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Four-Day Antiques and Fine Art Sale - June 2010 [ARCHIVE]

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A 17th century Belamine brown salt glazed stoneware jug, applied with coat of arms and mask to neck, 23cm high . Condition Report: Lacking handle; chips to spout

1

est £60.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Staffordshire blue and white Lancaster pattern canted rectangular meat plate, wild rose border, 53cm wide, marked Lancaster . Condition Report: An * shaped scratch to the rim at the bottom of the plate a couple of imperfections to the glaze the base is scratched good condition generally

2

est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Sunderland pink lustre ware circular bowl, the interior with three printed panels, The Mariner's Arms, Sailors Farewell and Sunderland Bridge, the exterior with MAriners Compass and verse, 28.5cm diam, late 19th century; a 19th century copper lustre two-handled bell shaped cup, 11.5cm high; others, various (5) . Condition Report: Bowl - cracked; large jug re-glued; others ok

3

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Brampton salt glazed stoneware coffee pot and cover, triple banded central beaded girdle, acanthus scroll handle, button finial, 25cm high, late 19th century . Condition Report: Small chip to end of spout; generally good

4

est £30.00 - £50.00 (unsold)
A Mortlake salt glazed stoneware cylindrical mug, in relief with huntsman, horses and hounds at the kill, bordered in brown, greyhound loop handle, 10.5cm high, c.1825 . Condition Report: A/C Heavy hair line running through base and up one side

5

est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A comprehensive Copeland and Garnett Spode New Stone Imari dinner service, comprising two entree dishes, three sauce boats, covers and stands, large vegetable dish, cover and stand, another, smaller, large soup tureen, two others, smaller, meat plate, eight graduated serving plates, serving bowl, forty-none dinner plates, twenty-nine dessert plates, sixteen side plates, nine soup plates, each decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, printed and impressed marks, pattern 3504, c.1840

6

est £600.00 - £1000.00 (unsold)
A graduated set of three Davenport Hydra jugs, each decorated in the Imari palette, with stylised chrysanthemums, leaves and foliage, lamprey eel handles, 13.5cm high, printed marks, c.1820

8

est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A mid 18th century solid agate baluster jug, ochre, yellow and blue 'marbled' ground, reeded scroll handle, 18.5cm high, c.1760 . Condition Report: Lovely jug

11

est £300.00 - £500.00 (unsold)
An 18th Century Gres-de-Flandres salt glazed stoneware bulbous wine jar, moulded in relief with central oval panel with crowned G.R.(to represent George I or George II), in relief, the ground incised with leafy scrolls, with ribbed cylindrical neck, in manganese, 22cm high . Condition Report: Broken in half, glued back, large chip to the rim, cracks and piece missing to main body

13

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
An early 19th century Gres-de-Flandres salt glazed stoneware bulbous cup, in relief with stylised scrolls, ribbed manganese neck, loop handle, 10.5cm high

15

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A pair of Staffordshire zebras, standing to the left and right, naturalistically coloured, oval bases, applied with shredded clay, 12cm high, c.1880 . Condition Report: Usual crazing to both, one zebra has had face/muzzle broken off and reglued

18

est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
Two square tiles, in the Isnic manner, with stylised flowers and scrolls, coloured in tones of blue, red and green, 19.5cm wide . Condition Report: one with damaged corner

19

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson - a Staffordshire pearl ware bulbous jug, the ground in relief to simulate a pineapple, printed in sepia with quarter-length portrait of Nelson, the reverse with the Victory, inscribed with Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson, Vice Admiral of the White Knight of the Order of the Bath, Duke of Bronte in Sicily. Grand Cross of the Order of Ferdinand and of Merit and Knight of the Imperial Order of the Crescat (sic) below trophies of war, the borders with further trophies and scrolling foliage, ochre line-rim, 11.5cm high, early 19th century . Condition Report: The spout has a small chip to one side edge, otherwise jug is in good condition

20

est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
A Samuel Alcock & Co. baluster Royal Patriotic Fund Crimean commemorative jug, lion scrolled handle, decorated in a monochrome print with a battle ground, the verso with weeping widow, within gilded borders, 21cm high, printed mark, after original designs by George Eyre 1854, c.1855

21

est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire Pearlware figure, of lady musician, she sits in a rococo chair, playing a lute a dog on her lap, in colours, canted rectangular base, 15.5cm high, c.1790 . Condition Report: end of lute missing; small nibbles to base; minor wear to paint in places

24

est £80.00 - £120.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire salt glazed white stoneware sauce boat, moulded with foliate scrollwork over trellis and diaper reserves, with shell lip and looped handle, 7.5cm high, c.1750; an 18th century Pearlware cream boat, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda and foliage, 12.5cm wide, c.1790; etc (5)

25

est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
A Wedgwood black basalt pepper, in relief with scrolling foliage, 8.5cm high, impressed marks; two oval portrait plaques, 5.5cm high; a Staffordshire dog, standing with pup, coloured in tan, red line oval base, 9cm high, c.1880 (4) . Condition Report: the dog has a couple of cracks and a chip to the tail both ovals have a small chip to the edge the pepper is fine

26

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Wedgwood black basalt circular teapot and cover, engine turned with a band of alternate vertical lines, applied with trefoil handle, 'widow' finial, impressed Wedgwood, late 18th century; another, smaller, 12.5cm high, impressed mark (2) . Condition Report: Smaller pot - cover good end of spout restored small chip to rim larger pot - cover broken handle broken pot has section re-glued

27

est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A Wedgwood Jasper type circular stilton cheese dish and cover, in puce, typically sprigged in white with acorns, leaves and classical motifs, 25cm diam, 20th century . Condition Report: Generally ok, some crazing The lot bears no markings except an impressed '4' white sprigs with crazing, hairline crack to cover, pale maroon in colour

30

est £60.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A Pratt type Pearlware model, St. George slaying the Dragon, the saint modelled astride his horse attacking the writhing dragon, boldly decorated in blue, green, yellow, black and ochre, the dragon splashed in yellow,ochre and blue, domed base, 29cm high, late 18th century . Condition Report: Spear broken front horses leg with restoration not well done, ears missing

31

est £400.00 - £600.00 (unsold)
An 18th century Pearlware bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda, fence and willow tree, the interior with geometrical banded border, 23cm diam, c.1790; a similar circular plate, painted with foliage spray, the border in relief with swags and tendrils, 25.5cm diam, c.1790; etc (3)

32

est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
An early 19th century Pearlware oval plaque, in Pratt colours, in relief with a bull, coloured in green, brown and black, black beaded 'frame' border, 19cm wide, c.1800; another, similar, horned cow and tree, 19cm wide, c.1800 . Condition Report: A/C Cow with large chip to the back not evident to the front but visible to the side, some loss to paint. Bull some loss of paint to black frame

33

est £80.00 - £120.00 (unsold)
F R Pratt - a circular pot lid, I See You My Boy, no.311, 15cm diam, framed; others, The Best Card, no.254; Il Penseroso III, NO.33; The Sportsman, no.259; Uncle Toby, no.328; Philadelphia Exhibition 1876, no.147; The Game Bag, no.269; The Skaters, no.258; another, rectangular, War, after Wouvermann, no.212, 12cm wide, c.1850-60 (9) . Condition Report: Rectangular with a chip to verso; Sportsman chips and cracked; general crazing

34

est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
F.R.Pratt - a Pratt Ware shaped rectangular comport, the field printed after Henry Gastineau, with Llangollen, deep mustard border, printed with cherubs, acanthus scrolls and foliage, 30cm wide; two similar plates, Landscape and River Scene, 23.5cm diam, c.1860; a pair of Wedgwood shaped oval dishes, printed with pagoda and stylised flowers and scrolls, in the Imari colours, 25.5cm wide, impressed marks, c.1860 (5) . Condition Report: A/C Stand with discolouration to verso; some slight crazing overall; Wedgwood dishes with some slight discolouration

35

est £50.00 - £70.00 (unsold)
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