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hometayler & fletcher specialist antique & fine art sale: with interior and decorative design



Showing 1-48 of 610 lots

This sale was held on 20/02/2020 at 10:00am

A fine set of nine late 19th century Meissen porcelain cabinet plates; each hand-gilded and with reticulated border with three vignettes depicting floral sprays, and each with finely decorated centre with individually painted floral sprays and various flying insects, blue-crossed swords marks to undersides and some with impressed numbers (20.25cm in diameter)

£200 - £300

A Royal Crown Derby jar and cover; hand-gilded and decorated in the 1128 pattern (17.5cm)

£30 - £50

A pair of early 20th century Crown Devon Fielding's two-handled, baluster-shaped vases and covers; each hand decorated with still-life of peaches and grapes, printed and impressed marks to their undersides

£100 - £150

A late 19th/early 20th century Meissen porcelain cup and saucer; hand-decorated with flowers and floral sprays, blue-crossed swords mark to underside

£20 - £40

An early 19th century Derby Porcelain two-handled campana-style urn; hand-gilded and decorated in the Imari palette, red-painted marks to underside (21cm high) (some discolouration, glaze crazing, old repair to one handle and small chip and some rim fritting to circular pedestal foot

£50 - £70

A 19th century Meissen porcelain salt modelled as a cherubic figure behind a shell-shaped bowl; hand-decorated and the interior of the bowl with a vignette of figures on a quayside before water with buildings to the background, the exterior of the shell decorated with sprigs and insects, cross swords mark to underside (13cm wide)

£100 - £150

An unusual circa 1775-1780 English porcelain bowl, possibly Lowestoft; hand-decorated with various Masonic symbols including crescent moon with face, sun, stars and interior decoration of two temple pillars with stylised sun, further Masonic-style motifs to the outside of the body, raised on short circular foot (hairlines and small chips) (11cm in diameter). Sold together with original Phillips ...

£150 - £200

A pair of 19th century Meissen porcelain models of open-winged swans; blue-painted crossed swords mark to undersides (10cm high) (damage and repairs)

£100 - £150

A brown earthenware jug (possibly early English) (23 cm high)

£100 - £200

A late 19th century Chinese porcelain vase; flaring lip above a cylindrical neck and a baluster-shaped body with two reserves painted with flowers, the green ground decorated with five clawed dragons flying through the sky contesting the sacred pearl of wisdom, six-character Chenghua mark painted in red to the underside (pieces away from the lip and re-glued) (46cm high)

£100 - £150

A rare pair of 19th century octagonal Spode ceramic meat platters; transfer-decorated in the Willow-pattern style and with blue Spode transfer mark to undersides (58cm wide) (2)

£300 - £500

REGINALD 'Reg' JOHNSON (b. 1909), an early to mid-20th century ceramic figure, 'Tunisian Scholar at Law', by the studio potter and signed 'R.Johnson' to the underside (19cm high)

£300 - £400

A cased Aynsley porcelain six-place coffee can and saucer service retailed by Mappin & Webb; the coffee cans with silver mounts stamped with the maker's mark of Mappin & Webb and assayed Birmingham 1922

£60 - £100

A Faienceries du Longwy 'Nautile' spherical pottery vase designed by Nicolas de Waël; decorated with various tropical fish and gilding, the base marked 'N de Wael' and numbered R.169018 (approx. 19cm high)

£50 - £70

A green-glazed two-handled pottery jug (possibly early English) (24cm)

£300 - £500

A pair of late 19th century German porcelain models of parrots in the Meissen style; both with open-mouthed heads lowered, yellow-pink crest, open-winged and perched upon branches, cobalt blue H-mark to undersides (approx 20cm high x 21cm (widest) )

£150 - £250

A pair of early 20th century Delftware pottery vases in earlier Persian style; thistle-shaped bulbs above tapering necks and ovoid bodies with circular slightly spreading bases, each hand-decorated with birds, flowers and leaves, the bases decorated with lappets and Ruyi-style symbols (40cm)

£100 - £150

An 18th century Delftware charger hand-decorated in cobalt-blue with a central flower basket and six panel reserves flanking also with flower heads, blue painted initials to underside (35.25cm in diameter)

£100 - £150

A large 19th century majolica pottery garden seat modelled as a tree trunk (51cm high)

£100 - £150

A fine early 19th century Coalport Feltspar porcelain dessert service comprising four square dishes, four shell-shaped dishes with handles, a comport, a single oval dish, two two-handled tureens on stands and eleven circular plates, each gilded and individually hand-decorated with fruits, floral sprays and flowers (27 pieces in total, including lids and stands) some damage and old restorations

£1,000 - £1,500

A scarce late 18th century Dunderdale Yorkshire Pottery teapot; decorated in relief in the neo-classical style with sprigs, lappets and two reserves with cherubic-style figures (28.5cm wide (including handle))

£100 - £150

An early 19th century oval Chinese hard-paste porcelain dish; hand-decorated in underglaze blue and white with peony etc. surrounding a central mon (30.5cm wide)

£50 - £80

A pair of Chinese porcelain dishes; each hand-decorated in underglaze blue with prunus blossom and with four-character mark to underside (27cm diameter)

£30 - £50

A 19th century German faience pottery stein; hand-decorated with a seated maiden playing an accoustic guitar (later pewter mounts) (19.5cm high including domed lid)

£100 - £150

A pair of late 19th century pottery vases hand-gilded and decorated in the Imari palette; each with two gilded elephant mask handles above square bases with four shaped feet, transfer marks to underside of bases 'Geo. Hall' (9.5cm high)

£60 - £100

A pair of Art Deco period menu holders; cream pottery and gilt-highlighted (14cm widest)

£30 - £40

A heavy Studio Pottery baluster-shaped pottery vase; hand-decorated with Shubunkin fish, initial to underside (21cm)

£25 - £40

Three early 20th century Royal Worcester cabinet plates together with a similar square plate and an oval dish, each with cobalt-blue border and gilt highlights surrounding individual ornithological studies, signed W. H. Austin (the circular plates 23cm in diameter) circa 1912

£250 - £350

A late 19th century French ceramic wall-mounted dish signed Henri Beineix lower right; the dish with a raised gilded border of laurel leaves, signed and dated Paris 1895 verso, circular oak frame (the dish 31.5cm diameter)

£70 - £100

A selection of miniature cabinet ceramics and bijouterie; to include a Samson-style three-legged armorial salt, late 19th century miniature cups and saucers (probably Meissen with blue cross swords mark underneath) and other small and similar ceramics (7)

£70 - £100

A late 19th century German porcelain (probably Meissen) cup and saucer; encrusted in relief with flower heads and hand-decorated with various small insects; together with a matching three-footed cream jug; each piece with blue-painted crossed-swords-mark to their underside (the jug 9.5cm high) (chipping to extremities) (3)

£50 - £70

An extremely large 19th century Japanese porcelain dish/charger; central underglaze blue decoration of scrolling foliage surrounded by panels to the border decorated with cranes and two Islamic-style panels individually decorated with a dragon and fen with the flaming sacred pearl of wisdom (60.75cm diameter) (extensive damage and reparations)

£150 - £200

An unusual circa 1922-1927 Royal Doulton yellow-glaze pottery vase of squat spherical form; printed mark to underside (24cm in diameter)

£50 - £70

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Square fluted, 986, 1128-1929; Square fluted, 986, 2451-1916; Lozenge, 1802 - 4in, 2451; Small Salver, 1962?, 2451-1966 and Kidney shape  6in, 4072-1895 (From the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Small salver - 5.25in, 1128-1976; Fan, 407, 1128-1922; Square fluted, 986 - 4.5in, 2444-1896; Square, 1801, 1128-1928 and Square, 986, 2644-1902 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Circular ten-lobed dish - 3.5in, 1128-1928; Fan, 407, 2649-1928; Rectangular, 1806, 6299-1918; Small Square 1803 - 3in, 1128-1925; Square fluted, 986, 2451-1932 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Square, 986, 2712-1900; Slim oval - 4.75in, 2712-1895; Rect., 913, Rouen - 5in, 2649-1910; 3-petal Crescent, gadroon edged - 4.75in, 2451-1965 and 1806, Rectangular cig. corners - 3.5in, 2451-1940 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Small Salver, 6264-1914; Rectangular, 1800 - 3.5in, 2451-1950s; Round - 3.75in, 2451-1937; Rectangular, 913, Rouen - 5in, 2412-1904; Circular, fluted - 4.5in, 1128-1931 (From the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Small salver, 1962?, 6284-1904; Rectangular, 1800 - 3.5in, 1128-1940; 5-petal, gadroon edge - 4.5in, 2451-1973; 913, Rouen, Rect. - 5in, 2451-1913 and Lozenge, 1802 - 3.75in, 6299-1919 (From the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Slim oval - 4.5in, 2451-1896; Slim oval, 1128-1897; Square, 1903, 2451/6299-1920; Rectangular 913, Rouen - 5in, 2712 variant-1896 and Diamond - 5.5in, 2451-1950s (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Heart - 4.25in, 2451-1950s; Large oval - 5.75in, 1128-1940s; 1802 - 3.75in, 1128-1920; 5-petal, gadroon edge, Davis Arms, 2451-1979; Circular ten-lobed dish - 3.25in, 2451 - c .1940 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Spade - 4.75in, 2451-1950s; Club - 4.5in, 1128-1977; Rectangular, 913, Rouen - 5in, Amalgam-1898; 3-petal Crescent, gadroon-edged - 4.75in, 2451-1950s and Oyster 4.5in (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Slim oval, 3788-1904; Oyster 4in, 2444 - c.1910; Fan, 2444-1900; Circular 4in, 6299 c.1860 and Circular 4in, 383 c.1880 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Five Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Large salver - 7in, 6264-1901; Square, 3.25in, 2451-1937; Round with handles and pedestal, 5in, 1128-1980; Square, 1801 - 3.25in, 6299-1923 and Fan, 407, 2451-1901 (from the Tim Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£70 - £100

Two Royal Crown Derby trinket trays: Oyster 4in, 2649-1899 and 8-sided shell oblong 4.5in, 2649-1912 (from the Mike Hadfield Collection and exhibited at the Royal Crown Derby Factory)

£30 - £50

A flower-head-shaped Chinese porcelain bowl; decorated with two Moorish-style panels depicting blossom and buildings, the rest of the body decorated with various flowers and blossom (badly damaged, repairs, chips and large rim piece missing) (possibly 17th century) (19cm diameter)

£30 - £50

A 19th century Chinese porcelain Canton vase typically hand-decorated with figures in the famille rose palette, two Karashishi 'handles' and each side decorated in high relief with gilded Chilong dragons; together with one other slightly smaller similarly decorated baluster-shaped example minus cover  (the larger vase 31cm high) (2)

£50 - £80

A pair of early 19th century Derby Porcelain shell-shaped dishes; each decorated with flower heads against a cobalt blue ground (24cm (widest))

£80 - £120


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