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31 Two Chinese blue and white teacups, one decorated with flowers and foliage, the other with figures. Both approx. 2 1/2" high.
£20-30
Lot: 31
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32 A Chinese famille verte plate with gilt highlights, decorated with four figures in a garden, surrounded by birds and flowers. The rim decorated with various species of fish. Approx. 8 3/4" diameter.
£200-300
Lot: 32
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33 A 19thC Chinese blue and white tureen with cantered corners and twin handles formed as stylised animal heads, decorated with a landscape scene with pagodas, figures, boats etc. Approx. 4 3/4" high x 11 1/2" long x 8 1/2" deep.
£50-70
Lot: 33
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34 A Chinese turquoise oblong planter decorated with black cherry blossom and peonies, with a geometric border. Chinese character marks to base. Approx. 5 1/4" high x 9 1/2" wide x 7 1/4" deep.
£200-300
Lot: 34
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35 A Chinese wavy edged yellow brush wash dish with bat and fruit decoration, Chinese character marks to base, Approx. 1 1/2" high x 6" wide
£150-180
Lot: 35
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36 An Oriental bowl decorated with stylised flowers, with a scrolling blue floral design to reverse. Character marks to base. Approx. 15 3/4" diameter x 3" high.
£500-800
Lot: 36
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36A A pair of three footed, twin handled oriental ceramic censers both with banded geometric decoration to the body and pierced decoration to the lid, topped with a foo dog. Approx. 7 1/4" high
£20-30
Lot: 36
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37 A pair of Japanese porcelain sake cups advertising Hakutsuru, decorated with flying cranes. 'Made in Japan' to base, approx. 1 1/2" high. Together with a small vase decorated with a floral design with gilt highlighting, Approx. 3 1/4" high. (3)
£30-40
Lot: 37
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38 A Chinese eggshell bowl depicting Oriental figures watching a guqin performance in a landscape. Chinese character marks to body and base. In fitted box. Approx. 2 1/2" high
£400-600
Lot: 38
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39 An unmarked high fired blue glazed bowl. Approx. 3" high.
£50-80
Lot: 39
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40 Four high fired metallic glaze bowls. Indistinctly stamped and signed to bases. Approx. 10 3/4" diameter x 2 1/2" high. (4 +1)
£20-30
Lot: 40
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41 A high fired globular vase with a flared rim. Approx. 9 1/2" high.
£30-50
Lot: 41
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42 A continental vase decorated with birds and stylised flowers and plants. Marked D&T 2783 under. Approx. 6 1/2" high.
£20-30
Lot: 42
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43 A Delft blue and white hexagonal baluster formed vase, decorated with a country scene featuring a gentleman and country houses. Marked under. Approx. 8" high.
£60-90
Lot: 43
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44 Four assorted Victorian jugs, two with floral / lavender decoration in relief, one in the Gaudy Welsh style, together with another. Tallest approx. 7" (4)
£20-30
Lot: 44
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45 A c.1900 majolica pitcher/jug formed as a seated brown bear with a honey cup on his back and an interlocking spoon forming the handle. Modelled after an 18thC Meissen Porcelain design. 1717 impressed to base. Approx. 13" high.
£180-220
Lot: 45
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46 A pair of Mason's Patent Ironstone China dishes decorated with peacocks amongst foliage with a floral border. Impressed and printed mark to base. Approx. 10 3/4" x 7 1/2" (2)
£30-50
Lot: 46
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47 A 19thC Staffordshire Pottery commemorative jug decorated with a relief portrait of Earl Wellington, as well as swags, garlands and foliage. Approx. 5 1/2"
£80-120
Lot: 47
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48 A late 19thC Measham bargeware teapot and cover with floral decoration surrounding a plaque inscribed 'God Bless Our Home 1886'. Approx. 11 1/2" high.
£20-30
Lot: 48
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49 Seven items of Victorian treacle glazed pottery. To include a 19thC Measham / Bargeware jug with traditional applied floral motifs to body in white with blue and pink detail and a plaque marked "Fill up for luck. 1889". Height 6 1/4". A plain treacle glazed Toby jug with Tricorn hat and lid. ''The snuff taker''. Height 10''. A female plain treacle glazed Toby jug with Tricorn hat and lid. height 8 3/4''. A pair of large treacle glaze spaniels. Height 11 1/2''. A matched pair of smaller treacle glaze spaniels. Height 7 1/2'' and 7''. (7)
£20-30
Lot: 49
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50 A Victorian Staffordshire pottery flatback figural group of a man and a woman seated above a clock face, he is holding a set of bagpipes while she sits with her hands on her lap. Approx. 13 3/4" high.
£30-50
Lot: 50
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51 A Victorian Staffordshire portrait figure of Prince Albert seated on a circular gilt lined base. Approx. 5 1/2" high.
£30-50
Lot: 51
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52 A pair of 19thC flatback Staffordshire greyhounds holding rabbits in their mouths on oval bases. Approx. 11" high. (2)
£40-60
Lot: 52
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53 A 19thC hollow base Staffordshire figure of a sheep with floral bocage. Together with a flatback 19thC spill vase of castle form with clock image to front and another 19thC Staffordshire flatback house model. Tallest 7 1/4'' (3)
£100-200
Lot: 53
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54 A Victorian Staffordshire pottery flatback figural group depicting a lady and a gentleman seated on a chaise lounge, she is holding an exotic bird and he is holding a musical instrument. Approx. 10 1/2" high.
£60-90
Lot: 54
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55 A Victorian Staffordshire pottery figural group of a man and a woman in highland dress, he is wearing a tam o' shanter and she is wearing a plumed hat. Approx. 13 3/4" high.
£30-40
Lot: 55
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56 A Victorian Staffordshire pottery double-sided figure of a man standing on a circular, gilt lined base, inscribed 'GIN' one side, depicting a drunkard in shabby clothes, the other side inscribed 'WATER', depicting a well-dressed gentleman holding a full moneybag. Approx. 9" high.
£30-50
Lot: 56
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57 A Staffordshire flat back spill vase formed as a tree trunk with a fox and a goose on an oval base. Approx. 7 3/4" high.
£20-30
Lot: 57
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58 A treacle glazed Toby jug with tricorn hat, 'The snuff taker''. Height approx. 9 1/2''.
£30-50
Lot: 58
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59 Two Meissen porcelain candlesticks, one depicting Bacchus and a child with vines and grapes, the other depicting Ceres and a child with wheat and flowers. Both on circular bases with gilt heights. Meissen marks under. Approx. 11 1/2" high.
£80-120
Lot: 59
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