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Lot 1
A pair of Bursley Ware dragon vases, with yellow ground and decorated in bright enamel colours with chasing dragons, printed marks. Height 12 ins.

Sold for £52 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 2
A 19th century Char dish, transfer printed with "Char" to the rim, with hand over painting. Diameter 7.5 ins.

Sold for £260 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 3
A Waterford sherry decanter and six glasses, Powerscourt 690/124, the decanter with faceted stopper, elongated neck and club shaped body and raised on spreading foot, the glasses with cut bowls, knopped stems and lemon squeezer bases (see illustration).

Sold for £170 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 4
Six Waterford wine glasses, Powerscourt 690/124, with cut bowls, knopped stems and circular lemon squeezer cut bases.

Sold for £65 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 5
Six Waterford liqueur glasses, Powerscourt 690/124, with cut bowls, knopped stems and circular lemon squeezer cut bases.

Sold for £28 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 6
An Orrefors Skal bowl, designed by Lars Hellsten, 4384/14, boxed and with Harrods wrapping. Diameter 9 ins.

Sold for £55 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 7
A cut glass basket, with integral loop handle. Length 9.75 ins.

Sold for £22 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 8
An Edinburgh Crystal whisky decanter, of rectangular form, with faceted stopper, in presentation box, together with a single crystal highball glass.

Sold for £22 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 9
A pair of crystal ships' decanters, each with faceted stopper to cut glass body with lemon squeezer base.

Sold for £40 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 10
Three cut glass rose bowls, with fittings. Diameters 6 ins, 4 ins and 3.75 ins.

Sold for £25 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 11
A Victorian cut glass pickle jar, a pair of Victorian glass salad servers and a cut glass vase with flared rim.

Sold for £25 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 12
Six crystal sherry glasses, with five wine glasses to match.

Sold for £18 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 13
Six crystal highball glasses.

Sold for £50 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 14
Six crystal whisky tumblers.

Sold for £35 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 15
A Royal Doulton bone china part dinner service, Sherbrooke design, 49 pieces, six dinner plates, six dishes, oval flat dish, oval vegetable dish, tureen and cover, gravy boat and stand, six coffee cups and saucers, six tea plates, five teacups, six saucers, 9 inch plate and 8 inch plate.

Sold for £130 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 16
A Royal Doulton figure "Camilla", impressed "1935 Potted by Doulton & Co.", HN1711.

Sold for £300 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 17
A Royal Doulton figure "Kate Hardcastle", HN2028.

Sold for £120 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 18
A Beswick horse, brown gloss. 8.5 ins.

Sold for £40 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 19
A Beswick Majolica lamp base, incised with foliate designs, decorated in bright enamel colours. Height 19 ins.

Sold for £30 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 20
A Royal Doulton stoneware hunting jug, beige and brown with relief hunting and tavern scenes, silver mounted, Sheffield 1906, together with a Doulton Lambeth stoneware beaker with relief moulded hunting scenes, with silver mount to rim, London 1890 and a Doulton Lambeth three handled tyg, stoneware relief moulded with hunting scenes, with silver rim, Birmingham 1897. Heights respectively 8 ins, 5 ins and 2.5 ins (see illustration)

Sold for £120 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 21
A late Victorian Doulton Lambeth stoneware rhyme jug, relief moulded with the Glasgow crest, "Glasgow Let Flourish" and printed with rhyme "This is The Bell that Never Rang, This is The Tree that Never grew, This is the Fish that Never Swam, This is the Bird that Never Flew". Height 7.75 ins.

Sold for £55 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 22
A 19th century stoneware money box, with basket carrying handle and inscribed to the body "Hilda Whysell", height 8.25 ins, together with a Doulton Lambeth stoneware teapot with applied floral encrustations, length 7.5 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £100 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 23
A Doulton Lambeth commemorative jug, barrel form, for Queen Victoria's Jubilee 1897, "She Wrought Her People Lasting Good", impressed mark to base. Height 8 ins.

Sold for £38 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 24
A Doulton Lambeth relief moulded jug, with loop handle, depicting jovial friar scenes, printed marks to base. Height 8 ins.

Sold for £22 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 25
A Royal Doulton "The Old Sarum Kettle", made by Doulton's only for Watson & Co, Salisbury, height 10.75 ins, together with a smaller Doulton Lambeth jug manufactured for Watson & Co., Salisbury, height 5 ins.

Sold for £30 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 26
A 19th century stoneware lidded coffee pot, decorated in relief with a hare and pheasant, with scroll handle and spout, height 9 ins, together with a stoneware hunting jug, height 6 ins and a Doulton stoneware hunting beaker.

Sold for £22 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 27
Three salt glazed jugs, two with blue painted rims and sparrowbeaks with fox hunting scenes in relief, another blue with figures by Till & Sons. Heights respectively 3.25 ins and 3.5 ins.

Sold for £10 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 28
A 19th century stoneware jug, relief moulded with Egyptian scenes, together with two smaller jugs and a tankard decorated with fruiting vine, flowers and cherubs respectively. Heights from 5.5 ins to 2.75 ins.

Sold for £30 on 9th September 2010

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Lot 29
An early work by Naturecraft of Congleton Derbyshire, "Pandemonium" depicting a vet struggling to inoculate three piglets, hand painted stoneware, 1979.

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Lot 30
A Beswick huntsman on horse, second version, gloss, printed mark and impressed "Beswick, England 868". Height 10 ins (see illustration).

Sold for £180 on 9th September 2010

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