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European Ceramics & Glass, Clocks, Barometers & Instruments, Pictures, Books & Prints, and Antique Furniture & Objects

Semley Auctioneers Live Webcast Auction 15 Sep 2018 10:30 BST

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  • Semley
  • Shaftesbury
  • Dorset
  • SP7 9AN
  • United Kingdom

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A 19th century Meissen allegorical figure, emblematic of taste, putto missing from base, incised model number 'Nr. 1042', underglaze blue blue cro...

Property of a deceased estate - eight pieces of 'New Chelsea' pattern tea ware decorated with pink roses & gilt, retailed by T. Goode & Co. Ltd., ...

Property of a deceased estate - a Wedgwood lilac jasperware pot pourri vase with pierced cover, impressed 'WEDGWOOD / MADE IN ENGLAND' and 'AW', 1...

Property of a gentleman - two 18th century Delft blue & white plates, the larger 12ins. (30.5cms.) diameter; together with a similar helmet jug, p...

Property of a gentleman - eight stoneware items, 19th / early 20th century, mostly Doulton, including a keg or spirit barrel with tap, 11.2ins. (2...

Property of a gentleman - an early 19th century pearlware Toby jug, modelled standing & holding a jug of frothing ale, inscribed 'Success to our w...

Property of a gentleman - three pairs of Victorian Staffordshire models of seated spaniels, together with another pair, and three singles, the tal...

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of Victorian Staffordshire figures including a pair of cow & calf groups, 7.3ins. (18.5cms.) high, and a pair...

Property of a deceased estate - a set of four Minton & Boyle Felspar Porcelain plates, circa 1836-41, each painted with a bird among peonies withi...

Property of a lady - a pair of Victorian Wedgwood blue jasperware two-handled vases, each 4.95ins. (12.5cms.) high; together with a Belleek Nautil...

Property of a lady - an early 19th century ironstone Japan pattern 25-piece part dinner service, blue printed Royal arms mark with red painted pat...

Property of a deceased estate - a collection of eleven Russian porcelain Easter eggs, late 19th / early 20th century, most painted with flowers, e...

Property of a lady - a Meissen Marcolini period figure of a cherub, titled to base 'Je decouvre tout', circa 1775, modelled by Michel Victor Acier...

Property of a deceased estate - a small Meissen floral encrusted porcelain cup & saucer, late 19th / early 20th century, blue crossed swords marks...

Property of a gentleman - a pair of Wemyss models of pigs, with black & pink painted decorations, with black painted marks Wemyss, chip to one ear...

Property of a lady - five assorted Continental ceramics including an 18th century Meissen plate, a late 19th century hexagonal tea-caddy, and a la...

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Royal Doulton 10-piece part dessert service, comprising a comport, an oval dish and eight plates, each pa...

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th century Continental majolica figure of a blackamoor, modelled standing and holding a bask...

Property of a lady - four Royal Worcester figures from the Victorian series, comprising LISETTE (model no. 3642 - number 179 of a limited edition ...

Property of a lady - a small group of ceramics comprising two Staffordshire models of rabbits on floral encrusted oval bases with gilt lined blue ...

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Dresden style porcelain figure of a shepherdess, restorations, underglaze blue crowned monogram mark, 5.8...

Property of a lady - a Doulton Lambeth stoneware water filter, decorated in relief with trailing flowers, 14.75ins. (37.5cms.) high (see illustrat...

Property of a lady - a small pair of late 19th century Vienna style porcelain vases & covers, each with two painted panels titled in red on the ba...

Property of a lady - a collection of ten Victorian Staffordshire models of seated spaniels, including three pairs, the tallest 6.4ins. (16.3cms.) ...

Property of a gentleman - a Dresden floral encrusted porcelain mug, late 19th / early 20th century, blue AR monogram mark, 6.4ins. (16.2cms.) high...

Property of a lady - a Naples porcelain figural group of chess players, underglaze blue crowned N mark, 8.65ins. (22cms.) high; together with two ...

Property of a lady - a Meissen porcelain figural group of a Shepherd & Shepherdess, after the model by Michel Victor Acier, 20th century, she miss...

Property of a lady - a collection of six Victorian Staffordshire models of dogs including a pair of porcellaneous models of seated spaniels and a ...

Property of a lady - a late Victorian floral painted blush ivory five piece dressing table set including a pair of candlesticks, one stem re-stuck...

Property of a lady - a late 19th / early 20th century Dresden porcelain tea-set, each painted with flowers within a green scale border, some damag...

Property of a lady - five assorted Victorian cups & saucers, including Mintons and Brownfield, all with diamond registration 'kite' marks; togethe...

Property of a lady - a large Victorian Staffordshire treacle glazed model of a seated cat, 11.6ins. (29.5cms.) high (see illustration).

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Coalport porcelain six-piece dressing table set, each painted with flowers within a pale blue border (6) ...

Property of a lady - a pair of Meissen garland figures, circa 1880, after the models by Michel Victor Acier, incised model number F.67, she with l...

Property of a lady - two 19th century Meissen swan groups, circa 1850, after the models by J.J. Kandler, each modelled as a swan with two cygnets,...

Property of a lady - a Mintons porcelain 28-piece part dinner service, with gilt Greek key borders, pattern number G329, first half 20th century (...

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of Royal Crown Derby table ware, mostly 'Derby Posies', approximately 55 pieces (see illustration).

Property of a deceased estate - a Royal Worcester bone china 'Blind Earl' pattern 19-piece part service, the largest dish 12.2ins. (31cms.) diamet...

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted porcelain comprising a pair of Portuguese Vista Alegre porcelain seaux, each 8.75ins. (22.2...

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of assorted ceramics & glass including a pair of Goebel models of fighting cocks & a large pottery model of a...

Property of a lady - a pair of early 20th century Meissen style cache pots, decorated with birds, underglaze blue italic AR marks, each 5.25ins. (...

Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted ceramics including three Beswick Beatrix Potter figures and commemorative mugs (a lot) (see illustrati...

Property of a lady - a pair of Edwardian brass & steel firedogs; together with two hearth tools; and a set of six Welsh pottery tapering mugs or t...

Property of a lady - three Goebel Hummel figures - 'Star Gazer' (model no. 132), 'Hear Ye Hear Ye' (model no. 15 / 0), and 'Good Friends' (model n...

Property of a lady - a large quantity of Denby 'Arabesque' pattern tableware, designed by Gill Pemberton, 1964-85, approximately 118 pieces (118) ...

Property of a lady - a quantity of assorted ceramics, mostly miniature cups & saucers, including Coalport, Shelley and Hammersley examples (a lot)...

Property of a deceased estate - a Royal Crown Derby imari Galapagos penguin paperweight; together with a similar bird paperweight; two Lladro figu...

Property of a lady - a set of ten late 19th century Mintons dessert plates, variously painted with flowers, three with a small rim chip (10) (see ...

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th / early 20th century Thomas Forester & Sons majolica monkey jug, 6ins. (15.2cms.) high (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - an extensive Royal Crown Derby 'Vine' pattern 77-piece dinner service, the largest meat-plate 17.3ins. (44cms.) long (77...

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