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This sale was held on Saturday 18th September 2021 at 10:30am

Property of a lady - a complete Edwardian Stuart cut glass dessert set comprising a set of four serving bowls and twelve dessert plates, each with intaglio cut decoration depicting various fruit, the bowls with etched marks & 'RD. 555817', the bowls 9.5ins. (24cms.) wide, the plates 7.9ins. (20cms.) diameter (16).

£150 - £250

Property of a lady - a good suite of eighteen Stourbridge intaglio engraved 'rock crystal' glass drinking glasses, circa 1900, probably Stevens & Williams or possibly Webb Corbett, comprising a set of six champagne bowls, a set of six red wine glasses, and a set of six white wine glasses, each set in a fitted case (18).

£800 - £1,200

Property of a gentleman - a pair of 19th century Bohemian gilt decorated amethyst glass goblets, each approximately 8.25ins. (21cms.) high (2).

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a set of seven wine glasses, the hexagonal bowls with enamel painted floral decorations, 7ins. (17.8cms.) high; together with a similar set of six wine glasses; and a similar set of five wine glasses (18).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a set of six tall Bohemian cut glass hock glasses, with blue & green flashed bowls, e8.5ins. (21.5cms.) high (6).

£30 - £50

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - two millefiori & latticino decorated glass paperweights, the larger 3.15ins. (8cms.) diameter (2).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century Bohemian amber flashed glass goblet with engraved panel depicting deer in a landscape, dated 1822 and 1847, nick to rim, 8.35ins. (21.2cms.) high.

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - a Murano ruby glass 21-piece tea-set (complete for six place settings); together with a similar coffee cup & two saucers (24).

£40 - £60

Property of a deceased estate - a late 18th century Dutch Delft blue & white model of a bird perched among flowers, by Johann Harlees, black painted HL monogram to base, 4.95ins. (12.6cms.) high.

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a pair of mid 18th century Delft blue & white shallow dishes, with painted chinoiserie scenes, each 8.65ins. (22cms.) diameter (2).

£40 - £60

Property of a deceased estate - a small Meissen group of four putti gathered around a fire on a pedestal, blue crossed swords mark, one arm restored, 3.75ins. (9.5cms.) high; together with a pair of Meissen blue & white small single handled dishes & covers (3).

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a mid 19th century English porcelain twenty-six piece tea set, painted in puce with exotic birds & flowering branches (26).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a large German Sitzendorf porcelain group depicting The Last Supper, 29ins. (74cms.) long.

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a pair of mid 19th century English porcelain vases, possibly Ridgway, each with a painted panel depicting flowers in a landscape garden, restoration to one rim, 14.75ins. (37.5cms.) high (2).

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a large 19th century Sevres style circular tray, painted with portraits of King Louis XIV and court ladies, each named on reverse, on a rose pompadour ground, 19ins. (48cms.) diameter.

£200 - £300

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century Sevres style cabaret set, painted with exotic birds on a gilt decorated dark blue ground, interlaced LL's mark (4).

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a large pair of mid 19th century Coalport ornithological vases & covers, circa 1860, slight difference in height, each painted with three panels of birds, one with birds of prey, the other with a cockatoo & other exotic birds, the birds probably painted by John Randall, painted CBD monogram marks, 17.3 and 17.0 ins. (44 and 43.2cms.) high (overall) (2).

£800 - £1,200

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of Royal Crown Derby porcelain models of peacocks, one signed J. Plant & C. Till, the other J. Plant & Lyndsey Selley (2).

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a Meissen beaker decorated with a swan in landscape, restoration to rim, blue crossed swords mark, 3.6ins. (9.2cms.) high.

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a late 18th / early 19th century English porcelain twenty-four piece tea set with gilt Greek key bands (24).

£50 - £80

Property of a lady - a large late 19th century Italian Cantagalli lustre charger, 19.85ins. (50.5cms.) diameter.

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Italian Cantagalli lustre plate, 12.6ins. (32cms.) diameter; together with a similar trefoil bowl, restoration to rim, 11ins. (28cms.) across (2).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a 19th century Mason's Real Stone China Japan pattern ewer with cover, small chip to foot rim, 8.05ins. (20.5cms.) high (overall).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a mid 19th century English floral painted porcelain twelve piece dessert service, pattern number 4/478 (12).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a Crown Devon Fieldings musical cigarette box decorated with a hunting scene, 5ins. (12.7cms.) long; together with a Royal Winton chintz 'Sweet Pea' pattern two-handled bowl; a Falcon Ware wall vase modelled as a bonnet; and a 19th century floral painted porcelain mug, monogrammed RP & dated 1838 (4).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a late 18th century Worcester porcelain spiral fluted or wrythen twenty-eight piece tea set, circa 1780, a few pieces with minor rubbing to gilding (28).

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - an early 19th century Derby porcelain twenty-three piece tea set, pattern 753, general rubbing to gilding (23).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a set of thirty-nine Minton floral painted porcelain dinner plates, red painted pattern number N3143, 10.25ins. (26cms.) diameter; together with a matching set of sixteen dessert plates (55).

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a pair of Herend porcelain reticulated vases, 4.8ins. (12cms.) high; together with a pair of Victorian Staffordshire inkwell pen holders modelled as Swans; and a Halcyon Days enamel box (5).

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a set of eleven Royal Worcester plates, variously painted with flowers to the centre, all but one signed W(illiam) Hale, 10.4ins. (26.5cms.) diameter (11).

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a Royal Worcester vase painted with autumnal leaves & berries, signed K(itty) Blake, date cypher for 1932, 6.25ins. (16cms.) high.

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a Minton bone china bowl with richly gilt border, 11.45ins. (29cms.) diameter. Footnote - reputedly this bowl was a special commission as a retiring gift to a senior decorator at the Minton manufactory.

No Estimate

Property from the estate of the late Julian Bream (1933-2020) - twenty-four pieces of Royal Copenhagen blue & white dinner & tea ware; together with thirteen similarly decorated pieces from other manufactories (37). Proceeds of this sale will go to the Julian Bream Trust Charity.

£100 - £150

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - a Victorian Royal Worcester two handled tall vase, adapted as a table lamp, diamond registration kite mark for 2 November 1883, drilled through base, 19.75ins. (50cms.) high (overall).

£30 - £50

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - an unusual early 19th century Mason's ironstone garniture of three vases, circa 1815, the handles with mask terminals, each painted with butterflies with gilt leaves & tendrils, the taller 8.4ins. (21.3cms.) high (3).

£100 - £150

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - a quantity of late 18th & early 19th century English ceramics including New Hall type tea ware (a lot).

£100 - £200

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - an English porcelain elongated octagonal tub painted in the kakiemon style, probably Chelsea, circa 1750, fritting to rim, 4.2ins. (10.6cms.) long; together with an early 19th century inkwell, probably Derby, cover missing & small rim chip; and a Grainger's Worcester basket, second quarter 19th century, 8.1ins. (20.6cms.) long...

£50 - £100

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - an 18th century Meissen floral decorated saucer dish, Academic or dot period crossed swords mark, nick to rim, 5.25ins. (13.5cms.) diameter; together with a pair of Meissen tea bowls of moulded form; and a similar pair of pots & covers, losses to finials (5).

£30 - £50

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - a group of six European ceramics including a Vienna porcelain teapot, circa 1800, blue beehive mark (6).

£40 - £60

Property from the estate of the late Lady Betty Shackleton (1913-2018) - a pair of 19th century imari or Japan pattern porcelain wine coolers, possibly Ridgway, gilt painted pattern number 170, each 6.5ins. (16.5cms.) high, 9.5ins. (24cms.) across handles; together with an early 19th century Patent Ironstone China hexagonal vase & cover, hairline to neck, 9.5ins. (24cms.) high (3).

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century English bough pot, unmarked, 7.5ins. (19cms.) wide (overall); together with an Edwardian mahogany, satinwood banded & marquetry inlaid rectangular box, 10.75ins. (27.3cms.) wide (2).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a mixed lot of ceramics including a set of six Edwardian Aynsley porcelain coffee cups & saucers, the cups with silver holders, hallmarked London 1902, one cup with hairline (a lot).

£40 - £60

Property of a lady - a 1920's Rosenthal porcelain figure entitled 'Eros', 13.3ins. (33.8cms.) high. Condition - excellent, no damages or restorations.

£200 - £300

Property of a gentleman - a large Victorian Royal Crown Derby imari pattern lobed tray, date cypher for 1882, 17.5ins. (44.5cms.) across.

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a Royal Crown derby imari pattern 6299 ewer or jug, date cypher for 1910, 5.3ins. (13.5cms.) high.

£30 - £40

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Royal Worcester porcelain vase with puce painted theatrical scene, 9.75ins. (24.8cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Coalport 'jewelled' porcelain vase & cover, painted with a landscape panel, 6.75ins. (17.1cms.) high.

£80 - £120

The Henry & Tricia Byrom Collection - three Victorian Parian figures, all unmarked, the tallest 15ins. (38cms.) high (3).

£50 - £100


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