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Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 2nd December 2008, 10:30 am

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View All Sections 1 - 518
Ceramics 1 - 86
Silver 90 - 172
Jewellery 175 - 204
Objets d'Art 210 - 260
General 264 - 518
 
Wines 270 - 328
Prints & Engravings 330 - 340
Watercolours 345 - 412
Oil Paintings 370 - 413
Clocks 415 - 431
Furniture 435 - 516


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Price
Ceramics
1 Newhall porcelain Tea Set, comprising six tea bowls, six saucers, milk jug and two bowls, each piece decorated with flower sprays, some pieces numbered 449. £200-300 £220
2 18th Century English pottery Tea Caddy, serpentine rectangular form, painted with flower sprays, 12cms, (4"). £80-120  
3 Leeds Creamware Gruel Pot and domed Cover, with acorn finial, with twist handles, 15cms, (6"), an Egg Cup with pierced decoration and three plates, (5). £30-50 £50
4 18th Century Leeds porcelain Teapot and domed Cover, with plain knop, both pieces with hatched bands and painted with floral swags, 16cms, (6") £120-150  
5 18th Century Leeds porcelain fluted Bowl, decorated with floral spays, 16cms, (6"). £120-160  
6 18th Century Liverpool porcelain Bowl, decorated with oriental figures with gilt highlights, 16cms, (6"). £100-150 £130
7 Copper lustre Commemorative Jug, transfer decorated with a portrait and inscribed, "God Save Queen Caroline" to one side and verse to the reverse, 12cms, (5"). £120-150  
8 Pair of early 19th Century Newhall porcelain Tea Bowls and Saucers, each decorated in the "Sprig" pattern, the bowls 8cms, (3"), the saucers 12cms, (5"). £50-70 £60
9 19th Century Newhall Teapot Stand of rectangular form, painted with floral sprays, 21cms, (8"). £30-50  
10 Fahua aubergine ground baluster Vase, with incised decoration of stylised water lilies and cranes, 30cms, (12"). £1500-2000  
11 Chinese shallow circular Bowl, of blue ground, decorated in gilt with a dragon, in a landscape, seal mark, (worn), 17cms, (6"). £200-300  
12 18th Century famille rose Bowl, decorated with panels of trees and blossom, on a pedestal base and marked, 22cms, (9"). £100-150 £80
13 Royal Doulton stoneware Jug, reeded handle, Bacchus mask spout, the collar moulded with grapes and vines, above a band of Bacchanalian scenes and the motto, "Good is not good enough, the best is not too good", 20cms, (8"). £60-100 £60
14 Pair of 19th Century Cantonese pottery Plaques, depicting a seated emperor and empress, both in regal dress, both signed and with seal marks, 30cms x 20cms, (12" x 8"), in simulated bamboo frames. £100-150 £150
15 Satsuma cylindrical Vase, decorated with a panel of an interior scene with figures to one side and a scene of insects and flowers to the reverse, on an enamelled ground, the interior painted with a verse, 5cms, (2"). £50-70 £45
16 19th Century Continental pottery Jug, with gilt rim and shaped handle, decorated with Russian Napoleonic scenes, the base inscribed, "Russian Chopping Blocks" and "Russian Boor", 12cms, (5"). £60-100 £75
17 Pair of George III Glass Rummers, each with engraved band above lozenges, on knopped stem and circular foot, 13cms, (5"). £60-100 £80
18 Set of seven Victorian Champagne Glasses, each engraved with a band of vines and berries, above a facetted hollow stem and on a circular foot, 12cms, (5"). £50-70 £75
19 Pair of George V Glass Decanters, each with hallmarked silver collar, above a three-ring neck, cut lozenges and facetted base, with stoppers, maker's mark worn, Birmingham 1911, 26cms, (10"). £80-120 £85
20 Royal Copenhagen pottery Model - "Girl with Doll (sitting)", marked, numbered 1938, 13cms, (5"), another - "Amager Girl Knitting", marked, numbered 1314, 16cms, (6"), (a.f.), and a Royal Copenhagen pottery Model - "Small Barking Fox", marked, numbered 1475, 15cms, (6"), (a.f.), (3). £50-70 £100
21 Royal Copenhagen pottery Model - "Whittler (boy shaping stick)", marked, numbered 905, 19cms, (7"). £50-70 £50
22 Pair of 19th Century Meissen porcelain Groups, each with two putti standing either side of a column base, which is surmounted by a parrot within a ribbon hoop, marked, both with incised number H38, 12cms, (5"). £200-300 £440
23 Pair of 19th Century Meissen porcelain Candlestick Figures, each modelled as a dancer within a floral encrusted arch, on a rocky scrolled base, cross swords mark, incised number 166, 22cms, (9"). £200-300 £420
24 Pair of 18th Century Derby Bocage Figures, of a gallant wearing a pink-lined white jacket and companion wearing a floral decorated dress, with a dog and lamb at their feet respectively, on moulded scrolled bases, 18cms, (7"), (some damaged). £80-120 £120
25 Pair of 19th Century Meissen twin-handled figural Table Candlesticks, modelled as a young man with a black wide-brimmed hat, blue jacket, on a rococo plinth, supported flower encrusted spiral column branches, painted cross swords mark, impressed number, marked, his companion with striped skirt and chequer-decorated bodice, 20cms, (8"), (some damage). £300-400 £480
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 518
Ceramics 1 - 86
Silver 90 - 172
Jewellery 175 - 204
Objets d'Art 210 - 260
General 264 - 518
 
Wines 270 - 328
Prints & Engravings 330 - 340
Watercolours 345 - 412
Oil Paintings 370 - 413
Clocks 415 - 431
Furniture 435 - 516

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