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Two Day Antique and Fine Art Sale - December 2005 [ARCHIVE]

Lots per page: 24
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A Spode blue and white Indian Sporting series shaped circular plate, Death of the Bear, the border with tiger, bear, hog and stork in landscape, 25cm diam, impressed mark and titled in blue; a similar footed plate, Driving the Bear out of the Sugar Cane, 29cm diam, printed and impressed mark (2) (see illustration) See: Coysh and Henrywood, p.187 The Indian Sporting Series plates were based on coloured engravings drawings by Samuel Howitt in Capt. Thomas Williamson's Oriental Field Sports, Wild Sports of the East, published by Edward Orme in 1807


SOLD £520.00
A Spode blue and white circular footed plate, printed with figures driving a long horned ox before ruins, 29cm diam, c.1860 (see illustration)


SOLD £65.00
A Spode blue and white shaped circular plate, printed with peacocks and blossoming prunus branches, the border with shaped reserves of flowers and scrolls, 25cm diam, impressed mark; another, printed with moth and large flowerheads, the border with panels of stylised flowers, 24cm diam; etc (4)


SOLD £45.00
A Spode blue and white shaped oval plate, printed with a sailing boat entering the harbour, the border with rhino, cattle and figures riding an elephant, 19cm wide, impressed mark; a Leeds pottery shaped circular plate, printed with figures in a rowing boat before waterfall and ruin, the border with buildings, willow trees and foliage, 19cm diam, c.1860 (2)


SOLD £100.00
A Staffordshire blue and white shaped oval plate, English landscape with figure in rowing boat, 37cm wide; others, various sizes, late 19th century (4)


SOLD £160.00
A Staffordshire bourdalou, printed in underglaze blue with an English Church, figure and cottage, the interior with scroll and trellis border, loop handle, 22cm wide, c.1860 (see illustration)


SOLD £200.00
A Victorian Staffordshire Flow Blue baluster jug printed with flowers and foliage, 22cm high; a similar wrythen moulded bowl, decorated with trailing foliage, picked out in gilt, 23.5cm diam, c.1880 (2)


SOLD £80.00
A 19th century blue and white baluster coffee pot, lofty spire finial, printed with an English cottage in woodland setting, the verso with castle and bridge, 27cm high; a similar teapot and cover, printed with pagodas, willow trees and rock work, domed cover, button finial, 18.5cm high; a similar sauce boat, angular handle, 15.5cm wide, all 19th century (3); etc


SOLD £100.00
A Bridgwood and Sons Pekin pattern dinner service, each decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowerheads and scrolls, comprising five graduated meat plates, two vegetable tureens and covers, two sauce tureens, covers and stands, twelve 19.5cm plates, ten 24.5cm plates, twelve 26.5cm plates, printed mark, c.1890 (some faults)


SOLD £150.00
A Spode blue and white oval platter, printed with chinoiserie scene, pierced basket weave border, 23cm wide; an Adams shaped circular plate, printed with classical ruins and figures minding cattle, the border with alternating scenes of classical buildings and watching the cattle, 20cm diam; a similar shaped oval plate, 24cm wide, c.1860 (3)


SOLD £80.00
A Spode blue and white two-handled tureen and cover, printed with river and bridges and figures fishing, deep wild rose border, 39cm wide, impressed mark; a pair of canted rectangular Mason Ironstone tureens and covers, printed with flowers and scrolls, 15.5cm wide, impressed and printed marks (3)


SOLD £340.00
A pair of Enoch Wood Georgian pattern circular chargers, printed in blue with figures by a ruin within octagonal cartouche, the ground with scrolling foliage, leaves and scrolls, 32cm diam, printed marks


SOLD £55.00
A pair of Victorian majolica water-lily pad plates, in relief, coloured in white and green, with central flowerhead, 19.5cm diam, c.1880


SOLD £50.00
An English majolica teapot and cover, as a conker, glazed in yellow, rustic loop handle, spout and feet, 18cm high, late 19th century


SOLD £60.00
A late 19th century majolica ovoid jug, in relief with birds and foliage, in black, white and green, on a mottled brown and green ground, angular branch effect handle, 24cm high, c.1890


SOLD £50.00
A Victorian majolica Chinaman teapot and cover, the Chinaman clinging to the side of an oversize melon, wearing a cobalt blue cloak, rustic loop handle and spout, 15cm high, c.1880


SOLD £450.00
A Victorian majolica teapot and cover, in relief with two circular faces and moulded leaves overall, coloured in mottled tones of yellow, green and brown, 15.5cm high, c.1890


SOLD £140.00
A late 19th century majolica stilton dish and cover, boldly applied with leaves and buds on a mottled brown ground, rope effect handle entwined with ivy, the base with leafy sprigs, 28cm diam, c.1880 (handle with repair) (see illustration)


SOLD £150.00
A Brampton novelty square tobacco jar and cover, in the form of a cottage, the roof in a dripped brown glaze, 16cm high; another, cylindrical, applied in white with jolly topers, acanthus leaf scrolls and banner inscribed William Wright, domed cover, taper stick finial, 13.5cm high, late 19th century (2)


SOLD £160.00
A Brampton salt glazed stoneware baluster coffee pot and cover, applied with pheasant and hare running beneath floral roundel and scrolls, domed cover, scroll handle, 22cm high, late 19th century


SOLD £65.00
A Brampton salt glazed stoneware novelty spill holder, of a monkey wearing a cap, seated holding a jar, shaped oval bark effect base, 26cm high, late 19th century


SOLD £90.00
A Cauldron wash set, comprising wash jug, two bowls, slop bucket with wicker loop handle, small water jug, two soap bowls and drainers, large soap bowl and drainer and toothbrush holder, each printed and painted with scattered roses, gilt line borders, large water jug 33cm high, printed mark


SOLD £160.00
A Creamware globular teapot and cover, decorated possibly in the workshop of David Rhodes, with a gentleman holding a shot gun, trees, fence and buildings, in iron-red, green, brown and yellow, bordered in purple, 15cm high, c.1880 (see illustration)


SOLD £920.00
An 18th century ovoid jug, inscribed in silver lustre Robert and Ann Lakin, Born April 16 1750, Married 1768 Aster (sic) Monday, Time How Short Eternity, How Long, 14cm high (chip to spout)


SOLD £55.00
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