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Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
257Lot 257 details
A Royal Worcester part tea service, Old Bow pattern to include two teapots, jug, slop bowl, spoon tray, nine cups, eleven saucers etc.
Sold for £80

258Lot 258 details & condition report or notes
A Meissen part breakfast service, decorated floral sprays with gilt borders, a scent bottle to match, total approximately 47 pieces
Sold for £380

259Lot 259 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Staffordshire figures of a shepherd and shepherdess, 14cm high
Sold for £60

260Lot 260 details
A Dutch delft charger, 35.5cm diameter
Sold for £160

261Lot 261 details
A painted porcelain plaque, after Raphael, depicting the Madonna della Sedia, in a tooled leather frame, the plaque 15.5cm diameter/
Sold for £420

262Lot 262 details
A Copeland part dinner service decorated in Imari colours with flowers and foliage, approximately 23 pieces
Sold for £80

263Lot 263 details & condition report or notes
An English Delftware bowl, mid 18th Century, Lambeth High Street, decorated a Chinaman in a garden within a powder blue border, 22.5cm diameter
Sold for £250

264Lot 264 details & condition report or notes
A Derby porcelain group of a ram and recumbent ewe, circa 1760, 13cm high
Sold for £200

265Lot 265 details & condition report or notes
A pair of English Delft flower bricks, 18th Century, decorated alternating panels of trellis and floral decoration, 15.5cm wide/
Sold for £750

266Lot 266 details & condition report or notes
A pair of English Delft flower bricks, 18th Century, decorated flowers, 16cm wide (one a/f)
Sold for £380

267Lot 267 details
A quantity of Continental and English porcelain, to include a Meissen teapot and cover, decorated panels of flowers and figures, various Meissen & Dresden teacups and saucers, a Worcester teacup and saucer, a Vienna painted coffee can and cover, a painted floral part dessert service, a pair of figures and various others.
Sold for £220

268Lot 268 details & condition report or notes
A Meissen porcelain cup and saucer, painted a scene with a woodsman and a Berlin scent bottle, painted floral sprays (lacking stopper)
Sold for £150

269Lot 269 details
Three Royal Doulton porcelain figures to include The Parsons Daughter, HN 564, 25cm high
Sold for £60

270Lot 270 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain cabinet plates, each painted with fruit by Albert Shuck, signed A. Shuck, within a blue and gilded border and a Royal Worcester teacup and saucer painted with fruit by Harry Ayrton, signed H. Ayrton
Sold for £140

271Lot 271 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Minton porcelain pedestal cups, each painted with reserves to a green ground, with twin gilded handles, 13cm high, a Worcester Flight Barr & Barr cabinet cup and saucer and various other pieces of porcelain to include Derby
Sold for £200

272Lot 272 details & condition report or notes
A 19th Century English part tea set, painted floral sprays within blue and gilded borders , comprising 6 cups and saucers, a serving plate, a slop bowl and a sugar bowl and cover
Sold for £130

273Lot 273 details
Nine pieces of Ardmore pottery, mostly circa 2006, comprising eight mugs with animal handles and one oval dish
Sold for £140

274Lot 274 details
A Clarice Cliff Rodanthe pattern vase, of ribbed tapering form painted stylised flowers in shades of orange, yellow and brown, 20cm high
Sold for £70

275Lot 275 details
A pair of Clarice Cliff Rodanthe pattern plates, painted stylised flowers in shades of orange, yellow and brown, 23cm diameter, and a small jam pot and cover
Sold for £45

276Lot 276 details
Three pieces of green ground Prattware, one retailed by Davis Collamore
Sold for £30

277Lot 277 details
A Davenport part tea set, circa 1880, comprising a teapot and cover, sugar basin and cover and bread plate, all with cobalt blue and gilt highlights
Sold for £30

278Lot 278 details & condition report or notes
Two Meissen moulded plates and a cup and saucer, mid-19th Century, the plates decorated with fruiting vines, heightened in gilt, the cup with flower sprigs in gilt and green enamel, blue crossed swords mark, the plates incised W.89
Estimate £50 - 70 plus fees

279Lot 279 details
A Meissen breakfast cup and saucer, circa 1870, with 'alt-ozier' moulded borders and painted flower sprays and insects, together with a French (La Courtille) porcelain dessert dish painted with flowers, circa 1770, blue painted factory marks and a Marcolini period saucer in orange, brown and gilt
Sold for £50

280Lot 280 details
A Meissen sugar bowl and cover and two teacups and saucers, circa 1755-60, painted in purple with flowers, blue crossed swords mark, and two near matching Meissen (punkt) teacups and saucers
Sold for £140

281Lot 281 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Royal Worcester figures, Joy and Sorrow, each modelled as a classically draped maiden holding a bird, each with plinth, total height 37.5cm/
Sold for £250

285Lot 285 details & condition report or notes
An 18th Century blue and white vase and cover (badly broken), a broken jade and various Chinese hardwood stands
Sold for £150

286Lot 286 details
Four various jadeite archers rings, various colours, the tallest 3cm high
Sold for £40

287Lot 287 details & condition report or notes
A Chinese brass bowl, a pair of vases applied dragons and another bowl
Sold for £25

288Lot 288 details
A vegetable ivory carved netsuke, modelled as a dog with beaded eyes, 4cm high
Sold for £40

289Lot 289 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Japanese bronze vases, each of baluster form decorated birds and foliage, highlighted in gilt and signed to base, 17.5cm high
Sold for £650


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