antiques & fine art sale

27th - 29th November 2019

Lot 1

A pair of Japanese Imari vases and covers, late 19th century, in typical Imari colours with panels of flowering baskets with birds, all on an inverted tapering moulded body. Height 35 cm.

Lot 2

A Japanese patinated bronze melon form jardiniere, Meiji period, decorated in relief with pheasants amongst blossoming trees, the interior base with Japanese characters, the underside with applied disc mark. Internal diameter 29 cm, height 28 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 3

A Japanese carved wood figure of a bear, with salmon in its mouth, late 19th/early 20th century, signed to the underside in Japanese. 36 cm wide, 21.5 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 4

A large Chinese porcelain blue and white figure of a warrior, 20th century, dressed in armour with mythical masks and scales, holding a sword, the tip within a dragons mouth, all upon a scrolling sea base, the reverse with pseudo six character Jiajing mark. 120 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 5

A Chinese blue and white "Tek Sing" dished plate, early 19th century, with applied Nagel Auction label. Diameter 19 cm. NOTE - The Tek Sing was probably the largest Chinese ocean going junk which sank on February 6th 1822 in the Belvedere Shoals of the South China Seas.

Sold for £25

Lot 6

Four Japanese blue and white dishes, 19th/20th century, two of lozenge form with enamelled decoration, a lozenge shaped blue ground dish with gilt scroll floral decoration, a scalloped bowl with four character Fuki Chosun mark, and a rectangular dish with raised sides and landscape decoration. Widest 20 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 7

An 18th century Chinese Imari porcelain bowl, with under glazed blue panels of precious objects and iron red auspicious flowers. Diameter 22.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 8

Two Chinese pith paper punishment pictures, late 19th century, gouache, mounted in gilt and ebonised frames. 16.5 cm x 25.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 9

A Chinese Yixing carafe, late 19th century, decorated with relief applied opposing Feng flanking a rock work and peony sprig. 22 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 10

A Chinese gilt thread embroidery, Qing dynasty, depicting an emperor with male and female attendants, with two bats, a white rabbit, bird in flowering prunus, the silk faces applied separately with hand painted decoration with a blue silk border and within a later ebonised frame. Image 19.5 cm x 84 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 11

A collection of Chinese Canton enamel wares, 19th century, comprising a large dished plate decorated with auspicious fruits, cash, bats and butterflies, teapot, two large and two small plates, three teacups and saucers. Largest dish diameter 32 cm.

Sold for £190

Lot 12

A good pair of Chinese carved blackwood vase stands, late 19th century, the top modelled as co-joined roundels inset with rouge marble and inlaid with mother of pearl, lotus flower and vines, all upon a finely carved stand with prunus blossom decoration and with lower under tier carved with bamboo shoots and leaves, all upon four carved legs. Width 36 cm, height 47 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1600

Lot 13

A large Chinese cloisonne vase, second half 20th century, decorated throughout with stylised lotus and leaves against a white ground, with blue ground false gadrooned borders all upon a raised base. 45.5 cm high.

Lot 14

A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, with transfer printed decoration heightened with enamels, with archaic dragon style handles, the main body decorated with eight Daoist immortals and a poem, all between cell, Ruyi head and pendant borders, the underside with red pseudo Qianlong seal mark. 54.5 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 15

A Chinese ginger jar and cover, 20th century, decorated with pheasant upon rock work framed by peony, red printed mark for Zhongguo Jingdezhen Zhi. 15.5 cm high, together with a small magnolia coloured bowl decorated with blossoms. 11.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £15

Lot 16

A Chinese bronze turtle dragon pot, late 20th century, with Chilong handle and dragon spout, the shell engraved with Shou characters. 14.5 cm long.

Sold for £32

Lot 17

A Japanese Kutani Karako drummer boy, Taisho period, modelled seated, his garments decorated with clouds, bats and stylised flowers. 18 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 18

A Japanese Arita two handled bowl and cover, late 19th century, decorated with geometric panels above a landscape band with a golden pheasant, peony and rock work, signed for Zoshuntei. Interior diameter 19 cm, height 16.5 cm.

Lot 19

A Chinese interior painted glass bottle, 20th century, of hexagonal form, with waisted neck, decorated with females playing musical instruments or Go. Height 22 cm.

Lot 20

A Chinese porcelain deep bowl, in famille rose palette, depicting females in a boat, one female crouched proffering a Lingzhi and verso a kneeling female holding out a Ruyi sceptre towards a dwelling in the clouds, all against a Anhua ground, the interior bowl turquoise glazed, with red Jiaqing (1796-1820) seal mark, and probably of the period, 13 cm diameter, 8.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 21

A Chinese famille rose octagonal bowl, 19th century, the interior with blue ground glaze, exterior with panels of Buddhist symbols and flowers between Ruyi head and key borders, the underside glazed turquoise with red stamped Qianlong seal mark and with further collectors engraved mark. 17.5 cm diameter, 7.7 cm high.

Sold for £240

Lot 22

An Ando attributed cloisonne vase, early 20th century, decorated with a white and pink rose against an Akasune Ginbari ground with carp amongst reeds, stamped mark to foot rim. 18.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 23

A Chinese porcelain plate, 20th century, hand painted with a deity in a red robe holding his rosary beads kneeling before a small deity appearing from rock work, with scrambled characters to the left and all within petal shape trellis border, spurious seal mark to the underside. 19 cm diameter.

Sold for £4500

Lot 24

A Japanese bronze jardiniere, Meiji period, cast in relief with wading herons amongst lotus flowers and bamboo shoots, engraved two character signature to the underside. 23.5 cm diameter, 17 cm high.

Sold for £130

Lot 25

A 19th century carved ivory miniature dog of Fo, seated on its haunches, 4 cm high, together with a small composition figure of Shoulao. Height 5 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 26

A pair of Chinese porcelain bowls, late Qing, each decorated with thirteen females each with character marks from the dream of the red chamber, now mounted as inkwells with French bronze mounts cast with leaves and beaded decoration, with gilt bronze exotic dolphin pen rests, all upon a Japanese lacquered panel depicting golden pheasants amongst water and reeds, gilt metal mounted with leaf and berry feet. 38 cm wide, 16 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £550

Lot 27

A Chinese hardwood square top Kang table, early 20th century, with square legs united by shaped stretcher. Width 89 cm, height 32 cm.

Lot 28

A pair of Japanese Kutani onion shaped vases, Meiji period, the neck decorated with a typical landscape, the body with roundels with gilt and red Tsuba, all above fan shaped panels of fanciful birds against a red and gilt ground, signed Dai Nippon Kutani Tsukuru. Height 30.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 29

A Chinese silver mounted malacca walking stick, late 19th century, the silver mount embossed with entwining dragons amongst clouds surmounted by mother of pearl, upon a tapering malacca shaft. 95 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 30

Twenty two Chinese blue and white prunus pattern ginger jars, late Qing, some with covers, nineteen marked on the underside with two underglaze blue concentric rings. Tallest 15.5 cm, smallest 9 cm.

Sold for £520

Lot 31

Two Chinese blue and white prunus pattern vases, late 19th century, one of typical baluster form, the other converted to an oil lamp with panels of figures against a prunus background, the latter with four character pseudo Kangxi mark. 30 cm and 29 cm respectively.

Sold for £180

Lot 32

A pair of Japanese cloisonne vases, Meiji-Taisho period, with shaped panels with butterflies and petals against a coloured square Ginbari style ground. 13 cm high.

Sold for £60

Lot 33

A Japanese Imari scalloped dish, with panels of landscapes and blossoming trees interspersed by relief moulded gilt chrysanthemums, leaf mark to the underside. 32 cm diameter, a Kutani double gourd vase and a further Kutani vase. 17.5 cm and 17 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 34

Two Chinese blue and white snuff bottles, late Qing, one decorated with a watery landscape, rock work and buildings, the other with figures within an interior heightened with enamels, both with artemisia leaves to the underside, 7.5 cm each, a further two Chinese porcelain blue and white snuff bottles and three interior painted glass snuff bottles (7).

Sold for £48

Lot 35

A small Chinese blue and white inverted baluster vase, decorated with Shou symbols, lotus flowers, scrolling leaves, all between Ruyi head and false gadroon borders, with two character Zhongguo mark to the underside. Height 12.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 36

A group of Tek Sing celadon porcelain bowls, 18th century. Widest 15.5 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 37

A modern Chinese porcelain inverted baluster vase, 21st century, the lid with applied dragon above the main body, the shoulders with mythical beasts above panels of figures with young boys with mask and ring handles, all against a famille rose blossom ground, pseudo Qianlong seal mark to the underside. Height 32.5 cm.

Lot 38

A Chinese inverted baluster vase and cover, 20th century, decorated with deer by a river and monkeys beside rock work and a peach tree all underneath a pine tree canopy, with cracked ice neck, diaper shoulder, false gadroons to the base, together with a late 19th century famille verte vase and cover depicting warring figures. 23 cm and 33 cm respectively.

Sold for £180

Lot 39

Chinese blue and white wares, 18th century/19th century, comprising a pair of blue and white vases decorated with an exotic bird on peony and rock work, four character pseudo Kangxi mark to the bottom, two sleeve vases, an 18th century tankard, a pedestal dish, a tea bowl and an export blue and white plate (8).

Sold for £580

Lot 40

A pair of famille verte lozenge shape pedestal dishes, late 19th century, each decorated with figures opposing each other at a table within a peach and floral border, raised upon an oval foot. 19 cm diameter, together with a famille verte bowl, the interior decorated with panels of flowers, bamboo and lotus, all within shaped cartouche against a gilt and scrolling frond ground. Diameter 21 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 41

A Chinese Peking glass style snuff bottle, 20th century, polychrome enamelled with blossoming prunus against a marbled blue ground, with red glass stopper. 7.5 cm high.

Lot 42

A Japanese ginbari cloisonne vase attributed to Ota Toshiro, late Meiji/Taisho period, of waisted form decorated with a dragon against a rich blue ground, struck mark to the underside. Height 15.5 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 43

A Chinese Shiwan pottery vase, 19th century, with turquoise/green glaze, two character impressed mark to the underside. Height 8.7 cm.

Lot 44

A Chinese bronze and champleve enamel censor, Meiji/Taisho, the cover with Dog of Fo upon a pierced cloud base with champleve borders, the censor with twin lug handles supported upon three inverted tapering feet. Height 22.5 cm.

Lot 45

A Chinese white metal cigarette case, early 20th century, of rectangular form, each side decorated with a dragon amongst clouds against a stippled ground, one side with rectangular vacant cartouche. 12 cm wide x 8 cm, 134.5 grams.

Sold for £100

Lot 46

A Canton carved ivory card case, circa 1880, with serpentine sides, each side with a carved vignette of figures, buildings and pine trees, one vignette with cartouche with engraved initials "CW", 88.5 grams. 10.8 cm x 6.9 cm wide.

Sold for £260

Lot 47

A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, circa 1920, depicting a mountainous landscape with buildings, two character mark for Uchida, each on turned ebonised wood stand. 12.5 cm high.

Lot 48

A Canton carved ivory card case, circa 1880, each side with two shaped cartouches depicting figures, buildings and pine trees, 31.3 grams. 8.5 cm x 4.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 49

A pair of Japanese Satsuma porcelain garlic neck vases, circa 1900, each with a floral diaper neck and shoulder heightened with gilding above the body depicting Samurai by Lake Biwa, Mount Fuji to the background, nine inscribed red character mark to underside "Dai Nippon ...". 14.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 50

A Canton carved ivory card case, circa 1880, carved throughout with figures, buildings amongst flowers, pine and prunus trees, one side with vacant oval cartouche, 31.3 grams. 8.5 cm x 4.6 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 51

A pair of Chinese crackleware blue and white vases and covers, late 19th century, decorated with opposing dragons facing a pearl all amongst clouds and between bronzed borders, pseudo four character Chengua mark.

Sold for £180

Lot 52

A Chinese Famille Noire porcelain fish bowl, 20th century, the interior decorated with carp amongst reeds, the exterior with a boys procession with kites and lanterns all against a black ground, stamped in red to the underside pseudo Qianlong six character mark, on a Western carved oak stand with carved foliate buttresses on lion paw feet. Jardiniere width 37 cm, height 29.5 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 53

A pair of Japanese Kutani porcelain vases, early 20th century, with lion mask and ring handles and with panels of blossoming flowers heightened with gilding, signed "Kutani Tsukuru". Height 17.5 cm.

Lot 54

A pair of Japanese Kutani Scholar vases, circa 1900, each decorated with numerous scholars reading scrolls beneath floral panels and leaf bands, signed "Kutani Tsukuru". Heights 19.3 cm and 20 cm.

Lot 55

A large Japanese Kutani figure of Daruma, Meiji period, modelled standing wearing a red robe and holding a fly whisk, 76 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 56

A pair of Chinese cork pictures, each bearing a label with a trademark for Ngukie Gi Foochow China, each image 20 cm x 29 cm, mounted and framed.

Lot 57

Two similar Chinese elm tabletop cabinets, each with metal fittings, one with drawers and a cupboard, the other a cupboard only. Widths 76.5 cm and 78 cm respectively.

Sold for £75

Lot 58

A Chinese blessings bowl, 20th century, decorated throughout with a tight scroll pattern with peony leaves and bats, the centre with a yellow Shou and with Wan Shou Wu Jiang characters, stamped four character Kangxi mark, applied collectors inventory label 101. Diameter 25.5 cm.

Lot 59

A pair of Chinese Famille Verte ginger jars and covers, late 19th/early 20th century, each depicting warriors and a scholar on horseback, one with two concentric rings to the underside and with collectors inventory number 308, and a Chinese globular vase and cover, 20th century, depicting warring figures on horseback and foot and with rubber stamped four character mark to the underside. 19 cm and 21 cm respectively.

Sold for £130

Lot 60

A Chinese porcelain ginger jar and cover, lid 20th century, decorated with figures and children at play in the garden exterior, stamped mark for Jiangxi Jingdezhen, a smaller example with similar decoration marked for Zhongguo Jingdezhen Zhi and two others, early 20th century. Tallest 21 cm, smallest 15 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 61

A Japanese stencilled blue and white stick stand, early 20th century, decorated with nine scholars within a bamboo grove, 62 cm high.

Sold for £48

Lot 62

A pair of Japanese Imari vases, circa 1900, with flared rims above reeded bodies, a single Imari patterned vase and a scalloped Imari charger, tallest 20 cm, diameter of charger 31 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 63

A pair of Japanese export dishes, circa 1880, decorated with floral sprays to the centres and framed by blossoming prunus with three shaped cartouche framing peony, and a Japanese scalloped plate decorated to the centre with a jardiniere of flowers with cartouche of dragons above flaming pearls and spuming waves (3). 21.5 cm and 22 cm respectively.

Sold for £25

Lot 64

A 19th century Imari charger, diameter 40.5 cm, and scalloped edge plate, diameter 22 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 65

A set of four contemporary Chinese porcelain printed and enamel plaques, each depicting a female beauty within internal and external surroundings, decorated with pine trees, willow trees, rock works, peacocks, cranes etc., each with lines of calligraphy mounted in wood frames. Image 17.5 cm x 12 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 66

Japanese Hirado porcelain, early 20th century, comprising two teapots, two covered bowls, and a footed bowl, all with moulded lotus leaf bodies and with applied leaf decoration painted with foliage, birds and insects. Tallest 21 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 67

Two pairs of Chinese blue and white prunus pattern sleeve vases, late 19th century, each with four character pseudo Kangxi mark. 30.5 cm and 25 cm respectively.

Sold for £220

Lot 68

A large Japanese petal shaped charger, Meiji period, a flowering pot surrounded by fan shaped panels with scales, foliage and trellis decoration in typical Imari colours heightened with gilding, blue Fuku mark to the underside. Diameter 45 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 69

A Japanese Imari octagonal dish, Meiji period, the scarlet body with flowering vases framed by further blossoming plants and lotus cartouche, heightened with gilding. 30 cm diameter.

Sold for £55

Lot 70

A Chinese cloisonne ginger jar and cover, 20th century, with millefiori style ground between Ruyi head and scale borders, on wood stand. Overall height 20.5 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 71

A Chinese blue and white leaf shaped dish, late 18th century, with landscape decoration between a trellis and feathered border. 18 cm x 14.5 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 72

A Japanese Imari carp bowl, Meiji period, the interior decorated with a large carp leaping out of water, the exterior with panels of carp swimming beneath a blossoming tree between panels of dragons, clouds and foliage, blue Koransha mark to the underside. 37 cm diameter, 22 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £460

Lot 73

A pair of Chinese blue and white sleeve vases, late 19th century, having an inverted rim, the body decorated with opposing dragons amongst lotus flowers and leaves, four character pseudo Kangxi mark to the underside. Height 26 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 74

A Japanese Imari boat shaped dish, Meiji period, decorated with panels of sages and blossoming trees against a blue ground with various mons heightened with gilding. 33.5 cm long.

Sold for £110

Lot 75

Chinese ceramics, comprising an 19th century under glaze blue and white tea bowl decorated with mandarin ducks and a figure with overglaze iron red and green enamels, an 18th century famille rose bowl, a blue and white export dish, a crackle ware vase and cover with two matching bowls, and incense burner, a ginger jar and a soapstone figure of Guanyin, a Cantonese teapot (10). Height of vase 28 cm, diameter of bowl 23 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 76

Japanese Imari, 19th century, comprising large dish, four small dishes, a scalloped bowl and a pair of vases (8). Height of vases 15.5 cm, diameter of large dish 31 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 77

A Chinese carved ivory puzzle ball, late 19th century, the outer skin carved with dragons, approximately 7 layers, upon a turned a figural stand with leaf carved base, overall height 21.5 cm, the puzzle ball 5.2 cm diameter.

Sold for £160

Lot 78

A Fukagawa scalloped plate, Meiji period, depicting two Beijing pulling a cart laden with flowers, all within a diapered border, inscribed to the underside Fukagawa Sei and impressed with Koransha mark and Fukagawa in Katagana. 24 cm diameter, together with a Japanese cloisonne jardiniere, circa 1900, decorated with blossoming flowers and butterflies against a terracotta red ground inset with tea wire work. Height 14.5 cm. Internal diameter 17 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 79

After Kitagawa Fujimaro (Japanese, 1790-1850), "An Outing in the Snow", and two other coloured wood blocks, 29 cm x 19 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 80

A pair of Chinese ivory carved and pierced vases, 19th century Qing, each carved with a dragon entwined amongst clouds against a cash ground, on turned and pierced wood stands. Height excluding stands 8.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 81

A pair of Chinese bronze and enamel vases, circa 1900, each with ring handles on a taotie mask with archaic decoration above the swollen body with a band of cloisonne taotie masks and scrolls, all on a circular foot, each with pseudo Xuande seal mark. Height 21.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 82

A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, of octagonal form, the shoulder with cloud collar band above panels of auspicious flowers above false gadroon to the base, with pseudo six character Wanli mark within two concentric rings to the base. Height 34 cm.

Sold for £240

Lot 83

A Japanese carved tusk, circa 1900, early 20th century, decorated with a graduated parade of seven elephants mounted upon an ebonised wood stand, 32 cm overall.

Sold for £130

Lot 84

A Japanese Satsuma koro and cover, circa 1900, decorated with a parade of figures with lanterns and parasols and verso a Bijin and child amongst cherry blossom, all against a royal blue ground, with elephant mask handles upon three feet, two character Satsuma mark, raised upon a wood stand. Height excluding stand 19 cm.

Lot 85

A pair of Japanese Tokoname red stoneware vases, late 19th century, the stipple ground body decorated in relief with a dragon flying through clouds between applied and impressed lotus flowers and fronds, incised mark to the underside. 31 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £70

Lot 86

A pair of Chinese blue and white vases and covers, 19th century, each of inverted baluster form decorated with eight immortals beneath a cloud collar band, inscribed six character Kangxi mark. Height 18 cm.

Sold for £520

Lot 87

A pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars, late 19th century, decorated with watery landscapes, 16 cm high.

Sold for £85

Lot 88

A pair of large Chinese blue and white chargers, 18th century, decorated with auspicious flowers and fruits to include peony, chrysanthemum and pomegranate all within a lotus flower border with vignettes of fish. Diameter 38.5 cm.

Sold for £380

Lot 89

A Japanese Satsuma bowl, late Meiji period, decorated in gilt with a mountainous landscape with a building before a lake, all against a shaded black and gilt ground, the exterior similar, red character marks for Uchida. Diameter 20.7 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 90

A Japanese Arita porcelain charger, 19th century, decorated with Manchurian cranes amongst pine trees and blossoming prunus. Diameter 41 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 91

A Chinese Canton porcelain dished plate, 19th century, within gilt metal mounts and with foliate cast handle, decorated with birds and butterflies amongst auspicious fruits, with pseudo Tongzhi seal mark to the underside. Overall diameter 28.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 92

A Chinese porcelain lozenge shaped bowl with matching plate, 20th century, each decorated with a dragon amongst blossom and chrysanthemums within a lotus flower and scroll border, each with four character "De Long Ding Zhi". Diameters 33.8 cm and 20.8 cm.

Sold for £380

Lot 93

A near pair of Chinese porcelain hat stands, 20th century, one decorated with a female in landscape and inscribed poem and seal mark, the other with dogs beneath a pine tree, each with gilt rims. 28.8 cm and 28.3 cm respectively (see illustration).

Sold for £1000

Lot 94

Six Chinese blue and white export plates, 18th century, decorated with either landscape or floral sprays. 23.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £180

Lot 95

A pair of Chinese blue and white export plates, 18th century, each decorated with a mountainous landscape and an 18th century soup bowl decorated with peony and prunus with butterfly borders. Diameters 23 cm and 22 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 96

A Chinese porcelain bowl and cover, 20th century, decorated with an Emperor with attendants being presented a gilt censer and scrolls, verso figures in clouds looking on a figure with attendant on horseback, small gilt handles, pseudo Qianlong stamped mark, and a 20th century Chinese porcelain bowl depicting 18th century Europeans on horseback with foxhounds, pseudo six character mark to base. Bowl and cover height 20.5 cm, bowl diameter 25.5 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 97

Two Chinese blue and white export lozenge shaped dishes, 18th century, the smaller example with a watery landscape and dwellings, the other with bamboo, peony, asters and rock work. Diameters 30 cm and 36.5 cm.

Sold for £180

Lot 98

A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, early Meiji period, each decorated with a Samurai and attendant and verso with golden pheasant and birds amongst blossoming flowers, one with a vignette of Mount Fuji and a waterfall, the other with a forest scene and lake scene, each upon shaped bases decorated with vignettes amongst spiders webs. 29 cm high.

Sold for £85

Lot 99

Two Chinese export bowls, 19th century the smaller example in famille rose pattern of a garden scene of flowering peony and rock work, the other in famille verte with floral sprigs beneath garlands. 20.5 cm and 26 cm respectively.

Sold for £20

Lot 100

A Japanese Imari fan shaped dish, together with four Imari scalloped plates, the fan shaped dish diameter 27 cm, the plates 21.5 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 101

A Chinese porcelain vase and cover, late 19th century, in famille verte palette, depicting boys at play within a garden landscape, height 22.5 cm a ginger jar, late 19th century, decorated with a figure on horseback, ladies in a chariot and attendants, pseudo four character Qianlong mark, height 20.5 cm, and a further ginger jar and cover with panels of flowering plants, pseudo six character Qianlong mark, height 14 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 102

A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, decorated with a peacock and crane amongst blossoming flowers and two Mandarin ducks all beneath a pine tree, a poem verso, height 42 cm, and a 20th century Chinese vase decorated with a peacock amongst peony and blossom, the reverse with an inscribed poem, height 27.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 103

A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, late 19th century, a Chinese crackleware ginger jar and famille verte palette fruit bowl. Vases height 25 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 104

A Chinese soapstone carving of Guanyin, early 20th century, standing on a scrolling base, height 41 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 105

A small Japanese porcelain charger, marked for Tecuka, early Taisho, decorated with enamels with flowers in a basket all within a floral border with blue ground, inscribed and impressed marks to the underside. 31 cm diameter, together with a Yamatoku blue and white charger, circa 1910, decorated with panels of mountainous landscapes and bamboo between flying cranes, impressed seal mark. 37 cm diameter.

Sold for £30

Lot 106

A Japanese porcelain bowl, circa 1900, decorated throughout with gilt blue and white Manchurian cranes, inscribed four character seal type mark together with an Imari scalloped bowl and Izegara scalloped bowl. 22.5 cm and 24.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 107

A Japanese Seto porcelain pail, late 19th century, decorated with flowers surrounded by leaves and Karakusa type scrolls, signed to the underside Dai Nippon, Seto Kato Shigeju zo. 14 cm diameter, 13.5 cm high.

Sold for £25

Lot 108

A large Japanese cloisonne charger, Meiji period, decorated with two Manchurian cranes amongst flowers, the underside with ammonite scrolls. 45.5 cm diameter, together with a small Japanese cloisonne bowl, two cloisonne pink dishes and a vase (5).

Sold for £90

Lot 109

Three Japanese cloisonne dishes, late Meiji period, each decorated with birds amongst flowers, all against a sky blue ground with key, lozenge or floral borders. 24.5 cm and 30.5 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 110

Three Chinese blue and white vases, late 19th century, two with four character pseudo Kangxi marks and a Canton enamel teapot. Tallest 26.3 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 111

A Japanese Kutani charger, decorated with five Sages reading a scroll amongst bamboo, a Japanese Izegara blue and white scalloped plate depicting the seven scholars of the bamboo grove and a further Izegara plate. 28.5 cm and 31 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 112

A pair of Japanese Imari porcelain octagonal plates, a Japanese blue and white plate with landscape decoration, the underside with bats and Lingzhi, Aoki mark and a Japanese blue and white dish decorated with a peacock. 20.5 cm and 32.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 113

A large Japanese porcelain charger, early 20th century, decorated with peony and rock work with birds, all within a floral border with scrolls amongst a black ground. 46 cm diameter, together with a Japanese porcelain dragon plate, early 20th century, decorated with two green dragons and circling a flaming pearl, impressed mark and three character marks Nippon Tsukuru. 37 cm diameter.

Sold for £45

Lot 114

A carved wood figure of a deity, early 20th century. 24 cm high.

Sold for £20

Lot 115

A Japanese bronze vase, late Meiji period, with elephant mask handles and with relief cast decoration of a hawk and birds amongst branches above a pierced base cast with peony and scrolls. Height 21.7 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 116

A Chinese blue and white onion shaped vase, late 19th century, decorated with prunus against a cracked ice ground. Height 30.5 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 117

A Japanese cloisonne vase, circa 1900, decorated with two Manchurian cranes in flight above blossoming flowers against a mirror black ground. Height 36.5 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 118

A Chinese Blanc de Chine figure, with table lamp mount. Height including light fitting 28.5 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 119

A Chinese silver gilt and enamelled nail guard, inset with semiprecious stones, cased. Length 9 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 120

A Sancai glazed ginger jar and cover, seal mark for Wang Bing Rong, decorated in relief with mystical beasts to include Qilin & Luduan, all on rock work surrounded by spuming waves against a turquoise ground. Height 14.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 121

A small Japanese carved hardwood Netsuke, carved as a seated or cross legged man howling in pain as he holds an implement to his chest. 3.4 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 122

A Japanese carved hardwood Okimono of Shoki and Oni, 19th century, Shoki holding his sword the Oni behind him standing on his robes. 4.1 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 123

A late 19th century Cantonese charger, decorated with panels of figures, birds and flowers. Diameter 38 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 124

A pair of cloisonne vases, early 20th century, each with flared lip and metal ribs, each decorated with lotus against a turquoise ground and of typical foliate pattern. Height 31.5 cm excluding wooden stands (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 125

Three Chinese blue and white ginger jars, and a collection of blue and white tea bowls, one polychrome tea bowl and a Japanese Kangxi style bowl and saucer by Hichozan Shinpo-Sei. Tallest 11.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 126

A Japanese Satsuma vase, decorated with figures and with red seal mark to base. Height 25 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 127

A Japanese cloisonne hexagonal vase, Meiji period, decorated with a bird amongst blossoming chrysanthemums and flowers against a midnight black ground, on wood stand. Height including stand 33.5 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 128

A Chinese Hongmu vase stand, circa 1900, the square top supported on slender legs united by a lower tier and shaped stretchers. Width 25 cm, height 54.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 129

A Japanese Kutani bowl, late 19th century, the interior decorated with blossoming flowers to include prunus and chrysanthemums, the exterior with blossoming prunus. 24.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £55

Lot 130

A Chinese carved red amber pendant, longevity peaches with jade ball to the suspension. 4 cm x 3.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 131

Two Japanese Fukagawa porcelain vases, 20th century, one with Koransha mark the other Fukagawa Tsukuru. 21.5 cm and 20 cm respectively.

Sold for £50

Lot 132

A late 19th century Sevres style porcelain urn, with metal mounts, handpainted, signed "Hazel". Height 30 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 133

A pair of 19th century Emile Claus porcelain wall brackets, cherubs with garlands of flowers. Height 24 cm, width 21 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 134

A pair of large decorative Chinese porcelain famille verte style vases, the shaped rims above gilt Shi Shi and Chilong, printed and handpainted with fanciful birds and insects on rockwork with auspicious plants of bamboo, peony and prunus blossom. 95.5 cm high.

Lot 135

A pair of large decorative Canton style fishbowls on ebonised stands, the interior decorated with goldfish amongst reeds and lotus, the exterior in typical Canton style with panels of figures framed by floral vignettes against a ground of butterflies, finger citron, peaches and peony on a gilt ground. diameter 48 cm, height including stands, 59.5 cm.

Sold for £550

Lot 136

A Moorcroft "Bramble" pattern squat vase, designed by Sally Tuffin, date cipher for 1991, together with a clematis pattern vase, circa 1960's, both with inscribed and impressed marks, 7 cm and 15.5 cm respectively.

Sold for £40

Lot 137

A Moorcroft "Florian Dream" pattern vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, date code for 2004, Bishop cipher and impressed marks to the underside. 10 cm high.

Sold for £42

Lot 138

A pair of 19th century glass tumblers, engraved "T. Topping", height 14.5 cm, and a Sowerby half pint agate glass beaker, moulded marks, height 12 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 139

An extensive Copeland, late Spode, "Ruins" pattern part dinner service, registration code for 1848, comprising two large turkey plates, four graduated meat plates, two large soup tureens and covers, two vegetable tureens (one cover), a sauce tureen, cover, stand and ladle, twenty eight dinner plates, eighteen soup plates, sixteen dessert plates and five side plates, all with acorn and leaf borders, the tureen handles heightened with gilding, printed and impressed marks (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 140

A Chinese pagoda wash jug and bowl set by Chetham, Robinson and Son, circa 1840, with brown printed decoration heightened with green and red enamels, comprising wash jug, bowl, toothbrush dish and cover and soap dish, cover and drainer, printed marks.

Sold for £35

Lot 141

A Walter Moorcroft "Anemone" vase, having a shaded green ground, inscribed initials and impressed marks. 18 cm high.

Sold for £85

Lot 142

A Spode Copeland china dessert set, late 19th/early 20th century, with printed decoration of Canton treasures and exotic bird, all against an apple green ground comprising two oval dishes, two square dishes, a petal shaped dish and twelve dessert plates (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 143

A set of six Victorian pressed blue glass goblets, with relief moulded scrolling decoration, a larger example and a further hobnail example, tallest 15 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 144

An amber glass decanter, four Edwardian green tinged wine glasses and a set of five hand blown green bubble glass sundae dishes.

Sold for £10

Lot 145

A pair of Carltonware dwarf twin branch dressing table candlesticks, and a Carltonware match striker.

Lot 146

A Myott Son & Co Art Deco vase, the top with five apertures upon a square stepped and tapering body decorated with flowers in orange and brown, printed marks, shape number 8942, height 21.8 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 147

A quantity of William Adams Chinese pattern blue and white wares, comprising jugs, candlesticks, cups, tankards, bowls, plates and a pickle dish, each with printed mark to the underside (20).

Sold for £60

Lot 148

A Strathearn paperweight and two others, the latter two with ground pontils, tallest 5 cm, widest 7 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 149

An extensive Paragon "Victoriana Rose" dinner and tea service, comprising 10 dinner plates, 11 dessert plates, 7 soup bowls, 8 side plates, 8 dessert bowls, 8 cereal bowls, 7 consomme bowls and stands, meat plates, cake plates, serving dishes, sandwich trays, egg cups, 2 tureens, covers and stands, sucrier, jugs etc.

Sold for £350

Lot 150

A Continental porcelain bowl, late 19th century, with applied porcelain snowdrops, the bowl in the Meissen style decorated with exotic birds and insects. Height 15.5 cm, diameter 12 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 151

A Colclough part tea set, comprising 12 cups, 10 saucers and 11 side plates, pattern B577.

Sold for £35

Lot 152

A 19th century Staffordshire flat back figure "Fortune Teller", the figures beneath a fruiting vine bocage, height 29.7 cm and a pair of Sitzendorf porcelain figures of flower sellers.

Sold for £32

Lot 153

A Royal Doulton "Edward VIII" loving cup, designed by Charles Noke, limited edition No 25/2000, printed marks to the underside. Height 26 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 154

Two Royal Doulton original Sung "Jintan" vases, limited edition numbers 29 and 158/350, millennium editions, factory printed applied and inscribed marks. 28.5 cm high.

Sold for £110

Lot 155

Spode blue and white "Italian" pattern dinnerware, comprising 8 dinner plates, 7 dessert plates, 7 x 19 cm diameter side plates, 10 smaller side plates, 6 soup bowls, 6 cereal bowls, gravy boat and stand.

Sold for £280

Lot 156

Three Iznik pottery flasks, early 20th century, of square rectangular and triform, each decorated with either birds or fish and an Iznik style vase. Tallest 17.2 cm.

Sold for £45

Lot 157

A Potschappel porcelain jug and bowl, early 20th century, hand painted with floral sprays beneath gilt borders, factory marks, pattern number 132/154. 33.5 cm high.

Lot 158

A Royal Doulton silver lustre dished plate, early 20th century, decorated with a fanciful bird against a trellis background, all within a moulded gadrooned rim, green printed marks and inscribed H Martin. 31.8 cm diameter.

Lot 159

A small Wedgwood Jasperware cache pot, a Minton Haddon Hall cake stand and a late 19th century Jackfield type teapot with relief moulded panels of flowers.

Lot 160

A Copeland's china 6 place blue and white willow pattern tea set, late 19th century, with rib moulded bodies and gilt rims, factory printed marks.

Lot 161

Cranberry glass, comprising two tall neck vases, a squat bulbous vase and a cream jug. Tallest 18.5 cm.

Sold for £22

Lot 162

A collection of eight Prattware pot lids, 19th century, to include "On Guard", "Uncle Toby", "The Times", "The Enthusiast", "The Late Prince Consort", "The Village Wedding" and "Shrimpers", all with bases.

Sold for £48

Lot 163

Six 19th century Staffordshire pottery figures, to include "Highlanders", "Little Red Riding Hood" amongst others. Tallest 26 cm.

Lot 164

A Staffordshire pearl ware figure "The Snuff Taker", an Allerton's lustre glaze Toby jug and a small Toby pot. Tallest 23.5 cm.

Lot 165

An early 19th century Staffordshire pottery Toby jug, the handle with moulded human torso, modelled holding a jug and glass with sponge ware decorated base and similar to the hat interior. 25 cm high.

Lot 166

Royal Doulton, comprising two plates "Juliet" and "Portia", two figures "Fair Lady" and "Elegance" and a small character jug.

Sold for £20

Lot 167

Six French and German porcelain trinket boxes, the lids decorated with either flowers, courting couples or landscape scenes. Widest 7 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 168

Six Continental porcelain trinket boxes, decorated with either courting couples, fishing boat or floral sprays. Widest 8 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 169

Six Continental porcelain trinket boxes, decorated with flowers or figures.

Sold for £22

Lot 170

A Noritake porcelain coffee set, comprising 6 coffee cans and saucers, sucrier, cream jug and coffee pot.

Sold for £32

Lot 171

A silver mounted cut glass decanter, CJ Vander, Birmingham 1973, with moulded three ring neck above hobnail and cut bands. Height 28.5 cm, together with four other cut glass and moulded decanters. Tallest 27.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 172

A Helena Wolfsohn porcelain Marley horse, late 19th century, factory monogram, 24.5 cm high.

Sold for £75

Lot 173

A pair of Royal Bonn pottery vases, circa 1880/90, decorated with chrysanthemums outlined with gilding, printed, impressed and inscribed marks. 23 cm high.

Sold for £60

Lot 174

An Edwardian Royal Crown Derby comport, and two shell shaped dishes, each with hand painted floral sprays with royal blue border and relief moulded gilt heightened scrolls, printed and impressed marks, pattern number 7185. Diameters 22 cm and 23 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 175

A Meissen style porcelain bottle vase and cover, late 19th century, the cover with floral knop, the body decorated with floral sprigs and insects, blue crossed sword marks to the underside, impressed number 2, 26.5 cm high and a Meissen porcelain plate, 19th century, with hand painted floral spray decoration, underglaze blue crossed sword and star marks and impressed numbers 12A, 23.7 cm diameter.

Sold for £70

Lot 176

A set of six Nymphenburg porcelain dessert plates, early 20th century, each with hand painted floral spray decoration framed by a pierced and moulded C scroll border, heightened with gilding. diameter 21 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 177

An Austrian style cabaret tray, early 20th century, with printed decoration to the centre of The Three Graces beside a cherub with lyre, all between a segmented border and with raised and shaped rim, gilt handles and printed marks. Diameter 37 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 178

A Moorcroft pansy pattern vase, mid 20th century, with shaded green/blue ground, impressed factory marks, 10.8 cm high.

Sold for £70

Lot 179

A Moorcroft hibiscus pattern trinket box and cover, mid 20th century, against a sage green ground, printed factory marks. 9.5 cm x 7 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 180

A large Goebel pottery pigs head, 20th century, modelled with an apple its mouth, printed marks, 29 cm high, 34 cm at widest point, 32 cm deep.

Sold for £130

Lot 181

A Royal Albert "Old Country Roses" pattern part tea, coffee, fruit and sandwich set, comprising 6 teacups, 6 saucers, 5 coffee cups with 6 saucers, 2 breakfast saucers, sandwich tray with 6 side plates, milk jug, cream jug, 2 condiments, 2 sugar bowls, large fruit bowl with 6 cereal dishes, teapot, coffee pot and an oval plate.

Sold for £110

Lot 182

A Mason's patent ironstone china part dinner service, early 19th century, comprising 14 dinner plates, 4 side plates, 2 large meat plates, 4 rectangular graduated plates, sauce tureen and cover, tureen stand, 2 square bowls and a hydra jug, factory impressed and printed marks, largest meat plate 52 cm wide x 42.5 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 183

A pair of Susie Cooper "Gardenia" vegetable tureens and covers.

Lot 184

An extensive Royal Crown Derby "Derby Posies" dinner, tea and coffee service, comprising 9 matching dinner plates, 6 dessert plates, large tureen and cover, 7 consomme bowls, 2 preserve pots, 4 egg cups, 6 small shaped dishes, coffeepot, small teapot, 12 saucers, 6 coffee can saucers, 7 side plates, 2 sandwich plates, 6 teacups, 7 coffee cups, a boxed sugar bowl and cream jug, and other items together with a Denby Rockingham floral festival pattern teapot.

Sold for £280

Lot 185

A Wetheriggs pottery attributed slip ware dish, 19th century, with white trailed slip decoration against a brown glazed body, two others similar, a fourth rectangular dish with banded decoration, incised to the underside G. Owen-Jones. Widest 42 cm x 33 cm.

Lot 186

Attributed to Walther and Sohne, an Art Deco frosted blue glass table centrepiece, the moulded semi nude female figure upon a posy stand in turn above the shaped bowl with relief moulded fruits and leaves. Diameter 30 cm, height 26 cm.

Lot 187

A Royal Worcester porcelain plaque, mid 20th century, the hand painted decoration depicting the English coast, signed D Shinnie, black printed marks verso and inscribed RS/BBH, mounted within a gilt frame. Image 17 cm x 11.5 cm.

Lot 188

A Bohemian green on clear overlay glass fruit bowl, 20th century, having a castellated type rim above the typical cut glass body. Interior diameter 22 cm.

Lot 189

A Beswick connoisseur model of Nijinsky, Lester Piggott up, 1970 winner of the English Triple Crown on wood plinth. Height 32 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 190

A Border Fine Arts "Percheron Supreme Champion", limited edition number 828/950, designed by Anne Wall in dapple grey colour way and with wooden plinth in original fitted box with certificate. Height 26 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 191

A Border Fine Arts "Suffolk Stallion", designed by Anne Wall, number 685/950, with certificate and in original box. 24.5 cm high.

Sold for £80

Lot 192

A Victorian Harrach glass and enamel vase, decorated with a bird amongst leafy branches against a salmon pink ground supported upon three gilt legs with anthemion decoration. Height 30 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 193

A Loetz Art Nouveau Creta Papillon twin handled vase, circa 1900, with wavy gilt rim and inverted tapering reeded handles upon a bulbous body, with ground pontil. Height 28 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 194

A Loetz Art Nouveau Creta green glass vase, with trailed swag decoration, ground pontil. 25.5 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 195

A Safi earthenware vase, with Isnik decoration, inscribed marks to the underside. Height 19 cm, together with a Turkish Kutanya pottery plate, depicting figures on horseback with black and turquoise ground. 31 cm diameter.

Lot 196

A Royal Albert "Gossamer" harlequin twelve place tea set, with gilt rims, factory printed marks.

Sold for £50

Lot 197

A pair of cut glass bowls and covers, one with stand, height 20 cm, a pair of cut glass knife rests, a 19th century boat shaped salt and a ruby flash bell shaped cover.

Lot 198

A New Hall attributed spiral fluted teapot, circa 1800, with hand painted floral spray decoration, a pearl ware bullet shaped teapot with hand painted floral spray decoration (lacking lid), and a 19th century transfer printed teapot depicting a shepherdess with sheep and cattle and a musician reclining against a tree.

Sold for £20

Lot 199

A 19th century child's pottery tea set, for six place settings, with colour printed decoration.

Sold for £20

Lot 200

A collection of glassware, to include a Wedgwood blue glass candlestick, Whitefriars bubble glass vase, Murano glass vase and bowl, the vase decorated with irises, and a paperweight. Tallest 23 cm. (6).

Sold for £50