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Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 28th March 2017, 11:00 am

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Price
Ceramics & Glass
500 An enamelled earthenware musicians spill vase group, Staffordshire, circa 1820, cornucopia-like flute, flanked by harpist and drummer, the base modelled with a waterfall and sheep, substantial restoration, 20cm. £300-500 £480
501 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, both figures carrying a basket, restored, 17.5cm. £400-600 £420
502 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, both figures carrying a basket, restored, 18cm, restored. £400-600  
503 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, Staffordshire, circa 1820, bocage over encrusted base, damaged, 21cm. £300-500 £500
504 A Pearl glazed earthenware Dandies group, he with a basket, she with a parasol, square base, restored, 18cm. £300-500 £500
505 A Pearl glazed earthenware bocage group of Dandies, both with baskets, heavily restored, 18cm. £250-350  
506 A Walton type earthenware bocage group, 'The Flight to Egypt', late 18th century, some remodelling and substantial losses, 19.5cm £300-500 £800
507 A Pratt type earthenware clock group money box, incised J. Emery, Mexbro, South Yorkshire, circa 1840, the money box in the form of a long case clock, flanked by a man and woman with two dogs, 23cm, restored and damaged. According to John and Griselda Lewis, James Emery's Pottery was close by Mexborough Old Pottery, 6 miles north of Rotherham. See John and Griselda Lewis, Pratt Ware, 1993, page 80-81. £250-350 £750
508 A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire type, 1800-1820, with caryatid handle, modelled with bottle and glass, close modelled to the rotund body, chipped, 20.5cm. £200-300 £230
509 A Prattware Toby jug, Yorkshire 1800-1820, plain handle (remodelled), extensively restored, 20.5cm. £200-300  
510 A Staffordshire sailor Toby jug, probably Wood and Calwell, circa 1805, the figure seated on a chair over a seaman's chest, holding a jug and glass, restored, 30cm. £400-600 £1200
511 A Ralph Wood type Toby jug, Staffordshire, probably late 18th century, a slender figure seated, holding a jug and pipe, restored, 25.5cm £400-600 £1900
512 A large Prattware tea caddy, circa 1790, shouldered and fluted form, profile portraits frame by beading, chipped and restored, 17cm. £200-300 £700
513 A Prattware flask, The Duke of York and Royal Sufferers, 1790s, designed with the Duke of York in profile, and the ill-fated French Royal Family, restored neck, 12cm. £200-300 £320
514 A Prattware circular portrait plaque, The Prince Regent, circa 1810, the background delicately painted with flowers, pierced for suspension, diameter 15cm. £400-600 £400
515 A Prattware cow in a landscape oval plaque, incised Edward Hawthorn, 1825, moulded and beaded surround, 16.5cm x 19.5cm, restored. £200-300 £270
516 An earthenware cow in a landscape oval plaque, circa 1820, beaded and moulded surround, slight damage, 16.5cm x 19.5cm. £100-150 £360
517 A Pratt type cow and milkmaid creamer, circa 1800-1820, dappled in black and ox blood red, rectangular platform, restored, 15cm. £200-300  
518 A Pratt type cow and milkmaid creamer, North-East region, 1800-1820, sponge decoration in brown and reddish pink, flat stand with a projection for the milkmaid, modelled with pail, and hobbled hind legs, chipped, 14cm. £300-500 £300
519 A Creamware type cow and milkmaid creamer, probably Yorkshire, 1800-1820, sponged in black, and with burnt ochre patched, reeded edged rectangular platform with canted corners, 15cm. £300-500 £300
520 A Pearlware type cow creamer, circa 1800, mottled black, moulded and domed lozenge-shape platform, washed green, firing crack and replaced cover, 11cm. Provenance: The Boothman Smallwood Collection. £300-500 £750
521 A Creamware cow creamer, probably Yorkshire, circa 1800, sponge decoration in blue, and with iron-red flecks, lightly fluted rectangular platform, modelled with a calf feeding, restored, 12cm. £300-500 £600
522 A Prattware cow creamer, attributed to St. Anthony Pottery, Newcastle, circa 1810, with blue-black sponging, incurved green wash flat stand, restored, 12.5cm. £300-500 £360
523 A small Creamware type cow creamer, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, mottled blue with ochre patches, rectangular base modelled with a calf, restored, 12cm. £200-300 £360
524 An earthenware polka dot cow creamer, probably Staffordshire, circa 1800, model with a calf, the lid replaced or extensively restored, 15cm. £150-200 £340
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