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Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
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St James’s
SW1Y 5LU London
United Kingdom
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Date of the auction: 06.07.2020

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A Chelsea octagonal dish

A Chelsea octagonal dish , circa 1756, painted in shades of green with a central flower spray within a swag border suspended from a gilt dentil bordered rim, red anchor mark, paper label with legend Old Chelsea Dish, decorated with flowers in green festoon property of the late J Haslam Derby , 22cm

Lot #: 1

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Derby frill vase and cover

A Derby frill vase and cover, circa 1765, decorated with insects, the cover surmounted with a bird, 28cm high; another similar without cover, 19.5cm high; and a small Derby plate painted with fruit and insects, circa 1760, shaped brown-line rim, 16.5cm diameter Provenance: Private Collection

Lot #: 2

Estimate: £500 - £700

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A pair of Derby figures of Juno and Jupiter on square gilt line bases

A pair of Derby figures of Juno and Jupiter on square gilt line bases , circa 1820, 16.5cm and 18.5cm high Provenance: Private Collection, Wantage Condition Report: Faint firing fault to Juno's neck, Zeus's right arm restored. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 3

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Derby bocage candlestick group of a fox with fowl

A Derby bocage candlestick group of a fox with fowl , circa 1770, modelled on a C-scroll and shell-moulded base, the bocage surmounted with a candle sconce, 24cm high; and another similar modelled with rabbits , 17cm high Provenance: Private Collection, Wantage Condition Report: Rabbits lack sconce

Lot #: 4

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A pair of Derby bocage groups of cows with calves at foot

A pair of Derby bocage groups of cows with calves at foot , circa 1820, the tallest 15cm high Provenance: Private Collection, Wantage Condition Report: One missing part of bocage, horns restored. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 5

Estimate: £120 - £180

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Derby ice pail and cover

A Derby ice pail and cover, circa 1820, decorated in blue, iron-red, green and gilt with flowering shrubs, iron-red script mark, 26cm high Provenance: Private Collection, Wantage Condition Report: One handle has visible signs of old restoration, the other has a firing fault, crack to cover, missing

Lot #: 6

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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The remnants of a Derby (Rbt. Bloor) dinner service

The remnants of a Derby (Rbt. Bloor) dinner service , circa 1825, painted with panels of flowers reserved on a blue and gilt ground; another Bloor Derby floral plate and a selection of Booth's pottery in the Worcester style, early 20 the century Condition Report: Potential purchasers are advised to

Lot #: 7

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Worcester blue-ground and gilt pierced-oval two-handled basket

A Worcester blue-ground and gilt pierced-oval two-handled basket, circa 1770, the well painted with a floral spray within a gilt lappet border, blue hatched square mark, 20.5cm in length Sold in these rooms, ex-lot 89, 28th March 2018. Condition Report: Some small nibbles to the flower terminals of

Lot #: 8

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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Three items of Worcester porcelain

Three items of Worcester porcelain , various dates 18th & 19th centuries, comprising: a blue ground butter dish and cover painted with panels of flowers, crescent mark, 12cm wide; a 'Royal Lily' pattern basket, 19cm in length; and a Chamberlain's green-ground vase painted with flowers, 15cm high

Lot #: 9

Estimate: £250 - £350

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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An English porcelain bough pot and cover

An English porcelain bough pot and cover , early 19th century, possibly Worcester, Grainger, painted with landscape panels, 23.5cm in length Condition Report: Cracks and repairs to both sections. Pot is also rivetted. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 10

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A pair of Worcester blue-ground (gros bleu) two-handled chocolate cups

A pair of Worcester blue-ground ( gros bleu ) two-handled chocolate cups, covers and stands, circa 1770, painted with panels of flowers within gilt lappet band borders, the saucers with blue fretted square marks, the cups with a fretted square mark and a crescent mark Provenance: Albert Amor Ltd

Lot #: 11

Estimate: £800 - £1,200

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A small selection of Worcester blue-scale-ground tea wares

A small selection of Worcester blue-scale-ground tea wares , circa 1770, comprising two various trios and a coffee cup and saucer Condition Report: Some wear. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 12

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Derby polychrome Chinese Export style coffee cup

A Derby polychrome Chinese Export style coffee cup , circa 1765, painted and gilt in the famille rose palette, 6cm high; and another Derby fluted coffee cup , circa 1765, painted in the Worcester manner with a version of the 'Scarlet Japan' pattern, 6cm high (2) Provenance: A private English

Lot #: 13

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Liverpool porcelain blue and white chinoiserie punch bowl

A Liverpool porcelain blue and white chinoiserie punch bowl , circa 1770, probably Philip Christian, painted with flowering shrubs issuing from rockwork in a fenced garden, 23cm diameter Condition Report: Small rim chip. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 14

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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An English porcelain blue and white printed and painted punch bowl

An English porcelain blue and white printed and painted punch bowl , Liverpool or Lowestoft, circa 1780, printed with a version of the Worcester 'Naturalistic Sprays Group' pattern, paper collection label, 24cm diameter Condition Report: Two body cracks. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 15

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Worcester blue and white triple-shell sweetmeat stand

A Worcester blue and white triple-shell sweetmeat stand , circa 1765-70, painted with the so-called 'Sweetmeat Stand Rose' pattern, paper collection label, 20cm diameter Provenance: A. Leonard Fuller Collection. Cf. Branyan, French & Sandon, Worcester Blue & White Porcelain (1990), p. 260 Condition

Lot #: 16

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A selection of English blue and white printed 'Pinecone' pattern porcelain

A selection of English blue and white printed 'Pinecone' pattern porcelain , 18th & 19th centuries, comprising: two Worcester pierced baskets, both with cross-hatched crescent marks, 17.5cm & 24cm diameter; three various Worcester plates in sizes, two with crescent marks, 23cm diameter and smaller

Lot #: 17

Estimate: £250 - £350

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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Three Worcester blue and white graduated chargers printed with the...

Three Worcester blue and white graduated chargers printed with the 'Pinecone' pattern , paper collection labels, one with Chinese mark, two with hatched crescent marks, 37cm, 33cm and 30cm diameter Provenance: The A. Leonard Fuller Collection. Condition Report: The smaller has rim chips Condition

Lot #: 18

Estimate: £150 - £200

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Worcester 'Parrot Pecking Fruit' pattern cabbage leaf-moulded mask-jug

A Worcester 'Parrot Pecking Fruit' pattern cabbage leaf-moulded mask-jug , circa 1780, paper collection label, hatched crescent mark, 17cm high Provenance: The A. Leonard Fuller Collection. Condition Report: No serious damage issues. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 19

Estimate: £70 - £100

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A large Worcester 'Parrot Pecking Fruit' pattern cabbage leaf-moulded mask-jug

A large Worcester 'Parrot Pecking Fruit' pattern cabbage leaf-moulded mask-jug , circa 1780, paper collection label, hatched crescent mark, 29cm high Provenance: The A. Leonard Fuller Collection. Condition Report: No serious damage issues noted. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 20

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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Three items of Worcester blue and white printed porcelain

Three items of Worcester blue and white printed porcelain , circa 1775, comprising; two cylindrical mugs printed with the 'Bouquets' pattern, the tallest with collection label, both with hatched crescent marks, 11.5cm & 14cm high; and a cabbage-leaf moulded mask jug printed with a version of the

Lot #: 21

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Ridgway porcelain claret-ground and gilt 'Rococo revival' part dessert...

A Ridgway porcelain claret-ground and gilt 'Rococo revival' part dessert service painted with flowers , mid 19th century, comprising: a tall comport; five various serving dishes and three plates, fractional pattern no. 2/4892; and associated plates Condition Report: Some damage. Interested parties

Lot #: 22

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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An English porcelain grey-ground and gilt 'Rococo revival' part dessert service

An English porcelain grey-ground and gilt 'Rococo revival' part dessert service, circa 1840, comprising: a comport; four oval dishes or tureen stands; two shaped square dishes and eight plates, painted pattern no. 1050 Provenance: The Property of an English Lady Condition Report: One plate cracked

Lot #: 23

Estimate: £300 - £400

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Bristol pearlware polychrome jug

A Bristol pearlware polychrome jug , circa 1825, painted with flowers possibly by William Fifield, 17cm high The estate of Christopher and Rosemary Warren. Condition Report: No serious damage issues. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 24

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A selection of English pottery and porcelain models of hounds

A selection of English pottery and porcelain models of hounds , various dates, for the most part second and third quarter 19th century, including a Staffordshire porcelain model of a spaniel with her pups in a two-handled basket, 12.5cm diameter; a pair of Staffordshire models of spaniels with brown

Lot #: 25

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A group of Staffordshire equestrian figures

A group of Staffordshire equestrian figures , various dates mid 19th century, comprising: highwaymen Tom King and Dick Turpin, 22cm high; Garibaldi and Col. Peard, 24cm high; a group of three Crimean War subjects; Omar Pacha, The Sultan and Marshal Arnaud, 20.5cm high and smaller; Queen Victoria and

Lot #: 26

Estimate: £250 - £350

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Bristol pearlware Pratt-type spirit barrel

A Bristol pearlware Pratt-type spirit barrel , circa 1820, painted in Pratt-type shades with stylised foliate bands, 10.5cm high The estate of Christopher and Rosemary Warren. Condition Report: No damage detected. Condition Report Disclaimer

Lot #: 27

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Bristol pearlware Pratt-type commemorative dated spirit barrel

A Bristol pearlware Pratt-type commemorative dated spirit barrel , 1821, painted in Pratt-type shades with stylised foliate bands, the top inscribed William Thomas Agust (sic) 4th 1821 , 16cm high The estate of Christopher and Rosemary Warren. Condition Report: No serious damage detected. Condition

Lot #: 28

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Bristol (Pountney) pearlware commemorative and dated spirit barrel

A Bristol (Pountney) pearlware commemorative and dated spirit barrel , 1832, painted in William Fifield manner with flowers and inscribed with initials JG and dated 1832 , 12cm high The estate of Christopher and Rosemary Warren. Condition Report: No serious damage issues noted. Condition Report

Lot #: 29

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 6 Jul 2020

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A Bristol delft polychrome chinoiserie charger

A Bristol delft polychrome chinoiserie charger, circa 1730, painted with a peacock perched on rockwork before a flowering shrub, 34.5cm diameter The estate of Christopher and Rosemary Warren. Condition Report: Wear to the leading edge of the rim but no serious damage detected. Condition Report

Lot #: 30

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 6 Jul 2020