British and Continental Ceramics
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A pair of Höchst porcelain equestrian circular dishes, late 18th century, each painted with a figure and horse in a landscape setting beneath a blue ribbon garland border, underglaze blue wheel mark to bases with impressed 'A1' to one, diameter 10.8cm.
Hammer price: £48
Two Royal Copenhagen porcelain Flora Danica pattern plates, circa 1969-74, one painted with a titled study 'Myosotis stricta Link', the other with 'Lotus corniculatus L', within a gilt enriched serrated edge rim with pink and gilt rectangular panels, painted marks to bases, diameter 22.2cm (faults and restoration).
Hammer price: £80
A Meissen porcelain floral encrusted teacup and saucer, late 19th century, both painted with flowers and scattered insects to the interior and floral encrusted detail to the exterior, underglaze blue crossed swords mark to base, diameter of saucer 14cm (faults), together with a New Hall porcelain helmet shaped jug (hairline).
Hammer price: £100
A Dresden porcelain wall mirror, early 20th century, formed from rococo 'C' scrolls with floral encrusted and pierced detail, applied with a maiden and putto, unmarked, length 43cm (minor restoration).
Hammer price: £60
A Parian bust, late 19th century, of an elegant lady, her hair covered and with fur trimmed clothing, raised on a socle base, impressed '10' to base, height 24cm, together with two copper lustre jugs.
Hammer price: £25
Three Crown Staffordshire pottery condiments, 1930s, each modelled as a winking bird, decorated in green, yellow, blue and red, comprising two salts and a pepper, printed marks to bases, heights ranging from 6.2cm to 6.4cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £30
An Art Deco Beswick Ware pottery Hyacinth Lady wall plaque with puce coloured beads around her neck, printed, painted and impressed factory marks to reverse with shape number '436', length 31cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £26
A James & Ralph Clews Indian Sporting Series dessert plate, circa 1818-34, printed in blue with a version of Spode's Common Wolf Trap, impressed mark to base, diameter 20.6cm.
Hammer price: £34
A pair of Wedgwood black basalt cylindrical vases, circa 1890, impressed marks to base, height 24.7cm.
Hammer price: £220
Twelve Beswick Beatrix Potter figures, comprising two Squirrel Nutkin, two Old Mr Brown, Mrs Tiggy Winkle, Mrs Rabbit and Bunnies, Mr Jeremy Fisher, Tailor of Gloucester, Amiable Guinea-pig, Mr Benjamin Bunny, Jemima Puddleduck and Hunca Munca, all with BP-3 marks, together with a group of similar decorative figures, including a Beswick Winnie the Pooh.
Hammer price: £110
A Moorcroft pottery flambé vase, circa 1945-53, the baluster body decorated with Clematis design, impressed and painted marks to base, height 15.8cm, and a Moorcroft pottery vase decorated with Anemone design, height 10.5cm (small chip to rim).
Hammer price: £160
A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Antique Centre bowl, 1920s, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, decorated with Woodland Elves II Spider and Web pattern to the interior and Woodland Elves V Woodland Bridge pattern to the exterior, indistinct gilt printed Portland vase mark to base, height 14.2cm.
Hammer price: £1,400
A Royal Worcester bone china jug, circa 1918, of tusk form with gilt antler textured handle, the body painted with pink roses, puce printed factory marks including shape number '1116' to base, height 17cm.
Hammer price: £42
A pair of Aesthetic porcelain vases, late 19th century, each decorated in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser with stylized flower and leaf borders against a black ground, height 14.6cm.
Hammer price: £50
Three Dresden porcelain Meissen style models of cats, 20th century, each seated and with brown and grey fur detail, impressed marks to hind legs, heights ranging from 10cm to 13cm.
Hammer price: £65
Two Royal Worcester porcelain figures, comprising Young Farmer, No. 3433, and August, No. 3441, together with two Royal Doulton figures, comprising Maureen, HN1770, and a badger, HN2666.
Hammer price: £75
A miniature Meissen porcelain model of a cockerel, circa 1900, blue crossed swords mark to base, height 4cm, a miniature Meissen porcelain model of a hen, height 3cm, and four other diminutive bird models, including a Herend parrot (minor faults).
Hammer price: £60
A pair of Wade British Navy Pusser's Rum ship's decanters and stoppers, height 22cm.
Hammer price: £55
Ten Wade Disney 'Blow Up' models, circa 1961-65, comprising Tramp, Lady, Bambi, Scamp, Si, Am, Thumper, Trusty, Jack and Dachie (Tramp has a repaired leg).
Hammer price: £220
A Royal Crown Derby bone china 'Chrysanthemum' pattern lazy Susan, circa 1887, decorated in the Imari palette with opposing panels of chrysanthemums and birds within foliate borders, printed mark to base, height 12.5cm, diameter 47.8cm.
Hammer price: £140