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Lot 3A Victorian Royal Worcester porcelain tete a tete tea service, decorated in Chinese style with prunus blossom, a pink border and gilt edges, modelled with gilt ribbon bound reeded form handles, comprising teapot, 12cm, lidded sugar bowl, milk jug, slop bowl, two cups, each 6.5 by 6.5cm, two saucers, 11.2cm, and tray, 37.5cm, printed and impressed factory marks and painted pattern number 9100, all dated 1881 except one teacup dated 1882. (9).
Lot 6A group of three pieces of Edwardian Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain, comprising a vase of garlic bulb form with twin handles and narrow moulded rim, missing cover, dated 1892, shape number 694, decorated with sprays of flowers, gilt highlights to the rims and handles, puce printed factory marks, 15.5 by 22.5cm high, a ewer of tapering form, dated 1908, shape number 1047, decorated with relief moulded and gilded flowers and painted sprays of flowers, gilt highlights to the rims, banding and handle, puce printed factory marks, 8.5 by 20.5cm high, and a pedestal jardinière, dated 1893, shape 1485, with four embossed mask handles, moulded friezes and blush ivory decoration with gilt highlights, a/f damage and repair to base of bowl, 21 by 18cm high. (3).
Lot 7A group of Royal Worcester blush ivory tea cup sets, all with moulded decoration, comprising a trio pattern W6575, dated 1906, a trio pattern W 5171, dated 1898, a cup and saucer pattern 1466, dated 1896, a demi tasse cup and saucer pattern 1334, dated 1889, and a small cup and saucer pattern 1447, dated 1893. (12).
Lot 8A large Royal Albert part dinner service in the Old Country Roses pattern, comprising teapot, coffee pot, cake stand, two tiered cake stand, draining bowl and stand, two vegetable tureens with covers each 23cm diameter, two graduated circular trays, 31 by 35cm and 23 by 26cm, a cheese platter, 29cm diameter, an oval meat platter, 35 by 27cm, four rectangular sandwich plates, 30 by 18cm, a butter plate 15cm, gravy boat and stand, milk jug, an oval serving dish, 25 by 15cm, twelve dinner plates, 26cm, twelve side plates, 16cm, fourteen soup bowls, 20cm, twelve dessert bowls, 16cm, twelve smaller bowls, 14cm, two egg cups, two pepperettes, twelve tea-cups and saucers and a picture frame, 16 by 14cm. (112).
Lot 14A group of late 18th / early 19th century Worcester porcelain tea cup sets, comprising a Flight tea bowl and saucer, a Flight / Flights coffee cup, teacup and saucer set, a possibly Flight and Barr coffee cup, teacup and saucer set, pattern 20 but unmarked otherwise, all with spiral fluted moulding, together with a ring handled cup and saucer, possibly Chamberlain, unmarked. (10).
Lot 18A group of Royal Crown Derby paperweights, comprising Black Faced Love Bird, limited edition 608/2500, MMVIII, gold stopper, with plastic card certificate from Hugh Gibson, 10.5cm high, Red Faced Love Bird, limited edition 608/2500, MMVIII, gold stopper, with plastic card certificate from Hugh Gibson, 9.5cm high, Misty, MMIII, gold stopper, 8.5cm, Georgian Town House, 2001, 10cm, and The Greengrocer, 2003, 9.5cm, together with two Royal Worcester figurines modelled as Empress, 288/500, 11.5cm, and Emperor, 408/500, 10cm, both dated 2000, from The Connoisseur Collection. (7).
Lot 19A Royal Crown Derby china figurine '100th Anniversary Peacock', limited edition 10/20, with certificate 'Commissioned as part of Govier's Centenary Collection, Inspired by the Floral Artistry of Albert Gregory, Excusive to Govier's of Sidmouth, This is a limited edition of 20, This is No. 10', the base signed S. P. Slack and J. Bhogal, dated 2004, 15.5 by 23cm high..
Lot 22A large mid 20th century Moorcroft hibiscus pattern vase, impressed and painted marks to base along with original paper sticker printed 'By Appointment W. Moorcroft, Potters to the late Queen Mary', 36.5cm, together with a matching Moorcroft bowl from the same period, same sticker to base, 25 by 6cm. (2).
Lot 24A large modern Herend model of a rabbit or hare, modelled seated on its haunches with ears pricked, its coat decorated in a red scale pattern, its nose and paws highlighted in gilt, on an integral naturalistic base decorated with light green and blue swirls, printed factory mark, incised model number 5334 9, 12 by 18 by 30cm high..
Lot 26Two Royal Worcester porcelain figurines, the first modelled as an Irish girl, circa 1901, wearing a shawl and bonnet, carrying a basket and walking barefoot, from the 'Countries of the World' series after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamel pale greens with gilt highlights, shape number 1874, Rd No 275719, impressed and black printed factory marks, 16cm, the second, modelled as a Navvy companion, circa 1898, a lady holding a pitcher standing by a spring, after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamel with pale green dress, red waistcoat and blue head scarf, with gilt highlights, shape number 1810, Rd No 254532, impressed and puce printed factory marks, 16cm. (2).
Lot 28A pair of modern Royal Worcester potpourri vases and pierced covers, decorated by M. Powell in ‘Spring and Summer Seasons' and 'Autumn and Winter Seasons', against a white ground with gilt highlights, the lower bodies with basket weave moulding, both a limited edition pair 'Specially Commissioned by Sinclairs', painted marks 'EB-T, P.W.' to one and 'EB-S P.W.' to the other, each 14 by 19cm high. (2).
Estimate: £800 - £1200
Lot 30A group of 19th century porcelain, many possibly New Hall, comprising a coffee can, teacup and saucer set decorated with tobacco leaf pattern, a Bute shape coffee can, teacup and saucer set printed and overpainted with flowers, a coffee can, teacup and saucer set with gilt leaves over an orange band, a tea cup and saucer decorated with orange and blue flowers and small yellow fruit, and a coffee can with ring handle decorated in all over leaf pattern, together with a Masons Ironstone coffee can, teacup and saucer set in Green Grasshopper pattern. (15).
Lot 31A group of European 19th century porcelain, comprising a Meissen style figurine, modelled as a girl with flowers, 13cm high, a French dish, of rectangular form decorated with flowers and insects, gilt highlights, together with insects, flowers and gilt highlights, 13 by 10 by 9cm, and four polychrome busts, each modelled as a girt with floral bonnet and neck ribbons, two 9cm high and two 7.5cm high. (6).
Lot 32A group of 19th century porcelain teacup sets, comprising a G. Grainger Royal Porcelain Works Worcester teacup and saucer, a Royal Crown Derby demi tasse cup and saucer in Victoria pattern, 3461, a Davenport cup and saucer decorated with large peach coloured and gilt leaves on a blue ground, pattern 970, a Coalport trio with bat wing pattern on yellow and white ground, and further trio with ring handles, possibly Samuel Alcock, pattern 8912. (12).
Lot 33A group of 18th century porcelain, comprising a Caughley tea bowl and saucer, circa 1790, decorated in the Three Flowers pattern, marked 'S', bowl 7.8 by 4.3cm, saucer 12 by 2.8cm, a Lowestoft tea bowl and saucer, circa 1770, decorated with moulded flower springs and leafy scrolls and painted with three floral sprigs around a central fourth, floral motif border, bowl 7.6 by 4.5cm, saucer 11.7 by 2.8cm, and a Liverpool tea bowl and saucer, probably Philip Christian, circa 1770, decorated in the Bird on a Branch pattern, bowl 7.8 by 4.1cm, saucer 12.2 by 2.2cm. (3).
Lot 34A Swansea porcelain trio, together with three other trios, the Swansea set with wrythern and basket weave moulding and decorated with two red and two blue flowers, the saucer with fifth painted centrally, saucer marked in red 'Swansea', a Rockingham set with basket weave moulding and decorated with gilt flowers and leaves against a dark blue band to the edges, pattern 779, a Nautilus set with ridge moulding decorated with flowers against a blush ground, and a fourth set, possibly Charles Bourne, decorated with red flowers against a white ground, pattern 317. (12).
Lot 37An Art Nouveau centrepiece in the style of WMF, the gilt metal mount in the form of a young girl reaching out towards the upper tulip form ceramic vase, matching bowl below, both glazed with pink flowers on yellow ground, apparently unmarked, bowl 26cm diameter, 32 by 26 by 50cm overall..
Lot 40A porcelain and gilt metal mounted salt cellar, probably French early 19th century, decorated with finely modelled flowers, the bowl with gilt interior and pink exterior, the base with pierced and finely cast foliate and floral scrolling tendrils, 12 by 13 by 16cm high..
Estimate: £200 - £300
Lot 41A group of 18th and 19th century porcelain, comprising a Caughley teapot, circa 1780, decorated in Three Flowers and Butterfly pattern, with an associated cover decorated with two birds and moulded flower finial, 14cm high, a Worcester butter dish stand with moulded handles decorated in the Three Flowers pattern, crescent mark 17.5 by 12.7 by 3.5cm high, a New Hall saucer decorated in the Boy and the Butterfly pattern, 13 by 3.7cm, a further saucer decorated in iron red and cobalt blue, 13.5 by 2.7cm, two Spode miniature urns, printed in purple, and a Coalport lidded sucrier and stand, moulded body, decorated with floral circles and scrolling leaves, 13 by 12 by 13cm. (8).
Lot 44A set of four modern Royal Worcester pedestal vases and covers, with twin moulded handles supported on face masks, shape number 2363, each decorated differently with an oval reserve and gilt 'W' to back, further moulding and gilt highlights throughout, comprising one with a reserve of shells against a pale cream ground, one with a reserve of a country church against a pale pink ground, one with a reserve of flowers and fruit against a pale green ground, and one with a reserve of birds feathers against a pale blue ground, each reserve initialled MP, each with gold factory marks and painted initial PW and shape number 2363, circa 2005, each 12.5 by 21cm high. (4).