks (42) £50-80 251. HEREND, HUNGARIAN PORCELAIN JARDINIERE, decorated in puce and gilt with scattered flowers, beneath a conforming border, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high, A LARGER EXAMPLE decorated with roses, unmarked, Hancocks ‘Titian’ ware EXAMPLE, painted with fruit (af.) and ANOTHER (4) 252. NINETEENTH CENTURY WILLOW PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY MEAT DRAINER of rounded oblong form, 13 ¼” x 9 ½” (33.6 x 24.1cm) £25-35


253. PAIR OF TWENTIETH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CHINA ALLEGORICAL FEMALE FIGURES, polychrome painted on gilt scroll bases (part af.) 6 ½” (16.5cm) high, together with a PAIR OF SEATED FIGURES of a maid and her companion, on floral encrusted gilt scrolled bases, gilt anchor marks, 5” (12.7cm) high (4) £50-80 254. TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN FLORAL ENCRUSTED PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED VASE AND COVER, flattened ovoid form with scroll handles and pierced cover and pedestal bases, applied with two cherubs to the neck (af.) 11” (28cm) high, unmarked, together with a WHITE GLAZED MEISSEN MODEL OF A FOAL, on an oval base 7 ½” (19cm) high, printed, painted and impressed marks (2) £25-35 255. FORTY PIECED GLORIA CZECHOSLOVAKIAN ‘REMBRANDT’ PATTERN PART CHINA TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, printed with genre scenes, on brown and gilt grounds with stylised borders, comprising TEN TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, FIVE COFFEE CAN SAUCERS, TEN SIDE PLATES, COFFEE POT, TEA POT, MILK JUG, TWO HANDLED SUCRIER AND COVER AND A BREAK AND BUTTER PLATE, printed marks (40) £50-80 256. BING AND GRONDAHL LARGE TWO HANDLED TUREEN AND COVER, circular with seahorse pattern moulded handles and finial, painted with flowers, between gilt lined rims,7 ¼” (18.3cm) high, 8 ½” (21.6cm) diameter, together with a MATCHING PAIR OF PLATES, 9 ¾” (24.7cm) diameter, printed marks (3) £40-60

257.

SPODE ‘CITY OF MANCHESTER’ PORCELAIN COMMEMORATIVE RACK PLATE, personalised limited edition plate No. 65/500 with certificate in fitted silk fabric lined box and ANOTHER ‘THE ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL ROYAL ROYAL WEDDING PLATE’ to commemorate wedding of Charles and Diana 1981 with limited edition certificate No. 605/1000, in fitted silk fabric lined box (2) £35-50

258. FOUR NINETEENTH CENTURY COPPER LUSTRE JUGS, one with embossed figural border, one floral painted and two with stylised borders, 2 ½” -5 ¾” (6.3 and 14.5cm) high together with a LATER EXAMPLE by Wade, embossed with deers, 5 ½” (14cm) high (5) £30-50 259. CONTINETNAL TINTED BISQUE WALL PLAQUE, painted in muted tones and gilt and modelled in high relief with four cherubs, with a rococo pierced ‘C’ scroll frame, 14” x 10” (35.6cm x 35.4cm) unmarked (part a.f.) £40-60 260. CONTINENTAL TINTED BISQUE OBLONG PLAQUE, modelled in high relief with a courting couple in a gilt moulded frame, 17 ½” x 15 ¾” (44.5 x 40cm) overall £40-60 261. ONYX, PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MOUNTED THREE PIECE CLOCK GARNITURE, by Meccedei (?) the clock with 2” dial, housed in a case with architectural pediment, side columns and oblong plinth base, 6 ¾” (17.1cm) high and the MATCHING PAIR OF SIDE CANDLESTICKS, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high (3) £50-80 262. UNION, CZECHOSLOVAKIAN PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUE, decorated in the Vienna style with central printed centre scene within a cobalt blue and gilt border, 12 ¼” (31.1cm) diameter, printed mark and painted No. 537/30, D.668 £30-40

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263. PAIR OF FOREIGN GILT METAL MOUNTED TWO HANDLED PORCELAIN PEDESTAL VASES, ovoid form with high scroll gilt handles tied by ribbon tied bell husk swags and square plinth bases, printed with classical scenes on conforming grounds, 15 ¾” (40cm) high, unmarked (2) £60-90

269. MODERN WEDGWOOD BLUE DIPPED JASPERWARE POTTERY JAR, circular, sprigged in white with classical figures, 2 ¾” (7cm) high, 3 ¼” (8.3cm) diameter (possibly lacking cover) and a PHOENIX CHINA ‘FLORENTINE’ PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE TEACUP AND SAUCER, various marks (3) £10-15

264. CONTINENTAL GILT METAL WALL PLAQUE, with porcelain centre, printed after Fragonard with a genre scene, within a renaissance embossed border, inset with red glass cabochons, 9” (22.8cm) diameter £20-30

270. SIXTY FIVE PIECE WEDGWOOD ‘FLORENTINE’ CHINA DINNER, COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE FOR SIX PERSONS, brown printed and enamelled in blue with borders of mythical beasts and grotesques, comprising FOUR CIRCULAR TWO HANDLED TUREENS AND COVERS, ANOTHER COVER, one stand, COFFEE POT, TEAPOT, MILK JUG AND TWO HANDLED SUGAR BOWL AND COVER, OVAL MEAT PLATTER SQUARE TWO HANDLED DISH, GRAVY BOAT and stand, SIX DINNER PLATES, DESSERT PLATES, TEACUPS AND SAUCERS, COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS, SIX CONSOMME CUPS AND SAUCERS, THREE SMALL SIDE PLATES, printed mark and pattern No. W2714 (65) (one coffee can saucer cracked) £250-350

265. SIXTY PIECE CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE ‘ENGLANDS BOUQUET’ PATTERN CHINA TEA SET FOR 12 PERSONS and DESSERT/SERVING SET for six persons, floral printed, comprising 12 TEACUPS, SAUCERS AND SIDE PLATES, BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, MILK JUG AND SUGAR BOWL, FRUIT DISH, SIX DISHES, THREE LOZENGE SHAPED SERVING DISHES, SIX DESERT PLATES, PAIR OF PEPPERETTES AND GRADUATED SET OF THREE SQUARE TWO HANDLED DISHES, printed marks (60) £100-150 266. COLLECTION OF NINE MODERN RUSSIAN POTTERY MODELS OF ANIMALS, comprising ORANG-U-TAN, DONKEY, LION CUB, PANDA, GIRAFFE, POLAR BEAR, SPANIEL, PENGUIN AND DOG, printed marks, 2”-8” (5.1cm-20.3cm) high (9) £20-30 267.

271.

FISCHER AND CO., BUDAPEST, PIERCED EARTHENWARE TWO HANDLED VASE, footed oviform with moulded scroll handles and circular foot, painted in colours and gilt and decorated with pierced foliage and applied circular motifs, printed mark, impressed No. 1031, 16 ¼” (41cm) high £60-90

272. PAIR OF VICTORIAN PARIAN CLASSICAL FEMALE FIGURES on circular bases, unmarked, 13 ¼” (33.6cm) high (2) £80-100

PAIR OF JAMES KENT, Ye Olde Foley’ WARE BLUE AND WHITE VASES, baluster form printed with rural scenes, windmills and figures, printed marks 11 ¼” (28.5cm) high (2) (one af.) £25-35

273. PAIR OF HAND PAINTED MEISSEN PORCELAIN PLATES, with colourful floral centres within pierced and gilt borders with floral cartouches, blue crossed sword marks, 9” (22.8cm) diameter (2) £60-80

268. VICTORIAN BLUE BASKET MOULDED SALT GLAZED POTTERY JUG and VICTORIAN MAJOLICA JUG embossed with wading bird, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high (2) £20-30

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274.

SET OF ELEVEN BAVARIAN PORCELAIN DESSERT PLATES, with printed floral centres within gilt lined pierced borders, gilt printed marks, 7 ½” (19cm) diameter (11) £50-80

275. SEVEN PIECE SHELLEY ‘HAMPTON COURT’ CHINA SANDWICH SET, floral printed, together with a pair of Shelley ‘Dainty’ TEACUPS AND SAUCERS, with green rims and a SET OF SIX MINTON CHINA COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS printed and painted with floral swags, various marks (23) £25-35 276.

277.

PLANT, ‘TUSCAN’ WHITE CHINA TEA, BREAKFAST AND DESSERT SERVICE, brightly enamelled bird on a flowering shrub decoration, 63 pieces, circa 1930’s £120-160 POSSIBLY LINTHORPE OVOID EARTHENWARE VASE, with streaky yellow green and brown glaze and having an incised Celtic lattice pattern band within sprigged borders of palmettes and having lion dog moulded lug handles to a waisted circular foot, 10” high £50-75

278. NINETEENTH CENTURY PORCELAIN CREAM JUG, with chinoiserie printed reserves within a blue and copper lustre upper body, 3 ½” high, ANOTHER WITH EMBOSSED AND PAINTED FLORAL SPRAYS, in iron red and blue and with ‘S’ scroll handle. 5” high, COPPER LUSTRE AND BLUE CREAM 3 ½” high, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY TEA CUP AND SAUCER, the ogee shape cup with intertwined bifurcated handle, plain underglaze blue upper and lower bands and FOUR OTHER ITEMS OF NINETEENTH CENTURY TEA WARES (9) £35-50 279. NINETEENTH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE PEARLWARE PLATE, floral centre within a lattice work and pagoda pattern border, 102 diameter, GRAINGER WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE WILLOW PATTERN SIDE PLATE, 8” diameter, A NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINA CAKE PLATE, with well painted floral bouquets with a mustard and gilt vine border, 10 ½” wide, THREE

VARIOUS FLORAL PAINTED PLATES and a COPELAND’S BLUE AND WHITE ‘TOWER’ PATTERN PLATE, with gadroon border, 10 ½” diameter (7) £30-40 280. NINETEENTH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT BACK EQUESTRIAN POTTERY GROUP, with two children, on gilt lined base, 13” (33cm) high £40-60 281. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY SITZENDORF GERMAN FLORAL ENCRUSTED PORCELAIN BASKET AND COVER, square rustic form with allegorical cherub finial, 8 ¼” (21cm) high, underglazed blue mark, (minor losses and one foot re-glued) £75-100 282. MODERN COALPORT ‘PARK LODGE’ CHINA COTTAGE PASTILLE BURNER, 4 ¾” (12cm) high, printed mark and a CHINA MODEL OF A SEATED POODLE, 3” (7.6cm) high (af.) (2) £30-50 283. TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN GROUP of a lady, gallant and basket of flowers, on an oval base, 7” (17.8cm) high, printed mark £50-80 284. TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN GROUP of a lady, gallant and lamb, on an oval base, 6 ¼” (15.8cm) high, printed mark £50-80 285. MODERN SITZENDORF GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A COURTIER, modelled standing with one hand raised and a lamb at his feet, ON A CIRCULAR FLORAL ENCRUSTED BASE, 8 ½” (21.6cm) high, printed mark (hand re-glued) £70-100 286. TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURE TABLE LAMP BASE, modelled with a maiden holding a floral garland above her head, on a circular, floral encrusted base, 10” (25.4cm) high, unmarked £45-60

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TWENTIETH CENTURY GERMAN PORCELAIN GROUP OF A LADY, GALLANT AND LAMB, on an oval gilt scrolled base, 6 ¾” (17.2cm) high, printed mark £50-80

288. MODERN WEDGWOOD BLUE AND WHITE JASPERWARE POTTERY FIGURE ‘Terpsichore’ on circular titled plinth base, 10 ½” (26.7cm) high, impressed marks (af.) £10-15 289. NINETEENTH CENTURY LARGE STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT BACK POTTERY FIGURE ‘Will Watch’, painted in colours on a gilt lined and titled oblong base, 15 ½” (38.7cm) high £40-60 290. MODERN WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT POTTERY FIGURE ‘Mercury’ on circular gilt titled plinth base, 11 ½” (29.2cm) high, impressed mark £50-70

294. MODERN SITZENDORF PORCELAIN MODEL OF A POODLE in begging pose, on a tasselled cushion, 3” (7.6”) high, printed mark, together with a small floral encrusted porcelain basket, 3 ¾” (9.5cm) high and a JAPANESE MINIATURE TEAPOT, 2” (5.1cm) high (3) £30-50 295. PAIR OF MODERN CONTINENTAL POTTERY MODELS OF A LION AND LIONESS, 4” (10.2cm) high, 7” (17.8cm) long (2) £40-60 296. TINTED BISQUE GROUP OF A YOUNG BOY AND GIRL, he carries a flaming torch and she carries fish, on an oval base, 13 ½” 34.3cm) high (af.) £40-50 297.

291. PAIR OF ITALIAN MINATURE PORCELAIN FIGURE modelled as a courtier (af.) and lady carrying a tray of drinks, on turned wood bases, printed marks, 4” (10.2cm) high (2) £30-50 292. MODERN GERMAN FLORAL ENCRUSTED PORCELAIN TWO HANDLED PEDESTAL VASE and cover, oviform with pierced cover scroll handles and circular, pierced, base, the upper body with gilt lined panels containing flowers, flanked by two cherubs, 13 ¼” (33.7cm) high, together with THREE OTHER SIMILAR PIECES, printed marks (4) £50-80 293. THREE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURE, comprising ONE MODELLED AS A PUTTO SKATING, 4 ½” (11.4cm) high, unmarked, FRENCH FIGURE OF A YOUNG GIRL carrying a dog, 6” (15.2cm) high and a SPILL HOLDER with girl in running pose, 4 ¾” (12cm) high, impressed E.B.S. (3) £20-30

PAIR OF SITZENDORF PORCELAIN FIGURES, polychrome painted and modelled as a maid, with a lamb at her side and her companion on gilt scrolled base, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) high underglazed blue printed marks (2) (lamb with ear chipped) £80-120

298. CIRCA 1900 COALPORT PORCELAIN BOAT SHAPE TWO HANDLED JARDINIERE, of ‘Rococo Revival’ form, the Royal blue ground centered by opposing panels enamelled with landscapes, within gilt cartouches, the scrolliated handles, pierced scrollwork border and scroll feet, richly gilded, with gilt souffle interior, 11” long, (cracked) together with ANOTHER SIMILAR COALPORT THREE HANDLED SQUAT VASE (originally with cover now absent) SIMILARLY DECORATED AND RICHLY GILT (2) £180-220 299. NINETEENTH CENTURY PRATT, FENTON POTTERY ‘OLD GREEK’ PATTERN JUG, with white on black classical figure decoration, 5” high, SIMILAR PRATT JUG, 6 ¾” high and JUG IN SIMILAR TASTE, 6” high (3) £40-60

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300. POTTERY CHARACTER JUG, of a man in a tricorn hat and wig, 5 ¼” high and a CHARACTER JUG with horses, head handle and musical base, 6 ½” high (2) £20-30 301. MEISSEN CHINA PLATE , embossed with radiating fruiting vines with gilt leaves, 8 ½” diameter and ANOTHER PLATE with printed fruit decoration and pierced and enamelled border, 8 ½” diameter £20-30 302. TWO ROY KIRKHAM POTTERY JUGS as ‘Oliver Twist’ and Vintage Motorist’, WOOD AND SONS ‘TOBY’ JUG AND A ‘RENAISSANCE’ CHINA FIGURE ‘Rebecca’ 8” high (4) £30-50 303. PAIR OF JONES AND SONS, ‘ABBEY’ PATTERN BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY JARDINERES, 7” diameter £25-35 304. ROYAL STAFFORD BONE CHINA TEA SERVICE ORIGINALLY FOR 12 PERSONS, the border printed and painted in Imari colours with rectangular side plates, 37 pieces (37) £20-30 305. NINETEENTH CENTURY CHINA ALLEGORICAL FIGURE OF A GIRL, the circular base inscribed ‘Rich’ 7” high (7) £15-20 306. LLADRO SPANISH PORCELAIN GROUP, ‘Polar Bear and two cubs’ 6 ½” high, No. 6745 £30-50 307.

LLADRO SPANISH PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A FEMALE BALLET DANCER, holding out her long dress, 12” high £30-40

308. AYNSLEY CHINA ‘COTTAGE GARDEN’ PATTERN CAKE KNIFE AND PLATE, boxed, and a COALPORT CHINA RACK PLATE, to commemorate ‘The 150th Anniversary of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race 1979’, boxed (2) £10-20

309. FIVE BOXED ITEMS OF ROYAL ALBERT ‘Old Country Roses’ CHINA, comprising VASE AND HEART SHAPED DISH, LARGE PET BOWL, 7 ¾” (19.7cm) diameter and THREE MATCHING BUD VASES, 5” (12.7cm) high, together with a MATCHING JARDINIERE, 5 ½2 (14cm) high a SMALL OVAL TRINKET BOX AND COVER (ground mark) printed marks (7) £30-50 310. FIVE PIECES OF MODERN MASONS ‘CHARTREUSE’ PATTERN POTTERY comprising TWO GINGER JARS AND COVERS, 5 ¼” and 6 ½” (13.3 and 16.5cm) high, CIRCULAR DISH with wavy rim, 8 ½” (21.6cm) diameter and a PAIR OF SMALL JUGS, 3 ½” (8.9cm) high, printed marks (5) £40-60 311. THREE PIECES OF MODERN MASON’S POTTERY comprising ‘Bittersweet’ pattern FRUIT BOWL, 4” (10.1CM) HIGH, 8 ½” (21.6CM) WIDE, ‘Golden Azalea’ pattern HEXAGONAL JAR AND COVER, 6 ¼” (15.8cm) high and A ‘Packwood’ pattern square TEA CADDY and cover, 4 ¾” (12cm) high, printed marks (3) £30-50 312. FOUR SMALL MASON’S ‘MANDALAY’ PATTERN POTTERY JUGS, 2 ¼” - 4 ½” (5.7cm - 11.4cm) high and a SMALL ‘RED MANDALAY’ PATTERN VASE, 4” (10.2cm) high, printed marks (5) £20-30 313. EIGHT PIECES OF MODERN MASON’S POTTERY COMPRISING ‘Belvedere’ pattern GRAVY BOAT, STAND AND OBLONG DISH, 10” x 8” (25.4cm x 20.3cm) , ‘Fruit Basket’ pattern SMALL SQUARE DISH, 4 ¼” (10.8cm) blue and white GINGER JAR AND COVER, 5 5” (12.7cm) high and THREE PLATES, including a LIMITED EDITION ‘Year of the Dragon’, example,’ Christmas 1977’, ‘Buckingham Palace’ example and a ‘Strathmore’ example (C4792) 10 ½” (26.7cm) diameter and a MASON CASH’ SMALL PESTLE AND MORTAR, printed marks (10)

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314. TWENTY ONE PIECE ROYAL GRAFTON ‘MAJESTIC’ PATTERN CHINA PART TEA SERVICE FOR 6 PERSONS, with claret and gilt printed borders, comprising SIX TEA CPS AND SIDE PLATES, FIVE SAUCERS, TEAPOT, MILK JUG, SUGAR BOWL AND BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, gilt printed mark (21) £40-60

321. WATCOMBE EARTHENWARE HOT WATER JUG, painted with a landscape 6” (15.2cm) high, together with a SIMILAR MOTTOWARE PEDESTAL SALT AND CREAM JUG and an EARTHENWARE TAPERING BEAKER/VASE with coloured slip trailed rim (4) £15-25 322. SHELLEY CHINA TEA SERVICE FOR FOUR PERSONS, 14 pieces, ‘Queen Anne’ shape with ‘Blue Iris’ pattern viz 4 CUPS, FOUR SAUCERS, FOUR SIDE PLATES, MILK JUG AND BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE, (14) £70-90

315. TWENTIETH CENTURY HAMMERSLEY PORCELAIN STRAWBERRY DISH, with cream jug and sugar bowl, together with BESWICK TYPE MODEL BULLDOG, marked ‘England’ only (2) £70-90 316. SET OF BOXED WADE WHIMSIES, 60 in total £50-70 317.

THIRTEEN PIECE VICTORIAN BLUE AND WHITE PART VICTORIAN PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE, printed in a Willow type pattern with overpainted gilt borders, comprising OVAL TEAPOT with two handled stand, THREE TEA CUPS, PAIR OF TEA BOWLS, FIVE SAUCER DISHES AND A BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE (af.) unmarked, gilder’s number 265 (13) £40-60

318. THIRTY FIVE ROYAL COPENHAGEN BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN ‘CHRISTMAS PLATES’ 1970-2004, printed marks, 7 ¼” (18.4cm) diameter (35) 1976 (af.) £100-150

323. RUSSIAN FAIENCE BREAD DISH, the centre embossed and enamelled and titled, with figures and horse drawn plough, the border embossed with wheat sheaves and harvesting tools, 14” wide, probably Moscow circa 1850 and a VICTORIAN JACKFIELD BLACK GLAZED EARTHENWARE TEA URN with green and gilt leaf decoration , brass tap, 11” high £30-50

GLASSWARE 324. WEBB ‘CAMEO FLEUR’ GLASS FLOWER VASE, waisted and flared with an overlaid Art Nouveau design of purple flowering plants on a clear vermicular ground, with purple signature ‘Webb’, 6 ¾” high, 8 ¼” diameter £150-200

319. PAIR OF FIELDING’S CROWN DEVON ‘CHELSEA PATTERN POTTERY VASES, ovoid form with waisted necks, printed and enamelled in colours with chinoiserie bird and floral design on matt black ground, with gilt lined rims, printed, painted and impressed marks 12” (30.5cm ) high (2) £40-60 320. NINETEENTH CENTURY ‘SPENDTHRIFT/MISERS’ EMBOSSED DRAB WAR JUG, with rustic scroll handle and meandering fruiting vine heightened in green and purple, 6” (15.2cm) high (chip to rim) £20-30

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328. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DRINKING GLASS with small funnel shape bowl and plain knopped stem rising from a conical folded foot, 5 ¾” high, also an EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DRINKING GLASS, the funnel shape bowl wheel engraved with a stylised bird amongst leafy branches, with plain cylindrical stem rising from a conical folded foot (repaired) 5 ¾” high (2) £90-130 329. A ANTIQUE WINE GLASS, the bell shaped opaque twist bowl above a multi ply twist stem with shoulder knop, on a conical foot, 6 5/8” (16.8cm) high £15-25 330. AN ANTIQUE AIR TWIST WINE GLASS, the drawn trumpet bowl above a multi ply, air twist stem on a conical foot, 6 ¼” (15.9cm) high, (rim chips to foot) £15-25

Lot 325 325. NINETEENTH CENTURY BOHEMIAN GREEN TINTED AND GILT DECORATED TALL OVOID VASE, with waisted neck, rising from a spreading circular base, the body centered by an oval applied opaque glass tablet, enamelled with the head and shoulders of a young lady, 14 ½” high (the foot broken and repaired) £120-180 326. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DRINKING GLASS with bell shape bowl and plain cylindrical stem rising from a conical folded foot, 6” high £60-80 327.

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DRINKING GLASS, the small rounded bowl wheel engraved with flowering sprays and moth, with facet cut stem rising from a conical foot, 5 1/8” high £60-80

331. AN ANTIQUE ENGRAVED WINE GLASS, the bell shaped bowl wheel cut with flower and leaping horse, beneath a banner inscribed ‘Liberty’ above a plain stem, on a conical foot, 7 ¼” (18.4cm) high £25-35 ££25-35 332. NINETEENTH CENTURY HEAVY CUT GLASS GOBLET, with bucket shaped bowl, knife knopped stem and plain foot, 6” (15.2cm) high £15-20 333. AN ANTIQUE OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS, the ogee bowl above a corkscrew stem within a multi ply spiral band on a conical foot, 5 ¾” (14.6cm) high £15-25 ££15-20 334. AN ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY STEM COLOUR TWIST WINE GLASS, the bell shaped bowl above a gauze cable encircled by red and white spiral threads, on a conical foot, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high ££20-30

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335. AN ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY ENGRAVED OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS, the bucket shaped bowl , wheel cut with flowers above a central solid cable encircled by four solid spiral bands, on a conical foot, 5 ¾” (14.6cm) high (chip to rim of bowl) ££15-20 336. AN ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS, the ogee bowl above a pair of solid spiral corkscrews, enclosed by a a seventeen ply spiral band, on a conical foot, 5 ½” (14cm) high £15-25 337.

342. VICTORIAN ENGRAVED GLASS CELERY VASE, wheel cut with stars, 9 ½ (24.1cm) high, together with SIX NINETEENTH CENTURY AND LATER SMALL STEMMED DRINKING GLASSES AND TWO CUSTARD CUPS (9) £25-35 343. VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS JUG, with clear loop handle and drilled base, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) high and a SET OF THREE CRANBERRY GLASS TAPERING BEAKERS, 3 ¾” (9.5cm) high (4) £15-25 344. MASONIC ENGRAVED GLASS TUMBLER with three free rolling dice in the base, faceted, slightly tapering form, wheel cut with Masonic motifs, 5 ½” (14cm) high and ANOTHER of waisted form with heavy solid base, 4 ¾” (12cm) high (2) £30-50

AN ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY ENGRAVED OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS, the ogee bowl, wheel cut with flowers and winged insects, a multi ply twist,stem with central knop on a conical foot, 5 ¾” (14.6cm) high ££20-30

345. NINETEENTH CENTURY GLASS GOBLET with engraved Masonic motifs and initials, G.D. flared bowl on a short stem with knife edge knop and plain foot, 6” (15.2cm) high (chip to rim) together with a later example with facet cut stem and meandering vine border, 6 ½” (16.5cm) high (2) £25-35

338. AN ANTIQUE 18th CENTURY ENGRAVED COLOUR TWIST WINE GLASS, the ogee bowl wheel cut with floral border above a blue and white twist entwined with a white and air twist spiral on a conical foot, 5 ½” (14cm) high ££20-30 339. ANTIQUE WINE GLASS, with ogee shaped bowl over a plain stem with central knop on a folded conical foot, 6” (15.2cm) high, together with TWO LATER LARGER EXAMPLES, with trumpet shaped bowls and plain bases (one chipped) (3) £15-25 340. PAIR OF ENGRAVED WINE GLASSES, the round funnel bowls, wheel cut with flowers and birds in flight, above English facet cut stems and plain bases, 5 ½” (14cm) high (2) £20-30 341. COLLECTION OF SEVEN NINETEENTH CENTURY AND LATER GLASS GOBLETS, 5-6” (12.7cm-15.2cm) high and TWO TUMBLERS (9) £20-30

346. ANTIQUE (Somerset) ALE GLASS, with wrythen moulded conical bowl, on a short stem and plain foot, 5” (12.7cm) high, together with THREE SIMILAR LATER EXAMPLES (4) £15-20 347.

VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN CUT GLASS DECANTER WITH STOPPER, a 1930’s Art Deco cut glass DITTO of flattened angular form, a cut glass Eau-ducologne BOTTLE, with stopper and a PAIR OF BLUE STAINED FROSTED GLASS JUGS, enamelled with flower sprays, with frilled rims (5) £50-70

348. a PAIR OF FRENCH STYLE GLASS MULTI CANE HIGH DOMED PAPERWEIGHTS also a MATCHING BOTTLE PAPERWEIGHT with damaged stopper (3) £90-130

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349. LATE EIGHTEENTH/EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY PROBABLY BRISTOL GLASS DOUBLE CONJOINED FLASK, applied with a seal inscribed I. Holdernss, with a sword and musket crossed, the glass of green colour under transmitted light with white flecks, 5” high £60-80 350. *NINETEENTH CENTURY HEAVILY HOB NAIL CUT AND FLUTED RECTANGULAR CASKET, with embossed gilt brass mounted lock plate with lock 4 ¼” high, 3” square (af.) 351. PAIR OF CUT GLASS DECANTERS WITH STOPPERS, 8 ¾” (22.2cm) high and ANOTHER wheel cut with floral border, 9 ¾” (34.7cm) high (3) £15-20 ££15-20 352. LATE VICTORIAN RUBY GLASS JUG, baluster with clear angular handle, 7 ½” (19cm) high, together with a MODERN SET OF SIX RUBY DRINKING GLASSES with clear pedestal bases, 4 ½” (11.4cm) high (7) £40-50 353. VICTORIAN ETCHED GLASS WATER JUG, ovoid, footed form with wavy rim and loop handle, decorated with leafy stems, 10” (35.4cm) high, together with a MATCHING PAIR OF GLASSES, 5 ¼” (13.3cm) high, WINE DECANTER with stopper, 9” (22.9cm) high and a FOOTED VASE, wheel cut with fruiting vines, 8 ½” (21.6cm) high (5) £25-35

blown girdled and ribbed above, on a poly lobate foot, a pair of GEORGIAN GLASS RUMMERS, A LATE GEORGIAN STYLE SMALL CUT GLASS OVAL PEDESTAL BOWL with serrated rim and lozenge shape base, a GLASS WINE FUNNEL, A TOASTING GLASS with ‘deceptive’ bowl and a small late eighteenth century cordial glass with cut and engraved ovoid bowl, rising from a conical foot £80-120 357.

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY GLASS DESSERT TAZZA, the circular top with raised edge, above a six cornered moulded Silesian stem and domed folded foot, 7 ½” diameter £80-120

358. LATE VICTORIAN/EDWARDIAN WELL CUT GLASS FRUIT BOWL, with serrated rim, a NINETEENTH CENTURY CIRCULAR GLASS BOWL,with cover, an iridescent pink glass LIGHT SHADE AND A 1930’s GREEN TINTED FROSTED GLASS BOWL, the exterior moulded with plants (4) £40-60 359. HEAVY CUT GLASS BEAKER SHAPED FLOWER VASE, 8 ¼” (21cm) high, fern engraved VASE, SIMILAR WATER JUG AND MISC GLASSWARES £20-30

354. PAIR OF CHINESE WHITE GLASS VASES, oviform, with short cylindrical necks enamelled in tones of brown, blue, yellow and white with flowering branches, 7” (17.8cm) high (2) £40-60 355. SUBSTANTIAL QUANTITY OF NINETEENTH/TWENTIETH CENTURY DRINKING AND OTHER GLASSWARE, contained in eight boxes £80-120 356. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY GLASS BOWL, with associated cover, ending in an acorn knop, the lower register mould

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360. WATERFORD CUT GLASS BELL SHAPED DECANTER AND STOPPER, 13 ¼” (33.6cm) high, together with a Kosta, Swedish CUT GLASS CAKE STAND, 5 ¼” (13.3cm) high, 8” (20.3cm) diameter, IRIS, CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CUT GLASS BASKET SHAPED FLOWER VASE, 7 ½” (19cm) high and a BOAT SHAPED CUT GLASS FLOWER VASE, on lozengre shaped pedestal base, 7” (17.8cm) high (4) £30-50 361. VENETIAN BLUE GLASS JUG, ovoid form with loop; handle, floral painted in raised enamels, on a scrolling gilt border, 6” (15.2cm) high £20-30

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362. NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH GLASS DECANTER JUG, with blue stained stopper and rope twist handle, engraved and gilt autour with flowering and leafy plants interspersed with butterflies, the base inscribed ‘le Rosey, XI de la Paic, Paris’ £60-80

366. SELECTION OF TWENTIETH CENTURY CUT GLASSWARES, including grapefruit dishes etc. £40-60 367

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368. SUITE OF THREE VICTORIAN DECANTERS (one with handle) A PAIR OF ENGRAVED GLASS RUMMERS, a Nailsea type glass WALKING STICK, ANOTHER SINGLE DECANTER AND FIVE OTHER PIECES OF GLASSWARE (12) £70-90

363. TWO SIMILAR POST 1963 STRATHEARN GLASS VASES, one with seal mark to pontil, both 7 ½” high (2) £40-60 364. WHITEFRIARS GLASS ELIZABETH II CORONATION COMMEMORATIVE GOBLET, the large funnel shape bowl diamond point engraved with Royal initials beneath a crown and dated 2nd June 1953, rising fro a double series opaque ribbon twist with red and blue thread twists within, above a plain conical foot, the base inscribed ‘Whitefriars - No. 386’, also a French (St. Louis) ‘Souvenir De Exposition universelle de Paris 1900’, clear glass beaker stencilled with the frontal facade of ‘Le Palais de L’Electricte’ and Eiffel Tower, and etched ‘Roy’ to opposite side (2) £40-60

369. LITTALIA (FINISH) BARK TEXTURED GLASS VASE, by Tapio, Wirkkala, 8 ¼” high and a BLUE TINTED GLASS DECANTER BOTTLE by Henera Tyrell, 10” high (internally cracked) £100-150 370. GARNITURE OF THREE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY ENAMELLED AND GILT DECORATED OPALINE GLASS VASES, the tallest with cover, 20 ¾” high and 14 ½” high £90-130 371.

365. PAIR OF FLASH CUT BLUE OVERLAID GLASS TABLE LUSTRES, with baluster stems, fold over petal shaped rims and circular domed bases, decorated with meandering fruiting vines, enclosed by prismatic drops, 14 ¼” (36.2cm) high (2) (two drops missing)

VENETIAN GREEN GILT AND FLORAL ENAMELLED GLASS TALL WINE JUG AND STOPPER AND SIX MATCHING STEM GOBLETS £30-40

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373. MILLIEFIORI GLASS PAPERWEIGHT, GREEN PAPERWEIGHT, the interior decorated with ladybirds on green leaves and TWO OTHER GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS (4) £20-30

382. VICTORIAN RUBY STAINED GLASS TABLE LUSTRE, typical form with gilt and enamel painted floral decoration and prismatic drops, 14 ½” (36.8cm) high, rubbing £70-90

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383. FOUR SMALL ITALIAN BLUE GLASS VASES, with silver resist decoration, including a pair 3-4 ¾” (7.7cm - 12cm) high (one with paper label to base) £20-30

MURANO COLOURED GLASS TALL COCKEREL ORNAMENT, 10 ¾” high, VENETIAN CRANBERRY GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE and stopper, gilt decorated and embossed with enamelled flowers and SEVEN OTHER PIECES OF ORNAMENTAL COLOURED GLASS, (9) £40-50

375. ITALIAN MULTI COLOURED GLASS ‘HANDKERCHIEF’ BOWL, 8 ½” wide THREE FACET GLASS ORNAMENTS of a swan, a butterfly and a hot air balloon (4) £25-35 376.

RUBY STAINED AND CUT GLASS CAMPANA SHAPE OIL LAMP SHADE £20-30

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PALE BLUE FROSTED GLASS CORNER FLOWER BOWL, with loose, female figure grille, raised mirror back £20-30

378. GREEN CUT GLASS BALUSTER VASE, pictorially enamelled in a circular reserve with two figures in a landscape, gilt top and scolloped circular base, 5 ¾” high AND PAIR OF MODERN MARY GREGORY STYLE CRANBERRY GLASS JUGS, 5 ½” high £30-50

384. FOUR ITEMS OF VICTORIAN AND LATER CRANBERRY GLASS with clear handles, comprising TAPERING JUG 6 ¾” (17.1cm) high, SPIRIT DECANTER and stopper (chipped) 8 ¾” (22.2cm) high, CUSTARD CUP, 3 ¼” (8.2cm) AND STEM WINE GLASS 5 ¼” (13.3) high (4) £60-90 385. CUT GLASS SQUARE SPIRIT DECANTER AND STOPPER, 9 ½” (24.1cm) high together with a ‘Cumbria Crystal’ SKITTLE SHAPED WINE DECANTER (chipped), with two electroplate ‘sherry’ decanter labels £30-40 386. PAIR OF VICTORIAN CUT GLASS LARGE GLOBE AND SHAFT DECANTERS, with spire stoppers, 17 ½” high £40-06

379. TWO LARGE MURANO COLOURED GLASS FIGURE OF CLOWNS, with musical instruments, 15 ½” and 16” high and ANOTHER CLOWN holding a ball, 12” high (3) £45-60 380. MURANO COLOURED GLASS MODEL OF A COCKEREL, 19” high £15-20 381. VICTORIAN MILK GLASS JUG, moulded with trailing roses, 6 ¼” high and an ANTIQUE LEAD GLASS OVULAR WATER JUG, wheel engraved with fruiting vines, 8” high (2) £20-30

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