British and Continental Ceramics
Thursday, 19th May 2011
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A pair of Royal Worcester figures of semi-clad maidens, with gilt detail, circa 1923, one holding aloft roses, the other grapes, on circular bases, modelled by F. Clemincin, puce printed factory marks to bases with model Nos. '2798' and '2799', height approx 25.5cm.
Hammer price: £520
A matched set of four Meissen porcelain figures allegorical of the Seasons, late 19th Century, modelled as Winter standing by a brazier, Spring with a floral garland, Summer with a sheaf of corn and Autumn with a bunch of grapes, each raised on a gilt scroll moulded base, crossed swords in underglaze blue to bases with incised and impressed numerals, height approx 20cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £1,800
A Copenhagen porcelain figure group Adam and Eva, modelled by Hans Henrik Hansen, as a young boy and girl eating fruit on an oval base edged with a snake, underglaze blue wave mark to base with green printed and painted marks and shape No. '1997', height approx 13.5cm.
Hammer price: £150
A Decoro pottery triangular planter, each side decorated with an exotic bird and flowers, black glazed interior, black printed mark to base.
Hammer price: £20
A Bohemian blue flashed trumpet shaped vase, late 19th Century, cut with various facets edged in ochre enamel and with gilt enrichments, height approx 36.5cm.
Hammer price: £260
A pair of French pottery gilt metal mounted ornamental moonflask vases, each pale lemon glazed flattened body gilt and enamelled to one side with a chinoiserie figure, to each reverse a bird hovering amidst gilt grass, impressed mark to bases 'S. Denis' with impressed and painted numerals, height approx 23cm.
Hammer price: £320
A Caughley porcelain coffee cup, circa 1780, printed in underglaze blue with a version of The Fence pattern, underglaze blue 'S' mark to base.
Hammer price: £50
A German porcelain fairing '(Happy Father!) What two? Yes, Sir, two little beauties!!', incised numerals to base.
Hammer price: £20
A Wedgwood mug commemorating the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, 1937, designed by Eric Ravilious, decorated with fireworks above a dated blue band, impressed, black printed and painted marks to base, height approx 10cm.
Hammer price: £440
A Paragon two handled commemorative beaker for George VI coronation, 1937, with gilt lion handles, together with a small group of crested ware, a 1937 coronation commemorative beaker designed by Laura Knight and two other pieces.
Hammer price: £42
Two Masonic engraved glasses, early 19th Century, the rounded bowls engraved with Masonic emblems and the names 'E. Houseman' and 'T. Houseman' beneath star and facet bands, raised on lemon squeezer bases (small chip to one foot).
Hammer price: £170
A Royal Dux Art Nouveau porcelain bowl, of oval shape surmounted by a boy watching a lizard, together with a Royal Dux model of a donkey.
Hammer price: £60
A Royal Doulton figure 'Pinkie', HN1552 (faults).
Hammer price: £200
A Minton Parian figure of Ariadne and the panther, circa 1856, impressed ermine mark to base, height approx 36cm (fault to right foot).
Hammer price: £150
A Meissen porcelain figure group, post 1905, modelled after Konrad Hentschel, as a boy sleeping on a recumbent dog, crossed swords in underglaze blue to base with incised 'W122' and impressed '1240', length approx 14.5cm (boy's foot glued).
Hammer price: £480
A double series opaque twist stem drinking glass, circa 1770, the rib moulded rounded funnel bowl above a plain stem with spiral threads outside corkscrews on a conical foot, together with a similar drinking glass with folded foot and a Roman glass bottle vase.
Hammer price: £70
A Herend porcelain gilt metal mounted rectangular box, probably for cigarettes, the hinged lid enamelled with floral arrangements, blue printed and impressed mark and incised '1860'.
Hammer price: £55
A Worcester style cobalt blue ground pottery bowl, possibly by Booths, late 19th Century, typically decorated with gilt edged panels of exotic birds and flowers, impressed '12' to base (small chip to rim).
Hammer price: £26
A small group of Minton 'Haddon Hall' pattern wares, comprising a teapot and cover (minor nick to cover), a cake plate, four teacups and six saucers, five tea plates, two sugar bowls and a jug.
Hammer price: £75
A Wedgwood 'Mennecy' pattern part service, comprising six teacups and saucers, six tea plates and three plates.
Hammer price: £20