A Chinese ginger jar, 19th century, of ovoid form, decorated in underglaze blue with prunus blossom against a cracked ice ground, six character mark to base with double rings in cobalt blue, 17 by 17cm, with a carved and pierced hardwood lid, 8.5 by 3.5cm, and circular carved and pierced hardwood stand with four feet, 16 by 5.5cm, together with two similar later ginger jars, 20th century, 13 by 12cm. (3)
A commemorative ware pottery jug, depicting the The Battle of the Great Redan and The Siege of Sevastopol, printed in black, with a battle scene titled lower 'Sir George Brown', and verso a coastal scene titled lower 'Sebstopol', 20cm.
A group of Beswick farm ruminants comprising pair of black Aberdeen Angus cattle, both bull, and cow, marked 'Approved by the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society', a Jersey bull marked 'C. H. Dunsley - Coy Boy', model number 1422 and a long haired sheep. (4)
A group of four Royal Doulton figures from the Bunnykins range, comprising 'New Baby Bunnykins', number DB158, 'With Love Bunnykins', number DB269, 'Downhill Bunnykins', number DB31, and 'Rainy Day Bunnykins', number DB147, together with two Beswick figures from Beatrix Potter, 'Poorly Peter Rabbit' and 'Mr Jeremy Fisher'. (6)
A lustre jug, 19th century, of tapered cylindrical form, with moulded spout and scroll handle, in royal blue ground with applied detail of Queen Victorian and Prince Albert in puce, ochre and green, with copper lustre bands, 15cm.
A collection of commemorative Boer war plates, comprising a rectangular wall plaque depicting Field Marshal Frederick Sleigh Roberts, titled 'Lord Roberts' below portrait, another similar depicting General Sir Redvers Henry Buller, titled 'General Sir Redvers Buller' below portrait, 21 by 19cm, a pierced plate for 'Sudan War 1898', 21cm, and a pair of papier mache plates titled 'The Queen bidding adieu to the guards going ou to the Crimea April 1834...' and 'The Queen, Princess Beatrice and her baby, with Prince William of Prussia and Princess Alice of Battenberg ...', 20cm. (5)
A collection of crested and motto ware, including a W&R tank with motto 'Buy War Bonds, The Tank Bank, The British Tank Successfully used against the Germans, Combles, Sept 1916', a Goss Sheffield University dish, and a Goss Dartmouth Lobster Trar. (59)
A collection of ceramic animal figurines comprising Beswick figures of three standing foxes, a seated fox, a beagle, a boxer dog, and a yellow labrador, together with two Royal Doulton figure groups, one of puppies in a basket, number HN2588, the other a sitting Collie, and a Sylvac Old English Sheepdog, and Dalmation (11)
A part suite of Waterford crystal, in the Sheila pattern, comprising eight wine, 16.5cm, eight sherry, 14cm, eight port, 11.5cm, twelve tumblers, 9cm, and one water glass, 12.5cm, purchased Fenwicks Ltd, Leicester, August 1994. (37)
A Royal Doulton part dinner and tea service, in the 'Countess' pattern, comprising nine tea cups and twelve saucers, sugar bowl, two graduated milk jugs, two cake plates, sandwich plate, three serving dishes, two breakfast bowls, six fruit bowls, and twelve dessert plates. (51)
A group of ceramics comprising a Radfod jug and bowl, decorated with blue hydrangeas, four further Radford vases and bowls, a Royal Doulton Dewars advertising stand, a Shelly blanc mange mould, the ring mould with fluted and moulded columns, three further jelly/blanc mange moulds and a Doulton Burslem ware advertising shortbread mould. (12)
A group of bull dog figures comprising a Beswick seated bull dog, two Beswick Basford British Mascot standing bull dogs, a further standing bull dog with brindle markings on cream, and a Sylvac standing bulldog. (5)
A collection of ceramic figures, comprising a Limoges pepperette, modelled as a Pierrette, 7cm, three dishes with Pierrot figures, in the form of card suits spades, clubs, and diamonds, 7.5cm, and further bisque figurines. (17)
A Davenport pottery hexagonal nursery plate, circa 1836-1850, printed in black and titled 'Hunting the Slipper', with a border of flowerheads enriched in pink lustre, impressed mark, 16.5cm wide, a Hammersley child's two handled mug with teddy bear decoration, 4cm, a Crown Derby white glazed figurine of a gentleman, 9cm, and two further figurines, 6.5 and 8cm. (5)
A commemorative Nelson ceramic pearlware jug, 19th century, with portraits of Lord Nelson and HMS Victory, surrounded by battle honours and militaria, in blue transfer with gold rim and birds mouth spout, 12cm.
A group of eight character jugs, comprising six Royal Doulton jugs, Capt Henry Morgan, D6467, The Falconer, D6537, Old Salt, D6551, Robinson Crusoe, D6522, Bacchus, D6499, and Dick Turpin in two sizes, D6535 and 6542, and a Sylvac character jug of John Bull. (8)
A Royal Crown Derby porcelain part tea service, circa 1930, decorated in the Mikado pattern, comprising cream jug, sugar bowl, bread plate, eleven cups (four damaged), ten saucers and twelve plates, with green backstamp and impressed factory marks, together with a Royal Crown Derby part tea service, circa 1893, decorated with printed and painted sprays of flowers, comprising slop bowl, three saucers and four side plates, printed and impressed marks, registered mark 116892. (45 pieces total)
A group of Beswick animal figurines comprising a family of three ducks of graduated size, a vintage ashtray modelled with three spaniel puppies to the front, number 916, a pair of Siamese kittens, number 1296 both with impressed marks, two further white cats and a Kitty MacBride mouse duo entitled 'A double Act', number 2527, together with a Royal Doulton figure of a ginger kitten. (9)
A pair of Staffordshire figures of Queen Victoria, seated with baby Princess Royal, and Prince Albert, on circular bases, possibly pastille burners, 15cm, a figurine of Victorian on a plinth, with relief name painted black, 19cm, and a Victoria pin cushion top, restored, 14cm. (4)
A Staffordshire pottery commemorative jug for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, circa 1840, printed in green with portrait of the young queen and prince flanked by union flowers, and obverse a city scene, the neck with trellis design, 12cm, a portrait jug with light blue transfer depicting male and female, with raised mask below spout, and rope twist handle, 20cm, and a George IV memorial jug, marked to base G.B.H., spout restored, 18cm. (3)
A group of eight Beswick birds, comprising Stonechat, number 2274, Whitethroat, number 2106, Chaffinch, number 991, Greenfinch, number 2105, Nuthatch, number 2413, Goldfinch, number 2273, Blue Tit, number 992 and Wren number 993, together with a Royal Worcester figure of a Stonechat. (9)
A collection of commemorative ceramics comprising a lustreware plate depicting a young Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 23cm, a plate with pink border with black transfer portraits of 'HRH The Prince of Wales, Her Majesty the Queen [Victoria], and HRH The Princess of Wales', 19cm, a pair of 1902 coronation vases for Edward VII and Alexandra, 11cm, and a bisque figurine of Edward and Alexandra, 21cm. (5)
A group of six Royal Doulton character mugs, comprising four limited edition Cricketer mugs, modelled by Stanley James Taylor, comprising, 'Johnners', number D7018, 'Dickie Bird', D7068, 'W.G. Grace', number D6845, 'Len Hutton', number D6945, 'The Hampshire Cricketer' mug, number D6739, limited edition number 4959 of 5000, and an 'Aramis' mug, number D6454. (6)
A Royal Doulton Crystal vase, in the Country Rose pattern, 19cm, boxed, together with two Edinburgh Crystal miniature decanters engraved with the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, St Andrews, 15cm, boxed, and two further cut glass decanters. (5)
A German, Selesia, CT Altwasser porcelain dessert service, mid 19th century, comprising two comports, 21 by 8.5cm high, four tazzas, 21 by 6.5cm high, and twelve plates, 21 by 3cm, decorated against a white ground with a butterfly and flowers, with a pierced lattice edge and gilt highlights, printed and impressed factory marks. (18)
A Goodwin and Harris earthenware jug, circa 1830, of lobed baluster form, printed in underglaze lilac with 'Our Beloved King William 4th', and obverse 'Our Amiable Queen Adelaide', within foliate borders, printed mark, old restoration to the handle, 18cm, and a commemorative jug, 19th century, of baluster shape with portrait of 'Prince of Wales' and 'Princess Alexandra' to either side, framed by oak leaves beneath banner titles and chevron bands to rim, with rope twist border to rim, decorated with orange lustre, stamped to base J & M.P.B. & Co, 22cm. (2)
Barbara A. Wood: 'Taffeta and Lace' a limited edition seriolithograph, by Park West Gallery, no 1049/1250, signed in pencil to margin, 50 by 40cm, two Norman Rockwell seriolithographs, 40 by 47cm, limited editions, titled 'Young Love Swinging', and 'The Stay At Homes', together with two small prints, all with certificates and invoice. (5)
Alice G. C. Barnwell (British, fl. 1931-1940): 'The Mill Welford on Avon', limited edition coloured etching, signed in pencil lower margin, with blind stamp lower right for Rembrandt Guild Artist Proof, 38 by 29cm, unframed, together with A. Dupont: three framed coloured etchings, 'Abbeville', 'York', and a similar old English High Street, 30 by 20cm. (4)
After Charlie 'Snaffles' Johnson Payne (British, 1884-1967): a signed limited edition print, 'The Informers', number 146/500 with coloured lithograph above black and white image below, original gallery stamp, and signed lower right, 47 by 47cm, together with another 'Snaffles' print, 'Enjoyin' Yerselves Aren't Yer?', 45 by 61cm and a further 19th century hand coloured engraving of Conway Castle. (3)
After Roderick Lovesey (American, b. 1944): a signed limited edition coloured print, 'The Rescue' published for RNLI Derby Branch, number 28/250 and another number 100/250, 44 by 66cm, together with a signed print after Robert Taylor, 'Memorial Flight', signed by Leonard Cheshire, Peter Townsend and the artist, 42 by 59cm. (3)
Leonard Russell Squirrell, RWS (1893-1979) a set of 1940's monochrome prints including Castleacre Priory, The Customs House and Greenland Fishery Inn, Kings Lynn, signed in pencil on the margins, with Ely cathedral, and a further church, unsigned, 21 by 25cm. (5)
Thomas Burford (1710-1774): 'Foxhunting' after James Seymour, a set of four hand coloured mezzotints, published R. Sayer and J Bennett in 1779, 38 by 53cm, in Hogarth frames. (4) Note: The set comprises The Chace, The Death of the Fox, Making a Cast at a Fault, and Going to Cover.
Ernst Schumacher (German, 1905-1963): a townscape of houses and trees, with an apricot sky, a three colour block print, signed in red lower margin, with label verso for 'Conzen Rahmen, Dusseldorf', 39 by 49cm.
John Charles Moody R.E, R.I, P.S.G.A, (British, 1884-1962): 'Hayricks', etching, signed and titled in pencil lower margin, 20 by 27cm, together with the printed calendar of the same image, for Glaxo Laboratories, 36 by 46cm. (2)
Early 19th century Indian watercolours, both studies of goats, one with black coat and twisted horns, with text above, 22 by 18cm, framed, the other depicting two goats, one white, the other brown with long twisted horns, 25 by 20cm, unframed. (2)
Alfred Ashdown Box (British, 1879-1938): a pair of watercolours of an English riverside, one in summer with a pair of swans, the other an autumn study, both signed lower right, 25 by 35cm, in gilt composition frames. (2) The artist exhibited with the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham.
Alfred Ashdown Box (British, 1879-1938): a pair of watercolours of the English countryside, one an autumn study of trees and a field of sheep, the other a river with a pair of swans, both signed lower left, 38 by 56cm, in gilt composition frames. (2) The artist exhibited with the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham.
Manner of David Cox Junior RA (British, 1809-1885): Itinerant Gypsy travellers in a heath land landscape, with tent and camp fire, watercolour with scratching out, unsigned, with D COX scratched into the wood panel backing, 30 by 44cm, in a gilt composition frame.
Rowland Frederick Hilder OBE (British, 1905-1993): 'Lincoln (before the new roads)', watercolour, signed lower left, with label verso for the Furneaux Gallery, Wimbledon, 25 by 33cm, together with three calendars based on his paintings, from 1979, 1980 and 1983, and a letter of purchase, dated 1974.
Gerald Dease: a landscape with a farmstead in trees, watercolour, signed lower right, 28 by 53cm, together with Claude Rylett: a highland landscape with a lake, watercolour, signed lower right, 25 by 35cm. (2)
Hugh Ennion (20th century): 'Solway Firth', watercolour, signed lower right, 18 by 57cm, together with Rosemary Surfleet 'Exton Gateway', watercolour, signed lower right, with biography verso, 20 by 36cm. (2)
Margaret Meadows (1782-1827): a portrait of James Edwin Meadows, the artist's brother, pencil and watercolour, signed below the portrait, with legend verso, 'Artist son James, (also artist) 1818-1882', 15 by 11cm.
Albert Milton Drinkwater (1862-1923): a pair of watercolours of Wales, one of figures on the Alpine Bridge, the other of a shepherd and sheep below Moel Siabod in North Wales, each signed lower left, 43 by 29cm. (2)
Edwin Hayes RHA, RI, ROI (British, 1820-1904): 'Off Newlyn', a study of boats off the harbour wall, watercolour, with scratching out, signed lower right, with number and indistinct legend lower left, and with attribution to the mount, 9 by 14cm.
Edwin Hayes RHA, RI, ROI (British, 1820-1904): 'Off Lynmouth', a study of a sail boat in rough seas, watercolour, signed lower left, with 'Lynmouth sketch' lower right, with attribution to the mount, 10 by 16cm.
Paul H. Ellis RBSA (British, 1882-1908): a thatched cottage with figures beside a stream, oil on canvas, signed lower left, with details verso, 50 by 75cm. Previously sold lot 593, Fellows 8th August 2016.
Edwin St John (British, 1878-1961): 'View of an Italian Lake', dated '19, signed lower right, watercolour on paper, 68 by 120cm, in a gilt composition frame. Provenance: From Aldgate Lodge, Ketton, purchased circa 1980.
Edwin St John (British, 1878-1961): a pair of Continental street scenes, with Cathedral spires in the background, watercolours on paper, signed and dated '19, lower left, 100 by 72cm. (2). Provenance: From Aldgate Lodge, Ketton, purchased circa 1980.