A Victorian fairing inkwell, a faring "Who is Coming?", and four pin cushion ladies.
Sold for £8
A Royal Doulton Under The Greenwood Tree Series dish, and a Rosalind plate. Longest 23 cm.
Sold for £5
A Chinese Celadon decorated leaf dish, with seal mark to base. Length 26 cm.
Sold for £38
Three cut glass decanters, each with stopper. Tallest 40 cm.
Sold for £35
A blue Jasperware Four Seasons plaque, and three commemorative mugs.
A pair of cut glass whisky decanters, square form, each with stopper.
Sold for £22
A Bretby jardiniere, decorated with birds and dog roses to brown ground, impressed marks. Diameter 26 cm.
Sold for £15
Four antique cut glass decanters and stoppers, and ten Edwardian green tinted wine glasses.
Sold for £25
A Victorian Dresden opaque china blue and white relief moulded transfer printed jug, and two small milk jugs. Tallest 26 cm.
Sold for £30
Three late 18th/early 19th century cups and saucers, with moulded bodies, probably Worcester.
Sold for £28
A Victorian opalescent glass table lamp, with clear and frosted glass reservoir above an opalescent stem in turn on a gilt metal base decorated with anthemions (converted to electricity). Height including dome 60 cm.
Sold for £150
A Royal Doulton figure "The Lobster Man", HN2317, and three Beswick Beneagles novelty decanters (eagle, haggis and Loch Ness Monster), two still full.
Sold for £20
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