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Lot 135

A circa 1840 Aubusson cartoon seat panel design depicting gentleman drinking from a bottle, within an oval, oil on paper, housed on a modern stretcher

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Lot 367

A collection of modern painted Toleware style items by Lady Daphne of London including bottle holders, trinket boxes, vases etc (fourteen items), together with a collection of modern leather photograph frames, a vintage telephone and an OKA black picture support/easel

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Lot 520

A box containing various painted lead soldiers, Britains and others, together with various trees, etc (very play worn), a four funnel steam ship model in a bottle together with a four masted model sailing ship in a bottle and a glass paperweight inscribed "MS Saga Rose the farewell voyage October 30th - December 6th 2009 Southampton-Southampton" and a Johnston's three-miles-two-inch map of England and Wales in 25 sheets, leather cased

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Lot 532

A collection of various corkscrews, bottle openers including a "The Wade Syndicate Barman's Friend", a champagne tap, a Monopole corkscrew and another similar

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Lot 544

A Wenger penknife, a collection of corkscrews and bottle openers, a set of 50 cigarette cards of soldiers uniforms and 49 of vintage cars, a pair of Silver Jubilee wine glasses with engravings of the Queen and Prince Philip and a set of Britain's first decimal coins CONDITION REPORTS It is not known whether the penknife is a watchmaker's penknife though its proportions would suggest probably not as all pieces too "chunky". Please see images for further details.

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Lot 620

MARY FEDDEN "Fruit, Fish and Bottle" still life study, watercolour, signed and dated 1993 lower right (provenance: Beux Arts, Bath) (ARR) CONDITION REPORTS Overall good condition with wear and tear commensurate with age and use. See photos for more details. Image size approx 35 cm wide x approx 29 cm high.

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Lot 99

A silver plate conical saddle flask by James Dixon & Sons with removable beaker, 25.5cmH; together with a cut glass saddle flask of bottle form with removable beaker and brass swivel top, 28cmH

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Lot 94

A silver and crocodile leather hip flask with hinged top by Barrett & Thompson, Birmingham 1914, 13.5cmH, together with a small early 20th century glass flask or bottle with silver top, in a cushioned leather carry case with silver clasp, marks indistinct, retailed by Cross, London, mark to base of case, 11.5cmH

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Lot 290

BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE BRUT VEUVE A DEVAUX

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Lot 12

Ceramics - a matched pair of Samuel Alcock single handled vases with gilded Persian style flowers on vivid blue and orange ground; a pair of Greek revival bottle vases; a Doulton stoneware wavy edged vase; a Crown Devon vase; a Masons Oriental vase; etc

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Lot 14

A large Art Deco style cut glass shouldered perfume bottle; another similar, etched glass, stopper depicting classical maiden flanked by cherubs; a large Murano type perfume flask, stylised bird on naturalistic outcrop; an Art Deco style perfume bottle, moulded cornflower blue glass, etc (10)

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Lot 170

A plated wine bottle holder, in the form of a gun carriage

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Lot 1059

A Chinese porcelain Canton famille rose four piece bedroom set, 19th century, comprising a large wash bowl, a bottle vase or flask, a rectangular box and cover and a covered soap dish and stand, enamelled with shaped reserves with figures on terraces and birds amidst flowers, on a gilt ground with enamelled scrolling foliage and butterflies, the borders with bats in flight, the bowl 18¾in. (47.5cm.) diameter, the vase 16in. (40.75cm.) high. (4)* Condition: Some gilt wear to all pieces.- Vase with two tiny frits and some glaze flaking to rim.- Bowl with some wear to enamelling to well and large crack from rim, with small chip from near top of crack and star crack to lower part of vertical crack.- Box: Glaze chips to two corners of lid. - Soap dish: Small triangular piece has been off edge of cover and has been glued. Kiln dust to glaze to interior. Weat to enamelling to centre of stand. Chip and hairline crack to rim of dish.

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Lot 1093

A Chinese carved cameo glass snuff bottle, of flattened pear form, the dark spinach green and white opaque glass finely carved to each side with a water fowl, water lily and flaming pearl, with domed celadon glass stopper, 2 1/8in. (5.3cm.) high.* Condition: Good, with no faults. No spoon to stopper.

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Lot 1095

A Chinese carved horn snuff bottle, probably 19th century, of flattened baluster form, carved to both sides with a bixie, with domed horn stopper, 3¼in. (8.25cm.) high.* Condition: Small chip to edge of neck. Stopper lacks spoon. No other faults.  

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Lot 1097

A Chinese carved celadon jade snuff bottle, probably Qing Dynasty, of plain, flattened ovoid form, in pale celadon jade with faint white mottling, with floral white metal stopper, 2½in. (6.3cm.) high.* Condition: Good, with no faults.  

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Lot 1100

A Chinese carved tiger's eye snuff bottle, of high shouldered, flattened ovoid form, carved with a figure on a sampan on a mountain lake, the other side with four ducks amidst reeds, with domed, celadon glass stopper, 5.9cm. high.* Condition: Good, with no faults.  

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Lot 1103

A Chinese carved cameo glass snuff bottle, probably early 20th century, of flattened ovoid form, in cobalt blue over opaque white glass, carved with monkeys playing in a fir tree, 7.2cm. high, lacks stopper.* Condition: Lacks stopper. No other faults.  

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Lot 1104

A Chinese carved mottle celadon jade snuff bottle, probably 19th century, with faint russet inclusions, of double gourd form, carved with fruiting vines, 2½in. (6.4cm.) high, lacks stopper.* Condition: Tiny frit to rim, possible ground chip to ther side. Lacks stopper. No other faults.  

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Lot 111

A George II silver five bottle cruet stand, Augustine Courtauld I, London, 1735, of flower shaped form, with five main rings of varying sizes with two small rings attached to the sides, heavy gauge silver, raised on scroll supports with five hoof feet and a large central handle, the handle engraved to lower with coat of arms, weight 31.4 tr.oz., 8in. (20.3cm.) high, fitted with a matched cut glass footed mustard pot with silver mounts, three other cut glass bottles and a silver pepper pot. *Condition: Stand in very good condition, silver pepper in excellent condition, cut glass pieces all a/f. 

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Lot 1115

A Chinese bronze garlic head bottle vase, probably Han Dynasty (206BC-220AD), the compressed globular body below a waisted neck with swollen garlic head rim, raised on a slightly flared foot, the base with loop to centre, the exterior with mineral encrustation in various colours, some traces of gilding, 14½in. (37cm.) high.* Provenance: Michael Goedhuis, gallery label to underside, stock no. Y 4057.** Condition: Three shallow dents to widest part of body. Above one is a very old split to bronze, which has been well repaired, with a small filled hole to the lower section of split (filler is visible under UV). Small dent with deep scratch to centre to centre of neck. Wear to mineralised encrustation to one side of mouth.

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Lot 1293

An extremely rare novelty Franz Bergman cold painted frog bottle top, Austrian, late 19th century, very unusual, the frog is climbing a rope and it's head is breaking out through the bottle top, it's designed to stand on top of a clear bottle, which displays the frogs top half, but also the legs climbing the rope, the underside of lid shows the makers mark "B" within a double handled vase/urn, comes with custom made clear glass tube on wooden stand for display, 2 3/8in. (6cm.), without display. *Condition: in excellent condition, with most of it's paint.

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Lot 1304

A novelty champagne bottle propelling pencil and lighter combination, the pull off base opening to reveal the lighter and well, marked "Utica Co Montreal Patent Pend. Allemagne" to the underside, the top of the bottle with twisting propelling pencil, 3 1/8in. (8cm.) long. *Condition: in very good condition, with light wear to plate, working.

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Lot 1344

A novelty Schuco perfume monkey, c.1920's, in cinnamon plush, felt hands, feet and ear's, removable head, revealing glass perfume bottle with cork stopper, 4 7/8in. (12.5cm. tall.* Condition: In very good condition, with no faults.

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Lot 1348

A small collection of smoking related novelty collectables, comprising of a boxed 'Photo Flash' table lighter, fashioned as a camera; boxed 'The Smoking Statesman' (Winston Churchill), "Actually puffs smoke and blows smoke rings when cigar is lit", original envelope and ten cigar's; figural champagne bottle smoking pipe; novelty boxed 'The Whole Dam Family' and the Dam Dog, clay pipe; Pair of ladies shoes novelty pipe with silver collar, makers, R Hoverden & Sons Ltd, Chester, 1913; novelty petrol lighter formed as a little boy taking a tinkle. (6)

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Lot 1382

Three Victorian novelty vesta cases, comprising of a brass mouse with red glass eyes, leather tail and ears, the head hinged to reveal storage compartment, striking plate to base, stamped with indistinct Rd. number, 2¼in. (5.8cm.) without tail; advertising, 'Huntley Palmers' figural biscuit, stamped, made in Vienna, 2in. (5cm.) diameter; Charles Heidsieck Reims Champagne bottle with The "Maze" Morton's patent, opening, 2¾in. (7cm.) long. *Condition: all in excellent condition, no issues found.

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Lot 1393

An unusual novelty Victorian glass glue pot, 1870s, fashioned as a champagne bottle, the gilded metal overlay forming the realistic cork and sleeve, the pull off cork top with attached brush, 4 5/8in. (11.7cm.) high. *Condition: in excellent condition, the upper sleeve slightly misshapen.

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Lot 212

A Victorian silver scent bottle, Birmingham, 1891, maker's mark indistinct, of circular form with planished design, with screw off cap and hanging chain, 2 1/8in. (5.4cm.) high, weight 0.48 tr.oz.

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Lot 236

A collection of silver smalls and collectables, comprising an Indian white metal box and cover; two silver caddy spoons; two silver wine bottle drippers by Bruce Russell, Guernsey; a silver swizzle stick; a silver shell salt; a silver and tortoiseshell shoe horn; a silver needle case; a silver scallop shell napkin clip; a silver handled brush; a miniature leather cased thermometer by E. Wrench, London; a filigree trinket box; a miniature gilt metal photo frame; a base metal wine bottle stopper; etc. (qty)

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Lot 258

A Victorian silver scent bottle, Sampson Mordan, London, 1888, of typical cylindrical form, with all over foliate decoration, the hinged cover inscribed 'MAY', opening to reveal gilt wash interior and original stopper, 2 1/8in. (5.4cm.), gross weight 1.6 tr.oz.

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Lot 358

A small collection of silver mounted vanity jars and dressing table accessories, of varying designs, sizes and dates, to include a scent bottle by C H James & Co, London, 1912; two pierced love heart trinket trays; etc. (9)

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Lot 408

Two wicker bottle carriers, together with a wicker basket and two wicker trays. (5)

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Lot 422

A Victorian brass bound oak Betjeman's Patent three bottle Tantalus, with diamond and hobnail cut decanters, unlocked, no key.

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Lot 530

Two Poole Pottery "Freeform" bottle vases, 1950s, by Alfred Burgess Read, the larger, pattern PRB, measuring, 8 3/8in. (21.4cm.) high, the other pattern PLT, measuring, 7½in. (19cm.) high. (2)

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Lot 574

A large Faberge amber glass 'FLEURS DU MONDE' factice or perfume display bottle, 1940s, having a domed stopper and shouldered tapering body, moulded marks to base, 11¼in. (28.5cm.) high.

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Lot 582

Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases, one in teal the sage, the tallest, 9½in. (24.2cm.( high. (2)

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Lot 583

Frank Thrower for Dartington, a graduated set of three moulded glass Daisy vases, the tallest, with part sticker, dating pieces to c.1969, measuring 7¼in. (18.4cm.) high, together with a blue glass bottle vase with daisy roundel and a Greek Key pattern vase by the same designer. (5)

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Lot 645

A collection of silver smalls, comprising a pair of Elizabeth II decanter labels, 'Tio Pepe' and 'Amont', Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1967/68; together with a pair of wine bottle collars with central Celtic bands, Harrison Brothers & Howson Ltd,, Birmingham 1990; and a pair of silver Art Deco style butter knives, weight 2.7 tr.oz. (7)

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Lot 653

A handsome Victorian silver plated three-piece travelling communion set, consisting of chalice, paten and faceted glass wine bottle, the chalice having gold gilt interior, raised on stepped pedestal foot, 2 7/8in. (7.5cm.), the cut glass faceted wine bottle, having a silver plated screw off lid, standing, 37/8in. (9.9cm.) high, the circular paten, standing on a short pedestal base, 2 3/8in. (6cm.) diameter, each having an initialled monogram in starburst design.

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Lot 78

A suite of Waterford cut drinking glasses, comprising ten champagne flutes, eight red wine goblets and eight water glasses; together with other similar cut glass by other makers comprising a further set of six water glasses, five sherry glasses and four tumblers; plus a pair of Waterford brandy balloons and a Waterford wine bottle stopper. (44)

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Lot 99

A Georgian cut glass Prussian decanter, c.1810, with triple ringed neck, petal cut shoulder and comb basal cutting, with matched star cut mushroom stopper, 23.5cm. high; together with a pair of plain blown glass bottle decanters with silver stoppers, probably Continental, late 19th century, 30cm. high; and two antique silver plated copper wine coasters. (5)

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Lot 5155

A Victorian Bristol blue glass scent bottle, silver top; two others, silver topped (3)

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Lot 5309

A silver ash tray; a Japanese cigarette case; a white metal bottle stopper, surmounted with Don Quixote figure; a Stratton compact, soft pouch; etc

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Lot 5156

An 18th century green glass sealed spirit bottle of squat form; a Continental painted scent bottle (2)

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Lot 5317

A Victorian silver topped cut glass scent bottle, Birmingham 1899; another, similar (2)

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Lot 5187

Boxes and Objects - a miniature Victorian boxwood tape measure; a mother of pearl tape measure; a miniature Victorian scent bottle

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Lot 147

PAIR OF CANTON FAMILLE ROSE BRUSHPOTS QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY each moulded in low relief with two large panels depicting two boys feeding geese and the poet Wang Xizhi looking at a goose shown to him by an attendant; together with a CANTON FAMILLE ROSE BOTTLE VASE, 19TH CENTURY (3) (Dimensions: highest 25cm)(highest 25cm)Condition report: - A small rim chip and an associated crack to one brushpot measuring circa 8cm in length - The other brushpot has a very faint rim crack to the mouth and some faint glaze splits to the base - The mouth of the vase has been porfessionally restored - A crack to the body of the vase covering almost all of the diameter.

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Lot 45

Y IVORY SNUFF BOTTLE WITH LID LATE QING DYNASTY-REPUBLIC PERIOD, 19TH-20TH CENTURY the body of cylindrical form, with fine engraved floral decoration, highlighted in various colours, the cover of domed form, ball finial, similarly decorated, all raised on a splay foot (Dimensions: 12cm high) (Qty: 1)(12cm high)Condition report: Good condition overall, no chips.

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Lot 51

COLLECTION OF JADE PIECES LATE QING DYNASTY-REPUBLIC PERIOD, 19TH-20TH CENTURY comprising a jade snuff bottle in grey colour, modelled with two young boys clasping a bottle, with stopper and spoon; a small jade dog; a jade carving of a standing male figure holding a vessel on a wooded stand; a jade figure of a standing Hotei on a wood stand; a reticulated and carved pendant with a flying exotic bird in a disc decorated border, suspended from a banded gate ball and seed pearls, all on a metal hoop stand; a flat coy carp; a carved and reticulated brownish quartz pendant modelled as a cat figure climbing on a fruit, jadeite bead suspension; five further carved hard stone items to include; together with a group of seven further smaller carved hardstone, quartz and other pendants, seals, belt hooks etc (14) (Dimensions: largest 5.9cm high) (Qty: 14)(largest 5.9cm high)Condition report: with lots with multiple items we advise personal viewing, however in general they are all in good condition, no major damage or restoration

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Lot 88

RED-GLAZED BOTTLE VASE KANGXI MARK BUT LATER the slender neck with flared rim, tapering bulbous body with ribbed lower border, slight stepped foot, the red glaze variable and the ribbed section partially coloured, the base bearing a six-character apocryphal Kangxi mark (Dimensions: 20.6cm high) (Qty: 1)(20.6cm high)Condition report: Overall good order, inner part of mouth with chips to glaze, away from the edge, one very fine crack from edge down neck 2cm both sides but continues as fine glaze crack on outside

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Lot 49

JADE-EFFECT GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE LATE QING DYNASTY - REPUBLIC PERIOD, 19TH-20TH CENTURY of traditional form, plain body with simple carved taotie masks with ring to the sides (Dimensions: 6.8cm high) (Qty: 1)(6.8cm high)Condition report: Overall good order, couple of very minor abrasions to rim

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Lot 94

LARGE PEACOCK-BLUE-GLAZED BOTTLE VASE QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY with bulbous body and elongated tall neck, overall covered in peacock blue glaze, the base with an old collection label inscribed 'Budge' (Dimensions: 31cm high) (Qty: 1)(31cm high)Footnote: Provenance: Private Edinburgh collection; collected in the 1920s-30sCondition report: the neck has been broken in several places and visibly repaired with some flaking to the glaze at the breaks some burst bubbles to the glaze at the bottom edge, other small glaze faults and pits in places light surface abrasions

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Lot 104

Mike Dodd (British, born 1943), a celadon glaze bottle vase with triangular cut patterns, seal mark, 23cm high CONDITION REPORT: ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 105

Paul Barron (British 1917-1983), a celadon glaze bottle vase of ribbed design with dripped glaze, impressed mark, 28cm high CONDITION REPORT: ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 106

Mike Dodd (British, born 1943), a celadon glaze bottle vase with leaf and diamond dot cut designs, impressed marks and sticker '7', 30cm high/Provenance: purchased from Vincent Gallery, Exeter 1994 CONDITION REPORT: ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 107

Mike Dodd (British, born 1943), a large celadon glaze bottle vase with thickly brushed hakeme glaze and occasional incised pattern, impressed marks, 37cm high CONDITION REPORT: ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 108

Mike Dodd (British, born 1943), a large celadon glaze bottle vase with thickly brushed hakeme glaze and occasional incised pattern, impressed marks, 33cm high CONDITION REPORT: ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 109

Jim Malone (British, born 1946), a stoneware flattened bottle vase of quartered design with foliate wax resist decoration in iron glaze, impressed mark JM and Ainstable Pottery seal, 37cm high/Provenance: purchased from Amalgam Art, London, 1993, cat. No. 33 CONDITION REPORT: Good condition, some dimples to glaze.ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 113

Mike Dodd (British, born 1943), a bottle vase in graduated pale blue glazes, seal mark, 17cm high CONDITION REPORT: Condition appears very good, without damage or restoration ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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Lot 118

Jim Malone (British, born 1946), a bottle vase with flared neck, glossy white glaze with ridged decoration to the sides, impressed mark JM and Ainstable Pottery seal, 26cm high CONDITION REPORT: Condition good.ARR Artist's Resale Right may apply to the sale of this lot, incurring an additional fee. For further information please ask Chorley's or visit www.dacs.org.uk

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