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Order of Sale commencing 10am Lots 1-79 Ceramics & Glassware, 111-324 Silverware, 341-380 Watches & Coins, 391-528 Jewellery
Commencing 2pm 541-688 Pictures, 702-778 Works of Art & Textiles, 780-829 Weapons, 841-852 Clocks & Barometers, 857-982 Furniture
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1 Estimated Price: 150-250 / Actual Price 260
A COLLECTION OF FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER AND CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN comprising a Worcester "Mother and Child" pattern saucer, "Fisherman and Cormorant" pattern coffee cup, "Temple" pattern sparrow beak ribbed jug, Caughley "Fisherman and Cormorant" pattern tea canister (Worcester cover), and a sparrow beak ribbed jug (matched cover) (5)
A CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE AND COVER of inverted baluster form, painted in underglaze blue with Chinese acrobats including a tightrope walker and juggler, in open landscape below a diapered and foliate border, bears mark, 8 1/2" high (Illustrated)
A SPODE STONE CHINA PEN TRAY, c.1825, of lobed oblong form, printed in underglaze blue and over painted in gilt on a mazarine blue ground with a bird amidst flowering branches, marked in burnt orange, 10 1/2" x 3 1/2"
A MASONS PATENT IRONSTONE PART SERVICE, printed and overpainted in colours with pattern No.3645 and comprising twenty dinner plates, and a pair of sauce tureen stands and a tureen stand, puce mark, plates 10" diameter (23)
A LARGE COALPORT CHINA VASE AND COVER, 20th century, of slender urn form, with two angular handles, waisted neck on similar socle and stepped circular base, painted in colours with two oval landscapes within gilt highlighted ecru panels on a cobalt blue ground, unsigned, marked in green, 21 1/2" high (Illustrated)
A CHINESE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT of domed circular form, the neck applied with a salamander, and painted in underglaze blue with two dragons chasing a flaming pearl, four character mark, 2 1/4" high (Illustrated)
A COALPORT CHINA VASE AND COVER, 20th century, of ovoid form with swept shoulders, two reeded handles with ram's mask terminals, on stiff leaf moulded domed base, painted by E O Ball with a vignette of Ross Castle within a gilt rococo scroll border, the reverse painted with a spray of summer flowers on a cobalt blue ground within ecru borders, signed, marked in green, 17" high (Illustrated)
A GOODWIN AND HARRIS EARTHENWARE JUG, c.1830's, of lobed baluster form, printed in underglaze lilac with "Our Beloved King William 4th" (sic) and "Our Amiable Queen Adelaide", within foliate borders, printed mark, 7 1/2" high
A JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN VASE, late 19th century, of baluster form, painted in typical palette with a panel of five young boys playing marbles, and a panel of a finch perched upon a blossoming branch, on a scroll ground with scattered gilt chrysanthemum heads, marked in iron red, 9 3/4" high
A JAPANESE PORCELAIN KORO AND COVER, late 19th century, of square section, the domed cover with two pierced panels and shi-shi knop, elephant mask handles, and raised upon four leaf feet, painted in the Imari palette and green with figures playing a board game, and an open landscape with bridge, within geometric borders, unmarked, 4 1/2" square
AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, early 19th century, painted in blue, burnt orange and gilt with a border of flowers and comprising fourteen bute shaped tea cups, eight coffee cans, twelve saucers, slop basin, saucer dish and sucrier cover (37)
A CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE, late 18th century, of plain circular form, painted in underglaze blue with a central vignette of three figures in an interior, the diapered border rim with four other figural panels, six character mark to base, 10 1/2" high (Illustrated)
A CHINESE PORCELAIN TEA BOWL of flared cylindrical form, painted in underglaze blue with three scrolling foliate panels highlighted in gilt, unmarked, 2 3/4" high, together with a stand of circular form, the wide flange painted in underglaze blue with a continuous landscape with figures, trees and a house, later highlighted in gilt, unmarked, 6 1/2" diameter (2) (Illustrated)
A JAPANESE PORCELAIN DISH, late 19th century, copying a 17th century Chinese original, of shaped circular form, painted in polychrome enamels with four figures on a gilt cloud ground within a diapered border, underglaze blue pseudo six character mark, 12" diameter