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S2749: A rare and recently re-attributed Staffordshire figure of James Sadler who was the first
Englishman to make a balloon ascent in 1784 in Oxford Unmarked
Height 8 1/2” Circa 1840 This figure was previously given to be William
Huntington P.D.Gordon Pugh page 339 plate 24 A Price Code B
S2776: A rare pair of Staffordshire spill vases figures
with a lion and lioness and their cubs and a snake curled around a
Unmarked Circa 1840 Height 11 1/2" Harding Book 2 Plate 3021 Price Code : D
S2478: A Derby figure of a “Dresden Shepherdess” with a lamb at her feet and her apron full of flowers and standing on a rococo base.
Patch marks Incised G
Height 7 1/2”
S1899: A rare pair of Derby figures
of a Boy and a Girl . He with a macaroni dog and she with a cat.
Reference P. Bradshaw Derby Porcelain Figures page 205
Patch marks and incised No 49 and a G to the base.
Height 5 1/4"
S1766: Parian Figure
A fine parian bust of a Diana, standing on a fluted column.
English Circa 1860
Height: 42 cm
S2817 : A rare Derby candlestick
figure of a boy piper decorated in the typical “pale family”palette.
Patch marks Circa 1758 Height 10” Price Code : E
S2829: A Staffordshire cottage
with a central tower. slatted open windows and swags of flowers to the
roof line and front and ,curiously ,with a bird to either side of the
front door. Unmarked Circa 1850 Height 6 1/2” Price Code : A
S2831: A rare and well coloured Staffordshire
figure of Napoleon and his ship Bellerophon. Unmarked Circa
1845 Height 5 1/2
Price Code B
S2832: A solid moulded and brown glazed
redware figure of a recumbent lion. Unmarked Circa 1850 Length 4 “
Price Code : A
S2810: A Yardley Lavender Lady figure showing
a mother and her two young girls as lavender sellers.Based on Wheatleys
Primrose Sellers from his cries of London.”Yardleys Old English Lavender”
in gilt to the base Dresden Circa 1910 Height 12 1/2” Price Code : D
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