JANUARY 2019 - Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 - Winter Country House Sale. To include selected contents of Ombersley Court, Beverston Castle & other properties.


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Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
325Lot 325 details
A pair of Derby biscuit groups, circa 1785, one youths with animals, the other youths with musical instruments, each around a central tree trunk, incised crown, crossed batons and D marks, no. 333 and 334, 29cm high (2) /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £600 - 800 plus fees

326Lot 326 details
Three Derby biscuit groups, circa 1780, each with central female figure and musical instrument beside a broken column and with cherubs around the base, incised no. 216 and 217, one broken, 26cm high (3)Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £400 - 600 plus fees

327Lot 327 details
Two Paris (La Courtille) groups, circa 1785, of a gallant and companion, garlanded with flowers, crossed torches incised mark, 21cm high (2) /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £700 - 900 plus fees

328Lot 328 details
A set of three Niderviller biscuit figures, circa 1775, comprising a youth beside a grape hod, hand lacking, another beside a wheel of fortune, and a girl beside a vase and cover, each on a square base and impressed Terre de Lorraine, incised GG, each 21cm high (3)Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £400 - 600 plus fees

329Lot 329 details
Six Derby biscuit groups, circa 1780, of Cupid around a central tree trunk, some with flowers, some with fish, one with a wheelbarrow, two with birdcages and birds, incised no. 48, one very damaged, each 21.5cm high (6)Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £800 - 1200 plus fees

330Lot 330 details
A Derby biscuit figure, circa 1780, of Plenty holding a cornucopia of fruit, standing on square base, crown, crossed batons and D mark, incised no. 163, 24cm high
Estimate £180 - 220 plus fees

331Lot 331 details
A Derby biscuit figure, circa 1780, of a youth playing a flute, on a round scroll base, incised no. 10, 16cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £100 - 150 plus fees

332Lot 332 details
A pair of Derby biscuit figures, circa 1820, of musicians, the girl with cymbals, the boy with a clarinet, on round bases, incised mark no. 365, she with arm lacking, 18cm high (2)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £50 - 80 plus fees

333Lot 333 details
A Derby biscuit group, circa 1780, of Three Graces and Cupid around a central tree trunk, incised mark no.135, damages, 41cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

334Lot 334 details
A French (hard paste) figure of La Batteuse de Beurre, standing before a churn, damages, 19cm high; a figure of a similar youth as a bagpiper, his dog at his feet, 18cm high; a pair of figures of Cupid and Plenty, her neck repaired, 23cm high; and a group of a youth before a brazier, two figures lacking, damages, 28cm high; all 18th Century (5)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £700 - 900 plus fees

335Lot 335 details
A Booths bowl in the Worcester style, 20th Century, the blue scale ground printed in colours with exotic birds, 25.5cm diameter/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees

336Lot 336 details
A Spode bat printed part tea service, circa 1815, with rural views and gilt rims, pattern no. 557, comprising eleven tea cups, eleven saucers and a cover for a sugar bowl (23)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £70 - 100 plus fees

337Lot 337 details
A Sevres later decorated circular two-handled bowl and cover, the porcelain 18th Century, painted in a blue diaper with flowers, 14cm diameter /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £120 - 180 plus fees

338Lot 338 details
A Worcester tea and coffee service, circa 1810, of fluted form decorated with formal floral sprays in mauve and gold, comprising: a coffee pot and cover, an oval teapot stand, seven tea bowls, eight coffee cups, twelve saucers, two saucer dishes, and a cover for a sugar bowl/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

339Lot 339 details
Six Meissen (outside-decorated) plates, 19th Century, each painted with birds, blue crossed swords marks (6)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £120 - 180 plus fees

340Lot 340 details
A Sevres baluster cream jug, the porcelain 18th Century, gilding later, painted with bouquets of flowers raised on short shaped legs, 10cm /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

341Lot 341 details
A Meissen saucer shaped dish, circa 1760, with green scale borders, the centre painted with a Watteau scene, 26cm diameter; and a plate en suite, 24.25cm diameter/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £400 - 600 plus fees

342Lot 342 details
A Meissen dish, circa 1765, painted with bouquets of flowers, with moulded Dulong pattern borders, blue crossed swords and dot mark, 30cm diameter/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees

343Lot 343 details
A Samson bowl, 20th Century, decorated in famille rose style, 28.5cm diameter/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees

344Lot 344 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Sevres oval sauce tureens and covers, later decorated, each painted with four named birds in oval reserves and a circular butter dish and cover, the porcelain 18th Century, 22.75cm wide (6) /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £400 - 600 plus fees

345Lot 345 details
A German white porcelain clock case, late 19th Century, encrusted with flowers and with a cherub and dove finial, 33cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £200 - 300 plus fees

346Lot 346 details & condition report or notes
A pair of John Bevington two-branch candelabra, late 19th Century, modelled as a youth and his companion, encrusted with flowers, 24.25cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £100 - 150 plus fees

347Lot 347 details & condition report or notes
A pair of Meissen shell-shaped sweetmeat dishes, circa 1750, each raised on short scroll shaped legs, 8cm wide/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £150 - 200 plus fees

348Lot 348 details
A Sevres cream jug, the turquoise ground with an oval shaped reserve of exotic birds, on three short shaped feet, with date letter for 1766 (later English decoration T Randall), together with a Sevres later decorated coffee cup and saucer, similar and a Sevres later decorated sugar bowl and cover, similar, with date letter for 1767, 9.5cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £250 - 300 plus fees

349Lot 349 details & condition report or notes
A English porcelain tea service, circa 1810, with a wide blue and gold floral border, comprising: an oval teapot, cover and stand; an oval sugar basin and cover; eleven teacups; six coffee cans, eleven saucers and a slop basin and plate/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £180 - 220 plus fees

350Lot 350 details
A brown glazed creamware fox mask stirrup cup, circa 1780, 14cm long /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £80 - 120 plus fees

351Lot 351 details & condition report or notes
An Austrian biscuit figure of a cockatoo late 19th Century, upon a perch and stand in black and gold, 26cm high, and another with brown tree trunk base, 39.5cm high /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £120 - 180 plus fees

352Lot 352 details
Three white Dresden comports, late 19th Century, with pierced oval basket pattern tops, cherubs at play on the oval bases, 32.5cm high max and a pair of circular baskets (5)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £120 - 180 plus fees

353Lot 353 details
A Russian porcelain Easter egg, probably by the Imperial Porcelain Factory circa 1894-1915, decorated with flowers and bearing the cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £600 - 800 plus fees

354Lot 354 details
A pair of French (hard paste) groups, circa 1780, of lady and gallant musicians on rocky bases, 18.5cm high/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Estimate £150 - 200 plus fees


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