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Tuesday 15th September 2015, 10:00 am

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Silver & Objects of Virtue 145 - 255
 
Jewellery & Watches 260 - 307
Books 315 - 333
Pictures 335 - 433
Furniture & Furnishings 435 - 544


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Ceramics & Glass
1 A pair of Derby porcelain figures, The Dresden Shepherds, late 18th Century, the shepherd with a brimmed hat, jacket and breeches, holding a basket of fruit and proffers an apple, dog lies at his feet, the shepherdess clad in a round hat, lace bodice and skirt with an apron filled with flowers, base modelled with a lamb, repaired and damaged, incised N55, cross batons mark in puce and red respectively, 21cm and 20.5cm. £100-150 £90
2 A Derby porcelain group, The Stocking Mender, early 19th Century, servant girl wearing a crimped cap, blouse, apron and skirt, darning the left stocking upon the leg of a standing gallant, scrolled base, incised No.77, cross batons marked in red, substantial restoration and old damage, 18cm. £80-120 £75
3 A pair of Derby figures, The Garland Shepherds, late 18th Century, the shepherd wearing a brimmed hat, jacket and breeches stands beside a seated dog, holding a letter in his outstretched left hand, the companion shepherd placing a garland around the neck of a ewe, scrolled bases, incised N60, with patch marks, substantial restoration, damage and losses, 20cm. £100-150 £95
4 A pair of Derby bocage candlestick figures, Liberty and Matrimony, late 18th Century, modelled as a shepherd and shepherdess seated before a balustrade, he with a dove in his hand and his faithful dog at his feet, she holding a bird cage in her lap and a recumbent lamb at her feet, scrolled bases, patch marks, substantial losses and old repairs, 27cm and 24cm, and a Derby bocage candelabra figure, late 18th Century, substantial damage and old repairs, 31cm (3). £300-500 £270
5 A Chelsea style porcelain bocage group, probably Samson, Paris, late 19th Century, modelled with a shepherd and shepherdess, sheep and a dog, painted in coloured enamels, Rococo base, bears gold anchor mark, damage to bocage and repaired foot, 24cm. £70-100 £65
6 A large and impressive Derby campana shape urn, early 19th Century, royal blue ground, puce banding, twin satyr mask loop handles, the reserves painted with figures by a camp fire in the style of George Robertson, matched by floral spray, square base, red cross batons mark, cracked and otherwise damaged, 47cm, diameter 38cm. £500-800 £1300
7 A pair of Derby porcelain campana shaped urns, early 19th Century, each with twin scrolled handles, decorated in underglaze blue, iron red and green enamel, with gilt, standard cross batons marks, 20cm. £80-120 £170
8 A Barr Flight and Barr Period Worcester campana shape covered vase, early 19th Century, faux marble ground with a single reserve, painted with a named view, Valley Crucis Abbey, near Llangollen, possibly painted by Thomas Baxter, lid damaged, handle and base restored, 28cm. £500-800 £3400
8A A Chamberlains Worcester vase on stand, tapering form, painted reserves with exotic birds and insects within gilt borders, on a blue ground, circular stand, overall height 17.5cm £100-150 £90
9 A Worcester part dessert service, Blind Earl pattern, Chamberlains, early 19th Century, painted predominantly in a gilt palette with butterflies and insects, in coloured enamels, comprising a pair of navette shape dishes with lobed out lines 32cm, a handled dish, restored, diameter 20cm and three plates, damaged (6). £100-150 £90
10 Three Regency cut glass oval dessert dishes, leaf form design, chipped, width 28cm. £50-80 £48
11 A Jacobite style wine glass, rounded funnel bowl, engraved with a rose and two buds, double series opaque twist stem with heavy spiral threads, outside a lace twist, domed foot, 15cm. £200-300 £240
12 A Jacobite style wine glass, drawn trumpet bowl, with a rose and two buds, multiple spiral air twist stem, slightly domed foot, 16cm. £100-150 £550
13 A Jacobite style ale flute, funnel bowl engraved with a rose and single bud, double series opaque twist stem with heavy spiral outside the solid vertical cable, domed foot, 21cm. £100-150 £210
14 A Jacobite style goblet, cup shape bowl, engraved with a rose, two buds and a butterfly, double series opaque twist stem, with heavy spiral threads outside a loose vertical cable, domed foot, 16.5cm. £200-300 £180
15 A Prattware ''Admiral Rodney'' mug, probably late 18th Century, modelled as the naval commander's head and shoulders, his braids raised at the back to form the handle, the rim with a broad band depicting flags and other nautical trophies, light chips, 14.5cm. £700-1000 £1200
16 A Staffordshire pottery group of Uncle Tom and Eva, attributed to Thomas Parr, 1850's, with a three line quotation ''Eva gaily laughing was hanging her wreath of roses round Tom's neck'', 20cm, another Staffordshire group, titled ''UNCLE TOM'', 28cm and a Staffordshire arbour group, ''Uncle Tom and Eva'', 16.5cm. Footnote: The characters in Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin caught the imagination of English readers although some such figures may have been intended for the American market. £70-100 £270
17 A pair of Victorian ruby glass and gilt metal mounted ornamental ewers, polygonal section decorated in gilt with fruiting vines, metal necks, scrolled handles with fruiting vines, tripod cabochon feet, 31cm. £70-100 £650
18 A George Jones & Sons majolica cheese dish and cover, turquoise ground bell with blossom and a basket weave band, impressed mark and numbered 3241, 33cm. £100-150 £80
19 A pair of large Minton majolica jardinieres and stands, pedestal urn shape with moulded decoration, ribbon tie and laurel handles, on quatrefoil plinths with mask heads and scrolled feet, impressed marks, overall height 57.8cm, old damages and repairs (2) £1000-1500  
20 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, 1879, designed by Florence Barlow, tapering straight sided, pate-sur-pate decorated with guinea fowl, number 672, 23cm. £150-200  
21 A cut glass commemorative covered bowl, THE CORONATION OF EDWARD VIII KING EMPEROR MAY 12th 1937, limited edition, No. 25 for Thomas Goode & Co. Limited, scrolled handles, the domed lid with a coronet finial, square base, hollow stem with a silver commemorative medal, 28cm. £200-300 £260
22 A commemorative conical shape goblet, for the Coronation of George VI 1937, folded foot, hollow stem with a silver commemorative medal, 25cm. £50-80 £65
23 A set of twelve French crystal finger bowls, St Louis, flared bowls with an acid etched band below scrolls tooled gilt band, diameter 11cm. £100-150 £230
24 A part suite of French table crystal, St Louis, comprising six tumblers 9cm, five Champagnes with shallow rounded bowls and a wine glass (12). £100-150 £85
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View All Sections 1 - 544
Ceramics & Glass 1 - 39
Asian Art 45 - 82
Works of Art 85 - 141
Silver & Objects of Virtue 145 - 255
 
Jewellery & Watches 260 - 307
Books 315 - 333
Pictures 335 - 433
Furniture & Furnishings 435 - 544

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