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Tuesday, March 29 2011

Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables

Viewing Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 12pm-4pm, Monday 10am-7pm immediately prior to sale. Open on mornings of sale (Tuesday and Wednesday) from 8.30am until 10am for viewing. Sale starts promptly at 10am each day. Please remember that if you want to leave a commission bid or bid by telephone we need all instructions by Monday 6.30pm before sale.

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Lot 1 SOLD FOR: £ 1500

A good Charles Vyse pottery figure - "The Daffodil Woman" - standing figure of woman wearing full length green and blue striped and orange shawl, on octagonal base, 10.25ins high (introduced 1923 - painted mark in blue with monogram "CV" and "Chelsea" and dated 1925), on ebonised rectangular plinth base

Guide Price: £1500-2000

Lot 2 SOLD FOR: £ 2300

A good Charles Vyse pottery figure - "The Cinneraria Boy" - standing figure of a young man wearing a check jacket and herringbone trousers holding a bunch of blue cinneraria, on octagonal base, 10.5ins high (introduced 1923 - painted mark in blue with monogram "CV" and worded "Chelsea" and dated 1925), on ebonised rectangular plinth base

Guide Price: £1500-2000

Lot 3 SOLD FOR: £ 3400

A good Charles Vyse pottery figure - "The Windmill Woman" - standing figure of middle aged woman wearing a yellow full length dress and plaid shawl, carrying a basket of multi coloured windmills, on rectangular base, 9ins high (introduced 1924 - painted mark in blue with monogram "CV" and worded "Chelsea" and dated 1925), on ebonised rectangular plinth base

Guide Price: £1500-2000

Lot 4 SOLD FOR: £ 920

A late 18th/early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware figure of a lion, on moulded oval base, 7.25ins overall x 5.5ins high

Guide Price: £800-1200

Lot 5

A late 18th/early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware figure - "Plenty" - Seated figure of a putti with bocage, 5.75ins high (slight damage)

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 6 SOLD FOR: £ 190

A late 18th/early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware figure - "Village Girl" - Seated figure reading, 6.5ins high

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 7 SOLD FOR: £ 300

A late 18th/early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware "Cottage" pattern money box modelled with a figure to each side and a face appearing at the top window, 5ins high

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 9 SOLD FOR: £ 110

A 19th Century Staffordshire blue and white pearlware rectangular meat plate, the centre panel printed with chinoiserie lake scene, 18.75ins x 14ins

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 10 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A Royal Worcester "Blush Ivory" porcelain two-handled bulbous vase enamelled in colours with flowers, 9.5ins high (green printed mark, date code for 1902, and shape No. 3022 to base - lacking lid and rubbed to rim)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 11 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A pair of Royal Crown Derby bone china "Imarii" pattern miniature scuttles, 3.25ins high, two ditto miniature vases and a ditto part tea service comprising - four teacups and four saucers

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 12 SOLD FOR: £ 110

A Royal Crown Derby bone china miniature scuttle decorated with an "Imari" pattern, 3.25ins high (red printed mark and date code for 1917 and pattern No. 1128 to base), and a ditto helmet pattern scuttle, 2.75ins high (red printed mark and date code for 1914 and pattern No. 6299 to base)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 13 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire pottery spill vases - milking cows, 5.75ins high (damaged), five other Staffordshire pottery spill vases, and two other figures various

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 14 SOLD FOR: £ 500

A pair of Royal Crown Derby bone china "Old Imari" pattern ewers, 10.5ins high (with red printed marks to bases and date codes for 1979 and 1982, and pattern No. 1128)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 15

Two modern Spode bone china "The Maritime England Plates" - No. 5 - "The Battle of Camperdown 1797", and No. 6 - "The Taking of Port Bello 1739", each 9.5ins diameter and No. 1475 of 2000, and two ditto plates - "Great Explorers", No. 356 of 2000, and "The Armada leaving Ferrol 1588", No. 949 of 2000, each 9.25ins diameter

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 16 SOLD FOR: £ 160

A Royal Worcester porcelain rectangular pin tray painted by Freeman with floral spray, 4.5ins x 3.25ins (puce mark and date code for 1935), and a ditto vase of bulbous squat form painted with apples and grapes, 3.25ins high (black printed mark and shape No. 2491 to base)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 17 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A Royal Worcester bone china vase painted by Freeman with floral spray, 3ins high (black printed mark, date code for 1952, and shape No. 2491), and a ditto "Blush Ivory" porcelain jug painted with flowers, 4.25ins high (puce mark with date code for 1896, shape No. 1094 and registration No. 29115)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 18 SOLD FOR: £ 200

A pair of Royal Crown Derby bone china cylindrical vases decorated with an "Imari" design, 4.25ins high (red printed mark with date codes for 1914 and 1915, and pattern No. 12521128)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 19 SOLD FOR: £ 230

A Worcester porcelain square plate in the 18th Century manner enamelled by George Johnson with exotic birds and butterflies within shaped panels on a blue scale and gilt decorated ground, 9.5ins square (blue printed mark and date code for 1912 and red printed No. 2525)

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 20 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A Copeland Spode green, white and buff glazed pottery whisky decanter commemorating the Coronation of George V and Queen Mary, 8.25ins high, and a ditto beaker commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 1897, 4ins high (brown printed marks to base)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 21

Two Gres de Flandres stoneware two-handled flasks, each moulded in relief with a blindfolded figure of "Justice" within strapwork ornament, 15.75ins high (handle of one repaired and flake chip to rim)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 22 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A pair of Copeland 'Spode Florentine" pattern blue and white pottery vases with bulbous moulded bodies, 11ins high (blue printed mark to base)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 23 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A 19th Century Masons Ironstone two handled bowl printed and painted in an "Oriental" manner, 11.5ins diameter x 6.75ins high (impressed and printed mark in puce to base)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 24 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A Minton & Boyle felspar porcelain cup and saucer printed and decorated in colours with floral sprays within red, blue and gilt borders (printed mark and No. 3601 to base), and a selection of Staffordshire trios and teawares, various

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 25 SOLD FOR: £ 250

An 18th Century Worcester blue and white porcelain circular basket printed with "Pine Cone" pattern, 6.5ins diameter x 3ins high (crescent mark in underglaze blue to base)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 26

An 18th Century Worcester blue and white porcelain coffee can, the fluted body printed with chinoiserie pattern, 3ins high (crescent mark in underglaze blue to base - one small chip and some minor fritting to footrim)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 27 SOLD FOR: £ 190

Two 18th Century Worcester blue and white porcelain plates with scalloped edge and printed with "Pine Cone" pattern, each 7ins diameter(crescent mark in underglazed blue to base)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 28

An 18th Century Staffordshire blue and white pearlware one handled circular egg strainer printed with flowers, 3.5ins diameter (two small chips to rim)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 29

A 19th Century majolica owl pattern jug, 6.5ins high (chip and hairline crack to rim)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 30 SOLD FOR: £ 960

An 18th Century Worcester blue and white porcelain octagonal stand of Chinese design, decorated to centre with pastoral landscape, 11.5ins x 8ins (c.1755 - chipped to rim)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 31 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A 19th Century enamelled porcelain rectangular plaque - Still life scene with dead game, 12ins x 9.5ins, in gilt frame (slightly rubbed and frame damaged)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 32 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A pair of late 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figures of seated spaniels with brown feathered splashed decoration, 10ins high (cracked), a pair of ditto spaniels with copper lustre spot decoration, 6.5ins high, two Staffordshire pottery figures of recumbent sheep, each 2.5ins high, two Staffordshire pottery figures - "Garibaldi", 10ins high, and a Shepherdess with two sheep, 11ins high (both damaged)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 33

Two 19th Century Sunderland lustre pottery bulbous jugs moulded in relief with Pointers, fruiting vines and decorated with a pink lustre, 6ins high and 5ins high, two 19th Century Staffordshire pottery bulbous jugs decorated with chinoiseries, 5.5ins and 4.5ins high (one damaged) and three other jugs various

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 34 SOLD FOR: £ 130

A Shelley porcelain tea service of "Regent" shape decorated with blue irises, comprising - six cups, six saucers, six plates, two-handled bread and butter dish, milk jug and sugar basin (21 pieces - green printed mark to base and red paint No. W12384E - two with hairline cracks)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 35

An Adams blue Jasperware circular bowl with plated rim and decorated in white with a hunting scene, 11ins diameter x 4.75ins high (impressed mark to base), a Wedgwood blue Jasperware pillar candlestick, 9ins high, a ditto two-handled sugar basin and milk jug with silver mounts, hallmarked 1904 and 1905, and a Dudson Bros blue and white biscuit barrel with plated mounts, 6.75ins high (impressed mark to base)

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 36 SOLD FOR: £ 220

A Royal Doulton pottery "The Coppice" pattern dinner service (D5803) comprising - six 10.25ins dinner plates, six 8.5ins dessert plates, six 6.5ins side plates, two circular tureens and covers, three oval meat places of graduating sizes, sauce boat and three 4ins dishes (27 pieces)

Guide Price: £200-250

Lot 37

A pair of modern Spode bone china "Regency White" cylindrical vases, each painted with a floral spray on a white and gilt ground, 5ins high (black printed marks to base), and a Spode bone china "Chelsea Bird" pattern two-handled cup, cover and saucer (Y8555 - M)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 38 SOLD FOR: £ 160

A pair of modern Spode bone china two-handled cups, covers and saucers - "The Nelson Cup", No. 128 of 500, and "The Lady Hamilton Cup", No. 99 of 500 (red and black printed marks to bases), and one other ditto cup and saucer - "The Ark Royal Flagship of the English Fleet at the time of the Armada - 1588" (red, black and gilt marks to base)

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 39 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A Wedgwood bone china "The Kentucky Derby Bowl", 9.5ins diameter x 4.25ins high (limited edition of 1142 - slightly faded)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 40 SOLD FOR: £ 80

A Royal Crown Derby porcelain "Osborne" pattern part tea service comprising - nine cups, ten saucers, ten 8ins plates, two 9ins plates, and one oval plate, 13.5ins x 11ins (impressed and red painted mark and date code for 1889 to back - 32 pieces)

Guide Price: £50-70

Lot 41

A Copeland Late Spode pottery part dinner service decorated with birds perched on flowering branches comprising - eleven 9ins plates, one 7.5ins plate, one 5.25ins plate, two 8.5ins square dishes, oval dish 11.75ins x 8ins, and crescent shaped dish 9.5ins x 5.5ins (impressed and brown printed mark to back) and two ditto 7.25ins plates (green printed marks to backs), a ditto "Landscape" pattern soup plate, 10.5ins diameter, and a Spode Copeland powder blue glaze square dish, 8.5ins square

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 42 SOLD FOR: £ 230

A large selection of Royal Doulton bone china "Coaching Series" teawares, comprising - six cups, twelve saucers, six 8ins plates, six 7ins plates, six 6.5ins plates, seven 5.25ins plates, six 6.5ins octagonal fruit bowls, oval bowl 11.25ins x 8.5ins, two oval bowls, 11ins x 8.25ins, two circular dishes 7.75ins diameter, two rectangular two-handled sandwich plates, 14.5ins x 6.25ins and 11ins x 5ins (broken), rectangular dish 8.5ins x 7.25ins, square four division hors d'oeuvre dish, 10ins square, two oval butter dishes, 5.57ins x 4.75ins, oval sugar bowl, three various jugs, and two circular two-handled plates, 9ins diameter (66 pieces)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 43 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A Maling pottery jardiniere of lobed outline and decorated with primrose border on a green ground, 9.5ins x 7.5ins x 4ins high (black printed mark and No. 6402 to base), a ditto plate with garland border, 11.25ins high (black printed mark and No. 6450), and a selection of other Maling pottery, various

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 44

A Maling pottery oval jardiniere decorated with "Rose Marie" pattern, 12ins x 5ins x 6.5ins high, a ditto five piece dressing table set decorated with lace border pattern, comprising - tray, 12ins x 6.5ins, pair of candlesticks, 2.75ins high, circular jar and cover and circular pin tray, 3ins diameter, and a selection of Maling and other pottery, various

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 45

Sixteen pieces of modern Wedgwood green Jasperware, including - urn pattern vase, 8ins high, cylindrical vase with flared rim, 6ins high, circular bowl, 8ins diameter x 4ins high, and others (mostly with boxes)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 46 SOLD FOR: £ 100

Nineteen pieces of modern Wedgwood green Jasperware, including two circular jardinieres, each 5ins diameter x 4.5ins high, two egg pattern boxes and covers, various sizes and others, and six pieces of modern Wedgwood blue Jasperware

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 47 SOLD FOR: £ 120

A 19th Century Masons patent ironstone china part dinner service, decorated with a floral pattern comprising - nine 10ins soup plates, six 10ins plates, five rectangular meat plates, various sizes, largest 22ins x 17ins, smallest 17.25ins x 13.75ins, rectangular tureen stand, and two tureen covers (brown printed marks)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 48

A Spode porcelain circular pot pourri basket and cover enamelled in colours on a green ground on three twin paw pattern feet, 8.25ins diameter x 7.25ins high (gilt marks to base - possibly lacking inner liner)

Guide Price: £250-300

Lot 49 SOLD FOR: £ 50

A Burmantofts green glazed pottery cylindrical pedestal with fluted sides, 11ins diameter x 26ins high (impressed mark to base and No. 838 and initials J.L. - chipped)

Guide Price: £50-70

Lot 50 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A 19th Century pottery bear and tree trunk pattern umbrella stand, 27ins high (damaged)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 51

A Wedgwood blue Jasperware jug decorated in white with classical figures in a landscape, 6.75ins high (impressed mark to base - slight damage), and a ditto circular bowl on three ball pattern feet, 7.25ins diameter x 3.75ins high (impressed "Wedgwood Etruria" to base)

Guide Price: £80-120