A Hadcote vase, made for Liberty & Co., club shaped with elongated neck, decorated with raised stylised bellflower against a mottled blue ground, impressed "Made for Liberty & Co.". Height 25 ins.
Sold for £340
A 19th century Charles Meigh salt glazed Bacchanalian jug, decorated in relief with fruiting vines, Bacchanalian fauns and figures, moulded mark beneath dated 1844 and lozenge registration mark. Height 10 ins.
Sold for £65
A 19th century Chinese blue and white lidded ginger jar, decorated with panels of vases and flowers. Height 12 ins.
Sold for £320
A 19th century Cantonese lidded vessel, with single handle, decorated in typical Cantonese colours.
Sold for £200
An oriental ware double gourd shaped vase with cover, decorated in polychrome with figures and buildings. Height 14 ins.
Sold for £580
An oriental umbrella stand, late 19th century, decorated in Canton colours to the octagonal panels, riveted. Height 25 ins.
Sold for £35
A Chinese plate, celadon green, all over decorated with chrysanthemums and butterflies, together with a single small Cantonese vase.
Sold for £80
A Japanese sake china vase, decorated in the Satsuma style with birds, bamboo and flowers against the cream ground and heightened with gilding. Height 8 ins.
Sold for £30
A 19th century table centre, in the form of a lily with three vases surrounding, decorated in a variety of bright colours. Height 14.5 ins.
A pair of terrier head earthenware money boxes, inscribed "James Parker Smith 1917", each with buff ground. Height 6 ins.
A 19th century Chamberlains Worcester tea service, each piece with white ground and sepia toned decoration of buildings and ruins and with gilt borders, 34 pieces.
Sold for £180
A 19th century sparrow beak jug, decorated against the white ground with fence and foliate patterns, Chinese. Height 4.5 ins.
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