Ceramics – 25th May 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
676 An Art Nouveau blue ground pottery vase, the shaped tapering body decorated with leaves and roundels, with Clarice Cliff mark to the base, approximately 35 cm H (converted to a table lamp) 30 40
677 Colin Kellam (20th Century) a Studio Pottery vase-shaped table lamp, hand-painted with trailing flowers, 27.5 cm high (not including fitting) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 70
678 A Wedgwood black jasperware plaque depicting cherubic infants playing blind man’s buff, housed within gilt surround and simulated walnut frame, with retailers label for ‘Phillips Ltd., New Bond St., London’, the plaque measuring 9 cm H x 22 cm W 250 300
679 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug commemorating the life of Benjamin Disraeli, decorated with the bust of Disraeli and inscribed with quote dated ‘7 Dec 1837’, with retailers mark for John Mortlock, London to base and initialled EJ and HH, 17 cm H 50 60
680 A late Victorian Royal Crown Derby porcelain vase decorated with cobalt blue and gilt floral and fruit swags amongst blossoms, 25 cm H (with restoration to the neck) 50 60
681 A matched pair of early 20th century Japanese pottery vases, hand painted in black and cobalt blue, with birds amongst foliage, approximately 15.5 cm H and 16 cm H 30 40
682 A Beswick model of a dapple grey Shire horse, 21.5 cm H 30 40
683 An early 20th century Wedgwood ‘Ferrara’ pattern blue and white transfer decorated chamber pot, 15 cm H 25 35
684 A late 19th century hand painted Vienna porcelain charger decorated with peonies, roses, tulips and anemones, with pink ground boarder and floral sprays, 31 cm diameter 50 60
685 A 19th century Charles Meigh patent relief moulded white earthenware matt glazed jug with pewter lid, decorated with ribald Bacchanalian scenes, grapes and vines, with blue moulded patent to base, 28cm high 50 100
686 A Susie Cooper coffee set comprising three coffee cans, four saucers, sugar bowl, cream and hot water jugs and a coffee pot, all pale pink and cream with dot decoration to rims and handles, makers mark to underside 60 80
687 A 20th century hand painted Limoges cushion-shaped plaque by R Restoueix of an ‘Viellie Paysanna’ (old peasant), signed to lower left, label to verso, 23.5cm x 17.5cm, housed in ornate gilt frame 350 450
688 A pair of ornate Italian 1960’s turquoise glazed pottery figures of Chinese dogs of foe seated on rectangular plinths, 70cm high, raised on wooden stands 1200 1800
689 A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware pedestals, decorated in relief with floral swags, 16 cm H 40 60
690 A 19th century German pottery jardiniere stand, the square top over a shaped body decorated with cherub masks and acanthus leaves, raised on talon and ball feet, 55cm high x 33cm wide x 33cm deep 80 120
691 A Minton’s 19th century bone china cabinet plate, hand painted with white and pink floral sprays and leaves on a  turquoise ground with a gilt dontil edge, signed R. Pilsbury, circa 1884, diameter 24.3 cm.  Richard Pilsbury was a leading painter at Minton within the 1866 to 1892 period; he later became Art Director at Messrs Moore Brothers, and died in 1896 100 150
692 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘The Goose Girl’, HN 2419, modelled by John Bromley, numbered 473/12500, 20 cm H 25 35
693 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Miss Demure’, HN 1402, 19 cm H 25 35
694 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Top O’ The Hill’, HN 1834, 18 cm H 25 35
695 A limited edition Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Country Love’, HN 2418, modelled by John Bromley, numbered 158/12500, 19 cm H 25 35
696 A 19th century porcelain group of a courting couple with gold anchor mark, 22.5 cm H (at fault) 70 90
697 A 20th century Vienna porcelain figure of a Lippizaner horse and rider, 23cm H 80 120
698 An early 19th century Derby figure of ‘The Welch Taylor’s Wife’ astride a goat, 17 cm H (at fault) 100 150
699 A 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figure of a woman holding a basket, 21 cm H 30 50
700 A 19th century Continental porcelain figural group of a soldier and his sweetheart, 23 cm H 80 120
701 An 18th century Chelsea-Derby porcelain figure of Neptune, staff lacking (at fault), 23cm high 150 250
702 A late 18th century Derby porcelain figure of a garland shepherdess, 23 cm H 150 200
703 A 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figure of a travelling man, possibly Dick Whittington, 19.5 cm H 30 50
704 A pair of Royal Crown Derby porcelain figures, possibly of characters from Shakespeare, 15.5 cm H 100 150
705 A 19th century Continental porcelain figurine of a man holding a bunch of flowers, 16 cm H 40 60
706 A 19th century porcelain figure of a woman with a basket of fruit and a dead rabbit, with gold anchor mark, 19 cm H 40 60
707 Three late 19th century Italian Continental porcelain figures of a man feeding the ducks, 13.5 cm H, a man collecting apples, 15 cm H and a woman with flowers, 15 cm H 50 60
708 A 19th century miniature porcelain Crown Naples figure of a cherub, 7 cm H and another miniature porcelain figure of a boy with a ram, 5 cm H 50 60
709 An 18th century English soft paste porcelain Bacchanalian figure drinking wine, 18 cm H 80 100
710 A 20th century porcelain group of a woman blind-folding a child, 20 cm H 40 60
711 A Vienna porcelain figure of a lady with flowers, 14.5 cm H, (at fault) 40 60
712 Four Royal Crown Derby modern porcelain figures of a duck-billed platypus, a badger, and two birds, all decorated in Imari palette – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 120 180
713 A Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a reclining tiger, 31.5 cm long – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
714 A Royal Doulton green lustre glazed bowl with silver rim, 22.25 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
715 A hand-painted Minton’s cabinet plate entitled ‘Sprat’, signed A.H.Wright, with ornate gilt border, retailed by Davis Collamore & Co Ltd, New York, 23 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
716 An early Worcester porcelain blue and white teapot decorated with flowers,16 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 80 120
717 An early Victorian hand painted part tea service comprised of a teapot and stand, two cake plates, four cups and nine saucers, each numbered 1950 to the base, together with other Victorian tea ware – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
718 A set of three graduated Masons ironstone china ‘hydra’ shaped jugs, decorated in the Imari palette, three other Mason’s ‘hydra’ jugs and one other (7 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
719 A collection of Prattware items comprised of three transfer decorated pot lids and pots, one other pot lid, housed in a wooden frame and two transfer-decorated jars (6 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
720 David Eeles, large pottery vase, hand-decorated with trees in blossom, patterns details and mark to base, 33.5 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
721 Barum Ware cobalt blue pottery wash jug, bowl and chamber pot (3 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
722 An Edwardian Royal Doulton harvest ware jug, 19 cm high and two matching beakers, 13.25 cm high, all with silver rims, Sheffield 1906, maker’s mark ‘HW’ – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 60
723 A Rosethal porcelain figural group, by Raymond Paynet of a courting couple with animals watching on, 19cm wide – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 50
724 A Royal Crown Derby porcelain bowl, decorated in the Imari palette, with date mark for 1939, 19 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 50
725 A Rosenthal porcelain figural group of a princess riding on the back of a centaur, approximately  26 cm H – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 50
727 A Villeroy & Boch dinner plate commemorating the centenary dinner, in honour of HRH The Prince of Wales at Claridges, of the Thirty Club of London, 3rd May 2005, boxed. The Thirty Club of London was founded in 1905 and is comprised of a secret membership of England’s most powerful members of the media and advertising Industry 30 40
728 A late 19th/early 20th century Wedgwood blue jasperware cheese bell, decorated with classical figures, cherubs, acorns and oak leaves, with impressed mark to base, 20cm high 30 50
729  A late 19th century German stoneware jardiniere on stand, the twin-handled jardiniere decorated with cherubs, dragons and foliage, with mask handles, the stand heavily decorated with ram’s heads, lion masks, floral swags and ribbons, on an acanthus leaf base, approximately 104.5 cm H 70 90
730 A Beswick figure of an owl and a Beswick figure of a boxer dog (2 items) 15 25
731 A large quantity of 1930s Art Deco Bristol Poutney & Co Ltd dinnerware including platters, plates, tureens etc 30 40
732 A pair of Victorian hand painted porcelain vases decorated with flowers and birds, 20cm high 25 35
733 A 19th century porcelain vase decorated with a band of cherub musicians above a pair of floral draped ram’s head handles and bunched musical instruments, on a shaped and pierced circular pedestal base, 27.5cm high 20 30
734 A late18th century porcelain teacup, possibly Worcester, decorated with flowers in the famille rose palette, 5.75cm high 50 80
735 An early Rye Pottery hop ware baluster shaped vase decorated with applied hops and bines, with incised marks to base, 21cm high, together with another early Rye Pottery hop ware basket similarly decorated with pinched body and rope twist handle, with incised marks to base, 10cm high x 8cm wide 40 60
736 An extensive quantity of Spode ‘Wicker Dale’ pattern porcelain dinner and tea ware 100 200
737 A Lladro porcelain figure of a clown wearing a bowler hat, long coat and holding a violin, numbered 5472 to base, 22cm high 25 35
738 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery figure of a woman, 42.5cm high 40 60
739 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, large pottery blue and white vase ‘Friends with the Birds’, 41cm high 70 90
740 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of a woman, 76cm long 30 40
741 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of the back of a woman, 77cm long 50 60
742 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of a woman, 30cm high 60 70
743 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery bowl decorated with figures, 29cm high 100 150
744 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery abstract on wooden plaque 55 65
745 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery vase, 44cm high 55 65
746 Three Royal Doulton pottery novelty flasks in the form of a buzzard, an eagle and a Merlin, one containing whisky 30 50
747 A Beswick model of a pheasant on naturalistic base, numbered 1225 and another Beswick model of a pheasant in flight, numbered 849 (2 items) 70 90
748 A Beswick model of a Jersey Bull, ‘Champion Dunsley Coy Boy’, design by Arthur Gredington, a Beswick model of a Jersey Cow, ‘Newton Tinkle’ and a Beswick model of a Jersey calf (3 items) 80 120
749 A Beswick model of a dairy shorthorn bull, ‘Champion Guernsey Lt Lord Oxford’ 300 500
750 Two Beswick models of a Charolais cow and calf 100 150
751 A collection of hunting related Beswick models, comprised of a huntsman on a rearing horse and another on a bay horse, a seated fox and a standing fox and three hounds (7 items) 280 320
752 A Bewick model of a ram, a Beswick model of a ewe and a Beswick model of a lamb with a black face (3 items) 40 60
753 A Beswick model of a Hereford cow and another of a Hereford bull, both entitled ‘Champion of Champions’ and a Beswick model of a Hereford calf (3 items) 140 180
754 A Beswick model of a Friesian cow, ‘CH Clayberry Leewater’, a Beswick model of a Friesian bull, ‘CH Coddington Hilt Bar’ and a Beswick model of a calf (3 items) 130 150
755 A Beswick model of a Highland calf and a Beswick model of a Collie dog (2 items) 45 55
757 A Chinese porcelain rectangular blue and white tea caddy, original lid lacking, with turned wooden replacement, body measures 13cm high x 6.25cm deep x 11cm wide, restoration to one corner and chip to other corner 40 60
758 A Lladro figure of a Thai Dancer, modelled kneeling, in traditional costume, printed mark to base and inscribed T33, approximately 44 cm H 150 250
759 A 19th century two tone salt glazed spirit flask decorated in relief with a dancing sailor, unmarked, 17cm high 50 70
760 A Clarice Cliff leaf-shaped pottery dish decorated with flowers, fruit and berries, with Newport Pottery mark and Clarice Cliff stamp to base, No. 45A, 32cm long 25 35
761 A Susie Cooper kestrel shape tea set decorated in cream, blue and yellow 40 60
763 An early Rye Pottery green glazed Sussex trug, 21.5cm long 200 300
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