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The Fine Sale & Specialist Collectors (Toys & Models)
The Fine Sale & Specialist Collectors (Toys & Models)
Lot 1A rare Beswick model of a Huntsman, style two, standing, model 1501, designed by Arthur Gredington, issued 1958-1962, the figure with red jacket holding a whip, mounted on a rocking horse grey gloss horse, a/f back right leg broken and repaired, circular black 'Beswick England' stamp to base, painter's number '94' to front left hoof, and 'K' to front right hoof, 22.5 by 7 by 20.5cm high..
Lot 2A group of Beswick and Royal Doulton figurines, comprising a Beswick pig 'Ch Wall Ch Boy 53', a Beswick grey setter dog, a Royal Doulton setter dog, DH1051, a Royal Doulton bulldog, HN1079B, and a further unmarked setter and rough collie 'lassie' dog, largest 33 by 7 by 19.5cm. (6).
Lot 4A rare group of six Fulham Pottery Winnie-the-Pooh figurines, mid 20th century, modelled as Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, Christopher Robin, and Kanga (with Roo in pouch), with incised titles to front of integral green glazed bases, a/f with various breaks and repairs, unmarked, Christopher Robin 24cm high, Pooh 12cm high, Piglet 7cm high. (6).
Lot 5A Carl Thieme model of a Jay (Eichelhäher), mid 19th century, modelled after Meissen standing on a branch leaning forward with beak open looking to it's right, the naturalistic branch with applied flowers and moulded knots, painted in enamels, painted title to lower edge of base 'D. Eichelhäher' in purple, underglaze blue cross mark with T above, impressed model number 407, 20.5cm high..
Lot 6A 19th century porcelain twin handled vase and cover, possibly Coalbrookdale, moulded and applied flowers, decorated with reserves of buildings in landscapes, 23 by 15 by 41cm high, together with a Continental figural candlestick, decorated with cherubs playing and cornucopia supports, blue crossed swords mark, 10 by 25 by 32.5cm high. (2).
Lot 7A pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty, early 18th century, famille verte lidded chawan, tea or rice bowls, the lids and bodies of both painted with fish, foliage, peonies and ribbons, each with painted red six character mark to base, bowls 11.3 by 6.1cm, lids 10 by 3cm, together with a Chinese Qing Dynasty, 19th century, tea bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with a continuous landscape scene with figures, inner rim with diaper border and rock spray to centre, four character mark to base, 10.3 by 6.2cm. (3).
Lot 8A large Chinese Ming style blue and white dish, probably early 20th century, decorated in underglaze blue heaped and piled style with two long tailed parrots perched on branches eating peaches, inside a mixed floral and fruit spray border, the exterior decorated with Lingzhi scroll, underglaze blue apocryphal horizontal Xuande mark below outer ring, 55cm across and 10cm high.
Heavily potted, some firing faults and imperfect glaze showing the clay beneath, otherwise in good condition with no cracks or major damage, some wear and small chips evident.
Provenance: Private local collection inherited by decent..
Lot 9A Wedgwood part dinner and tea service, decorated in the Colchester Pattern, eight place settings, comprising eight dinner plates, 27.5cm, eight tea plates, 20.5cm, eight side plates, 15.5cm, eight dessert plates, eight teacups, eight saucers, eight coffee cups, eight saucers, teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug, two vegetable dishes, sauce boat and liner, and meat plate. (71).
Lot 17A collection of Chinese porcelain, including three Chinese Republic era tea pots, each painted with figures or foliage and inscribed with Chinese text, two with red character marks to bases and one with wax customs seal to base, 15.5 by 9.5cm and smaller, together with two similar Chinese Republic dishes painted with vases of flowers, red character marks to base, and a 19th century bowl, two reserves to the body painted with scenes of family life and surrounded by underglaze blue patterned ground, a/f cracked and repaired, 23.5 by 10.5cm. (6).
Lot 18A Chinese Ming dynasty, funerary offerings box in the form of a chest, 16th / early 17th century, 14 by 8 by 9cm, together with a late 19th century Japanese satsuma koro, beehive pierced detailing encircling flora painted and gilded reserves, lacking original lid, a Japanese satsuma pot decorated with irises, a blanc de chine Fo Dog, three moulded glass Chinese snuff bottle, a bone and horn snuff bottle ad a late 19th century imari vase lid. (10).
Lot 19A collection of modern Chinese Canton porcelain, including a pair of tureens with covers, a gravy boat with stand, a second smaller sauce boat and a shaped dish, all decorated with flowers and butterflies in pink and green, together with a 20th century floral enamelled dish, largest 26.5 by 21 by 9.5cm. (7).
Lot 20A Chinese Export porcelain tankard, Qing Dynasty, late 18th century, decorated with a gilt bordered reserve of a brightly coloured bird amongst foliage, five further smaller reserves of butterflies and insects, against a blue underglaze scale pattern ground, gilt rim and handle detail, 12cm..
Lot 23An Art Deco Royal Doulton part coffee set, circa 1930, decorated in the 'Honesty' pattern with a band of flowers against a white ground, H 1751, printed and overpainted, comprising teapot of slender form, 19cm, small twin handled sugar sugar bowl, 4cm, helmet shaped cream jug, 10cm, six cups, 5.5cm, and six saucers, 11.3cm. (15).
Lot 24An Art Deco cased Noritake and silver coffee set, comprising six coffee cans and six saucers, decorated in orange lustre ground with gilt reserves of Asiatic pheasant and black borders, together with six silver spoons with green oval painted finials, Birmingham 1930, cans 5.5cm, saucers 11cm, case 39 by 33 by 10cm..
Lot 25An Art Deco Sadler OKT42 novelty tea pot, decorated with silver lustre against a ground, five-hole strainer and seven bar radiator grille variant, impressed 'Made in England Registered No 820236 to base, 23cm, together with three pieces of Clarice Cliff, comprising a Bizarre series, Wilkinson Ltd, milk jug, late 1930s, Bonjour shape, decorated with concentric green, orange and brown bands, Regd No 776243, 6cm, a Wilkinson Ltd beehive honey pot, decorated in the Pink Pearls pattern, 7.5cm, and a Newport Pottery water jug or pitcher, decorated with moulded autumnal leaves and ribbed decoration, in green and blue glazes, shape number 41A to base, 19cm. (4).
Lot 37A collection of 19th century cabinet teacups and saucers, including a Royal Crown Derby teacups and saucers, decorated in Imari style, pattern 2451, two small Davenport teacups, each decorated in Imari style and raised on three gilt ball feet, a Copelands trio, a Copeland Garrett teacup and saucer, a Royal Worcester teacup and saucer, pattern W2786, and a Sitzendorf teacup and saucer with painted and encrusted floral decoration. (23).
Lot 38A collection of 19th and 20th century Wedgwood Jasperware, comprising two jardineres, 21 by 19cm, a cheese dome, 22 by 15cm, a circular stand, the border with moulded bees, 32 by 3cm, a circular stand for a cheese dome, with moulded acorns and oak leaves, 27 by 5cm, a silver mounted tyg, 9cm, a silver mounted cylinder vase, 12cm, and a trumpet shaped vase, 12.5cm. (8).
Lot 40A collection of late 18th and early 19th century porcelain cabinet teacups and saucers, comprising a Worcester First Period tea bowl and saucer decorated in the Fence pattern, a Derby coffee can, teacup and saucer, circa 1820, a New Hall teacup and saucer, a Grainger & Co Worcester teacup and saucer decorated with a dragon, and a Caughley tea bowl and saucer, circa 1830, decorated in the Pagoda pattern with gilt highlights. (11).
Lot 42Two Moorcroft Pottery vases, one of baluster form, decorated in the 'Simeon' pattern, impressed key date mark for 2000, painted and impressed factory marks, 18 by 23.5cm high, the other of ovoid form, decorated in the 'Anemone' pattern, impressed bell date mark for 1991, painted and impressed factory marks, 18 by 16.5cm high. (2).
Lot 43A Moorcroft Pottery garniture of three vases, decorated in the 'A tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh' pattern, two of slender baluster form, shape 75/10, impressed mushroom date mark for 2002, 11 by 27.5cm, and one of waisted form, shape 159/10, impressed mushroom date mark for 2002, 12 by 25.5cm. (3).
Lot 47A Royal Crown Derby bone china decorative bell, late Victorian, decorated in Imari style with iron red flowers, moulded and gilt highlighted bands, printed factory mark, painted 927 and 2444 pattern number, with white clapper suspended on a ribbon, dated 1897, 10 by 17cm high, together with a Royal Crown Derby trio, in Imari pattern 2451, dated 1914, printed and impressed factory marks, plate 15.5cm, saucer 14cm, cup 9 by 4.5cm, and 19th century Derby pot pourri, Stevenson and Hancock period, circa 1865, modelled as a basket, raised on three feet, decorated in Imari style, 8 by 9cm. (6).