A selection of mostly damaged 19th century Majolica to include a stand, the border decorated in relief with six leopard-like animal heads, a restored bowl modelled as a playful cat, a jug modelled as a bulldog and a jar modelled as a pug, the bulldog jug 26cm high
A 19th century Minton majolica lidded pottery jug; the hinged scallop-shell-shaped cover surmounted with a finial of a jester's head and above a main body decorated in relief with scenes of revelry and dancing within ivy branch borders, the handle also as an ivy branch, Minton and various other impressed marks to underside (32cm high)
A large 19th century Barge ware pottery teapot decorated in relief with floral sprays, flower heads, exotic birds and surmounted with a teapot finial in the usual way, with the applied plaque 'Remember Me', (30cm high)
Being sold on behalf of Sue Ryder Care, a selection of mostly early 19th Century Derby ceramics to include a Potpourri (minus cover), a gilded and decorated inkwell upon three shell-style feet, a pair of hand-gilded dishes modelled in the form of scallop shells, an unusual miniature watering can (handle broken) and a 19th century Campana style urn and cover (not Derby) hand gilded/decorated in relief ...
A mid-19th century Sunderland lustre pottery bowl typically decorated with mottoes and maxims and with vignettes of a clipper and a Man o' War at full sail, large hairline, impressed mark to underside London (28.5cm diameter)
A 19th century Continental Faience platter of oval form with scallop edges, hand decorated with an armorial style crest to the top above a central oval decorated with a hunting scene, the border with three vignettes of birds amongst flowers and scrolling tendrils etc., painted mark to underside (46cm wide)
A 19th century Linthorpe pottery vase; of spherical form and with red and mustard trailing glazes, impressed Linthorpe mark and numbered 1314 to underside of base (restorations to lip, probably slightly cut down) (8.5cm high)
A large mid-19th century Minton Majolica comport, two cherubic style figures holding aloft a circular bowl, one of the figures rests his knee on a tambourine and each with hair garlands of fruiting vine, on dome-shaped circular foot, impressed Minton and other marks to underside (27.5cm diameter x 29.5cm high)
A 19th century Gien French Faience wall pocket; in high 18th century Rococo style, decorated with blue and white leaves etc., marked 'Gien' to reverse (6.5cm hairline crack mostly visible from rear), 34cm
A small selection of mostly damaged 19th Century Majolica pottery to include a Merman (broken and now as a lamp), a Faience flower holder (as a pig), a vase with handles modelled as serpents, a vase modelled as a recumbent rabbit pulling a wagon, the wheels as flower heads and one further 19th Century two division Hors d'oeuvre dish modelled as a standing stork (5)
Being sold on behalf of Sue Ryder Care, a Dresden porcelain Cabaret coffee service comprising coffee pot and lid, two handled Sucrier, two coffee cans together with saucers, each piece hand gilded and decorated in enamels with varying floral sprays
A selection of mostly damaged 19th Century Majolica pottery to include a large oval planter with mythical beast handles, a cobalt blue ground Minton Stilton dish and cover, one further smaller example (possibly by Adams & Bromley), and an oval cover modelled as a recumbent gentleman in hat (4)
£80 - £120
A selection of mostly 19th century Majolica to include vases
A tortoiseshell glaze stoneware flask decorated in relief with shoulder length female portrait studies, 19cm high together with a 19th century porcelain jar transfer decorated with a colour scene of 'The Catch Landed' (2)
A Limited Edition (871/1000) Poole Pottery Medieval calendar series hand decorated plate designed by Tony Morris and issued in 1975 (printed marks and signed to the underside) together with one further Poole Pottery Studio ware charger, a two-handled Poole Pottery dish and a 1930s Celadon glazed Wedgwood Pottery dish/stand designed by Keith Murray, the largest charged 35cm diameter
A selection of mostly damaged 19th century pottery to include a large Aesthetic movement wash bowl, a Wedgwood salad bowl decorated with shells, an early style Faience square box and cover, an Aesthetic jug decorated with gilded storks and an interesting set of four late-19th century Worcester cabinet-style plates each individually decorated in enamels and gilded with various flowers etc., printed ...
Various 19th century pottery for restoration to include a Minton Majolica ewer adorned with cherubs, one further Minton Majolica figure and one further model of Prometheus chained to the rock with the eagle as a symbol of Zeus in the Classical tale, the ewer 36.5cm high
A pair of French oyster dishes by Digion together with two Palissy style stands, one further Minton Majolica dish, a Majolica cover modelled as a tortoise and an early-19th century Swansea style bowl with raised decoration to the lip and decorated in enamels with various floral sprays, the oyster dishes 23.5cm diameter (7)
A large Gouda Pottery vase of bottle form hand decorated and gilded with various flower heads etc., together with a 19th Century stoneware bread dish very much in the style of Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (damage), and a selection of eight 19th Century ceramic candles in various condition, (the Gouda vase with neck broken and away)
A very fine and rare pair of mid-19th century Worcester (Kerr and Binns, 1852-1862), cabinet plates; each with shaped gadrooned gilded border surrounding a raised celeste blue outer with three reserves very finely decorated in enamels with floral sprays within scrolling gilded cartouches surrounding an inner gilded ring and central armorial crest (possibly the Earl of Coventry) the Latin translation ...
A good Poole Pottery charger; shape No. 54 from the Aegean Range and decorated with a knight on horseback with lance at full charge within a stylised border, printed marks and signed 'Diana Davis' verso (41cm diameter)
A faux bamboo-framed Chinese porcelain plaque, hand decorated in famille verte enamels depicting a high-ranking female together with two attendants, each attendant carries an object and all are within garden surroundings with rockwork, trees and two large ceramic planters with peony emanating (plaque size 34.5cm x 27cm)
A good varied selection of drinking glasses (some engraved) including Rummers and wines, one Rummer engraved with a hare coursing scene, one engraved with fruiting vine, monogrammed and with ""lemon squeezer"" style base, two glasses with twist stems etc., (8)
A rare Caithness Limited Edition Queen Elizabeth '1st' sulphide paperweight (originally ex. The Caithness Museum when the factory was closed down), the piece is rare due to it being an Artist's proof (etched to underside), also etched to the underside Elizabeth '1st', the paperweight has been produced in amethyst and clear glass with round facet cut windows for viewing the royal portrait bust within ...