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Item Number 711 - Photo 1
£120 GBP
€132 EUR      $153 USD
An excellent condition Royal Worcester porcelain watering can, of squat form with a dragon scroll handle and painted floral decoration on a blush ivory background.
Reg no 30560, marked 1101 with a green stamp.
The condition is excellent,no repairs or damages, the can measures 4.25" high (117 mm) and 10" across from the spout (255 mm)

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Item Number 668 - Photo 1
£495 GBP
€548 EUR      $634 USD
A rare colour sample plate as prepared by Mons. A. Lacroix Chimiste a Paris . With 24 base colours radiating from the centre
French Circa 1880
Item Number 667 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A fine classical Parian bust of Diana, standing on a fluted column.

English Circa 1860 Height 42 cm
Item Number 665 - Photo 1
£1,200 GBP
€1,328 EUR      $1,538 USD
A rare pair of DERBY figures. Boy and Girl,he with a Macaroni Dog and she with a Cat. Ref. Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures No.49 p205
Patch Marks Incised No 49 and G to each
Circa 1775 Height 5 1/4”
Item Number 664 - Photo 1
£575 GBP
€636 EUR      $737 USD
A Worcester dessert plate with the on glaze print in black of “The Milkmaids”. With a scalloped edge and gilt rim.

Unmarked Circa 1765 Diam. 8”
Ex Amos Collection
Item Number 661 - Photo 1
£950 GBP
€1,051 EUR      $1,218 USD
A fine pair of Minton plates with moulded borders in green and gilt surrounding small vignettes of flowers. the centre delightfully painted with flowers and fruit by Thomas Steele

Unmarked Circa 1830 Width 9”
Item Number 660 - Photo 1
£1,350 GBP
€1,494 EUR      $1,730 USD
A very finely painted Worcester tea bowl and saucer pencilled in black with the “ Boy on a buffalo” pattern

Unmarked Circa 1758
Item Number 659 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Lowestoft tea bowl and saucer painted with the “ Mansfield “ pattern.

Crescent mark to saucer Circa 1775
Item Number 658 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A Worcester plate painted in bright enamels with the “ Dragons in Compartments” pattern.

Unmarked Circa 1770 W 8 1/2”
Item Number 657 - Photo 1
£995 GBP
€1,101 EUR      $1,275 USD
A Bow bell shaped mug with a grooved handle and painted with a bouquet of flowers beneath a flower scroll and diaper border.

Unmarked Circa 1765 Height 3 3/4”
Item Number 656 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A Flight Barr & Barr rare Etruscan shaped cup and saucer and an angular handle and beautifully painted with a Chinese garden scene.
“Pagoda & Peony” pattern
Impressed FBB & crown Circa 1820
Item Number 654 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A Worcester bell shaped mug of small size and finely painted with floral bouquets and sprigs. A grooved handle is gilt decorated and gilt lines to rim and base.
Unmarked Circa 1770 H 3 1/2”
Item Number 653 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Worcester tea bowl and saucer of fluted form and finely painted with English garden flowers.

Fret mark Circa 1770
Item Number 652 - Photo 1
£330 GBP
€365 EUR      $423 USD
A fine Spode vase decorated with raised gilt birds in foliage on a claret ground.
Marked Spode Height 4”
Pattern 3993 Circa 1825
Item Number 651 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A rare Derby blue and white pickle dish with a shaped and serrated edge
A rose and other flowers painted to the centre and vein moulding to the back.
Unmarked Circa 1768 Length 4 1/4”
Item Number 650 - Photo 1
£460 GBP
€509 EUR      $589 USD
A Worcester strap moulded sauce boat painted with the “ Fisherman and Billboard Island “ pattern BFS 1B15

Open crescent mark
Circa 1760 Length 7 3/4”
Item Number 648 - Photo 1
£750 GBP
€830 EUR      $961 USD
A Lowestoft creamer of “Low Chelsea Ewer” shape with a moulded body and painted in under glaze blue with flowers and leaves.

Unmarked Circa 1768 Width 3 1/2”
Item Number 647 - Photo 1
£350 GBP
€387 EUR      $448 USD
A very fine Minton cup and saucer . The saucer with a deep blue ground and the well and border with tooled gilt decoration . The cup similarly decorated and fully gilt to the inside.
The is a a family crest to the cup of an eagle with a sprig of myrtle.
Minton crown & globe mark
Pattern no. G 4056 Circa 1880
Item Number 646 - Photo 1
£850 GBP
€941 EUR      $1,089 USD
A garniture of three Spode trumpet shaped vases with the very decorative pattern number 868. Flared and beaded lip and foot.
Heights 4 1/2” and 6 1/4”
Spode Circa 1810
Item Number 645 - Photo 1
£185 GBP
€204 EUR      $237 USD
A Spode bute shaped cup and saucer richly decorated with New Halls pattern number 556.
The saucer having an armorial crest
Unmarked Circa 1820
Item Number 644 - Photo 1
£1,100 GBP
€1,217 EUR      $1,410 USD
A Chamberlain Worcester cup and saucer unusually decorated with ground colour bands of pink and yellow and gilt to the borders. Fancy birds painted to cartouches probably by Dr. Davis
Unmarked Circa 1795
Item Number 643 - Photo 1
£550 GBP
€608 EUR      $705 USD
A fine Spode teapot and stand painted with a bright palette in the famille rose manner with ducks and flowers and with gilt decoration to edges,handle and spout.
Printed Spode mark. Pattern no. 2957
Circa 1820
Item Number 640 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A Worcester tea pot with a button knop and a shaped handle. painted with a rare pattern with pink and gilt flowers and sprays and gilt decoration to rims, handle & spout.
Unmarked Circa 1780 Height 5 1/4”
Item Number 639 - Photo 1
£1,300 GBP
€1,439 EUR      $1,666 USD
A Worcester mug finely printed in black on glaze with the “ Whitton Anglers” to one side and the, seldom found “Minuet” to the other.
Whitton Anglers from an engraving by William Wollett and The Minuet is after a design by Francis Hayman Unmarked Circa 1760
Height 6”
Item Number 638 - Photo 1
£330 GBP
€365 EUR      $423 USD
A fine Swansea porcelain cup and saucer with Paris fluted moulding and a high curved loop handle with a gilt border .

Swansea mark in red Circa 1815
Item Number 637 - Photo 1
£895 GBP
€990 EUR      $1,147 USD
A Worcester sauce boat with different mouldings to either side . One panel painted with the Zig-Zag Fence pattern
and the other with a spray of flowers and an insect. Further decoration to the inside edge and handle.
Workmans mark Circa 1755 Length 7 1/2”
Item Number 636 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Worcester “high Chelsea ewer” creamer finely painted in the Kakiemon manner in the “Scarlet Japan” pattern with orange and gilt panels dividing panels of floral painting.
Unmarked Circa 1765 Height 3 1/2”
Item Number 634 - Photo 1
£495 GBP
€548 EUR      $634 USD
A Derby figure of a “ Dresden Shepherdess” with a lamb at her feet and her apron full of flowers and standing on a rococo base.
Patch marks Incised G
Circa 1765 Height 7 1/2”
Item Number 633 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A Caughley fluted trio finely decorated with the “L’amitie” with two doves within a fancy gilt cartouche.
Gilt and polychrome border

Unmarked Circa 1790
Item Number 632 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A Richard Chaffers Liverpool moulded sauce boat painted in underglaze blue and overglaze green,red and gilt with an Oriental garden scene to either side.
A floral medallion to the inside base.
Unmarked Circa 1760 Length 6 3/4”
Item Number 574 - Photo 1
£950 GBP
€1,051 EUR      $1,218 USD
A Derby blue and white basket with double handles with flowers and leaves terminals and with an oriental garden scene painted to the base. Lattice work sides with flowers at the intersections.
Circa 1768 Width 6 3/4”
Item Number 573 - Photo 1
£345 GBP
€381 EUR      $442 USD
A rare Caughley asparagus server painted with chantilly sprigs.

Unmarked Circa 1785
Length 7.5 cm
Item Number 572 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A Bristol cup and saucer of ogee form with brown rims and painted flowers


X marked Circa 1770
Item Number 568 - Photo 1
£350 GBP
€387 EUR      $448 USD
A Derby mug of barrel shape and vertical ribs and a moulded handle.
Nicely painted with sprays of English flowers and a brown lined rim.

Unmarked Circa 1765 Height 4 1/2”
Item Number 567 - Photo 1
£330 GBP
€365 EUR      $423 USD
Lowestoft tea bowl and saucer painetd with the “ Dolls House ‘ pattern


Unmarked Circa 1780
Item Number 565 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A blue and white Bow tea bowl and saucer painted in blue with banana trees and a fir tree and a fence with a diaper border.

Unmarked Circa 1760
Item Number 564 - Photo 1
£550 GBP
€608 EUR      $705 USD
A rare Worcester tea bowl and saucer painted with the “ Gazebo” pattern
( B.F.S IB7)

Workmans mark to saucer
Circa 1758
Item Number 562 - Photo 1
£495 GBP
€548 EUR      $634 USD
Chelsea gold anchor plate painted to the centre with fancy birds amongst foliage and the border with a puce herring bone effect and gilt feathered edge.
Gold anchor Circa 1760 Width 8”
Item Number 560 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A Worcester sparrow beak jug nicely painted with pink roses. Line and loop border painted in red inside rim .
Unmarked Circa 1765
Item Number 559 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A Chelsea plate of overlapping leaf shape and with a green border and puce veining and painted to the centre with a red lily .

Anchor mark Circa 1760 Length 11”
Item Number 558 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Worcester cup and saucer finely painted with the “ Spinning Maiden”
pattern and gold spearhead borders.

“Meissen & 9” mark Circa 1770
Item Number 557
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Worcester cup and saucer finely painted with the “ Spinning Maiden”
pattern and gold spearhead borders.

“Meissen & 9” mark Circa 1770
Item Number 556 - Photo 1
£599 GBP
€663 EUR      $768 USD
A finely decorated Chelsea moulded edge oval shaped dish painted with a rose and a tulip and with other garden flowers.
Brown line to rim.
Red Anchor mark Circa 1760
Width 9 3/4”
Item Number 554 - Photo 1
£99 GBP
€109 EUR      $126 USD
A Spode miniature jug brightly painted in polychrome with Chinese figures in a garden.
Spode pattern 3644
Circa 1820
Height 1 3/4”
Item Number 553 - Photo 1
£199 GBP
€220 EUR      $255 USD
A fine Spode miniature jug and basin in a decoratively octagonal shape .It has a claret coloured ground and has tooled gilt decoration of birds amongst foliage.
Spode 3993 Circa 1825
Width of bowl 2 1/4”
Item Number 551 - Photo 1
£1,195 GBP
€1,322 EUR      $1,532 USD
A fine pair of Derby frill vases of exceptional quality. With swags of finely modelled flowers hanging from cherubic faces capped with a pink bow.Fret cut top with blue & yellow florets to the intersections.
Patch marks Circa 1765 Height 7”
Item Number 550 - Photo 1
£495 GBP
€548 EUR      $634 USD
Derby chocolate cup and deep saucer brightly painted with the Jabberwocky pattern. The cup with bifurcated twisted handles. Gilt edges to the rims.
Crossed batons & crown mark
Circa 1785
Item Number 546 - Photo 1
£295 GBP
€326 EUR      $378 USD
A Caughley miniature tea bowl and saucer painted in blue with the “ Island” pattern

S mark to tea bowl Circa 1780 Width of saucer 2 3/4”
Item Number 545
£295 GBP
€326 EUR      $378 USD
A Caughley miniature tea bowl and saucer painted in blue with the “ Island” pattern

S mark to tea bowl Circa 1780 Width of saucer 2 3/4”
Item Number 544 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A fine pair of Spode vases , listed in Spodes shape book as Fish Handled Beakers.
Decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground
Spode Pattern 3993 Circa 1826
Height 7”
Item Number 543 - Photo 1
£235 GBP
€260 EUR      $301 USD
A Spode Incense Burner decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground.

Spode pattern 3993 Circa 1825
Height 4 1/2”
Item Number 542 - Photo 1
£110 GBP
€121 EUR      $141 USD
A Spode Incense Burner decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground.

Spode pattern 3993 Circa 1825
Height 4 1/2”
Item Number 541 - Photo 1
£365 GBP
€404 EUR      $468 USD
A Bow plate painted with bouquets and sprays of puce , blue and yellow flowers within a chocolate lined wavy and shaped rim.

Unmarked Circa 1762 Width 8 3/4”
Item Number 540 - Photo 1
£695 GBP
€769 EUR      $891 USD
A rare Worcester conucopia of press moulded form and painted with the “ Cornucopia Prunus” pattern ( B.F. & S. IE18 ) Unusual workman s mark to the back.
Workmans mark Circa 1758
Length 11 1/2”
Item Number 539 - Photo 1
£125 GBP
€138 EUR      $160 USD
A Chamberlain decorated tea bowl and saucer painted with the Hunting in compartments” pattern. Possibly Caughley porcelain.
Unmarked pattern no. 9
Circa 1795
Item Number 537 - Photo 1
£295 GBP
€326 EUR      $378 USD
A Spode beaded matchpot decorated in the popular 1166 pattern.

Spode in red and pattern No. 1166

Circa 1810 Height 4 1/4”
Item Number 536 - Photo 1
£160 GBP
€177 EUR      $205 USD
bearing the arms and motto for the Anketell The motto “vade ad formican” go to the ant
Circa 1850 Printed mark
Anketell, William (1790 -1851)
William Anketell, of Anketell Grove, County Monaghan, Ireland, was the son of Lt.-Col. Matthew Anketell and Mary Norris. He married Sarah Maxwell, daughter of Lt.-Col. John Charles Frederick Waring Maxwell, on 23 June 1809.   On 20 November 1828, he became the head of the Ancketill/Anketell family, succeeding his uncle, Charles Anketell. He held various offices of High Sheriff in 1830, Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.), and Justice of the Peace (J.P.).
Item Number 523 - Photo 1
£320 GBP
€354 EUR      $410 USD
An Paris Porcelain Jewellery Casket with Sevres marks for "1754-1755", we feel that these are pseudo marks, the decoration is very well done with paintings of putti and floral swags painted and gilded with acanthus leaves on the corner, and a gilt metal hinge in good order.
The casket stands 2.25" (55 mm) 5.25" long and (135 mm) and 3.5" wide (85 mm)
Condition is very good (please see photographs)

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Item Number 514 - Photo 1
£200 GBP
€221 EUR      $256 USD
A rare Copeland plate in the Chelsea silver shape form and painted to the centre with a scene from Aesops fables
of the Fox & Grapes.

Copeland mark Circa 1860 Diam. 9”
Item Number 504 - Photo 1
£195 GBP
€215 EUR      $250 USD
A Spode enveloped shape armorial plate with a moulded white floral border on an orange ground.The arms are for The Duke and Marquess Hamilton,Marquess of Douglas and Clydesdale,earl of Angus,Duke of Brandon and Baron of Dutton 7 Duke of Chatelherault.
mark Spode Circa 1820 diam. 9”
Item Number 495 - Photo 1
£495 GBP
€548 EUR      $634 USD
A rare miniature Caughley sparrow beak jug printed with the “Fisherman” pattern.

S mark Circa 1775 Height 2 “
Item Number 494 - Photo 1
£395 GBP
€437 EUR      $506 USD
A nicely shaped New Hall plare with a fancy bow handle. Moulded flowers in white with a blue and gilt ground and painted to the centre with a scene “Dr Syntax loses his money on the race ground at York”.
Pattern 2623 Circa 1820 Diam. 8 1/2”
Item Number 493 - Photo 1
£195 GBP
€215 EUR      $250 USD
A richly decorated FBB breakfast cup and saucer with a gadrooned and gilt edge and featuring armorial crests representing two families.

Unmarked Circa 1815
Item Number 492 - Photo 1
£195 GBP
€215 EUR      $250 USD
A richly decorated FBB small milk jug with a gadrooned and gilt edge and featuring armorial crests representing two families.

Unmarked Circa 1815 Height 5 1/2”
Item Number 488 - Photo 1
£2,950 GBP
€3,265 EUR      $3,782 USD
A rare Worcester chestnut basket & stand of lobed oval shape and with crabstock handles with applied flower & leaves.
Marked with x1x and a B
Circa 1768 Width of stand 9 3/4”
Item Number 486 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A hard paste porcelain chestnut basket and stand copying the Worcester model of the 1780’s.
“gold anchor” mark
Probably Samson of Paris
Circa 1850
Width of stand 11”
Item Number 483 - Photo 1
£995 GBP
€1,101 EUR      $1,275 USD
A rare Woprcester plate painted in the “famille verte” style with a pine tree and birds in a garden and with phoenix birds and flowers and a cell border
Unmarked Circa 1775 Width 9 1/2”
Item Number 482 - Photo 1
£70 GBP
€77 EUR      $89 USD
An interesting blue and white printed cup and saucer with a floral ground containing a cartouche with the coat of arms of ther Rudyard family and the words Thos. Rudyard 1626
English Circa 1890
Item Number 481 - Photo 1
£245 GBP
€271 EUR      $314 USD
A large porcelain jug with six sides of an inverted baluster form with gilt edges and borders and painted with sprays of flowers to four panels..Presented to Baillie Darling 10/06/1845 at Kelso.
Unmarked Circa 1845 Height 8”
Item Number 480 - Photo 1
£595 GBP
€658 EUR      $762 USD
A Caughley basket with fret cut sides and rope twist handles with florets to the handle bases and intersections of the fret work. Gilt painted swags to the centre and further gilt decoration.
Unmarked Circa 1780 Length 8 1/4”


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