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Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 21st February 2012, 10:30 am

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View All Sections 1 - 378
Ceramics 1 - 62
General 63 - 378
Silver 70 - 96
Jewellery 100 - 128
Objets d'Art 135 - 169
Weapons 170 - 176
Caddies and Boxes 180 - 199
 
Books 205 - 219
Prints & Engravings 225 - 228
Watercolours 229 - 263
Oil Paintings 245 - 262
Clocks 270 - 284
Carpets and Rugs 285 - 287
Furniture 290 - 377


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Ceramics
1 A First Period Worcester polychrome bowl, circa 1770's, vase and cartouche panels painted with exotic birds and insects, on a scale blue ground, blue seal mark, diameter 16.5cms, (6"). £80-120 £140
2 A First Period Worcester polychrome dessert plate, circa 1770's, vase and cartouche panels painted with a butterfly and floral sprays, scale blue ground, blue seal mark, diameter 22.5cms, (9"). £80-120 £180
3 A First Period Worcester style polychrome sucrier and cover, Samson late 19th century, cartouche-shaped reserves, painted with birds and insects on a powder-blue ground, (matched) ogee domed lid, bears blue seal mark, 17cms, (6") and a Worcester style circular bowl, English 19th or 20th century, similarly decoration, diameter 18cms, (7"), (2). £50-80 £110
4 A First Period Worcester blue and white bowl, 1770 - 75, painted with "The Waiting Chinaman" pattern, script 'W' mark, diameter 12cms, (4"). £50-80 £200
5 A First Period Worcester cup and saucer, 1760's, vase and cartouche panels, painted with birds, butterflies and insects, scale blue ground, seal marks, (2). £100-150 £190
6 A Stevenson & Hancock Derby tea bowl and saucer, 19th century, painted in coloured enamels with floral sprays and sprigs, standard cross baton marks in red and a Stevoenson & Hancock Derby tea cup and saucer, decorated with rose sprigs, the saucer of octagonal shape, (4). £50-80 £60
7 A pair of Art Deco Keramis pottery bottle vases, Boch Freres, stylised floral decoration, incised and painted in colours, on a crackle ground, pattern number 897, 27cms, (10"). £100-150 £220
8 A Coalport blue and white bough pot bombe and serpentine form, moulded with scallops and ring pendants, gadrooned apron, lacking cover, (cracked), width 29cms, (11"), height 18cms, (7"). £200-300  
9 A Chinese polychrome vase, Qianlong, moulded shaped reserves painted with figurative scenes, blue ground, decorated in gilt with flowers, butterflies and foliage, (hairline crack), 26cms, (10"). £300-500 £380
10 A Derby polychrome dessert basket, 1760's, pierced and rosette moulded shaped oval bowl, sprig handles encrusted with flowers and foliage, painted centre spray, some losses, width 26cms, (10"). £400-600 £400
11 A Bow "Kakiemon" polychrome octagonal shallow dish, circa 1760, "Two Quails" pattern with flowering foliage, patterned border, width 17cms, (6"). £150-200 £220
12 A First Period Worcester polychrome lozenge-shape spoon tray, lightly lobed outline, painted with a floral spray and sprigs, width 13cms, (5"). £100-150 £120
13 A Meissen "Kakiemon" polychrome tea bowl, probably 18th century, of octagonal form, painted with "Two Quails" pattern, cross-swords mark, width 7cms, (2") and a First Period Worcester "Kakiemon" cup and saucer, gold crescent marks, (cup handle damaged), (3). £100-150 £360
14 A First Period Worcester polychrome pear-shaped sparrow-beak jug, 1760's, decorated with sprays and sprigs, 9cms, ("3") and another similar pear-shaped sparrow-beak jug, 9cms, (3"), (both damaged), (2). £70-100 £85
15 A Chelsea Derby polychrome coffee can, circa 1760, painted with exotic birds, in the manner of James Giles, 6cms, (2"), a Longton Hall polychrome coffee cup, 1750's painted with root flowers, (damaged), 7cms, (3"), a Bow coffee cup, 1750's, painted with flowers and foliage, under a hatched border, (chipped), 6cms, (2") and five others, (8). £200-300 £1650
16 A Chelsea Red Anchor Period silver-shaped navette dish, circa 1755, shell moulded, painted with sprays in polychrome enamels, red anchor mark, glazed craquelure and hairline cracks, width 95cms, (10"). £100-150 £160
17 A First Period Worcester scallop-shape polychrome dessert dish, 1760's, painted Sir Joshua Reynold's pattern, on a blue surround, with gilt hatching, 'W' mark, width 19cms, (7"). £200-300 £320
18 A Chelsea Red Anchor period polychrome caudle cup on stand, 1750's, the domed lid with a cherry finial, the bowl (badly damaged and riveted) with twin sprig handles, painted with floral sprays, butterflies and insects, dished circular stand, diameter 17cms, (6"). £100-150 £130
19 A Bow lozenge-shaped polychrome spoon tray, circa 1760, decorated with root flowers and a duck, (rubbed), 14cms, ( 5"), a Derby polychrome spoon tray, lightly moulded outlines, painted with a spray and sprigs, 14cms, (5") and a continental porcelain chamber stick, late 19th century, moulded and painted with ivy, 13cms, (5"), (3). £100-150 £290
20 A First Period Worcester tea bowl and saucer, 1760's, lightly fluted, "Jabberwocky" pattern in coloured enamels and gilt, within a turquoise scrolled border, (2). £150-200 £210
21 A First Period Worcester "Kakiemon" shouldered vase, circa 1760, of hexagonal section, "Two Quails" pattern, 14cms, (5). Provenance: Labelled Cheetham Collection, CA119 as Chelsea. £100-150 £1500
22 A First Period Worcester plate, circa 1760's, lightly lobed outline, vase and cartouche panels, filled with flowers and foliage, in polychrome enamels on a scale blue ground, seal mark, diameter 19.5cms, (7"). £200-300 £180
23 A Derby desk stand, 1760's, with an integral box, the lid (badly damaged), with fruit finial, a pounce pot inkwell and chamber stick, (the latter now fixed to the base), moulded scroll and painted floral decoration in polychrome enamels, width 21cms, (8"). £400-600 £360
24 A First Period Worcester cup and saucer, 1760's, slightly larger size, vase and cartouche panels filled with birds and insects, scale blue ground, seal mark to the saucer, (2). £100-150 £320
25 A Chinese polychrome shouldered ovoid vase, Kangxi, compartmentalised decoration with figures, alternating with jardinieres of flowers, replaced wooden lid, 15cms, (6"), on a hardwood stand. £200-300 £520
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Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 378
Ceramics 1 - 62
General 63 - 378
Silver 70 - 96
Jewellery 100 - 128
Objets d'Art 135 - 169
Weapons 170 - 176
Caddies and Boxes 180 - 199
 
Books 205 - 219
Prints & Engravings 225 - 228
Watercolours 229 - 263
Oil Paintings 245 - 262
Clocks 270 - 284
Carpets and Rugs 285 - 287
Furniture 290 - 377

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