Spring Fine Art Sale (2 Days): Friday 08 April 2016 10:00AM

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Viewing: Sunday 3 April 11am-4pm, Monday 4 - Thursday 7 April 9am-4pm and morning of sale from 8am
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Friday 8 April, 10am: Part 1: Lots 1-471

Saturday 9 April, 10am: Part 2: Lots 480-825

Saturday 9 April, 10am: Part 3: Lots 830-1121


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Lots 1 to 50 of 1100


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A Colour Twist Wine Glass, circa 1755, the rounded funnel bowl on a blue, red, green and white twist stem, 14.5cm high

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £1900
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Lot 2

A Pair of Wine Glasses, the ovoid bowls engraved with a rose and thistle, the reverse with a garter star, on an air twist stem, 14.5cm high

Estimate: £600-800

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Lot 3

A Set of Six Enamelled Wine Glasses, circa 1780, the rounded bowls decorated in white and puce with two roundels hung with husk swags, on faceted stems, 13cm high

See Bickerton (L M) Eighteenth Century English Drinking Glass, An Illustrated Guide, pl.134 for a similar example. Also see Cottle (Simon) "The Other Beilbys", Apollo 1986 where it is suggested that the decoration was done by Antony Taylor, a Scottish enameller previously of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

It has also been suggested that the portrait medallions may represent Cardinal Henry Benedict Stuart, the younger brother of Bonny Prince Charlie who succeeded to the Stuart claim to the English throne as King Henry IX and was known as the Cardinal of York

Estimate: £3000-5000

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Lot 4

Three Waldglas Roemers, probably German, 17th century, the ovoid bowls on cylindrical stems with strawberry prunts and spun bases, 14cm, 13.5cm and 13cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £600
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Lot 5

A Lead Glass Roemer, probably English, 18th century, the ovoid bowl on cylindrical stem with strawberry prunts and conical foot with applied trail, 16cm high

It is unusual to find roemers of this form in lead glass, and so this glass may have been made in England for export to the Continent

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £250
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Lot 6

A Jacobite Wine Glass, circa 1750, the trumpet bowl engraved with a rose on an air twist stem, 16.5cm high

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £950
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Lot 7

A Beilby Enamelled Wine Glass, circa 1760, the ogee bowl painted in white with foliate swags on an opaque twist stem, 14.5cm high

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £950
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Lot 8

A Wine Glass, circa 1740, the bell shaped bowl on a moulded stem and folded foot, 19cm high

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 9

A Wine Glass, circa 1750, the conical bowl engraved with a band of trophies and swags on a ball knop stem with basal knop and folded foot, 16cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £350
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Lot 10

An Engraved Colour Twist Wine Glass, circa 1770, the ogee bowl decorated with tulip and moth, the stem with red, green and white twist, 14.5cm high

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £1200
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Lot 11

A Colour Twist Wine Glass, circa 1770, the bell shaped bowl on a stem with blue, brown and white twist, 16.5cm high

Estimate: £2500-3500

Sold: £3800
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Lot 12

A Balustroid Wine Glass, circa 1740, the bell shaped bowl on a plain stem, the basal knop with air tears, 18cm high; and A Similar Smaller Wine Glass, with multi ball knopped stem and folded foot, 14cm high (2)

Estimate: £700-900

Sold: £600
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Lot 13

A Firing Glass, circa 1760, the conical bowl on an opaque twist stem, 11.5cm high; A Similar Wine Glass, on an opaque twist stem, 17.5cm high; and A Tot Glass, gilt with swags, 10cm high; and Francis (Grant R) Old English Drinking Glasses, Their Chronology and Sequence, 1 vol (4)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £400
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Lot 14

A Glass Ale Jug, circa 1760, of baluster form, engraved with initials T/I.I. within hops and barley on a petal foot, 19cm high; and A Sweetmeat Glass, the ogee bowl on a knopped faceted stem and domed foot, 18cm high (2)

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £320
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Lot 15

A Glass Tazza, circa 1750, with galleried top on a moulded stem and domed folded foot, 17.5cm diameter; and A Pair of Spirit Decanters, with diamond cut decoration, 21cm high (3)

Estimate: £250-350

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Lot 16

A Façon de Venise Latticino Wine Glass, probably 17th century, the rounded funnel bowl with aventurine and opaque white decoration, on hollow swag moulded baluster stem and folded foot, 17.5cm high

Estimate: £1000-1500

Sold: £900
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Lot 17

A Façon de Venise Latticino Vase, in 16th century style, of knopped slender baluster form with floriform neck and hollow baluster stem on a circular foot, 49cm high; and A White Overlay Clear Glass Vase, painted with bands of flowers within slice cut decoration highlighted in gilt, 19.5cm high (2)

Estimate: £250-350

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Lot 18

A Chelsea Porcelain Figure of Pan, circa 1760, the standing god holding a leopard skin, on a rocky moulded base, gold anchor mark, 13.5cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £1300
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Lot 19

A Derby Porcelain Sauceboat, circa 1760, of oval form moulded with flowersprays and scrolls, painted in underglaze blue with chinoiserie landscapes within formal borders, 21.5cm long

Estimate: £200-300

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Lot 20

A Pair of Early First Period Worcester Porcelain Sauceboats, circa 1754, of shaped oval form, painted in colours with figures in chinoiserie landscapes within moulded scroll borders, painted workman's marks in red, 17cm long

Estimate: £1200-1800

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Lot 21

A Set of Four Bow Porcelain Figures of the Elements, circa 1760, Water as Neptune with a dolphin, Air as Juno with an eagle, Fire as Vulcan with a pot of fire, and Ceres as Earth holding a cornucopia, a lion at her feet, tallest 22cm high

Provenance: Ceres and Juno ex Peter Bradshaw Collection
See Bradshaw (Peter) Bow Porcelain Figures, circa 1748-74, pls. 94 and 95 for similar examples

Estimate: £3000-4000

Sold: £2000
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Lot 22

A Derby Porcelain Botanical Dessert Plate, circa 1795, painted with a specimen of "Gentiana Acaulis. Large-Flowered Gentian" within a gilt lily border, printed mark and title in blue, 23.5cm diameter

For a similar example see Bonhams, New Bond St, 8 March 2006, lot 83

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £350
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Lot 23

A Derby Porcelain Teacup and Saucer, circa 1790, painted probably by William Billingsley with pink roses in panels on a salmon pink ground gilt with stars, painted mark in puce; and A Similar Cup and Saucer, painted with a border of pink roses on a yellow ground, painted mark in puce (4)

See John (W D) William Billingsley 1758-1828, pg.16 for a similar cups and saucers

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £280
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Lot 24

A Derby Porcelain Dessert Dish, circa 1785, painted in sepia monochrome with three figures in a river landscape within a gilt ribbon tied swag border, painted mark in puce, 31cm wide; A Bloor Derby Teacup and Saucer, painted with views "In Westmorland" and "In Italy", painted marks and titles in red; and A Similar Plate, painted with "In Italy", 22cm diameter (4)

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 25

A Derby Porcelain Plate, circa 1795, from the Blenheim Service, painted in the manner of George Robertson with a view "On the Trent, Derbyshire" within a formal floral meander border, painted mark and title in blue, 24.5cm diameter; and A Bloor Derby Plate, painted with two rustic figures sitting at a table within floral swag borders, painted mark in red, 24cm diameter (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £650
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Lot 26

A Derby Porcelain Dessert Dish, circa 1790, of square form, painted with a spray of flowers within a gilt formal classical border, painted mark in puce, 22cm wide; A Similar Kidney Shape Dish, unmarked, 25cm wide; and Two Similar Dessert Plates, marks in puce and gilt, 23cm diameter (4)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 27

A Pair of Derby Porcelain Soup Plates, circa 1790, painted in the manner of William Billingsley with a pink rose spray within a salmon pink and gilt border, painted marks in puce, 24cm diameter; and A Pair of Plates, circa 1800, painted with flower sprays within a yellow and gilt border, unmarked, 24cm diameter (4)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £220
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Lot 28

A Chelsea-Derby Porcelain Dessert Plate, circa 1775, painted with an urn within a formal swag border, mark in gilt, 21cm diameter; A Similar Chocolate Cup and Saucer, painted with flowers in the manner of Edward Withers, mark in gilt; A Similar Wrythen Fluted Coffee Cup and Saucer, painted with flowers, mark in gilt; A Derby Porcelain Teacup, Coffee Cup, Saucer and Slop Bowl, circa 1790, with salmon pink and gilt decoration, painted mark in puce; A Similar Fluted Coffee Cup, Tea Bowl and Saucer, with gilt decoration; A Saucer, with green scale border; and An Empire Style Saucer (14)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £320
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Lot 31

A Faience Tazza, early 17th century, painted n blue with a bird in landscape within a panelled foliate border picked out in manganese with fainted scrolls, the reverse later initialled SMRO, 31cm diameter

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 32

A Staffordshire Redware Punch Pot and Cover, circa 1760, of ovoid form with crabstock spout and handle, moulded and applied with birds and foliage, 19.5cm high

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 33

A Ralph Wood Type Pearlware Figure of a Lion, circa 1780, the standing beast picked out in blue and manganese, its right fore-paw on a ball, on a green washed waisted rectangular plinth, 28cm long

Estimate: £900-1100

Sold: £850
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Lot 34

A Green Glazed Pottery Tea Canister, circa 1780, of canted rectangular, moulded with half length portraits of Flora in rococo panels on a geometric ground, 16cm high

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £600
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Lot 35

A Pair of Creamware Bowls, circa 1800, of oval form, painted with stylised pansies within moulded formal foliate borders, 25.5cm diameter

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £500
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Lot 36

An English Delft Dish, circa 1760, painted in colours with chinoiserie foliage within a brown border, 30cm diameter

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £160
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Lot 37

A Leeds Creamware Dish, circa 1770, of shaped circular form, painted in colours with exotic birds in branches and beside a river within scattered sprigs and insects, indistinct impressed mark, 45cm diameter

Estimate: £400-600

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Lot 38

A Leeds Creamware Barber's Bowl, circa 1770, of oval form with shell fluted rim, impressed LEEDS POTTERY mark, 33cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

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Lot 39

A Staffordshire Creamware Cow Creamer and Cover, late 18th century, the standing beast with sponged markings on a green washed base with milkmaid, 14cm high; and A Similar Cow Creamer, 14cm high (2)

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £680
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Lot 40

A Pair of Pratt Type Circular Dishes, late 18th century, painted with scattered fruit and branches within a blue feather border, 34cm diameter

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £280
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Lot 41

A Ridgway Porcelain Dinner Service, circa 1830, painted in Imari colours with a jardinière of foliage, comprising a pair of vegetable tureens and covers, a pair of sauce tureens, covers and stands, a soup tureen stand, six graduated meat platters, a drainer, twenty dinner plates, four dessert plates, ten soup plates, and eleven dessert bowls

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 42

Five Royal Worcester Porcelain Figures of the Countries of the World, dated 1896, 1898 and 1902, modelled by James Hadley as John Bull, the Welshman, the Scotsman, the Irishman and the Yankie, picked out in blush tones, printed marks, the largest 18cm high

Estimate: £600-800

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Lot 43

A Pair of Coalport Porcelain Soup Plates, circa 1802, decorated by William Billingsley at Mansfield with flower sprays in gilt cartouche on a scale blue ground, 24cm diameter; and Another Plate, painted with flower sprays on a blue ground, 23.5cm diameter (3)

See John (W D) William Billingsley 1758-1828, pg.25 for a similar dish

Estimate: £300-400

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Lot 44

A Derby Porcelain Botanical Dessert Dish, circa 1815, painted in the manner of William "Quaker" Pegg with "Square Stemmed Passion Flower or Granadella Vine" within a gilt line rim, painted mark and title in red, 25.5cm wide

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £500
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Lot 45

A Derby Porcelain Figure of a Milkmaid, circa 1810, standing wearing a broad rimmed hat holding two churns and covers, painted mark in puce, 18cm high; A Similar Pair of Figures of a Lady and Gentleman, circa 1840, sitting holding a dog and cat, on scroll bases, marks in blue, 15cm high; A Derby Figure of a Huntress, circa 1780, 15.5cm high; A Similar Figure of a Seated Huntsman, 12cm high; and A Figure Group of Doctor Syntax, bears painted mark in red, 18cm high (6)

Estimate: £400-600

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Lot 46

A Bloor Derby Porcelain Bottle Vase, circa 1840, painted with exotic birds in landscape and a spray of flowers in gilt cartouche on a blue ground with gilt scrollwork, 21cm high; A Similar Bough Pot, painted with flower sprays on a ground gilt with classical ornament, painted mark in red, 22cm wide; A Similar Pair of Small Campana Vases, painted with continuous landscapes, painted marks in red, 7.5cm high; and An English Porcelain Yellow Ground Cache Pot and Stand, painted with flower sprays, 10.5cm high (5)

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 47

A Derby Porcelain Botanical Sauce Tureen and Cover, circa 1815, painted in the manner of William "Quaker" Pegg with "Chinese Day Lily", "Seringapatam Althea", and "French Honeysuckle", painted marks and titled in red, 16.5cm high; and A Similar Jug, painted with a basket of flowers on a gilt foliate scroll ground, painted marks in red, 12.5cm high (2)

Estimate: £400-600

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Lot 48

A Bloor Derby Porcelain Oval Dessert Dish, circa 1830, painted with a "View in Yorkshire" on a blue ground gilt with foliage, 28cm wide; A Similar Dessert Dish, painted with a basket of fruit and flowers on a blue and gilt ground, printed mark in red, 17.5cm wide; and A Similar Lozenge Shape Dessert Dish, painted with pink roses within a green and gilt border, painted mark in red, 28.5cm (3)

Estimate: £300-500

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Lot 49

A Derby Porcelain Botanical Dessert Plate, circa 1815, painted in the manner of William "Quaker" Pegg with a "Cabbage Rose", painted mark and titled in red, 23.5cm diameter; A Similar Dessert Plate, painted with scattered pink roses within a green dot border, painted mark in red, 25cm diameter; A Similar Plate, painted with a flower spray within a husk border, painted mark in puce, 22cm diameter; and A Bloor Derby Plate, painted with butterflies and fruit, printed mark in red, 22cm diameter (4)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 50

A Derby Porcelain Trio, circa 1820, painted with sprays of summer flowers on a blue ground gilt with classical foliage, painted marks in red; and A Similar Trio, painted with "View in Donnington Park, Leicester", "View near Wells, Somersetshire", and "Summit and Crater of Mount Vesuvius", painted marks and titles in blue (6)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £520
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Lot 51

A Pratt-Type Bear Jug and Cover, 19th century, the seated animal with green markings, an ochre muzzle and an ochre and blue collar, holding a spotted dog close to his chest, 25cm high

Provenance: From the Collection of the late Stanley J. Seeger

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £750
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Lot 52

A Staffordshire Pearlware Bear Jug and Cover, 19th century, the seated animal with brown markings and ochre muzzle, the spout moulded as a figure of Napoleon, 28cm high

Provenance: From the Collection of the late Stanley J. Seeger

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £750
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