fine art sale

3rd December 2009

Lot 1

A 19th century dessert service, seventeen pieces, twelve plates, two comports, three low comports, each with gilt border to the puce rim and each hand painted to the centre with ferns (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 2

A Kevin Francis limited edition Toby jug, "Henry Sandon" number 369/750. Height 8.5 ins.

Sold for £32

Lot 3

A Royal Doulton figure, "Green Wendy", HN2109.

Sold for £25

Lot 4

A pair of cabinet plates, with pierced borders, decorated in blue and heightened with gilding with hand painted orchids to the centre. Diameter 9 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £25

Lot 5

A pair of Dawen Wang vases, "One Hundred Flowers", each decorated as described with flowers in relief. Height 12 ins.

Lot 6

A pair of 19th century Staffordshire rabbits, each raised on an oval base with gilt outline. Length 4 ins.

Sold for £80

Lot 7

A late 18th/early 19th century sparrowbeak jug, probably Newhall, height 4 ins, together with four tea bowls and saucers and another two tea bowls.

Sold for £120

Lot 8

A Brown Westhead & Moore cabinet plate, decorated with a river and landscape scene. Diameter 9 ins.

Lot 9

A collection of Blue & White wares, including a South Wales Pottery leaf dish, pair of Arcadian Chariot pattern candlesticks, George Jones Abbey patterned jug and a collection of eight pieces of 18th and early 19th century Chinese Blue & White wares.

Sold for £110

Lot 10

A 19th century Imari bowl, decorated in typical Imari colours. Diameter 10 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 11

A set of six Wedgwood "Dancing Hours" figurines, each from a limited edition, individually numbered. Height 10.75 ins.

Sold for £130

Lot 12

A collection of late 19th/early 20th century Parian and Bisque figures, to include "Ariadne and the Lion", height 6 ins, "Lovers Embracing", height 9 ins, four cherubs and an arbour group.

Sold for £80

Lot 13

A 19th century lidded tureen, decorated against the white ground with turquoise border, hand painted with floral sprays and with interior division. Length 12.5 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 14

A collection of ten Delft plates, circa 1920, each with pierced border and decorated to the centre with windmill scenes, printed mark to rear "Delft". Each diameter 6 ins.

Sold for £38

Lot 15

A pair of Delft plaques, impressed "Joost Thooft & Labouchere", each depicting a canal and windmill scene in blue and white and signed by the artist. Diameter 13.5 ins.

Sold for £80

Lot 16

A pair of Delft plates, with printed mark "Delfts Blauw Chemkefa Made in Holland Maastricht", one depicting an equestrian scene by D. Eerelman and another a windmill scene by F.J. Du Chattel. Diameter 15 ins.

Sold for £25

Lot 17

Four Delft plates, 20th century, various sizes, windmill scenes. Diameters from 6 ins to 8 ins.

Sold for £14

Lot 18

A Royal Doulton Symphony patterned dinner service, serving plate, thirteen dinner plates, thirteen medium plates, twenty six side plates, two serving dishes, fifteen coffee cups, thirteen saucers, twelve teacups and thirteen saucers.

Sold for £50

Lot 19

A Minton comport, circular with gilt border to the white ground and with triform base. Diameter 9.5 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 20

A collection of ten Royal Worcester dinner plates, each decorated with sprays of roses. Diameter 10.5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 21

A collection of six Delft plates, Villeroy & Boch & Boch Brothers etc. scenes including Bruges, canals, etc. Diameters from 11 ins to 12 ins.

Sold for £42

Lot 22

A 19th century Parian figure group, "Ariadne and the Lion". Height 9.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 23

A 19th century Parian figure group, a nude female riding on a lion. Height 10 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 24

A collection of eight pieces of 19th century Imari ware, comprising two bowls, small bowl, four plates and vase.

Sold for £40

Lot 25

A 19th century Imari plate, of shaped outline decorated in typical Imari colours, together with two further smaller plates. Widths respectively 12.5 ins and 7 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 26

A set of six 19th century Minton cabinet plates, each with gilt border and hand painted to the centre with moths and butterflies, with puce and impressed marks to rear. Diameter 9.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 27

A set of six crystal serviette rings, together with a pair of crystal knife rests.

Sold for £28

Lot 28

A collection of four Beatrix Potter figures, "Timmy Tiptoes", "Benjamin Bunny", "Goody Tiptoes" and "Mr Benjamin Bunny", all with brown back stamps except "Goody Tiptoes" gold back stamp.

Sold for £140

Lot 29

A Royal Doulton figurine "Maisie", HN1619.

Sold for £85

Lot 30

A Royal Doulton figurine "Bo Peep", HN1810.

Sold for £90

Lot 31

A Doulton vase, decorated against the green ground with daffodils, with loop handle to either side and circular foot, printed and impressed marks. Height 13 ins.

Sold for £240

Lot 32

An oriental plate, hand painted with chrysanthemums and other flowers. Diameter 10 ins.

Sold for £18

Lot 33

An early 19th century blue and white transfer printed sauce boat. Length 5 ins.

Lot 34

A Villeroy & Boch blue and white plate, decorated with a winter scene of a frozen lake with hunting lodge and trees. Diameter 17.5 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 35

A Royal Worcester dinner service, Davenham pattern, decorated against the white ground with a gilt foliate border, Twelve 10.5 inch plates, eight 8 inch plates, eight 8.5 inch dessert bowls, two 9.5 inch soup bowls, ten cups and saucers, eight 6 inch cake plates and one oval serving platter.

Sold for £130

Lot 36

A Royal Doulton figurine, "The Shepherdess", HN2420.

Sold for £50

Lot 37

A Royal Doulton figurine, "Country Love", HN2418.

Sold for £45

Lot 38

A Royal Doulton figurine, "May", HN2746.

Sold for £65

Lot 39

A Royal Doulton figurine, "Sweet and Twenty", HN1298.

Sold for £55

Lot 40

A Beswick Ware cottage butter dish, with detachable lid, impressed "Made in England 244", printed "Beswick".

Lot 41

Two Hummel figures, winged children playing instruments.

Sold for £22

Lot 42

A Hummel figure, girl with two geese.

Sold for £12

Lot 43

A Hummel figure, boy seated with rabbits.

Sold for £15

Lot 44

A Hummel figure, girl with watering can.

Sold for £16

Lot 45

A Hummel figure, boy standing with two lambs.

Sold for £22

Lot 46

A pair of oriental vases, hexagonal, decorated with exotic birds in slight relief.

Sold for £18

Lot 47

A Victorian vaseline glass basket, decorated with moulded flowers in pink.

Sold for £10

Lot 48

A Coalport cottage, "Keepers Cottage".

Sold for £10

Lot 49

Two Border Fine Arts figures, "Terrier" by Ann Wall 1999 and "Pheasant" by Ayres.

Sold for £45

Lot 50

An H & K Tunstall cream jug, together with a Victorian green glass cream jug decorated with a cockerel in white and red enamel.

Sold for £12

Lot 51

A pair of Wedgwood Willow patterned shallow dishes, square shape.

Sold for £20

Lot 52

A pair of 19th century oriental ginger jars, of bullet shape, the turquoise ground decorated in enamel colours with dragons and panels of figures. Height 10 ins.

Sold for £78

Lot 53

A Royal Worcester plate, decorated with a floral spray to the centre by E. Barker, with gilt border and puce mark verso. Diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 54

A pair of Spode Copeland's China decorative plates, each decorated to the centre with a path and spring flowers. Diameter 8 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 55

A pair of iridescent green glass vases, with purple trailed decoration. Height 7.5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 56

A Porcelain fish service.

Sold for £360

Lot 57

A late Victorian blue glass vase.

Sold for £270

Lot 58

A pair of cranberry glass lustres, with faceted drops. Height 13.5 ins.

Sold for £460

Lot 59

A pair of 19th century French Majolica candlesticks, marked "Rouen" to the base, with integral sconces to the shaped stem, with three supports and shell and scroll feet. Height 9.5 ins.

Lot 60

A Ware plaque, painted by T. Simpson with roses. Diameter 16 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 61

A Johnson Bros. Flo Blue dinner service, comprising four ashettes, six dinner plates, six medium plates, twelve small plates, two sauce boats with integral stands, two open tureens, lidded tureen and two small tureens (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 62

A George Jones & Sons strawberry set, Victorian, comprising oval bowl impressed with fruiting and flowering strawberries to the turquoise ground, with aperture for dish and cream jug. Length 14.5 ins

Sold for £160

Lot 63

A Victorian glass claret jug, with faceted decoration.

Lot 64

An early Victorian decanter, with mushroom stopper, together with a late Georgian three ring neck decanter with mushroom stopper.

Lot 65

A set of six Brierley sherry glasses, together with a matching set of Brierley liqueur glasses.

Lot 66

A set of six Art Deco gilded champagne glasses.

Lot 67

A Royal Copenhagen figure, a boy dressed in blue coat and souwester carrying a satchel and umbrella.

Sold for £30

Lot 68

A pair of Japanese Satsuma coffee cups and saucers, circa 1900.

Lot 69

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware three piece set, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and cream jug.

Lot 70

A twenty one piece Royal Crown Derby tea set.

Lot 71

Four 19th century blue and white transfer printed plates, depicting scenes from Dr. Syntax.

Lot 72

A multicoloured Masons Ironstone tureen, with gilt trim, circa 1820.

Sold for £70

Lot 73

Three Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, "Diggory Diggory Delvet", "Flopsy Mopsy and Cotton Tail" and "Peter Rabbit".

Sold for £55

Lot 74

A Lem Ward Royal Doulton wildfowl counterfeit, a model of a carved American decoy Greater Scaup duck, model HN3514, with impressed mark "2620". Length 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £38

Lot 75

An early 19th century blue and white transfer printed dinner service, each piece decorated with an Indian figural and street scene and with repeating floral border, comprising of five graduated ashettes, from 21 ins to 13 ins, three large lidded tureens, four small lidded tureens each with stand and with three ladles, twenty eight 10 inch plates, twenty one 9 inch plates, seventeen 7 inch plates, two small open serving dishes and two larger (see illustration).

Sold for £3600

Lot 76

A G.L. Ashworth & Bros. blue and white transfer printed foot bath, printed mark, opaque china, Florentine, with carrying handle to either side, the body transfer printed with vases and floral sprays. With 19 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £640

Lot 77

A pair of Cantonese vases, last quarter 20th century, each with flared rim, applied serpents and decorated to the baluster body with panels of figures, chrysanthemums, butterflies, etc. Height 24 ins.

Lot 78

A Sunderland Lustreware plaque, "Prepare to Meet Thy God". Width 9.5 ins (see illustration).

Lot 79

A pair of 19th century Imari lidded vases, with dog terminals to the octagonal lids and octagonal baluster bodies decorated in typical Imari colours. Height 14 ins.

Sold for £210

Lot 80

A Sunderland Lustre jug, decorated with a compass, the Iron Bridge, the vessel Great Australia and verse, in typical Sunderland colours. Height 8 ins (see illustration) .

Sold for £230

Lot 81

A pair of continental porcelain lidded vases, each decorated with floral sprays and with a centre panel after Boucher and heightened with gilding. Height 18.5 ins.

Lot 82

Ten wine and sherry glasses, principally 19th century, fern and fruiting vine etched, etc.

Sold for £40

Lot 83

A Royal Doulton King George V and Queen Mary Silver Jubilee loving cup, designed by C.J. Noke and H. Fenton, issued 1935 in a limited edition of 1000 number 401. Height 10.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 84

A Walter Moorcroft shallow bowl, blue, Freesia design, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Diameter 4.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 85

A Walter Moorcroft vase, squat globular form with green ground and decorated in the Orchid pattern, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 4.25 ins, diameter approximately 4.25 ins (see illustration). .

Sold for £200

Lot 86

A Moorcroft Clematis vase, squat globular form, green ground, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 3 ins (see illustration). .

Sold for £50

Lot 87

A Walter Moorcroft Anemone vase, blue, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 88

A William Moorcroft green fruit bowl, Freesia design, circa 1928, green script initials, impressed "W. Moorcroft" signature and "Potter to H.M. The Queen Made in England". Diameter 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £230

Lot 89

A Moorcroft Hibiscus vase, green, with paper label "By Appointment Potters to the Late Queen Mary". Height 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 90

A William Moorcroft Tudric Pomegranate preserve jar, the planished pewter lid impressed "Tudric Moorcroft 01331", the preserve pot impressed "Moorcroft Potter to H.M. The Queen Made in England". Height 4 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 91

A Walter Moorcroft blue Hibiscus vase, squat baluster form, paper label "By Appointment W. Moorcroft Potters to the Late Queen Mary". Height 3.5 ins (see illustration). .

Sold for £75

Lot 92

A Walter Moorcroft Orchid vase, blue, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 4 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 93

A Moorcroft lamp base, Hibiscus design to the cream ground, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 8 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 94

A Walter Moorcroft Freesia bowl, blue, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Diameter 4.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 95

A William Moorcroft Pomegranate vase, of square baluster form, paper label "By Appointment W. Moorcroft Potter to H.M. The Queen". Height 3.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 96

A Walter Moorcroft Hibiscus bowl, yellow ground, paper label "By Appointment W. Moorcroft Potters to the Late Queen Mary". Diameter 5.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 97

A Walter Moorcroft Clematis vase, blue ground, paper label "By Appointment W. Moorcroft Potters to the Late Queen Mary". Height 4.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 98

A Moorcroft Hibiscus design ginger jar, with detachable lid, green ground, green script initials and impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 6.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 99

A Moorcroft Columbine design oval bowl, with cream ground, green script initials and impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Length 9 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £55

Lot 100

A Walter Moorcroft Leaf and Berry design trinket box, rectangular, impressed signature and "Potter to H.M. The Queen Made in England". Length 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £190

Lot 101

A Walter Moorcroft Hibiscus design shallow bowl, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". 4.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £50

Lot 102

A Walter Moorcroft ashtray, Freesia design, impressed "Moorcroft" and bearing part paper label. Width 4.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £55

Lot 103

A Moorcroft lamp base, Hibiscus design. Height excluding light fitting 7 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 104

A Walter Moorcroft plate, Orchid design, blue ground, blue script initials and impressed "Moorcroft Made in England" and bearing paper label "By Appointment W. Moorcroft Potter to the Late Queen Mary". Diameter 8.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £290

Lot 105

A Walter Moorcroft lamp base, Clematis design to green ground, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height excluding light fitting 6.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 106

A William Moorcroft Green Poppy design fruit bowl, green script initials and impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Diameter 10.5 ins (see illustration). .

Sold for £350

Lot 107

A Moorcroft Anna Lily design double handed vase, cream and blue ground, 1998, impressed "Moorcroft Made in Stoke-on-Trent England". Height 11 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £360

Lot 108

A Moorcroft Anna Lily vase, 1986. Height 6.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £430

Lot 109

A Moorcroft Hibiscus vase, with cream ground, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 5.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £55

Lot 110

A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases, each of circular form raised by three turkeys and of typical Doulton Lambeth colours, impressed "1878" makers initials "E.E.S." for Emily E. Stormer. Height 5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £2400

Lot 111

A Royal Dux figure, a seated female water carrier holding a jug and with shell shaped bowl beneath, decorated in typical Dux colours with pink triangle mark to base. Height 9.5 ins.

Sold for £270

Lot 112

A pair of Wilton Ware vases, in the Carlton Ware style, decorated against the blue ground with fence, pagodas and deer, heightened with gilding and enamel colours, printed marks to base. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 113

A Devon Sylvan Lustrine Fieldings bowl by C. Howe, decorated against the red ground with butterflies in bright enamel colours and heightened with gilding, printed marks beneath. Width 7 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 114

A Wedgwood lustre tea bowl, octagonal, decorated against the blue ground with dragons and with chasing dragon to the pearlised centre, printed marks. Width 2.75 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 115

A Wedgwood lustre tea bowl, with pearlescent body decorated with butterflies, heightened with gilding and with mottled orange interior. Diameter 2.75 ins.

Sold for £42

Lot 116

Four Wedgwood spill vases, two near pairs each with rams mask and rose swags, with stiff leaf decoration and bellflower ornament, all with impressed marks. Heights from 5.75 ins to 8 ins.

Sold for £65

Lot 117

A Wedgwood spill vase, blue Jasperware, decorated with classical figures and trees, together with a lidded blue Jasperware dressing table accessory with classical figures, oak leaf and acorn decoration. Heights and diameters respectively 7 ins and 5 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 118

A Crown Ducal Ware shallow bowl, decorated to the pearlescent centre with pomegranates and parakeet, the exterior orange lustre. Diameter 12.5 ins.

Sold for £24

Lot 119

A Crown Devon Fieldings Edward VIII ashtray, "Ascended the Throne January 20th Abdicated December 10th 1936", diameter 4.75 ins, together with an Imari club shaped vase, height 7 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 120

Four pieces of 19th century cranberry glass, including milk jug, cream jug, beaker and lidded jar with pincered rim.

Sold for £70

Lot 121

A pair of Wilton Ware Stoke on Trent lustre vases, of baluster form, in the Fairyland lustre style, with figures, fountain and buildings in mystical landscape, printed marks to base. Height 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 122

A German Majolica dessert service, comprising tazza and six plates, each decorated to the centre with a moth amongst foliage.

Sold for £170

Lot 123

A pair of early 19th century Chinese vases, each with flared rim to the cylindrical body, decorated against the duck egg blue ground with birds, chrysanthemums and floral sprays. Height 15 ins.

Sold for £540

Lot 124

A 19th century cranberry glass flask, in the form of a pair of bellows, with Prince of Wales plume and knopped stem with spreading foot. Height 16 ins.

Lot 125

A large pair of Goldscheider type figures, eastern lady and warrior, decorated in typical colours and each raised on a naturalistic base impressed "BB 4910 4909". Height 26.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £1300

Lot 126

A 19th century flute, the bowl etched with stars and foliage, twist, stem and circular spreading foot, with pontil mark. Height 7 ins.

Sold for £140

Lot 127

Two Staffordshire figures, pigeon on branch with nest below and greyhound with hare, decorated in typical Staffordshire colours. Heights respectively 9 ins and 8.5 ins.

Lot 128

A 19th century Staffordshire figure, Louis Napoleon in standing pose, decorated in typical Staffordshire colours. Height 17 ins.

Sold for £70

Lot 129

A 19th century Staffordshire figure, "The Blacksmith" in standing pose with anvil, decorated in typical Staffordshire colours. Height 17.5 ins.

Sold for £70

Lot 130

A Goldscheider style figure, of a Flamenco Dancer in standing pose, decorated in pastel shades. Height 15 ins.

Sold for £95

Lot 131

A Limoges coffee service, thirty nine pieces, comprising coffee pot, lidded sucrier, cream jug and twelve cups and saucers, each painted against the white ground with a pastoral scene and rose swags, with gilt highlights (see illustration).

Lot 132

A Scottish mottled glass fruit bowl, blue and pink. Diameter 8 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 133

A Royal Dux donkey and cart, decorated in typical Dux colours with pink triangular mark to base. Length 12 ins.

Sold for £180

Lot 134

A Victorian vaseline glass water flask, with tumbler lid to the club shaped body. Height 7 ins.

Lot 135

A Minton bullet shaped teapot, with angular spout and branch handle, brown body decorated in slight relief with acorns and oak leaves, impressed marks. Height 6 ins.

Lot 136

A set of Poole Pottery serving dishes, each piece decorated with vegetables to the cream ground, impressed marks.

Lot 137

A Cauldon Ware bowl, Chariot pattern, octagonal. Width 6 ins.

Sold for £22

Lot 138

A Gozo glass paperweight, spherical with gilt and green highlights. Diameter approximately 3.5 ins.

Lot 139

A Wedgwood lustre bowl, Dragon pattern, octagonal, decorated in gilt with dragons against a blue ground, printed mark to base. Width 7.5 ins.

Lot 140

A Royal Dux goat and cart, decorated in typical Dux colours with pink triangle mark to base. Length 14 ins.

Sold for £180

Lot 141

Six Scottish Pottery storage jars, with mottled glazes, one lid missing, rice, currants, meal, flower, sugar and tapioca, each of barrel form. Height including lid 9 ins.

Sold for £240

Lot 142

A Royal Doulton Setter, with pheasant in mouth, in retrieving pose, green printed mark, also HN2529. Length 12 ins.

Sold for £220

Lot 143

A Royal Staffordshire Pottery Wilkinson Limited England jug, in the Clarice Cliff style, bearing mark Soane & Smith Limited, 462 Oxford Street, London, decorated with a geometric repeating pattern to the duck egg blue ground. Height 11 ins.

Lot 144

A Victorian earthenware water filter, embossed in relief with knights on horseback and lions, with coat of arms to centre. Height 12 ins.

Lot 145

A pair of Capodimonte style ewers, each decorated with cherubs and mythical sea creatures in relief to each body, decorated in pastel shades. Height 15 ins.

Sold for £250

Lot 146

A 19th century Scottish glass drinking vessel, in the shape of a horn, with relief moulded thistles. Length 11 ins.

Sold for £60

Lot 147

A Beswick dove, designed by Cathi Urbank, impressed "Beswick England 1556". Length 11.5 ins.

Lot 148

A W. Goebel figure of a tree creeper, 1967, impressed "CV 84". Height 5.75 ins.

Sold for £30

Lot 149

A Beswick figure of a thrush, gloss, impressed mark beneath. Height 6 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 150

A Goebel figure of a barn owl, impressed "CV 112 1969". Height 9 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 151

A Royal Staffordshire Pottery lustre vase, decorated with butterflies, printed marks to base. Height 8 ins.

Sold for £35

Lot 152

Two 19th century Prattware mugs, printed with rural scenes, one pink the other tawny, together with a Prattware bowl, diameter 6.5 ins.

Lot 153

Three 19th century porcelain figures, all seated. Heights 6 ins, 5.5 ins and 3 ins.

Lot 154

A Moore Brothers salt, depicting a cherub playing a tambourine beside an open vessel, with applied flowers and foliage, with gilt foot rim. Length 7 ins.

Lot 155

A Bohemian glass tumbler, octagonal, etched with animals in woodland. Height 4.5 ins.

Sold for £30

Lot 156

A Wilton Ware ginger jar, decorated against the blue ground with chasing dragons and with lid and wooden stand. Height 11 ins.

Lot 157

A Carlton Ware shallow fruit bowl, decorated against the blue ground with the Pagoda pattern, printed mark. Diameter 12.5 ins.

Sold for £70

Lot 158

A Maling vase, with swirl decoration in a variety of colours and raised on an oval foot, printed mark to base. Width 11 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 159

A late 19th century Imari vase, of baluster form decorated in typical Imari colours with panels of figures. Height 15 ins.

Lot 160

A rare Pierrefonds Art Pottery insect design wall pocket, glazed in yellow and black, with grey lustre wings, circa 1930, full factory markings. Length 150 mm.

Sold for £110

Lot 161

A Beswick kingfisher, wings open and standing on bull rushes, impressed mark "237" and paper label. Height 5.5 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 162

An oriental baluster vase, decorated with exotic birds and branches in a variety of enamelled colours. Height 5 ins.

Lot 163

An earthenware flask, with treacle glazed handle, decorated to the body with a Dodo (?) eating a frog, in brown, blue and green glazes. Height 8.5 ins.

Lot 164

A glass vase, with trailing vaseline and milk glass decoration, ground pontil mark. Height 7.5 ins.

Lot 165

A pair of early 19th century glass candlesticks, with brass sconces to the faceted stem and with circular spreading foot. Height 12 ins.

Lot 166

A pair of continental porcelain figures, a musician and companion decorated in pastel colours. Height 11 ins.

Sold for £65

Lot 167

A W. Goebel rooster, in standing pose, impressed "CV105 1969" and bearing label beneath, decorated in naturalistic colours. Height 13 ins.

Sold for £300

Lot 168

An Imari bowl, circular, decorated with panels of birds and chrysanthemums and highlighted with gilding. Diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 169

A Victorian cranberry glass vase, Mary Gregory style, decorated with girl and bird, together with a green glass flask.

Sold for £32

Lot 170

A pair of late Victorian Imari vases, of baluster form decorated in typical Imari colours. Height 8.5 ins.

Sold for £35

Lot 171

A Sylvac vase, moulded leaf decoration, yellow, impressed marks to base. Height 8.5 ins.

Lot 172

Five pieces of Prattware, including an oval tazza, "The Blind Fiddler" by Sir David Wilkie R.A, width 14 ins., together with two 9 inch plates and two 7 inch plates.

Lot 173

A rare Royal Doulton figure, "Grossmith's Tsang Ihang Perfume of Tibet". Height 11 ins.

Lot 174

A Royal Doulton character jug, "Vicar of Bray", large.

Sold for £40

Lot 175

A Royal Doulton character jug, "Robin Hood" D6527.

Sold for £40

Lot 176

A Nautilus porcelain table centre, oval, with dragon handles and applied lizards to the pierced body. Width 19 ins.

Lot 177

A Crown Devon Fieldings John Peel hunting jug, with musical movement. Height 7 ins.

Sold for £80

Lot 178

A Royal Doulton character jug, "Arry", copyright 1946.

Lot 179

A Royal Doulton character jug, "Athos" D6439.

Lot 180

A Royal Doulton character jug, "Drake".

Sold for £50

Lot 181

A pair of Victorian salts, each a seahorse with shell to back, on sea form base decorated in typical Majolica colours. Length 7 ins.

Lot 182

A Brownfields of Cobridge novelty teapot, with grotesque Japanese face to lid, with fan to handle and decorated in relief with cherry blossom to the white ground. Length 8 ins (see illustration).

Lot 183

A pair of 19th century Scottish Pottery standing gardeners, each of a little old man wearing a hat and in standing pose, raised on a moulded base with thistle to front. Height 25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £410

Lot 184

A Japanese Satsuma tea service, early 20th century, comprising teapot, lidded sucrier, lidded jug, six cups and saucers, each decorated with panels of figures to the blue ground heightened with gilding and with black seal mark to base (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 185

A Crown Devon Fieldings John Peel hunting jug, with musical movement, verse and embossed decoration, printed mark to base. Height 8.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 186

A Wedgwood blue Jasper Ware planter, decorated with classical figures and swags of fruiting vine decoration interspersed with lion masks, impressed marks. Diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £55

Lot 187

An early 20th century bisque figurine, two young children, painted with enamel colours. Height 12 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 188

A Dresden porcelain desk stand, of shaped outline, with green scale ground and painted with floral sprays, with single inkwell with lid, printed mark. Width 9 ins.

Sold for £32

Lot 189

A Royal Doulton figurine, "Janine", HN2461.

Sold for £25

Lot 190

A Royal Doulton figurine, "Olga", HN2463.

Sold for £25

Lot 191

A Royal Lancastrian fruit bowl, with mottled blue ground, impressed mark also "Royal Lancastrian, England No. 2722". Diameter 10 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 192

A Wedgwood vase, campana shape decorated against the powder blue ground with mice, highlighted with gilding and with circular foot and printed mark. Height 7 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 193

A Royal Copenhagen commemorative plate, depicting a volcano, dragon and falcon and to commemorate the opening of a hospital in Iceland.

Sold for £38

Lot 194

An oriental squat vase, buff ground, bearing paper label Sung Dynasty.

Sold for £26

Lot 195

A Wedgwood lustre small bowl, decorated against the orange ground with butterflies, gilt printed mark. Diameter 5.4 ins.

Sold for £68

Lot 196

A small Ruskin Pottery bowl, mottled blue, impressed "Made in England" and dated probably 1932. Diameter 2 ins.

Sold for £25

Lot 197

Two early 19th century Chinese blue and white plates. Each diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 198

Three continental porcelain table centres, two being cherubs holding floral encrusted baskets, the other a circular basket handed painted with floral sprays.

Sold for £32

Lot 199

A William Moorcroft Spanish Pattern vase, of baluster form decorated against the mottled green ground with purple and blue flowers in the Iris pattern. Height 10 ins.

Sold for £1680

Lot 200

A Royal Doulton stoneware jug, with blue upper body, loop handle and relief moulded with Prince of Wales feathers, impressed marks to base. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £10