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BRITISH & CONTINENTAL CERAMICS & GLASS

TOOVEY'S conduct monthly sales of British and Continental ceramics and glass covering a wide spectrum of porcelain, pottery and glassware from many different periods. Beswick, Clarice Cliff, Crown Derby, Doulton, Meissen, Moorcroft, Sitzendorf, Troika, Wedgwood and Worcester are just some of the factories regularly featured within these sales.

Pictured right: A Tiffany Studios Nasturtium pattern green and brown patinated domed leaded glass shade and matched gilt bronze floor lamp, circa 1910, the column base with relief stem detail emanating from the circular foot with stylized onion moulded decoration, shade stamped 'Tiffany Studios New York', base underside indistinctly stamped 'Tiffany Studios New York 379', overall height approx 164cm, diameter of shade approx 55cm. Sold for £40,000.
British & Continental Ceramics & Glass

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13th July 2017 - commencing 13:00
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HIGHLIGHTS

 

A GOLD HUNTING CASED POCKET WATCH

Sold Price - £2000
A gold hunting cased keyless wind centre stop seconds minute repeating gentleman's pocket watch
 

A CANTAGALLI MAIOLICA CIRCULAR DISH

Sold Price - £2600
A Cantagalli maiolica circular dish, late 19th Century, painted in polychrome enamels and lustre detail with a depiction of the Birth of Adonis
 

A NEAR PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER BONE CHINA VASES AND COVERS

Sold Price - £6600
A near pair of Royal Worcester bone china vases and covers, circa 1906 and 1909, painted by Charles Baldwyn and George Johnson
 

A HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, ITS COLLEGES, HALLS, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

Sold Price - £800
A History of the University of Oxford, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings. London: 1814. 2 vols.
 
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