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Day Two: Pottery, Porcelain and Glassware, Pictures, Prints & Engravings, Furniture & Furnishings (lots 700 - 1104)

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EDITH GRACE WHEATLEY (1888-1970) British Recumbent nude suckling a black panther with pigs at her feet, on an integral plinth base, inscribed to underside with artist's name and dates. 27 cm wide.
A pair of 19th century Royal Crown Derby porcelain urns and covers Each decorated with gilt foliate sprays on a red ground, the covers pierced, red painted Osmaston Road marks to base. 26.5 cm high. (2)
Sold for £420
A set of ten Royal Worcester porcelain botanical plates Each centrally decorated with floral spray, the blue borders with further floral vignettes, green printed mark with date code for 1901. 26 cm diameter. (10)
Sold for £360
A pair of Colebrookdale porcelain mantle pockets Decorated with views of Hardwicke, Salop and Walcot, Salop on a gilt heightened blue ground, the pierced backs decorated with floral vignettes, both titled to underside. 21 cm high. (2)
A Mintons pate-sur-pate ewer Decorated with a bird and butterfly amongst floral sprays, on a turquoise ground, the shaped handle pierced, puce printed mark incorporating MESSrs. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia. 22 cm high.
Sold for £260
A Royal Worcester porcelain centrepiece The central bowl supported on mystical beast mask headed cornucopia, standing on a spreading foot, floral decorated on a blush ground, green printed mark to base with date code for circa 1903, registered number 227397 and model number 1713. 23.5 cm high.
JAMES HADLEY (1837-1903) British, for Royal Worcester, a Royal Worcester porcelain figural oil lamp Modelled as two children beneath entwined trees, she looking on as he dispatches a frog with a stick, with brass Duplex fitting and etched cranberry shade, moulded signature to verso and puce printed mark with date code for 1892, registered number 75408 and model number 1240. The base 49 cm high.
Sold for £280
A Border Fine Arts bow top wagon and family arriving at Appleby Fair Model number BO402 by Ray Ayres, on wood base with box and certificate. 53.5 cm long.
A collection of 19th century Staffordshire ceramic figures of sheep Some before bocage, some formed as inkwells; together with some English and Continental porcelain examples. The largest 10 cm wide. (Quantity)
Sold for £440
A Victorian Staffordshire flat back cottage Modelled with a pair of sheep; together with four other Staffordshire cottages. The former 20 cm wide. (5)
A Victorian porcelain tea service, possibly Rockingham Painted with fruiting foliage and with gilt heightened details, comprising: cups, saucers, milk jug, bowl and sucrier. The sucrier 17 cm wide.
A Victorian Wedgwood drainer Decorated in the Peace pattern; a Copeland, late Spode drainer; and another drainer decorated in the Imari palette. The largest 32.5 cm. (4)
Sold for £30
Eight various blue and white drainers Variously decorated. The largest 31 cm long. (8)
Sold for £100
Four English blue and white pottery drainers Variously decorated. The largest 36 cm wide. (4)
Sold for £30
Five various English pottery drainers Each with painted decoration on a white ground. The largest 40 cm wide. (5)
Sold for £30
A Ruskin pottery vase With allover orange lustre glaze, impressed marks and dated 1922. 22 cm high.
Sold for £30
DORIS LINDNER (1896-1979) British, for Royal Worcester, Over the Sticks Black printed mark with date code for 1959 and model number 3116. 18 cm high.
Sold for £180
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug With applied heraldic roundels; together with another, smaller. 23 cm and 17 cm high respectively.
Sold for £130
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug Decorated with applied prunts, inscribed to underside 1560-1570 Original Bei Stadt Frechen; together with another, smaller with applied heraldic motif. 25 cm and 15 cm high respectively. (2)
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine jug With applied Rob Roy thistle medallion; together with another with band of text. 21 cm and 22 cm high respectively. (2)
Sold for £160
A 16th/17th century Frechen style Bartmann or Bellarmine Pilgrim's flask Of typical form; together with two jugs. The flask 25 cm high. (3)
Sold for £280
An Italian Maiolica footed dish The scalloped rim with floral border, the centre painted with hares, birds and flowers, old label to underside inscribed From Urbino, Italy, 300 years old. 24.5 cm diameter.
A pair of German porcelain cockatoos by Carl Ens Each typically modelled, green printed mark and impressed model number. 27.5 cm high. (2)
Sold for £110
A 19th century porcelain oil lamp base, probably Samson Decorated in the Chinese manner, standing on a bronze base. 29 cm high overall.
A 19th century Isnik style charger Typically decorated with arabesques; together with another decorated with floral sprays. Both 36.5 cm diameter. (2)
A 19th century Isnik style vase Of baluster form, decorated with floral sprays and arabesques; together with three 19th century Isnik style plates, similarly decorated. The vase 26.5 cm high. (4)
A Vienna porcelain cabinet plate entitled Broken Arm Centrally painted with a native American Indian within a gilt heightened border. 24 cm diameter.
A pair of 19th century Meissen porcelain figural table salts One formed as a boy, the other a girl, each sitting twin baskets. Each 14 cm wide. (2)
A 19th century Majolica centrepiece The dished upper section surmounted with bacchic putto. 31 cm high.
A KPM Berlin porcelain figure Modelled as baby Neptune, blue printed Berlin sceptre and red printed KPM marks; together with a Hochst porcelain figure of a girl collecting flowers, blue printed wheel mark to base, and another. The former 11.5 cm high. (3)
FRANZ WAGNER (19th century) German for Royal Vienna porcelain, a small vase Decorated with a portrait vignette of Ruth, within gilt highlights on a lustre ground, red painted beehive mark, titled and numbered 11246 to base; a giltwood framed porcelain portrait plaque of a young lady, both signed Wagner; a gilt metal framed porcelain portrait plaque of an alpine boy; and a porcelain portrait plaque mounted as a brooch. The vase 8 cm high.
A 19th century Sevres style lidded sauce tureen on stand The removable lid flanked by gilt painted eagle's masks above the main pedestal body, standing on an under tray, the blue ground with gilt detailing and vignettes of various birds. 30 cm wide.
A 17th century Westerwald stoneware jug Typically decorated and with hinged metal cover and thumb piece. 18 cm high.
Sold for £220
An Italian pottery armorial charger Decorated on a yellow ground. 38 cm diameter.
Sold for £100
A pair of Bernard Bloch Art Nouveau figural pottery vases Each naturalistically modelled, Hohenstein mark to base. 38 cm high. (2)
Sold for £50
After GIOVANNI GIUSEPPE FONTANA (1821-1893) Anglo-Italian The Prisoner of Love Parian ware figure for Belleek Pottery Signed and titled within the mould, impressed mark Belleek Co. Fermanagh 64 cm high
Sold for £2,200
ELENA KONIG SCAVINI for LENCI Rassegnazione Pottery Signed to verso and painted marks to base 29 cm high
After WILHELM KRAY (1828-1889) German Lure of the Nymph Enamels on porcelain plaque Old label to verso inscribed 324 de Fischer V/Kray and stamped 324 14.5 x 22 cm, unframed
A Koryo Dynasty (12th/13th century) Korean pottery bowl Typically decorated with fruit and flowers with black and white slip inlay. 20 cm diameter.
A Korean pottery vase Typically decorated with cranes and foliate scrolls, on a celadon glaze, two character signature to base. 20.5 cm high.
A Korean pottery vase Typically decorated with floral scrolls on a celadon glaze, two character signature to base. 26 cm high.
A Korean pottery bowl Of conical form, decorated to the interior with cranes and stylised clouds. 13 cm diameter.
Two Korean pottery inkwells Both typically decorated. The larger 10.5 cm diameter. (2)
Two Korean pottery beakers Both typically decorated with cranes, the smaller with two character signature and red seal mark, both 7.5 cm high. (2)
A matched pair of 19th century Korean pottery vases Each with incised decoration and celadon glaze. 23.5 and 22.5 cm high. (2)
An 18th century Chinese Export famille rose punch bowl The centre decorated with pink enamels with a maze, the outer body with wild fowl. 24.5 cm diameter.
An 18th century Chinese Export punch bowl The interior with blue enamelled cell diaper border, the outer body painted with a bridge and pavilions amongst rocky outcrops. 28.5 cm diameter.
Sold for £50
An early 18th century Chinese Export famille verte teapot The squat globular body decorated in enamels with prunus trees, now with later white metal spout and associated lid. 16.5 cm wide.
Sold for £100
A 17th century Chinese pottery group Modelled as a deity seated on a kylin, overall with turquoise and indigo glazes. 34 cm high.
Sold for £380
A Chinese blanc de chine figure of Guanyin Modelled seated on an elephant holding a lotus blossom. 31 cms high.
Sold for £100

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