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This sale was held on 15/03/2019 at 10:00 am

FRANCES RICHARDS (1869-1931); a small stoneware pot and cover, painted FR mark, height 7.5cm, and an early cup (2).

£30 - £40

REGINALD FAIRFAX WELLS (1877-1951); a stoneware vase covered in streaky grey and lilac glaze, impressed COLDRUM CHELSEA mark, height 17cm. (D)

£100 - £150

REGINALD FAIRFAX WELLS (1877-1951); a stoneware shouldered vase with lug handles covered in a marble-like glaze, incised SOON mark, height 21cm.(D)

£60 - £80

REGINALD FAIRFAX WELLS (1877-1951); a stoneware vase covered in mottled pale blue glaze, impressed COLDRUM CHELSEA mark, height 16.5cm, and a bowl, diameter 22cm (2). (D)

£80 - £120

WILFRED NORTON (1880-1973); a lobed stoneware vase covered in fuchsia and blue/grey glaze, incised mark, height 19.5cm, a vase and trefoil dish covered in duck egg blue glaze, and an owl dish incised 'Original Model', dated 1927 (4). (D) Norton was apprenticed with the Coalport Company at the age of 13 and subsequently became one of their designers. During the 1920s he worked in collaboration with ...

£60 - £80

DORA LUNN (1881-1955) for Ravenscourt Pottery; a stoneware candle holder and a mug decorated with camels, impressed pottery marks, mug height 11.5cm (2). (D)

£40 - £60

JOHN STORRS (1885-1956); a stoneware sculpture of a reclining female nude, impressed name, length 44cm, and a smaller similar sculpture (2) (af). Storrs was an American modernist sculptor best known for his later art deco works but also for his representational sculptures like these which owned much to his time studying in Paris with Rodin. Provenance: Descended to Monique Storrs Booz, the artist's ...

£200 - £300

BERNARD LEACH (1887-1979) for Leach Pottery; a small rectangular stoneware dish, impressed BL mark, 12.5 x 10.5cm, a footed bowl with scalloped rim and a signed copy of Leach's book Drawings, Verse and Belief (1973) with a letter to Winnie Spackman about the death of Barbara Hepworth (3). (D) Provenance: The Winnie Spackman Collection. Winnie Spackman was a friend of Leach in Japan.

£250 - £350

Leach Pottery; a stoneware jug covered in tenmoku breaking to khaki glaze, impressed pottery mark, height 20.5cm, a large bowl and four small bowls (6).

£50 - £70

Leach Pottery; an early slipware 'boney pie' dish, impressed HG mark, diameter 18cm.

£50 - £70

Leach Pottery; two stoneware casseroles, three soups and two ramekins, impressed pottery marks, largest casserole diameter 16.5cm (7).

£30 - £40

KATHARINE PLEYDELL-BOUVERIE (1895-1985); a fluted stoneware bowl covered in green ash glaze, impressed KPB mark, diameter 14cm. (D)

£100 - £150

KATHARINE PLEYDELL-BOUVERIE (1895-1985); a squeezed stoneware bowl covered in beige and white crackle glaze, impressed KPB mark and painted glaze code, maximum diameter 14.5cm. (D)

£80 - £120

KATHARINE PLEYDELL-BOUVERIE (1895-1985); a stoneware coffee pot covered in tenmoku glaze, impressed KPB mark, height 14.5cm. (D)

£40 - £60

SYLVIA FOX-STRANGWAYS (1900-1975); a slipware vase covered in dark treacle glaze, impressed SFS mark and date of 1926, height 15.5cm. (D)

£50 - £70

MICHAEL CARDEW (1901-1983) for Winchcombe Pottery; a slipware jar and cover, incised decoration covered in treacle glaze, impressed MC and pottery marks, height 12cm. (D)

£60 - £80

Kingwood Pottery; a stoneware jug decorated with bands of blue on a pale yellow ground, impressed pottery mark, height 20cm, and a matching box and cover decorated with iron brushwork, probably by Michael Cardew (2).

£30 - £50

LUCIE RIE (1902-1995); an early sgraffito porcelain bowl, pitted cream glaze to interior and manganese to rim and exterior and decorated inside and out with radiating lines, impressed LR mark, made in the 1950s, diameter 21.5cm. (D) Provenance: The Norman and Kathleen Makinson Collection. Originally a gift from the artist to a furniture shop owner on Sloane Street, London and then subsequently gifted ...

£2,000 - £3,000

LUCIE RIE (1902-1995); a oval buff stoneware bowl, white pitted glaze to interior, manganese to exterior, impressed LR mark, maximum diameter 14.5cm. (D)

£700 - £1,000

HELEN PINCOMBE (1908-2004); a stoneware bowl with iron brushwork and spotted decoration on a grey ground, impressed HP mark, diameter 13.5cm. (D)

£80 - £120

URSULA MOMMENS (1908-2010); a small stoneware bowl decorated with fish, impressed UD mark, diameter 13cm, a Geoffrey Whiting cup, Colin Pearson tray and Mary Rich vase (4). (D)

£60 - £80

URSULA MOMMENS (1908-2010); a stoneware dish covered in tenmoku and dolomite glaze with radiating decoration to the well, impressed UD mark, diameter 19.5cm, and a small jar and cover (2). (D) Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist.

£70 - £100

HARRY DAVIS (1910-1986) & MAY DAVIS (1914-1998) for Crowan Pottery; a fluted porcelain coffee pot covered in green celadon glaze, height 16.5cm, a matching water jug and cover and six matching cups and saucers, impressed pottery marks (8). D)

£200 - £300

HARRY DAVIS (1910-1986) & MAY DAVIS (1914-1998) for Crowan Pottery; a stoneware mug, beaker, bowl and small dish, impressed pottery marks, tallest height 13.5cm (4). (D)

£40 - £60

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005) for Leach Pottery; a stoneware vinegar bottle covered in green glaze, impressed DL and pottery marks, height 22.5cm. (D)

£60 - £80

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005) for Lowerdown Pottery; a fluted porcelain jar and cover, green celadon glaze, impressed DL mark, height 18cm. (D)

£80 - £120

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005) for Lowerdown Pottery; a tin-glazed earthenware jug, impressed DL mark, original price of 15/- in pencil, height 14.5cm, and two further jugs by Frank Vining and Mark Griffiths (3). (D)

£50 - £70

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005) for Lowerdown Pottery; a fluted stoneware bowl covered in pale grey glaze, impressed DL and pottery marks, diameter 15.5cm. (D)

£100 - £200

DAVID LEACH (1911-2005) for Lowerdown Pottery; a porcelain box and cover decorated with foxglove motif, height 10cm. (D) Provenance: Purchased from The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracey.

£50 - £70

JAMES WALFORD (1913-2003); a stoneware vase covered in green ash glaze, impressed JW mark, height 23cm, and a matching small conical bowl (2). (D)

£100 - £150

HENRY HAMMOND (1914-1989); a large stoneware bowl with iron brushwork decoration on a speckled grey ground, impressed HH mark, diameter 28cm. (D)

£150 - £200

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a early large slipware baluster vase covered in yellow glaze with iron floral decoration, impressed RF and pottery marks, original price of 42/- in pencil, height 31.5cm (af). (D)

£70 - £100

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; an early pair of slipware mugs partially covered in yellow glaze with brush decoration, impressed RF and pottery mark to one, height 10.5m (2). (D)

£40 - £60

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; an early slipware coffee pot covered in treacle glaze with meander decoration, impressed RF and pottery marks, height 25cm. (D)

£70 - £100

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a large stoneware rose bowl, tenmoku and saturated iron rich glaze to the well and upper exterior, diameter 34cm. (D)

£70 - £100

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a salt-glazed jug and mug and stoneware teapot and coffee pot, impressed WP. marks, jug height 23cm (4). (D)

£80 - £120

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a salt-glazed jug and vase, incised meander decoration, impressed WP. marks, jug height 24cm (2). (D)

£80 - £120

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a stoneware charger covered iron-rich glaze with wax resist decoration, impressed WP. mark, diameter 34cm. (D)

£80 - £120

RAY FINCH (1914-2012) for Winchcombe Pottery; a stoneware plate with meander decoration on iron rich ground, impressed WP. mark, diameter 29.5cm, and a slightly smaller example (2). (D)

£150 - £200

Winchcombe Pottery; a slipware jug and a stoneware jug, meander decoration, impressed pottery marks, tallest height 19.5cm (2).

£40 - £60

Winchcombe Pottery; a stoneware bottle covered in oatmeal glaze with incised decoration, impressed pottery mark, height 31cm.

£60 - £80

ROBERT FOURNIER (1915-2008); a stoneware water garden/crater bowl, turquoise and mottled iron glaze, pottery label, diameter 20cm, and an ashtray covered in white glaze by Robert and Sheila Fournier (2). (D)

£70 - £100

ROBERT FOURNIER (1915-2008); a tall stoneware bottle with narrow neck, impressed RF mark, height 40cm. (D)

£120 - £180

PETER WRIGHT (1919-2003); an early small stoneware bowl covered in yellow and black glaze with incised decoration, incised 'Monkton Combe', diameter 13.5cm. (D) Wright's early work shared a 'stylistic debt not only to early Mediterranean pottery but to progressive continental art, and the vibrant ceramics being made by Picasso at Vallauris' - David Whiting.

£60 - £80

PETER WRIGHT (1919-2003); a porcelain sculpture with incised and applied relief decoration covered in white tin glaze, painted signature, height 18cm. (D) Exhibited: Bristol Guild Gallery, 2003.

£100 - £150

PETER WRIGHT (1919-2003); a stoneware dish decorated with stylised interlocking figures in relief and covered in speckled grey glaze, incised signature, diameter 20.5cm. (D) Exhibited: Bristol Guild Gallery, 2003.

£80 - £120

PETER WRIGHT (1919-2003); a stoneware sculpture covered in white tin glaze, painted signature, height 19.5cm. (D) Exhibited: Bristol Guild Gallery, 2003.

£100 - £150

BARBARA CASS (1921-1992); a stoneware jug and vase decorated with running green ash glaze, incised BC and ARDEN marks, jug height 19cm (2). (D)

£50 - £70


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