CERAMICS GALLERY

 

A pair of 12" 19th Century bohemian cobalt blue and white cameo glass baluster vases, with flared rims and gilt detailing.  Sold for £640.

 

 

A 9½" square Ottoman Era Iznik fritware pottery tile with green parrots flanking a pedestal fountain with foliate scrolls - circa 1580's - 90's. Sold for £155,000

 

A 12" diameter early 20th Century Copenhagen white ice glazed ceramic frozen pool pattern pot-pourri bowl, with crouching Polar bear to top - signed and dated 1923. Sold for £900.

 

A collection of early 21st Century studio pottery items by Amanda Popham.

Sold for £900.

 

Six Victorian green glass dump weight with internal sulphides - dog, hand and Classical figures. Sold for £455.

 

A 12½" 19th Century George Jones style English majolica cheese cloche and base, with bulrush and water lily decoration - repair to knop.

Sold for £700.

 

An 8¼ English Delft (Bristol) octagonal plate, inscribed "Joanna James 1735 and with willow pattern style decoration.  Sold for £1,150.

 

A set of four cylindrical apothecary's jars, with gilt domed tops and printed and gilded name cartouches. Sold for £500.

 

A Wedgwood, Burslem Ferdinand the Bull “Taurus”, with houses of the Zodiac design, by Alfred Machin and Eric Ravilious.

Sold for £320.

Three 18th Century Meissen puce ware items, comprising 6" baluster chocolate pot, 10" coffee pot and 4" teapot, with farmyard and wildfowl decoration.

Sold for £460.

 

A large Lladro figure group entitled "The Ride" with family in horse-drawn carriage - with display cards.

Sold for £800.

 

A 9 1/8" Loetz Phaenomen Genre tapered glass vase with blue iridescent banded decoration and wide flared rim, with milled pontil to base.

Sold for £2,600.

 

A 17" late 19th Century Aller Vale glazed terracotta ewer with stylised tulip and floral scroll decoration - slight glaze loss to foot.

Sold for £310.

 

A 4½" 18th Century Chinese export tankard decorated with famille rose enamelled Mandarin court figures within a blue and white bordered reserve panel, with smaller reserve panels to rear.

Sold for £220.

 

 

A pair of 5" 19th Century tankards with famille rose figures in garden decoration, with lattice handles.

Sold for £330.

 

A Flight Barr & Barr Period Worcester egg cruet, with six egg cups, circular stand and floral sprig decoration.

Sold for £520.

 

A 15" Oriental enamelled pottery figure of an Immortal, with stave and decorative dress.

Sold for £600.

 

A 7" Morris Ware vase in the shape of a mushroom by George Cartlidge, with purple poppy decoration on teal ground - C.8.10

Sold for £450.

 

Three 19th Century Meissen figures, comprising winged girl with fan, cherub musician (a/f) and courting couple group - various condition.

Sold for £1,240.

A 10" Clarice Cliff Lotus jug decorated with Forrest Glen pattern and streaked orange ground.

Sold for £380.

 

A 12" Beswick Fireside Fox - 2348.

Sold for £300.

 

A 12" 19th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain vase with flared rim and bulbous centre, bearing Kangzi marks to base.

Sold for £410.

 

A Minton's Majolica bamboo trunk pattern vase with two playful monkeys and beetle perching on a branch - Reg Diamond 1872.

Sold for £1,300.

 

An 11" diameter 1920's Wedgwood Dragon Ware lustre dished plate, with cross-hatched and cartouche border.

Sold for £260.

 

A 11 3/4" Moorcroft table lamp, flambé with tube lined fuchsia decoration.

Sold for £300.

 

A 1914 W. Moorcroft three piece tea set of square bulbous design with Red Cap Boletus mushrooms on mottled green ground, Claremont Pattern - (teapot handle restored and sugar bowl handle glued).

Sold for £3,000.

A boxed 14" Moorcroft South Pacific Slender bulbous vase, by Sian Leeper - 20/300 -2001.

Sold for £460.

 

Royal Doulton figures of King Henry VIII and his six wives, all numbered from a Limited Series of 9,500 - complete with all certificates and related paperwork.

Sold for £1,100.

A pair of 18th/19th Century Chelsea Derby gold anchor cabinet plates decorated with a central exotic bird within a pink, blue and  gilt feather patterned border.

Sold for £1,250.

A pair of 19th Century Sevres plates decorated with sprays of flowers having opposing  gilt borders.

Sold for £410.

A Royal Doulton green glazed model of a Rhinoceros, HN.141.

Sold for £500

 

Two Royal Worcester plates with painted fruit decoration, by Horace Price.

Sold for £420.

A pair of 19th Century Continental plates having decorative classical scenes, edged with pink ground borders.

Sold for £420.

A Royal Worcester fruit bowl with painted apples, grapes and foliage – signed H. Price.

Sold for £420.

 

A Royal Worcester Reticulated Tea Cup and Saucer, with gilt, jewelled, green, pink and red enamel decoration.

Sold for £760.

A large and impressive earthenware Greek style decorative vase hand painted with a scene of ruins with volcano beyond, all within a decorative border.

Sold for £1,100.

 

A Beswick model group of a pair of Partridges and a Beswick model group of a pair of Grouse.

Sold for £350 and £370.

A Moorcroft Pottery two handled bulbous vase decorated with toadstools on a matt beige ground.

Sold for £500.

A Royal Worcester vase with painted fruit decoration by Sibley Lewis.

Sold for £400.

A 21" high 1960's Daum clear art glass "Sail" on textured base, engraved mark.

Sold for £270.

A tall slender Moorcroft Pottery Florian Ware vase decorated in the blue poppy pattern on a white ground.

Sold for £1,150.

A Sevres porcelain part tea service, having powder blue ground with central picture panels of a courting couple and opposing landscape scene within an ornate gilt border, blue mark to base and including tea pot, sugar, six cups, nine saucers, ten side plates and two cake plates.

Sold for £470.

A 17th Century German Bellarmine salt glaze jug moulded with a mask above an oval floral boss with all-over tiger glaze.

Sold for £340.

 

A 19th Century Meissen lidded vase, having snake woven handles, the lid edged with gilt and pierced frieze, with enamelled decorative scenes, standing on pedestal base.

Sold for £400.

An Oriental blue and white bottle vase decorated with various figures.

Sold for £210.

A Royal Worcester cabinet plate hand painted by H. Stinton, Highland Cattle Scene, signed.

Sold for £290.

A Foley Intarsio three lobed planter decorated with a continuous band of fish, designed by Frank Rhead.

Sold for £620.

Two gilt decorated late Meissen plates, one with floral spray cartouche panel to centre, both with blue ground reserve panels.

Sold for £300.

A late 19th Century Limoges wall plate with maidens by a river waterfall decoration - original label to reverse.

Sold for £160.

An 8" mauve glass R. Lalique, France, dragonfly pattern car bonnet mascot - a/f.

Sold for £800.

A Santa Gertrudis Bull, Royal Worcester 1961, modelled by Doris Lindner - with Certificate.

Sold for £300.

A 21" Continental art glass vase with spiral marbled decoration and “Jack in the pulpit” pattern rim.

Sold for £320.

 

An Art Deco Rosenthal "Pierrot" figurine, circa 1927, signed D. Charol.

Sold for £350.

A Parian ware figurine, The Abyssinian Slave after John Bell, September 1868, on a glazed base, unmarked but probably Copeland.

Sold for £310.