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This sale was held on 17/10/2019 at 10:00am

Assorted early English porcelain to include an 18th century footed bowl (prob. Worcester) hand decorated in cobalt blue with chinoiserie style scenes, an early 19th century tea bowl and saucer decorated with sprigs and a similar period sugar bowl hand gilded and decorated with floral sprays and sprigs etc., the larger bowl 15.5cm dia. (4)

£50 - £70

A large late 19th century Continental porcelain vase of elaborate rococo form, the central vignette depicting one of Henry VIII's wives begging for her life before the seated monarch, the vase hand decorated and gilded etc., with 'C' scrolls and scrolling foliage and cherub-like figures including a lower cherubic-like figure sitting within an arbour, the reverse central vignette detailing allegories ...

£30 - £50

AMENDMENT - THE JUG HAS ONLY A 0.5cm HOLE AND NOT A 5cm HOLE An early George III period English creamware jug named and dated Tho.s Tuffly., 1771, the jug with beaded edge above a reeded cross over handle and hand decorated with buildings with smoke emanating from a chimney, on spreading circular foot with beaded edge, 20cm high (5cm hole to side of jug)

£300 - £400

A late 19th century commemorative Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, 'Leeds Election 1880'; the arms of Leeds, incised script and incised and impressed marks to underside (23cm high)

£100 - £150

AMENDMENT - SURNAME IS BARRAN NOT BARREN A late 19th century Doulton Lambeth commemorative stoneware beaker of baluster form, 'Leeds Election 1880 - John Barren Esq. - 23,674 votes' (13.5cm high)

£30 - £50

A large pair of 19th Century Staffordshire pottery spaniels hand gilded and decorated with red ochre highlights, 30cm high (2)

£40 - £60

An 18th Century Delftware dish typically decorated in underglaze blue with flowers and leaves etc., applied seal mark of Duveen, Liverpool to underside and also signed in underglaze blue to the middle of the underside, 22.5cm diameter, together with two slightly smaller polychrome decorated Delftware bowls, 18th/19th Century (3)

£100 - £150

A pair of late 19th Century Continental porcelain figural candlesticks modelled as male and female figures (possibly Meissen), blue crossed sword style mark to underside of bases, 28cm wide (losses and damage etc.,)

£50 - £70

An unusual early 19th Century pearl ware figure of a lady archer with bow, arrows, quiver and target, 17cm high

£100 - £150

An 18th Century Delftware dish of flower head form (possibly English), the border and central well hand decorated in cobalt blue with sprigs and figures in loose Chinese style, raised on short circular foot, 29.5cm diameter

£100 - £150

An early 19th Century pottery bowl, blue transfer decorated with figures outside a county cottage, one in tam o' shanter and kilt the other with his back turned to the view and with bagpipes, the outset lip above a curling handle and short circular foot, 13.25cm diameter

£60 - £90

A late 19th/early 20th century green-glaze Continental pottery wall pocket modelled as a cornucopia decorated with two budgerigars flanked by larger flower heads in Secessionist style (minor losses to glaze etc.,) 50cm high

£25 - £40

A rare Royal Worcester porcelain jug of tiny proportions, hand painted with flowers and signed by Kitty Blake

£100 - £140

An early 19th Century Staffordshire Bocage model of a recumbent sheep in Walton style, 9cm high x 9cm wide

£30 - £50

A 19th century Continental baluster shaped Delft-ware caster, the multi-pierced domed top above two vignettes decorated with figures and cattle within countryside surroundings against a yellow ground, slightly spreading circular foot terminating in a gilded rim, blue-painted crown over interlocked double C's mark to underside (10.5cm high)

£50 - £70

A Worcester blue and white butter boat, circa 1760, moulded with acanthus, the interior with flower sprays (8.2cm)

£150 - £200

A large Moorcroft pottery vase (modern)

£150 - £180

A pair of Edwardian two handled ceramic vases each gilt decorated with various flowers, leaves etc., against a green ground, 33.5cm high

£20 - £40

A Continental two handled pottery olive jar with a mottled tan glaze, probably early 20th C., 43cm high x 29cm wide (excluding handles)

£30 - £50

Ralph Hall of Swan Bank, Tunstall, an early/mid 19th Century transfer decorated blue and white teapot depicting vignettes of Denton Park, Yorkshire (restored), together with a hardback volume ""Collecting Ceramic Landscapes'' (British and American Landscapes on Printed Pottery, the present teapot illustrated on the front cover and detailed on Page 37

£150 - £200

A rare Staffordshire pearlware theatrical character jug (possibly Rockingham, circa 1825/30), modelled as John Liston  in his role as Paul Pry, the yellow top hat impressed with his famous line ""Hope I don't intrude"", 13.75cm (highest)

£100 - £150

A 19th Century porcelain cup and saucer, finely painted with a ploughing scene pulled by oxen, marked to base

£50 - £70

An early 19th Century English pottery tulip cup circa 1830/40, in Spode style, in the form of a tulip raised upon a green octagonal base with green handle, 9.25cm high

£80 - £120

ADDED LOT    A MacIntyre Moorcroft pottery jug decorated with poppies (chips to lip rim and badly damaged spout), 14.5cm high 

£20 - £40

A 19th century eleven-piece Chinese Canton porcelain part dessert service comprising six circular plates, a larger lozenge-shaped footed dish and four comports on spreading circular feet, each pieces gilded and hand decorated om enamels in the Famille Rose palette with various figures, birds, insects and foliage etc., in typical style (some damage), the largest piece 39cm wide (11)

£150 - £200

An eggshell famille rose beaker Hsien Feng (1851-61) of tall flared form, enamelled and gilt with warriors and inscriptions, six-character seal mark (7.8cm)

£200 - £300

A delicate Chinese porcelain bowl hand decorated to the interior with bats etc., the exterior with a key fret border and various Buddhistic symbols with ribbons below, on circular foot, six character underglaze blue mark between concentric circles to the underside, 13.25cm diameter (with unassociated wooden stand)

£30 - £50

A large Rouleau vase, mid-19th century, painted in underglaze blue with fighting, identified warriors against a crackled, oatmeal ground, much damaged (61.5cm)

£250 - £300

A late 19th Century circular Japanese porcelain charger decorated with figures and blossoms within reserves surrounding a central decoration of a fen, 4.5cm diameter

£70 - £100

A Japanese pottery vase (probably early 20th Century) hand decorated in enamels in relief with prunus blossom, 27.5cm high

£25 - £40

A large late 19th Century Japanese porcelain charger, scalloped edge and hand decorated in the Imari palette, 47cm diameter

£80 - £120

A large late 19th Century Japanese porcelain circular charger cobalt blue border decorated with various symbols in reserves surrounding a scene of prunus blossom and an ornate bird flying in from the left above gate style fence, 46cm diameter

£70 - £100

A pair of 19th century Chinese porcelain bottle vases typically hand decorated in Famille Rose enamels with figures and attendants within panels etc., (damages and reparations), each 23cm high

£30 - £50

A 19th century Chinese porcelain moon flask hand decorated in under-glaze blue with scrolling lotus, the neck flanked by two sinuous Chilong dragons, (damage) (24.5cm high)

£50 - £70

An Oriental porcelain group to include an early 20th Century Chinese porcelain teapot and cover, two porcelain spoons decorated in enamels with flowers and a late 19th Century Kangxi style cover surmounted with an open mouthed temple style guardian)

£20 - £40

Three Chinese porcelain Kraak dishes decorated in underglaze blue in typical style, together with one other similar sized Chinese porcelain dish hand gilded and decorated in the Imari palette, the Imari dish 22.5cm diameter (4), probably 18th Century

£60 - £90

A Fujian Longquan celadon glaze bowl (Southern Song/Yuan), the exterior border with a decoration in relief of stiff leaves above a short circular foot, 14.5cm diameter

£300 - £400

A Jun ware purple splash bowl (Yuan or early Ming), the lobed rim above a single vertical trail, raised on unglazed slightly spreading circular foot, 14.25cm wide

£400 - £600

An early Ming/Yuan Chinese jarlet, the slightly spreading circular neck with three lugs above an underglaze copper red ""window"" decorated with flowers etc., raised on short circular foot, 11cm diameter

£400 - £600

A Chinese porcelain export punch bowl hand gilded and decorated in Famille Rose enamels with figures within shaped panels etc., in typical style (3rd quarter 18th century), with significant damage and repairs etc. (28.5cm diameter)

£30 - £50

A late 19th Century Chinese porcelain sleeve vase in Kangxi style hand decorated in underglaze blue with two dragons contesting the sacred pearl, four character mark to underside, 26cm

£40 - £60

A large Japanese porcelain charger, scalloped edge and hand decorated in underglaze blue with a single bird in flight approaching peony emanating from a fence, 48cm diameter

£50 - £80

An Oriental ceramic group, a Chinese porcelain ginger jar and cover in Kangxi style (20th Century), together with an early 20th Century Japanese jar decorated in high relief with leaves and flowers etc., and a late 19th Century Japanese porcelain oval dish hand decorated in enamels with birds and flowers amongst four reserves etc., six character painted red mark to underside, the oval dish 25cm wide ...

£30 - £50

A large late 19th Century Japanese porcelain charger hand decorated in underglaze blue with exotic birds amongst flowers etc., 46cm dia.

£40 - £70

A Chinese porcelain bowl delicately hand decorated in underglaze blue with lotus flowers and scrolls etc., six character painted blue mark to underside, raised on short circular foot (double match head size chip to foot), probably 19th Century, 15.5cm diameter

£30 - £50

A Ziajiang stoneware censor, 19th century, the bun body and neck inscribed Chang Jing and made by 'mother' (Buddhist term for nun), the sides with two high, sprung handles and on three kylin and tongue feet, bright turquoise blue glaze, one handle repaired, 46.6cm

£400 - £600

A large Kangxi style vase decorated with prunus blossom against cracked ice, a Chinese porcelain quatrefoil tea caddy decorated with buildings against mountainous surroundings and a Chinese bowl decorated in enamels with flowers and dragons etc., amongst red reserves against a green ground, on circular foot with Artimisia leaf to underside, (all 20th Century), (3), the vase 30cm high

£50 - £80

A blue and white trumpet vase in Kangxi style, 19th century, painted with a fen and dragon amongst flames and precious objects (19.5cm)

£150 - £200


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