Spring Fine Art Sale (2 Days): Friday 20 March 2015 10:00AM

No. Lots Per Page: 

Viewing: Sunday 15 March 11am-4pm; Monday 16 - Thursday 19 March 9am-4pm

Please note: Order of sale:
Friday 20 March 10am in The Garden Room Lots 1-377
Saturday 21 March 10am on The Mezzanine Lots 380-721
Saturday 21 March 10am in The Garden Room Lots 725-1055


Live bidding available at www.the-saleroom.com

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Lots 1 to 50 of 1056


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A Baluster Wine Glass, circa 1720, the large thistle bowl on a drop knop and baluster stem with air tears and domed folded foot, 19.5cm high

Provenance: Phillips, Bond Street, 15 September 1999, lot 7

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1400
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Lot 2

A Mixed Colour Twist Wine Glass, circa 1770, the bell shaped bowl engraved with a flowerspray on an opaque blue and gauze airtwist stem, 17.5cm

Provenance: Sotheby's Olympia, 7 May 2002, lot 131

Estimate: £3000-4000

Sold: £3200
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Lot 3

A German Green Glass Humpen, dated 1630, enamelled in colours with the arms of Polish- Lithuanian Commonwealth within a border of further named arms, the reverse inscribed REX POLONIAE REGIS SIGISMUNDI 1630, 36cm high

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £1800
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Lot 4

A French Ormolu Mounted Amethyst Glass Vase, 19th century, of campana form with scroll handles, painted in enamels and gilt and silver with the fox and goose in a rectangular panel on a blue band decorated with flowers within gilt borders, 14cm high

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £550
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Lot 5

A Delft Porringer, probably early 18th century, of circular form with single pierced lug handle, painted in blue with a band of stylised leaves, 15cm diameter

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £450
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Lot 6

A Creamware Teapot and Cover, circa 1760, painted in monochrome red with Miss Pitt taking tea, 13cm high; An 18th Century Blanc de Chine Saucer, 14cm diameter; and A Chelsea Style Goat and Bee Jug, 11cm high (4)

Estimate: £250-400

NOT SOLD
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Lot 7

A Pair of Wedgwood Creamware Sauce Tureens and Covers, circa 1790, of oval form with scroll handles and fixed stands, painted in green with scroll borders within black line rims, impressed marks, 23cm wide; and A Matching Lozenge Shape Dish, impressed marks, 30cm wide (5)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £220
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Lot 8

A Yorkshire Pottery Figure of a Cat, circa 1810, the seated animal with sponged ochre and black markings and orange collar on a green washed plinth base, 37cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £1200
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Lot 9

A Chelsea Porcelain "Tea Plant" Coffee Pot and Cover, circa 1744-49, of fluted baluster form moulded with flowering leafy branches, incised triangle mark, 34cm high

Provenance: Ex Arthur Hare Collection

Estimate: £3000-5000

Sold: £17000
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Lot 10

A St James's (Charles Gouyn) Porcelain Scent Bottle, circa 1755, naturalistically modelled and painted as seated pug dog, the collar inscribed FIDELE, on a domed base painted with flower sprays, 5.5cm high

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £7200
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Lot 11

A St James's (Charles Gouyn) Porcelain Seal, circa 1755, as a seated cat with naturalistic markings, the base inscribed JE BRILLE DANS L'OBSCURITE, gold mounted, 2.5cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £950
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Lot 12

A William Reid Liverpool Porcelain Tea Bowl and Saucer, circa 1760, painted in underglaze blue with the "man on the bridge" pattern, painted workman's marks

For a similar pair of saucers see Phillips, London, The Watney Collection Part III, lot 1087

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £750
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Lot 13

A First Period Worcester Porcelain Yellow Ground Basket, circa 1765, of circular form, painted in colours with sprays of summer flowers, 22cm diameter

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
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Lot 14

A Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Porcelain Dessert Plate, from the Egerton Service, circa 1790, painted with a bunch of grapes within husk swags and gilt medallions with puce flowers, printed and impressed marks, 22.5cm diameter

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £750
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Lot 15

A Derby Porcelain Monkey Band Figure, circa 1790, the seated figure wearing a striped jacket with ruff playing a cello on a gilt lined plinth base, unmarked, 12cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £1000
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Lot 16

A Derby Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer, circa 1790, painted with Brough Castle and Weir Bridge in panels on a blue ground gilt with classical ornament, painted marks and titles in puce

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £130
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Lot 17

A Derby Porcelain Botanical Dessert Dish, circa 1800, painted with "cabbage rose" within a gilt line border, painted marks in red, 25cm wide

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
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Lot 18

An English Porcelain Dessert Service, circa 1810, painted with named botanical specimens within broad puce and gilt foliate meander borders and line rims, comprising four shell shaped dishes with scroll handles and feet, four square dishes with scroll feet, four oval dishes with scroll feet, and twenty-two dishes, painted titles in blue

Estimate: £2000-3000

Sold: £3400
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Lot 19

An English Porcelain Dessert Service, circa 1810, painted in Imari type colours with a fenced garden within a broad brocade border, comprising two circular stands with paw feet and twenty-one plates

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £1500
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Lot 20

A Pair of English Porcelain Sauce Tureens, Covers and Stands, circa 1810, of urn shape with scroll handles on four leaf feet, painted with shells and coral in panels on a gilt classical scroll ground, 21.5cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300
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Lot 21

A Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester Porcelain Urn Shaped Vase, circa 1815, with twin serpent handles, painted with "The Shepherd's Lyre, The Virgin's Lay, Thomson's Hymn" on a gilt seaweed ground within beaded borders, on a circular socle and square plinth, script title and marks and impressed mark, 20cm high

The scene is taken from the line "The Shepherd's Flute, The Virgin's Lay" from the poem The Seasons by James Thomson, published in four parts from 1726-1730.

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £750
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Lot 22

A Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Porcelain Vase, circa 1820, of urn form with everted rim, beaded border and serpent handles, painted with a bust portrait of Ferdinand in a beaded cartouche on a blue ground gilt with classical urns, scrolls and foliage, on a square foot inscribed FERDINAND and OH HEAVEN OH EARTH BEAR WITNESS, script marks, 10cm high; and An English Porcelain Vase, painted with a medieval lady on a gilt seaweed ground, the reverse with a flowerspray within beaded and gilt borders, 8.5cm high (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £1500
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Lot 23

A Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester Porcelain Vase, circa 1820, of drum shape with flared rim and beaded borders, painted with Buckleigh (sic) Wales, on tripodium supports and tricorn plinth, script marks, 9.5cm high; and Another Vase, painted with Rhayader Bridge, Radnorshire, on a cream ground, 10cm high (2)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £1000
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Lot 24

A Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester Porcelain Vase and Matched Cover, circa 1820, of hemispherical form, painted with Wolsingham, Norfolk, on a gilt seaweed ground below a beaded border, supported on three dolphins and trefoil plinth, script mark, 15cm high; and An English Porcelain Pot Pourri Vase and Pierced Cover, painted with a continuous landscape within beaded borders and gilt rims, 14cm high (4)

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £350
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Lot 25

A Pair of English Porcelain Vases, circa 1820, of cylindrical form with flared rims and ring handles, painted with a band of pink roses within gilt line and scroll borders, 11cm high; and A Chamberlains Worcester Twin-Handled Campana Vase, painted with flowersprays on a green ground, script mark, 11cm high (3)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £240
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Lot 26

A Pair of Bloor Derby Porcelain Figures of Turks, circa 1830, each figure sitting cross-legged in traditional costume, a hookah at their side, on a cushion base and square plinth with mask corners, script Bloor Derby marks in red and puce, 14.5cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £500
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Lot 27

A Set of Twenty-Four Meissen Style Porcelain Dinner Plates, 19th century, painted with exotic birds in branches and with scattered insects within gilt borders, 24cm diameter

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £600
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Lot 28

A Pair of Minton Majolica Jardinières, circa 1870, of bell form, modelled with flowering fronds, on three scroll feet and pad bases all picked out in typical coloured enamels, impressed marks, 35.5cm high

Estimate: £700-900

Sold: £650
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Lot 29

A Minton Majolica Jardinière and Stand, dated 1868, of lobed baluster form with leaf scroll handles, moulded and decorated in coloured glazes with woodland leaves and foxgloves, impressed marks to jardinière only, 35cm high

Estimate: £2000-3000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 30

A Wemyss Pottery Cat, 20th century, the seated animal with glass eyes and black markings, painted marks, 31cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £1100
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Lot 31

A Set of Six Wedgwood China and Silver Coffee Cans and Saucers, circa 1900, decorated in green, blue, black and gilt with stylised flowers in shaped panels within gilt borders, the silver cup holders with foliate piercing and scroll handles, printed marks, the silver Birmingham 1900, cased

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £480
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Lot 32

A Set of Six Wedgwood Fruit Painted Dessert Plates, circa 1910, each decorated with a still life of fruit by R Holland, within a powder blue and gilt ground, printed Portland Vase marks, each 23cm diameter

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 33

A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dessert Service, 1905, the blue border with gilt strapwork and beaded rim, comprising a comport, a fluted oval dish, a fluted triangular dish, and six plates, printed marks

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £240
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Lot 34

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Pot Pourri Vase and Cover, 1894, of ovoid form with conical knop and scroll handles, painted with flowersprays on a duck egg blue ground within moulded scroll borders picked out in green and gilt, printed mark in puce, 23cm high

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £500
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Lot 35

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Ewer, 1899, of baluster form with mask handle, painted with a band of pink roses within reticulated borders and gilt rims, signed E Phillips, printed mark in puce, 17cm high

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £1500
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Lot 36

A Set of Twelve Royal Worcester Porcelain Dessert Plates, 1902, painted by Johnson with named game birds within blue and gilt leaf borders, signed, titled, printed marks, 23cm diameter; and A Similar Royal Worcester Pottery Sauce Tureen, Cover and Stand (15)

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £650
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Lot 37

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Urn Shaped Vase, 1917, painted by Richard Sebright with a still life of fruit in a gilt cartouche on a yellow ground within gilt line borders, signed, printed mark in puce, 16.5cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
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Lot 38

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Cabinet Cup and Saucer, 1919, painted by William Ricketts and F Harper with still lives of fruit on a mossy bank, signed, printed marks in puce; A Similar Miniature Goblet, 1932, painted by Edward Townsend; and A Similar Ovoid Vase and Cover, 1938, painted by Edward Townsend, 12cm high (5)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £650
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Lot 39

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Side Plate, 1922, painted by Horace Price with a still life of fruit on a mossy bank, signed, printed mark in puce, 18cm diameter; A Similar Plate, 1929, painted by Edward Townsend; and Another, 1935, painted by Horace Price (3)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 40

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Side Plate, 1923, painted by H Everitt with a still life of fruit on a mossy ground, signed, printed mark in puce, 16cm; A Similar Plate, 1931, painted by Horace Price; A Similar Plate, 1932, painted by Harry Ayrton; A Similar Plate, 1933, painted by George Moseley; and A Similar Plate, 1937, painted by Edward Townsend (5)

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £600
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Lot 41

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Twin-Handled Urn Shaped Vase and Cover, 1924, painted by Edward Townsend with a still life of fruit on a mossy bank within a foliate scroll cartouche on a powder blue ground with gilt strapwork, signed, printed mark in puce, 17.5cm high; and A Royal Doulton Cabinet Cup and Saucer, gilt with foliate swags on a powder blue ground, printed marks (4)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £300
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Lot 42

A Matched Set of Three Royal Worcester Porcelain Beaker Vases, 1926, 1927 and 1931, painted by William Ricketts with vignettes of fruit on a mossy bank within gilt borders, signed, printed marks in green and puce, 19cm high

Estimate: £700-1000

NOT SOLD
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Lot 43

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Composite Coffee Service, 1928-1935, painted with still lives of fruit on a mossy bank, comprising a coffee pot and cover, and seven coffee cans and saucers, signed, printed marks in puce

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1200
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Lot 44

A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Ovoid Vases, circa 1930, painted by William Ricketts with still lives of fruit on a mossy bank, the reverse with cherries, signed, printed marks in puce, 12.5cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £650
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Lot 45

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Twin-Handled Rectangular Dish, 1930, painted by Edward Townsend with a still life of fruit on a mossy bank, signed, printed mark in blue, 28cm wide; and A Similar Dish, 1923, painted by Horace Price (2)

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £950
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Lot 46

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Twin-Handled Vase and Cover, 1931, painted by William Ricketts with a still life on a mossy band, the reverse with cherries, the ovoid body on a tall swept circular foot, signed, printed mark in puce, 27cm high; and A Similar Smaller Vase and Cover, 12.5cm high (4)

Estimate: £500-800

Sold: £1000
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Lot 47

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Milk Jug, 1940, of baluster form, painted by Edward Townsend with a still life of fruit on a mossy bank, signed, printed mark in puce, 13cm high; A Similar Smaller Jug, 1930, painted by Harry Ayrton, 10.5cm; and Another, 1923, painted by Horace Price, 10.5cm (3)

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £800
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Lot 48

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Plate, 1940, painted by Harry Ayrton with a still life of fruit on a mossy bank, signed, printed mark in puce, 23cm diameter

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £350
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Lot 49

A Royal Worcester Porcelain Loving Cup, 1961, of waisted cylindrical form with scroll handles on a stepped circular foot, decorated with still lives of fruit on a mossy bank within gilt borders, printed mark in blue, 18cm high

Estimate: £250-400

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Lot 50

A Pair of French Faience Bough Pots, circa 1800, of fluted demi-lune form, painted in colours with meandering floral swags on a yellow and brown line border, 18cm wide; A Delft Plate, painted in blue with a goat outside a cottage, 23cm; and A Similar Plate, painted with a chinoiserie garden, 23cm diameter (4)

Estimate: £300-400

NOT SOLD
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