A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain plates, late 19th century, painted with floral central reserves, pink border and gilt decoration, dated 1877, printed puce factory mark, gold painted pattern no 8709 and HD, 23cm. (2)
A collection of Belleek ceramics decorated with printed lily design, country trellis pattern, comprising vase, 26cm, further vase, 18cm, clock, three small vases, 11cm, circular bowl, square dish, heart shaped dish, and lidded pot. (10)
A group of four similar Staffordshire figures of seated Dalmations, 14cm, a pair of late Staffordshire figures of seated spaniels, 23cm, and a Staffordshire box with recumbent dalmation to lid, 8cm. (7)
A Chinese export ware blue and white porcelain charger, 19th century, hand painted with central strand of trees on a rock, extensive buildings an rocky mountains, verso with bamboo decoration, border decoration with four reserves of butterflies, bears Kangxi four character mark to base, 37cm diameter.
A collection of Royal Worcester figurines, comprising 'Amber' CW694, 'With All My Heart', CW504, 'Christmas Special Edition 2001', CW575, and the Splendour At Court figurines 'A Royal Presentation', CW258, and 'The Golden Jubilee Ball', CW284. (5)
A Crown Devon Fielding's part coffee set, in maroon ground, the cups in silver holders, one with handle broken but present, Birmingham 1947, William Suckling, comprising six coffee cans and saucers, together with a Wade leaf shaped dish for the 'Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II June 2nd 1953', 24cm. (13)
A ceramic advertising ashtray for Guinness, early 20th century, the interior decorated with a drawing by Phiz of Sam Weller Composing his Valentine, produced by Wiltshaw and Robinson, reg no 315785, G.A.58.C marked to the base, 12 by 3cm.
A collection of Belleek ceramics, in Shamrock pattern comprising Glenveigh mantel clock, 25cm, further clock, 19cm, tree stump vase, lidded hive honey pot on stand, two vases, 10cm, hanging house ornament, and hanging spoon ornament. (8)
A collection of ceramics comprising a Royal Crown Derby Imari plate, cup and saucer 1128, an Aynsley cabinet cup and saucer with peaches and fruit design, Coalport 'Red House' and 'Elizabethan Cottage', a Sitzendorf Toby jug, a Goebel Hummel figurine of a sweep with ladder, and a 19th century cabinet tea cup, coffee cup and saucer with blue reserves and hand painted roses. (12)
A collection of Belleek ceramics comprising six pieces with pearlised yellow glaze to include owl vase, daffodil vase, lily of the valley vase (mark for 1980-1993), shell dish on three feet (mark for 1965-1980), two vases, and a Celtic ware dish with basket weave open lattice body (a/f). (7)
A collection of Coalport figurines comprising Age of Elegance 'First Waltz', Ladies of Fashion 'Stunning in Black', The Gem Collection 'Diamond', 'Rose Ball', Kate Middleton The Future Princess Collection 'Catherine, The Royal Bride', 'Beau Monde Cassandra', and 'Sheer Elegance'. (7)
A pair of child's ceramic polychrome plates, early 1800's, by Fell and Co (1817-1830), Der Backer: Ein Geschenk Fur Mein Tochter, and Der Drescher: Lohn der Fleissigkeit, with hand painted raised borders, Fell impressed marks to the base, 16cm. (2)
A collection of Belleek ceramics comprising Tree of Life cache pot planter with applied flowers, 21cm, Summer Briar planter, 17 by 13cm, Millennium 2000 vase with rose transfer, 11th anniversary show jug, 19cm, Summer Briar vase, flared rim vase with raised flowers, 13cm, and bud vase. (7)
A collection of Belleek blush porcelain comprising blue lotus table lamp, 16cm, pink shell fruit bowl, 23 by 10cm, pink lobed vase, slender pedestal vase with pierced rim, 20cm, and flared trumpet vase with punk shell detail, 23cm. (6)
A collection of Scandinavian designer glass comprising a Lindshammar ice bowl designed by Christer Sjogren, 24 by 22 by 8cm, two Nybro pen and candle holders, 13cm, and a German Ice vase designed by Heiner Dusterhaus for Walther Kristallglass. (4)
A pair of Victorian stone china plates, printed with peonies, a Continental porcelain plate, a German porcelain bowl, late 19th century, encrusted with roses and birds by a nest, 21cm, a pair of earthenware side plates, and a chinoiserie decorated iron red mug. (7)
A New Hall cup and saucer, early 19th century, printed and hand painted with scene of oriental figures and one looking from window, the base with printed circled mark for New Hall porcelain works Staffordshire circa 1812 - 1835.
A group of Nao figurines, comprising a boy in nightshirt, a girl in nightgown, a boy carrying books, a female in dress and hat, and a female seated with a flower, together with a Nadal figurine of a female in dress holding a hat. (6)
A Chinese export ware octagonal serving meat plate, 18th century, blue and white hand painted decoration showing central scene of boy offering fish to a figure with a basket on a pole, willow tree, rocks, cell border, 37cm by 30cm, and four further late 18th/early 19th century Chinese export blue and white circular plates, three decorated with pagoda, pine trees and rockwork, the border with peonies, 22.5cm, the fourth with peonies, and willow, 23.5cm. (5)
A group of five Walt Disney Classics Collection porcelain figurines, comprising Mickey Mouse 'Brave Little Tailor', Animators' Choice 'I Let 'em Have It', 19cm, Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland ''Twas Brillig...', 11cm, Dumbo 'Simply Adorable', 9cm, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, 9cm, and Jiminy Cricket 'Cricket;s the name - Jiminy Crocket', Pinocchio, 10cm, all boxed with certificates. (5)
A collection of glass items comprising a Mdina glass squat vase, in tortoiseshell colours, 10cm, a Wedgwood paperweight in the form of a duck, designed by Ronald Stennett-Wilson and Paul Miller, 17cm, two St Petersburg paperweights in the form of tapirs, and a Whitefriars knobbly bowl, number 9613. (5)
A collection of glass bowls and ashtrays, comprising Per Lutken Selandia smoked glass fruit dish, signed Holmegaard 19PL61, 23 by 7cm, a similar ashtray, three Skio Union wavy rim bowls, two in blue and one green, design 983 by Adolf Matura for Rosice Glassworks, and a Skio union blue pressed glass bowl. (6)
A collection of Belleek ceramics comprising two Daffodil fruit bowls, 25 by 12cm, two daffodil square base cottage mugs, two lidded fall acorn covered mugs, 13cm, one Shamrock cup and saucer (both with green mark for 1965-1980), and a shamrock mug. (9)
A English lustre part teaset, mid 19th century, decorated in the Imari palate, with floral sprigs, comprising six cups and saucers, six plates, milk jug, slop bowl and stand, coffee can, a similar Allertons milk jug, smaller jug with restored lip, and an Allertons three-handled loving cup. (25)
A blue-grey jasperware cheese dish and cover, mid 19th century, unmarked, of domed form, with a knotted rope handle, the sides applied with white ferns and bells within a border of fruiting vine and anthemions, the stand with a matching anthemion border, 31 by 24cm.
A green glass epergne, the central flute with applied twist detail, surrounded by three similar flutes, over bowl with frill rim, 52cm, and a further cranberry glass epergne, with central flute surrounded by three canes with hanging baskets, and two flutes (one flute missing), 50cm. (2)
A Staffordshire creamware pottery mug, late 18th century, modelled as Bacchus / Beelzebub with satyr features, pointed ears, beard and wreath of grapes and vine leaves, in orange, green, black and blue colours, 12 by 9cm.
A collection of Royal Doulton figurines, comprising 'Flowers of Love' HN3709, 'Rose', 'Classique At The Races' CL4014, 'Southern Belle' HN2229, and 'Soiree' M215, a Coalport figurine of Debutante of the Year 'The Winter Ball 2000', a Wedgwood figurine of 'Adoration' CP16, and The Lucerne Collection 'Rebecca'. (7)
An Emile Galle yellow faience model of a seated cat, late 19th century, with cobalt blue and white painted decoration, with green inset glass eyes, signed to the base of the paws 'E. Galle / Nancy', some restoration to back, 20 by 13 by 34cm, and a similar Mosanic pottery Galle style faience seated figure of a cat, late 19th century, with cobalt blue heart and fish motifs on a yellow ground, 21 by 12 by 21cm. (2)
A collection of Belleek ceramics comprising a pair of pink and gilt colonial blush vases, 15cm, pair of horn cornucopia Fermanagh vases, 14cm, pair of Typha spill vases, 10cm, and pair of pink blush spill vases, 10cm. (8)
A Meissen rabbit in stretching pose with outstretched front legs, late 19th century, hand painted with grey and white with black ears, base with underglaze dotted crossed swords mark, painted no.7, inscribed y184, impressed no.76, 8.5cm long.
After C. B. Newhouse: a pair of engravings by R. Reeves, 'A False Alarm on the road to Gretna', and 'one mile from Gretna', hand coloured, 32 by 42cm, in Hogarth frames. (2) Provenance: purchased Christies South Kensington, November 22nd, 2005, Lot 116.
After J. Sturgess: 'Punchestown, Conyngham Cup, 1872', published Dublin 1874, titled 'The Double', together with another similar hand coloured aquatint, by F. G. Hester, titled 'The Stone Wall', 55 by 87cm. (2)
A collection of cartoon pen and ink artwork, including: 'What's the matter with you? - Haven't you seen a chartered accountant before?' 'Bring the CS to the smoking room would you, Norman?' 'Pretty obvious really, we simply sell off the Reindeer...' 'One day Son, all of this will be the receivers.' ' I am not trading wrongfully...' (6)
G. H. Jalland (1888-1908): a set of three watercolours, with titles and original labels verso, 'Gone to Ground', 'A Fact', and 'Duck You Fool, Duck', signed and monogrammed lower left, 27 by 36cm, in oak frames. (3)
After Myles Birket Foster (British, 1825-1899): 'Lane near Witley Surrey', with a thatched cottage, chickens and ducks, watercolour, signed with monogram lower left, with title legend to the lower mount, 21 by 29cm.
Stanley Orchart (British, 1920-2005): 'Ravensden', a row of thatched cottages in this Bedfordshire village, featuring a sign for Samuel Harper Licenced Seller above the door, watercolour, signed lower right and dated 1962, with title, 29 by 38cm.