UPCOMING SALES

Antique & Fine Art Sale

Wednesday 14th June 10am

Viewing Sat 10th June 9am-12.30pm & Mon & Tues 12th & 13th June 9am-4.30pm


Toys & Collectors Sale

Saturday 23rd September
We are now collecting for this auction until the final date for entries of August 25th





Fine Wines, Port & Whisky

Friday November 17th
We are collecting for this auction until our final date for entries of 17th October







CATALOGUE

Summer Antique & Fine Art Sale

19-06-2013
Wednesday June 19th 10am

Viewing Sat 15th June 9am - 12.30pm, Mon & Tues 17th & 18th 9am - 4.30pm

Online bidding available for this sale through www.the-saleroom.com

(AR) indicates that this item may be a qualifying item for Droit de Suite Royalty charges.  The resale of works by living artists and those deceased up to 70 years before sale date is now subject to a 4% levy provided the net selling price is 1000 euros or over.  This is payable by the purchaser.


ORDER OF SALE


Morning Session commencing 10am
Ceramics & Glassware  Lots 1 - 117
Silverware  Lots 131-253
Coins, Watches & Jewellery Lots 261 - 377

Afternoon Session commencing 2pm
Pictures Lots 381 - 496
Works of Art & Textiles Lots 500 - 570
Clocks Lots 571 - 581
Garden & Architectural Lots 588 - 706
Furniture Lots 708 - 795
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1 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 150

A SET OF FIVE TOURNAI PORCELAIN SOUP PLATES, late 18th century, of plain dished circular form, painted in underglaze blue with flowering shrubs and rockwork, marked in underglaze blue, 9 1/2" diameter
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2 Estimated Price: 350-500 / Actual Price 750

A FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER PORCELAIN PART ARMORIAL SERVICE, c.1810/20, centrally painted with the crests of Coope and Dorman, and motto "Spes Nostra Deus", within a puce and gilt vine leaf border, comprising thirteen 9 1/2" plates, a 7" side plate, and a dessert dish (no crest and lacks cover) 9 1/2" wide, impressed and printed marks (15)
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3 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 230

A BOW PORCELAIN SAUCE BOAT, c.1765, of ribbed oval form, painted in polychrome enamels with summer flowers, 5 3/4" wide, 2 3/4" high over handle
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4 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 220

A PINXTON PORCELAIN SUCRIER, c.1810, of eliptical form with two bifurcated loop handles, painted in burnt orange, blue, pink and green with scattered flowers, unmarked, 7 1/2", 4 1/2" high over handles, together with a matching fluted coffee can, unmarked, 2 1/2" high (2)
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5 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 110

A GOLD ANCHOR CHELSEA PERIOD DISH, c.1760, of shaped circular form with pineapple moulded scroll rim, painted in polychrome enamels with summer flowers within a gilt "arrowhead" border, marked, ex "RFB Collection" label, 9" diameter
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6 Estimated Price: 250-350

A RED ANCHOR CHELSEA PERIOD MEAT PLATE, c.1755, of shaped oval form, painted in polychrome enamels with loose bouquets and scattered sprigs of summer flowers, unmarked, 14 1/4" x 11 1/2"
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7 Estimated Price: 180-250 / Actual Price 190

A BOW PORCELAIN FIGURAL CANDLESTICK, c.1770, modelled as a putto kneeling with his arms outstretched to a bird perched amidst flowering bocage, a dog recumbent amongst flowers, on a gilt highlighted scroll base, the original metal sconce with tulip shaped nozzle and pierced drip pan, dagger and anchor mark, 9 1/2" high
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8 Estimated Price: 80-120 / Actual Price 100

A DOCUMENTARY STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE JUG, c.1800, of baluster form, on-glaze printed in brown and overpainted in colours with a panel enclosing shepherdess, shepherd and two sheep, and a further panel with a fisherman beside a bridge and church tower, below a flower and leaf border, main print signed "John Aynsley, Lane End", 6" high
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9 Estimated Price: 120-180 / Actual Price 120

A WEDGWOOD CANEWARE GAME-PIE DISH, cover and liner, c.1870, of tapering oval form, moulded and applied with hanging game birds and swags of fruiting vines, the cover with hare handle, impressed marks, 10 1/4" wide
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10 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 80

A DERBYSHIRE SALTGLAZE STONEWARE TOBACCO BOX AND COVER, mid 19th century, of hexagonal form, moulded as a cottage ornee with shingled roof and chimney finial, unmarked, probably Briddon, 4 3/4" x 3 1/4", 5 1/2" high, together with a dark brown saltglaze stoneware model of a recumbent lion on a shaped plinth, 7 1/2" wide, 4" high (2)
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11 Estimated Price: 200-300 / Actual Price 240

AN ENGLISH CREAMWARE MUG, c.1800, of cylindrical form, with plain loop handle, on-glaze printed in black and overpainted in polychrome enamels with "A Private Cossack", seated astride his galloping steed with two other figures beyond, titled, numbered 33 in brown, 4 3/4" high
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12 Estimated Price: 100-150

A SUNDERLAND EARTHENWARE FROG MUG, mid 19th century, of cylindrical form with plain reeded loop handle, printed in underglaze black with a ship's portrait and verse "Peace and Plenty", within pink and splash lustre borders, and with brown painted frog, 4 1/2" high
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13 Estimated Price: 120-150

A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE COFFEE POT AND COVER, early 19th century, of baluster form, on-glaze printed in brown and overpainted in colours with chinoiserie figures beside an arbour, ex. "B.D. Griffin Collection" label, 10 1/4" high, together with a black basalt coffee pot and cover with engine turned bands, leaf moulded with vermiculae moulded spout, unmarked, 10 3/4" high (2)
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14 Estimated Price: 300-400 / Actual Price 280

A FRENCH PORCELAIN CHOCOLATE CUP, COVER AND SAUCER, late 19th century, the flared cylindrical cup, cover and en-trembleuse saucer painted in polychrome enamels with panels enclosing couples and landscapes, all on a raised gilt scroll highlighted cobalt blue ground, cup indistinctly signed, cup and saucer bear Sevres mark on-glaze blue, saucer 6 1/4" diameter, cup 5 1/2" high
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15 Estimated Price: 180-250

A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER PORCELAIN MASK JUG, c.1765, of cabbage leaf moulded baluster form, printed in underglaze blue with "Natural Sprays Group" pattern, hatched crescent mark, 9 1/4" high
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16 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 100

A SET OF TEN RIDGWAY IRONSTONE SOUP PLATES, c.1810, of shaped circular form, printed in underglaze blue and over painted in gilt with rockwork and shrubs, printed mark, 10 1/2" diameter
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17 Estimated Price: 300-500 / Actual Price 290

A CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN CABERET SET, 1884, printed and overpainted in the Imari palette with pattern No.198, and comprising octagonal teapot, sugar basin and milk jug all with lift off covers with pierced scroll knops, four tea cups and saucers and a canted oblong tray with lug handles, painted marks in blue, tray 19" wide (Illustrated)
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18 Estimated Price: 1500-2000 / Actual Price 1500

A FRIEDERICH GOLDSCHEIDER EARTHENWARE BUST, late 19th century, of a Nubian female, wearing a head-scarf with "coin" fringe, open necked blouse and shawl, her arms outstretched and holding a shell dish, on a waisted square socle, cold painted in typical dark colours, impressed marks, 22" high (Illustrated)
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19 Estimated Price: 100-150 / Actual Price 200

A LEEDS POTTERY CREAMWARE BUST OF SHAKESPEARE, late 19th century, on a swept oblong socle, impressed mark, 12 1/2" high
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20 Estimated Price: 150-200 / Actual Price 160

A COLLECTION OF LEEDS POTTERY RETICULATED CREAMWARE, late 19th century, comprising a pair of candlesticks with colonnade sockets, 9" high, together with an inverted baluster hexagonal vase and cover, 10 1/2" high, impressed "Leeds Pottery", and a similar unmarked lobed oval dish, 10 3/4" wide (4)
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