Fine Glass and British Ceramics

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Date of the auction: 05.06.2019

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Three Prattware lion models and a Bovey Tracey lion, circa 1800-10

The Prattware lions comprising a larger model lying on a green and blue rectangular base, 13.7cm long, another with a spotted coat, 9.2cm wide, and another with a sponged mane and oval base, 10.2cm wide, the Bovey Tracey example in dark brown clay with black and cream markings, 9.2cm wide (4

Lot #: 105

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good pair of Staffordshire porcelain lion and lamb groups, circa 1835

Attributed to John and Rebecca Lloyd of Shelton, naturalistically modelled recumbent to the left and right, each with a lamb by their paws, their manes formed from sieved clay, their coats coloured light brown, the shaped rectangular bases outlined in gold, 12cm wide (2

Lot #: 106

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A large Wood family model of a lion, circa 1780-90

Standing upon a rectangular base washed in green on the upper surface, its paw resting on a ball, its body washed in dark grey save for the eyes, base 28cm wide

Lot #: 107

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A large Staffordshire model of a lion, circa 1790

Perhaps Wood family, modelled standing with one front paw resting on a ball, its mouth open to reveal teeth and a protruding tongue, its tail arched over its back, the rectangular base moulded with a foliate border, glazed entirely in green, base 28cm wide

Lot #: 108

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Wood family Toby jug of 'Mould 51' type, circa 1785-90

Of traditional form and crisply modelled, seated and holding a foaming jug in his left hand and a foaming glass in his raised right hand, a pipe leaning at his side, decorated in translucent glazes with a bright green waistcoat, olive green jacket and pale yellow breeches, 25.3cm high, impressed

Lot #: 120

Estimate: £1,800 - £2,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good Wood Family creamware Toby Jug, circa 1790

The Traditional model seated with a small spirit barrel placed on the base between his feet, wearing a blue sponged coat and holding a brown clay jug of foaming beer, his waistcoat ochre and his breeches, shoes and barrel in grey underglaze, a clay pipe leaning on the side of the plain octagonal

Lot #: 121

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Staffordshire Toby jug and cover, circa 1820, and a later Toby

Of traditional form, his large foaming jug resting on his left knee, his pipe held under his right thumb, wearing brown jacket, green waistcoat and yellow breeches, 24.5cm high, together with a later 'cross-legged' Toby, 23cm high (3

Lot #: 122

Estimate: £150 - £200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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An enamelled creamware Toby Jug and cover, circa 1790

Attributed to Neale & Co, of traditional form, seated and holding a large foaming mug in one hand and a pipe in the other, wearing a green coat, yellow breeches and red waistcoat, the base marbled in bright colours, 24.5cm high (2

Lot #: 123

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Staffordshire 'Martha Gunn' Toby jug, circa 1810

Modelled seated and holding a foaming jug and a cup, her dress sprigged in blue, red and yellow and trimmed with a sea green collar, her black hat worn over a pale blue mob cap, the base picked out in bright green, 26.4cm high

Lot #: 124

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Prattware Admiral Rodney Character Jug of large size, circa 1790-95

Formed as the head and shoulders of the admiral wearing Neptune's crown moulded in relief with military trophies and picked out in full Prattware colours, his braids raised at the back to form the handle, his uniform picked out in blue and yellow, the underside of the base with a faint moulded title

Lot #: 125

Estimate: £2,500 - £4,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good selection of reference books on Toby Jugs and related pottery

Including: Major Cyril Earle, The Earle Collection of Early Staffordshire Pottery (1915), Capt. R.K.Price, Astbury, Whieldon & Ralph Wood Figures & Toby Jugs (1922), Herbert Rhead, Staffordshire Pottery Figures (1929), Sir Harold Mackintosh, Bt, Early English Figure Pottery (1938), Frank Faulkner

Lot #: 126•

Estimate: £300 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two cow creamers and covers, circa 1780 and 1815

One in creamware with yellow spots, its tail and legs picked out in brown, base 11cm wide, the other Prattware with black and ochre sponged markings, attended by a milkmaid who sits on the green-washed base, 17cm long (4

Lot #: 127

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare Battersea enamel bottle ticket, circa 1753-56

Engraved by Simon Francis Ravenet after a design by James Gwin, printed in puce and lightly overpainted in colours with Venus sleeping, Cupid to one side pulling back the background drapery, titled 'BURGUNDY', 7.3cm wide

Lot #: 128

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Another rare Battersea enamel bottle ticket, circa 1753-56

Engraved by Simon Francis Ravenet after a design by James Gwin, printed in puce and lightly overpainted in colours with two scantily clad putti beside a tree trunk, titled 'RHENISH', 7cm wide

Lot #: 129

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good Chelsea 'Goat and Bee' jug, circa 1745-47

Of pear shape supported by two goats recumbent nose to tail, the handle modelled as an oak branch with leaves applied at both terminals, applied in high relief beneath the lip with a finely modelled and naturalistically-coloured bee, set on a delicately coloured flowering branch in lower relief

Lot #: 130

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare Chelsea model of a bird, circa 1749-52

Modelled perched on a woody stump, one wing folded and the other raised, its mouth open as if to sing, groups of leaves and tiny buds applied to the subsidiary branches just below, the plumage and head delicately coloured, foliate sprigs in green and black painted around the base, 13.5cm high

Lot #: 131

Estimate: £7,000 - £9,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A very rare Chelsea sucrier and cover, circa 1750-52

The body delicately modelled to follow the outline of a peach, a stalk handle running down one side, another stalk running across the cover applied with a single leaf to serve as a finial, painted in kakiemon style on one side with the 'Rat and Vine' pattern, the reverse with a 'Flying Fox', the

Lot #: 132

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Chelsea saucer, circa 1752

Of fluted form with a shaped brown line rim, painted in the border with numerous figures before a castle-like building, probably by Jefferyes Hamett O'Neale, a flower sprig and an insect in flight above, 12cm diam

Lot #: 141

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Chinese tea canister and cover painted in London, circa 1760

Of ovoid form, the domed cover with a pointed finial, painted in the Giles workshop with three 'fancy' birds, one perched on the branches of a tree above a rustic fence, the reverse with another bird on a branch, a gilt dentil band around the neck, the scrolled foot also gilded, 13.3cm high (2

Lot #: 144

Estimate: £700 - £900

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Chinese milk jug and cover painted in London, circa 1760

Of pear shape with a sparrow beak spout, the domed cover with a pointed finial, painted in the Giles workshop with a 'fancy' bird standing on a towering rock, flanked by smaller birds in branches and another in flight, a sprig of cherries around the lower handle terminal, gilt dentil rims, 13.2cm

Lot #: 145

Estimate: £700 - £900

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Chinese spoon tray painted in London, circa 1760

Of lobed hexagonal form, painted in the Giles workshop with a 'fancy' bird standing on a rock, flanked other birds in flight and perched on a branch, gilt dentil rim, 13.2cm wide

Lot #: 146

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two Chinese coffee cups painted in London, circa 1760

Of plain U shape, painted in the Giles workshop with three 'fancy' birds, the central bird standing on a tall yellow mound, the others in flight or perched on wispy branches, single florets within the interiors, the gilded dentil rims highlighted in red, 6.5cm high (2

Lot #: 147

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A fine pair of Chelsea figures of 'Imperial Shepherds', circa 1765

Of large size with richly patterned and gilded costume, he holding a crook, a posy of flowers in his outstretched right hand, his loyal dog seated at his feet, she carrying a basket of flowers in the folds of her apron, a sheep standing at her side, both flanked by elaborate bocage and standing on

Lot #: 148

Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare Chelsea figure of a Ranelagh Masquerader, circa 1759-63

Masked and in lively dancing attitude, playing a flute which he holds in both hands, his right knee raised, a lantern, a bottle of wine and a glass suspended from a berried garland over his shoulder, his costume painted in bright colours, the scrolled base applied with flowers and picked out in

Lot #: 149

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A fine Chelsea vase and cover, circa 1760

Of quatrelobed form supported by four scrolled feet, the domed cover and neck delicately pierced, the cover surmounted by a spray of flowers, finely painted with four panels of numerous brightly coloured birds including a peacock, ducks, a turkey and an owl, reserved on a raspberry-coloured ground

Lot #: 150

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare Bow duck tureen and cover, circa 1755-56

Carefully modelled with its head turned in a realistic manner, the plumage with individual overlapping feathers picked out in shades of brown, mauve, puce and green, 12.2cm long (2

Lot #: 151

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare Bow milk jug, circa 1758-60

Thinly potted and of hexagonal form with an angular handle, painted in famille rose palette with the 'Two Quail' or 'Partridge' pattern, the two birds shaded by a flowering plant, flowers and an insect to one side, within a puce foliate border, 6.2cm high

Lot #: 152

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare pair of Bow small bowls, circa 1750-52

The deep centres painted with a group of water-plants surrounded by scattered sprigs and a multi-coloured insect in flight, a formal border of flowerheads and leaves just inside the lobed rims, a red 'line and loop' border around the wells, 15.2cm diam (2

Lot #: 153

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A good Bow sauceboat, circa 1750

Of high-footed form, crisply moulded with swags of fruit and flowers suspended from the scrolled rim, more swags around the oval foot, the high double-scrolled handle with an acanthus thumbrest, gilded inside and out with flower sprays and scattered insects, a formal border inside the rim, 22.3cm

Lot #: 154

Estimate: £700 - £900

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Longton Hall 'strawberry' deep plate, circa 1755

The border moulded in high relief with strawberries, leaves and stalks picked out in red, tones of green and puce, the interior particularly well painted in 'Trembly Rose' style with a flower spray, scattered sprigs and an insect in flight, 23.4cm diam

Lot #: 155

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019