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Ceramics 1 - 51
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Prints, Engravings & Watercolours 295 - 305
Oil Paintings 310 - 327
Clocks 335 - 373
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1 Pair of 19th Century Japanese Imari scallop-edge Saucer Dishes, the centre decorated with a rectangular Jardinière, trees and flowers within a segmented border, decorated with chrysanthemums and other flowers, 31cms, (12½ “). £40-60 £190
2 19th Century Japanese Imari circular Saucer Dish, the centre decorated with a two-handled Jardinière, flowers and leaves, within a wide border with cartouches of flowers and painted with finches and blossom, 46cms, (18”). £100-150 £240
4 19th Century Staffordshire Pottery Figure of William Huntington, wearing a black top coat and scale blue ground trousers, with spectacles on his knee, one arm resting on a plinth surmounted by a book, on a shaped base with a gilt band, 23cms, (9”). Ref: Staffordshire Portrait Figures by P D Gordon Pugh, Page 339, Figure 50, Plate 24A £100-150 £140
5 Davenport “Bride of Lammermoor” pattern rectangular Meat Dish, marked and impressed mark, 46cms, (18”). £100-150 £120
6 19th Century Staffordshire Pottery rectangular Meat Dish, with canted corners and decorated with chinoiserie river scene with boats and buildings, within a border decorated with butterflies, unmarked, 52cms, (20½”). £50-70 £85
7 19th Century Chinese famille verte Bowl, the interior painted with Koi Carp amongst sea plants, the exterior similarly decorated with numerous fish in varying types and colours, amongst sea plants, 24cms, (9½”). £150-200  
8 Set of three Royal Worcester graduated Jugs, each with reeded gilt handle, painted with flowers and insects, marked, pattern number 1094, circa 1901, 16cms, (6½”). £300-400  
9 Anstice, Horton and Rose, Coalport part Tea and Coffee Service, comprising seven cans, ten cups, twelve saucers, two bread plates, circular bowl, two-handled tureen-shaped sugar bowl and cover and a prow-shaped teapot, each piece individually painted with a shell, on a salmon pink and gilt reserve, circa 1805, (36). £250-400 £1450
10 Royal Bonn Fish Service, comprising twelve plates, oval dish and double lipped sauce boat on stand, each piece decorated with a difference scene of fish and river foliage, marked. £150-200 £115
11 Royal Crown Derby Cabinet Plate, decorated with a three-masted sailing vessel, tug boat and rowing boat and harbour in the background, signed W.E.J. Dean, within apple-green border and moulded with leaves, grapes and tendrils, 25cms, (10”). £100-120 £120
12 Pair of Royal Worcester Teacups, matching Saucers and Plates and Bowl, all decorated with leaves flowers and tendrils and chrysanthemums in raised enamels, on a blush ivory ground within scrolled borders, marked, date marks circa 1901 (possibly decorated by Hale), (9). £250-400  
13 Limoges Cabaret Set, comprising two cups and saucers, teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and tray, all decorated with flowers in gilt enamels, marked “M.R.” £200-300  
14 Royal Doulton Trio, of cup, saucer and plate with gilt borders above flower spray decoration and a Limoges Cabinet Plate decorated with flowers gilt outlines, (4). £50-80 £50
15 Ruskin Baluster Vase, with flared neck, of toned red and grey ground, the base impressed mark, “Ruskin, England” and numbered 1925, 32cms, (13”). £200-300 £850
16 Royal Worcester Vase, the cover of gilt ground with fluting and knop, above a pierced collar with swags and ribands and twin handles and painted with apples, blackberries and other fruits, signed J. Skerret and on a circular base, shape number 1428, 33cms, (13”). £600-1000 £3100
17 Vienna porcelain urn-shaped Vase and Cover, the cover of dark blue ground, with swags and leaves in raised gilt and enamels, above two handles, the vase painted to one side with two figures and a putto, the reverse painted with a figure, putto and a gladiator, on a turquoise reserve, with gilt scrolls, pedestal column square base and a stand, 23cms, (13”) overall. £500-700  
18 Pair of Caverswall two-handled Campana Vases and Covers, painted with leaves and Autumn fruits, signed, R. Shufflebotham, on circular bases, 49cms, (19”). £100-150 £130
19 Staffordshire Pottery Spill Vase, formed as a ewe standing by a tree trunk, on an oval base with a gilt line, 18cms, (7”). £80-120 £100
20 Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Models of sheep, each standing by a bocage, on an oval encrusted base, 12cms, (5”). £100-150 £120
21 19th Century Staffordshire Pottery Figure, of an Actress with a feathered cap, blue waistcoat, pink jacket and carrying a walking stick, on a shaped base, 31cms, (12½”). Ref: Staffordshire Portrait Figures by R.D. Pugh, Page 442, Figure 268. £100-150 £400
22 Pair of Caverswall Pottery Cabinet Plates, each with gilt rope twist edge, painted with apples, blackberries and leaves and each signed, M. Bates, 26cms, (10”). £30-50 £35
23 Belleek, porcelain oval basket, with twin handles, the edge with appliqué flowers and leaves, marked “Belleek Ireland”, 30cms, (12”). £50-70 £110
24 Pair of late 19th Century Meissen porcelain Figures, the gentleman wearing a striped jacket, pink coat and holding a sword, the lady holding a basket of flowers and wearing a white dress with floral sprigs, crossed swords mark, impressed monogram “G.S.”, (or “S.G”), 50cms, (19½”). £100-150 £190
25 Poole Pottery slender waisted Vase, decorated with stylised tulips, peonies and other flowers, marked, initialled, “B.N”, 41cms, (16”). £100-200  
26 Poole Pottery Vase, with flared collar, decorated with stylised deer amongst leaves and flowers, circular base, marked, signed, “N. Blackmore” and initialled, “S.K”, 36cms, (14”). £200-300 £190
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Ceramics 1 - 51
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Prints, Engravings & Watercolours 295 - 305
Oil Paintings 310 - 327
Clocks 335 - 373
Furniture 380 - 441

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