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Three-Day Antiques and Fine Art Sale - March 2010 [ARCHIVE]

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A Victorian brown salt glaze stoneware flask, in relief with profile of Queen Victoria, the verso with Prince Albert, within flowerhead border, 21cm high, c.1840 . Condition Report: Hair line running across Victoria and down side


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Brampton brown salt glaze stone ware jug, the rounded body in relief with three gentlemen's heads and four stylised trees, greyhound loop handle, 16cm high


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Brampton brown salt glaze stone ware jug


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Brampton brown salt glaze stone ware spirit-barrel, of cylindrical form, decorated in relief with a heraldic crest below a vacant scroll cartouche and surrounded by fruit, flowers and foliage, 22cm high


est £50.00 - £70.00 (unsold)
A 19th century Brampton brown salt glaze stone ware tobacco jar and cover, of cylindrical form decorated in relief with men, horses and hounds hunting, below gentlemen drinking in a stylised landscape, 17.5cm high


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A 19th century brown salt glaze stoneware novelty flask, for Corn Laws, in the form of a pistol, chequered grip, applied banner inscribed Repeal, 25.5cm long, c.1830 . Condition Report: trigger and cock lacking


est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A Derbyshire, possibly Brampton, brown salt glaze stoneware model, of a recumbent lion, rectangular base, 18.5cm wide, c.1820/30 . Condition Report: NIce example slight fire crack, otherwise good


est £120.00 - £180.00 (unsold)
A Lambeth circular colander or cress-bowl, the convex interior pierced with concentric holes painted in blue with bands of leaves, stylized flowers and tendrils, the exterior with leafy scrolls, 23cm diam,.c.1760 . Condition Report: Some old restorations


est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware model, of a recumbent dog, shaped oval stepped base, 22.5cm wide, c.1820/30 . Condition Report: Heavy firing cracks, down front of chest and four across the base, one down spine of haunches but still a lovely example


est £80.00 - £120.00 (unsold)
A Derbyshire brown salt glaze stoneware novelty inkwell, as a man, his open mouth as the well, 5cm high, c.1830 . Condition Report: The underside has a large thin piece chipped away, there is a small chip to the side of the head and underside of nose


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A late 18th century novelty Cream Ware hen whistle, coloured in ochre and mustard, 7.25cm high, c.1790


est £200.00 - £300.00 (unsold)
An English creamware circular plate, the centre decorated in colours, 'Dr Syntax Setting Out For London', the border moulded with a band of flowers, 22.5cm diam, c.1820 . Condition Report: Blck very faded and lots of scratches


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Leeds creamware ogee shaped tureen and cover, moulded in relief with basket weave, domed cover, bud finial, two scroll handles, 27cm high, early 19th century . Condition Report: Cover broken and re-glued


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A Mason's Ironstone Hydra jug, printed in the Imari palette with stylised flowers and foliage, in iron-red and cobalt blue, lamprey eel handle, 20cm high, c.1840; an Ashworth Ironstone jug, printed with canted cartouche with oriental precious objects and chrysanthemums, on an emerald ground, with gilt swags and tendrils, domed hinged cover, faux bamboo handle, 23.5cm high, printed mark (2) . Condition Report: Generally good, some minor wear to gilding


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A Measham bargeware teapot, applied with stylised flowers, birds and foliage, inscribed A present to Emily from Uncle Bernard, domed cover, teapot finial, scroll handle, 38cm high, c.1880


est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A late Medieval English encaustic tile, the red clay decorated in yellow with shield crest, 14cm x 13.4cm; another, glazed in brown and inlaid in yellow, 13cm square; another, smaller, 10.5cm square (3) . Condition Report: First tile with large chip to corner; next with various chips and loss to decoration; third nibbled


est £60.00 - £100.00 (unsold)
A pair of Victorian shaped circular plates, in relief with leaves, green glaze, 18cm diam, c.1860 . Condition Report: Good small chips to edges


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A set of three Scottish octagonal nursery plates, printed in monochrome with Symptoms of Going it in Style, Symptoms of Grave-Digging and Symptoms of Angling, each with comical scenes OF steam engines helping in tasks, the borders moulded in relief with floral roundels, 14cm diam, 19th century . Condition Report: Grave Digging with small glaze chip


est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
A set of three Staffordshire barrels, banded in marron, Whisky, Gin and Rum, brass taps, 20.5cm high; a Sherry tag, 12cm wide (4)


est £50.00 - £80.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire circular cheese stand base, in relief with convolvulus and fence, in tones of lilac, green and brown, the base in mottled green and brown, lilac and yellow border, 24cm diam, c.1880; a Continental majolica disc jug, applied with blue flowerheads on a brown ground, mustard border, mask to spout, loop handle, 27.5cm high (2) . Condition Report: Chip to plate; jug good


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire Imari Gaudy Welsh circular plate, decorated with stylised jardiniere, leaves and foliage, panelled border, 20.5cm diam, c.1850


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire octagonal pottery child's plate, printed to centre in monochrome with St Paul's, London, the rim in relief with flowerheads and scroll in colours, 18cm wide, c.1840; a Staffordshire porcelain fluted circular dish, Prince of Wales, printed in puce, ribbon border, 14cm diam, 19th century (2) . Condition Report: some chip; crazed


est £50.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
A Staffordshire oval footbath, banded girdle, moulded shell handles, printed in blue with peonies, flowers, bamboo and scrolls, 52cm wide, printed mark Semi China, c.1840 . Condition Report: Generally good, small star crack to base


est £300.00 - £400.00 (unsold)
An 18th century tin glazed tile, decorated in underglaze blue with figure and long gun, 12.5cm square; others, various (7)


est £40.00 - £60.00 (unsold)
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