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Catalogue (566 lots)

Lot 210

  • A Buckley Money Box. The three onion shaped domes topped with a hen and two chickens. The body having further moulded chicks and inscribed 'Neville'. 12 ins (30 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 211

  • A Double Spouted Agate Ware Teapot. One side inscribed 'Mr & Mrs R. Broadley' and the other 'Coronation of King George V, June 22, 1911'. Probably made at Clivinger Pottery, Lancashire. 6½ ins (16.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £220.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 212

  • A 19th Century Burton-in-Lonsdale Agate Ware Tobacco Jar with lid circa 1860 (A/F). 8¾ ins (22.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £140.00 - £180.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 213

  • A 19th Century Halifax Agate Ware Lambing Chair, initialled 'M.B.' and dated 1860. 8 ins x 4 ins x 5¾ ins (20.5 cms x 10 cms x 14.5 cms).
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £220.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 214

  • A Late 19th Century Halifax Slipware Cradle dated May 12th 1875, with birds to the hood of the cradle and two birds peering into the cradle. 9¾ ins x 11¼ ins x 7 ins (25 cms x 28.5 cms x 18 cms).
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 215

  • A 19th Century Halifax Agate Ware Money Box in the form of a chest of drawers, with two coin slots to the top and having a dark treacle coloured marbled glaze. Possibly made by Elizabeth Kitson. 7½ ins x 7 ins x 3½ ins (19 cms x 8 cms x 9 cms).
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 216

  • A 19th Century Hen & Chickens Money Box circa 1840-1860. The large hen surrounded by 18 small chickens. Possibly made at Buckley, North Wales. 7¾ ins (19.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 217

  • 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]. 9¾ ins (25 cms) in height, 6½ ins (16.5 cms) in width.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,600.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 218

  • A Large Early 19th Century Halifax Two-Handled Jar. The body having a Whieldon type glaze and inscribed 'Small Clews Potterey 1827'. 9½ ins (24 cms) in height..
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

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Lot 219

  • An 18th Century Onion-Shaped Money Box, having a vertical slit and decorated with oak leaves and acorns, surmounted by three birds [one missing head]. The yellow slip panel inscribed MXX 1792. [This piece shows influences from the North Devon Potteries, but was probably made at Ewenny, South Wales. Bought from Peter Francis, Carmarthen, South Wales, 12th October 2000]. 6 ins (15 cms) high.
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 220

  • Two Late 19th Century Fremington Devon Baking Dishes Circa 1860-1880, with a cream slip over a dark brown glaze and combed decoration to the sides & base. The larger one 3½ ins (9 cms) deep, 11½ ins x 10½ ins (29 cms x 27 cms). The smaller one 3ins (7.5 cms) deep, 10 ins x 9 ins (25.5 cms x 23 cms).
  • Estimate: £180.00 - £260.00

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Lot 221

  • An 18th Century Donyatt Single Spout Puzzle Jug with Sgraffito decoration and date 1796. 8½ ins (21.5 cms) high.
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

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Lot 222

  • An Early 19th Century Donyatt Puzzle Jug dated 1803. Ornamented with tulips & chickens, initialled M.T. [Lacking spout]. 7¾ ins (19.5 cms) high.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 223

  • A Rare 19th Century Ewenny Pottery Wassail Bowl & Cover, decorated with birds, foliage & hops. The lid adorned with animals & birds lacking 'fiddler Jack' top finial. Dated December 16th 1870 and inscribed 'Made by Thomas Williams for P.W. Flower Esq.' 13¾ (35 cm) high x 12'' (30.5 cm) wide.
  • Estimate: £2,000.00 - £4,000.00

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Lot 224

  • A Rare 19th Century North Devon Harvest Jug by the 'Fishelys', profusely decorated with sgraffito and a central cartouche inscribed 'J.W Ann Gammon Hollowill 1868 'Despise me not because I'm small, Fill me often and I'll please you all' on the reverse 'Good luck to the hoof and the horn, good luck to the flock and the fleece. Good luck to the growers of corn and may we always have plenty of peace' and above a harbour scene 'This small jug in friendship take and keep it for Thomas Bear's sake'. 10¼ ins (26 cms) high.[Thomas Bear was a legendary Devonshire Potter]
  • Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,500.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 225

  • A Fine North Devon Pottery Harvest Jug incised with makers Fishley Holland, Fremington on base. The bulbous body decorated with yellow slip glaze on an ochre ground with a charioteer below trailing ivy and enhanced with sgraffito details and a scroll ended handle, 12½ ins (32 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £1,000.00 - £2,000.00

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Lot 226

  • A 19th Century North Devon Harvest Jug by John Phillips with sgraffito decoration. The central panel depicting a prancing stag and the reverse having a heart form cartouche inscribed 'Out of the earth I first was dug and to the potter brought and from a lump of clay was formed as pleased his skilful thought. Now a servant unto you my friend, to carry beer to cheer your hearts and make you snug and jovial pays the year' made for Mr Felix Aberayron 1807. 10¼ ins (26 cms) high.
  • Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 227

  • A Fine & Rare 18th Century Harvest Jug made by John Phillips of Bideford, North Devon, circa 1790. Profusely decorated with mythical seahorse, flowers & foliage, the word 'Vengance' inscribed below the front of the neck and a heart shape cartouche to the rear bordering the motto 'Harvest is come all is busey, now in making of the Barley Mow, If you the Barley Mow neglect you, can not then good ale expect so now, Drink and whilst I'm full and see my, Belly ... as Harvest is a time, you know to toss the can, About jovial fellow drink about, weel have more when this is out.' 11¼ ins (28.5 cms) in height.
  • Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 228

  • A 19th Century Harvest Jug by David Richards with sgraffito decoration dated 1829. 8¼ ins (21 cms) high. .
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,600.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 229

  • A Rare & Large Buckley Slab-Made Chest of Drawers. The six removable drawers with original knobs having a bright yellow mottled glaze. 10¼ ins (26 cms) high, 11 ins (28 cms) wide, 5½ ins (14 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,600.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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Lot 230

  • A Rye Pottery Dickerware Loving Cup with inscription; 'No power on earth, can make us rue, if England to herself prove true +1876+' dated on base 1911. 3¾ ins (9.5 cms) high
  • Estimate: £80.00 - £160.00

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Lot 231

  • A Fine & Rare South West Potteries Slipware Model of a Mansion House for use as a night-light or pastille burner, possibly late 18th century, 11¼ ins (28.5 cms) in height, 9½ ins (24 cms) wide, 7 ins (18 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

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Lot 232

  • A Mid 19th Century Bristol Pill Pottery Lion by H Davis. The orangey brown glazed lion reclining on a slab base, 5 ins (13 cms) high, 7½ ins (18 cms) in length, 3½ ins (9 cms) wide.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 233

  • A Mid 19th Century Bristol Pill Pottery Lion by H Davis. The orangey ochre glazed lion reclining on a slab base with his front paw resting on a ball, 6¾ ins (17 cms) high, 9½ ins (24 cms) in length, 4¼ ins (10.5 cms) wide.
  • Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

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Lot 234

  • A Rare Slip-ware Pottery Curfew incised with the figure of a lady dressed in Tudor attire below date 1611, and decorated with yellow slip and green glazed ornamentation. 17¾ ins (45 cms) high, 18 ins (46 cms) wide, 8¾ ins (22 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £1,800.00 - £2,600.00

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Lot 235

  • A Set of Four Late 19th Century Carved Oak Dining Chairs with round ivorine labels to the underside; 'Smee & Cobay, London'.
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

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Lot 236

  • An 18th Century Oak Low Dresser. The frieze fitted with three drawers and standing on baluster turned front legs with block stiles to the back, 30¾ ins (78 cms) in height, 73½ ins x 19½ ins (187 cms x 50 cms)
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

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Lot 237

  • A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Oak Side Table. The edge moulded top on baluster turned legs united by moulded peripheral stretchers and terminating on turned feet. The shallow frieze housing a drawer, 28 ins (73 cms) high 34½ is (88 cms) wide, 22½ ins (57 cms) deep.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 238

  • A Small 18th Century Oak Side Table with frieze drawer standing on turned legs united by peripheral stretchers, 27½ ins (69 cms) high, the top 31½ ins x 20½ ins (80 cms x 52 cms).
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 239

  • A Small Early 18th Century Oak Gateleg Table. The near round top having two drop leaves standing on baluster turned legs and gates, with a drawer to one end, 24¾ ins (63 cms) high, 30½ ins (77.5 cms) wide.
  • Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

This sale took place on Sunday 24 November 2013

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