Fine Glass and British Ceramics

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Date of the auction: 05.06.2019

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A Nantgarw plate of Duke of Cambridge type, circa 1818-20

Painted in London with a border of alternate lobed and oval panels edged in gold and reserved on a ground of red drapery, the panels painted with birds on branches, still lives of fruit and ruinous castles, a full spray of flowers in the centre, the cavetto edged with gilt scrollwork, more gilt

Lot #: 258

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Minton majolica game pie dish, cover and liner, dated 1874

Of oval form with rustic handles,the sides moulded with oval panels of a hare and pheasant picked out in colours against the pale yellow basketweave ground, the cover surmounted by a hunting dog sleeping beside a shotgun, powder flasks and game bag, 36cm long, impressed MINTON, shape 964 and date

Lot #: 260

Estimate: £500 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A pair of Minton Majolica toby jugs, dated 1867

Modelled as a standing lady and gentleman in eighteenth century style, she with a shawl wrapped tightly around her and a fan in her left hand, he wearing a tricorn hat, both hands in his pockets, both brightly coloured in typical style, 29cm high, impressed marks and date ciphers (2

Lot #: 262

Estimate: £600 - £1,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Royal Worcester painted fruit boxed coffee set, dated 1920

Painted with continuous bands of autumn fruits set against a mossy ground by Louis Flexman, signed, reserved on a deep blue ground, the gilded borders with white jewelling, the wells and interior of the cups gilded, comprising six coffee cups and six saucers, saucers 9.5cm diam, puce marks (12

Lot #: 264

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare green-tinted berkemeyer, Dutch or German, mid 16th century

The conical bowl rising from a cylindrical base applied with two rows of pointed prunts beneath a single trailed thread, the pincered footrim forming a series of 'toes', with surface encrustation from burial, 10cm high

Lot #: 1

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare façon de Venise blue-tinted mug, probably Catalonian, 17th century

Of distinctive 'gorge' shape with a round body without a footrim and a cylindrical, slightly-flared neck trailed in white at the rim, applied with a trailed loop handle terminating in a hollow bulb at the base, 9.5cm high

Lot #: 3

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Spanish façon de Venise bowl, Castille or Catalonian, 17th century

In pale yellow-tinted glass with an ogee body lightly moulded with spiral flutes, applied with trailed blue glass S-shaped handles and a pale blue rim, 7.7cm high, 13.5cm wide across the handles

Lot #: 4

Estimate: £600 - £1,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Bohemian Enamelled cobalt blue glass jug, dated 1599

In rich, dark blue glass, with a globular body and cylindrical neck, the applied grooved loop handle with a flattened thumbrest and two corresponding trailed rings around the vessel, painted in colours with a fox hunt, two running hounds, one white, the other light-fawn, pursuing a red fox among

Lot #: 5

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare enamelled façon de Venise wine glass, dated 1674

Possibly Swiss or Bohemian, the delicate funnel bowl painted in colours with a figure of a gentleman holding a wineglass, a work-bench with possibly a plane or wood-working tool beside him, a spray of lily-of-the-valley on the reverse, on a hollow inverted baluster stem and conical foot folded at

Lot #: 7

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Façon de Venise goblet, Netherlands or possibly English, late 17th century

The flared conical bowl set on two collars above a hollow quatrefoil knop resting on two further collars or mereses, on a wide folded conical foot, 17.5cm high

Lot #: 8

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A façon de Venise serpent-stemmed winged wine glass, 17th century

The small conical bowl on a wide merese, supported by an extraordinary stem formed from a slender rope of glass containing spiral threads of white and blue, looped symmetrically into curlicues, applied at the sides with pincered clear glass ornament, evenly spaced and surmounted by flattened finials

Lot #: 9

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A façon de Venise serpent-stemmed winged wine glass, 17th century

The conical bowl on a slender merese nestled above a remarkable stem formed from a knotted rope of glass, the twisted tubing containing spriral threads of red, white and blue ribbon, looped symmetrically, applied at the sides with pincered clear glass trails and surmounted by flattened finials

Lot #: 10

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Dutch or German engraved goblet and cover, circa 1740

The conical bowl engraved with emblems including a sword and a key crossed behind a column and a thorn bush beneath a sunburst, inscribed Sans toi je meurs. ilya sbrce en la Foi & en la justice., set on collars and a cushion knop over a 4-sided pedestal stem and a folded foot, the cover with a

Lot #: 12

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Facon de Venise wine glass, 17th century

Probably Netherlands, with a plain conical bowl on a hollow tapering stem, the conical foot folded at the rim, 14.7cm high

Lot #: 15

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Six short or dwarf ale glasses, early 18th century

With wrythen moulding stopping below the rims and terminating in flamiform fringes, on rudimentary spiral stems with various simple knops, four of the glasses set on folded feet, the other two with plain conical feet, 11.4cm - 13.4cm high (6

Lot #: 16

Estimate: £600 - £900

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Four early short ale or dwarf ale glasses, early 18th century

With wrythen moulding stopping below the plain rims, the rudimentary stems with two or three spiral knops, all on folded conical feet, 12.8cm - 13.7cm high (4

Lot #: 17

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A large acorn-knopped heavy baluster goblet, circa 1710-15

The generous round funnel bowl solid at the base, set on a cushion knop above a substantial teared acorn knop and teared basal knop, over a domed and folded foot, 23.8cm high

Lot #: 18

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Two massive baluster ceremonial goblets, circa 1715-25

With rounded funnel bowls, set on a triple-ringed annulated knop above a true baluster teared at the base, on domed and folded feet, 24.8cm-25cm high (2

Lot #: 19

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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An early ale glass, circa 1700

The bell shaped bowl with basal fluting terminating in a flamiform fringe emphasised by the use of 'waffle' pincering, on a hollow reeded knop above a dumb-bell stem containing tears, on a slightly-domed conical folded foot, 15.6cm high

Lot #: 20

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A moulded-stem wine glass, circa 1715-20

The conical bowl with a teared solid base, set on a four-sided moulded hollow stem with sloping shoulders, above a folded conical foot, 17.8cm high

Lot #: 22

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A heavy baluster wine glass, circa 1725

The deep pointed funnel bowl with teared solid base, set on a teared drop knop over a cushion knop and true baluster with basal knop and domed foot, 18cm high

Lot #: 23

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A heavy baluster wine glass, circa 1710

The rounded funnel bowl solid at the base, set on a teared ball knop above a plain section, on a heavy folded foot, 13.1cm high

Lot #: 24

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Three airtwist glasses, circa 1745-60

One wine glass with a bell bowl with a beaded base, on a shoulder-knopped multiple spiral airtwist stem and domed foot, 16.8cm high, another wine glass, the drawn trumpet bowl with an unusual acorn-cup base, on a multiple spiral airtwist stem and heavy foot, 18.5cm high, the third ale glass with a

Lot #: 37

Estimate: £500 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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Five wine glasses with twist stems, mid 18th century

Comprising an airtwist wine with a bell bowl, the multiple spiral stem with a vermiform collar, 16.5cm high, another with a drawn trumpet bowl on collars above a knopped multiple spiral airtwist stem, 17.2cm high, a mixed-twist wine glass with a bell bowl on a multiple spiral air corkscrew with

Lot #: 38

Estimate: £750 - £1,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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An inscribed Beilby enamelled opaque twist wine glass, circa 1765

The bucket bowl decorated in the Beilby workshop in opaque-white enamel with the inscribed name 'M.HAY.', beneath a foliate-scroll border, the double-series opaque twist stem on a conical foot, 15.4cm high

Lot #: 40

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A rare octagonal opaque twist wine glass, circa 1765

The ogee bowl sharply-moulded with eight evenly-spaced sides, the stem with an opaque white corkscrew encircled by a pair of further ribbon corkscrews, 14.9cm high

Lot #: 41

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A pair of opaque white glass finger bowls and stands, circa 1750-60

Attributed to South Staffordshire, the bowls of plain rounded shape with kick-in bases without footrims, the stands with sunken centres and flat rims, each piece enamelled in Chinese famille rose style with a bird on the stem of a peony spray, other scattered plants and leaf sprigs, the stands 15cm

Lot #: 42

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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An interesting Yarmouth type tumbler, attributed to William Absolon, circa 1790

Of barrel shape, wheel-engraved with a ship in full sail, within an inscription 'SUCCESS TO THE NAUTILUS', the reverse with initial cipher WG, the engraved inscription and cipher picked out in gilding, 9.9cm high

Lot #: 43

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A Newcastle engraved rummer, circa 1840

The straight-sided bowl engraved with a view of 'St. Nicholas Church Newcastle', titled beneath, the reverse with a tazza of fruit and initials AP, 13.6cm high

Lot #: 44

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 5 Jun 2019

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A fine-cut glass 'Prince of Wales service' decanter and stopper and seven...

By Perrin Geddes and Co. of Warrington, the decanter elaborately cut with an oval medallion engraved with the Prince of Wales' feathers and motto, within a foliate-scroll border, reserved on a band of raised diamonds, the tapering shoulder cut with spiral pillar flutes outlined in fine diamonds

Lot #: 45*

Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000

Date: 5 Jun 2019