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A Very Rare Pair Of 19thC Continental Bisque Porcelain Figures Of Standing Rugby Players Dressed In Full Kit And Clutching Balls.
198mm Tall.
Circa 1880.
One With Inconspicuous Base Hairline Crack, Otherwise Great Condition.
 

 

        

  

        
 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z487

 


 

A 19thC Italian, Naples, Porcelain Figure Of A Naked And Bearded Man On Tree Trunk Support And Stepped Square Base,
Likely Inspired By The Classical Pompeian Figure Of The Dancing Faun.
205mm High.
Painted Underglaze Blue Mark, Circa 1850.
Lovely Condition, Fingers Intact.

 

        

        
 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA793

 

 

 

A Pair Of Chinese Blue And White Lotus Shape 9 Sided Dishes With Chocolate Rims, The Wells Painted With Grasshoppers, Insects And Peony And Chrysanthemum Issuing From Rockwork, The Edges Similarly Painted Featuring Ducks,
The Reverse With Flower Sprays.
About 227mm Diameter.
Kangxi, Circa 1700.
Close To Mint Condition, A Few Tiny Nibbles To Extremities.
The narrow brown rim is I think a nod to the time when - in even earlier pieces -
a slender sheet copper rim was applied. This was done to stop the edges,
particularly on softer bodies, picking up small chips or 'frits'.


 

        

        

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA113

 


 

Wow! A Pair Of Highly Decorative Early 19thC English Earthenware Copper Lustre Sash Window Stops Modelled As Lions.
65mm Wide x 92mm Deep x 95mm High.
One With An Old Chip To The Side, The Other With Eyebrow Glaze Flake,
Fabulous Sombre Expressions. Stunning!
 

           

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZA872

 


 

A George III Teabowl And Saucer Printed In Puce With Named Everyday Scenes Of Trading/Artisan Interest.
The Saucer 137mm Diameter.
Circa 1810.
Pristine Condition.
 

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZB30

  A 19th Century English, Devon, Straw glazed earthenware Costral with shoulder lug handles.
203mmH.
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD43

 


 

An Attractive 19thC Japanese Meiji Period Imari Circular Bowl
Painted In A Typical Palette of Underglaze Blue And Iron Red Highlighted With Green Enamel,
Featuring Panels Of Phoenix, Mon Flowerheads And Foliage, The Well With An Abundant Wisteria Vine.
279mm Diameter x 118mm High.
Circa 1870.
Cracked To The Rim, Still With Some Resonance, Large And Decorative, Cheap As Chips.
 

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZC90

 

 


An Early 19thC English Earthenware Plate Printed And Painted In Hilditch Style With Chinese Characters In A Fenced Garden, The Purple Lustre Outlined Rim Crisply Moulded With Flowerheads.
195mm Diameter.
Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition, The Print A Little Smudged.


       


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z112

 

 


An 17th Century English Delft Lobed Circular Dish Painted In Manganese With A Chinese Inspired Figure.
342mm Diameter.
Broken And estuck.

 

        

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD254

 

 


A 19thC Minton Shaped And Pierced Serving Plate Printed And Painted With Chinese Style Vases Of Flowers.
250mm Wide x 214mm Deep.
Printed "Chinese Tree" Mark Together With Painted Pattern Number "1959."
Excellent Condition, Rings Like A Bell.
 


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z114

 

 

An Early 19thC Chamberlain’s Worcester Cylindrical Inkwell,
The Salmon Pink Ground Gilded To Simulate Marble, The Top With 3 Apertures.
61mm Diameter x 64mm High.
Script Mark, Circa 1815.
Some Rubbing To The Gilding, Interior And Base Stained,
No Damage Detected.
 

     

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZA709

 


 

A Late 18thC Chinese Blue And White Octagonal Meat Plate
Painted With A Sampan And Buildings In A Mountainous River Landscape; Mounted For Suspension.
406mm x 330mm.
Qianlong, Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition, Resonant To The Touch.
 

     

        


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  CD1276

 

 
 

A Late 18thC Chinese Export Porcelain Blue And White Small Octagonal Meat Plate Painted With Trees, Buildings, Bridge And Fenced Garden  In River Landscape, Diaper Cavetto And Foliate Diaper Border. Qianlong, Circa 1790.
253mm Wide x 181mm Deep.
To Be Expected Heavy Potting, Excellent Resonant Condition,
A Tiny Rim Nibble Mentioned For Accuracy Only.
 


  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z148

 


 

An Early 19thC English Masons Type Ironstone Octagonal Meat Plate
Painted In An Imari Palette With A Chinese Style Vase Of Flowers Within A Border
Incorporating Chrysanthemum And Peony; Suspension Device.
424mm x 313mm
Printed "Real Stone China" Mark, Circa 1830.
Resonant To The Touch, No Cracks, Chips Or Restoration,
The Overglaze Red Enamel Decoration Rubbed, Cheap As Chips.
 

     

     


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  CD1277

 

 

 

An 18thC English Delft Tile, The Powdered Manganese Border Reserved With An Octagonal Panel Painted With Buildings And Windmills In A River Landscape, The Spandrels With Blue Flower Heads.
130mm Square.
Probably Lambeth, Circa 1720.
Good Condition.
 


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA233

 

 

 

An 18thC English Delft Tile, The Powdered Manganese Border Reserved With A Shaped Octagonal Panel
Painted With A Blue Shepherd, Crook And Two Sheep, The Spandrels With Blue Flower Heads.
130mm Square.
Probably Lambeth, Circa 1720.
Good Condition.

 


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA234

 


 

An 18thC English Delft Manganese Tile Painted Sparingly With A Church And Sailing Ships.
128mm Square.
Circa 1750, Possibly Liverpool.
Good Condition.
 

  


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZB295

 


 

An 18thC English Delft Manganese Tile Painted With A Frock Coated Gentleman
In A Country Landscape Clasping A Long Handled Pole.
130mm Square.
Circa 1750, Possibly Bristol.
Good Condition.
 

  


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZB296

 

 


An Attractive Victorian Octagonal Ironstone Mug Painted In A Bright "Gaudy Welsh" Palette With Flowering Foliage.
112mm Diameter x 101mm High.
Circa 1850.
The Base With Moulded "Ironstone" And Relief Flower Head Marks.
Excellent Condition, Resonant To The Touch.
 


        

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y310

 



A Chinese Tang Dynasty Pottery Figure Of A Standing Lady With Headdress,
Clasped Hands And Robe; Traces Of Red Pigmentation.
220mm High.
Circa 800 AD.
Good Condition.
Provenance : The Property Of A Well Travelled Manawatu Collector, Now Deceased.
 

           

     

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD1211

 

 

An Early 19thC Spode Blue Ground Porcelain Inkwell
Gilded With Fleur-de-Lys, The Fixed Cover With 3 Apertures.
48mm Square x 56mm High.
Partial Spode Mark To Base, Circa 1820.
A Little Wear To Rim, Good Condition With No Damage Detected.
 

     

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZA708

 


 

An Early 19thC English Ironstone Octagonal Meat Plate Printed And Enamelled In A Famille Rose Palette
With A Chinese Scene Of A Phoenix Hovering Above Two Characters Conversing In A Garden, An Attendant With Parasol,
A Pagoda Beyond And A Massive Vase Before On An Altar Table, The Rim With Peony And Pomegranate.
368mm x 285mm
Printed "Patent Ironstone China" Mark, Circa 1810.
No Chips, No Cracks, No Restoration, Resonant To The Touch, Some Losses To The Polychrome Enamel,
Nonetheless Highly Decorative With A Very Friendly Price
 

        

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  ZB265

 

 
 

An Associated Early 19thC English, Hilditch, Cup And Saucer, The Cup Printed And Enamelled In Bright Polychrome Colours Of Blue,  Aubergine, Yellow, Orange, Leaf And Turquoise Green With Chinese Characters In A Fenced Garden, One Incongruously Clutching A European Harp, Another With Parasol, A Basket Of Washing On The Lawn, The Saucer Decorated With A Fishing Party.
Circa 1820.
The Cup With Small Hairline Crack, The Saucer Mint Condition.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z122

 

 


A 19thC English Ironstone Octagonal Mug Painted In An Imari Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue With Flowering Foliage, The Twig Handle With Green Highlight.
112mm Diameter x 101mm High.
Circa 1850.
The Base With Moulded "Ironstone" And Relief Flower Head Marks.
Good Condition With No Chips, Cracks Or Restoration, Some Minor Glaze Flakes To The Green.
 


        

        


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y311

 

 


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: SOLD
Stock Number: W223

 

 


An Extraordinary Pair Of Late 17thC German Salt Glaze Stoneware Large Bellarmine Jugs Of Typical Slender Oviform Shape With Plain Handles And Incised Masks At The Neck; Incredible Later 19thC Cold Fired All Over Painted Decoration Of Flowering Plants Reminiscent Of Decoupage.
450mm High.
Rhenish, Circa 1680.
Excellent Condition With No Cracks Or Restoration, To Be Expected Roughened Rims But No Significant Chips, Startling Bright Polychrome Painting : Decorators Delight! If You've The Courage
 


           

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z285

 


 

An Early 19thC English Creamware Blue And White Sauceboat
Painted In Underglaze Blue With Chinese Style Buildings In A Landscape,
The Inside Rim With Hatching, The Handle Plain Strap Shape.
64mm Wide x 73mm Deep x 75mm High To Top Of Handle.
Circa 1800.
A Few Little Chips About The Spout, No Cracks Or Restoration, Resonant To The Touch.
 

              

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number:  CD1266

 

 

An 18thC Worcester Blue And White Cabbage Leaf Mask Jug Of Typical From With Moulded Bearded Visage Mask At The Spout And Overlapping Cabbage Leaves To The Body, Printed With "The Parrot Pecking Fruit Pattern," The Rim With Cell Pattern.
180mm High x 79mm Diameter At Base.
Painted Underglaze Blue Quasi Oriental Mark, Circa 1780.
A Firing Crack To The Underside Of The Top Of The Handle, A Couple Of Rim Chips Adjacent To The Spout, Resonant To The Touch, Presents Well.
 

           

        

        

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB12

 


 

An Early 19thC English Porcelain Helmet Shape Cream Jug Painted Externally With Buildings
In Country Landscapes And Internally With Bright Polychrome Flowering Foliage.
147mm Wide Across Handle.
Painted "1956" Pattern Number, Probably Spode, Circa 1810.
Excellent Condition, Rings Like A Bell, Nominal Rubbing To External Decoration, Internal Flowers Bright And Lovely.
 

     

        

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB266

 


 

A Gorgeous Little 18thC English Blue And White Porcelain Sauce Boat Painted With Chinese Style Peony,
The Inside Rim With Cross Hatching.
135mm Wide Across Handle.
Chaffers Liverpool, Circa 1765.
Very Good Condition Without Damage, Resonant To The Touch, Nice Clear Painting, Some Impurities In The Paste.
 

        

     

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB273

 

 

A Most Decorative Set Of 3 George III Masons Ironstone Soup Plates
Painted In A Bright Palette Of Underglaze And Enamel Blue,
Salmon Pink And Iron Red Embellished With Gilding In The Chinese Manner
With Vases On Stands, Rockwork, Fences And Peony And Chrysanthemum.
240mm Diameter.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition, No Chips, No Cracks, No Restoration,
Fabulous Dazzling Palette.
$650 The Lot Or $250 Each.

 

  

     

  

  


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB182

 

 

A Spectacular Victorian Large Oval Ironstone Meat Plate And Drainer
Painted In A Bright Palette Of Underglaze And Enamel Blue,
Salmon Pink And Iron Red Embellished With Gilding
With Chinese Style Peony, Rockwork And A Bridge.
The Meat Plate 488mm Wide x 394mm Wide, The Drainer 334mm x 246mm.
Impressed And Printed Royal Arms Factory Marks, Circa 1870.
Highly Decorative, No Chips, No Cracks, No Restoration,
The Salmon Pink A Little Rubbed In The Well Of The Plate, The Drainer Pristine.

 

  
 

 

        

        

 

 

  

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB186

 


 

A Set Of 4 19thC Japanese Small Polychrome Dishes Painted With Mounted Horseman Above Turbulent Seas.; Thinly Potted Translucent Porcelain.
85mm Diameter
Circa 1880.
Perfect Condition, Will Split Into Pairs If Requested, Extra Damaged Dish Free To The First Purchaser.


 

           

  

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA101

 


 

A Set Of 8 19thC Japanese Small Polychrome Dishes Painted With Mounted Horseman Above Turbulent Seas.; Thinly Potted Translucent Porcelain.
90mm Diameter
Circa 1880.
6 Are In Perfect Condition Making 3 Pairs At $120 Per Pair; The Last Pair With Small Rim Imperfections, $50 The Pair.

 

     

        


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA102

 

 

A Large Victorian Black Glazed Basalt Type Coffee Pot With Domed Cover
Featuring Acanthus Leaves And Prince Of Wales Feathers,
Elaborate Double Scroll Handle, Body Decortated In Relief
With Various Botanical Specimens Including Acorns And Roses
Above Domed Circular Base.
259mm High x 275m Wide Across Spout And Handle.
Not Marked, Cyples Type, Circa 1860.
The Knop Reglued, The Cover With Unobtrusive Hairline To The Inner Rim,
A Good Looking Bold Decorative Statement.
 

  

        

           

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB185

 


 

A Small Early 19thC Chinese Famille Rose Fluted Circular Stand,
The Will Lavishly Gilded With Peony, The Rim With Polychrome Enamel Decoration Of Flowering Foliage,
The Reverse With High Relief Applied Tendrils And Bud Feet.
119mm Diameter

 

     

  

        


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD1187

 


 

A Late 19thC Herend, Hungary, Porcelain Leaf Shape Pickle Dish,
With Twig Handle And Painted Chinese Style Decoration Of A Butterfly And Chrysanthemum.
104mm Wide x 80mm Deep x 33mm High.
Painted Blue Enamel Factory Mark, Circa 1900.
Tiny Restoration To A Rim Hairline Crack, The Enamel Decoration Bright And Decorative.

 

     

        

           


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD1189

 


 

A Small Early 19thC Masons Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jug Of Typical Form
With Dragon Handle And Painted Chinese Style Decoration Of Urns And Flowering Foliage In An Imari Palette.
90mm High.
Printed Factory Mark, Circa 1840.
Good Condition
 

           

        

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD1188

 

 

An Early 19thC Hilditch Deep Saucer Dish Printed And Painted With Chinese Characters Before A Pagoda.
192mm Diameter.
Circa 1830.
Resonant, Without Chips Or Cracks, A Little Rubbed, Very Decorative.


  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z111

 

 


An Early 19thC English Salt Glaze Stoneware Oviform Flagon With Plain Loop Handle.
397mm High.
Circa 1800.
Good Condition.


        
 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y35

 

 


A Rare And Particularly Decorative George III Early 19thC Ironstone Baluster Vase Printed A Painted In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Continuous Chinoisserie Featuring Characters On A Terrace And In A Garden Before River Landscapes, The Shoulder With Peony And Chrysanthemum.
198mm High.
Not Marked, Circa 1800.
Probably Originally With A Cover, Otherwise Excellent Condition With Fabulous Bright Colours, Rubbing And Flaking Conspicuously Absent.

 


        

     

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z468

 

 

A Most Decorative 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Plate
Painted With A Grasshoper Amongst Peony And Chrysanthemum.
225mm Diameter.
Qianlong, Circa 1760.
Excellent Condition With A Single Fleabite Nibble To The Rim Mentioned For Accuracy Only,
Modern Suspension Device, Minor Rubbing To The Rim, Resonant To The Touch,
The Grasshopper Straight Out Of Lewis Carroll - Fabulous.

 

           

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD1185

 

 


A Charming 18thC Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Sparrow Beak Cream Jug Painted With Characters At A Table And In A Garden.
106mm High.
Chien Lung, Circa 1760.
An Original Firing Crack At The Rim, Some Minor Flaking And Rubbing To The Enamel Decoration.

 


           

        
 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y307

 


 

A Most Decorative Small Regency Basket Shape Pot Pourri With Gilded Overhead Handle And Pierced Cover With Gilded Flowerhead Finial, The Blue Enamel Ground Reserved With Gilded Rococo Vase And Cartouche Shaped Panels Finely Painted With Flowering Foliage.
73mm High To Top Of Handle x 83mm Diameter Of Top.
Definitely English, Of A Derby Type, Definitely Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition, Not Rubbed, Not Chipped, Not Cracked, Not Restored.
 

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB13

 

 


An Early 19thC Earthenware Silver Lustre Circular Sugar Bowl With Fluted Side And Circular Foot With Beaded Edge.
156mm Diameter x 84mm High.
Circa 1840.
The Lustre Glaze A Little Worn Exposing The Red Earthenware Body Beneath Otherwise Excellent Condition, Totally Resonant To The Touch, Stylish.
 

 

        

 


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: M195

 

 


A Rare Small Pair Of 18thC Dutch Delft Shaped Circular Blue And White Plates, Typically Painted With Urns Of Flowers; Wire Mounted For Suspension.
130mm Diameter.
Circa 1780.
One With Rim Section Restuck,
One With Paper Label Detailing Dunedin Provenance.
 


        

       

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z86

 


 

A Rockingham Porcelain Trio Comprising Teacup, Coffee Cup And Saucer Painted And Gilded Overglaze With Pink Roses And Blue Leaf Work, The Rims Gilded, The Handles Of Simple Strap Form.
The Saucer 154mm Diameter x The Cups 69mm And 57mm High.
The Saucer With Red Mark And Painted 508 Pattern Number.
Circa 1830.
Exceptionally Good Condition, Thinly Potted, Translucent, Resonant And Decorated To A High Standard
 

        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA715

 


 

An Early 19thC English Toby Jug Formed As A Seated Gentleman With Cup And Jug In Blue Coat, The Chamfered Base With Polychrome Sponged Work, The Handle Formed As A Caryatid, A Style Associated With The Mexborough Pottery In Yorkshire.
242mm High.
Circa 1820.
Good Condition.
 

 

           

  

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB4

 

 


A Keith Murray Wedgwood Creamware Commemorative Coronation Bowl Printed In Blue On The Exterior With "To Commemorate The Coronation Of Their Most Gracious Majesties King George The Sixth And Queen Elizabeth 1937" Together With The Arms Of Empire Countries Including New Zealand, The Interior With Profile Portraits Of George And Elizabeth, The Base With Various Factory Marks Including A Keith Murray Facsimile Signature.
Circa 1937.
256mm Diameter x 106mm High.
Excellent Condition.

 

        

           

           

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: X309

 

 


A Pair Of Early 19thC English Ironstone Octagonal Meat Plates Together With 4 Further Graduated Plates Painted In The Chinese Manner With Flowering Foliage Issuing From Rockwork In An Iron Red And Cobalt Blue Palette.
The Largest Plates 492mm x 375mm.
Circa 1840.

Condition report: The four larger plates have crazing and are stained. One of the two largest plates has a 5cm long hairline crack. The smallest plate has a small star crack to the rim. The second smallest plate has a 1cm chip to rim.

 

     

  

        

  

  

     

        

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: W889

 


 

An Early 19thC Staffordshire Toby Jug Formed As A Seated Gentleman With A Jug Of Foaming Ale And A Clay Pipe, In Green Coat, The Chamfered Base With Red Line, The Handle With Plain Thumbpiece.
240mm High.
Circa 1840.
Good Condition.

 

           

  

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZB6

 



A 17thC/18thC Chinese Black Glazed Eathenware Ovifrom Jar With Lugs.
395mm High.
Damaged.


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J365

 

 


A Small George III Early 19thC Mason's Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jug With Scaly Serpent Handle Incorporating Mask Terminal; Painted In An Imari Palette Of Underglaze Cobalt Blue And Overglaze Iron Red, The Handle With Green Sides.
84mm Wide Across Handle x 91mm High.
Printed Factory Mark, Circa 1820.
Good Condition With To Be Expected Glaze Flakes, Especially To The Handle, Cute Little Early Jug For Not A Lot Of Money.

 

     

     
 

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z459

 

 


A 19thC German, Westerwald Stoneware Ewer With Moulded Decoration Of Peasant Musicians And Dancers.
Circa 1890.
232mm High.
Excellent condition.

 

           

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: H557

 

 


A Delightful Chinese Chien Lung Export Porcelain Polychrome Plate Painted Sparingly With Buildings In A River Landscape.
233mm Diameter.
Circa 1760.
Rim Crack And Rim Frits.

 

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: X461

 



A Small 20thC Italian Majolica Lustre Ewer Of 16thC Inspiration.
200mm High.
Painted Factory Marks, Circa 1950.
Good Condition.


  

 

 

Price:  $35.00
Stock Number: SOLD

 

 

 

A Near Pair Of 18thC English Delft Tiles, The Powdered Manganese Borders Reserved With Octagonal Panels Painted With Urns Of Flowers, The Spandrels With Blue Flower Heads.
130mm Square.
Probably Lambeth, Circa 1720.
Good Condition.

 

  


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA232

 

 


An 18thC Chinese Export Famille Rose Fluted Coffee Cup Painted With A Butterfly And Flowering Foliage.
61mm High.
Circa 1760.
Handle Riveted.

 

                

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z519

 


 

A Charming Small Pair Of George III English Porcelain, Derby, Bottle Vases Painted And Gilded In An Imari Palette With Flowering Foliage.
92mm High.
Derby, Painted Iron Red And Baton Marks, Circa 1820.
Very Decorative, Excellent Condition.
 

     

     

              


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA213

 

 


An Early 20thC English, CH Brannam Baron, N Devon Studio Potter Earthenware 7 Handle Tyg In Shades Of Blue And Green.
115mm High.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1930.

 

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD631

 

 


A Most Decorative Early 19th Century English Blue And White Pearlware Soup Tureen And Cover Printed With Chinese Buildings In Landscapes.
350mm diameter.
The Cover Cracked.

 

     

        

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD255

 

 

 

A Chinese Yixing Red Stoneware Teapot Of Lobed Dodecagon Form,
The Cover With Recumbent Budhistic Lion Finial,
The Body With Short Straight Spout And Plain Loop Handle.
160mm Wide Across Handle And Spout x 100mm Deep x 97mm High.
Impressed Seal Mark To Base, Indistinct Mark To Cover.
Qing Dynasty, Circa 1850.
Dark Stained Inside, Very Obvious Signs Of Wear To The Outside Base Edge,
One Tiny Little Chip To The Edge Of The Cover,
Otherwise Appears To Be In Good Condition.


 

              

              

     

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA109

 

 


An 18thC Wedgwood Creamware Tea Caddy And Domed Cover Printed With An Outdoor Couple Taking Tea On A Tripod Table Under A Tree, A Negro Sevant In Attendance, The Reverse With A Shepherd, His Dog And Flock, Farm Buildings Beyond.
134mm High.
Impressed "Wedgwood," Circa 1790.
The Caddy In Very Good Condition With A Couple Of Minor Rim Nibbles, The Cover Chipped And Repaired - Covers Are Usually Absent So It's A Bonus To Have One.
 


 

           

           

  

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y107

 

 

 

A Small 19thC Chinese Provincial Blue And White Dish
Painted With A Formal Quartered Design.
153mm Diameter.
Circa 1850.
Excellent Condition

 

     


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA104

 

 


A Charming Set Of 3 Early 19thC Davenport Miniature Travellers Sample Blue And White Graduated Meat Plates Together With A Similar Soup Plate Printed With A Tree Issuing From Rockwork Flanked By Buildings With Turrets.
The Largest 129mm Wide x 96mm Wide.
Impressed Factory And Anchor Mark, Circa 1830.
Tiny Hairline To Largest, Overall Excellent Condition.
 


  

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z283

 

 


A Mid Century Hungarian, Zsolnay, Green Eosin Lustre Glazed Tower With Pyramid Shape Top And Animal Heads Protruding From The Body.
139mm High.
Gilded Factory Marks.
Excellent Condition.
 

           


 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z604

 

 

 

A Large Late 19thC Japanese Circular Dish Painted In Overglaze Enamels Of Blue, Red, Turquoise And Leaf Green Featuring Various Panels Decorated With Flowering Foliage, Dragons Pursuing Flaming Pearls, Birds And A Pagoda.
400mm Diameter.
Circa 1880.
The Reverse With Underglaze Blue Cloud Scrolls Above Painted Red Character Marks; Old Wire Suspension Device.
Large, Decorative, Excellent Condition, Modestly Priced.
 

 

              

              

              

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA119

 

 



A Very Rare William Moorcroft Flambe Glazed Eventide Landscape Pattern Squat Oviform Jar And Cover With Typical Decoration Of A Band Of Trees To A Landscape, The Cover Similarly Decorated; Very Heavily Potted, The Neck And Cover With Thread Action.
153mm Diameter x 115mm High.
Impressed "Made In England" And "Moorcroft" Together With Painted Signature.
Circa 1925.
The Base Finely Crazed, The Thread Of The Cover And Neck With A Few Teeny Nibbles, No Cracks, No Restoration. Substantial Pieces Of This Pattern Routinely Make In Auction $2-$5000+, I Have Recently Looked At Hundreds Of Images From Various International Web Sites BUT Did Not Find A Single Example Of This Form.


 

        

     

     

     
 

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z608

 


 

A Very Smart Pair Of Early 19thC Derby Spill Vases Painted With Baskets Of Flowers On Mantlepieces,
Within Lavishly Gilded Cartouches On Royal Blue Enamel Grounds.
103mm High.
Painted Iron Red Crown And Baton Marks, Circa 1820.
These Almost Certainly Had Raised Paw Feet Although Now You Would Not Know, Sitting As They Do Stable And Straight. The Flower Painting Is Of Such Exceptional Quality One Is Tempted To Throw Around Names Like Billingsley Or Steele But Better Not. I'm Too Rusty. Anyway If This Is Your Thing These Are Not A Lot Of Money For A Significant Decorators Statement
 

     

        

        

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA215

 


 

A Curious Unglazed Stoneware Bottle Vase, The Neck Modelled As A Mandarin, Standing With Crossed Arms In A High Necked Tunic, The Reverse With Long Queue.
265mm High x 195mm Diameter.
Probably 19thC, Circa 1850.
Good Condition, There Must Have Been A Stopper Originally Which Is Now Absent.
I'm Stumped, Don't Know Country Of Origin, Could Well Be European Not Chinese, Whatever, It Has A Peculiar Charm.

 

              


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA97

 


 

A Very Decorative George III English Porcelain Flaring Cylindrical Coffee Can Painted And Lavishly Gilded In An Imari Palette With Very Desirable "Tobacco Leaf" Type Decoration
66mm High.
Painted Chamberlains Worcester 263 Pattern Number, Circa 1810.
Fabulous Bright Decoration, Small 28mm Hairline Crack, As A Consequence Substantially Reduced Price.

 

        

           


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA209

 


 

An Early 19thC English, Hilditch, Porcelain Teabowl Printed And Painted In Bright Enamels With Chinese Characters In A Pavilion.
74mm Diameter x 47mm High.
Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition
 

     

     


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA140

 


 

A 19thC Continental Porcelain Indented Square Inkwell Brightly Painted With Flowering Foliage Within Lavishly Gilded Cloud Scrolls.
82mm Wide x 57mm High.
Painted EG Crossed Arrow Mark Not Identified, Circa 1880.
Lacks Cover, Decorative And Cheap.
 

        

     
 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA214

 

 


An 18thC English, Caughley, Blue And White Transfer Printed Shaped Rectangular Spoon Tray Decorated With The Temple Pattern, The Rim And Internal Border Gilded.
167mm Wide x 93mm Deep.
Circa 1790.
Excellent Condition, The Gilding Largely Intact.

 

     

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: W821

 

 

 

A Most Decorative Pair Of Early 19thC Stephen Folch Ironstone Plates Printed In Underglaze Blue And Painted In Overglaze Enamels With Chinese Style Peonies And Chrysanthemum Issuing From Rockwork.
247mm Diamter.
Printed Royal Arms Mark, Circa 1820.
Immaculate Condition With Fabulous Bright Polychrome Enamels, As Bright As When They Were Fired 200 Years Ago
 

 

        

  

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA22

 

 


A Most Decorative George III Wedgwood Queensware Pottery Basket And Stand With Moulded Basket Weave And Pierced Reticulated Rms.
The Stand 261mm Wide x 216mm Deep, The Basket 222mm Wide x 178mm Deep x 66mm High.
Impressed Marks, Circa 1790.
Well Over 200 Years Old And Mint Condition!

 

           
 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA175

 

 

 

A German, Rosenthal, Art Deco Porcelain Figure Of The Snake Charmer, Modelled By Berthold Boesz, Model No. K442, Typically Formed As A Scantily Draped Lady With Cloche Hat And Pipe, The Rectangular Base With Snake.
110mm Wide x 65mm Deep x 196mm High.
Circa 1920.
Impressed And Printed Marks.
One Finger With Small Chip, Otherwise Excellent Condition.


 

        

     

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA95

 

 

 

A Late 17thC Japanese Arita Shaped Circular Dish Painted In A Typical Imari Palette Of Underglaze Blue And Overglaze Red Featuring A Roundel Of Peony And A Rim With Alternating Panels Of Peony And Chrysanthemum And Bamboo And Flowering Foliage Issuing From Rockwork.
219mm Diameter.
Circa 1700.
Shallow Rim Chip, Old Wire Suspension Device.


 

     

     

     

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA120

 

 


A Pretty Little Moorcroft Baluster Vase Painted With Pansies.
87mm High.
Impressed Burslem Marks,
Circa 1920.
Foot Rim Chipped, Turn It Away, Nobody Will Notice, Cheap As Chips


 

        

  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z611

 

 


A Large Royal Doulton Limited Edition Pied Piper Of Hamelin Jug Decorated In High Relief With The Rats, The Mayor, The Piper And The Children, The Handle Formed As A Tree With An Owl; Designed By Charles Noke And Signed H Fenton, With Certificate.
261mm High.
Printed Factory Marks, Narrative And Numbered 265/600.
Excellent Condition.
These Generally Make About $8-$1200 In Auction So I Suppose A Price Of $500 Is Cheap. What Price A Monstrosity?

 

                    

                 

        

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z609

 

 


A Decorative 19thC Chinese Blue And White Slender Oviform Vase With Everted Rim, Painted With Characters About An Altar Table And Jardiniere On Stand, The Later Bright Polychrome Clobbered Enamel Decoration Painted With Bird, Butterfly And Flowering Foliage Issuing From Rockwork.
232mm High
Qing.
Piece Of Rim Restuck, Body Hairline Crack, Significant Losses To Clobbered Enamel.
 

 

        

  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z610

 

 


William Moorcroft For James MacIntyre; A Pair Of Florian Ware Cylindrical Condiments Decorated In Shades Of Blue With Tube Line Poppy Enamels; EP Mounts With Beaded Edges And Finials.
72mm High.
Circa 1900
Printed Factory Marks Together With "WM" Monograms For William Moorcroft Himself, Painted At The Beginning Of His Career.
In Original As Found Condition, The Well Oxidised Mounts Apparently Unmarked, The Pottery A Little Crazed But Without Chips, Cracks Or Restoration.

 

        

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z637

 

 

 

An 18thC Chinese Provincial Blue And White Circular Dish Painted With An Elegant Vase With Peony And A Band Of Continuous Foliage Beneath A Chocolate Rim, The Reverse With A Square "Shop" Mark.
227mm Diameter x 45mm High.
Qianlong,
Pristine Condition.
 

  

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA114

 

 

 

A Late 17thC Japanese Arita Charger Painted In A Typical Imari Palette Of Underglaze Blue And Overglaze Red Heightened With Gilding Featuring A Roundel Of A Vase Of Flowers, Cavetto With Alternating Panels And Rim With Exotic Phoenix.
350mm Diameter.
Circa 1700.
Excellent Condition With Single Under Rim Chip, Extremely Decorative, Old Wire Suspension Device.


 

     

     

     

     

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: ZA121

 

 


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: SOLD
Stock Number: W322

 

 
 

A Very Decorative George III English Porcelain Barr Flight & Bar Cylindrical Coffee Can Painted And Gilded In A Bright Polychrome Palette With A Fenced Garden Enclosing Bridges, Pagodas, Lush Flowering Foliage And Exotic Birds.
60mm High.
Impressed Crown And BFB Mark, Circa 1810
Immaculate Condition, Fabulous Palette.
 


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y266

 

 


A Most Attractive George III English, Probably Coalport, Cylindrical Coffee Can With Fluted Sides, Painted With Alternating Panels of Gilded Cobalt Blue And Flowering Foliage.
60mm High.
Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition With Minor Rubbing To The Gilding.
 


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y268

 

 


A George III Early 19thC Spode Coffee Can Painted With Prunus Blossom Beneath A Band Of Alternating Panels Of Flowering Foliage On Salmon Pink Grounds.
65mm High.
Painted Pattern Number, Circa 1800.
Mint Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y271

 

 


A Very Decorative George III English Porcelain, Probably Coalport, Cylindrical Coffee Can Painted With Horizontal Panels Incorporating Gilded Salmon Pink And Imari Palette Flowering Foliage.
60mm High.
Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition With Nominal Rubbing To The Gilding Mentioned For Accuracy Only.

 


           

 
 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y273

 

 


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, Fifteen 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: SOLD

Stock Number: V577

 

 


A Decorative Victorian Salt Glaze Stoneware Spirit Barrel Applied In High Relief With Fruiting Vine, The Royal Arms And Attendant Lions.
292mm High.
Circa 1860.
Minor Rim Chips.

 

  

 


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: J362

 

 
 

A Pair Of Regency Period Hilditch & Sons Chinoisserie Circular Saucer Dishes, The Sides Plain, The Well Encircled With Painted Decoration In Bright Polychrome Overglaze Enamels With Chinese Fenced Gardens Featuring A Lady With Parasol And A Child With A Large Urn Of Flowers And Further Flower Sprays.
199mm Diameter.
Printed Factory Mark, Circa 1825.
Resonant Excellent Condition, The Enamel Decoration To One Faded, Both With Original Rim Glaze Imperfections.

 


     

     

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z107

 

 


An Early 19thC English Bone China Jug With Hilditch Like Printed And Enamelled Decoration Of Chinese Characters In A Fenced Garden.
120mm High.
Circa 18340.
Excellent Condition.
 


           

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z116

 

 


An 18thC Chinese Blue And White Shaped Circular Plate Painted With A Bird Perched Amongst Fowering Foliage And Peony Above A Small Animal.
227mm Diameter.
Chien Lung, Circa 1780.
Excellent Condition.


 

        

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y155

 

 


A Late 18thC English Teabowl And Saucer Painted With Vases Of Flowers, The Rims With Pink Diaper.
The Saucer 138mm Diameter, The Teabowl 83mm Diameter.
Probably Newhall, Circa 1800.
The Saucer Finely Crazed And Slightly Dull To The Touch, The Resonant And Ringing Like A Bell, Both Without Any Damage.
 


        

     

             

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD874

 

 


A Handsome Pair Of 19thC Japanese Imari Baluster Vases And Domed Covers With Knob Finials Painted And Gilded In A Typical Palette With Bamboo And Chrysanthemum On A Terrace Within Blue Outlined Reserves, The Bases With Blue Stiff Leaves.
268mm High.
Circa 1820.
One Cover With Small Section Of Rim Professionally Restuck, Otherwise Clean As Whistle. Very Decorative.

 

        

  



 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Y387

 

 


A Most Decorative 18th Century Worcester Large Blue And White Punch Bowl Painted In Underglaze Blue With The Rock Strata Island Pattern.
231mm Diameter.
Painted Underglaze Blue Open Crescent Mark, Circa 1770.
Couple Of Inconsequential Stains To The Bowl, Tiny Rim Nibble, Footrim With A Couple Of Flakes - These Mentioned For Accuracy Only, Otherwise Very Resonant To The Touch - Rings Like A Bell, With Lovely Crisp And Clear Painted Blue And White Decoration.
 


     

        


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y216

 

 


An Early 19thC Chinese Blue And White Porcelain Spittoon With Chocolate Rim And Painted Decoration Of Dragons Pursuing Flaming Pearls; Painted Underglaze Blue Double Ring Mark.
122mm Diameter x 76mm High.
Daoguang, Circa 1830.
Heavily Potted, Worn Footrim, Original Internal Firing Cracks.
 


  

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD876

 

 


An Early 19thC English Wedgwood Style Rectangular Sucrier With Relief Ornament Of A Lady With A Hilted Sword And Two Young Children.
104mm Wide x 125mm Deep x 82mm High.
Circa 1820.
Cracked, Lacks Cover.

 

        

     

 


 

Price: SOLD

Stock Number: J635

 

 


An Amusing 19thC Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Novelty Box Realistically Modelled As A Hat Box And Cover With Handle, Stitching, Straps And Label.
123mm Wide x 122mm High.
Circa 1880.
Indistinct Impressed Mark.
Good Condition.


           

     

 
 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z374

 

 
 

A George III Early 19thC Mason's Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jug With Scaly Serpent Handle Incorporating Mask Terminal; Painted In An Imari Palette Of Underglaze Cobalt Blue And Overglaze Iron Red With Gilded Highlights, The Handle With Green Sides.
114mm Wide Across Handle x 123mm High.
Impressed Factory Mark, Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition, The Handle With Particularly Nice Scaly Bumps.

 

              

        
 

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z466

 


 

A Rare Early 19thC George III Ironstone Miniature Teapot And Cover With Gilded Spout, Knop And Handle, The Body Painted With Foliage In An Imari Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue.
109mm Wide Across Spout x 62mm High To Top Of Handle.
Impressed "Ironstone" Mark, Possibly Masons, Circa 1820.

 

      

     

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z473

 

 


A George III Early 19thC Mason's Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jug With Scaly Serpent Handle Incorporating Mask And Split Paw Terminals, Painted And Lavishly Gilded In The Desirable "Old School House" Pattern.
151mm Across Handle x 142mm High.
Impressed Factory Mark, Circa 1820.
Excellent Condition, Seriously Gilded, Fantastic High Relief Grotesque Mask Handle.

 


           

           

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z463

 

 


A Small George III Early 19thC Mason's Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jug With Scaly Serpent Handle Incorporating Mask Terminal; Painted In An Imari Palette Of Underglaze Cobalt Blue And Overglaze Iron Red, The Handle With Green Sides.
82mm Wide Across Handle x 92mm High.
Printed Factory Mark, Circa 1820.
Good Condition, Cute Little Early Jug For Not A Lot Of Money.

 


     

        

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z460

 

 


A Highly Decorative Set Of 3 Graduated Late 19thC Mason's Ironstone Octagonal Hydra Jugs With Scaly Serpent Handles Incorporating Mask Terminals; Painted In A Bright Famille Rose Palette With Chinese Characters In Gardens Reserved On A Brick Red Cell Pattern Ground.
Variously 151mm, 134mm And 119mm Wide Across Handles x 170mm, 157mm And 135mm High.
Printed Factory Marks, Circa 1900.
Excellent Condition

 


        

        

        

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z467

 

 

A 17thC German Faience Blue And White Dish Painted In The Chinese Wan-Li Style With A Central Large Vase Of Flowers Before A Table Within An Octagonal Cartouche, The Rim With Alternating Panels Of Flower Heads And Buddhistic Emblems; The Footrim Pierced For Suspension.
286mm Diameter.
Hanau Or Frankfurt,
Circa 1690.
Excellent Condition


  

     

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z129

 

 
 

A Decorative Pair Of 19thC Japanese Imari Slender Oviform Vases Painted In Typical Palette Of Iron Red And Cobalt Blue Enhanced With Turquoise Foliage.
251mm High.
Circa 1880.
One With A Small Crack And Repair To Rim - Pretty Unobtrusive And Completely Out Of Sight If Displayed High, On Account Of This Damage Cheap As Chips.


     

     

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z493

 


A Late 19thC/Early 20thC French Faience Tin Glaze Earthenware Plate Painted In A Gay Palette With Pink Chrysanthemum And Foliage In A Basket With Yellow Handles.
225mm Diameter.
Stilt Marks Under, Circa 1900
Excellent Condition, With Sprung Suspension Device.

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: W840

 


A Charming Late 19thC/Early 20thC French Faience Tin Glaze Earthenware Plate Painted In A Puce, Yellow And Green Palette With A Bird Perched Amongst A Potted Tree.
225mm Diameter.
Circa 1900.
100mm Rim Crack, Sprung Suspension Device.

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y18

 

 
 

A Victorian Mocha Quart Mug With Plain Strap Handle, Blue Banded Rim, Pale Mushroom Ground With 4 Trees And Everted Base; Bears Etched VR Verification Mark.
159mm High.
Circa 1880.
Excellent Condition, Resonant To The Touch.

        

     
 

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z426

 

 
 

A Victorian Mocha Pint Mug With Plain Strap Handle With Acanthus Terminals, Blue Banded Rim, Grey Ground With 4 Trees And Everted Base.
129mm High.
Circa 1880.
40mm Rim Crack, Another Smaller Rim Crack, No Chips Or Restoration, Resonant To The Touch.

        

           
 

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z431

 

 


A Charming Victorian Pottery Money Box Modelled As A Seated Cat In Whieldon Type Brown Glaze.
124mm High.
Circa 1880.
Excellent Condition.

  
 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD982

 

 


A Charming Victorian Pottery Money Box Modelled As A Chest Of Drawers In Whieldon Type Brown Glaze.
72mm Wide x 39mm Deep x 66mm High.
Circa 1880.
Excellent Condition.

  
 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD983

 



A Victorian Davenport "Athens" Earthenware Soap Dish And Cover Printed And Coloured With Anthemion.
135mm Wide x 102mm Deep x 87mm High.
Circa 1850.
Printed Factory And Pattern Mark.
Excellent Condition.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z118

 

 
An 18thC Chinese Export Porcelain Famille Rose Teabowl Painted With Scattered Flower Sprays And Panels, The Rim With Cell Pattern.
75mm Diameter.
Qianlong, Circa 1760.
A Significant Crack Running From Rim To Well.


  

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z156

 


A George II Mid 18th Century  Whieldon Type Creamware Bachelor's Teapot Of Globular Form With Applied Flowering Tendrils Issuing From The Crabstock Handle, The Spout And Cover Similarly Formed, The Splashed Glaze Predominantly Green, Grey And Manganese.

150mm Across Handle And Spout x 98mm Diameter.

Circa 1750.

The Cover Broken And Restuck, The Spout Terminal Chipped, No Other Damage.

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z250

 

 
A Ravishing Victorian Polychrome Majolica Rolled Rim Oval Bread Board Dish Moulded In High Relief With A Flat Fish On Lettuce Ground, The Rim With Manganese Proverb "'Eat Thy Bread With Thankfulness," And Scroll Handles, Splashed Manganese Under.
325mm Wide x 279mm Deep x 45mm High.
Circa 1870.
Footrim Chips, An Under The Rim Chip Not Visible, Tiny Wear To High Points, Brilliant Colours, Very Bold And Decorative.


       

     

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y168

 

 
An 18thC Dutch Delft Tile Painted In Manganese With A Character In A Landscape With A Church Beyond And Beneath 7 Stylised Stars And An Angel In A Chariot, Inscribed 2.REC 2.V,9.
137mm x 129mm.
Circa 1780.
Good Condition.

Unto the angel of the church of Ephesus write; These things saith he that holdeth the seven stars in his right hand, who walketh in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y294

 

 
An 18thC Dutch Delft Tile Painted In Manganese With A Night Scene Of Jesus And Nicodemus Before A Table With A Lit Canndle, Inscribed JOH 3 V, 8?.
128mm x 128mm
Circa 1780.
A Small Rim Chip To The Top Right Corner.

The night time visit of Nicodemus to Jesus.

5 Jesus answered, “Very truly I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless they are born of water and the Spirit. 6 Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit[b] gives birth to spirit. 7 You should not be surprised at my saying, ‘You[c] must be born again.’ 8 The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.”[d]


        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y295

 

 
An 18thC Dutch Delft Tile Painted In Manganese With A Domestic Interior Featuring Simeon Holding A Baby In His Arms Before 4 Various Characters, One On His Knee, Inscribed LUC 2 V28
128mm Wide x 128mm Deep.
Circa 1780.
Good Condition, Nominal Rim Frits.

28 Simeon took him in his arms and praised God, saying:

29 “Sovereign Lord, as you have promised,
you may now dismiss[a] your servant in peace.
30 For my eyes have seen your salvation,
31 which you have prepared in the sight of all nations:
32 a light for revelation to the Gentiles,
and the glory of your people Israel.”


      

  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y296

 

 
An 18thC Dutch Delft Tile Painted In Manganese With Jesus And 2 Others Before A Coastal Landscape And A Sailing Boat, Inscribed MAT 4,V,19.
131mm x 130mm.
Circa 1780.
A Rim Chip Top Centre.

19 Therefore anyone who sets aside one of the least of these commands and teaches others accordingly will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. 20 For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.


  

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y297

 

 
An 18thC Dutch Delft Tile Painted In Manganese With An Angel And Another In A Sunlit Country Landscape, Inscribed OPEN 25 v 50.
124mm Wide x 128mm Deep.
Circa 1780.
Good Condition.

Being somewhat of a heathen I did not manage to track the reference on this tile.


       

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y298

 

 
A Highly Decorative Early 19thC Swansea Dessert Plate With Buff Border Painted With Gilded Pineapples And Pink Curled Cabbage Type Leaves.
214mm Diameter.
Painted Red "SWANSEA" Mark Together With Pattern Number "257," Together With Old Collectors Label.
Circa 1820.
Some Small Rubbing Here And There, Resonant To The Touch, To Be Expected Translucent Paste.
 
Provenance Samuel Rogers, London;
His deceased sale, London, Christie's, 28 April – 20 May 1856.
 
Samuel Rogers was born in 1763, the son of a London banker. He entered the family business when still young, but not long after his father's death in 1793 he retired with a comfortable income and devoted himself to literary and artistic pursuits.In 1803 Rogers moved to 22 St James’s Place. His poetry enjoyed a popularity during his lifetime which has since been eclipsed by the works of the literary giants with whom he associated; he is chiefly remembered now for his breakfast parties and as the butt of Byron's satire. To Rogers's breakfasts were invited many of the wits and chief literary figures of the day,including Byron, Lamb, Wordsworth, Scott, Shelley, Coleridge among others,
Rogers lived in the house for over fifty years and died there in December 1855.His collection, which consisted of ancient and modern pictures, drawings, engravings, coins, objets d'art and photographs (including one of his house), his library, plate and furniture were sold in 1856 by Messrs. Christie and Manson. The sale lasted for twenty-two days and realized over 45,000. This plate was purchased with others at this important sale.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z294

 


 

 
 

A Set Of 6 Wedgwood Keith Murray Small Moonstone Mugs With Reeded Bases.
92mm High.
Blue Printed KM And Wedgwood Marks, Circa 1940.
Immaculate Condition.

 


        

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z312

 

 
A George III English Porcelain , Cylindrical Coffee Can Gilded With Repeating Panels Of Foliage Above Pendant Ornament On A Salmon Pink Ground.
60mm High.
Impressed Crown And "FBB" Mark, Flight Barr Worcester, Circa 1825.
Immaculate Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y276

 

 
 

A Near Pair Of Late 18thC Chinese Export Porcelain Blue And White Small Shaped Circular Dessert Bowls Painted With Trees, Buildings, Bridges, Boulders And Sampans In River Landscapes, Diaper Cavettos And Slightly Variant Foliate Borders.
Jiajing, Circa 1800.
158mm Diameter.
One With 50mm Rim Hairline Crack. The Other Excellent


  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z146

 

 
 

An Excellent Late 18thC Chinese Export Porcelain Blue And White Deep Saucer Dish Painted With A Mountainous River Landscape Featuring Trees, Buildings, Bridges And Sampans, The Shaped Rim With Butterflies And Flowering Foliage And Diaper And Cell Pattern.
242mm Diameter.
Jiaqing, Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z137

 


A Large Early 19thC English, Rogers, Rectangular Blue And White Game Plate With Drainage Channels And Well, Transfer Printed With The Monopteros Pattern Depicting An Oxen Before Oriental Turreted Buildings.
Impressed Mark, Circa 1830.
530mm Wide x 412mm Deep.
A Large Glaze Flake Restuck.

     

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: V108

 

 
An 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Baluster Mug With Scroll Handle Featuring A Heart Shape Terminal, Decorated Within A Raised Edge Cartouche With Children And Parents At An Outside Table, The Dense Cell Pattern Ground Delicately Painted In Relief Polychrome Enamels With Butterflys And Flowering Foliage.
121mm High.
Chien Lung, Circa 1760.
Excellent Condition With Minor And Typical Rim Fritting, No Chips, No Cracks, No Restoration, Resonant To The Touch.
 


        

       

   

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD772

 

 
A Late 18thC Chinese Blue And White Cylindrical Mug With Double Scroll Handle Featurng Heart Shape Terminal And Thumbpiece, Painted With Repeating Roundels Of Densley Packed Flowers And Foliage, The Rim With Foliage, Diaper And Butterflys.
97mm Diameter x 118mm High.
Chien Lung, Circa 1790.
Small Rim Chip With Associated 20mm Crack, Still Very Resonant To The Touch, Crisp Clear Painted Decoration, Perfect This'd Be $850.


        

     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD773

 

 
 

A 17thC German Faience Blue And White Dish Painted In The Chinese Wan-Li Style With A Central Large Vase Of Flowers Before A Table Within An Octagonal Cartouche, The Rim With Alternating Panels Of Flower Heads And Buddhistic Emblems; The Footrim Pierced For Suspension.
286mm Diameter.
Hanau Or Frankfurt,
Circa 1690.
Excellent Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z129

 

 
A Most Attractive Hilditch Chinoisserie Bowl Printed And Painted With Chinese Characters In A Pavilion Before A Table With Vases Of Flowers And A Bird, The Inside Border With Panels Of Whorl And Scroll.
180mm Diameter.
Circa 1830.
Excellent Condition, Resonant To The Touch.


        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z115

 


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: SOLD
Stock Number: W225

 


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:  SOLD
Stock Number: W238

 


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: SOLD
Stock Number: W233

 

 
 

A Highly Decorative And Sophisticated 18thC Chinese Export Blue And White Porcelain Soup Tureen And Cover, Painted With Pine Willow And Prunus In A Country Landscape Featuring A Building And Rural Labourers - One With Shoulder Yolk, The Other Astride A Buffalo, The Stiff Leaf Mask Handles Of Meissen Inspiration, The Domed Cover With Chocolate Outlined Diaper Border, Continuous Flower Sprays And Finial With Notched Rim.
365mm Wide Across Handles x 237mm Deep x 268mm High.
Qianlong, Circa 1760.
The Base With Firing Defect, The Notched Finial Chipped, No Further Defects, Both Cover And Tureen Totally Resonant To The Touch, Heavily Potted And Fabulously Weighty.


        

    

      

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z157

 

 
A 19thC Chinese Blue And White Circular Bowl Painted With A Dragon Pursuing A Flaming Pearl.
196mm Diameter.
Painted Character Marks,
Dao Guang, Circa 1850.
A Small Rim Chip, Metal Mounted For Suspension.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: CD881

 

 
A Charming 18thC Chinese Saucer Painted In Underglaze Blue With A Boy And Goat Before A Pine Tree Issuing From Rockwork.
118mm Diameter.
Qianlong, Circa 1760.
Pristine Condition


  

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z152

 


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: SOLD
Stock Number: V554

 

 
A Quantity Of Edwardian Royal Doulton Bone China Nursery Rhymes Printed In Colours With Designs By William Savage Cooper: Little Bo Peep - Mug; Ride A Cock Horse - Beaker; Peter Piper, Old Mother Hubbard And Old Woman In A Shoe - Cup Saucer And Plate.
Printed Factory Marks, Plate With Impressed Date Stamp 07.

 


        

              

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y299

 

 
An Early 19thC English, Hilditch, Helmet Shape Chinoisserie Cream Jug Printed And Enamelled In Bright Polychrome Colours Of Aubergine, Yellow, Orange, Leaf And Turquoise Green With Chinese Characters In A Fenced Garden, One Incongruously Clutching A European Harp.
134mm Wide x 101mm High.
Circa 1820.
Mint Condition, Delightful!


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z103

 

 
An Early 19thC English, Hilditch, Helmet Shape Chinoisserie Cream Jug Printed And Enamelled In Bright Polychrome Colours Of Blue, Aubergine, Yellow, Orange, Leaf And Turquoise Green With Chinese Characters In A Fenced Garden, One Incongruously Clutching A European Harp, Another With Parasol, A Basket Of Washing On The Lawn.
129mm Wide x 102mm High.
Circa 1820.
Mint Condition, Delightful!


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z104

 

 
A Late 18thC Newhall Hybrid Paste Sugar Bowl Painted In Bright Polychrome Enamels With "Boy And Butterfly" Pattern Featuring Additionally A Robed Lady With A Ruyi Sceptre.
157mm Diameter.
Painted 421 Pattern Number,
Circa 1800.
Hairline Crack From Rim To Well But Still Resonant To The Touch, Tiny Rubbing To Internal Decoration, External Decoration In Excellent Gorgeous Condition.


     

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z105

 

 
A Gorgeous 18thC Chinese Famille Rose Teabowl Painted With Chinese Characters In A Garden, The Inside Rim With Underglaze Blue Cell Pattern.
74mm Diameter.
Qianlong, Circa 1760.
Pristine Condition, The Overglaze Polychrome Enamels Bright As The Day They Were Painted 250 Years Ago.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z151

 

 
A George III Early 19thC Coffee Can With Double Scroll Handle, Painted And Gilded With Flowering Foliage On A Salmon Pink Ground.
66mm High.
Circa 1800.
Rubbing To The Gilded Rims, Otherwise Excellent Condition


        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z8

 

 


A George III Early 19thC Spode Coffee Can Painted With Prunus Blossom Below A Band Of Alternating Panels Of Flowering Foliage.
65mm High.
Painted Pattern Number, Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y270

 

 


An 18thC English Porcelain White Glazed Figure Of A Seated Hound, One Paw Raised To Scratch, On A Mound Base With Flower Encrusted Support; The Base With Painted Underglaze "2."
About 75mm High..
Longton Hall
Circa 1752

Snout With Small Old Repair, A Few Leaf Chips.
 

     

  


 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y53

 

 
A 19thC English Earthenware Green Majolica Plate Typically Moulded With Fruiting Vine.
226mm Diameter.
Circa 1860.
Good Condition With Attached Suspension Device.


 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z113

 

 
A Fabulous Early 19thC English Ironstone Circular Soup Plate With Shaped Rim And Underglaze Blue Foliate Decoration Enhanced With Iron Red And Gilded Outlines.
240mm Diameter.
Not Marked, Circa 1820.
A Little Rubbing Only Adds To The Charm, No Chips Or Cracks, Totally Resonant.


       

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z108

 

 
An Absolutely Gorgeous George III English Porcelain Derby, Cylindrical Coffee Can Painted Internally And Externally With Flowering Prunus Issuing From Rockwork.
64mm High.
Painted Derby Crown And Crossed Batons Mark, Circa 1805.
Immaculate Condition, Fabulous Palette Of Cobalt Blue, Turquoise Green, Leaf Green And Iron Red Highlighted In Gilding,


       

         

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y265

 

 
A Superb George III Early 19thC Coalport Coffee Can Painted And Gilded With Free From Flowering Peony.
63mm High.
Circa 1815.
Mint Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y264

 

 
A Most Decorative George III English Newhall Hard Paste Porcelain Cylindrical Coffee Can Painted And Gilded With Chinese Style Fruiting Vine.
64mm High.
Circa 1800.
Excellent Condition, Gorgeous Palette Of Puce, Cobalt Blue And Iron Red Highlighted With Gilding.


           

      

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y263

 

 
A Decorative George III Early 19thC Bloor Derby Coffee Can Painted And Gilded In An Imari Palette With Panels Of Flowering Foliage.
63mm High.
Painted Factory Marks,
Excellent Condition.


              

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y275

 

 
A Large Victorian Mug Transfer Printed With The Farmers Arms And Typical Rural Emblems Including Wheatsheaf, Livestock, Scythe, Fork And Rake.
127mm High x 133mm Diameter.
Staffordshire, Circa 1850.
A Large Mug In Excellent Condition.


        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z130

 

 
A George III Early 19thC Coffee Can Painted And Gilded With Flowering Foliage On A Salmon Pink Ground.
60mm High.
Circa 1800.
Mint Condition.


           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y278

 

 
 

An Early 19thC Sunderland Lustre Earthenware Wesley Mug Printed With A Profile Portrait Entitled "The Best Of All God Is With Us," And A Verse To The Rear, Within Pink Lustre Circular Reserves.
100mm Diameter x 110mm High.
Circa 1830.
Small Glaze Imperfection And Small Glaze Flake To Rim, Otherwise Good Condition.


     

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z131

 

 
 

An Early 19thC Sutherland Lustre Style Mug Printed With The Sailor's Farewell & Return.
104mm Wide x 88mm High.
Circa 1930
Excellent Condition.

The mug was produced for a London retailer during the 1930s. Many other items within this range were produced including Masonic jugs, plates, bowls and frog mugs. Many of these pieces were unmarked, as requested by the retailer! Many, however, were produced bearing the Maling Castle mark which was used during the period. The transfers were taken from the original 19th century copper plate which was in Maling’s possession.
To the untrained eye, this mug looks to be a typical 19th century piece. However, the lustre application is not typical with that of an earlier piece, the colour is also “wrong”. The handle is shaped and moulded to the body as opposed to being applied seperately. The shape and size of the mug does look typical of an earlier piece.


        

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z132

 

 
 

A Victorian Sunderland Lustre Mug Printed And Coloured With A Farmer Clasping A Mug Of Foaming Ale And A Hay Fork Beneath A Difficult To Decipher Yorkshire Saying, The Reverse With A Spurious Armorial Shield And Similarly Obscure Yorkshire Adages.
102mm Diameter x 103mm High.
Circa 1880.
Good Condition.


       

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Z133

 


An Assembled Pair Of 18thC English, Bow, Porcelain Sweetmeat Figures Modelled As A Turk And Companion, Each Clasping A Scallop Shape Bowl Painted With Flower Sprays And Insects, He With A Turban And She A Draped Headress, Both On Rococo Scroll Moulded Mound Bases.
Both About 174mm High.
Circa 1758.

She Appears To Be In Very Good Condition - A Chip To The Edge Of The Shell, A Filled Crack To The Shell - Likely An Original Firing Crack, Ditto Another Crack Upper Thigh, All Extremities Appear Intact And Unrestored.

He With Restored Turban Plumes, Both Fingers With Small Restoration, Both Upper Arms Restored, Flower Encrusted Support Appears To Be Good With Just One Flower Missing And No Losses, Base With Probably Original Unglazed Edge.

Reference Is Made To A Similar Pair Of Figures In Bradshaw, "18thC English Porcelain Figures," Page 298, Ref H15. "Turk seated in a plumed turban; companion Levantine Lady in a tall head-dress, each beside a shell sweetmeat container, 7ins. Untermyer, pl. 80, fig 245."

     

        

           

  
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y54

 

 
A Large Ruskin Studio Pottery Baluster Vase With Blue Crystaline Glaze.
280mm High.
Impressed 'RUSKIN ENGLAND' And Dated 1927.
Excellent Condition.


     

          

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Z80

 

 
A Pair Of Crackle Glaze Chinese Famille Verte Circular Chargers Painted With Dragon Encircled Vases, Other Vases, Furniture And Emblems
374mm Diameter.
Painted Blue And White Reign Marks, Probably 19thC With Kang Hsi Marks?
Good Condition With Pronounced Craquelure.


        

              

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y363

 

 
An Early 18thC Chinese Blue And White Bowl Painted In Underglaze Blue With 8 Phoenix Roundels Encircling A Ninth, The Exterior With Larger Phoenix Amongst Dense Scroll Work Above Stylised Waves.
225mm Diameter.
Painted Underglaze Blue Seal Mark Within Doulbe Circle,
Circa 1730.
Resonant To The Touch, One Very Small Rim Chip, A Few Glaze Flakes And A Narrow Small 40mm Hairline Crack,


     

        

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Y362

 

 
A Superb 18th Century Worcester Large Blue And White Punch Bowl Painted In Underglaze Blue With The Precipice Pattern.
237mm Diameter.
Painted Underglaze Blue Open Crescent Mark, Circa 1765.
Excellent Immaculate Condition, Very Resonant To The Touch - Rings Like A Bell, Fabulous Crisp Painted Decoration.


  

     

        

 

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Y217

 


An 18thC English, Bow, Porcelain Figure Of A Boy With Bag Pipes Standing Beside A Dismal Hound Seated On A Flower Encrusted Mound Base, His Pantaloons Painted With Flower Sprays, Probably Modelled After A Meissen Figure By JJ Kaendler.
145mm High.
Circa 1755.

Restoration To Hat, Pipes, Frock Coat And Shoe.

A Similar Figure Is Illustrated Plate 70, Page 158, Bradshaw, "18thC English Porcelain Figures."

        
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y51

 


An 18thC English, Bow, Porcelain Figure Emblematic Of Autumn, From A Set Of The Seasons, Modelled As A Young Man Seated On An Upturned Basket Of Grapes And Holding A Bowl And A Bunch Of Grapes, A Flask At His Feet, On A Mound Base, His Jacket Painted With Fruiting Vine, Puce Pantaloons And Yellow Basket.
135mm High.
Circa 1760.

Both Hands Appear To Be Restored, Albeit To A High Standard, Otherwise No Other Restoration Detected.

Reference Is Made In Bradshaw, "18th Century English Porcelain Figures," Page 299, To A Similar Figure In "The Four Seasons," H92.

       

         
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y52

 


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:  SOLD

Stock Number: H710

 

 
An Attractive Pair Of Early 20thC Chinese Blue And White Baluster Vases Painted With Prunus Blossom.
142mm High.
Circa 1920
Excellent Condition, One With A Small Original Firing Footrim Chip.


        

     

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: X439

 


A Victorian Staffordshire Green Majolica Leat Shape Dish With Serrated Edge, Twig Handle And Relief Leaf Moulding.
227mm Wide.
Not Marked, Circa 1870.
Rim Chipped, Displays OK.

     
 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: X157

 

 
An 18thC English Delft Blue And White Two Handle Campana Shape Vase Painted With Flowering Foliage On A Domed Foot.
171mm High.
Circa 1770.
Probaly Bristol.
Foot With Riveted Repair, Hairline Crack To Rim, Resonant, Charming, Decorative And Cheap.


     

             

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: Y339

 

 
A Pair Of 18thC Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Octagonal Plates Painted With Peony.
210mm Diameter.
Chien Lung Circa 1750.
One With Small Rim Glaze Flake Otherwise Good Condition And Resonant To The Touch, The Other With Shallow Rim Crack And Small Rim Chip.


        

       

         

 

 

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y241

 

 
Chinese Song Hares Fur Tea BowlSouthern Song Dynasty, 1127-1279 AD A Ceramic Stoneware Tea Bowl With Iron Glaze To The Inside; Small Foot Ring To The Base. Some loss of glaze. 70mm. Small Chip To The Rim.Private Bath Collection, Acquired 1980-2000.


          

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: Y282

 

 

A Collection Of Victorian Minton Pictorial Season Tiles In Shades Of Grey,
Green And Brown With Gothic Style Borders; Designed By Moyr Smith.
Factory marks to reverse.
 

           

 

 

Price: SOLD
Stock Number: R57

 

 

A Delightful And Rare Early 19thC Spode Blue And White Child's Tea Service Transfer Printed With The Willow Pattern, Comprising Teapot, Sugar Bowl, Cream Jug And 5 Cups And Saucers.
Printed Factory Marks, Circa 1820.
Pretty Good Condition - The Teapot With Star Crack To The Base, No Other Damage Detected.

 

             

              

 

 

Price:  SOLD
Stock Number: CD909

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