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Three-Day Antiques and Fine Art Sale - December 2009 [ARCHIVE]

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A Spode part dessert service, comprising fifteen circular plates, two shell shaped dishes and a two-handled shaped oval pedestal stand, each printed and painted with stylised flowers and foliage within diaper band with four vignettes each with floral sprig, the rim with fanciful birds and scrolling foliage, stand 36cm wide, impressed mark, pattern no.3088


SOLD £100.00
A large 19th century Sunderland lustre Dutch shape jug, printed in colours with The Sailors Return, the verso with The Token, or Jacks Safe Return To His True Love, the front with verse within wreath, washed in Sunderland lustre, the neck printed in monochrome with blossom, loop handle, 25.5cm high, c.1840


SOLD £280.00
A 19th century brown glazed jug, in gilt with Greek key band, bud finial, rustic loop handle, 26cm high, 19th century


SOLD £80.00
A Spode blue and white pattern Tiber pattern rounded rectangular serving plate, 263.5cm wide, c.1880


SOLD £45.00
A pair of Brampton salt glazed stoneware apothecary jars, applied with crest and banner, ochre band, 18cm high, late 19th century


SOLD £130.00
An English pottery brown salt glazed stoneware puzzle jug, inscribed Gentlemen Drink & Let Your Skin Be Tested & A Forfeit Made If Anything Be Wasted, 17.5cm high; a brown salt glazed mug, applied with huntsman, windmill and jolly topers, 13.5cm high; two Jolly Toper brown stone ware flasks, 22.5cm high (4)


SOLD £60.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware tobacco jar, in relief with jolly topers, hound handles, 9.5cm high, late 19th century


SOLD £110.00
A 19th century Brampton salt glazed stoneware barrel, applied with crest, knight and fruiting vine, 27cm high, c.1890


SOLD £100.00
A 19th century Staffordshire Toby jug and cover, he sits, wearing a tricorn hat and holding a clay pipe and a foaming quart of ale, scroll capped handle, canted square base, 24 cm high (faults)


SOLD £35.00
A Staffordshire model of a dalmation, painted features, gilt line border, cobalt blue oval base, 12.5 cm high, c. 1880


SOLD £45.00
A mid 19th century miniature mug, printed in monochrome, For My Dear Boy, within canted rectangular cartouche and scrolling vine, 5cm high, c.1840


SOLD £160.00
A Davenport white felspathic stoneware miniature mug, The Kill, blue banded border, 6cm high, impressed mark, c.1830; etc (3)


SOLD £45.00
A 19th century pearl ware leaf shaped pickle dish, transfer printed in blue with the Willow pattern, 13.5cm wide, early 19th century; another (3)


SOLD £60.00
An early 19th century ovoid jug, printed with the crest for Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Amor, Honor, Justitia, and inscribed May We Never Feel Want Nor Never Want Feeling, initialed R.L. 1823, deep neck in Sunderland lustre and stylised flowers, scroll handle, 16cm high, early 19th century


SOLD £110.00
An English pottery ovoid jug, decorated with two oval cartouches containing colourful summer flowers on an apple green ground, applied in gilt with scrolling foliage, gilt banded borders, scroll handles, 23cm high, dated 1869


SOLD £110.00
A Leeds creamware custard cup, domed cover, ball finial, loop handle, early 19th century


SOLD £110.00
**MR HAWKER TO COLLECT 2010 - IN ROLLER CUPBOARDS UPSTAIRS**F & R Pratt - a Pratt Ware mug, The Jolly Topers, mug, apple green ground, 12cm high, no.406; another, The Windmill, turquoise ground, angular handle, 10.5cm high, printed mark, c.1860 (2)


SOLD £30.00
F & R Pratt - a Pratt Ware pot lid, Wimbledon, July 1860, 15cm diam, framed, no.223; others, The Enthusiast, no.245; Persuasion, no.353; The Late Prince Consort, no.`53; THe Swing, no.239; etc; c.1860 (6)


SOLD £110.00
An 18th century Delft circular plate, painted in blue with a tree, leafy scrolls and a fence, 23cm diam. c.1780


SOLD £20.00
An 18th century ovoid costrel/harvest jug, two triangular shoulders to handles, 15cm high


SOLD £40.00
A pair of Staffordshire cow creamers, glazed overall in manganese, picked out in gilt, oval bases, 12.5cm high, mid 19th century


SOLD £85.00
An early 20th century Wedgwood Peony pattern SYP (Simple Yet Perfect) teapot, modelled as a Sarum Kettle, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling flowers and foliage, 19.5cm high, impressed Trade Patent SYP teapot Mark, Chiswick, London


SOLD £60.00
A 19th century Staffordshire Marriage jug, inscribed in black J Knight and M Illsley, married June 21st 1861, May You Be Happy Contented in Mind Always Have Plenty and Peace Ever Find, printed in monochrome with the Farmers Arms, orange border and spout and printed with ribbon and scrolling foliage, scroll handle, 22.5cm high, c.1860


SOLD £75.00
A 19th century Derbyshire buff coloured salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug, typically sprigged with a hunt, flowers and foliage, greyhound handle, 18 cm high


SOLD £100.00
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