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Tuesday 1st November 2011, 10:30 am

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View All Sections 1 - 481
Ceramics 1 - 57
Silver 58 - 134
Jewellery 135 - 172
Objets d'Art 175 - 224
Metalware 225 - 229
Miniatures and Silhouettes 230 - 239
Books 245 - 277
 
Wines 279 - 319
Prints & Engravings 320 - 321
Watercolours 322 - 342
Oil Paintings 343 - 374
Clocks 375 - 386
Furniture 387 - 479
Carpets and Rugs 389 - 391
General 480 - 481


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Ceramics
1 A Royal Worcester ivory coloured moulded jug, late 19th century, moulded with palmette leaves, impressed mark, 4cms, (9"). £80-120  
2 A pair of continental Faience Blackamoor torcheres, probably early 20th century, the figures dressed in doublets and hose, upholding cornucopia shaped stands, coloured glazes, 88cms, (34"). £500-700  
3 A Prattware pot lid, "Il Penseroso", circular moulded wood frame, diameter 18cms, (7") and two others, "Bellevue, Pegwell Bay", in a rectangular wooden frame, 18 x 17cms, (7" x 6") and another, "The Red Boar Inn", in a circular oak frame, diameter 19cms, (7"), (3). £180-240  
4 A Wedgwood 'Fairyland' bowl, 1920's, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, with elves and toadstools, iridescent glaze, pattern No. Z4968, irregular rim, diameter 13cms. £650-750 £650
5 A pair of Dresden porcelain figurines of gardeners, probably Sitzendorf, circa 1900, the young man and his companion holding baskets of flowers, dressed in 18th century costume, painted in coloured enamels, 21 and 19.5cms. £200-300  
6 A Staffordshire bone china nursery plate "Gollies at the Seaside", wrythen moulded outline, diameter 24cms. £40-60 £70
7 A Clarice Cliff 'Bizarre' three-piece tea set, 'Delecia' pattern, in streaked colours, comprising a conical shaped teapot, with angular handle and spout, 12cms, a milk jug and sugar bowl. £600-800 £650
8 A pair of Moorcroft McIntyre shouldered vases, decorated with swags of roses and forget-me-nots, with ribbon ties, gilt outlines, W. Moorcroft signature, standard printed marks and numbered M2597, (one chipped), 28.5cms. £300-500 £420
9 A slipware puzzle jug, named and dated 1827, probably North Midlands, with four (of five) rimmed spouts, over piercing, inscribed, "A gentleman now try your Skill ill told you Sixpence if you Will that you dont drink unless your Spill, John Taylor Drink and be Wise" 1827, on a treacle glazed ground, (old repairs), 17cms, (6"). £150-200 £210
10 A Rhenish salt-glazed stoneware jug, first half of the 18th century, press-moulded 'GR' within an incised leafy cartouche, concentric rings to the neck, glazed in under-glazed blue with magenta, 17cms, (6"). £50-70 £90
11 A Prattware type pottery jug, early 19th century, embossed and painted with Lord Wellington and General Hill, silver lustre rim, chipped, 17cms, (6"). £100-150  
12 A Ralph Wood style pottery Toby Jug, 19th century, Mr Toby seated, wearing a brown coat, tricorn hat, holding a jug of ale, 25cms, (10"), and a undecorated Toby Jug, 24cms, (9"), (2). £100-150  
13 A Dutch Delft blue and white charger, mid 18th century, the centre decorated with a vase of flowers, compartmentalised border, (chipped), diameter 30cms, (11"). £80-120 £95
14 A Chinese blue and white bottle vase, probably early 19th century, painted with flowers, foliage and willows, (damaged base), 24cms, (9x") and a Chinese blue and white baluster-shaped vase, decorated with flowers and scrolling tendrils, (hairline crack), 23.5cms, (9"), (2). £70-100 £70
15 A Victorian treacle glazed bargeware teapot, "A PRESENT TO MR & MRS SMITH", with a teapot finial to the domed lid, applied moulded decoration of birds, flowers and thistles, 32cms, (12"), another similar, "A PRESENT TO A FRIEND", 32cms, and another, "LOVE AT HOME", 29cms, (11", (all repaired), (3). £150-200 £130
16 A Victorian bargeware treacle-glazed teapot, "A PRESENT TO MRS TRUSTAM DERBY", 1893, applied moulded floral decoration, 24cms, (9") and another, "WISHING YOU A VERY XMAS", 23cms, (9"), (slight repairs), matched lids. £50-80 £45
17 A pair of French white porcelain figures of flower gatherers, marked for Charenton-Saint-Maurice, probably late 19th century, the figures in 18th century costume, each holding a flower filled basket, circular Key pattern bases, marked in blue, 26.5cms, (10"). £150-200  
18 A German porcelain group, "First Fruits of the Vine", Meissen late 19th century, modelled with three figures, grape baskets and a barrel, painted in blue, circular base, cross swords mark and numbered C63, 21cms, (8"). £300-400 £600
19 A Dresden porcelain framed wall mirror, circa 1900, rectangular bevelled plate, the frame designed with flanking cherubs, encrusted with flowers and foliage, rococo cartouches to the angles, birch wood back, 47 x 33cms, (18" x 13"). £200-300 £210
20 A Victorian parian group, after Chantrey's monument to the children of the Reverend W. Robinson, indistinct incised marks, chipped, length 24cms, (9"). £150-200  
21 A Copeland figural three-light candelabra, date mark for 1876, the three branches with leaves and flower heads, upheld by a kneeling cherub, painted in turquoise, enamel and gilt, circular base, impressed marks, 40cms, (15"). £200-300  
22 An English porcelain circular pot-pourri bowl, probably Coalport, second quarter of the 19th century, two-handled shallow bowl, with pierced domed conical lid, painted with floral sprays, length 13cms, (5") and a similar rectangular soap dish, pierced domed lid with a rosebud finial, width 13cms, (5"), (2). £150-200  
23 A Moorcroft circular bowl, "Anemone" design on a shaded blue ground, painted monogram and impressed marks, diameter 16cms, (6"). £200-300 £190
24 A Meissen tea bowl and saucer, painted in the manner of Christian Friedrick Herold, probably 18th century, the tea bowl adapted with a handle to serve as a cup, the cup painted with a river scene, figures in the foreground, the sauce similarly with a river scene, figures in the foreground, cross batons mark, (2). £100-150 £300
25 A Chinese blue and white baluster vase, Kangxi style, decorated with four female figures and vases of flowers, within foliate borders, six-character mark (seemingly reversed?), (damaged), 36cms, (14"). £200-300  
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 481
Ceramics 1 - 57
Silver 58 - 134
Jewellery 135 - 172
Objets d'Art 175 - 224
Metalware 225 - 229
Miniatures and Silhouettes 230 - 239
Books 245 - 277
 
Wines 279 - 319
Prints & Engravings 320 - 321
Watercolours 322 - 342
Oil Paintings 343 - 374
Clocks 375 - 386
Furniture 387 - 479
Carpets and Rugs 389 - 391
General 480 - 481

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