MOORCROFT; a limited edition year plate tubeline decorated with a squirrel on pine branch, 1995, impressed marks and signatures to base, 165/500, diameter 22cm and a Royal Crown Derby paperweight modelled as a squirrel with silver plug (2).
A Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern bud vase, circa 1891-1921, height approx 8.5cm, and a further saucer, post-1976, second quality, diameter 16.4cm, both with factory marks to base and numbered 1128 (2).
A Royal Crown Derby white gilt heightened porcelain tea set comprising a pair of teapots, a hot water pot, four spare lids, set of four sugar bowls, four sandwich serving plates, eight cups, thirty-one saucers and thirty-five side plates, also a set of twenty-four Spode tea cups. The Royal Crown Derby set is bearing a crowned Arabic emblem identical to the one on the service made for King Faisal ...
A pair of Susie Cooper 'Starburst' pattern cups and saucers with matching cream jug, a Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern decorated cabinet cup and saucer and an earlier circular rouge box, number 2649, also a set of six variously coloured tot glasses.
A mixed lot of ceramics comprising two Shelley Bermuda commemorative plates, boxed Royal Worcester and Royal Crown Derby trinket dishes, a further Crown Staffordshire trinket dish and a Coalport miniature bud vase (6).
A Meissen Bon Bon Dish, crossed swords to base, a Dresden Ink Stand Tray together with a Royal Crown Derby Limited Edition Commemorative Queen Elizabeth II 40th Anniversary nr 973/1250, a Cauldon vegetable tureen and cover and a porcelain tea pot. (5)
A collection of eight Royal Crown Derby English bone china ""Benjamin Britten"" plates commissioned by Aldburgh Festival in 1973, limited edition of 500 including ""The Rape of Lucritia"", ""The Turn of the Screw"", ""Curlew River"", ""Peter Grimes"", ""The Little Sweep"", ""Gloriana"", ""Albert Herring"" and ""The Burning Fiery Furnace"" (the latter damaged)
John Ablitt (20th Century) five pieces of studio pottery To include teapot with wicker handle, height 17cm, two twin handled bowls, diameter of largest example 15cm, three tier spice tower, height 19cm NB: John Ablitt was a designer for Royal Crown Derby