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Derby - Three Day Fine Arts and Antiques Sale [ARCHIVE]

Three Day Fine Arts and Antiques Sale day 1 lots 1 - 630 at our Derby Auction House

Lots per page: 24
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An 18th century Pearlware tea canister, incised in blue Mary Taylor 1784, decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, feathered borders, 13.5cm high, c.1780; a Wedgwood black basalt cream jug, in relief with classical figures, 11.5cm high, c.1800; a Castleton sucrier, in relief with classical figures, outlined in blue, 13cm wide; etc (4)


SOLD £300.00
A Wedgwood Pearlware candlestick, dished sconce, fluted column, spreading square fluted base, leaves to angles, picked out overall in blue, 23.5cm high, impressed mark; another, smaller, 19.5cm high, c.1785


SOLD £90.00
An English Delft circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with roundel stylised leaves and trellis, 29.5cm diam, c.1760


est £30.00 - £50.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Pearlware shaped circular plate, transfer printed in monochrome with portrait and inscribed: Z.K.H. DE PRINS VAN ORANGE, blue feathered border, 23cm diam, c.1815


est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A Medieval square tile, with lion rampant, 13.5cm wide; another; two reference books, Dr Pieter Biesboer, Nederlandse Majolica 1550 - 1650; another Broeke, Sabben, Woudenberg, Antique Tiles (4)


SOLD £90.00
A Minton and Co Scindes pattern part dinner service, comprising large tureens and cover, two smaller, two sauce tureens, covers and stands, four graduated serving plates, twenty six dinner plates, ten soup dishes, eighteen side plates, printed marks, c.1850


SOLD £300.00
A pair of figural wall pockets, each modelled as an Oriental lady, sponged with flowers and decorated in tones of green, blue and pink, 17cm long, 19th century


SOLD £70.00
A Portuguese Caldas Palissy style jug, cover and stand, applied in tones of brown and yellow, with beetles and frog, on a shred clay ground, in buff, lizard handle, the cover with toad finial, 24cm high, marked, c.1880


SOLD £300.00
A set of four Victorian Gothic Revival encaustic tiles, possibly Minton, each decorated in the Medieval taste with heraldic beasts, 15cm x 14.5cm, c. 1870


est £120.00 - £180.00 (unsold)
***Client will collect W/C 9/10/17***A set of three Dutch polychrome square tiles, painted with a stylised tulip, the angels with cobalt blue scrolls, 12cm; others, in cobalt blue with stylised fox; another, deer; 17th - 19th century, etc (11)


est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire pottery rectangular plaque, Dr Franklin's Maxim's, printed in monochrome and picked out in colours, with a selection of agricultural proverbs and images, 31cm x 23cm, c.1860


SOLD £70.00
A Staffordshire Stilton dish and stand, in relief with scrolling vine, in tones of green, flower encrusted finial, the base with border of primroses and other flowers, picked out in colours, 33.5cm high, c.1850


SOLD £160.00
A Victorian majolica game jug, in relief with hanging game, greyhound handle, in mottled tones of green, yellow and brown, 21cm high, c.1880; a similar fish jug, 17cm high, c.1880; etc (5)


SOLD £80.00
A Victorian majolica jug, in relief with bamboo, in tones of pink, green and brown, on a yellow basketweave ground, brown handle, lilac interior, 22cm high, diamond registration mark; a circular plate, in relief with fans and blossoming prunus on a basketwork ground, 22cm diam, c.1880; a spill vase, the dish, in relief with leaves on a basketwork ground, 15cm diam, c.1880; etc (4)


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Victorian majolica jug, moulded in relief with two storks, amongst reeds, in tones of pink, green and yellow, lilac interior,19cm high, c.1870; a similar owl jug, naturalistically modelled, 22cm high, c.1870; others (4)


est £70.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Victorian majolica spill vase, modelled with a reclining cow before a tree trunk, coloured in tones of brown, yellow and green, 9cm high, c.1870; another, as a cockerel by a wheatsheaf, 12cm high, c.1870; another, as a wooden box, with metal angles, the interior in two sections, 14.5cm wide, c.1880; etc (5)


SOLD £70.00
A large Victorian Minton majolica lobed jardiniere, moulded in alternating tones of high and relief with frolicking putti, within C-scroll borders, leafy scroll handles, turquoise ground, pink interior, 26cm high, 58cm wide, impressed marks, c. 1860


est £1000.00 - £1500.00 (unsold)
A Victorian majolica urnular jardiniere, probably Minton, moulded with strapwork, stylized leaves and tendrils, griffin handles, ram masks, hoof feet, incurved square base, glaze din mottled tones of blue, green and yellow, 44cm high, impressed model no. 1009, c. 1875


est £300.00 - £500.00 (unsold)
An 18th century globular teapot and cover, decorated with stylised flowers and foliage in colours, beaded borders, flower finial, entwined strap handles, 11.5cm high, c.1770


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
An 18th century red moulded stoneware lobed globular tea pot, moulded in low relief with blossoming branches, insects and squirrel, 9.5cm high, c.1760


SOLD £45.00
An 18th century Wedgwood creamware domed tea caddy and cover, transfer printed in black with the Tea Party, to verso with a shepherd and his hound tending a flock of sheep domed cover with rococo scrolls and flowers, incurved fluted angles, 13.5cm high, impressed mark, incised potter's X-mark, c. 1775


est £120.00 - £180.00 (unsold)
An 18th century Wedgwood creamware scalloped plate, the centre transfer printed in black with a ship and maritime trophies, picked in colour, the edge with sprigs of flowers, 24cm wide, impressed heart-shaped potter's mark, c. 1780


SOLD £100.00
A good pair of Wedgwood Jasperware pedestal ovoid vases and covers, typically sprigged in white with dancing classical ladies, the shoulders with alternating acanthus leaves and tendrils, domed cover, ball finial, mask handles, 17.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1830


est £300.00 - £400.00 (unsold)
An English caneware bamboo teapot, picked out in brown, silver metal spout, 9.5cm high, early 19th century; a Jackfield type cylindrical teapot, applied in tan with classical figures, fruit finial, 12.5cm high, 19th century (2)


SOLD £70.00
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