The Olive Collection

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Date of the auction: 31.01.2019

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An early 18th century pewter porringer, English, circa 1700 - 20

Having a single coronet ear stamped to the centre with the initials 'EW', and a bellied-bowl with boss, unmarked, diameter 13cm

Lot #: 247

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare Charles II pewter hammerhead baluster measure, circa 1670

Quart capacity, having a plain body, the lid with two incised lines and struck three times with the ownership triad 'I' over 'H D', unrecorded maker's mark (PS13371, M1651) to single-curve handle, [35 fl.oz], 21.5cm high

Lot #: 248

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A Charles II pewter broad-rim charger, circa 1680

The plain rim with ownership triad 'E' over 'S T', together with the maker's hallmarks of Lawrence Dyer, London, [fl.1649-1691], [PS3017, M1527], 18in. diameter, 3in. rim, (33

Lot #: 249

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A good pewter unlidded pot-bellied measure, Aberdeen or Inverness, circa 1700

Scots Ale Standard Mutchkin capacity, the body of typical form - a flared collar, slender neck, bulbous belly and gently in-curved 'foot' - the simple curved handle with a 'boot-heel' terminal, typically unmarked, 16.5 fl.oz, 13.2cm high

Lot #: 250

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare George I pewter tavern pot, quart capacity, circa 1720

The truncated cone body with a single high fillet, simple lip and multi-reeded foot, the hollow S-curve handle with fish-tail terminal, worn maker's mark under base, probably 'RC', [PS 2194, M1268], capacity 38.75 fl.oz., height 16cm

Lot #: 251

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare mid-18th century pewter Jersey lidded measure, circa 1750

Of unusual 1½ pint capacity The body of typical plain form, having a long waisted neck and bulbous 'belly', a heart-shaped lid, twin-acorn thumbpiece, single flanged hinge, and strap-like handle, stamped 'GR' verification mark twice to rim, scratched capacity mark '1½' to both the lid and body

Lot #: 252

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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An early 19th century lead tobacco jar, Dutch/English

Of oval form, cast in relief with armorials and trophies of agricultural implements, the domed lid plain, with presser, 17cm wide x 10cm deep x 11.5cm high, together with a lead tobacco jar, of cylindrical form, and with gadrooned rims and traces of green paint, 12cm diameter x 13cm high, (2

Lot #: 253

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare James I brass warming pan, 1610 - 1619

The domed cover decorated with the Royal Arms between the initials 'IR', encircled by the legend 'GOD SAVE KINGE JAMES', and the date '161_', the last digit obscured by a repair to the hinge, with iron pan and handle, 31.5cm cover diameter x 120cm high

Lot #: 254

Estimate: £1,200 - £1,800

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A large brass alloy bowl

With central boss, and everted rim, faint decorative lines to the exterior, 40.5cm diameter x 9.5cm high

Lot #: 255

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A late 17th century brass dish, probably Dutch, circa 1675

Punch-decorated with a stylised central quartered coat of arms, the rim decorated with waves, 26cm diameter

Lot #: 256

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A Staffordshire slipware cup or porringer, dated 1700

Of shallow cylindrical form, slightly rounded at the foot, a small strap handle applied at the side, the exterior trailed in cream-coloured slip onto the dark brown ground with a feathered tulip flanked by the date '1700', vertical stripes to either side, 5.5cm high

Lot #: 257

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A London delftware 'bleu persan' potting pot, circa 1690-1700

Oval with straight sides and a flat base entirely glazed in bright blue, the exterior painted in white with panels of formal flowering plants divided by leaf and floret motifs, 16.8cm long, 9cm high

Lot #: 258

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A delftware 'bleu persan' bleeding bowl or porringer, circa 1680-90

The rounded bowl with a slightly everted rim and an applied flat, scalloped handle pierced with a five-petalled floret, glazed all over in a rich deep blue colour, the exterior with random white splashes, the bowl 13cm diam, 17cm wide including the handle

Lot #: 259

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A London delftware bleeding bowl or porringer, dated 1673

The small round bowl with straight sides and applied with a single side handle, painted blue with formal borders including dotted scrolls and a central circular panel inscribed A H 1673, 14.3cm diam at the rim, 19cm wide including handle

Lot #: 260

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A very unusual Nottingham saltglaze punchbowl, early 18th century

Standing on a domed and finely turned foot, the deep bowl stamped on the exterior with various plants, dogs, birds and human figures including a devil, huntsman, a soldier on horseback, a stag, a unicorn and a double-headed eagle, a formal band of rouletting below the finely turned rim, 26.2cm diam

Lot #: 261

Estimate: £5,000 - £8,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A Staffordshire slipware dish, circa 1700

Press-moulded in the centre with a crowned lion picked out in brown slip against the cream-coloured ground, the initials 'IS' moulded just below the animal's chest, the panel framed with a formal border also picked out in brown, a border of brown dots inside the shaped rim, 27.4cm diam

Lot #: 262

Estimate: £7,000 - £9,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare Henry VIII joined oak triple panel-back open armchair, circa 1540

The back with a narrow horizontal rail finely carved with three shields, two with the initials 'I' and 'N', the third with a barrel, all set within pierced and carved fruiting vine, a pair of linenfold carved vertical panels below, the shaped arms on fish-scale carved front supports, the panelled

Lot #: 263TP

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A good Charles I joined oak form or long stool, circa 1640

The top with ovolo-moulded edge and having a particularly large overhang to each end, the long rails with central broad flat run-moulding and large plain scroll-profiled spandrels, on wide splayed columnar-turned legs, joined by a run-moulded H-form stretcher, 160.5cm wide x 28.5cm deep x 62.5cm

Lot #: 264TP

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A James I joined walnut and upholstered open-armchair, circa 1620

Having a part-open rectangular padded back and stuff-over seat upholstered in modern crewel-work floral fabric, the downswept open arms on inverted-baluster-turned front supports, the front legs with similar elongated turnings, joined all round by plain stretchers, restorations, 62cm wide x 63cm

Lot #: 265TP

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A small Charles II joined oak two-door chest, West Country, circa 1670

The boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge and a linear border of dog-tooth and dot punched-decoration to the front and sides, two cupboard doors below, each with two plain panels within run-moulded rails, the sides of three panels, each framed by wide mitred-mouldings, the back of four panels

Lot #: 266TP

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A magnificent joined oak folding-table, circa 1530 - 50

The icosagon folding-top of two attractive and heavy single-piece boards, with internal iron hinges and triple-reeded upper edge, enclosing a well with four dividing boards running front to back forming compartments, the ogee-profiled frieze carved with a pattern of rinceaux, spaced by leafy-carved

Lot #: 267TP

Estimate: £30,000 - £50,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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An exceptionally large joined oak gateleg dining table, English, circa...

Having a drop-leaf oval top of heavy boards, raised on columnar over baluster-turned legs, each long stretcher with central plain blocks and addorsed balusters to the gate position, the gates and end-stretchers also baluster-turned, on bold pear-shaped feet, incorporating re-used timbers, including

Lot #: 20TP

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A rare Henry VIII joined oak 'counter table', circa 1540

The boarded top with ovolo-moulded edge, historically adapted to hinge rather than slide, the front with three parchemin-carved panels, each with addorsed trilobe, above an ogee-profiled rail, centred by a carved cross and with each undulation filled with a stylized-leaf, the impressive

Lot #: 62TP

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A pair of joined walnut and upholstered high-back side chairs, Anglo-Dutch...

In the so-called Marot style, after Daniel Marot (1663-1752) Each with an arched carved and pierced cresting centred by a basket of flowers, above a floral-carved and pierced splat with matching basket resting on a lambrequin pediment, flanked by paired shouldered-baluster 'bannister' turnings, the

Lot #: 101TP

Estimate: £600 - £800

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A Charles I/Commonwealth/Charles II boarded oak box, circa 1640-60

The two-plank lid with line-carved edge, the front and sides carved with scaly stylised dragons with arrow tongues and foliate tails, 60cm wide x 39.5cm deep x 18cm high, (23 1/2in wide x 15 1/2in deep x 7in high

Lot #: 142

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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A Staffordshire creamware coffee pot and cover, a Jackfield jug and a...

The coffee pot and cover naturalistically modelled and coloured to simulate a cauliflower, 24.4cm high, the jug of baluster form and applied with a wide strap handle, 21.5cm high, the cylindrical mug applied with leafy swags picked out in green against the sponged black and brown ground, 15.8cm high

Lot #: 184

Estimate: £350 - £500

Date: 31 Jan 2019

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a curious English delftware bin label and five various tiles, 18th century

The bin label adapted from a tile but pierced for suspension during manufacture, inscribed 'No.25' in blue, 12.5cm square, the tiles comprising a Bristol example with a coloured bowl of fruit and bianco-sopra-bianco border, another with a blue Plantation design and bianco-sopra-bianco, two London

Lot #: 229

Estimate: £450 - £600

Date: 31 Jan 2019