British and Continental Ceramics
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A Stevenson & Hancock Derby porcelain teacup and saucer, late 19th century, decorated in gilt with birds amongst trees on a blue glazed ground, red painted factory mark to bases, diameter of saucer 14cm.
Hammer price: £150
A Royal Worcester bone china potpourri vase and cover, circa 1902, the cover with foliate scroll moulded decoration, the globular body painted with thistles and flowers against a blush ground, flanked by two scroll handles with foliate moulded terminals, green printed factory marks including shape number '1515' to base, height 21.5cm.
Hammer price: £280
A Royal Worcester bone china vase, circa 1892, the narrow foliate moulded neck above a bulbous body painted with flowers against a cream ground, flanked by two mask and foliate moulded handles, puce printed factory marks including shape number '1552' to base, height 22.5cm.
Hammer price: £65
A Worcester porcelain cylindrical mug, circa 1760-1770, printed in underglaze blue with 'The Plantation' pattern, flanked by a ribbed loop handle, underglaze blue hatched crescent mark to base, height 14.8cm.
Hammer price: £130
A Moorcroft pottery circular dish, circa 1916, decorated with Pomegranate pattern on a mottled blue/green ground, impressed Cobridge factory mark and green painted signature to base, diameter 22.5cm (faults).
Hammer price: £55
A Royal Crown Derby part tea service, 1918-1935, each piece decorated in the Imari palette with panels of flowers, comprising cake plate, two teacups, saucers and side plates, milk jug and sugar bowl, printed factory marks including '2451' to bases, together with a similarly decorated Royal Crown Derby pepper caster, a miniature tankard and a two-handled quatrelobed basket.
Hammer price: £85
A miniature Chamberlain's Worcester porcelain basket, mid-19th century, painted with a titled view of Worcester Cathedral within a gilt scroll frame against a puce ground, the rim and overhead handle moulded with foliate detail, puce printed factory mark to base, height 6cm (restored).
Hammer price: £25
A Glasform cobalt blue studio art glass disc paperweight by John Ditchfield, decorated with lily pads and surmounted with a silver frog, etched 'Glasform' and 'J. Ditchfield' to base, diameter 12.2cm.
Hammer price: £140
A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware bottle vases, late 19th century, decorated by Hannah Barlow, monogrammed, each with a frieze of cats in various poses amidst grass on a textured buff ground against a mottled green glazed body, incised and impressed factory marks including '480' and '130' to bases, height 30.5cm (one with chip to rim).
Hammer price: £1,000
A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer, late 19th century, decorated by Hannah Barlow, monogrammed, with a frieze of Borzoi dogs on a buff textured ground within foliate framing against a mottled green glazed body, impressed and incised factory marks to base, height 28cm (manufacturing fault to body).
Hammer price: £220
A Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern paperweight in the form of a cat, circa 1986, gilt button to base, height 12.5cm, together with a similar snail and a pheasant (both factory seconds).
Hammer price: £70
A Royal Worcester blush ivory miniature loving cup, circa 1903, with floral decoration, green printed factory mark to base, height 4cm, together with three pieces of Royal Crown Derby Imari miniature porcelain, comprising a mug, jug and basin (faults to last two), and five pieces of crested ware.
Hammer price: £30
A Royal Doulton Dickens Dream jug, circa 1933, designed by Noke, moulded in low relief with a collection of Dickens characters and Dickens himself with the inscription 'Keep my memory Green', green printed factory marks to base with a list of characters, height 26.5cm.
Hammer price: £260
A Staffordshire pottery cow creamer and cover, mid/late 19th century, polychrome enamelled with flowers standing on an oval base with large moulded central flower and yellow and red detail, height 13cm (minor faults), together with a Staffordshire pottery figure of Mother Goose.
Hammer price: £50
A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Sungleam Crocus pattern beehive honey pot and cover, black printed factory mark to base, height 9.5cm (cover possibly matched), together with a Clarice Cliff Radiance pattern beehive honey pot with matched cover (minor faults).
Hammer price: £120
A group of seven Beswick 'Beatrix Potter' figures, comprising 'Hunca Munca Sleeping', 'Jemima Puddle-duck', 'Mrs Tiggy-winkle', 'Peter Rabbit' and 'Tom Kitten', each with mark BP-9a', 'Tom Kitten in the Rookery' and 'And This Little Piggy Had None', both with mark BP-10a, all boxed.
Hammer price: £65
An English pearlware jar, domed cover and inner lid, late 18th/early 19th century, the baluster body printed and coloured with chinoiserie exterior scenes of figures and birds within pink trellis borders, the domed cover and inner lid similarly decorated, height 31cm (small hairline crack to rim and chip to cover rim).
Hammer price: £220
An Essevi pottery head and shoulder bust of a young lady, titled 'Giacometta', circa 1930s, by Sandro Vacchetti, modelled wearing traditional Turin costume and flower moulded hat with black bow to reverse, black painted factory marks, including shape 'No. 199' to base, height 23.5cm (chipped and scuffed).
Hammer price: £160
A Limoges porcelain lozenge shaped box and cover, 20th century, the hinged lid and sides decorated with flowers within puce and gilt borders, length 6.8cm, together with four similar porcelain boxes and covers, a Dresden porcelain figure of a peasant girl and a Continental porcelain doll cosy, modelled as a half-length bust of a lady (repaired).
Hammer price: £30
Two Doulton Lambeth stoneware jugs commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee 1837-1897, each decorated in relief with two portrait medallions between floral borders, impressed factory mark to bases, heights 22.9cm and 23.1cm (one handle cracked).
Hammer price: £120