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Friday November 17th
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CATALOGUE

Winter Sale 7th December 2011

07-12-2011
Winter Sale 7th December 2011 commencing 10am

ORDER OF SALE

Order of Sale commencing 10am Lot 1-111 Ceramics & Glassware, 121-202 Silverware, 221-256 Bijouterie, 261-281 Watches, 291-308 Coins, 312-473 Jewellery

Commencing 1.30pm 478-489 Prints, 490-517 Miniatures, 530-567 Watercolours, 570-629 Oils, 641-690 Yorkshire Pictures, 691-750 Works of Art, 752-764 Clocks, 771-880 Furniture
Further entries invited for this sale no later than Monday 31stOctober 2011
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1 Estimated Price: 150-250 / Actual Price 40

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN COFFEE POT of baluster form painted in polychrome enamels with summer flowers, unmarked, 7" high, together with a matched cover
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2 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 70

A BLOOR DERBY PORCELAIN EWER of ovoid form with high frilled rim, scroll handle with satyr mask terminal, on a waisted fluted socle and square foot, painted in polychrome enamels with loose bouquets of summer flowers on a white ground, printed mark, 11" high
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3 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 160

A PAIR OF GERMAN PORCELAIN MODELS OF PUGS, late 19th century, seated with free standing fore-legs, and wearing blue and gilt ribbon collars with bells, one impressed 1560, 7 1/4" high
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4 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 120

"KIRKSTALL ABBEY, YORKSHIRE", an earthenware meat plate, early 19th century, of plain rounded oblong form, printed in underglaze blue with the scene from the "Antique Scenery" series, printed marks, 17" wide
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5 Estimated Price: 150-180

A PAIR OF SITZENDORF PORCELAIN FIGURES, late 19th century, modelled as a male lute player and female dancer, both wearing 18th century style dress, standing on naturalistically modelled bases on gilt highlighted rococo scroll supports, marked in blue, 10 1/4" x 10 3/4" high
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6 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 30

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN STAND, 1929, of plain circular form, the outer border painted by Rushton with a continuous still life of fruits, within chased gilt rims enclosing a cobalt blue band, signed, puce mark, 9" diameter
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7 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 180

A LARGE SPODE EARTHENWARE MEAT PLATE, early 19th century, of shaped oblong form, printed in underglaze blue with a basket of flowers within a leaf and basket border, marked Spode, 18" x 22 1/2"
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8 Estimated Price: 350-500 / Actual Price 360

A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA EARTHENWARE VASES, late 19th century, of slightly flared cylindrical form with waisted neck and flattened shoulders, painted in typical enamels and gilt with a continuous "Daiymo" procession, the shoulders with a multi lappet band, marked, 9 1/2" high (Illustrated)
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9 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 190

A MINTON GLAZED PARIAN CENTREPIECE BOWL, c.1860's/70's, the pierced shaped oval celadon basket supported by two fauns holding laurel wreaths and with two antique style head portraits within raised gilt borders, on a quatrefoil foot, impressed Minton, date cypher unclear, 9 1/2" wide, 5 1/2" high
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10 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 45

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN DESSERT DISH of shaped oval form with naturalistic twig handle and applied flowerhead terminals, centrally painted in polychrome enamels with summer flowers within a flowerhead pierced border, unmarked, 10 1/4" x 8 1/4"
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11 Estimated Price: 120-150 / Actual Price 150

A GERMAN PORCELAIN MODEL of a begging pug dog wearing a gilt collar and padlock, incised 855, 4 3/4" high
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12 Estimated Price: 360-420

A ROYAL DUX PORCELAIN MODEL of an English and French bulldog, on a naturalistically moulded oval base, in typical enamels, patch mark, 7" high, 12 1/2" wide
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13 Estimated Price: 400-500 / Actual Price 280

A COMPOSITE PAIR OF "VIENNA" PORCELAIN POT POURRI VASES AND COVERS, late 19th century, of ovoid form with high angular handles on waisted stems and square bases, each painted in polychrome enamels with two oval panels of Continental fisher folk, on a cobalt blue ground highlighted in gilt, marked in underglaze blue, unsigned, 11 3/4" high
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14 Estimated Price: 150-180

A ROYAL CROWN DERBY CHINA MINIATURE COAL HELMET, Imari pattern No. 2149, printed marks, 2 1/4" high, together with a similar miniature cauldron with fixed handle and three peg feet, 2 1/2" high (2)
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15 Estimated Price: 150-180

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN BISCUIT BARREL AND COVER, 1907, of lobed ovoid form, painted in typical palette with summer flowers on a blush ivory ground, puce mark, shape 1412, 7" high
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16 Estimated Price: 150-180

A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN VASE, 1894, with flared neck, two winged handles and pear shaped body painted with flowers on an ivory ground, puce mark, shape 1327, 9" high
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17 Estimated Price: 150-250

TWO ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN POT POURRIS AND COVERS, 1903, one of lobed low conical form with bamboo handles, lift off pierced cover and inner cover, painted with flowers on a blush ivory ground, green mark, shape 1326, 4" high, and a squat globular vase, 1912, enamelled with roses and lilies, puce mark, shape 2454, 5" high
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18 Estimated Price: 200-300

A PAIR OF FRENCH BISQUE PORCELAIN FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS modelled as a couple in medieval style dress and part armour, enamelled in pastel colours and gilt, both holding lobed urn sconces on their shoulders, standing on rope twist moulded circular bases, with matching flower encrusted "stoppers", unmarked, 14" high
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19 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 45

A PRATTWARE MONEY BOX, early 19th century, modelled in the form of a house with chimney and two large figures flanking each side, painted in blue, ochre, green and black, 5" high
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20 Estimated Price: 80-120 / Actual Price 40

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN COFFEE CUP of ribbed cylindrical form, painted in polychrome enamels with flowers below a gilt highlighted blue border, underglaze crescent, 2 1/2" high, together with a Derby porcelain milk jug, of finely shanked flared cylindrical form, painted in gilt with floral sprays below a blue band, puce mark, pattern number 54/3, 3" high (2)
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