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Lot 1

Lot 1
A pair of 18th century continental ware vases, decorated with rabbits, deer, a bull and birds, in typical Majolica colours. Height 9 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £230

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Lot 1
RUG (8437)

Sold for £250

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Lot 2

Lot 2
A collection of blue and white transfer printed wares, including ashette, length 15.5 ins, Wedgwood Fallow Deer plate, unmarked plate decorated with a pastoral scene, each diameter 10 ins, a Clews Stone China plate and another unmarked with boating scene, each diameter 8.5 ins, a semi china small plate with three span bridge and a Copeland Spode Tower pattern plate, diameters respectively 6.5 ins and 5.5 ins.

Sold for £22

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Lot 3

Lot 3
An early 19th century Spode transfer printed shallow dish, circa 1805-1810, in the Lucano pattern impressed "Spode 42" and printed mark also, together with another Spode shaped dish impressed "Spode 42" and decorated with Chinoiserie scenes. Each length 9.5 ins.

Sold for £90

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Lot 4

Lot 4
A collection of blue and white transfer printed wares, including Spode Willow pattern sauce boat, sauce boat stand with mill scene, Spode Italian bowl and Masons Patent Ironstone vista pattern shaped bowl.

Sold for £20

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Lot 5

Lot 5
Three 18th century Delft tiles, one depicting a humorous courting scene, one a ship and one floral, together with three Delft ship tiles marked verso "Made in Holland".

Sold for £105

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Lot 6

Lot 6
A Sevres dish circa 1766, of shaped outline, painted with floral sprays and with gilt rim, interlacing L marks and bearing label "Painted by Vavasseur" (see illustration).

Sold for £80

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Lot 7

Lot 7
Three pieces of Worcester porcelain, including polychrome teacup decorated with exotic birds and insects bearing fret mark, together with a polychrome coffee cup painted with a rose and butterfly circa 1765 and a blue and white under glaze blue saucer with crescent mark and capital letter E (see illustration).

Sold for £230

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Lot 8

Lot 8
Three Worcester tea bowls, each decorated against the cream ground with blue and gilt, two with moulded bodies and each with crescent mark (see illustration).

Sold for £70

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Lot 9

Lot 9
A Chelsea Derby period tea bowl and saucer, polychrome, decorated with floral swags and gilding, gold anchor and D script mark, bearing label "Tea Bowl Painted by Banford (B.1758 Berkley) circa 1785, together with a polychrome Worcester tea bowl.

Sold for £160

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Lot 10

Lot 10
A Bishop and Stonier part dessert service, comport and four plates, each hand painted with a rural scene including Buttermere, Eagles Nest Killarney, Kilchurn Castle and another. Each diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £10

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Lot 11

Lot 11
A Victorian table centre, decorated against the white ground with floral sprays to blue border heightened with gilding, width 13.5 ins, together with a scallop shaped bowl similarly decorated with hand painted floral sprays. Width 9.5 ins (see illustration)

Sold for £110

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Lot 12

Lot 12
A Flight Barr & Barr Worcester armorial plate, with gilt rim to vine leaf border, with pale blue ground with armorial to centre, impressed mark "FBB" with crown above. Diameter 9.5 ins.

Sold for £50

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Lot 13

Lot 13
A 19th century English oval plate, with gilt rim , decorated to the centre with autumn fruits and with panels to border. Length 11 ins.

Sold for £55

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Lot 14

Lot 14
Two 19th century teacups with saucers, decorated respectively with a three arch bridge with figures over river and hand painted floral sprays heightened with gilding and with royal blue ground, one by "Ye Olde English Grosvenor China Jackson & Bolsing Longton, England" the other Crown Staffordshire.

Sold for £10

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Lot 15

Lot 15
A Chelsea Derby tea bowl with saucer, with gilt rim to white ground with black gilt and pink bellflower swags to both cup and saucer, gold anchor and D mark, together with another similar tea bowl only (see illustration).

Sold for £130

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Lot 16

Lot 16
Two cups and saucers, 19th century English, each intricately decorated with floral sprays to white ground and heightened with gilding, one for tea the other coffee.

Sold for £58

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Lot 17

Lot 17
A Derby trio, circa 1782-1800, puce painted mark, each piece with gilt rim to blue and black floral swags to white ground.

Sold for £120

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Lot 18

Lot 18
A Newhall teacup with saucer, pattern number 1453, together with a Newhall coffee can "Tree of Life" pattern, circa 1805.

Sold for £35

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Lot 19

Lot 19
A tea bowl and saucer, hand painted with floral sprays to white ground with gilt rim, together with a coffee cup and saucer painted with floral swags and ribbons to white ground in polychrome and with gilt rim.

Sold for £85

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Lot 20

Lot 20
Two Derby figurines, male and female, boy carrying sticks, female with corn, each painted against the white ground and heightened with gilding, with patch marks to each base. Height 6.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £170

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Lot 21

Lot 21
A Derby figure, a man riding a goat, the goat holding a flat iron in its mouth, the male figure with pannier to back, blue printed mark beneath. Height 5 ins.

Sold for £75

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Lot 22

Lot 22
A collection of three 19th century coffee cans, one painted with a country house, two blue and white, one marked "Felspar Porcelain", the tea cup and saucer with floral sprays and gilt rim.

Sold for £48

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Lot 23

Lot 23
Two figurines, one a lady in standing pose holding a scroll, under glaze blue letter "R" to base, the other a male figure holding basket of flowers with blue printed crown with letter "K" beneath. Heights respectively 8.5 ins and 9.5 ins.

Sold for £50

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Lot 24

Lot 24
Three pieces of Sevres porcelain, shallow bowl decorated with floral sprays and with gilt rim, a tea bowl (possibly Samson) and a cup and cover painted with an exotic bird panel to either side against the blue ground heightened with gilding. Bowl diameter 9.5 ins, cup and cover height 4 ins.

Sold for £165

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Lot 25

Lot 25
A collection of five plates, Chamberlain's Worcester, three Derby and one continental.

Sold for £40

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Lot 26

Lot 26
A Royal Doulton dinner service, "Royal Gold", comprising six dinner plates, six side plates, six small plates, six soup bowls each with stand, two lidded tureens, sauce boat and stand.

Sold for £205

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Lot 27

Lot 27
A collection of Derby and Worcester tea and coffee wares, comprising Derby tea cup and saucer and three coffee cans, blue white and gilt, each with red printed mark, together with a Barr Flight & Barr coffee can, another coffee can, teacup and saucer.

Sold for £75

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Lot 28

Lot 28
A pair of Portuguese decorative porcelain plates, each with painted exotic bird on branch to cream ground with gilt rim. Diameter 8.5 ins.

Sold for £10

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Lot 29

Lot 29
A Worcester polychrome teapot, painted with floral sprays and bellflower to the bullet shaped body. Length 6.5 ins, height 4.75 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £220

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