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An 18th century blue and white transfer-printed Worcester Pinecone pattern openwork basket, together with a similar Pinecone pattern two-handled dish with applied flowers, c. 1780, 22cm & 27cm wide, both cracked and glued, AF (2)

An 18th century blue and white Worcester Cannonball tea bowl and saucer, together with a Bird in Branches tea bowl and saucer and a Fisherman and Cormorant tea bowl and saucer, c. 1770-90. Short hairline in Cannonball saucer and small chip to Bird in Branches saucer, AF (3)

A group of 18th century blue and white porcelain tea wares, mainly Worcester including, Fisherman and Cormorant, Mother and Child and others. Some damage throughout. (8)

An 18th century salt glazed shaped plate, with painted floral decoration to border and insects and butterflies to the centre, c. 1780. Some wear and loss to decoration and a crack. 31 cm wide. (1)

A group of 18th century tin-glazed earthenware delft tiles, three painted in manganese, one in blue. 13 cm wide. Some chipping to edges (4)

A group of four 18th century tin-glazed plates, each painted in blue with flowers and landscape scenes, each 23 cm wide. Some chipping, cracks and losses. (4)

A group of three 18th century tin-glazed plates, each painted in blue with flowers, and a similar scalloped bowl. 19 & 23 cm wide. Some chipping, cracks and losses. (4)

Three 18th century tin-glazed chargers, all painted in blue with flowers. 33 cm wide. Some cracks and chips. (3)

A late 18th century pearlware Neale tureen, of moulded form with fixed stand and painted blue edges, c. 1795. Chip to base and some staining. 20 cm long. (1)

Two late 18th century pearlware chargers, one with shell edge decorated with a chinoiserie landscape, both painted in blue. 37 cm wide. Shell edge dish cracked and glued, floral dish with restored rim chip. (2)

Two late 18th century pearlware blue and white jugs, both painted with chinoiserie landscapes, c. 1790. Tallest ex-Roberts collection. Minor damages. (2)

A group of late 18th, early 19th century pearlware blue and white pieces, to include two landscape saucers, a geometric design bowl, a small jug and a tall jug. Some slight damages. Bowl 17 cm wide. (5)

A group of early 19th century pearlware pieces, to include a floral trio, a turned jug, a floral mug, a waste bowl and a plate. Plate 21 cm wide. Some minor damage. (5)

A group of mainly 18th century creamware, to include a Wedgwood hand-painted floral dish, a dessert dish with floral band, a butter boat and a condiment spoon. Wedgwood dish with chip to rim, other dish with crack. Dishes 21 cm wide. (4)

A group of early 19th century creamware, including two baskets, a basket stand, a covered custard cup, a leaf pickle dish, a moulded handle cup, a small stand and a hand-painted tea bowl. Some damages. (8)

A group of mainly 19th century creamware, to include dessert and table wares and a jelly mould. Damages throughout. (13)

A 19th century plain creamware footbath, together with a Maestricht footbath. 50 & 53 cm wide. Minor damage. (2)

Two 19th century mocha measuring hollowware's, to include a mug with an imperial measure sprig to the face and a 1 Quart jug. 16 cm tall. Mug with handle glued, jug with tinker repair to handle. (2)

A group of mid-19th century Staffordshire animals, to include a rabbit, a lion, a canary and a sheep. Canary 14 cm tall. Minor chippings and firing lines. (4)

A 19th century Wedgwood caneware game dish, together with a Wedgwood feldspathic sprig moulded mug and a banded jug with rope-twist handle. Game dish with no lid, foot chip to jug. (3)

A group of 19th century pottery, to include a footed creamware basket with painted rim and dolphin handles, a Copeland Spode Peacock pattern soup tureen (no lid) with a mark for the Imperial Chemical Industries and an early Imari style spill vase. Some minor damage. (3)

A group of early 19th century jugs, to include pink lustre, transfer-printed, a motto jug, and silver lustre. Some damages. (8)

A study group of 19th century British porcelain tea wares, mostly damaged. (14)

A group of early 19th century blue and white transfer-printed wares, to include a Spode India cup, a Leaf pattern coffee can, a Beemaster plate, a Kite Flying tureen (no lid), a Beehive cup plate, a Gleaner pattern mug, and a Davenport tea bowl. Some slight damage. (7)

A selection of early 19th century transfer-printed wares, to include a Godwin Cottage pattern jug, a blue floral jug, a Blindman's Buff jug, a Dragon Hunter jug, a Pet lamb jug and a Copeland Vine pattern small platter. Some with damage. Platter 10 cm. (6)

A group of mostly early 19th century blue and white transfer-printed wares, to include three Willow pattern pickle dishes, two Broseley miniature sugar boxes (one with no lid), a miniature teapot, a Masons Blue Pheasant soap dish, a Floral child's plate and two Copeland Animal series child's plates. Some minor damages. (11)

A group of early 19th century blue and white transfer-printed wares, to include three mugs, an Imperial Measure mug, a Broseley butter tub and cover, a tureen (no lid), a large cup and saucer and a waste bowl. Damages throughout. (8)

A group of 19th and 20th century blue and white transfer-printed wares, to include two Spode Italian bowls, a Pratts Native pattern planter, a Masons jug, a large ewer jug and a footed Cork, Edge and Malkin floral comport. All with some damage. (6).

A selection of 19th century brown stoneware jugs, each sprig moulded with tavern and hunting scenes. 11 - 26 cm tall. Some with slight damage. (5)

A group of 19th century brown stoneware, to include a sprig moulded tobacco jar and cover, a further covered jar, an open jar and three jugs. Slight damage. (6)

A large 19th century stoneware jar, it has a flat lid, two handles and is impressed Grosvenor of Glasgow beneath one handle. 22 cm tall. (1)

A late 19th century Royal Doulton stoneware jar, with applied decoration and flared rim. Impressed to the underside. 10 cm tall. (1)

A good selection of 19th century ceramic carpet boules, each decorated in a different colourway. Some damage. (15)

A late 18th century blue and white porcelain Lowestoft tea bowl, decorated with the Peony Fence Rock pattern, c. 1775. (1)

A late 19th century blue and white Coalport teapot, together with a large printed and painted with Peony and bird design and a Goode retailer mark, and a Pinecone Booths jug. Slight damage. Largest 31 cm tall. (3)

A group of late 19th and early 20th century Royal Worcester porcelain, including a Lily pattern sparrow beak jug, a blush ivory shell dish, a shell-shaped dish, a lily-shaped egg cup, a circular dish with central shipping scene, and a Looke & Co footed dish with pink edge. Large dish cracked. (6)

A large group of 19th and 20th century British porcelain, to include Copeland, Belleek, Royal Doulton, Minton's, Royal Worcester and more. Some damage (qty)

A 19th century salt glazed stoneware funnel, together with a similar, but later open-topped jar. Funnel 19 cm tall, jar 23 cm tall. (2)

A late 19th, early 20th century composite India Tree pattern service, some marked for Maddock & Sons, some with Harrods Retail marks. (qty)

A Fulham Pottery footed comport, designed by Constance Spry (OBE 1886 - 19160) and incised mark to the underside, decorated with a celadon grey glaze. 19 cm tall. (1)

A Fulham Pottery boat-shaped planter, with glazed interior and impressed marks to base. 27 cm long. (1)

A Fulham Pottery two-handled planter, of boat shape with glazed interior, impressed marks to the underside. 36 cm wide. (1)

A group of three Fulham Pottery shaped hanging wall pockets, each with hanging holes and impressed marks. Each with a hairline crack. 41 cm wide. (3)

Constance Spry OBE (British 1886 - 1960), large two-handled amphora with glazed interior, impressed marks to the underside, together with a Fulham Pottery Dolphin-shaped vessel. Vase 32 cm tall. (2)

A group of mainly French 19th century sponge decorated wares, to include a small footed bowl, four medium-sized bowls, a soup dish and a serving bowl. All with some hairlines and chips. Largest 20 cm wide. (9)

A group of mainly French 19th century sponge decorated wares, to include two mugs, a chocolate pot and cover, a teapot and cover, a covered jug, a cup and four jugs. Minor damage. (10)

A 19th century French Faience armorial mug, painted in blue with sponge decoration to the rim and handle. 14 cm tall. Marked to the underside. (1)

A 19th century French faience inkwell, decorated in blue with floral sprays, large central well hole and quill holes. 15 cm wide. Some rim chips. (1)


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