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This sale was held on 05/10/2019 at 10:00am

George Tinworth (British, 1843-1913) for Doulton, Lambeth, a stoneware Mouse Musician menu holder, dated 1885, modelled as a mouse playing the harp whilst a young mouse plays the violin as a cello, on an oval stepped base, glazed in brown, buff and blue, incised GT monogram to rear base of menu holder, impressed inside base 'H Doulton Lambeth', '1885', and with artist's marks 'EM' or 'WE', missing ...

£300 - £500

A mirrored pair of Victorian Staffordshire figurines, modelled as seated poodles, with partly encrusted white glazed bodies, black noses and yellow eyes, 25cm high. (2)

£80 - £120

A group of six Victorian Staffordshire figurines, comprising a sleeping shepherd, 15cm high, a pair of before and after married couple figures, 10cm high, a poodle, 8cm high, two seated ladies, one with a sheep and the other with a dog, each 16cm high. (6)

£80 - £120

Two Staffordshire figurines, mid 19th century, each modelled as a spaniel, one brown and white in seated pose, with head lowered towards a bone between it's forepaws, collar to neck attached to a golden chain, on an oval blue base with gilt line, 13 by 8 by 8cm, the other black and white in standing pose with mouth open, with collar to neck, on a white glazed and gilt highlighted base, 11.5 by 4.5 ...

£50 - £80

A John Walton Staffordshire pearlware figure, circa 1830, modelled as a baker's boy selling bread from his basket, standing in a black hat, on a naturalistic base, 'Walton' banner applied to back, 17.5cm high, together with another early 19th century Staffordshire figure, modelled as a fruit seller, standing in white hat and coat holding a basket, both unmarked, 17cm high, both a/f with damage and ...

£50 - £80

An early 19th century Staffordshire pottery figure, modelled as a shepherd carrying a sheep over his shoulder, representing the parable of ?The Lost Sheep Found?, decorated with overglaze enamel colours, on a squared base, red painted JH or TH to base, 21.5cm, together with a later Staffordshire figure, modelled as a boy harvesting corn, 18cm. (2) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£80 - £120

A 19th century Continental cranberry glass vase, of baluster form on circular foot, decorated with an oval reserve portrait of a lady, gilt decoration throughout, 29cm high. Gilt decoration rubbed.

£50 - £80

A 19th century cranberry glass decanter, with twin handles, applied clear glass and wheel engraved decoration.

£60 - £90

A pair of William IV blue glass decanters, with gilt painted labels, inscribed Rum and Holland (gin), 24 and 23cm tall respectively, with stoppers and a later blue glass squat jug with angular twisted clear glass handle. (3)

£50 - £80

An Art Nouveau iridescent green glass and metal vase, in the style of Loetz, the rectangular section glass held in a metal surround formed as bulrushes rising from a rectangular base, unmarked, a/f one metal leaf side detached but present, 7 by 5 by 15cm.

£50 - £80

A pair of Georgian wine glasses, with trumpet shaped bowls, think stems with single bubble, wide foot rims, cut pontil mark, each bowl rim 6.5cm, foot rim 7.5cm, 16cm high. (2) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£80 - £120

Two Georgian air twist wine glasses, one with flared bowl, 17.2cm high, the other with a rounded funnel bowl, 14.8cm and a Georgian cordial glass with air twist stem, 12cm high, all with conical bases and cut pontils. (3)

£80 - £120

A late 18th century Liege a Traforato glass basket, of oval trumpet form, with openwork trellis trailed sides, outturned foot rim with impressed decoration, ground pontil mark, 22.5 by 17 by 10.5cm high. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£80 - £120

A late 19th century Bohemian glass pedestal vase, of goblet form, decorated with white overlay on clear glass with gilt highlights, the bowl with castellated rim above six painted roundels, painted in opposing pairs, three with flowers and three with portrait busts, on a spreading base with faceted column, 20 by 33cm high.

£400 - £600

An Edwardian Royal Crown Derby part tea service, decorated in the Imari scissors pattern, 2649, comprising six tea cups, six saucers, six tea plates, one milk jug, one sugar bowl, and a serving plate. (21)

£100 - £150

A Royal Crown Derby bone china part dinner service, decorated with moulded frilled and foliate clasped edges, central spray of flowers and pale blue borders, comprising two lidded tureens, 24 by 16cm high, two oval serving dishes, 39 and 33.5cm, six dinner plates, 26.5cm, six side plates, 23cm, six break plates, 18.5cm, six twin handled soup bowls and saucers, sauce boat and stand, green printed factory ...

£100 - £150

An early 19th century porcelain figure, possibly Derby, modelled as a gentleman standing with his left hand outstretched and right hand on hip, a dog at his feet, wearing white and gilt highlighted outfit, on Rococo scrolling base, incised '3' and '60', 13cm high. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate Notes: this is closely modelled on a Derby figure, number 60, of a shepherd but without the bocage ...

£50 - £80

A group of Royal Crown Derby bone china wares, comprising three Birds Imari pattern tea cups with saucers, a 19th century Imari pattern serving plate, four Imari pattern 3788 tea cups, and six saucers. (18)

£100 - £150

A group of three Burleigh Ware Royal commemorative mugs, designed by Dame Laura Knight, two for the coronation of Edward VII, and one for marriage of King George to Queen Elizabeth, with certificate, each 8cm high. (3)

£50 - £80

A pair of Derby porcelain dishes, circa 1820, decorated with sprays of flowers, gilt rims, red painted factory marks, 4.5 by 22cm. (2)

£50 - £80

An early 19th century porcelain tea and coffee service, possibly Coalport, decorated with a scrolling floral band and gilt highlights, comprising teapot, slop bowl, twin handled sugar bowl, eight teacups and saucers, and five coffee cans and saucers. (26)

£80 - £120

A group of Shelley Phlox pattern tea wares, comprising six cups, six saucers, six tea plates, one serving dish, one sugar bowl, one milk jug, pattern number W12190, green printed factory mark. (21)

£50 - £70

A 19th century porcelain polychrome basket, possibly Coalport, with woven handle, the sides formed as the stems of flowers, the rim encrusted with thirty three applied flowers, the base with five further flowers, raised on feet moulded as leaves, the central well painted with an orange flower sprig and gilt highlights, cream and white ground, unmarked, 15 by 16cm. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate ...

£80 - £120

A 19th century porcelain perfume bottle and stopper, possibly Coalport, of squat baluster form, decorated all over with applied flowers and leaves, the stopper with a bouquet of smaller applied flowers, gilt highlights to rims, unmarked, 12 by 17cm. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£80 - £120

A group of five face mask jugs, comprising three blue and white decorated with sprays of flowers, Salopian Coalport, Caughley, and one unmarked, largest 20cm, and a pair of polychrome floral modern Coalport examples, titled to bases 'The Caughley Mask-Head Jug', 12.5cm. (5) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£50 - £80

A majolica jardiniere in Minton style, late 20th century, decorated with six applied devil's masks with their tongues out, against a dark blue ground, pale blue moulded rim and internally, raised on three feet, painted mark '16', 40 by 35cm high. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£50 - £80

A pair of Edwardian Coalport miniature vases, of baluster form with twin foliate clasped handles, decorated with a circular reserve of flowers against a cobalt blue ground, gilt highlights, pattern V7586/285, each 7.5 by 11cm, together with another pair of Coalport vases, of tapering urn form, decorated with an overlaid gilt frieze of birds against a blue pattern below, check borders and gilt rims, ...

£50 - £80

A mid 20th century Ridgway, Homemaker pattern part tea service, eighty five pieces total, with teapot, milk jug, cups, saucers and plates, together with a book on Ridgway pottery 'Homemaker 1950s Design Classic' by Simon Moss published 1997. (86)

£150 - £200

A group of four porcelain items, comprising an Edwardian Coalport moon flask vase, decorated with a reserve landscape view against a gilt ground, pattern A5887, 9.5 by 5.5 by 12.5cm, a Coalport twin handled dish, gilt decoration against a cobalt blue ground, pattern A6370, 16 by 6 by 6.5cm, an early 19th century porcelain pin tray, possibly Coalport, decorated with a spray of flowers against a white ...

£50 - £80

An Edwardian Coalport porcelain goblet-vase, shape 144, modelled with three handles, flared rim, on knopped pedestal base, decorated with sprays of flowers against a white and cobalt blue ground with various gilt highlights, pattern number V.5663, green printed factory mark, painted shape and pattern marks, impressed '1188', 14 by 21.5cm. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£100 - £150

An Edwardian Coalport porcelain ewer, shape 149, modelled with foliate scroll handle, shaped spout, on knopped pedestal base, the body decorated with a reserve of a highland lake against a cobalt blue ground with various gilt highlights, the neck and foot with a cream ground, gilt handle, and various highlights, pattern number 7586, green printed factory mark, painted shape and pattern marks, 24cm ...

£100 - £150

An early 19th century porcelain vase, of baluster form with pierced rim and shaped pedestal base, a pair of crabstock handles to the body, decorated against a white ground with four large applied flowers, further with smaller flowers and leaves, painted either side with a spray of flowers, gilt highlights throughout, the foot painted yellow and green, unmarked, 11 by 21cm. Provenance: Private Deceased ...

£100 - £150

A 19th century porcelain encrusted polychrome potpourri basket, possibly Minton, of rectangular form with shaped outline and moulded white ground, pierced cover and hoop handle, the rim applied with four bunches of flowers in full relief, gilt highlights throughout, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, 14 by 12 by 9.5cm, together with a similarly decorated pocket watch holder, possibly Coalport, with ...

£80 - £120

A pair of Edwardian Coalport moon flasks, with twin gilt handles, each decorated with a square reserve sea view in a gilt border against a burgundy ground, white jewelled and gilt foliate borders, a jewelled and gilt medallion to the back, pattern B903, green printed factory mark, each 9.5 by 5.5 by 12.5cm high. (2) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£50 - £80

A Victorian part serving service, decorated with reserves of landscape views against a pale blue ground, green and black rims, gilt highlights, comprising two lidded twin handled sauce boats on integral stands, ladle, ladle with pierced bowl, two leaf shaped dishes, and one oval dish. (7) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£50 - £80

A Minton Majolica jardiniere, late 19th century, decorated with six applied lion masks with rings in their mouths against a pale blue ground, white rim and pink internally, raised on six (a/f one damaged) lion's paw feet, impressed 'Minton' and '102', 32 by 28cm high. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£100 - £150

A set of eight Minton majolica oyster plates, circa 1870, shape 1323, each modelled with six shallow turquoise wells around a central dark green well, separated by relief moulded designs of further shells and seaweed, impressed factory marks 'Minton', '1323', and registration lozenge, each 23.5cm. (6) Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£800 - £1,200

Two early 19th century Berlin factory porcelain dishes, one with frilled moulded rim, decorated with a central purple floral spray and leaves surrounded by four further sprays, gilt edge, underglaze blue sceptre mark, impressed 'K3', 5 by 23cm, the second with basket moulded rim, decorated with central spray of yellow and pink flowers and three butterflies, three further sprays of flowers to rim, ...

£80 - £120

A late 19th century encrusted polychrome porcelain vase and cover, in Coalbrookdale style, of baluster form decorated with reserves of two landscape views and applied flowers in full relief, gilt highlights throughout, 17 by 44cm high. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£50 - £80

A Spode Copelands China 'landscape views' part dessert service, circa 1900, each painted with a highland lake scene to central reserve by A. Perry, cobalt blue rims and gilt highlights, pattern number R 6719, comprising comport depicting 'Urquhart Castle', 23.5 by 14cm, a square dish depicting an unnamed view, 21 by 21cm, and six plates, depicting Buttermere, Loch Maree, Loch Tay, Stybarrow Crag, ...

£200 - £300

A Zsolnay Pecs reticulated porcelain twin handled vase, circa 1885, of baluster form with reticulated medallion painted with gilt internally, trellis work handles, garlic mouth with four reticulated lobes, enamelled with flowers against a cream ground, impressed 'Zsolnay Pecs', form book design number '2003' and '8', and blue printed TJM family factory marks, 'Patent' and '38', 12.5 by 23.5cm. Provenance: ...

£100 - £150

A late Victorian Belleek bust, modelled as 'Queen of the Hops', with foliate hair decorations, raised upon a circular socle, first period black mark, 29cm high. The bust has come away from its base currently held in place by a bolt, some chips to leaf decoration and a single indentation to bridge of nose.

£200 - £300

A pair of modern Royal Worcester pedestal vases, twin foliate scrolled handles, one decorated with a view of Venice from the lagoon with a gondola, the other of New York from the harbour with a steam liner and other boats by M. Powell, each 13 by 21.5cm high. (2) In excellent condition.

£300 - £500

A Carl Thieme model of a Jay (Eichelhäher), mid 19th century, modelled after Meissen standing on a branch leaning forward with beak open looking to it's right, the naturalistic branch with applied flowers and moulded knots, painted in enamels, painted title to lower edge of base 'D. Eichelhäher' in purple, underglaze blue cross mark with T above, impressed model number 407, 20.5cm high. Beak damaged ...

£100 - £150

A 19th century Minton porcelain encrusted polychrome vase and cover, circa 1830, decorated all over with applied flowers and leaves, around a painted reserve titled below in puce 'Near Rocester', the cover with further applied flowers, gilt highlights throughout, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to base and lid, 18 by 15cm. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£100 - £150

A pair of 19th century porcelain encrusted polychrome twin handled bowls and covers, circa 1835, probably Coalport, Coalbrookdale style, each with crabstock handles, decorated with applied larger and smaller flowers in full relief, further painted sprays of flowers to front and back, the lids similarly decorated wand with large rose finials, gilt highlights throughout, raised on four scroll feet, ...

£100 - £150

A 19th century porcelain bowl and cover, in the Meissen schneeballen style, encrusted all over with small white and purple rimmed flowers, the rim applied with pairs of larger flowers, the cover applied with three canaries (missing fourth) perceh on scrolling foliage, the foot rim with band of yellow flowers, unmarked, 18.5 by 14cm. Provenance: Private Deceased Estate

£200 - £300

A Bow soft paste porcelain frill vase, circa 1760, of lobed inverted pear form with four sets of seven pierced holes to upper body, two female masks each surrounded by a wreath of flowers applied on opposite sides, two moulded flower sprays to opposite sides, further encrusted with flowers and painted with butterflies and insects, the lower body with frill-like row of petals from which rise stems ...

£100 - £150


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