fine art sale

24th June 2010

Lot 1A

RUG (8437)

Sold for £250

Lot 1

A pair of 18th century continental ware vases, decorated with rabbits, deer, a bull and birds, in typical Majolica colours. Height 9 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £230

Lot 2

A collection of blue and white transfer printed wares, including ashette, length 15.5 ins, Wedgwood Fallow Deer plate, unmarked plate decorated with a pastoral scene, each diameter 10 ins, a Clews Stone China plate and another unmarked with boating scene, each diameter 8.5 ins, a semi china small plate with three span bridge and a Copeland Spode Tower pattern plate, diameters respectively 6.5 ins and 5.5 ins.

Sold for £22

Lot 3

An early 19th century Spode transfer printed shallow dish, circa 1805-1810, in the Lucano pattern impressed "Spode 42" and printed mark also, together with another Spode shaped dish impressed "Spode 42" and decorated with Chinoiserie scenes. Each length 9.5 ins.

Sold for £90

Lot 4

A collection of blue and white transfer printed wares, including Spode Willow pattern sauce boat, sauce boat stand with mill scene, Spode Italian bowl and Masons Patent Ironstone vista pattern shaped bowl.

Sold for £20

Lot 5

Three 18th century Delft tiles, one depicting a humorous courting scene, one a ship and one floral, together with three Delft ship tiles marked verso "Made in Holland".

Sold for £105

Lot 6

A Sevres dish circa 1766, of shaped outline, painted with floral sprays and with gilt rim, interlacing L marks and bearing label "Painted by Vavasseur" (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 7

Three pieces of Worcester porcelain, including polychrome teacup decorated with exotic birds and insects bearing fret mark, together with a polychrome coffee cup painted with a rose and butterfly circa 1765 and a blue and white under glaze blue saucer with crescent mark and capital letter E (see illustration).

Sold for £230

Lot 8

Three Worcester tea bowls, each decorated against the cream ground with blue and gilt, two with moulded bodies and each with crescent mark (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 9

A Chelsea Derby period tea bowl and saucer, polychrome, decorated with floral swags and gilding, gold anchor and D script mark, bearing label "Tea Bowl Painted by Banford (B.1758 Berkley) circa 1785, together with a polychrome Worcester tea bowl.

Sold for £160

Lot 10

A Bishop and Stonier part dessert service, comport and four plates, each hand painted with a rural scene including Buttermere, Eagles Nest Killarney, Kilchurn Castle and another. Each diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 11

A Victorian table centre, decorated against the white ground with floral sprays to blue border heightened with gilding, width 13.5 ins, together with a scallop shaped bowl similarly decorated with hand painted floral sprays. Width 9.5 ins (see illustration)

Sold for £110

Lot 12

A Flight Barr & Barr Worcester armorial plate, with gilt rim to vine leaf border, with pale blue ground with armorial to centre, impressed mark "FBB" with crown above. Diameter 9.5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 13

A 19th century English oval plate, with gilt rim , decorated to the centre with autumn fruits and with panels to border. Length 11 ins.

Sold for £55

Lot 14

Two 19th century teacups with saucers, decorated respectively with a three arch bridge with figures over river and hand painted floral sprays heightened with gilding and with royal blue ground, one by "Ye Olde English Grosvenor China Jackson & Bolsing Longton, England" the other Crown Staffordshire.

Sold for £10

Lot 15

A Chelsea Derby tea bowl with saucer, with gilt rim to white ground with black gilt and pink bellflower swags to both cup and saucer, gold anchor and D mark, together with another similar tea bowl only (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 16

Two cups and saucers, 19th century English, each intricately decorated with floral sprays to white ground and heightened with gilding, one for tea the other coffee.

Sold for £58

Lot 17

A Derby trio, circa 1782-1800, puce painted mark, each piece with gilt rim to blue and black floral swags to white ground.

Sold for £120

Lot 18

A Newhall teacup with saucer, pattern number 1453, together with a Newhall coffee can "Tree of Life" pattern, circa 1805.

Sold for £35

Lot 19

A tea bowl and saucer, hand painted with floral sprays to white ground with gilt rim, together with a coffee cup and saucer painted with floral swags and ribbons to white ground in polychrome and with gilt rim.

Sold for £85

Lot 20

Two Derby figurines, male and female, boy carrying sticks, female with corn, each painted against the white ground and heightened with gilding, with patch marks to each base. Height 6.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 21

A Derby figure, a man riding a goat, the goat holding a flat iron in its mouth, the male figure with pannier to back, blue printed mark beneath. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £75

Lot 22

A collection of three 19th century coffee cans, one painted with a country house, two blue and white, one marked "Felspar Porcelain", the tea cup and saucer with floral sprays and gilt rim.

Sold for £48

Lot 23

Two figurines, one a lady in standing pose holding a scroll, under glaze blue letter "R" to base, the other a male figure holding basket of flowers with blue printed crown with letter "K" beneath. Heights respectively 8.5 ins and 9.5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 24

Three pieces of Sevres porcelain, shallow bowl decorated with floral sprays and with gilt rim, a tea bowl (possibly Samson) and a cup and cover painted with an exotic bird panel to either side against the blue ground heightened with gilding. Bowl diameter 9.5 ins, cup and cover height 4 ins.

Sold for £165

Lot 25

A collection of five plates, Chamberlain's Worcester, three Derby and one continental.

Sold for £40

Lot 26

A Royal Doulton dinner service, "Royal Gold", comprising six dinner plates, six side plates, six small plates, six soup bowls each with stand, two lidded tureens, sauce boat and stand.

Sold for £205

Lot 27

A collection of Derby and Worcester tea and coffee wares, comprising Derby tea cup and saucer and three coffee cans, blue white and gilt, each with red printed mark, together with a Barr Flight & Barr coffee can, another coffee can, teacup and saucer.

Sold for £75

Lot 28

A pair of Portuguese decorative porcelain plates, each with painted exotic bird on branch to cream ground with gilt rim. Diameter 8.5 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 29

A Worcester polychrome teapot, painted with floral sprays and bellflower to the bullet shaped body. Length 6.5 ins, height 4.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 30

Three pieces of Wedgwood creamware, small lidded tureen decorated against the cream ground with gilt bellflower swags and sparse floral sprays, impressed "Wedgwood", width 6.5 ins, creamware plate with yellow border with fruiting vine decoration, impressed "Wedgwood", diameter 8 ins, and a coffee can decorated in Imari colours with chrysanthemums, etc., also impressed "Wedgwood".

Sold for £40

Lot 31

A continental porcelain dish with cover, possibly Sevres, circa 1781, decorated against the white ground with hand painted flowers including roses and with repeating line decoration heightened with gilding, traces of blue mark to base. Height 9.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £7800

Lot 32

A Derby sucrier and cover, red painted mark, with rope twist handles to boat shaped body decorated with gilding and floral sprays. Length 7 ins.

Sold for £42

Lot 33

A Derby teacup and saucer, puce painted mark, the body decorated with floral and gilt swags, together with a 19th century polychrome tea bowl and saucer and a Newhall coffee cup and saucer with rose and gilt border.

Sold for £40

Lot 34

Three early 19th century coffee cans, probably Chamberlain's Worcester circa 1805-10, together with a 19th century tea bowl, three saucers and a Barr Flight & Barr sucrier stand.

Sold for £60

Lot 35

A 19th century sucrier with lid, together with a similar trio, an early 19th century Spode cream jug and another.

Sold for £102

Lot 36

A Regency glass decanter, with mushroom shaped stopper, three ring neck and faceted body, together with a double opaque twist stem glass with fruiting vine etched decoration to the trumpet shaped bowl and a 19th century glass flask. Heights respectively 10 ins, 6.25 ins and 7 ins.

Sold for £60

Lot 37

A collection of six Derby coffee cans, circa 1810, three in Imari colours, a pair with floral swags and another, each with red painted marks.

Sold for £170

Lot 38

A collection of 19th century tea and coffee wares, comprising three cream jugs, three saucers, teacup and coffee can.

Sold for £140

Lot 39

Six early 19th century coffee cans, various patterns, all unmarked, circa 1810-1820.

Sold for £300

Lot 40

A pair of Doulton Burslem small tureens, transfer printed against the white ground with floral sprays and each complete with lid, stand and ladle.

Sold for £52

Lot 41

A collection of 19th century tea and coffee wares, comprising Derby tea bowl with puce mark, unmarked trio, rose patterned teacup, cup and saucer and two Spode saucers.

Sold for £130

Lot 42

An early 19th century bisque figure, white, shepherdess with sheep seated, inscribed to the base "Number 14".

Sold for £35

Lot 43

A collection of five pieces of late 18th/early 19th century Wedgwood creamware, comprising oval dish with raised centre and two lids each decorated with vine leaves, together with two shaped side dishes, all bearing impressed marks. Lengths from 10 ins to 14 ins.

Sold for £18

Lot 44

A collection of early 19th century coffee ware, comprising twelve coffee cans, two plates and cream jug, each decorated against the green ground with repeating gilt floral sprays and each piece monogrammed.

Sold for £50

Lot 45

A Lung-Chan dish, China 14th century, brown glaze. Diameter 5 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 46

A pair of Celadon tea bowls, probably Yuan Dynasty Chinese 14 th century. Each diameter 3 ins.

Sold for £170

Lot 47

A collection of early Chinese saucers and bowls, one bearing label "Yuan Dynasty", a near pair with moulded bodies, a shallow dish with relief moulded decoration, a tea bowl and three others.

Sold for £330

Lot 48

A Sung Dynasty Celadon bowl, 12/13th century, slight relief decoration to interior. Diameter 7.5 ins.

Sold for £110

Lot 49

A Chinese Celadon bowl, decorated in relief with carp and water lilies. Diameter 5 ins.

Sold for £220

Lot 50

A pair of Mettlach stoneware vases, foliate design to blue ground, impressed marks, circa 1900. Height 14 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 51

A Spode Copeland's China dessert service, comprising three pairs of shaped serving dishes and twelve accompanying plates, decorated against the white ground with green panels and edge highlighted with gilding, printed marks to base, bearing further mark for "Osler Designers, London".

Lot 52

A Royal Worcester paperweight, "Brown Pelican", 1998. Height 5.25 ins.

Sold for £38

Lot 53

A set of four Royal Worcester plaques, "The Worcester Rose Collection". Each 10 ins x 6.5 ins and in gilt frame.

Sold for £260

Lot 54

An early 19th century coffee cup and saucer, signed beneath "Mary Anne Bloxham 1825", hand painted with roses and other spring flowers, with gilt branch design, monogrammed with initials.

Sold for £150

Lot 55

A pair of early 19th century Chinese shallow small bowls, decorated against a duck egg blue ground with floral sprays in polychrome. Diameter 6.5 ins.

Sold for £55

Lot 56

A pair of Dresden porcelain gardeners, male and female, printed mark to bases. Height 4.75 ins.

Sold for £100

Lot 57

Two pairs of cut glass sweetmeat dishes.

Sold for £10

Lot 58

A pair of continental porcelain polychrome plates, with basket weave moulded edges and painted with floral sprays. Diameter 8 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 59

Three early 19th century tea bowls with saucers, Chinese, blue and white with pagodas, figures and sailing vessels and with brown rims.

Sold for £25

Lot 60

A Lawley's coffee set, comprising six cups and six saucers, with green ground and gilt rims, printed marks.

Lot 61

An R. Deliniers & Co. Limoges tea set, decorated against the cream ground with printed floral sprays, six cups, sugar basin, cream jug, six saucers and eight small plates.

Sold for £10

Lot 62

A Victorian tea set, hand painted with flowers and leaves and with gilt sprayed rim, comprising nine cups, eight saucers, ten side plates, sugar basin, cream jug and large sandwich plate.

Sold for £20

Lot 63

A Derby plate, red painted mark, hand painted with floral sprays to white ground. Diameter 10 ins.

Lot 64

A Minton toilet jug and basin, transfer printed with cats and dogs in blue against a white ground.

Sold for £50

Lot 65

Three Royal Doulton Brambley Hedge figurines, "Poppy Eye Bright", "Wilfred Toad Flax" and "Primrose Wood Mouse".

Sold for £15

Lot 66

A pair of Japanese Imari scalloped plaques, late 19th century, decorated in typical Imari colours with bamboo, chrysanthemum and foliate panels heightened with gilding. Diameter 12 ins (see illustration).

Lot 67

A Royal Worcester vase, decorated by James Stinton, with pheasant in landscape, with gilt blush rim and spreading foot, puce mark beneath for 1901 also "G706" Height 6.2s ins.

Sold for £300

Lot 68

A pair of late 19th century Japanese Imari scalloped plaque plates, decorated in typical Imari colours and painted with enamels. Diameter 13 ins (see illustration).

Lot 69

A fine 19th century Prattware dessert service, comprising eight comports and twelve plates, each with beige and gilt border and with rural scenes with figures, cattle and castles to centre (see illustration).

Sold for £1350

Lot 70

A Victorian puzzle jug, "The Liquors Good and Drink You May but Spill It Not or Forfeit Pay", decorated with relief moulded dog roses and with spout mask. Height 8 ins.

Lot 71

Two early transfer printed commemorative jugs, "To The Memory of His Late Majesty King George IV 1762 to 1830", together with another also transfer printed bearing coat of arms for George IV. Heights respectively 6 ins and 6.5 ins.

Sold for £140

Lot 72

An Enoch Wood mug, decorated in relief with foxgloves, printed mark. Diameter 4.5 ins.

Sold for £25

Lot 73

A Delft lidded caddy, the body decorated with figures and foliage. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 74

A pair of 18th century Chinese Imari bowls, each with vase of flowers to centre and with repeating chrysanthemum and scroll border highlighted with gilding, each with five stilt marks visible to rear. Diameter 11 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 75

A Rockingham cabinet plate, circa 1826-30, decorated to the centre with a single span bridge over river with figures and church beyond, with grey, blue and gilt border, with puce griffin mark, also "Rockingham Works Brameld Manufacturer to The King". Diameter 9 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 76

A large Sevres porcelain chocolate cup with cover and stand, the lid with rose to centre, with royal blue ground and gilding to the two handled cup with hand painted panel to either side depicting courting couples within gilt cartouche to blue ground, the base painted with musical and harvest emblems, with painted interlacing L marks to the cup and base. Height 7 ins, diameter of base 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £540

Lot 77

A Samsons of Paris oval cabinet bowl, in the Derby style, decorated with exotic birds and branches to centre with repeating foliate design and gilt border, with pseudo gold anchor mark. Width 10.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 78

A Samsons of Paris armorial plate, decorated in Newhall colours with repeating border heightened with gilding and with mock oriental marks verso. Diameter 10 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £105

Lot 79

A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese plate, decorated in Imari colours with fence building and chrysanthemums. Diameter 8.75 ins.

Sold for £30

Lot 80

A near pair of late 19th century Japanese Imari scalloped bowls, decorated in typical Imari colours with panels of flowers and fans. Each diameter 8.5 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 81

A collection of four English cabinet plates, decorated respectively with a single flower specimen, a ruin, panels of exotic birds and dog roses, each with gilding. Approximate diameter 8.75 ins.

Sold for £42

Lot 82

A Japanese Imari plate, decorated with chrysanthemums and other flowers, together with a pair of oriental plates each with six character mark to base and decorated in enamel colours with flowers. Each diameter 8.75 ins.

Sold for £58

Lot 83

A pair of 19th century English porcelain vases, decorated against the puce ground with finely painted oval floral panels with gold leaf surrounds, with building scenes to each side and raised on a square base. Height 10.5 ins, diameter 5.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £340

Lot 84

A 19th century Japanese Imari plaque, decorated in typical Imari colours with bamboo, cherry blossom and exotic birds. Diameter 18.5 ins.

Lot 85

A late 19th century Japanese charger, decorated in typical Imari colours with panels of chrysanthemums. Diameter 18.5 ins.

Sold for £185

Lot 86

A William Moorcroft Clematis vase, with blue script initials and impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 10 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 87

A Moorcroft vase, small baluster form, impressed "Moorcroft Made in England". Height 3.75 ins.

Sold for £82

Lot 88

A Royal Worcester squat vase, decorated with fruit and signed "Ricketts", puce mark and 2599 to base. height 3.5 ins.

Sold for £125

Lot 89

A Royal Worcester lidded vase, hand painted with roses and heightened with gilding, puce mark to base number "1326". Height 2.5 ins.

Sold for £60

Lot 90

A Royal Worcester shaped dish, painted with roses, puce mark to base. Width 9.5 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 91

A Royal Doulton Wild Duck plate, painted with Mallard by C. Holloway. Diameter 9.5 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 92

A Clarice Cliff Orange Roof plant holder, printed mark to base "Clarice Cliff, Wilkinson, England". Diameter 7.25 ins.

Sold for £175

Lot 93

A Clarice Cliff lidded preserve dish, decorated in bright enamel colours with flowers, printed mark to base "Bizarre by Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, England". Height 5.25 ins.

Lot 94

A Wilton Ware club shaped vase, lustre, decorated with Eastern scenes, printed mark to base. Height 9 ins.

Sold for £70

Lot 95

A pair of Royal Doulton vases, decorated with goldfish and reeds, green printed mark to base. Height 7 ins.

Sold for £310

Lot 96

A Coalport fruit bowl, painted by Anthony Baggott with autumn fruits. Diameter 10.25 ins.

Sold for £95

Lot 97

A pair of 19th century Staffordshire Spaniel groups, each depicting two Spaniels by barrel, decorated in typical Staffordshire colours. Height 9 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 98

An Elliott Hall enamelled egg, "Treasure of The Lakes", limited edition, signed by the artist Christopher Hughes and depicting Osprey and Herdwick sheep, retail price £655, cased.

Sold for £190

Lot 99

A pair of 19th century glass flasks, each with hollow stopper to club shaped body. Height 13 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 100

A 19th century Parian figure, a semi nude girl holding a fishing net, stamped to rear "J. & T.B.". Height 13 ins.

Lot 101

A pair of Doulton Slater's Patent vases, of typical form with stiff leaf moulding to neck and with body decorated with repeating foliate designs. Height 15 ins.

Lot 102

A Victorian Parian figure group, "Imposing on Good Nature", by D.C. French. Length 10 ins.

Sold for £10

Lot 103

A ten piece crystal dessert service, comprising two serving bowls and eight dessert bowls.

Sold for £22

Lot 104

A fine and heavy cut glass ice bucket, of cylindrical form with carrying handle to either side, incised and cut.

Sold for £170

Lot 105

A large Victorian hyacinth vase, with flared lip, cylindrical body and spreading foot. Height 17 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 106

A heavy cut glass vase, of tapering cylindrical form with spreading circular foot. Height 14 ins.

Sold for £48

Lot 107

A heavy cut glass vase, of tapering cylindrical form. Height 12 ins.

Sold for £35

Lot 108

Two cut glass vases, both of tapering cylindrical form. Heights 10 ins and 7 ins.

Sold for £20

Lot 109

Four John Mortlock clam menu holders, together with a small Belleek dish with gilt rim.

Sold for £25

Lot 110

A treacle glaze embossed teapot, made at the Marsh Pottery, Workington by John & Thomas Dunbar (reference West Cumbrian Pottery page 76/7).

Sold for £100

Lot 111

A 19th century agate ware jug, with typical orange/yellow stripe, possibly Dearham Pottery.

Sold for £58

Lot 112

A grey/green Ruskin vessel, with drop glaze decoration, dated 1927.

Sold for £110

Lot 113

A Burslem Ware Charlotte Rhead vase, with tube line decoration in orange and yellow, signed to base.

Lot 114

A blue and white Chinese ashette, with typical oriental scene depicting pagodas and a boatman in landscape. Length 19 ins.

Lot 115

An early 19th century hand painted mug, decorated with a scene of Butwelt Castle in gilded oval cartouche and with cobalt blue bands.

Sold for £150

Lot 116

A 19th century blue and white transfer printed meat plate, in the "Chinese Fountains" pattern, further marked "E.K.B.". Length 22 ins.

Sold for £80

Lot 117

A pair of Royal Dux figures, female water carrier and male companion, decorated in typical Dux colours, with pink triangular mark to base. Height 20 ins (see illustration).

Lot 118

A large late 19th century blue and white plaque, decorated with cherry blossom and chrysanthemums. Diameter 18 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 119

A late 19th century Chinese blue and white plaque, with repeating border and decorated to the centre with floral sprays and butterflies. Diameter 17 ins.

Lot 120

A large late 19th century Chinese blue and white plaque, with repeating border, the centre decorated with a river, mountains, buildings and trees. Diameter 21 ins.

Lot 121

A pair of Hannah Barlow Doulton cylindrical pots, dated 1885, impressed with initials, decorated with birds on branches. Height 4.5 ins, diameter 4.25 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 122

A Royal Doulton setter with pheasant, HN2529. Length 11 ins.

Sold for £120

Lot 123

A 19th century Satsuma koro, with lid, decorated with Samurai and with gilt character marks to base. Width 6.5 ins.

Lot 124

A Zsolnay Pecs jug vase, all over decorated with exotic flowers and branches in a variety of bright enamel colours, printed mark to base. Height 12 ins.

Lot 125

A Royal Worcester snuffer, a monk. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £40

Lot 126

A Satsuma vase, of small form, hexagonal, decorated with flowers, with character marks to base. Height 4 ins.

Lot 127

A 19th century Chinese bowl, with duck egg blue ground and gilt rim, decorated with panels of birds, figures and landscape panels. Diameter 15 ins.

Lot 128

A Doulton Lambeth jug, with silver rim to simulated copper and leather body. Height 10 ins.

Sold for £45

Lot 129

A Noritake table lamp, with green cloth shade to vase with foliate panels with green and black ground heightened with gilding, printed mark to base. Height including shade 25 ins.

Sold for £200

Lot 130

An Art Glass vase, with trailed green decoration to clear glass body, with circular foot. Height 7.5 ins.

Lot 131

A pair of continental porcelain candelabra, figures with mythical sea creatures and shell encrusted rococo bases. Height 12 ins.

Lot 132

A Daum Nancy glass vase, circa 1930, with repeating geometric pattern to the grey glass, inscribed to base. Height 11 ins, diameter 8 ins (see illustration).

Lot 133

A late 18th century Chinese Famille Rose vase, with foliate and dragon decoration to the baluster body, with concentric blue circles mark to rim. Height 10 ins (see illustration).

Lot 134

A Royal Worcester fruit painted pot pourri vase, signed by Harry Ayrton 1951. Height 5 ins (see illustration).

Lot 135

A Walter Moorcroft Clematis pattern vase, with impressed factory mark and blue signature. Height 6 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 136

A Moorcroft Florian Ware bowl, with lipped rim, decorated with daisies and tulips, green script signature to base. Diameter 9.75 ins (see illustration).

Lot 137

A 19th century Chinese octagonal ashette, with floral and bamboo decoration. Length 12 ins (see illustration).

Lot 138

A Wemyss jardiniere, decorated with roses, with painted mark to base. Diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £240

Lot 139

A 19th century Chinese blue and white dish, decorated with a river scene and pagodas. Diameter 8.25 ins.

Lot 140

A William Moorcroft Pomegranate pattern dish, with impressed factory mark and green signature. Diameter 8.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 141

A 19th century Chinese blue and white vase, with four character mark to base.

Lot 142

A pair of Royal Worcester slender ovoid vases by Townsend & Ayrton, dated 1926 and number 2491 Height 6 ins (see illustration).

Lot 143

A Moorcroft Clematis pattern vase, with impressed factory mark and green signature. Height 6 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £360

Lot 144

A 19th century Chinese octagonal ashette, with pagoda and river scene. Length 10 ins.

Sold for £60

Lot 145

A 19th century Chinese octagonal ashette, with pagoda and river scene. Length 12 ins.

Lot 146

An early 19th century Chinese blue and white jug, with gilt and river scene decoration. Height 4.75 ins.

Sold for £30

Lot 147

A 19th century Satsuma koro, decorated with figures. Height 6 ins.

Lot 148

A Moorcroft globular shaped vase, decorated with orchids, with blue signature to base. Height 8.25 ins, diameter approximately 8.5 ins (see illustration).

Lot 149

A Moorcroft salt glazed lamp base, decorated with anemone, blue signature to base. Height 12.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £880

Lot 150

A pair of 19th century Satsuma vases, with twin dragon handles, decorated with panels of figures. Height 5 ins (see illustration).

Lot 151

A Moorcroft Clematis design pin dish, with impressed mark and paper label. Length 5.5 ins.

Sold for £90

Lot 152

A late 19th century Chinese Famille Rose vase, decorated with figural and floral decoration, signed to base. Height 14 ins (see illustration).

Lot 153

An early 19th century Chinese blue and white sparrowbeak jug, with gilt and river scene decoration. Height 3.5 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 154

An early 19th century Chinese blue and white sparrowbeak jug, with intertwined handle, with gilt and river scene decoration. Height 4.75 ins.

Sold for £100

Lot 155

A set of four Nymphenberg porcelain figures, each of children, polychrome. Height 4 ins.

Sold for £115

Lot 156

An early 20th century Arita porcelain hexagonal bowl, with phoenix objects and foliate decoration. Width 6 ins.

Sold for £50

Lot 157

A large Carlton Ware Bleu Royale lidded ginger jar, decorated with chinoiserie scenes.

Lot 158

A Royal Worcester blush ground two handled bottle vase and cover, decorated by Edward Raby 1895. Height 14 ins (see illustration).

Lot 159

An oriental baluster vase adapted to table lamp, decorated in Famille Rose palette with figure panels. Height 24 ins (see illustration).

Lot 160

An early Victorian copper lustre jug, depicting a game of shuttlecock between a mother and child, in oval cartouche on yellow ground.

Lot 161

A late 19th century Satsuma vase, decorated with rural scene and pheasants by blossom trees. Height 8.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 162

An oriental baluster vase, adapted as table lamp, decorated in Famille Verte palette with figures. Height 23.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 163

A 19th century Chinese blue and white cylindrical vase, with four character mark to base. Height 6 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 164

A 19th century Chinese blue and white baluster shaped milk jug, with lobed sides.

Sold for £50

Lot 165

An early 20th century Chinese blue and white vase, decorated with warriors. Height 8.25 ins.

Lot 166

An early 20th century cut glass rummer.

Sold for £30

Lot 167

An 19th century glass rummer.

Lot 168

A Qianlong Chinese Famille Rose mug, with floral and family scene decoration. Height 4.75 ins.

Lot 169

An early 19th century Chinese blue and white barrel shaped mug, with pagoda and river scene decoration. Height 5 ins.

Lot 170

A pair of 19th century Chinese porcelain vases, with floral and butterfly decoration and lady in blue dress. Height 9.5 ins.

Sold for £85

Lot 171

A Lalique small square dish, etched "Lalique, France". Width 3.5 ins.

Lot 172

A 19th century Chinese blue glazed bottle vase. Height 7 ins.

Sold for £90

Lot 173

A 19th century Satsuma porcelain koro, with lid, decorated with figures. Height 3.25 ins, width 2.75 ins.

Lot 174

A Moorcroft gilt metal mounted Wisteria table lamp. Height 19.5 ins (see illustration).

Lot 175

A 19th century Chinese octagonal ashette, with pagoda and river scene decoration. Length 12 ins.

Lot 176

An Arts & Crafts glass vase, with blue and green decoration and with chromed rim fitting for table lamp. Height 8.5 ins.

Sold for £240

Lot 177

An early 19th century sucrier and cover, together with an early 19th century Wedgwood cup and saucer and an oval work basket with floral decoration.

Sold for £52

Lot 178

Ten 19th century Chinese blue and white plates, with floral decoration. Each diameter 9 ins (see illustration).

Lot 179

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

Lot 180

An oriental baluster vase, adapted as table lamp, decorated with foliage and figure and with brass top and base. Height 17 ins (see illustration).

Lot 181

A 19th century Chinese blue and white bowl, decorated with rural scenes, signed to base. Width 7 ins.

Sold for £68

Lot 182

A 19th century blue and white Chinese vase. Height 10 ins.

Lot 183

A pair of 19th century green glass decanters, faceted, together with five green glasses.

Lot 184

A Moorcroft Pomegranate vase, with impressed factory mark and blue signature. Height 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 185

A Walter Moorcroft Orchid pattern vase, with paper label to base. Height 3.75 ins (see illustration).

Lot 186

An early 20th century Lalique glass bowl, with embossed flower heads, mark "R. Lalique, France" to base (AF). Diameter 13.5 ins.

Lot 187

A large Beswick Dalmation. Height 15 ins.

Sold for £170

Lot 188

A Poole Pottery vase, with floral decoration, marked "2E". Height 4.25 ins.

Lot 189

A Doulton Lambeth green and brown floral decorated jug. Height 7.5 ins.

Lot 190

Three 19th century Chinese blue and white plates. Diameter 9 ins.

Lot 191

A 19th century Chinese blue and white plate, with pagoda and river scene decoration with floral surround. Width 9.5 ins.

Sold for £28

Lot 192

Two Staffordshire figure groups, boy and girl sitting by windmill and boy and girl with wheatsheaves, together with a Toby jug.

Lot 193

A Lalique fruit bowl, petrol blue, decorated with leaves in relief and etched in capitals "R. LALIQUE, FRANCE" to base. Diameter 9.5 ins.

Sold for £380

Lot 194

A Chinese barrel shaped conservatory seat, circa 1930, with panels of birds and repeating foliate designs. Height 19 ins, diameter approximately 13 ins.

Sold for £180

Lot 195

A Wetheriggs Pottery rectangular slipware dish, with interior division, brown and cream. Length 17 ins.

Sold for £125

Lot 196

A set of three 19th century earthenware nautilus shells. Heights from 11 ins to 5.5 ins.

Sold for £190

Lot 197

An Edward VII 1902 Coronation mug, hand painted and with lithophane of King Edward to the base.

Sold for £22

Lot 198

A Beswick fox, 2348, stamped "Beswick, England and bearing paper label and printed mark, gloss. Height 12 ins.

Sold for £200

Lot 199

A 19th century green glass dump doorstop. Height 5.5 ins.

Sold for £30