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The Warner Collection of British Delftware

Woolley & Wallis Live Webcast Auction 17 Sep 2019 10:30 BST

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  • 10:00 BST - 13:00 BST
  • 10:00 BST - 16:30 BST
  • 09:00 BST - 10:30 BST

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  • 51-61 Castle Street
  • Salisbury
  • Wiltshire
  • SP1 3SU
  • United Kingdom

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A Delft or German faïence charger c.1690, painted in blue with two Chinese figures in a garden setting, the wide rim with alternating panels of f...

Two delftware chargers c.1720-40, probably London, one boldly decorated in red, blue and green with insects in flight above flowering plants, the...

Two delftware chargers c.1700 and c.1740, one probably London and decorated in blue, yellow and red with a geometric sunburst design, the rim wit...

Three delftware bowls c.1740-60, probably London, one painted in bright enamels with flying insects and flowering branches within narrow yellow a...

Four delftware slop bowls mid 18th century, the smaller Bristol and painted in blue with flowering Oriental plants, one bowl Lambeth and painted ...

Three delftware bowls c.1760, in three sizes, all painted in blue, the largest with small huts beneath pine trees and beside rockwork, the next w...

Three delftware plates c.1740-70, probably London, one painted in green and manganese with a large bunch of grapes within a continuous border, an...

Three delftware plates c.1730-50, one probably Bristol and painted in blue, red and green with a bird standing beside flowering branches, another...

Three delftware plates c.1760, two of octagonal form, one attributed to Michael Edkins at Redcliffe Back Pottery, painted with a reclining fisher...

Three polychrome delftware plates c.1740-70, one painted with a Chinese figure holding out a leaf frond before a low fence, the border with leaf ...

Four Lambeth delftware dishes c.1740-50, probably William Griffith, two plates in different sizes, and two soup bowls, one with a scallop-edged r...

Six Lambeth delftware plates c.1780-90, painted in green, manganese and blue with a bunch of grapes on the vine suspended above a flared basket, ...

Three delftware plates c.1785-95, of 'Ann Gomm' type, painted in polychrome enamels with a seven-sided central motif radiating a formal floral de...

Four delftware plates and a charger c.1760, Bristol or Liverpool, two decorated in blue with oriental flowering plants, another with figures in a...

A near pair of Lambeth delftware plates mid 18th century, painted in bold polychrome enamels, each with a basket of flowers, the rim with floral ...

A large delftware charger and two punchbowls c.1740-80, the charger probably Liverpool and finely pencilled in pale blue with a flowering prunus ...

Three delftware shallow bowls c.1760-90, the largest painted in polychrome enamels with a central yellow flower, the everted rim with stylized le...

Four delftware shallow bowls c.1710-50, Lambeth and Bristol, two moulded with fluted and painted in blue with flower arrangements, two with scall...

A large delftware punch bowl c.1725, probably Brislington, boldly decorated in blue, red and green with panels of flowering branches reserved on ...

A rare delftware bowl c.1760, boldly painted in blue with the Dragon pattern, the large beast depicted to the well, with his tail folding over th...

A massive delftware punch bowl c.1760-80, of exceptional size, the interior painted in blue with an exotic bird perched on an ornamental fence be...

Two delftware bowls c.1750-80, the smaller probably Liverpool, inscribed in blue to the interior well with 'Success to trade & navigation', the e...

Two delftware bowls c.1730-50, the smaller painted in blue to the exterior with overlapping scales, raised on a slightly flared foot, the larger ...

Two delftware bowls c.1760, the larger polychrome, the smaller painted in blue, each with the same design of bold flowering oriental plants and b...

A pair of delftware slop bowls c.1740, each painted in polychrome enamels with a long-tailed parrot perched on a branch, and with insects in flig...

A delftware punch bowl c.1725-40, probably Bristol, the tall flared sides painted in red, blue and green with stylized flower sprays beneath semi...

Two Bristol delftware punch bowls c.1725-35, the deep forms with slightly everted rims, one painted in blue, red and green, the other in blue, e...

Six delftware plates mid 18th century, one painted in blue with peony beside an ornamental fence, another with figures in a Chinese island landsc...

Five delftware plates mid 18th century, including a pair of plates painted in polychrome enamels with flowering branches issuing from rockwork, a...

Three small Bristol delftware plates and two shallow bowls or dishes c.1740-50, all similarly decorated with low huts beside tall trees, the cave...

Five delftware plates c.1740-60, including Liverpool and Bristol, one painted in blue with chrysanthemum sprays, another with flowers in the Faza...

A rare delftware mug c.1740, probably London, the cylindrical form slightly waisted and decorated in an allover chequered design of green squares...

A delftware glass-bottomed mug c.1780-85, painted in blue with a maid pouring tea for a couple seated in a garden, the other side with three figu...

Two Delft mugs 18th century, of cylindrical form, one painted in polychrome enamels with flowering branches before a low fence, the strap handle ...

Two delftware coffee cups and a small mug or can c.1750-90, the can probably Lambeth and painted in the Ann Gomm manner with a demi hexagonal mot...

A small delftware jug c.1700-20, painted in red, green and blue with a bird in flight above flowering branches, the side handle with a blue dash ...

A delftware pickle dish c.1740-50, of leaf shape, painted in blue with a bird perched atop flowering branches, within a scroll border, and two de...

A delftware cream jug c.1760, the pear-shaped form painted in blue with a bird before flowering branches and rockwork, the rim with a formal bord...

Two delftware miniature teabowls c.1760, one painted in polychrome enamels with Oriental flower sprays, the other with stylized flowers beneath a...

A rare delftware stand or trivet c.1720-40, the flat circular form painted in blue with figures in a pagoda island scene, previously raised on th...

A Delft punch pot and cover late 18th or 19th century, finely painted in blue with pagoda landscapes featuring willow, pine trees and rockwork, th...

A small delftware spirit flask c.1730-50, probably English, the flattened circular form painted in blue, green and red, one side with a bird perc...

A delftware puzzle jug c.1740-60, probably Lambeth, the rounded body inscribed in blue with 'Here Gentleman Come try your skill, I'le hold a wage...

A Liverpool delftware puzzle jug c.1740-50, the rounded body inscribed in blue with 'From Mother Earth I take my birth, Am Made a Joke for Man, A...

Two delftware large plates or chargers c.1730-60, one Bristol and painted in blue with a three storey house with a smoking chimney, a figure punt...

A pair of delftware polychrome chargers c.1730, possibly London, painted in blue, red, yellow and green, each with a stylized central squirrel in...

Two delftware shallow bowls c.1760-70, one probably Abigail Griffith at Lambeth, painted in blue, green, manganese and yellow with a pagoda islan...

Three large tin-glazed chargers 18th century, one probably London delftware and painted in blue, green and red with insects in flight above flowe...

Two large delftware plates c.1730-40, one Liverpool and painted in blue with two cockerels beneath a bending spray of flowering prunus, the rim w...

Three delftware plates c.1760, painted in polychrome enamels, two with cranes amidst flowering branches, the last with low huts beneath fronded t...

Two delftware chargers mid 18th century, one painted in manganese with blue detailing, with a figure fishing beside rockwork and pine trees, with...

Two Lambeth delftware plates c.1740, both painted in red, yellow, green and blue, one with a seated Chinese boy between flowering branches, the o...

Four delftware plates c.1740-60, one Lambeth and painted in polychrome enamels with a jardiniere of flowers within a swag border, one Liverpool a...

Two Bristol delftware plates c.1740-50, Temple Back pottery, one painted in blue, the other in polychrome enamels, with a Chinese figure holding ...

Two pairs of delftware plates c.1740-50, one pair Bristol and painted in blue with a hut beneath a willow tree, the design echoed to the rim rese...

Four delftware plates c.1760-70, two Bristol and painted in blue with a figure fishing and two figures in a boat before a village landscape with ...

Four delftware plates c.1710-50, one of primitive shape and painted with figures in an island landscape within a panelled border, another with a ...

Three large Bristol delftware chargers .1760-70, one painted in blue with a tall pine tree flanked by huts, another with a figure fishing in an i...

A London delftware charger and a plate c.1725-35, both decorated in polychrome enamels with a long-tailed parrot perched atop a large yellow ring...

A garniture of three drug jars mid 18th century, consisting of two syrup jars and a dry drug jar, all decorated in blue with shaped cartouches su...

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