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An Attractive Near Pair Of Early 19thC Chinese, Canton, Saucers Painted In A Typical Famille Rose Palette With Ladies On A Terrace.
130mm Diameter.
Circa 1840.
Excellent Condition.

 

        
 

Price: $140.00
Stock Number: X6

 


An Immaculate Pair Of Early 19thC Chinese, Canton, Cylindrical Vases With Everted Rims, Applied And Gilded Buddhistic Lion Handles And Salamanders, Painted In A Typical Palette With Panels Of A Man At A Window And Birds, Flowers And Insects.
298mm High.
Circa 1850.
Excellent Conditon.

 

     

     


 

Price: $850.00
Stock Number: X7

 


A Gorgeous Little Early 19thC Spode Jug With Gilded Scroll Handle And Gilded Rim, The Body Painted In An Imari Palette With A Chinese Style Fenced Garden.
84mm High.
Painted Spode Mark.
Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition.

 

     
 

Price: $285.00
Stock Number: X12

 


A Gorgeous Little Late 19th/Early 20thC Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Jug With Simple Scroll Handle And Incised And Beaded Decoration.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1900.
125mm High.
Excellent Condition.

 

           


 

Price: $125.00
Stock Number: X23

 


A Most Decorative Majolica Campana Shape Urn Decorated In Relief With Scantily Draped Figures On A Square Base.
323mm High.
Probably Continental, Probably 20thC.
Excellent Condition.

 

        

     


 

Price: $480.00
Stock Number: X24

 


A Statuesque Large Victorian Brick Red Earthenware Jug With Rudimentary Loop Handle, The Interiour Slip Glazed.
349mm High.
Circa 1860.
Excellent Original Condition, Two Tiny Rim Chips, With A Lovely And Probably Unintended Touch Of Dribbling Glaze At The Rim.

        


 

Price: $285.00
Stock Number: V759

 


A Chinese Kangxi Period Blue And White Moulded Circular Plate Painted Internally With A Repeating Flowerhead Border And An Insect Hovering Above Chrysanthemum And Peony Issuing From Pierced Rockwork, Externally With Similar Flowerheads And
Painted Underglaze Blue Leaf Mark Within A Double Blue Circle.
219mm Diameter.
Good Condition With To Be Expected Fritting To The Shaped Rim.
 

           


 

Price: $580.00
Stock Number: W662

 


A Large Late 19thC Japanese Blue And White Porcelain Circular Charger Painted With A Character On A Bridge In A River Landscape.
452mm Diameter.
Circa 1900.
Mint Condition.

  


 

Price: $250.00
Stock Number: W781

 


A Mid 19th Century Ironstone Dinner Service, Probably Ridgways, Each Piece Printed And Painted With The Floral Pattern Number 168, The Rims With Green Vignettes Alternating With Blue Leaved Red Flower Stems, Comprising: Twenty Nine Dinner Plates, Fifteen Fruit Plates, Nine Soup Plates, Nine Graded Platters, Two Vegetable Tureens And Covers, Two Sauce Tureens, Stands And One Cover, A Standing Two Handled Bowl And A Standing Round Dish (72) (D) Two of the dinner plates Are Riveted Together. One Vegetable Tureen Is Lacking A Handle, One Cover Is Chipped And The Other Is Glued Together. The Sauce Tureen Cover Handle Has Been Stapled Back.

        

        

        

        

 

Price: $9,800.00

Stock Number: V577

 


A Sensational Pair Of 18thC Dutch Delft Blue And White Octagonal Baluster Vases Painted With A Lady In A Voluminous Dress In A Walled Landscape With Towers, Thre   Relief Moulded Rococo Scrollowork Reserved With Flowering Foliage, The Reverse With Scattered Sprays.
Painted Underglaze Blue Makers Mark "ADW" Not Traced.
Circa 1780.
255mm High.
Excellent Condition With Minor Glaze Losses To The Scrollwork - Adds To The Charm! Nominal Glaze Flakes To The Rims And Feet, Lack Covers.
           

        

        

              

        


 

Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: W322

 


A Late 18thC Dutch Delft Blue And White Plate Painted With Flowering Foliage, The Border With Repeating Single Flower Heads And The Rim With Feather And Eye; Yellow Edge.
Circa 1800.
Good Condition, One Tiny Rim Chip And A Few Glaze Flakes; Rings Well, Stilt Marks To Rear.

 

  

 


 

Price: $75.00
Stock Number: W319

 


A Late 18thC Dutch Delft Blue And White Plate Painted With A Chinese Style Fenced Garden With Pierced Rockwork; Yellow Rim.
227mm Diameter.
Circa 1800.
Very Good Condition, Rings Like A Bell.

 


 

Price: $85.00
Stock Number: W320

 


An Early 19thC Dutch Delft Blue And White Plate Painted With A Vase Of Flowers And Foliage, The Border With Feather And Eye; Yellow Rim.
232mm Diameter.
Circa 1820.
A Visible Only On The Back Vibrating Hairline Crack, A Few Tiny Nibbles To The Yellow Rim Tyical Of An Earthenware Body

  


 

Price: $65.00
Stock Number: W321

 


A Mid Victorian Staffordshire Flatback Watch Stand Modelled As A Cottage With Flowering Vine, A Birds Nest And 2 Scantily Draped Figures - Adam And Eve?
186mm Wide x 255mm High.
Circa 1860.
Excellent Condition.

     

  

       


 

Price: $225.00
Stock Number: CD584

 


A Magnificent Victorian Ironstone Large Rectangular Meat Plate With Shaped Rim, The Whole Decorated In Brick Red, Cobalt Blue, Leaf Green And Salmon Pink, The Well With A Chinese Style Fenced Garden, The Edge With Chrysanthemum And Peony.
Printed Mark, " Real Iron Stone China" Under Crown.
Circa 1850.
Excellent Condition With No Cracks, Chips Or Restoration, Totally Resonant To The Touch, Fabulous Bright Overglaze Enamel Colours With Just A Few Tiny Scratches.
 

  


 

Price: $580.00
Stock Number: CD628

 


From A Canterbury Estate : A Large Collection Of Late 19thC/Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery, 19 Pieces In Total, To Be Offered In The First Instance As A Collection, And, If Not Achieving Asking Price, To Be Sold Individually At A Later Date. The Asking Price Of $4180 Represents An Average Price Per Piece Of $220.

 

 


 

Price: $4,180.00
Stock Number: W268

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Jug Decorated In High Relief With Two Aged Men, Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim, Applied Tablet To The Reverse With Painted Characted Marks.
193mm High.
Good Condition.

        

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W221

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Flattened Basket With High Relief Figures With A Basket Of Fruit, A Further Figure Peering Over The Rim.
159mm High
Suspension Ring Restuck, Otherwise Good Condition.
 

          

      

     


 

Price:
Stock Number: W222

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Mug Of Waisted Cylindrical Form With Relief Ornament Of A Child, Buildings And Pine Trees, Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim.
"Made In Japan" Stamped To Base.
90mm High.
Good Condition.

 

     

     

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W223

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Large Flattened Basket With A Family Of High Relief Monkeys, A Futher Monkey Peering Over The Rim, Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Handle And Rim, An Applied Tablet To The Reverse With Painted Character Marks.
205mm High.
Losses To Monkey At Rear And Tiny Loss To Foot Of Other.
 

        

     

  


 

Price:
Stock Number: W224

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Brush Pot With Relief Decoration Of Two Seated Men, Thick Glaze Pooling From The Rim, Applied Tablet To The Reverse With Character Marks.
94mm High.
Miniscule Glaze Flake To Rim Otherwise Good Condition.

           

                 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W225

 



A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Two Handle Vase Decorated In Relief With Young Fishermen, One With A Rod, The Other With A Fish Benteath Thick Pooling Glaze, The Base With Character Marks.
241mm High.
Good Condition.
 

           

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W226

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Small Baluster Vase With Relief Ornament Of A Figure Beneath Thick Pooling Glaze, Character Marks To Base.
112mm High.
Good Condition.

  

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W227

 

A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Vase, Flat Sided With 2 Children In Relief On A Textured Ground, A Strange Figure? To The Reverse With Webbed Feet?
Characted Marks To Base.
211mm High.
Good Condition.
 

        

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W228

 

A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Flat Sided Vase With Fixed Ring Handles And Relief Ornament Of 2 Children Beneath Stylised Cloud Scrolls, The Neck And Sides With Thick Luscious Glazes, Character Marks To Base.
241mm High.
A Shallow Difficult To Detect Crack To One Side, Otherwise Good Condition.
 

 

                 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W229

 


A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery 3 Handle Vase Applied In High Relief With 2 Crouching Confronted Men, Thick Green Glaze Pooling From The Rim, Applied Tablet To Reverse With Painted Character Marks.
142mm High.
Losses To Arms And Feet
 

     

        




 

Price:
Stock Number: W230

 

A Late 19thC/ Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Sake Bottle Shape Vase Decorated In High Relief With A Tiger Peering Over His Shoulder, Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim, Applied Tablet To Reverse With Character Marks.
235mm High.
Good Condition.
 

        

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W231

 


A Late 19thC/Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery 2 Handle Bowl Of Naturalistic Form, 2 High Relief Figures Peering Over The Rim Into The Green Glazed Interior.
Character Marks To Base.
210mm Wide.
Good Condition, Original Firing Crack To One Handle.
 

  

     

        

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W232

 


A Late 19th/Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Sake Bottle Shape Vase Decorated In Relief With Men In Kimonos, Typical Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Neck, Applied Tablet To Reverse With Character Marks.
186mm High.
Good Condition.
 

  

     

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W233

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Flattened 2 Handle Vase Decorated In Relief With 2 Children Carrying A Sack Suspened From A Pole, Typical Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Neck.
246mm High.
 

     

     

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W234

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Shallow Bowl Of Naturalistic Form, A Singel Figure Crouched On The Rim, With Typical Pooling Glazes.
134mm Wide.
Shallow Rim Crack.
 

     

  

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W235

 

An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Baluster Vase With High Relief Ornament Of 3 Theatrical Children, Thick Glaze Pooling Over The Dark Body From The Rim.
195mm High.
Good Condition.
 

     

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W236

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Narrow Swelling Cylindrical Vase With Relief Ornament Of A Lady In A Kimono, Typical Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim.
200mm High.
Good Condition
 

     

     

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W237

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Narrow Cylindrical Pottery Vase With Fixed Ring Handles And Applied High Relief Figure Of A Man With An Umbrella, Typical Thick Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim.
202mm High.
Good Condition
 

        

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W238

 


An Early 20thC Japanese Sumidagawa Pottery Vase, Flat Sided With Relief Ornament Of Two Children And Typical Luscious Glazes Pooling From The Rim.
213mm High.
Good Condition
 

  

  

 


 

Price:
Stock Number: W239

 


An 18thC Vienna Porcelain Cup With Entwined Twig Handle, Finely Painted In Monochrome With A Pair Of Figures In A Landscape Before A Building With An Arch And Tower.
Painted Underglaze Blue Beehive Mark, Circa 1780.
Tiny Inside Footrim Chip.
 

     

     

  

 


 

Price: $120.00
Stock Number: V487

 


An Attractive Early 19thC English Pink Lustre Large Saucer Dish Printed With An Angler And Companion Before A Boat, Bridge And Building In A Country Landscape.
203mm Diameter.
Excellent Condition, Rings To The Touch.
 

     

 


 

Price: $125.00
Stock Number: V491

 


An Impressive Pair Of Early 19thC Chinese, Cantonese, Baluster Jars And Domed Covers With Buddhistic Lion Finials, Painted In A Typical Bright Palette With Panels Of Characters In Pavillions.
440mm High.
Circa 1820.
Both Drilled And Fitted With Hinged Metal Mounts, Most Likely Within A Short Time Of Manufacture; Both Hinges Degraded And Deficient With Losses. One With Small Chip To The Cover, One With Flange Flakes, Otherwise Both In Good Condition With No Cracks Or Restoration.
The Best Cantonese Porcelain To Come On The New Zealand Market In Years. Fantastic Shape, Large, Rare And Very Decorative
 

        

     

        

  


 

Price: $12,500.00
Stock Number: V554

 
An Early 19thC English Pottery Figure Emblematic Of Winter With A Lady Figure In Purple Drapery Standing Alongside A Flame Filled Brazier On Plinth And Square Base.
204mm High.
Circa 1800.
Pretty Good Condition, A Minor Base Crack And Flaked Finger.

         

      

  
 

Price: $320.00
Stock Number: V481

 
A Good Late 18thC Chinese Export Blue And White Porcelain
Octagonal Rectangular Meat Plate Painted With Pagodas In A River Landscape.
245mm x 172mm.
Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition.

     

        
 

Price: $280.00
Stock Number: V137

 
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A Chinese Sung/Ming Dynasty Celadon Jarlet With Fluted Shoulder And Unglazed Foot.
73mm High.

     
 

Price: $160.00

Stock Number: V260

 


A Pair Of 19thC English Ironstone Two Handle Pots Painted With Flowering Foliage In A Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue.
Circa 1820, 116mm high.
Probably Masons, One AF

  

     
 

Price: $240.00

Stock Number: R632

 


A Decorative Pair Of Early 19thC English Ironstone Leaf Shape Pickle Dishes Printed With Flowering Foliage.
Printed "Pekin Rose" Marks.
143mm Wide.
Circa 1840

  

     
 

Price: $160.00

Stock Number: T79

 


Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A Small Sung Dynasty 2 Handle Jarlet With Crackled Celadon Glaze.
63mm High
 


        

           
     
     

  
 

Price: $120.00

Stock Number: U35

 


Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A Small 16thC Thai Sawankalok Brown Glazed Bowl.
71mm Diameter.
 


        

           
     
     

  
 

Price: $80.00

Stock Number: U36

 
A Victorian Salt Glaze Stoneware Three Handled Loving Cup, The Handles Modelled As Grey Hounds, The Body With Applied Decoration Of St George And The Dragon, A Toper  And A Tree, The Rim Sterling Silver Mounted With A Plaque Bearing The Astley  Crest With The Prince Of Wales Feathers And The Motto "Justitiae Tenax - Persevering In Justice."
Birmingham 1866.
John Sherwood & Sons.
150mm High x 133mm Diameter Excluding Handles.
A Shallow Body Crack - Still Resonant To The Touch And Totally Stable.
 

     

  

           
 

Price: $350.00

Stock Number: U51

 
An Early Victorian Staffordshire Jug With Pink Lustre Rims, Foliate Handle, Transfer Prints Of Flowering Foliage, A Named Portrait Of Lord John Russel To One Side And "Reform" To The Other.
176mm High To Top Of Handle.
Excellent Condition - A Tiny Rim Nibble And Some Wear To The Lustre Rims Mentioned For Accuracy Only.
Lord John Rusell Was Prime Minister Of Great Britain Twice, 1846-52 And 1865-66. He Was Cosely Associated With The Parliamentary  Reform Bill Of 1831, From Which Time This Jug Dates.

        

     

        
 

Price: $320.00

Stock Number: U242

 


A Large Late 19thC Scottish Stoneware Pickling Crock With Associated Cover.
Impressed Murray & Co, Glasgow.
330mm Wide x 348mm High.
Circa 1890.

        

        

     
 

Price: $180.00

Stock Number: CD500

 


A New Zealand, Hutson & Co Wellington, Majolica Earthenware Spirit Barrel With Screw In Cover And Wood Tap.
Impressed Factory Marks, Circa 1900.
422mm High.
A Chip To The Tap Opening And A Couple Of Rim Chips - Not Cracked.
 

                    
           
           
        
  
    

Price: $650.00

Stock Number: T651

 


An Early 19thC English Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug Of Mortlake Type With Hinged Domed Sterling Silver Cover With Armorial And Thumbpiece, The Body Applied With Various Relief Ornament Including Horses And Hounds And A Tablet Depicting Hogarths "A Modern Midnight Conversation."
251mm High.
The Cover With Makers Mark, WK, Lion Passant And Monarchs Head Only, Lacks Date And Town Marks, Circa 1810.
The Foot Chipped.
 

                    
           

        
  
    

Price: $850.00

Stock Number: T592

 


A 19thC Pratt Paste Jar Printed With The Boar Hunt.
102mm High.
Circa 1870.
Restored Chip And Crack.


                    
  

Price: $20.00

Stock Number: T570

 


An 18thC English Delft Water Bottle, cylindrical with flared neck and string rim, painted in cobalt in two registers with a peony and vase of flowers beneath a band of diaper with panels and further flowers, 25cmhigh.
Circa 1770
For the form see Britton (F), English Delftware in the Bristol Collection, 1982, fig 6.26 and for the pattern on a plate, fig 12.37.

        

     
 

Price: $1,650.00

Stock Number: R464

 

A Victorian Earthenware Jug With Hinged Pewter Cover And Marbelised Agate Glaze.
160mm High.
Circa 1860.

Price: $140.00

Stock Number: P215

 


A Victorian Brownfields Guild Pottery Jug With Aesthetic Japanese Inspired Decoration Of Cranes And Flaming Pearls Below A Band Of Key Pattern.
Factory And Registration Marks.
Circa 1890.
170mm high.

  


 

Price: $180.00

Stock Number: H710

 


An Extremely Rare Mid 19thC Staffordshire Rectangular Slab Side Earthenware Money Box With Blue Reliefs Of Classical Maidens, Hand Coloured Transfer Prints Of Exotic Chinese Landscapes And Raised Artichoke Feet, One Restuck.
186mmW x 1134mmD x 112mH
The base painted N Lay, Jan 1852

                                                                        
 

Price: $680.00

Stock Number: CD292



 

 


A Decorative Pair Of 19thC Japanese Imari Plates Painted With Vases Of flowers.
221mm diameter.
Circa 1880

  
 

Price: $220.00

Stock Number: R60



 

 


An Early 19thc Englsih Blue And White Meat Plate Printed With A Shepherd Amongst Ancient Ruins.
402mm x 308mm
Circa 1830.
 

Price: $480.00

Stock Number: R64

 


A Gorgeous Early 19th Century English Coffee Can Painted And Gilded In Polychrome With Stylised Flower Sprays. Circa 1810.

      

 

Price:  $245.00

Stock Number: CD223

 


A Stylish Early 19th Century English Porcelain Coffee Can With All Over Vermicelli Gilding; Monogrammed "CU."
Circa 1800

   

 

Price:  $245.00

Stock Number: CD219

 


A Spectacular Early 19th Century English Large Pottery Mug With Silver Lustre Decoration Entitled "The English Bred Horse The Farmers Friend" Together With A Pithy Rhyme, Horse And Rural Emblems.
Circa 1820.

   

 

Price:  $450.00

Stock Number: CD227

 
An 18th Century Worcester blue and white printed bowl decorated with the "Fence Pattern".
Printed underglaze blue crescent mark.
Circa 1770.
157mm diameter.
Small unobtrusive footrim chip.

     

     
 

Price: $450.00
Stock Number: CD69

  A pretty 18th Century Italian porcelain saucer. Probably Doccia.
127mm Diameter.
Price: $125.00
Stock Number: D250

 
A Decorative 18th Century Dutch Delft Blue And White Octagonal Vase Painted Within Raised Rococo Scrollwork With Characters Flying A Kite In A Country Landscape.
227mm High.
Painted factory mark for De Lampetkan,
"The Ewer," Circa 1765.
Minor glaze flakes


        

Price: $1,250.00
Stock Number: P309

 
A Decorative 18th Century Dutch Delft Octagonal Blue & White Vase Painted Within Raised Rococo Scrollwork With Characters In A Country Landscape, Buildings Beyond.
204mm High.
Painted factory mark for De Lampetkan,
"The Ewer," Circa 1765.
Minor rim nibbles and glaze flakes.


        

Price: $680.00
Stock Number: P310

  A 19th Century Samson Chinese Style Famille Rose Armorial Sauceboat with entwined strap handles, berry terminals and painted flower sprays.

214mm Wide.
Circa 1880.
Price: $450.00
Stock Number: CD83

  A 19thC German, Westerwald stoneware ewer with moulded decoration of peasant musicians and dancers.
Circa 1890.
232mmH.
Excellent condition.
Price: $160.00
Stock Number: H0557

  An elegant studio pottery stoneware bottle vase with spherical body and long neck, glazed in shades of blue and brown.
Probably English, Circa 1900.
296mmH. Excellent condition.
Price: $280.00
Stock Number: J0018

  A mid 19th century English earthenware blue and white tureen stand printed with cattle, characters, bridge and church in a country landscape.
Probably Spode, circa 1840.
200mm wide.
Excellent condition.
Price: $165.00
Stock Number: K0311

  A 19th Century English, Devon, Straw glazed earthenware Costral with shoulder lug handles.
190mmH.
Price: $350.00
Stock Number: CD0042

  A 19th Century English, Devon, Straw glazed earthenware Costral with shoulder lug handles.
203mmH.
Price: $425.00
Stock Number: CD0043

  An 18th Century German Blue & White Faience dish.
390mmW x 235mmD.
Price:  $650.00
Stock Number: G0044

  An 18th Century Spanish, La Granja miniature milk glass vase painted with flower sprays.
63mm High.
Price: $150.00
Stock Number: F0613

  An 18th C. English, Worcester, saucer transfer printed with L'amour.
Painted underglaze blue mock Meissen cross swords mark, circa 1770. Restuck.
Price:  $120.00
Stock Number: M0205

  A late 18th century English, Lambeth, Delft blue and white dish.

Small piece of rim out and professionally restuck.

302mm diameter
 

Price: $385.00
StockNumber:K0368

  A massive 18th century English North Country, creamware dish, circa 1780.

472mm diameter

Professional restoration of cracks to body, minor typical rim fritting, displays well.

Price: $480.00
Stock Number: J0206

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  Massive early 19th century Spanish, Talavera, tin glaze earthenware bowl.

Professional restoration of old riveted break.

650mm diameter.

Price: SOLD

  A late 18th C. English, fluted Pearlware teabowl with painted flower sprays.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: M0201

 

18th Century, English Delft Tiles. Circa 1760.

 

           




 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J0335

  An 18th Century famille rose coffee cup.
Faults
59mm High.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD20



  An early 19thC English earthenware b&w bowl of Ogee form, transfer printed with an elephant and attendant, the exterior with flowering foliage.
Unobtrusive footrim chip.
196mmD x 142mmH. C1840.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0847

 


A Delightful 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Coffee Cup Painted With A Perched Exotic Bird, The Moulded Handle With Gilded Twig Terminals.
Circa 1760.

      

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: CD229

 


An Attractive Set Of 6 19th Century Iberian Tin Glaze Earthenware Plates Painted In Blue With Fanciful Birds; One Plate Slightly Smaller.
Painted Factory Marks, Circa 1850.
236mm diameter.

       

         

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R239

 


An Early 19thC English Porcelain Coffee Can Painted In Monochrome With A Character Before Ruins In A Mountainous Landscape.
Circa 1810.
Star Cracks To Base.
 

  

  

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V489

 


An Early 19thC Vienna Coffee Can With Pink Ground, Gilded Wide Border Centred With An Oval Panel Finely Painted In Monochrome With A Classical Warrior And Slain Companion, Her Sword And Helmet Cast Aside, An Upturned Brazier At Their Feet.
Underglaze Blue Beehive Mark, Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition.
 

  

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V485

 


A Late 19thC Chinese Celadon Ground Plate Brightly Enamelled In Pink, Yellow, Green And Blue With Birds And Insects.
181mm Diameter.
Underglaze Blue Seal Mark To Base, Circa 1880.

  


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V414



 

 


A Pair Of Late 19thC Japanese, Imari, Scalloped Circular Chargers Painted In A Typical Palette With Baskets Of Flowers.
332mm diameter.
Circa 1890.

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R74

 


An 18thC Chinese Blue And White Circular Dish Painted With A Vase Of Flowers And A Duck With Peony.
316mm Diameter.
Circa 1760.
A Small Restored Rim Crack


                       
  

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T572

 
A Chinese "Kraak Porselein" Blue And White Lobed Circular Shallow Dish, The Centre Painted With Peony And Chrysanthemum, The Border With Panels Of Flowering Foliage And Auspicious Things.
289mm Diameter.
Wan Li Period, 1573-1619.
Excellent Condition With Expected Minor Rim Fritting.
"Kraak" Is A Dutch Term Which Refers To The Trading Vessel With Bought The Porcelain From China To Holland. The, Now Obsolete, English Word For A Working Commercial Boat Of This Period Was "Carrack."

     

     

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V255

 


A Rare Victorian Signed Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Inkwell With Beaded Edge Rim, Incised Stiff Leaves And 4 Seated Winged Putti Wiith Crossed Arms And Legs Raised On A Quatrefoil Base With Notches, Leaves And Beads.
122mm Across The Base x 71mm High.
Impressed Factory Mark, Dated 1876, Incised Monogram For John Broad.
One Wing Broken, Another Wing Chipped, Tiny Chip To Underside Of One Foot.
Very Nice!
 

 

  

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V586

 


Recently Removed From A Roman Villa, An Extremely Deocorative Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Dish Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Building In An Impressionistic Landscape.
321mm Diameter.
Circa 1930.
Signed To The Reverse "Toli."
Very Good Condition, A Few Tiny Rim Nibbles Typical Of An Earthenware Body, Resonant To The Touch. We Can Guarantee You Will Not See These Again, Ever!


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V579

 


Recently Removed From A Roman Villa, An Extremely Deocorative Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Dish Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Building In An Impressionistic Landscape.
317mm Diameter.
Circa 1930.
Signed To The Reverse "Toli."
Very Good Condition, A Few Tiny Rim Nibbles Typical Of An Earthenware Body, Resonant To The Touch. We Can Guarantee You Will Not See These Again, Ever!.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V580

 


Recently Removed From A Roman Villa, An Extremely Deocorative Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Dish Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With An Impressionistic Landscape.
317mm Diameter.
Circa 1930.
Signed To The Reverse "Toli."
Very Good Condition, A Few Tiny Rim Nibbles Typical Of An Earthenware Body, Resonant To The Touch. We Can Guarantee You Will Not See These Again, Ever

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V581

 


Recently Removed From A Roman Villa, An Extremely Deocorative Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Dish Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Subject Of An Abstract Nature.
321mm Diameter.
Circa 1930.
Signed To The Reverse "Toli."
Very Good Condition, A Few Tiny Rim Nibbles Typical Of An Earthenware Body, Resonant To The Touch. We Can Guarantee You Will Not See These Again, Ever!.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V582

 
Removed From A Roman Villa, A Charming And Highly Decorative Pair Of Early 20thC Italian, Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Garden Planters, One Modelled As The Bust Of A Nubian Lady With Turquoise Head Dress, Lapis Lazuli Earring And Yellow Bead Necklace, The Other Of Her Male Companion.
384mm High x 209mm Diameter At Rim.
One Earring Missing, Couple Of Minor Rim Chips And Minor Glaze Flakes To Be Expected From An Earthenware Body. No Cracks And Nice And Resonant To The Touch.
A Brilliant Pair

 

    

         

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V153

 


A Stunning Pair Of 19thC Victorian Doulton Lambeth Terracotta Figures Of Seated Leonine Beasts With Snarling Mouths, Rising Manes, Upcurled Tails And Rectangular Bases.
The Bases Stamped "Doulton Lambeth R."
Circa 1875.
665mm High, The Bases 270mm x  260mm
Note The Height, Well Over Half A Metre, These Are Not Small.
A Few Peripheral Chips To Extremities And Upper Jaw Lacking To One (Strangely Enough Not At All Obvious) Otherwise Sound With No Cracks. Great Items For Someone With A Bent For The Gothic.

        

  

  

        
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U34

 


An 18thC Derby Porcelain Coffee Cup With Gilded Turquoise Rim And Painted Floral Garlands.
Underglaze Blue Mark, Circa 1790.
Good Condition.
 

  

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V488

 


A Late 18thC English Porcelain Coffee Can Painted With Flower Sprays Between A Narrow Gilded Blue Border And A Wide Green Border.
Probably Liverpool.
Circa 1780.
Good Condition.
 

     

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V486

 


A Really Charming 18thC English Delft Small Polychrome Plate Painted With Chinese Style Buildings And Pine Trees In A River Landscape, The Border With Rockwork And Foliage.
Lambeth? Liverpool? Bristol? I Should Know Which.
Circa 1760.
An Enchanting Palette Of Manganese, Yellow, Brick Red Leaf Green And Cobalt Blue.
A Small Rim Chip, Rings Well.

 

       

  

     


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: W318

 


An Exquisite Late Victorian Doulton Burslem Cylindrical Jar And Cover Printed And Hand Coloured In The Manner Of Kate Greenway With A Continuous Scene Of Women And Children At Play Beneath Fruiting Vine.
114mm Diameter x 126mm High.
Printed Factory Mark, Circa 1900.
I Don't Normally Purchase Restored Ceramics But Thought This So Captivating Was Prepared To Forgive The Restored Cover - The Inside Is Obviously Sprayed, The Ousdide Edge A Piece Has Broken And Been Restuck With A Tiny Bit Of Overpainting. The Jar Itself Is In Good Condition
 

  

     

  

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V584

 

A Gorgeous Victorian Wedgwood Type Green Majolica Leaf Shape Dish With Pierced Handle And High Refief Moulding Of Seed Pods, Flowerhead And Leaves.
292mm x 249mm.
Mint condition, a really good example.

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S137

 


An Exquisite 18thC Italian, Doccia, Porcelain Trio Of A Coffee Can, Teacup And Saucer Each Piece Painted In Iron Red With Gilt Highlights With Confronted Cockerels And Chinese Style Pine Issuing From Pierced Rockwork.
The Saucer 123mm Diameter, Can 62mm High, Cup 73mm High.
Circa 1780.
The Saucer With Miniscule Rim Chip, The Cup With 2 Miniscule Rim Chips, The Coffee Can Mint Conditon.
Fantastic Painted Decoration.

           

              

              

        

        


 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Q366

 


A Mid 18thC Chelsea Octagonal Teabowl And Saucer painted in the Kakiemon palette with the "Lady in a Pavilion" pattern, the Japanese lady seated by a bird cage in an elegantly hung pavilion.
Circa 1750-55.

The saucer 120mm wide.
The teabowl 74mmW x 52mmH
Tiny restored rim chip to the teabowl.

Provenance : WH Pitts Collection - paper label under saucer.

Other octagonal teabowls and saucers in this pattern are illustrated by F.Severne Mackenna Chelsea Porcelain The Triangle and Raised Anchor Wares pl.27 fig.47; by Elizabeth Adams Chelsea Porcelain p.77 pl.62; and by Margaret Legge Flowers and Fables p.34 no.45

        

        

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S182

 


A Monumental Partially Glazed Earthenware Oviform Jar With Everted Rim, Four Lug Handles And Incised Line Decoration To The Shoulder, The Base With A Rough And Ready Appearance.
405mm High x 375mm Diameter.
Probably Khmer, Circa 1300.
One Handle Deficient.
Provenance : Peter Gordon Collection.
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.

        

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: G175

 


A Small Early Victorian Staffordshire Figure Of A Seated Greyhound On Grassy Mound Base.
100mm high.
Circa 1850.
Tiny restoration to ear.
 

     
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: N720

 


An Early 19thC Vienna Coffee Can With Pink Ground, Gilded Wide Border Centred With An Oval Panel Finely Painted In Monochrome With A Classical Warrior And Slain Companion, Her Sword And Helmet Cast Aside, An Upturned Brazier At Their Feet.
Underglaze Blue Beehive Mark, Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition.
 

  

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V485

 
An Extremely Decorative Early 19thC Davenport Ironstone 2 Handle Sauce Tureen, Cover And Stand Painted And Gilded In A Bright Imari Style Palette.
The Stand 229mm Wide, The Tureen And Stand 190mm High.
Printed Underglaze Brown Mark, Circa 1830.
The Cover Entwined Twig Handle With Old Riveted Repair And Associated Crack.

        

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V135

 


An Edwardian Worcester, Locke and Co., Blush Ivory Biscuit Barrel with Plated Rim, Moulded In High Relief With Flowering Daffodils.
160mm tall x 127mm diam.
Printed Factory Mark, C1902.

     
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: S17

 
A Decorative Early 19th Century Mason's Ironstone Sauce Tureen Cover And Stand Painted In An Imari Palette With Peony And Chrysanthemum.
Printed Marks, Circa 1820.
The Cover Restuck.

              

              


 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: H66

 
Removed From A Roman Villa, A Charming And Highly Decorative Early 20thC Italian, Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Garden Planter Modelled As The Bust Of A Nubian Lady With Turquoise Head Dress, Lapis Lazuli Earring And Yellow Bead Necklace.
384mm High x 209mm Diameter At Rim.
Couple Of Minor Rim Chips And Minor Glaze Flakes To Be Expected From An Earthenware Body. No Cracks And Nice And Resonant To The Touch.
A Brilliant Pot!

        

  
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: V153

 


A Most Decorative Pair Of 19thC Samson Chinese Style Famille Rose Slender Oviform Armorial Tea Caddies And Domed Covers.
120mm High.
Circa 1880.
One Cover Restuck

                    
            

  

     

                              
    

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD481

 
An 18th C. Chinese Baluster Porcelain Mug Painted In Underglaze Blue With Pine Trees And Overglaze Famille Rose Enamells.
Circa 1760. Tiny rim chip
99mmH

  

  
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: L320

  A pair of early 19th Century English Creamware plates printed and painted with Chinese style famille rose flowering foliage.
205mm Diameter.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0333

 
An 18thC English, Bow, Porcelain Figure Of A Scantily Draped Putto Clasping A Bouquet, With Flower Encrusted Head Garland, Sash, Basket And Flower Encrusted Bocage Base With Rococo Scrollwork.
162mm High.
Circa 1765
Painted Iron Red Anchor And Crossed Swords Mark.
Pretty Good Condition, A Few Minor Losses To Extremities, A Probably Original Rear Base Chip.

          

      

                
 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V483

 
A Chinese Kangxi Style Biscuit Porcelain Figure Of A Bodhisattva Wearing Green And Aubergine Pattern Robes, Seated In Dhyanasana, The Hands In Dhyana Mudra Cradling A Small Pagoda, On An Integral Aubergine Lotus Padola
286mm High.
Cracked To Reverse And Across Base, Stable And Resonant To The Touch.
Kangxi Style But Almost Certainly 19thC, Circa 1850.
In Mahayana Buddhism,
Bodhisattva Is The Sanskrit Term For A Being With Bodhi (Enlightenment). A Bodhisattva Is One Of Four Sublime States A Human Can Achieve In Life, And They Are A Popular Subject In Buddhist Art And Of Many Asian Cultures.

        

           

           

           
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V257

 
A Good Graduated Pair Of Early Victorian Masons Ironstone Jugs Printed And Coloured In An Imari Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue With Birds In An Exotic Chinese Style Landscape.
155mm and 124mm high.
Printed Factory Marks,
Circa 1840.

  

  


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P218

 
A George IV Commemorative Jug Printed With A Portrait Of The King, The Royal Arms And The Inscription "To The Memory Of His Late Majesty King George 1V Born Augt12 1762 Ascended To The Throne Jany 29 1820 Publicly Proclaimed Jany 31 1820 Departed This Life June 26 1830 Aged 68 Years.
Printed Marks For Goodwin, Bridgwood And Harris, Circa 1830.
Good Condition, A Tiny Spout Crack And A Very Slight Body Crack Below The Portrait.

        

           

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V494

 


An Early 19thC Spode Feldspar Porcelain Octagonal Small Tureen, Cover And Stand With Gilded Rims Painted With Puce Bell Flowers, The Tureen With With Fruit And Leaf Finial.
The Stand With Printed Mark,
Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition
 

     

        

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V490

 
An 18thC Derby Figure Of Andromache Weeping Over The Ashes Of Hector After The Picture By Angelica Kauffman, Engraved By Burke, The Tear Stained Andromache In A Flowered Chiton And Mauve Drapery, A Garland In Her Left Hand, Arm Resting On An Urn Painted With Martial Trophys, On Rectangular Greek Key
Base.231mm High.
Incised "No 100 G".
Circa 1785.
Old Damage To The Base; Priced Accordingly

        

        

           
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V482

 
A Rare And Amusing Victorian Salt Glaze Stoneware Frog Mug With Grey Hound Handle And An Applied Scene Of The Kill Featuring Huntsmen, Horses And Hounds, The Interior With An Applied Frog.
98mm High x 97mm Diameter Excluding Handle.
Circa 1860.
Excellent Condition.

     

        
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U52

 
A Late 18thC Derby Bocage Figure Of A Scantily Draped Putti On Mound Base.
Patch Marks, Circa 1780.
133mm High.
Some Restoration To Arms And Neck.

        

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD533

 
Removed From An Roman Villa, A Delightful Early 20thC Italian, Sicilian, Caltagirone, Majolica Garden Planter Of An Amused Bearded Man In Shades Of Aubergine And Green
352mm High x 215mm Diameter At Rim.
A Fair Amount Of Glaze Flaking, Especially At The Neck, A Few Rim Nibbles, Nothing Major, Crucially Not Cracked And Still Resonant To The Touch

           

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V154

 


A Large 18th Century Chinese Blue And White Bowl And Domed Cover Painted With Panels Of Buildings In River Landscapes And Flowering Foliage.
Circa 1780
310mm diameter.
The cover with riveted repair, the bowl with stable star crack to base - still resonant to the touch.

     

        

              
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q236

 
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A Small Chinese Sung/Ming Dynasty Celadon Glaze Bowl.
86mm Diameter.

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V259

 
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A Tiny Sung/Ming Dynasty Oviform Jarlet With Unglazed Foot.
40mm High

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V261

 
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A 16thC Thailand, Sawankoloke, Tiny Oviform Jarlet With Rudimentary Brown Blob Glaze.
31mm High

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V262

 
Peter Gordon Was A New Zealand Diplomat In South East Asia In The 1960s. He Collected Extensively The Ceramics Of The Region. On His Death The Bulk Of His Collection Was Bequeathed To Auckland Museum. There Was Also A Dispersal Some 12 Years Ago At Webbs Where I Purchased This Lot.
A 16thC Thailand, Sawankoloke, Tiny Ovifrom Jarlet With Underglaze Blue Decoration And Unglazed Foot.
31mm High.

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V263

 
A Most Decorative 18thC/19thC Chinese Slender Oviform Blue And White Porcelain Vase With Wide Everted Rim Painted With 4 Ladies And 2 Gentlemen In Formal Robes, Pine Tree, Fence And Garden Seats, The Base With Painted Underglaze Blue Double Ring.
Probably Ch'ien Lung.
442mm High.
Immaculate Condition With A Few Minor Glaze Defects Original To The Firing.

     

        

              
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V256

 
An 18thC English Staffordshire White Salt Glaze Circular Plate
With Shaped Rim And Cell Moulded Border. 237mm Diam.
C1760. An Original Firing Crack,  2 Faint Hairline Cracks.

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T229

 
A Charming 18thC English Delft Blue And White Plate Painted With Stylised Flowering Foliage Within A Fenced Garden
231mm Diameter.
Circa 1760.
Couple Of Typical Rim Glaze Flakes, No Cracks, Resonant To The Touch

        

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: V195

 
A Most Decorative Late 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Soup Plate With Lustrous Marbelised Pink Glaze Together With Another Similar Soup Plate.
246mm Diameter.
Impressed marks, circa 1800.
The first plate in brilliant condition, the latter with rim restoration.

  

  

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q327

 
An Attractive Chinese Late 19thC K'ang His Style Blue And White Baluster Vase And Domed Cover Painted With Standing Ladys And Children In A Garden With Rockwork. Prunus And Palms.
352mm High
Painted Kang His Marks But Later, Circa 1900.
Rim Chip And Associated Hairline Crack.

        

        

     

 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U235

 
An Early 19thC Masons Ironstone Small Oval Meat Plate
Painted With An Exotic Bird In A Chinese Garden With Pierced Rockwork And Peony.
274mm Wide
Printed Masons Marks, Circa 1830.

  

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD299

 
A Pair Of Early 19thC Masons Ironstone Plates
Painted With Exotic Birds In Chinese Gardens With Pierced Rockwork And Peony.
233mm diameter
Printed Masons Marks, Circa 1830.

  

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD300

 
A Decorative Early 19th Century English Ironstone Plate
Printed & Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Basket Of Flowers And Exotic Birds, The Rim With High Relief Moulding Of Flowering Foliage.

Printed "Opaque China" Marks,
Circa 1830.
222mm Diameter.
Small Minor Stained Crazing.

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0337

 
A Pair Of Mid 19thC English Ironstone Plates Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With Chinese Style Flowering Trees Before A Walled Enclosure With Flags And Pagoda Beyond, The Blue Ground Rims Reserved With Panels Of Artichokes.
255mm Diameter.
Not Marked, In The Style Of Masons, Circa 1850.
One, Although Resonant To The Touch, With 2 Non Invasive Shallow Cracks.

     

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V136

 


A Small Mid 19thC Ridgeway Ironstone Plate Printed And Painted With Peony Issuing From Rockwork.
170mm diameter.
Printed Royal Arms Mark.

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R604

 


A Mid 19thC Ridgeway Ironstone Plate Printed And Painted With Peony Issuing From Rockwork.
226mm diameter.
Printed Royal Arms Mark.

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R605

 


An Attractive Pair Of Mid Victorian Leaf Shape Ironstone Dishes Painted In The Imari Palette With Flowers Issuing From Two Handled Vases.
262mm Wide.
Printed Marks, Circa 1860.

  

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T353



 

 

A Good Early Victorian, Davenport, Blue And White Meat Plate With Drainage Well, Printed With Chinese Characters, Pagodas And Bridges In A River Landscape.
505mm x 394mm.
Impressed Factory Mark, C1850.

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R62

  A good early 19th century English blue and white earthenware pierced drainer printed with an arrangement of peonies.
Circa 1830.
332mm diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N0089

 
A Crown Lynn Frank Carpay Circular Blue And White Earthenware Charger Of Dutch Delft Influence Painted With A Stylised Flowering Tulip, The Border With A Repeating Geometrical Design.
Painted Hand Werk Device, Numbered WP 4 And Printed Factory Mark.
360mm Diameter.
Circa 1954.
Excellent Condition.

        

     

        
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD515

 
A Pair Of Early 20thC Royal Doulton Lambeth Hexagonal Blue Ground Stoneware Vases With Tuble Line Decoration Of Stylised Flowering Foliage.
195mm High.
Impressed Factory Marks, Circa 1920.
Excellent Condition, One With Tiny Footrim Chip Mentioned For Accuracy Only.

  

     

  

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U143

 
An Attractive Early Ruskin Green Monochrome Circular Bowl On Raised Circular Foot.
Painted Scissor Mark, Circa 1910.
147mm Diameter.
Very Crisply Potted, Light As A Feather, Resonant To The Touch, Excellent Condition.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U53

 

 

 
An Ancient Greek Two Handle Skyphos, Wine Cup, Painted With The Athenian Symbol Of Owls In Brick Red On A Black Ground.
155mm Wide Across The Handles x 87mm High.
Some Old Restoration To The Rim.
 

      

                                        

     

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD406

  A 19th Century Pratt Paste Jar transferred printed with rural hunting scenes including coursing hounds, hares, and men with rifles.
Printed registration diamond under, circa 1870.

        

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD144

 

An Early 19thC English Masons Ironstone Small Plate Painted In An Imari Palette With A Vase Of Flowers, Rockworks And Peony.
153mm diameter.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1820.

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD274

 


An 18th century Chinese blue and white octagonal meat plate painted with a river landscape.
Restuck.
288mm wide.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N260

 
A Gorgeous English, Ruskin, Studio Pottery Baluster Or Mei Ping Vase With Mottled Pink Glaze.
194mm High.
Impressed Ruskin And Dated 1919.
A Small Piece Rim Broken And Restuck, Hence The Modest Price, Perfect More Like $750.
When the studio closed in 1935 the formulae for the glazes and all the pottery documentation were deliberately destroyed, so that the unique Ruskin products could never be replicated.

  

 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U215

 

I Am Stumped With These Unusual And Amusing Terracotta Masks, Scowling And Screeching Respectively - The Impressed Makers Mark "AN Myers & Co." Has Defied Location. I'd Say They Are Late 19th/Early 20thC, Probably English But Not Sure.
100mm x 72mm
A Few Minor Rim Nibbles To Both.

  

  


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: U219

 


A Victorian Davenport Green Majolica Shaped Oval Dish With Pierced Tendril Handle And High Relief Moulding Of Fruiting Vine And Basket Weave.
257mm x 213mm
Impressed marks, circa 1850.


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S136

 


A Pair Of Late 18thC Chinese Blue And White Octagonal Plates Painted With Buildings In Mountainous River Landscapes.
220mm Diameter.
Circa 1780.
Small Hairline Crack To One.


           

 
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T81

 


A Spectacular Regency Period Spode Ironstone Dessert Service Painted And Lavishly Gilded In An Imari Palette, Comprising Of A Footed 2 Handle Bowl, A Pair Of Sauce Tureens, Covers And Stands, A Pair Of Oval Dishes, 3 Leaf Shape Dishes And 16 Plates.
Printed underglaze blue marks, circa 1820.
Mint condition with a single glaze flake to one plate

  

     

  

  

  

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S97

 


An Excellent Small Pair Of 19thc Staffordshire Dogs With Copper Lustre Ornament.
150mm High.
Circa 1880.


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S195

 


A Charming early 19th Century Spode earthenware lozenge shaped dish,
printed in blue and white with ruins in a country landscape.
285mm x 230mm.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: D366

 


A Pair Of Early 19thC Chinese Famille Rose Saucer Dishes Painted With Pomegranites And Flowering Foliage.
133mm Diameter.
Circa 1820

     


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T83

 


A Delightful 19thC Meissen Small Double Gourd Blue Ground Scent Bottle, The Gilded Reserves Painted With Flowering Foliage; Gilt Metal Stopper.
87mm high, Crossed Swords Mark, Circa 1850.




  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R253

 


A Near Pair Of Late 17thC Chinese Porcelain Famille Verte Circular Lobed Dishes Decorated To The Well With Chrysanthemum, Prunus And Lotus Within A Broad Rim Border Composed Of Panels Of Fish And Precious Objects Reserved On A Cell Ground;.
Underglaze Blue Emblem Mark Within Double Ring.
Kangxi Period, Circa 1680.
The Rims With Typical Fritting, Both Broken And Restuck.
Provenance : Local Private Collector, Sourced Originally From The Ball Room Of A Grand Old South Canterbury Homestead.

                    
         

                              
    

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD403

 


An Early 19th Century English Porcelain Coffee Can, The Rim Painted In Shades Of Puce With Flowering Foliage.
Circa 1810. The rim broken and restuck

   

 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD222

 

 
An 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Circular Punch Bowl Painted On The Exterior In Brilliant Polychrome Enamels With A Panorama Of Various Chinese Characters At Various Pursuits Including Taking Tea; The Internal Rim And Foot Rim Gilded With Spear Heads And Scrolls, The Interior With A Single Spray Of Peony.
388mm Diameter x 163mm High.
Ch'ien-lung, Circa 1765.
Provenance:
Inherited by Mary Moore From Her Mother Eileen Ella Pharazyn Who In Turn Inherited From Ella Elgar (nee Pharazyn) As Part Of The Furnishings Of Fernside.
A Remarkable Bowl Notable For The Quality Of Decoration And Pristine Condition.

 

     

     

        

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD401

 

 
An 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Baluster Mug With Plain Loop Handle And Seed Pod Terminal, The Body Painted With Various Characters And Animals On A Mountainous Ledge, One Clutching A Ruyi Scepter, The Rim With Gilded Spear Heads.
159mm High x 120mm Diameter Of Top.
Ch'ien-lung, Circa 1750.
Provenance:
Inherited by Mary Moore From Her Mother Eileen Ella Pharazyn Who In Turn Inherited From Ella Elgar (nee Pharazyn) As Part Of The Furnishings Of Fernside.
The Gilded Rim Rubbed.




           


  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD402

 
A Pair Of Royal Doulton Stoneware Tall Slender Oviform Specimen Vases with elongated necks and everted rims, with a band of shoulder tube line stylised art nouveau flowers within beaded and scroll outlines, the necks and lower bodies with marbleised blue grounds.
377mm High.
Impressed factory mark and incised "RN" initial.
Circa 1910.

Provenance : Graham Fitzpatrick Collection
 

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q313

 
A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Tapering Cylindrical Mug With Glaze In Shades Of Green And Brown And EPNS Mounts Featuring Exposed Rivets And Handle With Hieroglyphics And Sphinx Like Mask.
Impressed Wedgwood Mark And Date Code For 1878.
112mm High.
Shallow hair line crack to rim.

Provenance : Bromley Cocks Collection

     


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q328

 
A Victorian, George Jones, majolica teapot and cover with naturalistic spout and handle, the cover with twig handle and relief moulded blossoming branches, the ovoid body relief moulded with similar blossoming branches above a wicker woven band on a deep blue ground, the interior turquoise.
The cover with painted "80" mark, otherwise apparently not marked.
Circa 1870.
168mm high.

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N665

 

A Pair Of Victorian Wedgwood Type Green Majolica Oval 2 Handle Dishes Moulded In High Relief With Leaves.
296mm wide.
Not marked, circa 1850.
Excellent condition, one dish a bit darker with pooling glaze.

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S135

 

A 19thC Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Campana Shape 2 Handle Vase, Pierced Cover And Liner Applied With Typical Relief Work Of Classical Characters.
280mm High.
Circa 1880.
A minor flange chip.

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: S205

 


An Early 19thC Masons Ironstone Plate Painted With A Chinese Group In A Garden. The Border Printed With Whorls With Reserves Of Buddhist Emblems.
137mm Diameter.
Circa 1830.
The Decoration A Bit Rubbed.


           
  
 
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD375

 


An Early 19th Century English Porcelain Coffee Can, The Rim Painted In Shades Of Puce With Flowering Foliage.
Circa 1810. The rim broken and restuck

   

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: CD222

 


A Royal Doulton Stoneware Vase With Wide Downturned Rim, The Body Decorated With Autumn Leaves.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1910.
Good Condition. Modestly Priced!

 

           
                       
  

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: T333

 

A Rare George Jones And Sons Chamber Pot Carrying The Arms Of The New Zealand Shipping Company.
Printed Factory Marks,
Circa 1920.
200mm Diameter Excluding Handle.

                    
         

                      

                              
    

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T225

 

A Barr Worcester Royal Lily Pattern Plate With Underglaze Blue, Gilded Enamel Blue And Lobed Rim Edged In Brown Enamel.
203mm Diameter.
Incised "B" Mark, Circa 1800.

                    
         
  
                      

                              
    

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T683

 


 

A Large Mid 18th Century Bristol Delft Dish Sparingly Painted With Flowering Tendrils With Large Areas Left In The White.
337mm Diameter.
Circa 1760.
Small restoration to the rim with a hairline crack. Still resonant to the touch. Purchased from Gary Atkins, Kensington Church Street, for 580 sterling about 10 years ago - Atkins invoice available.
Gorgeous!


              
  

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T482

 


An Extraordinary Grimwades Byzanta Circular Lustre Bowl Decorated With Elves, Pixies And Mushrooms In A Country Landscape With A Rising Moon, The Exterior With Trees, Cobwebs And Trapped Flies.
Printed Factory Marks, Circa 1920.
285mm Diameter x 117mm High.
Excellent Condition.

     
                       
  

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD394

 


An 18thC English Porcelain Mask Jug Printed With Chinese Buildings In A River Landscape.
Probably Caughley, Circa 1790.
225mm High.
Mint Condition.
 

                    

  
                       
  

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T153

 


A Victorian Childs Plate Brightly Painted With A Basket Of Flowers, The Rim Moulded And Similarly Coloured With A Continuous Floral Garland.
179mm Diameter.
Staffordshire, Circa 1850.
Good Condition.


              
  

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD376

 


 

A Large Mid 18thC Lambeth Delft Dish Painted In Polychrome With A Stylised Pheasant Within A Foliate Border.
347mm Diameter.
Circa 1760.
Small restoration to the rim with an associated hairline crack. Still resonant to the touch. Purchased from Gary Atkins, Kensington Church Street, for 650 sterling about 10 years ago - Atkins invoice available.
Very Decorative.

      
  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T481

 


A Set Of 7 19thC French Earthenware Plates Transfer Printed And Coloured With A Girl In A Tree, A Pagoda Beyond.
Printed Marks, Circa 1860.
205mm Diameter.
One Chipped.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S249

 


A Good Early 19th Century lead glazed earthenware Toby Jug of typical form, the seated toper with tricorn hat and mug of foaming ale on an octagonal base, the handle and base with sponged green and pink decoration.
250mm high.
Circa 1820.
Perhaps Scottish.
The tricorn with some restoration.


        

        

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q228

 


An 18th century Chinese blue and white octagonal meat plate painted with a river landscape.
Excellent condition.
324 mm wide


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N163

 
An 18th century Chinese blue and white bullet shape teapot with straight spout and underglaze blue decoration later enhanced or "clobbered" in Europe with overglaze enamels. This later decoration applied soon after the teapot arrived in Europe, probably in Holland.
Circa 1780.

        

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N683

 

An 18th century Chinese blue and white bullet shape teapot with straight spout and painted underglaze decoration of peonies, pine and bamboo; original domed cover.
Circa 1760.
A lot for the connoisseur.

           
 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N681

 


A Good Set Of 5 Victorian Wedgwood Green Majolica Plates With Moulded Leaves, Tendrils And Basket Weave.
213mm diameter.
Impressed marks, circa 1850.
A lovely set in mint condition.


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S142

 


A Late 19thC Chinese Porcelain Hexagonal Jardiniere With Gilded Moulded Panels Within Densley Painted Flowerheads, The Rim Everted And With Raised Pad Feet.
Painted Character Marks To The Base.
Circa 1880.
280mm Wide x 243mm High.
A small section of the base restuck.


                     

 
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T180

 


A Pair Of Royal Worcester Gilded Blush Ivory Figures Of Eastern Water Carriers, She With Vessel On Her Shoulder And He With Vessel At His Waist, Both On Rocky Mound Bases.
203 and 208mm High.
Model No 1206.
Printed Factory Marks And Date Code For 1950 And 1952.
Mint Condition

     


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T23

 


A Good Decorative Late 19thC Chinese Canton Famille Rose Baluster Porcelain Vase Painted With Panels Of Court Scenes Within Busy Floral And Insect Borders, The Neck Applied With Kylin Handles And The Shoulder With Chilong.
316mm High.
Circa 1890.
A Small Shallow Glaze Flake To The Body, Probably Occurred Before Firing.


                  

                                      

           
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T24

 


A Very Stylish Pair Of Early 19thC English Wedgwood Black Basalt Dolphin Candlestick Figures On Rectangular Shell Moulded Bases.
150mmH x 86mmD x 212mmH
Impressed marks, circa 1820.
Both nozzles restuck.

     

  

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S54

 


An Extraordinary Late Victorian Wileman & Co Foley Art Pottery Intarsio Vase Designed By Frederick Rhead Of Cylindrical Form On Flared Base, Painted With A Frieze Of Cherub Musicians Between Yellow Bands Painted With A Repeating Design Of Stylised Pink Flowers And Leaves.
305mm High.
Printed Factory Mark Together With 3001.
Circa 1898-1900.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: T62

 


A Victorian, George Jones, majolica teapot and cover with naturalistic spout and handle, the cover with twig handle and relief moulded blossoming branches, the ovoid body relief moulded with similar blossoming branches above a wicker woven band on a deep blue ground, the interior turquoise.
The cover with painted "80" mark, otherwise apparently not marked.
Circa 1870.
168mm high.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: N665

 


A small Thai, Sawankoloke, 15th/16th Century Celadon 2 Handle Jarlet With The Glaze Pooling Just Short Of The Foot.
66mm High.
Circa 1500.
Provenance : Peter Gordon Collection.
Peter Gordon was a New Zealand diplomat serving in South East Asia in the 1960's. He formed a large collection of ceramics, the more important pieces were gifted to Auckland Museum. About 15 years ago Webbs, Auctioneers, Auckland, sold off the balance of the collection where I purchased this little jar. A gorgeous simple little pot made around the time Elizabeth I was snuggling up to Dudley. Good condition.

  


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S262

 


A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Tapering Cylindrcial Mug With Glaze In Shades Of Green And Brown And EPNS Mounts Featuring Exposed Rivets And Handle With Hieroglyphics And Sphinx Like Mask.
Impressed Wedgwood Mark, Circa 1880.112mm High.
Shallow hair line crack to rim.  

 

        


 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number:

 


A Most Decorative 19thC Majolica Oval Dish In Shades Of Green And Yellow
Moulded In High Relief With Corn Cobs And Basket Weave, The Rim With Corn Leaves.
330mm wide.
Circa 1880.
Not marked, probably English.
Stunning!

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S197

 


A Late 19thC Portuguese Majolica Pebble Encrusted Wall Plaque
Modelled In High Relief With Combative Lizards, In The Manner Of Bernard Pallisey.
Impressed marks "M Mafra, Caldao, Portugal." 225mmD.
Immaculate condition.

  

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R534

 


An Early 20thC Royal Worcester Eagle Pot Pourri Vase And Cover With Pierced Tracery And Reynolds Angels And Rocky Mound Circular Base, With Peach Glaze And Gilt Rims.
Printed Factory Mark To Base, Date Code Possibly For 1916.
225mm High
Fresh from an estate clearance, a bit grubby but in mint condition.

     

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S178

 



An 18thC Chinese Octagonal Blue And White Sauce Tureen With Boars Head Handles.
190mm wide.
Circa 1780.
Resonant to the touch with shallow cracks.
 

 
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R412

 


A Spectacular Early 19thC Brameld Earthenware Blue And White Transfer Printed Two Handle Foot Bath Decorated Inside And Out With Oriental Style River Landscapes And Buildings.
476mmW x 329mmD x 206mmH
Circa 1830.
Partial impressed mark together with impressed "B" mark.
A section of the rim broken and restuck.
Very decorative!

     

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD326

 


A 19thC English Staffordshire Phrenology Inkwell Of Typical Form, The Skull With Spurious Printed Sectioned Attributes Such As Benevolence, Wonder, Hope And Veneration: Bears Impressed Mark For F Bridges, Phrenologist.
72mmW x 82mmD x 139mmH

 
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: CD297

 


An 18thC Chinese Imari Porcelain Teapot Painted In A Typical Palette Of Underglaze
Cobalt Blue And Overglaze Iron Red; The Silver Spout A Replacement.
Circa 1750.
A few tiny rim chips.

     

     
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S139

 


A Copeland Art Union of London Parian Jug, lavishly decorated with a gilt dragon forming the handle above the ovoid body with stems of lotus.
Black printed mark to base.
252mm high.
Circa 1870.

        

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R633

 


A Good Late 19thC Japanese Meiji Imari Flaring Ribbed Vase Gilded And Painted In A Typical Palette With Additonal Green Enamel With Pine And Plum And Pagodas In A Mountainous Landscape.
293mm High.
Painted Character Marks To Base, Circa 1880.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: S141

 
An 18th century Worcester mask jug with double scroll handle and typical Bacchanalian mask at the spout; printed in blue and white with chrysanthemum and rose sprays.
Printed underglaze blue crescent mark.

Circa 1770.
200mm High.
Tiny rim nibbles to the spout.

     
 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD68



 

 


An Early Victorian, Davenport, Blue And White Meat Plate Printed With Chinese Characters, Pagodas And Bridges In A River Landscape.
527mm x 410mm
Impressed Factory Mark, C1850.
Small stain with glaze flake
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R63

 


An Oppulent Early 19th Century English Porcelain Coffee Can Painted And Gilded In Iron Red And Cobalt Blue With Flower Sprays And Entwined Stalks.
Circa 1810. The handle broken & restuck.

      

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: CD221



 

 

A Gorgeous 18thC Chinese Imari Plate Painted With A Vase Of Flowers On A Table.
228mm diameter.
Circa 1770.
Mint conditon, rings like a bell.
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R410

 


A Late 18thC Chinese Octagonal Fitzhugh Pattern Meat Plate.
426mm diameter.
Circa 1790.
Rim chip and small old riveted rim repair, still rings to the touch
 


 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R409



 

 


A Delightful 18thC Chinese Octagonal Blue And White Basin Painted With A Fenced Garden, Rockwork And Pine Tree.
310mm diameter.
Circa 1760.
Small rim chip and footrim chip.
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R408

  An early 19thC English, Hilditch, porcelain plate printed and enamelled with Oriental characters in a pavilion.
Circa 1810.
200mm Diameter.
Slightly rubbed.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L0137

 
An 18thC Chinese Porcelain Shaped Rectangular Meat Plate with painted underglaze blue decoration of a pagoda and fenced garden in a river landscape, the border with flowering foliage and brown rim.
365mm x 276mm
Circa 1780.
Brilliant condition with one small not visible under rim chip.
 
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q286

 
An 18th century Chinese blue and white bullet shape teapot and domed cover with later or "clobbered" period decoration of gilded Chinese characters.
Circa 1780.
A charming teapot for the collector.

         

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N682

 


A Good Graduated Set Of 2 19thC Masons Ironstone Octagonal Jugs With Twig Handles And Bright Polychrome Decoration Of Chinese Characters.
153 and 136mm high.
Printed Marks, Circa 1850

     

  
 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R59



 

 

An 18thC Chinese Blue And White Plate Painted With Rockwork, Peony And Pine.
231mm diameter.
Circa 1770.
Section of rim restuck.
 
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R415

  An 18th Century English Whieldon soup plate with typical tortoise shell glaze splashed with green;
some damage.
240mm Diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N0530

 

A Large Early 19thC Masons Ironstone Mug Painted In A Typical Iron Red And Cobalt Blue Palette With Vases Of Flowers And Green Dragon Handle.
133mm high x 143mm diam.
Factory Mark, C. 1840.

     

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R607

  A late 18th century English, Pratt, pearlware mug printed and enamelled with Britannia and attendants.

142mm high

Small footrim chip.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0422

  A late 18th C. English, Newhall, fluted sugarbowl with painted flowersprays.
Small old restoration to rim, cracked.
Painted N267 pattern number.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: M0202

  A good 18th Century English, Caughley, transfer printed blue and white pickle dish decorated with a Chinese fisherman in a river landscape.
106mm x 116mm, Circa 1780.
Tiny section of rim restuck, otherwise in good condition
Price:  $ SOLD
Stock Number: N0712

 


A George III English porcelain, Chamberlains Worscester sucrier and domed cover, with moulded fluting, fixed ring handles and painted egg & dart decoration.
Painted factory mark inside of cover.
Circa 1800.
153mm Diameter.


 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0840

 


An early 19thC English porcelain oval footed dish with moulded fruiting vine decoration and gilded rim.
Probably spode, Circa 1820.
Damaged and restored
328mm Wide.


 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0845

  A large decorative English porcelain two handled soup tureen painted in a famillie rose palette, with the 'India tree' pattern. Probably Coalport.
Circa 1860.
300mm across. Lacks cover.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J0073

  An 18thC English porcelain teabowl painted in bright enamels with Chinese characters before a stylised blossom. Probably Worcester.
Circa 1780.
80mmD.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J0210

 
A pair of Minton Secessionist vases
each of squat baluster form, with tube lined flowers on a purple and shaded blue ground, printed mark and number 33, 13cm high. (2)

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P9

  A Mintons Secessionist Art Nouveau Slender Oviform Vase With Narrow Neck And Typical Tube Lined Turquoise Tendrils On A Purple Ground.
Printed Marks, Circa 1900.
102mm High.

  

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P318

  A 19th Century Pratt Paste Jar transfer printed with fox hunting scenes including hounds, mounted riders and the kill.
Printed registration diamond under, circa 1870.

        

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD145



 

 

An 18thC Chinese Blue And White Porcelain Plate Painted With Pierced Rockwork And Pine.
230mm diameter.
Circa 1780.
Mint condition, rings like a bell.
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R417



 

 

An 18thC Chinese blue and white porcelain saucer painted with buildings and a bridge in a mountainous river landscape.
136mm diameter.
Circa 1780
Mint condition.

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R418

 


A Most Decorative 19thC French, Rouen, Faience Jardiniere With Shaped Rim And Scroll Feet, Painted In A Typical Palette Of Blue, Green, Orange And Yellow.
255mm diam. x 192mm high.
Painted Rouen Mark.
Circa 1900.
Couple of glaze flakes.
 


 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: CD273



 

 

An 18thC Chinese Blue And White Plate Painted With Pierced Rockwork And Peony.
226mm diameter.
Circa 1780.
Tiny harline crack
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R416



 

 

An 18thC Chinese Imari Plate Painted With Peony In A Fenced Garden
224mm diameter.
Circa 1760.
A section of rim restuck.

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R413

 


A Small Early Victorian Staffordshire Figure Of A Seated Greyhound On Grassy Mound Base.
100mm high.
Circa 1850.
Tiny restoration to ear.
 


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R414

 



A Decorative 18thC Chinese Blue And White And Iron Red Plate Painted With A Robed Character And Attendant.
209mm diameter.
Circa 1770.
Tiny hair line crack.
 


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: R411

   

A set of six 18th Century Blue & White figural Delft tiles.

 


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0388

 

18th Century English Delft Blue and White Tiles.
 

        


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: F0072

 
A rare late 19thC MacIntyre agate glazed eathernware chalks bowl with domed cover.
Circa 1890.
94mmH. Damaged.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: G0491

 


A Charming 19th Century Italian Majolica Small Blue And White Circular Dish With Shaped Rim, Painted With A Naked Plump Putti Clasping A Mirror.
Circa 1850.
140mm Diameter.

  

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R241

 
A Gorgeous English, Worcester, 18thC Blue And White Pickle Dish, the exterior moulded in relief with stiff leaves, the interior painted with flowering foliage.
Painters mark under,
Circa 1760.
One teeny rim nibble.

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q238

 


A charming and rare 18th Century Worcester shell shaped pickle dish painted in underglaze blue with the 'Two Peony Rock Bird' pattern, the border with husks and scrolls.
130mm wide, workman's marks, circa 1756.
Not visible from the front, a small chip below the handle.  

  

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: R252

 
A mid 18th century Chinese small blue and white sauce tureen and cover with boors head handles and painted with buildings in a river landscape.
180mm x 108mm
Circa 1760
The knop restuck.

  

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: D323

 
A Royal Doulton Stoneware Jardinière, lead glazed in shades of green, blue, brown and yellow, the shoulder with tube lined pendant art nouveau inspired ornament.
230mm diameter.
Impressed marks, circa 1910.

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q35

 
A Pair Of Large Royal Doulton Stoneware Tall Baluster Vases with a band of shoulder tube line decoration of formal scrolling flowering foliage in shades of green blue, brown and cream, on a marbleised ground of shades of green.
355mm High.
Impressed factory marks together with incised "FJ" potters marks.
Circa 1925

Provenance : Graham Fitzpatrick Collection

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q309

 
A Pair Of Royal Doulton Stoneware Baluster Vases with shoulder tube line decoration of MacIntosh roses within bead framed green ground panels, on a deep blue ground.
Impressed factory marks and incised initial for Liley Partington.
285mm High.
Circa 1910

Provenance : Graham Fitzpatrick Collection

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q310

 
A Doulton Lambeth Hannah B Barlow Stoneware Baluster Vase with a large central band of fine matt ground incised with horses and grasses, the foot and shoulder with marbleised green grounds outlined with scrolling tube line decoration.
Impressed factory mark and incised Hannah Barlow initial together with another initial.
215mm High.
Circa 1900.

Provenance : Graham Fitzpatrick Collection
 

     

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q311

 
A Large Pair Of Royal Doulton Stoneware Vases with ogee bulbous bodies and tall ovoid necks and everted rims, with shoulder tube line decoration of a band of formal foliage, the neck and body with marbleised green and blue grounds.
Impressed factory marks and incised "FP" initial.
385mm High.
Circa 1920.

Provenance : Graham Fitzpatrick Collection
 

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q312

 
A Pair Of Royal Doulton Faience Hand Painted Baluster Vases painted with flowering foliage in shades of green, cream and yellow on an upper yellow and lower brown ground.
322mm High.
Impressed factory mark and painted initial for Lizzie Haughton.
Circa 1885.

        

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q340

 
A Spectacular Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Wide Oval Dish Moulded In High Relief With A Salmon On A Bed Of Leaves And Ferns, In Shades Of Turquoise, Green, Yellow, Pink And Grey.
Impressed Factory Mark And Date Code For 1878.
642mm x 323mm.
Two areas of rim restoration.
By repute used to serve salmon to Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to Christchurch in 1953.

Provenance : Bromley Cocks Collection

     

     


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q332

 
A Good Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Figure Of A Scantily Draped Young Fisherman Stretching A Long Net Behind Him On Marbleised Base In Shades Of Turquoise And Brown.
195mmW x 125mmH
Impressed Factory Mark And Date Code For 1889.

Provenance : Bromley Cocks Collection
 

        

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q330

 
A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Miniature Urn In Stand On Circular Base In Shades Of Green, Turquoise, Brown, Pink And Yellow.
Impressed Factory Mark And Date Code For 1876.
133mm High.
Small hairline crack to rim.

Provenance : Bromley Cocks Collection

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q337

 
An English, Lowestoft, 18th century blue and white teapot painted with Chinese style flowering foliage in a fenced garden.
Circa 1770.
Broken and restuck.

        

  

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N684

 


A Small Royal Doulton Art Nouveau Stoneware Swollen Cylindrical Vase With Tube Line Decoration Of Stylised Flower Heads.
Impressed Factory Marks And Incised "EB" Potter's Mark.
132mm High.Circa 1910.

  
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: Q305

 


A Small Royal Doulton Art Nouveau Stoneware Baluster Vase With Blue Ground And Stylised Curvilinear Tube Line Decoration Of Nouveau Flowers.
142mm High.Circa 1905.
A gorgeous little vase.      

  
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: Q306

 


A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Miniature Urn In Stand On Circular Base In Shades Of Green, Turquoise, Brown, Pink And Yellow.
Impressed Factory Mark And Impressed Date Code For 1876.
133mm High.Small hairline crack to rim.

  
 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: Q337


 


A Good Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Figure Of A Scantily Draped Young Fisherman Stretching A Long Net Behind Him On Marbleised Base In Shades Of Turquoise And Brown.195mmW x 125mmH
Impressed Factory Mark, Circa 1880.      

  


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: Q330

 
A Tall Ruskin Tapering Cylindrical Vase With Narrow Neck And Mauve Glaze.
Impressed Marks, Dated 1913.
247mm High.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P315

  A 19th Century Chinese Turquoise Monochrome Pottery Vase Together With Another Similar.
147mm and 126mm High
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q323

 


An Early 19th Century English Porcelain Fluted Coffee Can,
The Rim With Gilded Salmon Pink Pendant Decoration.
Circa 1810

     

 

Price:  SOLD

Stock Number: CD220

 
A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Tazza Moulded In Relief With A Sunflower In Shades Of Green, Yellow, Brown And Blue Together With A Similar Low Tazza And Plate.
Impressed Factory Marks And Date Code For 1876.
The Tazza 215mmD x 113mmH
The tazza with hairline crack

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q331

  An 18thC Chinese blue&white coffee cup painted with Peonies & Bamboo issuing from rockwork.
Circa 1760.
63mmHigh.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: C0163

  A charming and rare miniature 18th C. English, Lowestoft, saucer painted in underglaze blue with a Chinese style fenced garden.

Circa 1770.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: M0206

 
A Rare Late 19thC NZ, Milton, Majolica Bottle Vase Glazed In Shades Of Brown, Blue And Green.
240mm High.
Milton was the site of the first New Zealand commercial pottery.

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q324

 

A Late 19thC Wedgwood Type Green Majolica Leaf Moulded Dolls House Dessert Service Comprising Of A Tazza, 3 Shaped Dishes And 6 Plates.
Circa 1890.

Price: SOLD

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Stock Number: Q360

 
A Small 19th Century Japanese, Satsuma, Circular Box And Cover Painted With Rural Workers.
60mm diameter.
Painted character mark to base.
Circa 1880.

  


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N620

 
A Ruskin Tapering Cylindrical Vase With Everted Rim And Spreading Circular Foot; Lustrous Flecked Turquoise Glaze.
Impressed marks, dated 1916.
151mm High.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P316

 
A mid 20th century Wedgwood "Alpine Pink" glazed nautilus shell vase raised on an oval cockle shell base.
250mm x 195mm.
Printed factory and Portland vase marks.

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q326

 
A Victorian Wedgwood Majolica Jug With Moulded Relief Decoration Of Flowering Plants And Glaze In Shades Of Blue, Green, Brown And Yellow.
Impressed Factory Mark, Circa 1880.
The rim with hairline cracks.
142mm High.

     


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q329

  A Decorative Early 19th Century English Ironstone Hexagonal Polychrome Sauce Tureen And Domed Cover With Bud Finial And Mask Handles.
207mm Wide x 103mm High.
Circa 1820,
Not marked, possibly Masons.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD116

 
A Decorative Early 19thC English, Sunderland, Lustre Jug printed with a sailing ship named "William IV" together with 2 rhyming sailors dittys, the neck with pink lustre, the ship and dittys within green leaf reserves.
185mm high.
Circa 1830.
Couple of old restored rim chips.

        

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q231

 
A Good Mid 19th Century Japanese Fluted Circular Imari Bowl Painted In A Typical Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue With Fan Shape Panels And Flowerheads On Rectangular Blue Grounds.
Circa 1850.
217mm diameter.

  

  


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: R8

 
A Superb 18th Century English, Worcester, Blue And White Bowl Painted In The Chinese Manner With Birds And Flowering Foliage In A Fenced Garden.
195mm diameter.
Circa 1765.
Exquisite, delicate painting.

     

    

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q367

  An interesting Continental green glaze jug with devil mask


Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q334

 
An Extremely Charming And Very Rare Early 19thC Yorkshire Pottery Sheep Group of an oversized sheep, tiny lamb and undersize shepherd on oval base, painted in a typical Pratt style palette of blue, brown, yellow and black.
One horn chipped and partially lacking.
146mm Wide x 155mm High.
Circa 1800.
A Rare And Desirable Piece For The Collector Of English Pottery.

           

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q304

 
An Early 19thC English Sunderland Lustre Jug Printed And Coloured With A Sailing Ship And Patriotic Rhyme, A View Of The Iron Bridge Dated 1795 And A Compass With Sailing Ships.
180mm High.
Circa 1800.
Despite the presence of a couple of stable star cracks and a stained interior this is a good example with crisp images and nice hand colouring.

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q315

  For the Connoisseur.
A 1930's Wedgwood Keith Murray design black basalt cylindrical vase with bands of engine turning and a slightly everted raised base.
Impressed factory marks and facsimile signature.
105mm High x 95mm Diameter.
Very restrained. Very stylish.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: M0012

 
A Mid 19thC Chinese, Cantonese, Baluster Vase with applied gilded lizards and kylin, reserve painted in a typical famille rose palette with characters within an interior with key pattern border, the body painted with buddhistic emblems and further small cartouche shape reserves
355mm high.
Circa 1840.
Minor rim chip.


        

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q268

 
A Mid 19thC Chinese, Cantonese, Baluster Vase with applied gilded lizards and kylin, reserve painted in a typical famille rose palette with characters within an interior and birds and insects.
355mm high
Stable lower body cracks.
Circa 1850.

           

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q262

 
An attractive pair of early 19th century English porcelain coffee cans enamelled and gilded with fruiting vine.
Circa 1810

        

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q230

  A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire white and black, flat back Spaniels.
Circa 1880.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q34

  A Good Mid 19thC Japanese, Imari, Square Dish painted in a typical palette of iron red, cobalt blue and turquoise green with a vase of flowers, the deep shaped rim with phoenix.
Approximately 292mm square.
Circa 1850.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q261

 
A Pair Of English, Bow, 18thC powder blue ground sugar bowls, the fan shaped reserves painted with Chinese river landscapes; mock Chinese marks under.
190mm diameter.
Circa 1760.
A few tiny rim nibbles.

           

     

     

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q239

 


A Good Early 19th Century English, Pratt, lead glazed earthenware Toby Jug of typical form, the seated toper with tricorn hat and mug of foaming ale on an octagonal base.
242mm high.
Circa 1810.
A few small chips to the hat, otherwise in good condition with no restoration.


        

        

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q227

 
A Rare 19th Century Chinese, Cantonese, Oviform Spittoon with wide everted rim and painted in a typical palette with birds and insects and characters in domestic interiors.
194mm diameter x 133mm high
Circa 1840.
Rim chip with associated crack but still resonant to the touch and totally stable.

        

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Q203

 
A Divine George III Early 19th Century Porcealin Slop Bowl painted with flowering foliage on a duck egg blue ground.
156mm diameter.
Circa 1810.
Mint condition.
Most decorative

     

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD170

 
A Gorgeous George III Early 19th Century Porcealin Teapot Stand painted with flowering foliage on a duck egg blue ground.
187mm wide.
Circa 1810


        

  

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD171

  An Early 19th Century English Porcelain 2 Handle Shaped Oval Hand Painted Botanical Specimen Dish with gilded fruiting vine border and grape moulded handles.
274mm Wide
Circa 1810.

     

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD141

 
A Ruskin Tapering Cylindrical Vase With Pronounced Shoulder, Narrow Neck, Everted Rim And Raised Foot; Turquoise Glaze.
Impressed West Smethwick Mark, Dated 1905.
163mm High.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P317

 

A 20th Century Italian Majolica dish painted with Grotesques in the manner of Raphael.
202mm Diameter.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD31

 
A rare Faience Stein with Pewter mounts.
German Circa 1700.
Cracked and repaired.
 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: G0035

 
An Australian studio pottery brown glazed eathernware jug.
Incised potters mark for John Campbell & dated 1935.
107mmH.
Tiny rim restoration.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: C0612

  A good late 19th Century Japanese, Meiji period, slender ovifrom blue ground cloissone silver wire vase decorated with flowering foliage.
150mm high.
Circa 1890.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0702

  A Victorian, Staffordshire, blue and white shaped square vegetable tureen and cover with lion finial; printed with the willow pattern.
Circa 1860
210mm wide. Rim chips.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0318

  A small Victorian Staffordshire two handled rectangular blue and white pickle dish printed with the willow pattern.
Circa 1860.
157mmW.
Small restoration.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L0321

  A good early 19th century English blue and white earthenware pierced drainer printed in the Chinese manner with peonies.
Tiny rim chip to underside, not visible from top.

Circa 1830.
296mm diameter.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N0088

  A Victorian Pratt Type Earthenware Vase Printed With Characters Of Classical Inspiration On Burgundy Ground.
165mm High.
Circa 1880.

  

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P263

  A Striking 19th Century French Porcelain Vase Of Classical Inspiration With Lion Mask And Paw Foot Handle.
239mm High.
Quasi Sevres Mark,
Circa 1880.

     

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P262

 
A Good Ruskin Tall Tapering Cylindrical Vase With Narrow Neck And Iridescent Purple Glaze.
Impressed marks, dated 1917, together with original paper label.
237mm High


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: P314

  A PHRENOLOGY BUST BY L. N. FOWLER Late 19th Century, the white earthenware bust printed in black with scientific text of areas of the brain controlling the human functions, also printed with retailers mark and testimonial, 30cm high. The study of phrenology did not advance, as it was proven medically most of the marked areas were incorrect.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: P102

  An 18thC English, probably Liverpool porcelain slop bowl painted in Polychrome enamels with flower sprays.
Circa 1780.
122mmD.
Tiny rim chip.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H0241

  A pair of late 18th C. English, Newhall, hardpaste porcelain fluted coffee cups with painted flower sprays.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: M0198

  An 18th C. English, Chelsea, red anchor peroid octagonal teabowl painted with flower sprays.
Painted red anchor mark.
Cracked.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: M0199

  A 19thC German, Berlin, plain white glazed, pierced circular basket with twig handles.
Circa 1850.
224mm Across.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: G0042

  A late 17thC German, Rhenish, salt glaze stoneware jug with plain strap handle and Wonderfully worn glaze at the rim.
Circa 1690
304mm high.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J0356

   

An early 19thC English, Miles Mason, blue & white porcelain teabowl painted in the Chinese manner.
Underglaze blue square seal mark.
Cracked.
Circa 1810. 89mm Diameter.

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0838

  An early 19thC English blue & white teabowl, painted in the Chinese manner.
Cracked.
Circa 1810
89mm Diameter.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0839

  A late 19thC Chinese blue & white porcelain teabowl and saucer, painted with an early version of the willow pattern.
The saucer with small hairline crack.
Circa 1800. 142mmD
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0835

  A late 18thC Chinese blue & white saucer.
Shallow glaze flake to rim.
Circa 1800.
127mm Diameter.
Price:  SOLD

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Stock Number: N0836

  A late 18thC Chinese blue & white saucer.
Small hairline crack.
143mm Diameter.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0837

  A pair of early 19th Century English earthenware blue and white transfer printed pickle dishes decorated with the willow pattern.
133mm across, Circa 1830.
Good condition, nominal crazing.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0711

  A Mintons Art Nouveau Secessionist small dish decorated with tube line curvilinear flowering foliage.
131mm diameter, Circa 1900.
Impressed factory marks.
Some crazing
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0709

  A small early 19th century Masons ironstone octagonal jug with dragon moulded handle; typical iron red and cobalt blue palette.
76mm high.
Factory marks, circa 1830.
Small chip to handle.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N0716

  An early 19th century English, Spode, green ground plate with gilded leaf shape reserve painted with flowering plants, pendant gilded sprays and gilded rim.
Printed "Spode Felspar Porcelain" mark, circa 1820.


228mm diameter.
Some gilding rubbed, otherwise excellent condition.

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: K0348

 
A Victorian Pewter mounted patent stoneware jug moulded in high relief with naked frolicking putti.
Circa 1860.
235mm High.
Old repair.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: B573

  A mid 19thC Japanese, Imari circular dish painted in a typical palette of iron red and cobalt blue with a vase of flowers & Bhuddistic wagons.
Circa 1850.
306mmD. Mint condition.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J53

  An Ashworths real ironstone china part dinner service, comprising, 4 graduated meat platters 3 oval serving dishes 10 dinner plates 8 soup plates all pattern B/2838, printed and impressed marks,
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N807

    

 

A Victorian, Staffordshire, unglazed earthenware miniature child's plate printed in purple with a rural idyll. Good condition.
Printed pattern mark, circa 1850.
107mm diameter.

 

Price:  $65.00
Stock Number: K365

  An early 19th century blue and white meat platter transfer printed with the 'Newnham Courtenay' pattern.

Circa 1840.
392mm wide.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N90

  An early 18th century Chinese blue and white octagonal stand painted with a peony and pine tree.
Excellent condition.
333mm diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H549

  An 18th century Chinese blue and white octagonal stand painted with a bridge and buildings in a river landscape.
371mm diameter.
Superb condition.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: G651

  A Victorian transfer printed Asiatic pheasant meat plate.
373mm Wide.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N663

  A Victorian transfer printed Asiatic pheasant meat plate.
Rim chip to the rear.
414mm Wide.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N664

  An 18th Century Chinese porcelain saucer painted with flowering foliage. Fault.
135mm Diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD29

 


A pair of early 19thC English, Bloor Derby, green ground oval dishes with gilded borders.
Printed factory mark.
Circa 1820.
Some staining.
286mm Wide.


 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N844

  An extremely decorative pair of early 19thC Chinese, Cantonese, famille rose oviform vases. Painted with characters in courtyards with Butterflies and insects.
Circa 1820.
305mm high.
Small damage to gilded handles.
CAN BE LAMPED!
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N133

 


An early 18th century Chinese blue and white jar painted with Buddhistic lions and scrollwork.

130mm high.
Circa 1700.
Rim chipped.

Price: SOLD

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Stock Number: H622

  A totally innocuous and boring late 19thC yellow glazed moulded jardiniere with a very desirable moulded mark for "Milton," New Zealand's first commercial pottery located just south of Dunedin.
 

145mm High x 170mm Diameter.
A few rim cracks.

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: K0137

  A very rare late 19thC Milton Pottery majolica glazed bottle vase and cover.
280mm High.
Cover associated.
A desirable and early example of NZ pottery.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: K0384

  A pair of early 19th century English ironstone plates painted in a bright polychrome palette with an oriental style fenced garden.
Possibly Spode, circa 1820.
222mm diameter.
Some rubbing.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: K342

 

An early Victorian eathernware Blue and white sauce tureen with fixed stand, cover & ladle;
Transfer printed with the willow pattern. Circa 1840
Cover cracked.
195mmW x 156mmH.

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N833

  A 19th Century Japanese Imari vase with long neck.
180mm High.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N379

  A 19thC Japanese, Imari, bottle vase with faceted spherical body and long neck; typical palette of iron red & cobalt blue.
Crca 1860.
238mm high.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: G722

  A superb graduated set of three Late 19thC Japanese porcelain bowls with gilded and enamelled panels of herons & phoenix birds, the well with chrysanthemums in a bamboo fenced garden.
252mmD of largest.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H512

  An 18thC English, Derby, porcelain figure of a scantily draped Putto figure with floral garland and basket of flowers.
Circa 1790.
107mmH.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H0675

  A pair of 19thC Derby, Stevenson & Handcock miniature tureens and covers painted with roses.
Circa 1860.
30mmW x 80mmH.
Small old restoration.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H0691

  An 18th Century English, Caughley, miniature painted blue and white teabowl decorated with an insect and flowering foliage.
49mm diameter, Circa 1785.
Tiny rim nibbles, some staining.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N713

  An extremely rare Plymouth Blue & White coffee cup painted with a Chinese style garden.
Painted Alchemists sign for tin.
Circa 1770
60mm High.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD19

   

A late 18thC Chinese export blue & white teabowl.
Painted with buildings and sampans in a river landscape.
Circa 1790.
87mmDiameter.

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N834

  A rare early 19th C English B&W eathernware egg stand with lions head handle and raised foot;
Printed with an elephant & flowering foliage.
Circa 1840.
184mm Diameter.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N848

  A good Foley "Intarsio" Art Nouveau bowl designed by Frederick Rhead and painted with flowering foliage.
145mm diameter.
Circa 1900
Printed factory marks.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N708

  A Superb Wedgwood Keith Murray blue monochrome banded shoulder vase.
Printed factory marks and designer's monogram.
Circa 1935.

Claimed as one of our own, Keith Murray, an iconic New Zealander, architect and great exponent of modern movement ceramics.
What a shape. Strong as!

281mm high.

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N207

  A Superb Wedgwood Keith Murray green monochrome banded shoulder vase.
Printed factory marks and facsimile signature; impressed factory marks.
Circa 1930.

Claimed as one of our own, Keith Murray, an iconic New Zealander, architect and great exponent of modern movement ceramics.

281mm high.

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N164

  A Good Early 19th Century Gaudy Welsh Mug of large proportions with everted rim and strap handle; typical palette, inscribed "Adam & Mary Lillie."
131mm high, Circa 1840.
Star crack to base of handle.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N710

  A 20th Century French Faience porringer painted with a Brittany lady.
170mm Diameter
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD30

  An 18th C. English, Worcester, moulded sauceboat with painted panels of fishermen in Chinese style landscapes.
Circa 1765.
Small section of rim restuck & cracked.

190mmW.

Price: SOLD

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Stock Number: M0194

  A charming early 19th C. English small earthernware teapot painted with fruiting foliage.
Tiny old restoration to spout.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: M197

 
A pair of mid 19th century English, Masons style, octagonal ironstone Crimean War patriotic jugs printed and coloured with crossed English and French flags, inscribed:
 

"God Save The Queen
May They Ever Be United
Vive L'Empereur."
 

Circa 1850.
130mm high.

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N366

  A charming small mid 19th C. English, pottery plate with a black & white print of soldiers in action entitled;
"Battle of Balaclava".
 

152mm diameter.
 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N332

  A pair of 18th C. English, Derby, bocage porcelain figures of recumbent cattle on naturalistic bases.
Patch marks, circa 1780.
Small old restoration to horns and bocage losses.
105mmW x 96mmH.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: N293

  A Set of 3 19th century flattened hexagonal, Dutch delft vases with polychrome transfer print.

350mm high, 155mm wide, 105mmdeep.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: N304

  An 18th C. English, Worcester, fluted coffee cup with alternate iron red and cobalt blue painted panels.
Underlaze blue square seal mark, circa 1775.
Handle restuck.
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: M203

  An 18th C. English, Worcester, saucer printed in underglaze with the Fence Pattern.
Printed crescent mark

circa 1780.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: M204

  A massive, early and rare early 19th century English,Staffordshire, blue and white jug with animal, cycling and Saxe-Cobourg(sic) interest prints.

Old restoration to spout, 2 small star cracks

330mm high x 425mm wide across spout and handle

 

Price: SOLD
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  A17th century Chinese brown glaze earthenware Martaban jar made for the SE Asian market.

510mm high
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L264

  An early 19th century English, perhaps Masons, ironstone 16 piece dessert service; compote, rectangular dish, 2 leaf shape dishes, 12 plates. Printed royal arms marks.

Superb condition, one plate with hairline crack

Price: SOLD
StockNumber:L323

 

A charming small early 19th century English creamware figure emblematic of Autumn.

Small professional restoration to arm.

150mm high

Price: SOLD
StockNumber:K372

 

A charming small early 19th century English creamware figure emblematic of summer.

Small professional restoration to neck.

124mm high

Price: SOLD
StockNumber:K373

 

A 19th century Chinese, Cantonese, scholars pen box and cover painted in a typical palette.

Minor internal flange chip.

180mm x 95mm x 70mm

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K207

  A decorative early 19th Century English porcelain two handled dish. Decorated in bright fanny rose enamels with an urn, a potted plant and exotic birds.
Circa 1820
285mm
Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: K0077

  A19th century majolica cheese dome and stand.

Chip to stand and crack to dome.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L183

 

An 18th century German, Rhenish, Westerwald "GR" mug, typical form but nice small size.

Mint condition.

152mm high.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L253

 

An 18th century Dutch Delft blue and white circular dish painted with a vase of flowers.

Small piece of rim broken and restuck, normal rim frits..

Diameter 350mm

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L324

A PAIR, one shown,  of late 18th century Chinese famille rose oval dishes painted with ribbon tied chrysanthemums.

Superb original condition

Diameter 275mm

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: L316

  A 19th century French earthenware satirical plate printed and enamelled with a moustached rabbit in uniform, "Un Vieux Lapin."

Printed and impressed marks to reverse.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K358

  A late 17th century German, Hanau or Frankfurt, tin-glazed earthenware charger painted in Chinese Wan Li  style.

390mm diameter

Professional restoration of cracks to body, minor typical rim fritting, displays well.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J236

  A charming small early 19th century English, Staffordshire, plate with printed virtuous adage about the benefits of Temperance and moulded flower head border picked out in bright enamels. Circa 1820.

136mm diameter. Brilliant original condition.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K350

  A 19th century English, Staffordshire, 2 handle loving cup with moulded mask head double scroll handles, painted polychrome chinese style garden and spreading circular foot; inscribed and dated "Jonathan Fawley 1842."
212mm wide x 141mm high.
Brilliant condition.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K359

  An early 19th century English, Worcester Barr plate, circa 1800.Impressed B mark, "Royal Lily" pattern.

200mm diameter.

Some rubbing to gilding, otherwise excellent condition.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K182

  A rare nest of 3 miniature Victorian, Staffordshire, blue and white octagonal meat plates printed with children at play with a kite and hoop before a brick wall, building and church.
Circa 1850
Largest 143mm wide.
Small stained crazing to largest.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K314

  An early 19th century English earthenware blue and white sauce tureen, cover and stand printed with a church in a country landscape.
Probably Spode, circa 1840.
Stand 217mm wide.
Tureen resonant to the touch but with 2 shallow body cracks.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K306

  A large 19thC polychrome transferprint ashet in the 'India Tree' pattern.  Printed and impressed maker's mark 'Pinder, Bourne & Co' on reverse.

Excellent condition.
490mm and 394mm diameter.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H34

  A medium-sized 19thC polychrome transferprint ashet in the 'India Tree' pattern. Printed  maker's mark 'Pinder, Bourne & Co' on reverse. Close match to above plate.

Excellent condition.
445mm x 350mm.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H666

  A large 19thC blue and white transferprint ashet. Circa 1840, English, probably Staffordshire, unmarked except for the impressed numeral '20'.

Excellent condition
535mm x 415mm.

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H464

  A large 19thC flowblue ashet. Marked to the reverse with maker "N&H' and indecipherable pattern number.

Excellent condition.
505mm x 415mm..

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J643

  Various early 19thC “Dragons in a Compartment” Barr Worcester.
Some rubbing, star crack to one plate.
207mm and 211mm diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K167, K168, K170

  A pair of English ironstone sauce tureen stands, excellent condition.
Printed “Real Stone China” factory marks, circa 1825.
212mm wide.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: PW10

  An early 18th century Chinese blue and white 12 sided stand painted with a doe.
Good condition, minor rubbing to well.
373mm diameter.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K106

  A Copeland blue and white plate printed with the "Common Wolf Trap" pattern.
Printed marks, circa 1850.
215mm diameter.
Stable crack to side of well.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0305

  An early 19th century Spode blue and white leaf shape earthenware dish printed with cattle, characters, bridge and church ruins in a country landscape.
Printed and impressed marks, circa 1830.
237mm diameter.
Several small not visible under rim chips.
 
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: K0310

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