Ceramics – 26th April 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
1 A set of seven late 19th century Minton tiles depicting scenes from Aesop’s Fables, possibly designed by John Mayr Smith 15.5cm x 15.5cm 40 50
2 A large quantity of Wedgwood ‘Harvest Festival’ patterned dinner and tea ware designed by Eric Ravilious comprised of four lidded tureens, 12 x 25.5cm plates, 12 x 23.5cm plates, 1 x 24.5cm plate, 12 x 23cm bowls, 2 x 27cm oval platters, 2 x 32.5cm oval platters, 11 x 18cm side plates, 11 x 14cm saucers, two gravy boats, one milk jug, 13 x tea cups and one sugar bowl 150 250
3 A unique David Sharp Rye Pottery meat plate hand-painted in greens with an owl and exclusively made for the Green Owl Public House at Camber, Kent, hand painted signature to back 47.5 cm x 38.5 cm 60 100
4 A Wedgwood coffee can and saucer, hand-painted with grapes and vines together with a Wedgwood cake plate and dinner plate each decorated with flower stem repeat decoration, all manufactured for James Powell & Sons, Whitefriars Glass Work, with impressed and printed marks to base 40 60
6 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery badger, 34cm long 70 90
7 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery otter, 30cm h 50 60
8 A Canadian Blue Mountain Pottery red flambe glazed fox, 36cm h 30 40
9 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery rhino, 54cm long 70 90
10 A pair of David Sharp, Rye Pottery vases, 55cm h 40 60
11 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery Suffolk Punch horse, 26cm h 60 80
12 A pair of David Sharp, Rye Pottery fighting cocks 20cm h and 22cm h 40 60
13 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery white glazed horse’s head, 27cm h 40 60
14 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery lamp, 35cm h 20 40
15 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery ram, 20cm h 60 80
16 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery owl, 29cm h 80 100
17 A David Sharp, Rye Pottery ‘Buccaneer’ character jug, 19cm h 50 70
18 A large red flambe glazed pottery elephant, 34cm h x 47cm long 30 50
19 A mid-20th century studio pottery slipware platter in the style of Michael Cardew, decorated with cockerels, dated 1953 and monogrammed M.C. 28cm x 32cm 30 50
20 A pair of 19th century Imari patterned lidded vases of ovoid form decorated with floral panels, the lids with dogs of Fo finial, 43cm h 100 150
21 A pair of Clarice Cliff ‘Stamford’ shaped lidded twin handled tureens decorated in hand-painted blues and browns 40 60
22 A large Torquay Pottery vase of ovoid form with three asymmetrical handles decorated with hand-painted Kingfisher amongst silver birch and lilies, possibly signed Lemon Crute to base together with wooden stand, 66cm high 50 100
23 A Royal Crown Derby porcelain Japanese-style bowl, 23cm x 23 cm 20 40
24 A Persian wall tile ‘Rajah of Persia’ (c 1900), 31.5cm x 23.5cm 200 300
25 A garniture of three Victorian twin-handled floral encrusted vases each decorated with panels depicting castles and cottages, tallest 31cm 150 200
26 A Royal Doulton figure ‘Rosamund’ marked M33, circa 1935 40 60
27 A 19th century Ashworth’s ceramic Oriental-style biscuit box of oval form, decorated with figural and floral panels with gilded borders and with wheatsheaf finial, impressed ‘Ashworth’ and inscribed B3538, 16cm x 20cm 80 120
28 A large Continental study of two child figures, signed to rear with a five point crown and the letter N, 30cm h 20 30
29 A 19th century Dresden porcelain tea caddy and cover painted decorated with gold stripes and floral decoration, 13cm h 20 40
30 A Royal Worcester twin-handled blush ivory and gilt vase of ovoid form decorated with floral sprays, restored, 43cm h 300 500
31 An 18th century Worcester blue and white teapot decorated in the fishermen and cormorant pattern, with blue crescent mark to base 100 150
32 A late 19th/early 20th century aesthetic movement ‘Old Hall’ bottle-shape vase decorated with floral sprays, the neck entwined with relief moulded gilt dragon, 38cm h 40 60
33 An early 20th century ceramic figure of a semi-nude female with flowers, signed to base Bistone Poole, 31cm h 70 80
34 A 19th century Ernst Bohne & Sohne porcelain pot-pourri lidded twin-handled vase with applied wing cherubs and encrusted with floral bouquets and leaves with blue anchor mark to base, together with another similar, both 21cm high 100 150
35 A late 19th/early 20th century Rorstrand Flow blue twin-handled sauce boat on stand, transfer decorated with Oriental scenes with figures in boats with mountains and pagodas to background, with floral swag borders, transfer and impressed marks to base 11.5cm h x 13.5cm w 80 100
36 An unusual large Lladro figure of a young girl reclining within the bough of a tree, with floral bouquet and waving hand, designed by Vincente Martinez circa 1970s, blue transfer and impressed marks to base 40cm h x 42cm w 80 100
37 A pair of early 20th century Royal Doulton floral treacle glazed ewers designed by Maud Bowman, 24cm h 30 50
38 An L & V Ceram of France Art Deco style tiger/panther, maker’s mark to base, 70cm long 120 150
39 A 20th century faience twin-handled floral decorated centre piece on four scrolling feet 24cm h 30 40
40 A Victorian four piece garniture comprised of two large twin-handled lidded vases on plinth bases together with two smaller vases each decorated with panels of female shepherdesses with gilt highlights, tallest 77cm h 60 80
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