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Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables
Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables to include Jewellery, Books and Printed Ephemera
Lot 502A pair of Chinese Republic period porcelain plates, decorated with two ladies at different artistic and pleasurable pursuits at a table within a garden, one in blue robes and the other in pink, possibly depicting the Two Qiao Sisters, within black and pink orange border, each with black script and red seal to front, and red seal mark to base, one plate a/f damaged with poor repairs but pieces present, 28cm. (2).
Lot 503A Chinese provincial porcelain ginger jar, possibly 18th century, thrown in two parts with a seam around the middle, decorated in underglaze blue with trailing vine and chrysanthemum, unmarked, 19 by 19cm high, together with two Chinese Export porcelain plates, 18th century, Qing Dynasty, decorated with a figure in a garden, a/f cracks and repairs, each 23.5cm, and a Chinese baluster form vase decorated with prunus blossom on a cracked ice ground, a.f repaired rim, 20cm. (4).
Estimate: £200 - £300
Lot 504A Chinese cricket box, Ming dynasty style, the lid and body with blue reverse glazing surrounding engraved phoenixes and flowering vines, central air hole to lid, bears apocryphal six character Xuande mark to underside of lid and body in underglaze blue, lid a/f, 14.3 by 10.6cm, together with a further Chinese cylindrical cricket jar, Ming dynasty style, decorated in underglaze blue with birds flying over countryside, mountains in the background, lid and underside of base bears apocryphal six character Xuande mark, 13 by 10.8cm. (2).
Lot 511A Hancock & Sons Morris Ware pomander vase designed by George Cartlidge, C56-5 of tapering shouldered form, tubeline decorated with flowers with pierced centres inscribed Essences of Past Summers, in purple, yellow and green on a blue ground, printed factory mark, missing cover, 19cm high..
Lot 512A collection of six 19th century Staffordshire pottery flatback figurines, comprising a pair of spaniels, 34cm, a spill vase with angel and courting couple, a/f previously damaged, 25cm, a zebra, 21cm, a Scottish bagpiper on horseback, 29.5cm, and a larger angel flanked by two girls with match holder below, 36.5cm. (6).
Lot 514A collection of six ceramic figures comprising three Beswick models, pheasant, model no. 1225, kookaburra, model no. 1159, and woodpecker, model no. 1218, together with three Royal Doulton figures, Lunchtime, HN 2485, Biddy and The Old Balloon Seller, HN 1315, 22cm and smaller. (6).
Lot 517A collection of cut glass including a selection of Waterford crystal, such as a set of four wine glasses, 19.5cm high, a set of four whiskey tumblers, 8.5cm high, and two sweetmeat dishes, marked to bases, together with a variety of other similar cut glass items such as vases and jugs. (22).
Lot 518A Chinese porcelain incense vase and cover, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century, of hexagonal form with twin animal head handles, raised on a circular ribbed foot, the pierced lid with lion dog finial, decorated in underglaze blue to each side with a panel of cranes beneath a bar symbol, further scrolling clouds and lunette borders, two character mark to base, 16 by 11.5 by 19.5cm high, together with a Japanese porcelain charger, early 20th century, with scalloped rim, decorated in underglaze blue with flowers and border to edge, 40cm. (2).
Lot 522A Crown Staffordshire part dinner service in the Elesmere pattern, the blue celeste borders decorated with swans, roses and scrolling acanthus with gilded rims, comprising twelve dinner plates, 27cm, thirteen salad plates, 20cm, one larger salad plate, 23cm, fourteen side plates, 16cm, five larger side plates, 18cm, eleven tea-cups and twelve saucers, 14.5cm, four small tea-cups, five coffee cans and six saucers, 13cm, two tureens, 22cm diameter one with cover a/f cracked, two oval graduated meat plates 34 by 28cm and 40 by 30cm, two soup plates, 21cm, and a teapot, together with a similarly decorated small dish, 13cm. (93).
Lot 524A collection of 19th and 20th century ceramics including a 19th century oval bowl with applied putti to either end and trailing flowering vines to body, 21.5 by 14cm, an unusual posy vase in the form of a blue speckled egg with ball feet, 5.2 by 7.2 by 5.5cm, a transfer printed portrait of Prime Minister Gladstone on ceramic picture frame, 9.5 by 13.5cm, and a milk jug modelled as Punch. (4).
Estimate: £40 - £60
Lot 525A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware puzzle jug, pierced with stylised flowerhead and geometric motifs, sprigged drunken parson John Bull and sleeping it off, 20cm high, circa 1840 lacking top section,a treacle glazed boot flask and a tray decorated with hand painted huntsmen and saying 'WHEN THE HUNTING DAY IS O'ER', by R. L. Ellis, with later added wall hanging mounts to back, 44 by 4 by 26cm. (3).
Lot 529A late 19th or early 20th century Dresden style coffee set, comprising five cups, five saucers, teapot and sucrier, the cups raised on three paw feet and each painted with figures and putti, pale pink and blue bodies, gilt detailing and gilt compass stars to saucers, apparently unmarked, 11cm and smaller. (12).
Lot 530A collection of mostly 19th century ceramics including a milk jug, the body painted with band of pink roses surrounded by gilt detailing, base indistinctly marked Bloor Derby, 13.5cm, together with a Morley and Ashworth magenta painted wheat design jug, 21.5cm, a Staffordshire flatback figure of a pair of flower sellers, 23.5cm, a powder blue glazed jug moulded with blue bells, 20cm, a Doulton Burslem plate and a vase. (6).
Lot 534A group of ceramics, comprising an 18th century twisted and fluted tea bowl with gilt highlights, 8.5 by 5cm, a 19th century Dresden set of five cups and six saucers, decorated with flowers and swags, a Japanese Satsuma teapot, decorated with figures, 7cm, and a Tuscan China part coffee service, retailed by J. H. Awmack, Leeds, decorated with gilt foliate swags against an apple green and white ground, with coffee pot, 19cm, sugar bowl, milk jug, six coffee cans and five saucers. (28).
Lot 543An L. Bernardaud & Co, Limoges, porcelain part dessert service, early 20th century, decorated in an Asiatic pheasant pattern, marked 'B&Co, Limoges France', comprising two comports, 23 by 14cm, two oval twin handled dishes, 28 by 19.5 by 4cm, a circular twin handled dish, 26 by 23 by 5.5cm, and twelve plates, 22 by 2.5cm. (17).
Lot 546A 19th century cranberry flashed vase with applied painted oval panel depicting a lady in a green cape turning to looking over one shoulder, the body of the vase further decorated with branches in gilt, lacking cover, 12.5 by 23cm, together with a clear glass fruit bowl with white metal rim, 20cm diameter, retailed by Harrods and in original box. (2).
Lot 549John Knapp Fisher (British, 1931-2015): a South African landscape study, titled verso 'Windpump Karro', watercolour, pen and ink, signed lower left and dated 1981 lower right, 11 by 16cm, framed, 30 by 33cm. Purchased by the vendor directly from exhibition in South Africa. ***May be subject to ARR***.
Estimate: £400 - £600
Lot 552A Hutschenreuther, Germany, Arabesque pattern part dinner service and part tea set for ten settings, comprising ten dinner plates, 31cm diameter, twenty dessert plates, 26.5cm, ten side plates, 21.5cm, ten shaped serving bowls, a salad dish, ten cups and saucers, two serving dishes and an oval platter, 39.5 by 28cm, purchased from Harrods with receipt. (74).
Lot 553Stephen John Batchelder (British, 1849-1932): sailing on the Norfolk Broads, possibly Potter Heigham Bridge in the background, watercolour, signed lower right, in oval mount, 30 by 20cm, framed 55 by 45cm, together with a smaller study by the same artist of a wherry on the water, with reeds to the fore, signed lower right, 16 by 11cm, in a composition oval frame, with decorative crest, 35 by 27cm. (2).