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Tuesday 17th May 2011, 10:30 am

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Ceramics 1 - 59
Silver 60 - 132
Jewellery 140 - 162
Objets d'Art 167 - 236
Books 241 - 271
MEDALS 280 - 305
Militaria 306 - 314
 
Wines 320 - 361
Prints & Engravings 370 - 371
Watercolours 372 - 383
Oil Paintings 384 - 523
Carpets and Rugs 430 - 433
General 435 - 524
Clocks 440 - 454
Furniture 460 - 522


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Price
Ceramics
1 A pair of Meissen figurines, circa 1900, modelled as children in 18th century costume, with goats, painted in polychrome enamels,oval bases, incised H81 and H82 respectively, 15cms, (6"). £400-600 £1000
2 A large Japanese circular charger, painted in the Imari pallet, with an eagle on a rocky outcrop, supplementary panels, the border with flowering pine and chrysanthemums, six-character mark, diameter 52cms, (20"). £300-500  
3 A pair of Satsuma shouldered vases of square section, painted in coloured enamels with reserves of birds and flowering branches, heightened in gilt, six-character marks, 25cms, (10"). £200-300 £180
4 A large Japanese porcelain bottle vase, decorated in coloured enamels with flowers, blossom, collar and neck similarly decorated on a mottled Clair de Lune ground, 61cms, (24"). £300-500  
5 A pair of Chinese famille verte vases, rounded bowls, decorated with dragon and foliage, stiff leaf collars, six-character marks, 41cms, (16"). £600-800 £550
6 An Imari baluster-shaped covered vase, probably Meiji, domed lid with a pointed finial, reserves painted with birds, trees and foliage in a typical pallet of under-glazed blue, iron red, orange and gilt, 36cms, (14"). £100-150 £120
7 An Imari bowl, probably Meiji, of compressed circular form, decorated with flowers and foliage, in a typical pallet of underglazed blue, iron red gilt, 13cms, (5"). £50-80 £45
8 A Chinese blue and white bowl, 18th or 19th century, trellis ground with panelled reserves of figures, foliage, four-character mark, diameter 12cms, (5"). £50-80 £45
9 A Chinese blue and white baluster-shaped vase, probably 19th century, flowering prunus pattern, 25cms, (10"), on a carved wood stand. £150-200  
10 A Chinese yellow ground and reticulated baluster-shaped vase with cover, blue four-character seal mark, decorated with figurative reserves on a profusely decorated floral ground, 16cms, (6"). £1000-1500 £1000
11 A Chinese polychrome shouldered vase, six-character mark, two reserves, painted in subdued pallet, with, respectively, figures with a candle and figures in a landscape, formal foliate ground with a key pattern band to the shoulder, 19cms, (7"). £1000-1500 £900
12 A Chinese blanc de chine libation cup, probably Fujian, lobed outline, decorated with a stag, dragon masks and flowering blossom, 7cms, (2") and another similar 7cms, (3"), (2). £400-600  
13 A large Chinese blue and white bulbous-shaped vase, floral reserves on a Key pattern ground, supplementary reserves to the shoulder, (riveted repair), matched dome lid, 53cms, (21"). Provenance: Kilworth House, Leicestershire, our sale 14th October 1999, Lot 169. £300-400 £900
14 A Chinese powder blue pear-shaped vase, with three reserves of precious objects, gilt metal mounts, 51cms, (20"). £200-300 £550
15 A Staffordshire enamelled box, shaped outline, cerulean ground with festooning, the hinged lid with a metal frame, painted with a river scene in the Dutch style, (damaged), width 9cms, (3"), and a Staffordshire enamelled oval box, mid 18th century, royal blue ground with floral reserves, hinged lid, painted with pastoral landscape, (damaged), 7.5cms, (3"), (2). £100-150 £150
16 A English hybrid hard paste porcelain sucrier, probably Spode circa 1800, batt printed with floral sprays, gilt outlines, twin handled with a domed lid, pattern number 500, 13cms, (5") and four matching coffee cans, (5). £50-70 £55
17 A large Royal Doulton character jug "Hatless" Drake, designed by Harry Fenton, 1941, cms, (6"). £500-800 £1500
18 A Bohemian ruby overlaid goblet, mid 19th century, engraved with stag and deer in a woodland landscape, top knopped octagonal stem, octagonal foot, 27cms, (10") £200-300 £320
19 The Duke of Wellington; A small Staffordshire printware plate, grey printed, indistinct factory mark, diameter 18cms, (7"). £50-80 £50
20 A pair of Copeland & Garrett porcelain plaques, mid 19th century, painted with views of Lake Lucerne, in the style of Daniel Lucas, one titled, 23 x 31cms, (9" x 12"), in swept gilt frames. £100-150 £300
21 A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian iridescent fruit bowl, designed by R. Joyce, panelled decoration of a stag amongst foliage, oak leaf border, rubbed, diameter 24cms, (9"). £50-80 £140
22 A Bohemian green-tinted ornamental goblet, circa 1900, the ogee bowl with an enamel and gilt decoration of formal scrolling foliage, knopped and baluster hollow stem, domed foot, 25cms, (10"). £70-100 £65
23 A Bow polychrome mug, circa 1760's, painted with flowers and dispersed sprigs, 6cms, (2"), First Period Worceser mug, 1760's, Imari pattern in underglazed blue, orange enamel and gilt and a Derby mug, circa 1770, polychrome decoration of flowers and foliage, (3). £150-200 £230
24 A New Hall silver-shape polychrome teapot, circa 1790's, straight sided form, decorated with sprigs and sprays, pattern no. 195, 16cms, (6"), a matching helmet-shape milk jug, 7cms, (4") and a matching tea bowl and sauce, (4). £200-300 £180
25 A New Hall tea bowl and saucer, early 19th century, painted with floral sprigs in coloured enamels, a Derby Crown Porcelain coffee can and saucer, a Royal Worcester tea cup and saucer, a Minton coffee cup and saucer, polychrome tea plate, probably Coalport, another tea and coffee ware, (20). £150-200 £150
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 524
Ceramics 1 - 59
Silver 60 - 132
Jewellery 140 - 162
Objets d'Art 167 - 236
Books 241 - 271
MEDALS 280 - 305
Militaria 306 - 314
 
Wines 320 - 361
Prints & Engravings 370 - 371
Watercolours 372 - 383
Oil Paintings 384 - 523
Carpets and Rugs 430 - 433
General 435 - 524
Clocks 440 - 454
Furniture 460 - 522

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