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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Shell Tray, Circa 1755, painted with "The Two Peony Rock" pattern, workman's mark, 4.5ins

£150 - £200

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Bowl, Circa 1768, painted with "Precipice" pattern, open blue crescent mark, 9ins diameter

£200 - £300

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Moulded Jug, Circa 1760-70, printed with "Natural Sprays Group" pattern, printed crescent mark, 9ins high

£100 - £150

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Moulded Cup and Saucer, Circa 1757, with rare handle, painted with "Feather Mould Floral" pattern, workman's marks to both, and a teapot and cover similarly decorated, painted crescent mark, 6ins high

£150 - £200

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Reeded Cup and Trembleuse Saucer, 1758, both with workman's marks, a matching small bowl with the same workman's mark as saucer,4ins diameter, a coffee pot and cover, 8.75ins high, and a saucer, both with painted open crescent marks

£250 - £300

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Three Pieces of Worcester Blue and White Porcelain, Circa 1770-85, printed with "Pine Cone" pattern, including - pierced drainer with shaped rim, 9ins diameter, plate with shaped rim, 9.75ins diameter, and charger, 11.5ins diameter, all with hatched crescent marks

£200 - £300

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A Worcester Porcelain Bowl Enamelled in Colours, Circa 1770, with a group of flowering sprays, 6.25ins high, a blue and white sauce boat painted with "Doughnut Tree" pattern, circa 1775-80, 7ins long overall, a blue and white sauce boat painted with "Strap Flute Sauce Boat Floral", circa 1770-80, and a polychrome teapot and cover

£150 - £200

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Moulded Coffee Pot and Cover, Circa 1775, moulded and painted with chrysanthemum pattern, 9.75ins high, a cup and small bowl moulded and painted with chrysanthemum pattern, and a blue and white slop bowl painted with "Bird in a Ring" pattern, circa 1760-70, 6ins diameter, all with blue open crescent marks Provenance: The Bird in a Ring bowl from the Gilbert Bradley...

£150 - £200

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A Worcester Blue and White Porcelain Butter Boat, circa 1758, painted with "The Butter Boat Mansfield" pattern, workman's mark, a blue and white cup painted with "Prunus Root" pattern, open crescent mark, and a tea bowl and saucer painted in coloured enamels with floral reserves outlined in gilt on a power blue ground

£100 - £150

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A Flight, Barr & Barr Porcelain Cabinet Cup and Saucer, Circa 1815, painted by Thomas Baxter, with "The Monk from Sterne", within a garland of coloured raised 'Jewels' on an apple green ground Note: A similar pair on a pale blue ground sold at Bonhams, London, 7th December 2005, Lot 249

£150 - £200

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A Chamberlain's "Regent China" Worcester Porcelain Plate, Circa 1820, in the style of, or painted by Thomas Baxter, the centre with a mother and child playing a harp, with gadroon and shell moulding to the rim, picked out in gilt, Regent China mark with New Bond Street address, 8.25ins diameter

£500 - £700

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An English Cream Ware Teapot and Cover, Circa 1768-1770, probably Wedgwood painted in the Rhodes workshop in "Chintz" style, the cover with related but slightly different pattern, 5.5ins high

£800 - £1,200

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Three Whieldon Type Cream Ware Plates, 18th Century, including one with tortoiseshell and green and yellow glaze, and with moulded feather edged rim, 9.25ins diameter Provenance: The first with Gary Atkins

£160 - £200

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Three Whieldon Type Cream Ware Plates, 18th Century, including example with seed-moulded shaped rim enamelled in tones of green, yellow and grey, 9.5ins diameter Provenance: The first with Gary Atkins

£160 - £200

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Four Whieldon Type Cream Ware Plates, 18th Century, including example decorated all over in a tortoiseshell glaze and with moulded and shaped rim, 9.5ins diameter

£200 - £250

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A Castleford Type Tea Pot and Cover, moulded with Neo Classical scenes and vine and grape motifs, 5.5ins high, a similar cream jug, 3.75ins high, a Barr Worcester coffee can, cup and two saucers enamelled in brown and gilt with a running design, and fifteen other pieces, various

£150 - £200

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A Small Collection of English Porcelain, 18th Century, including - a sparrow beak jug enamelled in colours with figures, 3.75ins high, Worcester blue and white sparrow beak jug, transfer printed with fence pattern, 3.375ins high, a Bow white moulded prunus cup, a prunus moulded saucer, and a Bow octagonal plate painted in enamels with loose flower sprays, 8ins diameter, (20 pieces)

£200 - £300

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A Small Collection of English Porcelain Tea Wares, 18th/19th Century, including - Newhall saucer dish, 8.25ins diameter, matching slop bowl, 2.25ins high, Newhall cream jug pattern No. 295, 4.75ins high, and twenty other pieces, various

£150 - £200

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A Small Collection of English Porcelain Tea Wares, 18th/19th Century, including - Flight Worcester porcelain ribbed oval tea pot and cover, circa 1783/92, 7ins high, a pair of matching cups and a saucer, a Minton teacup and saucer, pattern No. 278, early 19th Century, painted with a running hop and vine design, and fifteen other pieces, various

£150 - £200

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A Small Collection of English Porcelain Tea Wares, 18th/19th Century, including - a Barr Flight and Barr oval tea pot and cover painted in brown and gilt with leaves and moths, 4.5ins high, a matching milk jug, 5ins high, a pair of matching tea cups and saucer, a ribbed moulded oval sucriere and cover, possibly Caughly, painted in brown and gilt with flower sprays, 5.25ins high, and fifteen other...

£120 - £160

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A Collection of English Bat Printed Bone China, Early 19th Century, including Copeland & Garrett part tea service, pattern No. 500, printed with flowers, comprising - oval tea pot and cover, 6.25ins high, sugar bowl and cover, 5ins high, pair of saucer dishes, 7.25ins diameter, and two coffee cans and saucers, (25 pieces)

£100 - £150

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A Small Collection of English Porcelain Tea Wares, 18th/19th Century, including - cup, saucer and tea bowl enamelled with basket pattern, possibly Factory X, tea pot enamelled in brown and gilt with rose and flower sprays, 5.5ins high, and eighteen other pieces, various

£120 - £160

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A Collection of English Porcelain Table Wares, 19th Century, including - moulded dish of shaped outline, enamelled in colours and gilt with a basket of fruit, 9.5ins long, pair of campagna-shaped vases enamelled in colours and gilt with floral sprays and lion mask handles, 6ins high, a Spode Felspar porcelain plate painted with a flower basket and moths, the rim moulded with flowers and leaves, 8.25ins...

£150 - £200

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A Small Collection of English Creamware Pottery, Late 18th/Early 19th Century, including - Wedgewood circular pot, cover and stand, enamelled in brown tones with a running pattern of leaves, impressed marks, 3.75ins high overall, Turner plate of shaped outline enamelled in tones of brown with a crest to centre of Pelican in its Piety, 9.75ins diameter, and tea canister printed in black with Tea Party...

£120 - £160

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An English Creamware Pottery Jelly Mould with Prince of Wales Feathers, Early 19th Century, 8.5ins x 6ins x 3.5ins high, and a pearlware jelly mould modelled as a melon, 7ins x 4.75ins x 2.5ins high

£150 - £200

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Six Pottery Jelly Moulds, Mid/Late 19th Century, including - one with lion, 6.25ins x 4.75ins x 4.25ins high, and pineapple, 6ins x 4ins x 3ins high

£100 - £150

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Five Pottery Jelly Moulds, Mid/Late 19th Century, including - one with rabbit and acanthus leaves, 6.25ins x 4.75ins x 3.25ins high, and seashell, 5.75ins x 3.75ins x 3.5ins high, and two small oval moulds

£100 - £150

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A Barge Ware Pottery Teapot, Cover and Stand, 1891, teapot impressed "Mrs Beer 1891", 9ins high overall, and three graduated jugs, all stamped April 7th 1886, 6.25ins to 7.25ins high

£100 - £150

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A Pair of G. M. & C. J. Mason Two-Handled Vases, Circa 1813-25, enamelled in colours and gilt with landscapes within reserves on a blue and gilt border, the handles modelled as goat heads, impressed circular mark - "Patent Ironstone China", 13ins high

£600 - £800

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A Copeland Parian Figural Group of "Chasse au Lapin", circa 1870, modelled by P.J Mene, 13ins wide x 7ins high

£120 - £160

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A Minton Porcelain Figure, Circa 1820s, modelled as a seated boy with stook of corn, with rare blue crossed sword mark, 8ins high, a Bloor Derby porcelain figure of a seated boy with fruit, circa 1830, 5.25ins high, and a Meissen porcelain figure of a boy playing bagpipes, model G11, 4ins high

£200 - £300

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A Staffordshire Salt Glazed Silver Mounted Three-Handled Tyg, the handles modelled as greyhounds, the body with applied motifs of the Night Watch, windmill, St. George and the dragon and man smoking, above a fox hunt, the mounts marked for W. Spurrier & Co, Birmingham 1871, 7ins high

£150 - £200

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A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Victoria Commemorative Jug, 1897, celebrating the sixty year reign of Queen Victoria, 1837-1897, with metal rim, 6.5ins high, a Doulton Lambeth stoneware three-handled tyg with silver mount, 1899, 6.25ins high, and a small vase of compressed form with a running flower and pomegranate design, 2.5ins high

£60 - £80

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A Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Vase by Hannah Barlow, the body incised with deer (incised artist's mark, impressed factory mark and date 1873), 6.75ins high

£120 - £160

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A Royal Doulton Limited Edition Loving Cup with Double Portrait of George V and Queen Mary, 1935, celebrating twenty-five years reign, 1910-1935, No. 52 of 1000, designed by Harry Fenton and inscribed "H. Fenton", 10.25ins high

£150 - £200

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Three Royal Doulton Pottery Figures - "Uriah Heep" (HN554), 7ins high, "The Pied Piper" (HN2102), 9ins high, and "The Mask Seller" (HN2103), 8.75ins high

£120 - £160

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Three Royal Doulton Pottery Figures - "The Beggar" (HN526), 6.5ins high, "Flower Seller's Children" (HN1342), 8ins high, and "St. George" (HN2051), 7.5ins high

£120 - £160

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A Royal Doulton Pottery Figure of the Pied Piper, 8.25ins high, (HN2102), an early Royal Doulton porcelain figure "Sweet Anne", 7.5ins high, (HN1330), and two Sylvac pottery figures of a blue and green terrier, 5ins high

£60 - £80

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A Royal Doulton Pottery Treasure Island Jug, No. 48 of 600, Introduced in 1934, modelled by Charles Noke and Harry Fenton, 7.5ins high

£300 - £500

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Four Royal Worcester Bone China Candle Snuffers - nun, 3.75ins high, French cook, 2.625ins high, and two owls, each 3.125ins high

£80 - £120

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A Royal Worcester Bone China Cup and Saucer, 1926, painted with highland cattle by Harry Stinton, signed, a tea pot and cover painted with fruit by F. H. Price, 1926, 5.25ins high, and a cup and saucer painted with fruit by Edward Townsend, 1928, all signed

£150 - £200

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A Small Collection of Royal Worcester Bone China Painted with Fruit, including - coffee can painted by George Moseley, a saucer painted by H. Everett, a plate painted by H. Everett, 6.375ins diameter, a plate painted by P. English, 6.25ins diameter, and ten other pieces, various

£200 - £300

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A Copeland Late Spode Pottery Whisky Decanter and Stopper, with shallow moulded reliefs of King George V and Queen Mary, and the Royal Arms within garter, to celebrate the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary, June 22nd 1911, for Andrew Usher & Co, Distillers Edinburgh, 9.5ins high

£60 - £80

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A Collection of Doulton Lambeth and Royal Doulton Miniatures, Late 19th/Early 20th Century, including - fire bucket with copper mount and leather strap, 2.5ins high, jug with tripartite leaf and dot design by Mini Forster, 2.75ins high, and a ribbed vase moulded with stylised flowerheads designed by Winifred Talbot, 2.5ins high (approximately 60 pieces)

£100 - £150

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A Grimwades Pottery "Edwards Desiccated Soup" Oval Dish Stand, Early 20th Century, transfer printed and painted with a cook and children pursuing a lady holding a covered soup tureen, oval 14.25ins x 10.5ins x 4.5ins high

£80 - £120

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Three Reg Johnson Pottery Figures - "Mandarin", 8.25ins high, "Egyptian Water Carrier", 6.75ins high, and "Omar Khayyam", 7.75ins high

£80 - £120

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A Michael Sutty Porcelain Figure - "Edward the Black Prince" in full armour on horseback, No. 88, 8ins high

£120 - £160

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A Michael Sutty Porcelain Figure - Effigy of Edward the Black Prince, No. 113, 13.5ins high

£100 - £150

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