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Fine Art, Antiques & Specialist Collectors
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Lot 1A Chinese porcelain tea dust glazed bowl, late Qing Dynasty, 19th century, decorated with an olive-green glaze, darker glaze to the inside, possibly ground down from a larger damaged piece, the base impressed with an apocryphal four-character Qianlong seal mark, 13.5 by 7cm high..
Lot 2A late 20th century Chinese ceramic vase, circa 1970, of baluster form with applied handles modelled as pomegranates, decorated with figures, bats and flowers, and a scroll held by a dragon with calligraphic script, brick red on black ground, red printed figure mark to base 'You Xian Ju Jianzhi', 21 by 36cm high..
Lot 3A pair of early 20th century Chinese porcelain ginger jars and covers, decorated as a mirrored pair, in polychrome enamels with a battle scene, various figures and warriors on horseback, brown incised bands to neck and footrim, apocryphal marks to base, one cover damaged a/f, each 22 by 25cm high. (2).
Lot 4A group of Japanese and Chinese items, comprising a Chinese brass bowl with enamelled handle, cast with dragons, 18cm long, two cloisonne enamel dragon shaped rests, with large circular 'tails', each 10.5cm long, a black lacquer rectangular tray, painted with a man and a horse, 30.5 by 17 by 2cm, and a black lacquer bento box, painted with flowers and leaves, opening to reveal lift out trays, 15.5 by 11 by 8cm. (5).
Lot 11A Chinese porcelain vase, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, of long necked baluster form, with applied elephant head ring handles to the neck, decorated in underglaze blue with six panels of flowers, further floral sprays to neck, underglaze blue artemisia leaf mark to base, a/f extensive restoration of neck, 10 by 24.5cm high..
Lot 12A Chinese porcelain vase, Qing Dynasty, late 19th / early 20th century, of compressed baluster form with wide rim tapering to a narrower foot, decorated in underglaze blue with a four clawed dragon chasing a flaming pearl amongst scrolling clouds, unmarked, a/f restoration to rim, 25 by 18.5cm high..
Lot 15A Chinese Export porcelain famille rose punch bowl, Qing Dynasty, late 18th century, polychrome decorated in Mandarin palette with two large panels of figures in a garden, and two small panels with birds in trees, against an iron red, black and gilt diaper ground, with a spray of flowers internally, and decorative borders to inside top rim and foot rim, unmarked, 26 by 11.2cm high..
Lot 16A pair of Chinese early 20th century famille rose porcelain vases, of inverted baluster form with flared rim and high spreading foot, decorated in pale polychrome enamels as a mirrored pair, each with a bearded man and a smaller figure gazing upwards to a crane in flight, iron red four character seal mark to base, each 11.5 by 26cm high. (2).
Lot 17A Japanese Satsuma porcelain dish and cover By Kanzan Denshichi, Meiji Period, finely painted in enamels and gilt, of circular form, the gently domed cover with ruyi finial, the exterior decorated with a woven basket filled with flowers, seven scuttling crabs, and gilt calligraphic text to the lid with red signature seal marks, the whole raised on a circular rim base, signed in underglaze blue ‘Dai Nihon Kanzan sei’, 18 by 13cm high..
Lot 21A collection of sixty nine drinking glasses, including four glasses engraved with Masonic symbols, a trio of wine glasses for St. Ivo Lodge 2684 1985/6, 15.3cm high and a Crewe Lodge glass, 14.8cm high, six Edwardian liquor glasses, six cut glass hock glasses, eight sherry glasses, and eight tumblers. (69).
Lot 23A George IV silver mounted cut glass claret jug and stopper, in the form of a thistle, with unusual silver four spouted collar, Collingwood & Co, London 1936, 13 by 29cm high, together with a boat shaped cut glass bowl, 28 by 17 by 13cm high, and a circular form cut glass bowl, 25.5 by 10.5cm high. (3).
Lot 24A group of four Oriental figurines, a Hochst style Chinese lady carrying her wares, with cartwheel mark to base '3742', 16 by 11 by 19cm high, a Japanese boy playing with a ball, indistinct markings to base, 13 by 9 by 23.5cm high, a seated Chinese lady holding a bidcage, raised upon an octagonal form base, 8.5 by 13cm high, and a Japanese lady in pink kimono, unmarked base, 6.1 by 6.3 by 21.5cm high. (4).
Lot 27A collection of various ceramics and glass ware, including three Spode imari pattern tea cups, numbered 3254 to each base, 9 by 7.5 by 7cm high, a Mary Gregory style glass tumbler, a/f with chip to its rim, 5.6 by 10.5cm high, and a group of Japanese tea and coffee Satsuma style wares. (1 box).
Lot 31A group of three mid 20th century ceramic vases, comprising a Susie Cooper vase, with blue glaze and incised decoration of flowers, incided marks to base, 11 by 17.5cm high, an Empire ware vase of spherical form on three feet, speckled green, blue and yellow glaze, printed and impressed marks, 14 by 13.5cm high, and a squat ovoid vase, a/f missing cover, decorated by 'P. Green 1966' with green over cream glaze, 20 by 10cm high. (3).
Lot 34A group of Chinese and European ceramics, including a Chinese porcelain punch bowl, Qing Dynasty, late 18th century, polychrome enamel decorated with sprays of flowers, scale border to inner rim, a/f cracked and repaired with metal staples, 26.5 by 11.5cm high, a Coalport 'landscape view' dessert plate, circa 1900, painted with a highland lake scene to central reserve of 'Llaugharne Castle', with scalloped gilt rim, cobalt blue and gilt border, pattern number X6288, green printed factory mark, 23cmm, a pair of blue and white sleeve vases, in the style of Meissen, each 6 by 10.5cm, and a small tin glazed dish, decorated with a vase of flowers, 16.5cm. (8).
Lot 35Three pieces of Moorcroft pottery, comprising a Queen's Choice slender baluster form vase, with impressed marks to base for Emma Bossons, 10cm diameter overall, 15.5cm high, a ginger jar in Daydream pattern, with impressed marks to base for Sian Leeper, 11.5cm diameter, 15.2cm high, together with a Baluster form vase, marked as a second to its base, 12cm diameter, 23.5cm high. (3).
Lot 38A group of Derby porcelain items, comprising a campana style urn, circa 1820, with twin snake form gilded handles, decorated in the Imari palette, red painted factory mark, 13.5 by 17cm high, a shallow bowl of waisted form with scalloped gilt edge, circa 1795, decorated with sprays of cornflowers, puce painted factory mark, 19 by 4cm high, and a deep saucer, circa 1800, decorated with puce band and gilt borders, puce painted factory mark, 12.5 by 2.5cm high, together with an unmarked English porcelain slop bowl, decorated all over with floral springs and gilt borders, 16 by 7.5cm high. (4).
Lot 39A pair of Edwardian Crown Devon Fieldings painted ceramic plaques, by R. Hinton, each depicting two spaniel gun dogs looking at partridge and pheasant game birds in flight, one signed lower left, the other lower right, brown printed factory marks and painted number '0929' to backs, each 18 by 23.5cm, in gilt slip and wide oak frame, 34 by 39.5cm. (2).
Lot 40A group of over fifty collectables, including a Smiths eight day floating balance mantel clock with oval teak frame, 22.5 by 6.5 by 17.5cm high, a Smiths De Luxe travel clock and barometer in leather case, 16 by 8.5 by 2.8cm high closed, a Crummles & Co. English enamels lidded pot, with presentation box and booklet, 4.5 by 2.8cm high, a Royal Worcester ERII Golden Jubilee enamel trinket pot, 4.8 by 3.3cm high, a reproduction metal green painted stick stand, a set of kitchen scales various teapots, jugs, vases, mugs, dishes and ornaments. (2 boxes).
Lot 41A group of collectables, comprising a Medieval lead wall cramp from the Tower of Strasbourg Cathedral, with paperwork provenance, a white metal mounted drinking horn, Indian carved wooden and brass carving knife and fork set, a bamboo swagger stick, a set of bellows, and two wooden turned bars. (8).
Lot 45A collection of six detectorist finds, comprising two lead medieval seal matrixes, 3 by 0.6cm by 3.7 long and 1.8 by 0.3 by 3.3cm long, a medieval lead alloy harness pendant, 1.8 by 0.3 by 2.1cm long, a lead alloy medieval Pilgrims Ampulla, 3.8cm by 0.7 by 4.4cm long, a 16th/17th century lead alloy weight decorated with roses, 3.2cm diameter, 0.7cm thick, a medieval lead spinning whorl, 3.3cm diameter, 1.4cm thick. (6).
Lot 46A group of detectorist finds with possible Roman to medieval copper alloy items, comprising two first/second century copper Roman dolphin brooches, largest 4.5cm long, a Saxon silver pin, 3cm long, four medieval buckles, largest 5cm long, a medieval key. 4.3cm long, an Elizabethan era key, 3.2cm long, all with Portable Antiques Scheme reference numbers. (9).
Lot 47A collection of seven detectorist finds dating from 13th century and later, a 17th century cloth seal, 1.9 by 2.3cm, a small medieval quatrefoil form harness pendant, 1 by 1 by 0.5cm, a 16th century copper alloy button, 1cm diameter, 1.3cm long, a 16th/17th century copper alloy seal matrix, 1.8 cm oval, 3.2cm high, a 16th/17th century copper alloy button, 1cm diameter, 1.7cm long, a 17th/18th century lead cloth seal, 2.3 by 1.9 by 0.3cm, a lead medieval century pilgrim's badge, 1.3 by 2.2 by 2.3cm. (7).