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This sale was held on 11/10/2019 at 10:00 am

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware charger, copper lustre fleur de lis decoration on honey glaze, painted mark and Royal Winton Grimwades stamp, diameter 36cm. (D) Forsyth is renowned for his sumptuous lustre work at Pilkington’s Royal Lancastrian Pottery. The work is characterised by its medieval motifs, heraldic symbols, sailing ships and lions rampant … and above all its rich colouring ...

£200 - £300

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware charger, copper lustre lion rampant decoration on cobalt underglaze, painted mark, diameter 36cm. (D)

£150 - £250

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware bowl, copper lustre lion rampant decoration on honey glaze, painted mark, diameter 32cm. (D)

£200 - £300

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware bowl, copper lustre fleur de lis decoration on cobalt underglaze, painted mark, diameter 32cm. (D)

£200 - £300

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware Athena vase, copper lustre interlace pattern and acanthus decoration on honey glaze, painted mark, height 26.5cm. (D)

£150 - £250

GORDON FORSYTH (1879-1952); a white earthenware jug, copper lustre oak leaf decoration on honey glaze, painted mark and Royal Winton Grimwades stamp, height 25.5cm. (D)

£150 - £250

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Large White Vessel with Stopper (2003), earthenware covered in white pigment and black lines, incised GB mark and date, height 69cm. (D)

£2,500 - £3,000

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Pierced Bowl III (2005), earthenware covered in white pigment, painted GB mark and date, diameter 49cm. (D)

£2,500 - £3,000

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Water Vessel I (2010), earthenware covered in black pigment, incised GB mark and date, length 45cm. (D) Literature: Gordon Baldwin: Objects for a Landscape, edited by David Whiting (York Museums Trust, 2012), page 99. Exhibited: York Art Gallery, 2012 and subsequent UK tour, 2012-13.

£2,200 - £2,800

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Unnamed Vessel with Stopper III (2003/04), earthenware covered in black pigment and white and grey lines, incised GB marks and dates, height 42.5cm. (D)

£2,200 - £2,800

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); White Vessel Study IV (2010), earthenware covered in white pigment, incised GB mark and date, length 38cm. (D) Literature: Gordon Baldwin: Objects for a Landscape, edited by David Whiting (York Museums Trust, 2012), page 101. Exhibited: York Art Gallery, 2012 and subsequent UK tour, 2012-13.

£1,800 - £2,200

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); White Pomona with Staggered Line (2013), earthenware covered in white pigment and red line, incised GB mark and date, height 58.5cm. (D)

£2,000 - £2,500

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Buds are Bursting (2012), earthenware covered in black pigment, incised GB mark and date, height 53cm. (D)

£2,200 - £2,800

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Cloud Form (Nimbus Series) (2002), (D) earthenware covered in black pigment, incised GB mark and date, height 42.5cm.

£2,500 - £3,000

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Imagining Vessel (2002), charcoal on paper, signed and dated, 84 x 59cm, framed and glazed. (D)

£200 - £300

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Cloud: Imagining Vessel 1 (2002), charcoal on paper, signed and dated, 77 x 56cm, framed and glazed. (D)

£200 - £300

GORDON BALDWIN (born 1932); Little Black Marks. White Sounds Perhaps, charcoal on paper, unsigned, 64 x 52cm, framed and glazed. (D)

£200 - £300

ROBIN WELCH (born 1936); White Painting with Pot and Box (1990); Painting, mixed media on canvas, signed and titled label verso and signed and dated ‘Robin Welch ‘90’ verso, 168 x 183cm, framed; Pot, stoneware, incised decoration on white and buff ground, height 104cm; Box, painted plywood, height 46cm.

£6,000 - £8,000

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and splash decoration on dark blue ground, signed, dated and numbered 40/100, gallery label, diameter 39cm. For the BCB (2015) McLean turned his attention and energy to ceramics and returned to working with clay with the project Set in Stoke. Here he responded to the experience of being in the city, the working spaces ...

£500 - £700

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and trailed decoration on dark green ground, signed and dated, gallery label, diameter 39cm.

£500 - £700

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and incised decoration on yellow ground, signed and numbered 89/100, gallery label, diameter 40cm.

£500 - £700

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and incised decoration on pale green ground, signed, dated and numbered 75/100, gallery label, diameter 40cm.

£500 - £700

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and incised decoration on pale blue ground, signed, dated and numbered 62/100, gallery label, diameter 40cm.

£500 - £700

BRUCE McLEAN (born 1944); Untitled (2015), a large earthenware plate with brush and incised decoration on white and terracotta ground, signed, dated and numbered 23/100, gallery label, diameter 38.5cm.

£500 - £700

CHRISTIE BROWN (born 1946); Red and White Portrait (2015), earthenware and stoneware, height 38cm.  Brown’s sculpture explores the relationship between historical artefacts and contemporary art, and the significance of archaic artefacts in museum collections. Archaeology presents a fragmented narrative of past lives and holds parallels with the practice of psychoanalysis where layers are carefully ...

£1,200 - £1,500

PETER HAYES (born 1946); Raku Disc (2019), fractured smoky surface and orange wave mounted on steel frame on slate base, incised signature, height 68cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

PETER HAYES (born 1946); White Totem (2019), raku with fractured surface and copper patina disc mounted on slate base, incised signature, height 84cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

PETER HAYES (born 1946); Black Bottle (2019), raku with incised decoration mounted on slate base, incised signature, height 49cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

PAUL SCOTT (born 1953); a stoneware plaque decorated with a tree, cobalt and gold on off white ground, height 30.5cm. (D) Part of Scott's Cumbrian Blue(s) series. Provenance: The Julia Harrison collection.

£100 - £200

STEPHEN DIXON (born 1957); Josiah Spode’s Violin? (2013), transfer printed bone china, length 61.5cm. Spode’s Violin was the ‘fictional’ outcome of the project Excavate, which took the form of a performative archaeological dig on the site of the Spode factory in Stoke-on-Trent over the six weeks of the BCB in 2013. Working with a multi-disciplinary team of student volunteers from Manchester School ...

£3,500 - £5,000

STEPHEN DIXON (born 1957); Janus Head (2010), earthenware with transparent glaze decorated with a variety of ceramic prints, height 48cm. The Janus head was one of the first outcomes of a six-month residency at the Victoria & Albert Museum (2009-10). Inspired by the rich collections of decorative ceramics at the V&A, and particularly the extensive collections of ceramic shards, which are echoed in ...

£3,500 - £5,000

ASHRAF HANNA (born 1967); Undulating Yellow Vessel, stoneware with grey interior and triangular base, incised ASH mark, height 64cm. Hanna is concerned with exploring the vessel through form, texture and colour; the juxtaposition of formal and fluid curvaceous lines evocative of bodyscape is a current theme in his practice. Provenance: This piece was made at the International Ceramics Festival, ...

£2,500 - £3,500

NEIL BROWNSWORD (born 1970); Waster I (2011), a stoneware wall hanging (with metal brackets), 45 x 45cm. Brownsword’s compositions reconfigure the ceramic manufacturing histories of his home town - Stoke-on-Trent, a ceramic capital that has undergone significant transitions in recent decades. Through a research process which involves the reconstitution of industrial archaeology and post-industrial ...

£2,000 - £3,000

NEIL BROWNSWORD (born 1970); Waster II (2011), a stoneware sculpture, length 26cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

NEIL BROWNSWORD (born 1970); Relic (2011), a stoneware wall hanging, 32 x 29.5cm.

£1,800 - £2,200

NEIL BROWNSWORD (born 1970); Pattern Book I (2017), mixed media, signed and dated, 33 x 22.5cm, unframed. During his residency at the Victoria & Albert Museum (2017-18), Brownsword turned his attention to historic repositories of knowledge such as factory pattern books associated with ceramic production in North Staffordshire. His response reconfigured early examples of Staffordshire Chinoiserie ...

£400 - £600

NEIL BROWNSWORD (born 1970); Pattern Book II (2017), mixed media, signed and dated, 27 x 34cm, unframed.

£500 - £700

BRENDAN HESMONDHALGH (born 1973); Bull I (2019), stoneware, height 54.5cm.

£950 - £1,350

BRENDAN HESMONDHALGH (born 1973); Polar Bear (2019), stoneware, height 59cm.

£900 - £1,300

BRENDAN HESMONDHALGH (born 1973); Opulent Toad (2019), stoneware, height 28cm.

£180 - £220

ANDREA WALSH (born 1974); Tall Vessel with Gold (2009), fine bone china, hand polished, glazed, part acid etched, burnished gold (inside collar), height 30cm. Supported by BCB and Minton at WWRD. These pieces have been selected from a body of work made specifically during Walsh’s Artist Into Industry Residency as part of the inaugural BCB in 2009. Working with the Minton brand at Wedgwood in Barlaston, ...

£1,000 - £1,500

ANDREA WALSH (born 1974); Pair of Jars and Vessel with Waist (2009); Jars – fine bone china, hand polished, glazed, clear and opaque white glass lids; Vessel – fine bone china, hand polished, glazed, tallest height 19cm (3). Supported by BCB and Minton at WWRD.

£1,250 - £1,750

SARA MOORHOUSE (born 1974); Eclipse, 25 conical stoneware bowls, each painted with semi-circular shapes onto the interior surfaces with underglaze colour, attached to a square board with strong magnets to allow for alternative compositions to be displayed, 70 x 70cm. From a stationary viewing position, the shapes within each, although identical, appear different due to the varying angle of vision ...

£3,800 - £4,200

ADAM BUICK (born 1978); Untitled (2019), a stoneware moon jar covered in Waun Llodi slip and nuka glaze, height 39cm. Buick’s work uses a single pure moon jar form as a canvas to map his observations from an ongoing study of his surroundings. He incorporates stone and locally dug clay into his work to create a narrative, one that conveys a unique sense of place. The unpredictable nature of each ...

£1,200 - £1,800

ADAM BUICK (born 1978); Untitled (2018), a stoneware moon jar with Porthmawr stone, height 42cm.

£1,200 - £1,800

ADAM BUICK (born 1978); Untitled, a porcelain moon jar covered in a running white glaze, height 28cm. (D) Provenance: Purchased from The New Craftsman Gallery, St Ives.

£300 - £500

ADAM BUICK (born 1978); Deep Map of The Potteries (2019), a set of six stoneware and porcelain miniature moon jars on a brick base, tallest jar 10.5cm, ensemble length 63.5cm. Whilst studying Archaeology and Anthropology Buick was introduced to the concept of a Deep Map. This is a map that is more than a two dimensional representation of the physical features of a landscape. It is a map that explores ...

£600 - £800

REBECCA APPLEBY (born 1979); A Fractured Harmony I, earthenware covered in black pigment with incised geometric decoration, height 48.5cm

£1,800 - £2,200


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