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S2705 A Bow plate painted with bouquets and sprays of puce , blue and yellow flowers within a chocolate lined wavy and shaped rim.
Unmarked 
Circa 1762
Width 8 3/4"
Price Guide : C


S2778: A rare Worcester chestnut basket , cover & stand of lobed oval shape and with crab stock handles with applied flower & leaves. Marked with x1x and a B
Circa 1768 Width of stand 9 3/4

Price Guide : F

Bow octagonal plate with famille rose decoration

S2548: A Bristol cup and saucer of ogee form with brown rims and painted flowers.
X marked
Circa 1770
Price Code : D


S2811: A rare Derby plate decorated in the famille verte palette with birds in a garden and a fir tree to the centre and with a green border containing Ho-Ho birds
Baton & Crown mark Diam 10 “ Circa 1810
See No 2785 for a Worcester example
Price Code : C

Worcester dessert plate
S1990:  Worcester dessert plate with the on glaze print in black of "The Milkmaids".  With a scalloped edge and gilt rim. Unmarked
Circa 1765
Diam.8"
Ex Amos Collection
Price code: E
Rare small sized Worcester basket with fret cut sides and a brown rim.
S2590 : A Worcester “ Blind Earl” dish with gilt dentil rim and painted in the dry blue manner with scattered sprays.
Unmarked Circa 1765
Diam. 6”

Price Guide F


S2280: A finely potted Worcester
tea bowl and saucer
pencilled in black with the "Boy on a buffalo" pattern
Unmarked Circa 1758

Price code: F

S2290: A Worcester plate painted in bright enamels with the "Dragons in Compartments" pattern.
Unmarked Circa 1770
W 8 1/2"

Price code: E

S2644: A Derby ribbed creamer painted with a large rose and other scattered flowers. Brown line to rim.
Unmarked
Circa 1763
Height 4 “
Price Guide : E


S2295: A Bow bell shaped mug with a grooved handle and painted with a bouquet of flowers beneath a flower scroll and diaper border.
Unmarked Circa 1765
Height 3 3/4"

Price code: F

S2307: A Worcester tea bowl and saucer of fluted form and finely painted with English garden flowers.
Fret mark Circa 1770


Price code: E

S2782: A Samson hard paste porcelain chestnut basket and stand copying the Worcester model of the 1780’s.
“gold anchor” mark
Samson of Paris
Circa 1850
Width of stand 11
Price Guide: D


S2304: A Worcester bell shaped mug of small size and finely painted with floral bouquets and sprigs. A grooved handle is gilt decorated and gilt lines to rim and base.
Unmarked Circa 1770
Height 3 1/2"
Price code: E

S2629: A finely decorated Chelsea moulded edge oval shaped dish painted with a rose and a tulip and with other garden flowers.
Brown line to rim.
Red Anchor mark
Circa 1760
Width 9 3/4”
Price Guide : E
S2785: A rare Worcester deep plate decorated in the famille verte palette with birds in a garden and a fir tree to the centre and with a green border containing Ho-Ho birds
Unmarked Circa 1775 Width 10

Price code: F
S2813: A fine Worcester cup and saucer printed and painted with the “Red Bull” pattern and a red line border to the inside of the cup and edge of saucer.
Unmarked Circa 1762
Price Code : E
 

S2814: A Bow octagonal plate with a moulded prunus border and decorated in the famille rose style with a flowering bush to the centre and further scattered flowers to the rim.
Unmarked Circa 1758 Diam. 9”
Price Code : D
 


S2671: A fine pair of Derby frill vases of exceptional quality. With swags of finely modeled flowers hanging from cherubic faces capped with a pink bow.Fret cut top with blue & yellow florets to the intersections.
Patch marks
Circa 1765
Height 7"
Price Guide F


S2482: A Caughley fluted trio finely decorated with the “L’amitie” with two doves within a fancy gilt cartouche.
Gilt and polychrome border
Unmarked 
Circa 1790
Price code: F

S2789: A Caughley basket of oval form with pierced sides, rope and floral handles and with applied flower-heads to the exterior. The centre with a floral and leaf spray within floral swags
Unmarked Circa 1789 Width 10
Price code: C


S2815: A Worcester moulded and cabbage leaf shaped plate with puce veins and painted with scattered floral sprays and with cherries, plums, peaches and berries and foliage in the Giles manner. Gilt edge.
Unmarked Circa 1765 Width 13 1/2”
Price Code : E
 

S2395: A rare Chamberlains Worcester cup and saucer unusually decorated with a bands of yellow and pink grounds divided by gilt bands and painted with fancy birds probably by Dr. Davis
Unmarked Circa 1795

Price code: F
S2816: A fine quality Derby teapot simply painted with scattered flowers and sprays.
Unmarked Circa 1765 Height 6 “
Price Code : D 

S2429: A Worcester tea pot with a button knop and a shaped handle. painted with pink and gilt flowers and sprays and gilt decoration to rims, handle & spout.
Unmarked Circa 1780 
Height 5 1/4”
Price code: E

S2432: A Worcester mug finely printed in black on glaze with the “ Whitton Anglers” to one side and the, seldom found “Minuet” to the other.
Whitton Anglers from an engraving by William Wollett and The Minuet is after a design by Francis Hayman Unmarked Circa 1760
Height 6”
Price code: F

P2: A Worcester tea cup and saucer decorated by James Giles. It is of fluted form and painted in a soft turquoise with gilt edges and gilt decoration to the shaped handle.
Fret mark Circa 1765

Price code: E

P3: A Worcester tea bowl and saucer brightly painted with floral sprays and sprigs. Line , dot and loop borders.
Unmarked Circa 1765

Price code: E

S2444: A Worcester “high Chelsea ewer” creamer finely painted in the Kakiemon manner in the “Scarlet Japan” pattern with orange and gilt panels dividing panels of floral painting.
Unmarked Circa 1765
Height 3 1/2”
Price code: E

S2672: Derby chocolate cup and deep saucer brightly painted with the Jabberwocky pattern. The cup with bifurcated twisted handles. Gilt edges to the rims.
Crossed batons & crown mark
Circa 1785
Price Guide : D


S2484: A Richard Chaffers moulded sauce boat painted in underglaze blue and overglaze green,red and gilt with an Oriental garden scene to either side.
A floral medallion to the inside base.
Unmarked 
Circa 1760 
Length 6 3/4”
Price code: E

S2567: A Derby mug of barrel shape and vertical ribs and a moulded handle.
Nicely painted with sprays of English flowers and a brown lined rim.
Unmarked
Circa 1765
Height 4 1/2”
Price Guide : D


S2573: Lowestoft tea bowl and saucer painted with the “ Dolls House ‘ pattern
Unmarked
Circa 1780
Price Guide : B


S2607: Chelsea gold anchor plate painted to the centre with fancy birds amongst foliage and the border with a puce herring bone effect and gilt feathered edge.
Gold anchor
Circa 1760
Width 8”
Price Guide : E


S2610: A Worcester sparrow beak jug nicely painted with pink roses. Line and loop border painted in red inside rim.
Unmarked
Circa 1765
Price Guide : C


S2612: A Chelsea plate of overlapping leaf shape and with a green border and puce veining and painted to the centre with a red lily.
Anchor mark
Circa 1760
Length 11”
Price Guide : E


S2628: A Worcester cup and saucer finely painted with the “ Spinning Maiden”
pattern and gold spearhead borders.
“Meissen & 9” mark
Circa 1770
Price Guide : E


S2695  A Chelsea plate with a green painted, wavy edge and painted with sprays and sprigs of flowers.
Brown Anchor
Circa 1760
Width 8 1/2"
Price Guide :  C


S2707 A Chamberlain decorated tea bowl and saucer painted with the "Hunting in compartments" pattern. Possibly Caughley porcelain.
Unmarked. pattern no. 9
Circa 1795
Price Guide : B


C 102 : A Bow plate with an outlined printed scene and coloured with two Chines ladies , a child and a dog in a garden. Further decoration to the border.
Chocolate brown rim.

Unmarked Circa 1763 Width 9”

Price Code : D


C103 : A Bow prunus moulded tea cup
Circa 1765
Price Code: B

A Bow tea bowl printed and painted with Chinese figures
Price Code : B


S2818: A rare Worcester mug printed in a lilac colour with a rare variation of Hancocks prints of Milking Scene No 1 and the Rural Lovers to the other side
Circa 1765 Height 6”
Price Code F 


S2824: A Lowestoft tea bowl painted with floral sprays and with a green line edge to inside the bowl.
Unmarked Circa 1790
Price Code : A 


S2826: A Worcester spoon tray painted with the “Compaigne des Indes” pattern with brightly painted flowers and a cross hatched puce border.
Unmarked Circa 1770
Width 6 “
Price Code : C

 

   

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