Tuesday 24 & Wednesday 25 July: Country House Sale
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175Lot 175 details & condition report or notes
A group of Armenian or Isnik ceramics, comprising four tankards and one jug, with floral decoration to grounds of blues and yellows
Sold for £120

176Lot 176 details
A Worcester first period blue and white footed bowl, 15.5cm diameter, a Worcester slop bowl, a blue and white jar and cover and various other ceramics and glass
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees

177Lot 177 details & condition report or notes
A Victorian dessert service of thirteen pieces, painted flowers in puce on a blue ground within a gadrooned border
Sold for £20

178Lot 178 details & condition report or notes
A Chamberlain's Worcester dinner service of approximately one hundred and eight pieces, painted flowers in blue and orange, to include a well dish, vegetable dishes, tureens, soup bowls, meat plates, dessert plates, sauce tureen, cover and stand etc.
Sold for £650

179Lot 179 details
A 19th Century majolica charger, painted a man and woman embracing, initialled, 32.5cm diameter
Sold for £50

180Lot 180 details
A Royal Worcester porcelain figure of a nude boy, impressed mark to base, 18cm high
Estimate £80 - 100 plus fees

181Lot 181 details & condition report or notes
A Sevres (later-decorated) hexafoil ice-cup stand (plateau Bouret), painted to the centre with a triangular reserve of exotic birds, the bleu céleste ground with tooled gilding
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

182Lot 182 details & condition report or notes
A Meissen yellow-ground breakfast cup and saucer, late 19th Century, painted with birds and flowering branches
Sold for £140

183Lot 183 details & condition report or notes
A Meissen (Marcolini) bullet-shaped teapot and cover, circa 1790, painted with two oval panels depicting battle scenes/
Sold for £400

184Lot 184 details & condition report or notes
A Vienna portrait cup and saucer, circa 1769, painted en grisaille with an oval profile portrait of Pythagoras, titled
Sold for £110

185Lot 185 details & condition report or notes
A Nyon cup, cover and saucer, circa 1800, the cup painted with a continuous scene of peasants in a landscape
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

186Lot 186 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Sčvres style porcelain urns and covers, each decorated figural and floral reserves to a bleu céleste ground, with gilt metal bud finials, ram's mask and ring handles on plinths, 38cm high/
Sold for £2000

187Lot 187 details & condition report or notes
A quantity of ceramics to include a Royal Worcester painted dish, signed A Shuck and a Belleek vase decorated shamrocks
Sold for £25

188Lot 188 details
A Bow porcelain figure of a drummer, seated on a naturalistic stump encrusted with flowers, 21.5cm high, two Derby pieces, an English tea bowl and associated saucer and a jug
Sold for £140

189Lot 189 details
A quantity of ceramics to include a Wedgwood creamware dish and sundry Mason's pottery
Sold for £25

190Lot 190 details
A group of Staffordshire figures to include Washington and Wellington and two plates
Sold for £250

191Lot 191 details
An 18th Century Delft blue and white charger, decorated a dragonfly within floral sprays to a surround of oval motifs, 35cm diameter
Sold for £200

192Lot 192 details
A Chelsea (gold anchor) beaker, circa 1760, the bell-shaped body glazed in Mazarin dark blue with opposing reserves of Chinese musicians in tooled gilt floral scroll borders, gold anchor mark, 9cm high
Sold for £150

193Lot 193 details & condition report or notes
A Worcester fluted tea canister and chocolate cup, Rich Queen's pattern, circa 1770, square marks, canister 12.5 cm high
Sold for £130

194Lot 194 details & condition report or notes
A group of Worcester blue scale ground tea and coffee cups, Rich Kakiemon style, circa 1775, blue square marks, a tea bowl similar and an imitation saucer
Sold for £150

195Lot 195 details & condition report or notes
Two Worcester fluted tea bowls, Dragons in Compartments pattern, circa 1770, a saucer and saucer dish in the Fan pattern, a chocolate cup and two saucers
Sold for £90

196Lot 196 details & condition report or notes
A Derby porter mug, circa 1810, painted with and titled 'A View in Cumberland', with gilt decoration, iron red marks, bearing I.C.F.S paper label 1992, no.6 pg 5., 13 cm high
Sold for £90

197Lot 197 details
A Worcester coffee pot, Fence pattern and another, possibly Liverpool, decorated Chinese figures in a garden, circa 1770, crescent mark, 19 cm high
Sold for £45

198Lot 198 details & condition report or notes
A group of Worcester blue and white tea wares and a Bow sauce boat, circa 1760, open crescent and workman's marks
Sold for £130

199Lot 199 details & condition report or notes
A group of Japan pattern tea wares and a Spode vase, circa 1810-30, richly gilt, the vase in pattern 967, 11cm high
Sold for £130

200Lot 200 details & condition report or notes
A quantity of porcelain comprising a Berlin coffee cup, a Vienna saucer, a Meissen (Marcolini) saucer, a Chinese coffee cup with London decoration, another coffee cup and a Meissen saucer
Sold for £70

201Lot 201 details & condition report or notes
A group of early 19th Century tea wares, including Spode and Flight, Barr & Barr, decorated with flowers
Sold for £25

202Lot 202 details & condition report or notes
A group of English Neoclassical tea wares and others, circa 1770-1810, to include a Worcester reeded tea and coffee cup with husk swag decoration and Derby yellow ground tea bowls
Sold for £40

203Lot 203 details & condition report or notes
A group of late 18th/early 19th Century toy tea wares, comprising a creamware tea bowl and saucer, two Barr (Worcester) porcelain tea bowls, two Davenport pottery tea cups and saucers, and five transfer printed pottery plates
Sold for £50

204Lot 204 details
A group of early 19th Century toy porcelain, comprising an Imari pattern jug and basin, a footed bowl, a teacup, a flower encrusted jug and a flower painted mug
Sold for £15


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