Lot 1: A collection of various Staffordshire flatbacks of dogs in various sizes, six in total.
A collection of various Staffordshire flatbacks of dogs in various sizes, six in total.
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A collection of various Staffordshire flatbacks of dogs in various sizes, six in total.
Two Imari dishes of scalloped form, both having a central cartouche of flowers, dia. 22cms.
Two Staffordshire figures, both depicting an oversized spaniel and child, painted in naturalistic colours.
A Lladro figure of a young girl in a nightdress, together with a Lladro figure of a goose and a Nao figure of young girl holding a night light.
A set of three Victorian graduated octagonal jugs with transfer printed floral decoration on a cream ground.
An antique Arabic papier mache plate, probably Persian painted with a Falconer wearing traditional robes, a hawk resting on his arm within a colourful sheltered garden the border of the plate with Arabic script, possibly early 19th Century.
A Victorian cake decoration made in icing sugar and depicting a gazebo.
A wooden rack display of six pewter bottle stoppers, each one depicting Arthurian characters.
A Staffordshire flatback spill vase depicting two Highlanders with a dog standing between them, together with a Victorian vase with applied strap work decoration.
A collection of blue and white china items by Booths in the Old Willow pattern, comprising dinner plates, side plates, gravy boat and others.
A collection of interesting items, to include a Victorian dish, the central panel transfer printed with a young maiden looking out to sea and displaying the word 'Hope', together with a miniature china jug, an antique white china jug in the form of a dog and a silver-plated teapot.
A Masons ironstone platter having transfer printed decoration of birds in the branches of a tree, together with an antique jug with hand painted decoration of pagoda and flowers.
A Wade Heath jug in the form of brick work column, the handle of naturalistic form and surmounted by a figure of a bird, together with a Sylvac rabbit and a Wade pin tray with a figure of a dog leaping over a log.
A pair of Satsuma ware vases depicting typical Oriental scenes, together with a vase depicting two birds on a branch with a black ground.
A pair of large Victorian Bisque porcelain figures depicting a gentleman and a lady in Georgian costume.
A pair of Bohemian glass brandy balloons with acid etched decoration depicting Continental buildings, together with a cranberry glass dish and a clear glass paperweight in the form of a frog.
A brass Lipton's advertising tea canister embossed 'British Empire Exhibition 1924', together with a two handled circular copper dish.
A collection of late Victorian and later clear glass items with hand painted decoration, comprising decanters, jugs and other items.
Two Mary Gregory style green glass items, comprising jug and bowl, both in attractive green glass with over painted floral decoration, the bowl bearing the place name 'Ramsgate'.
Two cranberry glass items, comprising a naturalistic formed stem vase with applied clear glass decoration and a bowl with applied clear glass frill edging.
A collection of vintage metalware items, to include a French pewter jug, a pair of brass candlesticks and a brass miniature ornament of a shoe.
A large Staffordshire flatback spill vase of a Highlander standing alongside his dog, together with two other large Staffordshire flatbacks and a Staffordshire figure of a gentleman.
A collection of five various crystal and cut-glass decanters, to include one of hexagonal form and one of circular form with a silver-plated collar and three others.
A Capodimonte resin figure of a lady in 1920's costume, together with a modern resin figure of two girls in Oriental style dress.
A collection of interesting items, to include a late 19th Century German mustache cup, a Wedgwood mug commemorating the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 and other items.
A Sarreguemines character jug of a bearded gentleman.
A Royal Worcester figure by F G Doughty entitled 'Grandmother's Dress', marked 3081 to base, together with a Royal Doulton figurine entitled 'Forty Winks', HN1974, COPR 1945.
A 3-piece silver-plated tea service of octagonal form, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug.
A pair of Victorian Bisque vases in the form of children being pulled by a goat.
An antique blue glass bottle of circular form and with bubble decoration.
A Victorian Majolica jug in the form of an upturned fish painted in naturalistic colours.
A 3-piece silver-plated tea service of stylish scalloped form, comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug.
An antique Majolica jug in the form of a monkey seated in a naturalistic setting.
A carved soapstone figure of a seated man, height 29cms.
A circular wooden box with dome top decorated with hunting scenes, plus a brass box decorated in an Eastern design.
A Murano glass figure of a clown, together with two Bristol blue glass bottles.
A circa 1930's 3-piece silver-plated tea set by Sheldon, comprising teapot, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug.
A collection of Royal Albert china items in the Old Country Roses pattern, to include a 3-tier sandwich plate, teapot, various plates and other items.
A carved wooden bust in profile of a Rastafarian man by Paul Walters 1988, this item won Mr Walter's first prize in the First International Woodcarving Competition at the CNA.
A Meissen pin tray of scalloped form decorated with pink flowers on a white ground, together with an attractive Continental porcelain cabinet cup and saucer and a miniature porcelain cello encrusted with overlaid floral decoration.
A fine antique silver plated butter spade with pierced intricate decoration and a silver plated butter dish the cover of fluted form and the tray with floral corners.
A 5-piece Newlyn Pottery tableware set designed by Eric Leaper, comprising four side plates and a rectangular tray in multi-colour glazes.
A green patinated bronze figure of a frog holding a bowl in one hand and a chamber stick in the other.
Two Oriental vases with hand painted decoration of birds, butterflies and flowers, on an ivory ground, together with a pair of famille vert vases of inverted baluster form with gilt work lions mask faux handles to either side and a modern Chinese painted vase.
Two Middle Eastern metal work and glass items, to include a vase of waisted form and a miniature carafe.
An Art deco style figural group after Demetre Chiparus of a lady in typical 1920's costume with two dogs at her side, height 13.5 inches.
An antique Majolica jug in predominantly greens and browns, together with a Royal Doulton bowl with pale blue decoration and depicting galleons at sea, plus an antique jug with decoration of an Oriental couple.
Two Continental porcelain figures, one depicting a lady with a bird in one hand and a bird cage in the other, the other figure depicting a boy holding a goat, plus a pair of porcelain figures of a gentleman and lady encrusted with overlaid flowers.
A collection of crested ware items, to include examples by Goss and Arcadian, examples include a fireplace with a black cat seated to the right hand side and the emblem for Keswick, an anthropomorphic figure of a cat playing tennis with the emblem for Sutton and other items.
A 1930's marbled green glass dressing table box with lid.
A set of six clear glass martini glasses with acid etched wheat and floral decoration.
A Royal Doulton dinner service in Nimbus pattern, including tureens, serving plates, teapot etc.
Two late 19th Century blue and white coffee cups with Willow pattern decoration, plus a Chinese pot and papier mache pot and a white metal necklace.
A small carved Irish bogwood box inscribed 'Blarney'.
An Indian brass art pot with swing handle engraved with figures, marked to base 'School of Art Jeypope', plus a silvered tray, a white metal jug and a brass dish.
A circa 1960's cocktail shaker, together with one other, a set of six cocktail glasses and two Irish coffee glasses.
A pair of Oriental pin trays with hand painted on transfer decoration depicting typical Oriental scenes, character marks to base, together with a Satsuma ware pot and cover depicting a teacher and his students in a classroom setting.
A collection of ceramic items, to include some Royal Albert Old Country Roses, some Royal Albert Dimity Rose and other items.
An ebonized desk stand inlaid with mother of pearl decoration and having five carved figures of elephants to each corner and to central inkwell.
A pair of Victorian pink and white glass lustres with gilt work and floral decoration and having clear glass drops, one A/F.