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Winter Antique & Fine Art Sale 3rd December 2014

03-12-2014
Wednesday 3rd December 10am

On view Sat 29th November 9am - 12.30pm & Mon & Tues 1st & 2nd December 9am - 4.30pm

Online bidding available for this sale through www.the-saleroom.com

(AR) indicates that this item may be a qualifying item for Droit de Suite Royalty charges.  The resale of works by living artists and those deceased up to 70 years before sale date is now subject to a 4% levy provided the net selling price is 1000 euros or over.  This is payable by the purchaser.

 

ORDER OF SALE

Order of Sale 

Commencing at 10am
Lots 1 - 133 Glassware
Lots 142 - 206 Silver
Lots 217 - 281 Novelty Silver & Bijouterie
Lots 282 - 438 Stamps, Coins, Watches & Jewellery

Commencing at 1.30pm
Lots 451 - 598 Pictures
Lots 601 - 643 Works of Art
Lots 651 - 674 Clocks & Mechanical Music
Lots 681 - 767 Furniture
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1 Estimated Price: 150-180 / Actual Price 220

A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN JUGS, 1896, of lobed globular form with coral twig handles, painted in polychrome enamels with loose bunches of summer flowers on a blush ivory ground, puce mark, shape 1507, 9" high
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2 Estimated Price: 150-180 / Actual Price 210

A ROYAL WORCESTER SHALLOW BOWL, 1929, of plain circular form, painted in polychrome enamels by Moseley with a still life of two apples, white and black grapes on a mossy banking, signed, puce mark, 5 1/2" diameter (Illustrated)
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3 Estimated Price: 150-180 / Actual Price 270

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN TEA PLATE, 1927, of plain circular form, painted in polychrome enamels by H G Moseley with a still life of two apples and blackberries on a mossy banking, signed, puce mark, 6" diameter (Illustrated)
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4 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 170

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN PIN TRAY, 1937, of canted oblong form, painted in polychrome enamels by Harry Ayrton with a still life of two pears and black grapes on a mossy banking, signed, puce mark, 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" (Illustrated)
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5 Estimated Price: 300-400 / Actual Price 250

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN VASE, 1912, of lobed rounded tapering cylindrical form, painted in polychrome enamels by Jas. Stinton with a vignette of two highland cattle in a misty mountainous landscape on an ivory ground below a strapwork rim in blush ivory and gilt, signed, green mark, shape 291/H, 3 1/2" high (Illustrated)
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6 Estimated Price: 250-350 / Actual Price 250

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN BUD VASE, 1917 (?), of baluster form with high flared neck, painted in polychrome enamels by Jas. Stinton with a cock pheasant amidst gorse in a landscape vignette, signed, green mark, shape 702/G, 5 1/2" high (Illustrated)
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7 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 110

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN SMALL TEACUP AND SAUCER, 1923, painted in polychrome enamels by Edward Townsend with a still life of peaches, blackberries and strawberries on a mossy banking, cup with gilt exterior, signed, puce mark, saucer 3 3/4" diameter (Illustrated)
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8 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 290

A ROYAL WORCESTER SMALL BOWL, 1939, internally and externally painted in polychrome enamels by Harry Ayrton with a still life of apples, white grapes, cherries and redcurrants on a mossy banking, signed, blue mark, 2" diameter, 1" high (Illustrated)
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9 Estimated Price: 150-180 / Actual Price 110

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN VASE, 1956, of flared cylindrical form with rounded shoulders, painted in polychrome enamels by J. Smith with a still life vignette of apples and blackberries on a mossy banking, signed, black mark, 4" high together with a similar pin tray of shaped oblong form, 1935, painted by Freeman with a still life of apples and blackberries, signed, puce mark, 2 1/2" x 4" (2) (Illustrated)
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10 Estimated Price: 80-120 / Actual Price 90

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER, c.1921, of ovoid form with two fixed triple pendant husk handles printed in black with oval panels of stylised flowers and overpainted in green, yellow and blue with gilded highlights on a powder blue ground, puce mark, shape 2712, 6 1/2" high overall
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11 Estimated Price: 120-150

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA PART TEA SERVICE, 1878, painted in polychrome enamels with loose bouquets of flowers including gorse, violets and blossoms, comprising four each bucket shaped cups, saucers and tea plates and a bread and butter plate, puce mark (13)
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21 Estimated Price: 150-200

A CONTINENTAL MAJOLICA NOVELTY JUG, late 19th century, in the form of an open mouthed frog on top of a gourd, in shades of green and brown, indistinct painted numerals, 6 1/2" high, together with a majolica table centrepiece of lobed oval form, moulded and applied in high relief with swags issuing from two black satyr mask handles enclosing bird moulded panels in shades of brown, yellow and green, with pink interior and Whieldon type base, unmarked, 15" wide (2)
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22 Estimated Price: 500-800 / Actual Price 400

THREE FRENCH PORCELAIN CANS AND SAUCERS, mid 19th century, painted in polychrome enamels with bust portraits of Mmes. de Villeneuve, de la Sabliere and Neker (sic), all on blue grounds with jewelled and gilded borders, one saucer centred by musical trophies, one with harvesting implements and the smallest with a rose and forget-me-not monogram (Mdm. Elisabeth), all variously marked and inscribed, cans 3" and 2 1/4" high, saucers 5 3/4", 5 1/2" and 5 1/4" diameter (Illustrated)
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23 Estimated Price: 150-250 / Actual Price 100

A CREAMWARE JUG, c.1800, of plain rounded cylindrical form with plain handle, on-glaze printed in black with "The Butchers' Arms" and "The End of Peace - The Upright Man" with a figure of a sailor standing in landscape beneath a pair of calipers over a verse "Use what thou hast to do ...", print signed "T. Baddeley, Hanley", jug unmarked, 6 1/2" high
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24 Estimated Price: 100-150

A STAFFORDSHIRE EARTHENWARE ROYAL COMMEMORATIVE JUG, 1831, printed in underglaze lilac with portraits of William IV and Queen Adelaide, 5 1/4" high, together with a similar thickly potted baluster jug printed in puce with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on a copper lustre highlighted blue ground, 7 3/4" high over handle (2)
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25 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 30

A FRENCH FAIENCE TOBY JUG AND COVER, late 19th century, modelled as a seated female wearing a green and blue diapered head-dress, yellow trimmed apron over a sprigged dress and clogs, the cover with pewter mount and thumbpiece, indistinctly marked, 11 1/2" high
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26 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 70

A VICTORIAN MEASHAM EARTHENWARE TEAPOT AND COVER of baluster form, the high domed cover with miniature teapot finial, moulded and applied with a panel "A Present to a Friend" and with typical sprigging on a mottled brown ground, 12" high
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27 Estimated Price: 180-250

A GERMAN PORCELAIN PLAQUE, late 19th century, of plain oval form, painted in polychrome enamels with a three quarter length portrait of the Virgin Mary wearing a red gown, white veil and gold crown, holding the infant Christ in a blue robe and gold crown, and holding an orb, 6" x 4 1/4", in a diaper and bead chased German white metal hanging frame, 9" x 7"
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28 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 120

AN EXTENSIVE CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE, painted in polychrome enamels with scattered posies and flowers and gilt highlights, comprising oval meat plate, low pedestal stand, fruit bowl, two handled soup tureen and stand, two handled sucrier and cover, sauce tureen stand, pair of vegetable tureens, fourteen 9 1/4" plates, twelve 9" soup plates, fourteen 7 1/4" plates and six other items (56)
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29 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 90

A COLLECTION OF FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN, c.1770's, comprising a "Fence" pattern teapot and cover, a "Three Flowers" pattern coffee cup and two tea bowls, a "Cannonball" pattern bowl and a "Mansfield" pattern coffee cup, variously marked, together with two other saucers (8)
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