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Lot 2A good Japanese Satsuma pottery miniature teapot, in the style of Yabu Meizan, Meiji period, of compressed two part form, with basket handle, raised on three feet, the body decorated with autumnal maple trees, the leaves picked out in iron red enamels with gilt highlights, against a cream ground covered in a light crackled glaze, gilt border to waist, gilt and black geometric border to neck rim, the small spout with gilt highlight, rubbed gilt seal mark to base, 7.5 by 8cm high (4cm high with handle down)..
Lot 5Two Chinese mixed media pictures, early to mid 20th century, both with full length figures of Chinese men and women in traditional robes made from silk over card cut out sections with hand painted faces, shoes and other details, mounted onto a printed silk background, the first with four figures, each 26cm high, glazed and in a gilt highlighted black frame, 38.5 by 59cm, the second with three figures, each 18cm high, glazed and in a gilt and black highlighted red frame, 28.5 by 39.5cm. (2).
Estimate: £50 - £80
Lot 6A group of Chinese porcelain, comprising a pair of 18th century famille rose plates, of graduated form decorated with birds on a celadon ground, 22cm and 25cm, together with an early to mid 20th century rouleau vase, in famille verte palette, decorated with peonies in reserves against a fish scale ground, 28cm high, a/f all damaged, cracked and repaired. (3).
Lot 7A Chinese Export porcelain blue and white plate, late 19th century, decorated with temples in water gardens, diaper border, together with an English Victorian transfer printed plate in the same pattern, both 23.3cm in diameter, and a painted glass vase, of tapering square section form, on four gilt bun feet, decorated on two sides with birds, vine leaves and gilt bamboo poles, enamelled 'jewelled' borders to the edges, 10.5 by 10.5 by 22.5cm high. (3).
Lot 10Two Chinese embroidered satin cloud collars, early 20th century, Peking knot stitch, each with two layers of four parts, one with inner collar of blue and white flowers and butterflies on an orange ground, and an outer larger collar with white and gold flowers on a blue ground, dark blue borders throughout, approx 63 by 63cm, the other with inner collar of pink and white flowers and butterflies on blue ground, and an outer larger collar with white and pink flowers with multicolored leaves and butterflies on a pink ground, white patterned borders throughout, approx 60 by 60cm, a/f both in poor condition. (2)
Provenance: purchased Christie's Interior's, LSK, Lot 70, 10th December 2013..
Lot 11A collection of Masons Ironstone ceramics, decorated in the Mandalay pattern, including a mantel clock, 12.7 by 8.3 by 20cm high, table lamp, graduating jugs and vases, bowl, two cups and saucers, and a lidded vase and cover, together with a pair of Continental twin handled vases. (24).
Lot 13A group of vintage ceramics, comprising Swinnertons part dinner service, of six dinner plates, six bowls and a larger salad bowl, all in the Girl With Gramophone pattern, circa 1954, a large Burleigh Ware bowl, 41cm diameter, a set of three Royal Doulton and two Bristol graduated meat plates, a Spode Christmas Tree cake plate and a cheese wedge decorated with birds, a/f. (21).
Estimate: £40 - £60
Lot 14A group of ceramics, porcelain and glass items, comprising a Chinese famille rose tankard, a/f cracked, 9.3 by 14 by 12cm high, a Japanese Imari dish, impressed mark, a Japanese Imari fish shaped plate, a Victorian T&Co. tankard with printed Japanese scene, an Irami palette cylindrical tea canister, pattern 760, a pair of Copeland Late Spode children's plates decorated with toys, a Copeland blue and white transfer oval butter dish, a Coalport quatreform cabinet cup and saucer, gilt interior and highlights against dark blue ground, pattern A5896, a lustreware cup and saucer with printed mourning scene, a pink and white figural decorated Continental cabinet cup and saucer, and a glass flask and stopper with gilt decoration. (15).
Lot 15A group of 19th century and later English and Continental ceramics, comprising a pair of trumpet shaped vases, unmarked, the green reserves with rococo cartouche painted with Deutsche Blumen, with gilded highlights, 10cm tall, a Staffordshire type figure group of two pointer dogs, a Royal Doulton figurine, Betsy, HN2111, a Royal Doulton Bunnykins twin handled mug, and a miniature mug decorated with rosebuds and gilded highlights. (6).
Estimate: £40 - £60
Lot 17A Copeland late Spode part dinner service, mid 19th century, transfer printed in blue and white, including large soup tureen with domed cover and ladle, two mid sized tureens and covers, one small tureen, cover and ladle, additional ladle, a large meat dish, and various other dishes, stands, bowls, and plates. (23).
Lot 18An Edwardian Doulton Lambeth harvest ware jug, decorated with four relief cast panels with bust medallions and surrounding text reading 'For every ill beneath the sun, there is a remedy or none, if there is one then try to find it, if there is not then never mind it', impressed factory marks, a/f handle broken and repaired, 20cm high..
Lot 20Robert Tinnyunt (Burmese, b. 1940): a studio pottery vase, circa 1980, of squat ovoid form with twin small handles, impressed monogram 'TR', 36 by 29cm high.
Notes: Robert Tinnyunt came to England in 1962, and worked with David Leach 1967-1970 at Lowerdown Pottery, from 1970 onwards he set up his own workshop in Kingsteignton, Devon..
Lot 21Stephanie Kalan (British, 1909-1978): a studio pottery part coffee set, comprising seven coffee cups, seven saucers, a sugar bowl and a snack bowl, together with two matching tankards and water jug, all with blue glaze, marked S. Kalan to undersides, 15.5 by 15cm and smaller. (19).
Lot 24A group of matching studio pottery by Anna Lambert (British, b. 1957), comprising a pair of candlesticks of tree form, with branches ending in red berries around a central cup, each modelled with a sandpiper standing on the circular base, each 14 by 22cm high, and an asymmetric oval dish, sgraffito decorated and two with two relief panels of a blue tit amongst branches of red and white berries, possibly mistletoe, 38.5 by 25.5 by 4cm, all with incised AvL signature to bases. (3).
Lot 25Richard Godfrey (British, 1949-2014): a studio pottery ceramic bowl, circa 1980’s, the deep well with spiral moulded centre, wide fluted sides leading to a black rim, decorated in a graduating red to purple speckle glaze, with two sprays of red and black berries with green leaves and a section of black and white checkerboard to rim, the outside in an Art Deco style graduating peach to purple to peach speckle glaze with three relief bands, crackleure all over, inscribed signature to base, 27.5 by 10cm..
Lot 26A group of seven Victorian fairings, comprising The Night Cap, Going To The Ball Returning At One O'Clock In The Morning, The Wedding Night, Twelve Months After Mariage (sic), The Last In Bed To Put Out The Light, Sarah's Youngman, together with a figural ceramic match box and cover, with striker to base, a/f several with damage. (8).
Lot 27A Victorian Parian ware animal figure group entitled 'Retribution', depicting a large dog standing over a smaller hound, modelled by Daniel Chester French, 25 by 12 by 16cm high, together with a Parian ware oval box, the lid modelled as a sleeping child, and a Wedgwood oval, deep blue Jasperware box. (3).
Lot 33A group of five figurines and a moon flask, comprising Lladro figurine 'Pedro with jug' matte, 12141, 19.5cm, matching Lladro figurine 'Pepita with hat' matte, 12140, 18cm, a Bing & Grondahl figurine of a milkmaid pouring milk from a bucket into a pail, 2181, 21cm, a Royal Copenhagen figurine 'Amager Pige / Girl', 1251, inscribed by designer 'Lotte Benter', 19cm, a Royal Copenhagen figurine 'Girl with geese', 528, 18.5cm, and Royal Copenhagen blanc de Chine moon flask vase, cast in relief to one side with a profile of Hans Christian Andersen, named below, and a profile of a swan to the other side, 4217, 13cm. (6).
Lot 34A group of five Beswick horse figurines, comprising three palomino horses, one standing with repaired ear, 12 cm high, two with raised fore legs, one with head raised, 17cm high, the other with head bowed and with chipped ears and heavily crazed, 15cm high, a seated 'Another Star' horse figurine, 10cm long, and a standing brown and white horse, 16.5cm high. (5).
Lot 36A group of eight Beswick, Limoges and other porcelain items, comprising a four Beswick animal figurines, a Gloucestershire Old Spot piglet seated, 8.3cm high, a seated Bull Terrier, 11cm high, a Welsh Sheepdog, 18cm long, and two dachshunds, one 9.5cm long the other 10cm long, a small Limoges dressing table box, 5.5 by 4.5 by 4cm high, with six miniature glass scent bottles, a Nao figural group of a young boy and a girl, 16cm high, and a Soviet Union era seated white horse figurine, 14cm long. (8).
Lot 40A part set of Bing & Grondahl Seagull pattern tea service, comprising six gilt rimmed trios, four tea cups and saucers, a lone saucer, six tea plates, two mini bud vases and a cigarette holder, together with a Bing & Grondahl baluster form vase, 10.5 by 20cm high, and two pieces of Royal Copenhagen, a small vase, 7 by 10cm high, and a pin tray with the Strostrongbroen pattern, 13.5 by 8.5 by 2cm high. (1 box).
Lot 42A group of late 19th and early 20th century Royal Worcester ivory blush porcelain, comprising a pair of candlesticks, modelled in the rococo style, puce marks model number 1478, dated 1893 with registration number 160134, 22cm tall, two bud vases decorated with Hadley style roses, marked H C beneath, model numbers, 155, 9cm tall, and 286, 12 cm tall, both with green marks for 1908, a further bud vase, model number 779, 6cm tall, dated 1903 also marked in green and a twin handled bottle vase, number 1034, 9cm tall with puce marks dated 1909. (6).
Lot 43An early 19th century Derby porcelain tankard, decorated with a reserve of trees by a flowing river with a bridge and countryside to the distance, against a green ground, with gilded highlights, painted red factory mark to base, 11.5 by 11.5cm high, together with a 19th century Staffordshire frog loving cup, the moulded and painted decoration depicting spaniels picking up pheasants, with frog inside, 15cm high, and a porcelain tray decorated with flag irises, with brass galleried rim, 20.5cm. (3).
Lot 44A group of three Meissen porcelain items, each mid 20th century, each decorated in the 'Blue Onion' pattern, comprising a teapot, with rosebud finial and crabstock moulded handle and spout, 24 by 14 by 13cm high, an oval dish with wavy rim, 35.5 by 26.5 by 4.3cm, and a small dish with reticulated rim, 15.5 by 2.0cm, each with underglaze blue crossed swords and impressed factory marks, together with a Royal Copenhagen dish, early to mid 20th century, decorated in the 'Blue Fluted Plain' pattern, underglaze blue marks, 26.5 by 4.0cm. (4).