Quarterly Antique & Fine Art Sale on
Friday 18th June 2010

Lots: 59-88 of 674

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59

An Early XIX Century Pottery Christening Jug, of baluster form and painted white with two floral bouquets and gilt script "Charles Wilde, Sheffield, Born Jan 21st 1802", ogee scroll handle, 21 cms high.
Estimate: 80-120

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60

A Delft Blue and White Posy Bowl, possibly late XVII Century, the body naively decorated with a floral landscape, rim chips. 10cms high x 20cms diameter.
Estimate: 150-200

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620

61

A Late XVIII Century Derby Porcelain Cup and Saucer, painted floral sprigs within three gilt borders, puce crown mark and number 139 to bases.
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

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75

62

A XIX Century Rockingham Cup and Saucer, with floral decoration, puce mark Rockingham Works Brameld.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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25

63

An XVIII Century Worcester Cylindrical Mug, decorated in the Bouquets pattern in underglaze blue, c1770 with crescent mark to base, 11cms high.
Estimate: 100-150

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180

64

A XIX Century Rockingham Porcelain Scent Bottle with bulbous body and elongated neck, encrusted with flowers, the stopper formed as a flowerhead, printed puce mark to base (base cracks) 16.5cms high.
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

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110

65

A Late XVIII Century Chelsea Derby Porcelain Cup and Saucer, gilt rim with loops suspending floral chain garter, gilt 'D' anchor mark to bases.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

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160

66

An XVIII Century Delft Flower Brick, possibly Liverpool, decorated in underglaze blue with a main panel of a figure within a garden, and three sides of floral sprays, rim chips.6.5cms x 13cms.
Estimate: 100-150

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680

67

A Minton Secessionist Majolica Jardiniere, decorated with four panels of yellow and tubelined on a deep turquoise ground, printed and impressed marks to base, 16cms high.
Estimate: 150-200

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68

A Late XVIII Century Worcester Porcelain Trio, comprising tea and coffee cups with single saucer with spiralled gilt and blue decoration, crescent marks to base.
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

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65

69

An Early XIX Century Creamware Fruit Basket and Cover possibly Leeds, of pierced openwork design with entwined handles, the cover with rose finial (restored). 19.5cms high.
Estimate: 250-350

Nil

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70

A XIX Century Prattware Pottery Lid, transfer printed with a view of 'Sebastopol', 12cms wide; A Small Prattware Lid, transfer printed with 'The Albert Memorial', 10.5cms wide, both mounted in circular oak frames. (2)
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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45

71

A XIX Century Prattware Pottery Lid, transfer printed with 'The Late Prince Consort', 10.5cms wide; Two Further Prattware Lids, 'The Village Wedding Teniers Pinx' and 'The Residence of Anne Hathaway Shakespeare's Wife, Shottery, Stratford on Avon, 10.5cms, all mounted in ebonised frames. (3)
Estimate: 40-60

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50

72

A Rockingham Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer, transfer printed with willow pattern with gilt outer bands, puce mark to saucer (rim chip).
Estimate: 20-30

Nil

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73

An XVIII Century Lambeth Delft Polychrome Plate, the central panel decorated with exotic bird and forest river scene within outer foliate border, 19.5cms diameter; Another XVIII Century Delft Polychrome Plate, central floral vignette within outer border of sunflowers (restored). (2)
Estimate: 100-150

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130

74

A Pair of Mid XX Century Continental Porcelain Figures, of male and female flower sellers, on circular gilt bases, impressed and printed marks to base, 19 cms high.
Estimate: 20-30

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75

A XIX Century Worcester White Pottery Stand, of triangular form, each pierced side with convex centres, internal white metal liner, on six bun feet, underglaze blue makers and kite marks to base, dated 1871.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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76

An Early XIX Century English Porcelain Pastille or Incense Burner, of conical form, painted with two opposing vignettes of flowers and a country house within scroll gilt borders on a blue ground, on square base with four bun feet (damaged).
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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45

77

An Early XIX Century English Porcelain Pastille or Incense Burner, of conical form, painted with floral sprigs on a white ground with gilt borders, gilt square base on four bun feet.
Estimate: 70-100

Nil

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130

78

Two XIX Century Rockingham Cups and Saucers, decorated with a blue ground and gilt highlights, with flowers to the saucers, both with puce griffin mark; Together with a Similar Rockingham Plate. (5)
Estimate: 40-80

Nil

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45

79

An Early XIX Century Spode Pottery Blue and White Meat Drainer transfer printed with the "Tiber" pattern, 37.5cms diameter.
Estimate: 60-90

Nil

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75

80

An Oldfield & Co Early XIX Century Salt Glazed Pottery Toby Jug, depicting tricorn hatted seated gentleman holding a jug, bearing impressed mark under handle Oldfield & Co, Make's, with stopper, 24.5cms high.
Estimate: 500-600

Nil

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500

81

An Art Deco Czechoslovakian Pottery Figure of a Period Lady, arms outstretched, wearing a Charleston dress and matching hat, on circular base, impressed 14240 33, 38cms high.
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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82

A XIX Century Sunderland Lustre Pottery Jug, embossed with sporting dogs and figures, bearing 'B' mark under base, 14.5 cms high; Another Similar, of rounded octagonal form featuring symmetrical pattern to body, 13.5 cms high. (chip to base). (2)
Estimate: 40-80

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83

A 1930's Shelley China Tea Service, of thirty nine pieces, in the Acacia pattern 12204, Regent shape, comprising two bread and butter plates, twelve tea plates, tea cups and saucers and a sugar bowl. (39)
Estimate: 50-80

Nil

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120

84

A Beswick Polar Bear, model 1533, designed by Arthur Gredington 1958-1966, 12cms high.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

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55

85

A Moorcroft Pottery Shallow Circular Bowl with inverted rim, decorated with an orchid against a deep blue ground, painted and impressed marks to base, 11.5cms diameter.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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45

86

A Royal Doulton Limited Edition Figure "Florence Nightingale", 2278/5000, designed by Pauline Parsons 1988, HN3144, 23cms high, in fitted case with certificate.
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

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75

87

A Royal Doulton Figurine "Rose", HN1368, designed by L. Harradine, hand painted marks to base (1931), 11.4cms high.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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88

A Royal Doulton Figurine "Miss Demure", HN1402 with pink dress and lavender shawl, design by L. Harradine, green hand painted marks to base (1934), 19.1cms high.
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

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55

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