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Lot 91

  • An 18th Century Oak Frieze Panel Carved with oak leaves and deer eating fruits from the trees 6 ins (15 cms) in height, 30 ins (76 cms) in width.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

This sale took place on Sunday 26 February 2012

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Lot 92

  • A Small 17th Century Oak Bible Box. The planked lid above the front panel carved with engrailed ends and two twin-head tulips. 5 1/2 ins (14 cms) in height, 19 1/2 ins (49.5 cms) in width, 15 ins (38 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

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Lot 93

  • A Large 17th Century Oak Bible Box. The planked top having engrailed ends above a carved front panel with floral lunette defined against a recessed pitted ground. 9 ins (23 cms) in height, 29 1/2 ins (75 cms) in width, 20 1/2 ins (52 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

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Lot 94

  • A 17th Century Oak Bible Box. The planked lid above a fret-carved front panel depicting scrolls of stylised foliage defined against a pitted ground; the lower section having a secret freize drawer 12 ins (30 cms) in height, 28 ins (71.5 cms) in width, 18 ins (46 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

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Lot 95

  • A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Oak Coffer. The planked lid with moulded edge above a triple panelled front enriched with incised foliage. Raised on stile feet 27 1/2 ins (70 cms) in height, 44 1/2 ins (113 cms) in width, 18 3/4 ins (47.5 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 96

  • A Small 17th Century Oak Coffer. The three panel lid above a lunette carved upper rail and three further panels flanked by run moulded stiles that form the feet. 25 1/2 ins (65 cms) in height, 37 3/4 ins (96 cms) in width, 19 1/2 ins (49.5 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 97

  • A Small 17th Century Oak Coffer, the triple panelled lid above a conforming front with upper & lower rails enriched with nulled decoration. Raised on stile feet 24 ins (61 cms) in height, 38 ins (96 cms) in width, 19 3/4 ins (50 cms) in depth.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 98

  • A Small Late 17th/Early 18th Century Oak Coffer with a twin panelled lid and interior candle box. The two front panels divided by a run-moulded muntin and flanked by similar moulded stiles. 21 1/2 ins (55 cms) in height, 38 1/2 ins (98 cms) in width.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot 99

  • A Large 17th Century Oak Dower Chest. The thick planked lid above a nulled frieze centred by a large iron lockplate and hasp. The four front panels bordered by run-moulded rails and muntins. Raised on stile feet 36 ins (92 cms) in height, 79 1/2 ins (202 cms) in width, 30 1/4ins (77 cms) in depth. [Bought by the vendor in November 1959 in an estate sale of 'Exceptional Antique Furniture' from The Holme, Holme in Cliviger, Near Burnley Lancashire, lot 424]
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 100

  • Two Early Slipware Dishes (A/F): An 18th Century Staffordshire Dish, circa 1700, with a brown glaze and distinctive white slip decoration, 12 1/4ins (31 cms) diameter. [For a similar example in the Handley Museum, see 'Concise Encyclopedia of English Pottery and Porcelain' by Wolf Mankowitz and Reginald Haggar, plate 82]. A Fine & Rare 17th Century Slipware Baking Dish, enriched with white trailed slip over a brown glazed interior, 17 1/4ins (44 cms) in diameter.
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

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Lot 101

  • A Metropolitan Ware Jug and A 20th Century Dicker Ware Copy of Two-Handled Wrotham Tyg circa 1900. The Metropolitan Ware Jug having slipware decoration with bold initials 'J.B.' 7 3/4 ins (19.5 cms) in height. The tyg labelled 'T.R.Wrotham, 1703' in yellow slip with base stamped Dicker, Sussex 211, 5 ins (12.5 cms) height.
  • Estimate: £80.00 - £160.00

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Lot 102

  • A 19th Century Pastille Burner modelled in the form of a House, dated 1800 and initialled II within a small slip square on one gable end, ornamented with yellow slipware stylised tulips to the roof slopes and gable ends. Probably made at Burton-in-Lonsdale, Yorkshire. [Restoration to both chimneys]. 6 ins (15 cms) high, 5 1/2 ins (14 cms) wide, 4 1/2 ins (11.5 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 103

  • A 19th Century Slipware Ewer with a short thumbed spout. The terracotta glazed handle above a dark treacle glazed roundel with slip decoration 12 ins (30 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

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Lot 104

  • Three Pieces of Slipware (A/F) :An Early 19th Century Slipware Jar Probably Buckley with the initials M.C.A dated 1829 and a slip formed 'tree of life'. [Chips to the rim], 7 1/4ins (18.5 cms) in height. An 18th Century Beer Jar from Midhope Potteries; the ovoid body bearing a cartouche with the initials G.J.B and date 1773, 10 3/4 ins (27 cms) in height. A Rare 18th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Cider Jar with a single loop handle, and dated 1777. The yellow slip decoration to the front reading 'John Mason' surmounted by two snowdrops, 12 ins (30.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

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Lot 105

  • A Late 18th/Early 19th Century Slipware Meat Dish, with a dark brown glaze and wavy slip decoration, 12 1/2 ins x 9 ins (32 cms x 31 cms). And A 19th Century Salt Kit, North East England. Slip-trailed and dated bib; 1836. 11 1/4ins (28.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot 106

  • Three Pieces of Slipware: An Early 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Harvest Jug, the front bearing the initials I.T. with a star and the date 1802, richly decorated with hops and flowers, 13 ins (33 cms) in height (large chip to rim). A Slipware Glazed Plant Holder, North East; the rich brown glaze with white slip dots to the rim and slip patterns adorning the exterior, 4 ins (10 cms) high, 7 ins (18 cms) in diameter. A North East Meat Dish circa 1900, with a central divider and a light brown glaze with white wavy line slip decoration, 14 1/2 ins x 12 ins (37 cms x 31 cms).
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot 107

  • A Slipware Cup & Saucer and Two Slipware Puzzle Jugs: The 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Teacup & Saucer possibly from the Baggaley Pottery, Greta Bridge having a dark brown glaze and yellow slip pattern to the rims,2 3/4 ins (7 cms) in height. The two 19th Century puzzle jugs both inscribed with the motto 'Gentlemen now try your skill, Ill lay you sixpence if you will, drink out of this without a spill'; one dated 1872 , 7 ins (18 cms) high [missing two spouts]; the other being a Burton-in Lonsdale jug dated 1822, 6 1/2 ins (16.5 cms) high [missing spout].
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £300.00

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Lot 108

  • Three Slipware Puzzle Jugs: A 19th Century Puzzle Jug with five rim spouts above a pierced neck dotted with slip decoration and dated 1875, 6 ins (15 cms) in height. A 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Commemorative Puzzle Jug; 'M Roger Atkinson Gisburn', inscribed with the motto 'Gentlemen come try your skill, I'll lay you sixpence if you will, that you can drink without a spill' dated 1868. 7 1/4ins (18.5 cms) in height. A Burton-in-Lonsdale Puzzle Jug, decorated with small rosettes of clay to give the appearance of primroses and having three large sprigs of clay to the front. 7 ins (18 cms) high.
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £300.00

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Lot 109

  • Two 19th Century Halifax Agate Ware Rocking Chairs with slip trailed decorations: One with inscription to the front of the seat 'M.R S.C, 1867'. 7 1/2 ins x 4 1/4ins x 5 1/4ins (19 cms x 11 cms x 13 cms). The other with slipware initials and date; 'S.B.H. 1868', 7 1/2 ins x 4 1/4ins x 5 1/4ins (19 cms x 11 cms x 13 cms).
  • Estimate: £140.00 - £200.00

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Lot 110

  • An Agate ware Puzzle Jug and Frog Mug: The late 19th century Halifax Puzzle Jug with three spouts, large triangular cut-out piercings to the body, initialled & dated; 'J.M 1889' upon the neck. 8 ins (20 cms) high. The double-handled frog mug having one brown and one yellow frog to the imterior and an 'H' mark on the base, probably made at Howcans Pottery, Halifax. 4 1/2 ins (11.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

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Lot 111

  • Three Pieces of Agate Ware (A/F): A Double Spouted Teapot inscribed 'Mr & Mrs R. Broadley' on one side and'Coronation of King George V, June 22, 1911' on the other, probably made at Clivinger Pottery, Lancashire. 6 1/2 ins (16.5 cms) in height. A 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Agate Ware Lambing Chair with an unusual commode feature, 7 1/4ins x 3 1/2 ins x 4 3/4 ins (8.5 cms x 9 cms x 12 cms). And a 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Tobacco Jar with lid circa 1890. 8 3/4 ins (22.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

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Lot 112

  • Two Agate Ware Money Boxes and A Posy Basket: A 19th Century Agate Ware Money Box in the form of a pigeon posting a coin into a horizontal slot, inscribed 'ALICE TAYLOR' and enriched with applied ivy leaves to the base of the pot. An early 20th century example, possibly Burgess Hill, of similar design with a brown shield to the front inscribed E.VI DLER, AUGUST, 1904, 6 3/4 ins (170 cms) in height. The Posy Basket with mottled brown & cream glaze incised with date 1881 and initialled J.V.P. 3 1/2 ins (9 cms) high 6 3/4 ins x 4 1/2ins (17 cms x 11.5 cms).
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

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Lot 113

  • Three Pieces of 19th Century Agate Ware: A Buckley Agate Ware Whistling Bird circa 1860, on a pedestal base. 5 3/4 ins (14.5 cms) high, 6 ins (15 cms) long. A Halifax Flower Brick, made by Elizabeth Kitson at Woodman House Pottery circa 1860, decorated with scraffito initials A.H. on one side. 4 1/2 ins (11.5 cms) high, 5 1/2 ins (14 cms) wide, 3 3/4 ins (9.5 cms) deep. A Halifax Rocking Chair dated 1890 to the front of the seat and pierced with four small holes to the back. 7 1/4ins (18.5 cms) high, 3 3/4 ins (9.5 cms) wide, 5 1/4ins (13.5 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £220.00 - £280.00

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Lot 114

  • Three Pieces of Drip Glazed Terracotta: Two 19th Century Donyatt Puzzle Jugs: one dated 1879, with a pierced neck and green & buff glaze. 9 ins (23 cms) high. The other dated 1803, ornamented with tulips & chickens, initialled M.T., 7 3/4 ins (19.5 cms) high [Lacking spout]. A 19th century plant pot & attached saucer circa 1895, with a wavy rim and yellow & blue glaze, possibly made by the Kitson's at Woodman House Pottery, Halifax. 5 3/4 ins (14.5 cms) in height
  • Estimate: £140.00 - £180.00

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Lot 115

  • Two Pieces of Stoneware: A 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Stoneware Chicken in Cage Money Box; the body inscribed on the lower part; 'Charlotte Jane Croghan, Kitchen Born May 17th 1849'. 9 1/4ins (13.5 cms) high. A Barkware Tulip Vase; modelled in the form of a rustic tree-trunk chair with mottled glaze, 7 1/2 ins (19.5 cms) high, 8 1/2 ins (21.5 cms) wide.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 116

  • A Pair of 19th Century Halifax Whistling Bird Groups circa 1880, probably made by Kitson's at Woodman House Pottery. Modelled with a large central bird flanked by two smaller birds on perches and bark stubs around the base. [Provenance: Important Staffordshire Pottery sale from Lawrence's, Taunton, Somerset on 15th February 2000]. 9 3/4 ins (25 cms) in height, 6 1/2 ins (16.5 cms) in width.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 117

  • A Large 19th Century Buckley Tea Pot dated 1881. The smokey cream glaze with scraffito leaves and decoration, inscribed; 'All you who drink of tea a lot, Come quench your thirst at this here pot'. 8 1/2 ins (21.5 cms).
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £180.00

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Lot 118

  • A Rare 19th Century Slipware Cradle made by Fred Woolten of Little London, near Willenhall, W. Midlands. Ornamented with brown dots and wavy S-forms over a pale honey coloured glaze. Dated 1830 and initialled 'E.C.' [Bird's head and finials missing]9 1/4ins x 10 3/4 ins x 6 1/4ins (23.5 cms x 27.5 cms x 16 cms) For a similar example see Shire Book, slipware by David Bowker, p.1.
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

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Lot 119

  • A Drip Glazed Cradle and a Dicker Ware Loving Mug [A/F]: The Large 19th Century Cradle circa 1860, with Wheildon-type Glaze and V.-notches around the edges, having one finial to each side and probably made by the Kitson's at Woodman House Pottery, Halifax. 9 ins (23 cms) high, 10 1/2 ins (27 cms) long, 8 ins (20 cms) wide. The Staffordshire commemorative three handled loving cup with jewelled slip decoration inscribed 'Robert Shaw 1692' and stamped on the base Dicker Sussex No. 218, 6 1/2 ins (16.5 cms) high, 7 1/2 ins (19 cms) in diameter (A/F).
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

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Lot 120

  • Four Pieces of Pottery: A Rare Late 17th Century/Early 18th Century Donyatt Chamber Pot, circa 1680-1720; the top section decorated in golden slip and the lower part unglazed, 6 1/2 ins (16.5 cms) high, 7 1/2 ins (19 cms) in diameter. [Excavated by R.Coleman-Smith, see 'Excavations in the Donyatt Potteries' pp 306-311, by R Coleman-Smith. Additionally, see 'An Exhibition of English Pottery' catalogue 1999, no.12, for a similar example], A 19th Century Agate Ware Tobacco Jar Dated 1887, possibly from Burton-in-Lonsdale [Missing lid], 4 1/4ins (11 cms) high, 4 1/2 ins (11.5 cms) in diameter. A Two Handled Salt Glazed Posset Pot, possibly Nottingham, decorated with embossed floral design and having yellow-brown mottled glaze, 3 ins (8 cms) high, 6 1/4ins (16 cms) wide [Provenance; Penrith Farmers' and Kidd's, Penrith, 16th September 1998]. A 19th Century Salt Glazed Shoe with six lace holes, circa 1860 entirely worked with scraffito decoration and inscribed on the sole 'A.E.Merrifield, Bispham Hall', 5 1/2 ins (13 cms) long.
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

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