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Tuesday 12th October 2010, 10:30 am

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Ceramics 1 - 69
Silver 75 - 128
Stamp Boxes 135 - 156
Objets d'Art 160 - 204
Jewellery 210 - 215
Wines 220 - 252
 
Prints & Engravings 260 - 273
Watercolours 280 - 303
Oil Paintings 310 - 361
Clocks 370 - 378
Carpets and Rugs 385 - 391
Furniture 395 - 476


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Ceramics
1 A pair of English porcelain rectangular plaques, painted by T. Simpson, with still lifes of flowers and fruit on marble slabs, 20 x 27cms, (8" x 10½"), framed. £150-200  
2 Royal Doulton Sung vase, by Charles Noke and Fred Moore, circa 1930, of ovoid form, pattern number 1304, printed and painted marks and signatures, 16cms, (6½"). £250-400 £200
3 English blue and white porcelain oval dish, possibly Liverpool,third quarter of the 18th century, decorated with a riverside pavilion and trees, floral border, (chipped, irregular), 20cms, (8"). £100-150 £110
4 Derby wrythen moulded tea bowl and saucer, late 18th century, decorated with cornflowers sprigs, on scrolled bands, further disbursed sprigs, standard puce mark, a Derby fluted tea bowl and saucer, late 18th century, decorated in blue and gilt, two Derby cans, early 19th century and a Derby tea bowl, (7). £150-200 £140
5 New Hall "silver shape" teapot, 1790's, shaped straight sided form, decorated with floral sprays and sprigs, polychrome enamels, pattern number 191, (chip and hairline cracks), 16cms, (6¼"), another English highbred hard past porcelain teapot of oval form, (hairline cracks), 15cms, (6"), a New Hall waste bowl, polychrome decoration and a tea bowl and saucer, (5). £100-150 £110
6 First Period Worcester lightly fluted spherical teapot, circa 1770, with under-glazed blue peacock's eye banded decoration and a floral sprig to the spout and handle, foliate finial to the domed lid, hairline crack, 15cms, (6"), a moulded Worcester blue and white teapot, floral decoration, (lacking lid, hairline cracks), a Worcester blue and white tea bowl and saucer, "Fruit Sprig" pattern, another tea bowl and a saucer and a Royal Worcester oval dish, (7). £200-300 £200
7 First Period Worcester polychrome teapot, 1770's, Imari pattern, in colours, spherical form with a domed lid, flower finial, decorated in underglazed blue and coloured enamels, (repaired), 17cms, (6½"), another Worcester "Imari" pattern teapot, with a matched domed lid, 15cms, (6"), a Worcester cup and saucer and three coffee cups, (7). £250-400 £280
8 Chinese export porcelain Fitzhugh pattern armorial part service, Qian long, each piece with crest and motto strap, "LAUS VIRTUTIS ACTIO", within a circular medallion of mythical beasts, lattice reserves surrounded by flowers, foliage and utensils, comprising a navette-shape tureen base (with hairline cracks), width 28cms, (11"), a pair of oval stands, four shallow circular dishes, (rim chips) and twelve dessert plates, (7 chipped), together with pierced oval dish of similar pattern, 25cms, (10"), (20). Provenance: Margaret, Lady Gretton, Uffold Old Rectory, Lincolnshire, sale on the premises, Heathcote,Ball & Co., May 2000 and Lot 113. Footnote: The crest and motto is that of Rawson of South Yorkshire and Lancashire, (see David S. Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, volume II, page 544). The author notes: "This is the only service with British arms known with Fitzhugh pattern in green enamel. £800-1200 £1900
9 Pair of Cantonese polychrome circular shallow dishes, 19th century, compartmentalised decoration, with mandarin figures, matched by floral reserves, patterned ground, diameter 25cms, (10"), six other Cantonese polychrome plates and dishes, (chips and hairline cracks), (8). £200-300  
10 Chinese blue and white plate, Kangxi or later, lotus pattern, in a floral border, (hairline cracks), diameter 27cms, (10½"). £80-120 £80
11 Chinese export famille rose octagonal armorial plate, Qianlong, the arms with a motto, "NON SIBI", within a ribbon twist, shooting bamboo and floral border, (restored), diameter 22.5cms, (9") and two Chinese export famille rose shallow dishes, (both damaged), (3). £80-120  
12 Cantonese polychrome rose bowl, 19th century, compartmentalised decoration of mandarin figures, paired with sprays of flowers, birds and insects, pattern ground, (hairline crack), diameter 23cms, (9"), a Cantonese cylindrical teapot, (handle missing), a Cantonese cylindrical wine pot, (matched lid) and other Cantonese teawares, mostly damaged, (11). £150-200  
13 Chinese famille rose shallow dish, Qianlong, six-character seal mark, central reserve painted with fowl amongst flowers an foliage, *(rim chip), diameter 20cms, (8") and two Chinese plates, painted in Imari colours, (3). £80-120 £550
14 Six Chinese monochrome circular shallow dishes, Jiaqing, six-character seal mark, decorated in burnt orange sprays of foliage and fruit, (one with a rim chip), diameter 23cms, (9"). £150-200 £170
15 Pair of Chinese export porcelain famille rose octagonal plates, Qianlong, painted with flowers and foliage, within a lambrequin band, (chipped), width 22cms, (8½"), four Chinese export porcelain plates, decorated in underglazed blue and iron red, (hairline cracks), diameter 23cms, (9") and two other octagonal plates, (8). £80-120 £80
16 Cantonese polychrome picture plate, 19th century, decorated with figures on a terrace and the border with supplementary reserves, diameter 30cms, (12") and a Chinese polychrome shallow dish, decorated with a gardener, (chipped), diameter 30cms, (12"), (2). £80-120 £340
17 Chinese sang de boeuf vase, 19th or 20th century, with a rounded bowl, 28cms, (11") and a Chinese green crackle-glazed jar of shouldered form, 21½cms, (8½"), (2). £100-150 £150
18 Pair of Chinese polychrome stand bowls, probably 20th century, domed lids, painted with stylised flowers on scrolling foliage, and underglazed blue and coloured enamels, 20cms, (8"). £100-150 £150
19 A Sevres style green ground part cabaret set, late 19th century, comprising a rectangular tray, with a painted bust portrait of the Emperor Napoleon, tooled gilt surround with laurel wreaths, width 31cms, (12¼"), a teapot of tapering and shouldered form, with a painted panel of a courtesan, 14cms, (5½"), a matching sucrier and a cup and saucer, (the latter badly damaged), bears marks in red, (5). £150-200 £420
20 Pair of French porcelain ewer-shaped vases, probably Limoges, gilt decoration embellished with rose sprigs in coloured enamels, shaped handles, terminating with mask heads, square bases, 32cms, (12½"). £200-300  
21 Set of six glass rummers, blue overlaid rounded funnel bowls, with engraved decoration, knopped stems, 15cms, (6"). £200-300 £160
22 Royal Doulton figure - "Gloria", designed by Leslie Harradine, HN1700, colour variation, 18cms, (7"). £400-600 £700
23 Meissen gilt metal mounted casket, second half of the 19th century, rectangular with rounded ends, the hinged lid with a painted vignette, after Watteau, tooled gilt rococo style surround with beading, supplementary side panels, with lakeland landscapes, flower sprays, cross-swords mark in blue, width 11cms, (4¼"). £200-400  
24 Imari baluster-shaped vase and cover, probably Meiji, hexagonal shoulder, painted with flowers, rock work and a fence, supplementary reserves to the shoulder, against a blue ground, domed lid with onion finial, 43cms, (17"). £200-300 £300
25 Dresden porcelain tea service circa 1900, decorated with painted panels of figures in garden settings, after Lanquet, on a royal blue gilt ground, comprising eleven cups, twelve saucers, twelve plates and a pair of serving plates, (37). £70-100 £200
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 476
Ceramics 1 - 69
Silver 75 - 128
Stamp Boxes 135 - 156
Objets d'Art 160 - 204
Jewellery 210 - 215
Wines 220 - 252
 
Prints & Engravings 260 - 273
Watercolours 280 - 303
Oil Paintings 310 - 361
Clocks 370 - 378
Carpets and Rugs 385 - 391
Furniture 395 - 476

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