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Three-Day Antiques and Fine Art Sale March 2011 [ARCHIVE]

Lots per page: 24
Lots 3 to 37     Page 1 of 58
An 18th century Leeds Creamware baluster jug, painted in colours with roses, other flowers and foliage, entwined reed handles, 14.5cm high, c.1780

3

SOLD £190.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware baluster coffee pot and cover, in relief with hounds and hare, rose, thistle and clover sprigs, domed cover, button final, 23cm high, late 19th century

4

SOLD £120.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware baluster leech jar, knop finial, domed cover, leaf moulded handles to sides, 43cm high, early 19th century

5

SOLD £170.00
An early 20th century brown salt glazed stoneware water Puifying company water filter

6A

SOLD £45.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware fluted two-handled sugar bowl, 14.5cm high, impressed S & H Briddon; a 19th century brown salt glazed dog bowl, in relief with sprays of flowers and foliage, 19cm diam; a similar spitoon, the sides in relief with scrolling vine, 19cm diam, late 19th century

7

SOLD £110.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware two-handled loving cup, the thistle shaped bowl inscribed with verse and William & Mary Sevenson, Nov 20th 1829, reeded scroll handles, 26.5cm high, first quarter of 19th century

9

SOLD £290.00
A Brampton brown saltglazed stoneware basket, in relief with stiff leaves and flowering stems, 12cm diam, late 19th century

10

SOLD £170.00
A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware shoe, 11.5cm long, late 19th century

11

SOLD £260.00
A Brampton brown saltglazed stoneware three-handled tyg, in relief with jolly topers, huntsmen and hounds, greyhound handles, inscribed F H Whymper July 10th 1872, 16.5cm high, late 19th century

12

SOLD £100.00
A George IV Sunderland Lustre cylindrical christening mug, inscribed William Graham, Born 24th December 1829, with sailing galleon and verse, scroll handle, 9.5cm high, c.1829

14

SOLD £105.00
A Gustafsberg Elephant pattern oval meat plate, printed in underglaze blue with elephant and keeper in a pseudo-Chinese garden, floral border, 48cm wide, impressed mark, c.1860; another; others, smaller, 43cm wide (4)

15

SOLD £140.00
A 20th century Sampson Smith Toby jug and cover, he sits crossed legged, holding a jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat, cobalt blue jacket and yellow breeches, 20cm high, c.1880

16

SOLD £70.00
A Mintons majolica Chinaman teapot, modelled as a portly seated Oriental, grasping a mask from which protrudes the spout, his head as the cover, rope-twist handle, 16cm. high, impressed Mintons, 1838 with datecode for 1875

19

SOLD £620.00
A Wedgwood majolica oyster dish, with six apertures, in relief with fish, scale ground, coloured in green, brown and ochre, 18.5cm diam, impressed marks, c.1880

20

SOLD £140.00
A Wedgwood caneware pie dish liner, cover and detachable rim, the cover in relief with stiff leaves and strapwork, impressed mark, 23cm diam, fourth quarter of 19th century

21

SOLD £170.00
A Staffordshire white salt-glazed stoneware guglet, long flared neck, 22.5cm high, c.1760

22

SOLD £90.00
A Turner white stoneware jug, in relief with putti encouraging a goat, the verso with angels holding a cornucopia and mirror, below a foliate scroll border, angular handle, 17cm high, c.1790

23

SOLD £70.00
A Charles Meigh buff coloured Apostle/Minster jugs, of Gothic design, in relief with apostles standing in arches, angular handle, pewter hinged cover, 25cm high, c.1845; another, in relief with mother and child, 23cm high, c.1850; a globular teapot, applied with fruiting cornucopias and vine, inscribed W.R. Hulley, Pilsley, 16.5cm high, c.1850; etc (4)

24

SOLD £160.00
A Staffordshire Pratt-type model, of a hound, seated on a cushion, spotted in tones of brown, 8cm high, c.1800

27

SOLD £260.00
A Staffordshire figure, Widow, seated wearing flowing robes, holding sticks, a scantily draped child at her side, square titled base, 26cm high, early 20th century

28

SOLD £75.00
A 19th century Sunderland lustre two-handled cylindrical jar and cover, printed with compass and verse, the domed cover with three red and green cartouches, 14cm diam, c.1860

29

SOLD £80.00
A Staffordshire Pratt Ware jug, in relief with fox chased by an angry farmer, coloured in tones of ochre, brown, blue and green, 15.5cm high, c.1800

30

SOLD £75.00
A pair of Samuel Parr type Staffordshire cow groups, modelled as a milkmaid and cowherd, resting against their cows by a stream, sparsely decorated, picked out in gilt, 24.5cm high, c.1870

36

SOLD £55.00
A pair of Staffordshire figures, Harvesters, both standing holding bundles of corn, picked out in pink and yellow, gilt lined oval bases, 35cm high, c.1880

37

SOLD £45.00
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