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Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables
Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables to include Vintage Wine, Spirits & Champagne, Toys & Models
Lot 501A rare Wedgwood Fairyland lustre Daventry pedestal bowl, circa 1925, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, decorated to the interior with the Imps on a Bridge 'Roc Centre' pattern within a pine cone and poinsettia border from the Ghostly Wood pattern, and to the exterior with a blue ground band of fairies and elves sat upon toadstools with spider's webs behind, from the Dana pattern, reserved on a bronze lustred ground, printed to base with Portland Vase WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND mark, and painted pattern number Z5443 V, 32.8cm diameter by 13.2cm high, together with a turned wooden revolving display stand, labelled 'Betula Ltd, Sharpleshall Street, London, NW1', 37.5 by 10cm. (2) Purportedly purchased by the vendor's parents from Harrods..
Estimate: £5000 - £8000
Lot 503A Royal Worcester porcelain ivory blush ewer, dated 1900, shape number 1047, with C shape handle formed as a bunch of reed bound by a ribbon, the body with two moulded bands of reeding, the rim decorated with relief moulded and gilded flowers, the lower sections painted with wild flowers, gilt highlights to the rims, banding and handle, green printed factory marks, Rd No 17049, 8.5 by 22.5cm high..
Lot 505A collection of Lladro and Nao figures comprising, Lladro 'Gone Fishing, no. 4809, Lladro 'Girl with Rooster', no. 4591, Lladro 'Boy with Yacht', no. 4810, Lladro 'Making a wish', no. 5725, Lladro 'Peace Dove', no. 1015, Lladro 'Little Duck', no. 4552, Nao 'To Light the Way', no. 1155, a/f, and Nao 'Girl with basket' together with a Porceval figurine of a turtle dove. (9).
Lot 506A Royal Copenhagen part dinner service, Tunna pattern with narrow gilt bands to ribbed rims, bases marked Royal Copenhagen, Denmark 1277 14061, comprising twenty five dinner plates, eleven side plates, ten soup bowls with eleven saucers, eleven cups with eleven saucers, two dwarf candlesticks, large fruit bowl, small fruit bowl, nine shallow bowls, eleven side plates, twin handled circular tureen (no cover), sucrier and cover, cream jug, small gravy boat, six variously shaped serving dishes, two small oblong dishes and two vegetable dishes with attached stands. (106).
Lot 508A collection of Poole pottery including early 20th century pieces such as a vase with floral medallions and green and yellow bands to purple spotted neck, 11 by 15.5cm, and a basket with applied handle decorated in purple, blue and green, 21cm diameter, all with Carter Stabler Adams impressed marked to base, together with various later pieces of Poole such as a pair of small posy vases, a toast rack, a mug, a small platter, a pair of bowl, a milk jug, 10cm high. (25).
Lot 509A group of china, comprising two Victorian pot lids 'The Village Wedding, Teniers Pinx', each 10.5 by 5cm, a Victorian Staffordshire model of a thatched cottage, with bocage flowers, 11 by 7 by 12cm, a Beswick figurine 'Jemima Puddleduck', gold backstamp, 11cm, a Francesca Art China figurine 'King Arthur', and a Royal Doulton figurine 'Diane', HN3604, 21cm. (6).
Estimate: £40 - £60
Lot 512A collection of Graham Payne Studio ceramics, hand painted, comprising eight napkin rings, variously painted with a Chick, Red Grouse, Silver grey Dorking, Woodcock, Blue Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Large Black and a Gloucester Old Spot, together with an egg cup and a circular trinket box, the lid painted with a Common Partridge, majority signed S. Smith and many dated 1983, all in original boxes. (10).
Lot 514A group of Worcester porcelain comprising a blush posy vase, decorated with Michaelmas Daisies, number 991, with Puce marks verso, 7.5cm high, a blush bamboo style cream jug, with green printed mark below, 6cm high, a Crown Ware pedestal bowl, 7cm high and 11.5cm diameter, together with a Liverpool porcelain tea bowl, 8.5cm diameter. (4).
Lot 516A group of 18th century and later English and European ceramics including a Vienna bowl, painted with prunus blossom and birds, in the Chinese style, with Chinese character mark to the base, 11cm diameter, a Vienna miniature tea cup and saucer in the Sevres style, two Prattware pot lids, 10.5cm diameter, 13.5cm diameter with frame, and a Royal Crown Derby trinket dish painted with roses, together with an enamel tile painted in the style of Delft, 10 by 9.5cm. (10).
Lot 519A Royal Worcester part dinner service, decorated in the Beaufort pattern, 1981, comprising ten dinner plates, ten soup bowls, ten starter plates, seven side plates, ten dessert bowls, two large tureens and covers, a large circular fruit bowl, an oval vegetable serving bowl and an oval platter, printed factory marks. (56).
Lot 521A collection of Winnie the Pooh figurines, comprising Doulton Christopher Robin, WP9, 13cm, a Beswick 'Pooh, 6cm, a Beswick 'Piglet', a Beswick Eeyore, a Beswick 'Tigger', a Royal Albert 'Johnny Town-Mouse, together with a collection of boxed 'The World of Beatrix Potter' Figurines, comprising (R) Peter Rabbit in Watering Can, Alphabet Figurine, A5010, (S) Mrs Tittlemouse Alphabet Figurine, A5011, Old Woman in Shoe, 643904, Lady Mouse (miniature figurine), A3411, Hunca Munca, 271756, and Tailor of Gloucester, 271829. (12).
Lot 522A Continental ceramic candlestick in the form of a wolf holding out two candlesticks, wearing grey tailcoat, red waistcoat an cravat, stepped rectangular base, base stamped with maker's mark A in diamond, 26.5cm, together with 'The Surfer' Regal china for James Beam Whiskey ceramic bottle in the form of a fox holding surfing, wearing top hat, circa 1975, 32.5cm. (2).
Lot 525A collection of china items including a Royal Worcester plate, printed with Japanese images in blue, 22.5cm, a Victorian style bon bon dish, pink glazed shell bowl above dolphin support on stylised wave base, stamped Italy and inscribed indistinctly to base 13 by 12cm, a Meissen style figural candlestick, 17cm, an Edwardian bon bon dish with silver plated stand, an 800 silver cigarette holder and a glass votive. (6).
Lot 526A Victorian Copeland Spode part dinner service, painted and transfer printed with a band of trailing ivy and morning glory with further magenta band to rim, gilded detailing, bases stamped Copeland above crown and also painted with red number D9673 OT, comprising nineteen dinner plates, nine side plates, eleven soup bowls, eight starter plates, large tureen with cover, stand and ladle, three medium tureens with covers and one without, two small tureens with covers, small ladle, large oval tureen without cover, two gravy boats, meat plate, and five oval graduated serving plates, some pieces a/f. (67).
Lot 527A Victorian bargeware teapot, the finial in the form of a teapot, with applied floral medallion to brown glazed body, applied ribbon stamped 'A Present to James Carver', 31 by 29cm, together with an Edwardian twin spouted teapot, the black glazed body with gilt decoration and inscribed 'William Barker, Wolverhampton, June, 1905, 28 by 19cm. (2).
Lot 528A group of Victorian and later Willow Pattern china, comprising five Graingers Worcester plates, 20cm, two Graingers Worcester egg cups, two Royal Worcester serving dishes, shallow bowl and deep bowl, a Mintons dish, deep bowl and small broken dish, a/f, and an unmarked deep bowl, each with gilt highlighted rims. (15).
Estimate: £50 - £80
Lot 536A large quantity of Old England Garden pattern china, mid 20th century, including dinner, tea, coffee and ornamental items including three coffee pots, 19.5cm high, five tea pots, one with tea cosy, three tureens with covers, two biscuit barrels, largest 12cm high, a preserve jar with lid and spoon, 9.5cm high, three butter dishes, seven coffee cans with saucers, twenty-two tea cups, a rectangular serving dish, 30 by 24cm, a toast rack, 17.5cm, and various other pieces. (148).
Lot 537Catherine Maude Nichols RE (British, 1847-1923): 'Brancaster Staithe', a study of the coastline, etching, signed in pencil lower right margin, with legend verso, 15 by 38cm, framed, 37 by 61cm, together with Fred Newman (British, 20th century): 'The Tower of London', etching, signed in pencil lower margin, 16 by 11cm, glazed and framed, 25 by 18cm. (2) Note: Nichols was one of the first Lady Fellows of the Royal Society of Painter - Etchers, elected in 1882, and a member of the Norwich Art Circle..
Lot 542Alexander Millar (Scottish, b. 1960): a limited edition signed giclee print, titled 'Thank You, Sir', number 403/795, complete with Washington Green Fine Art Certificate of authenticity, signed in pencil lower right, numbered lower left, 21 by 15cm, glazed and framed 51 by 42cm..
Lot 543After Sir William Russell Flint RA (British, 1880-1969): two prints comprising 'Sensitive Plants', limited edited 194 / 753, with blind stamp, 40 by 28cm, framed, 73 by 62cm, and 'Girl in a Blue Dress', limited edition 355 / 850, with blind stamp, 31 by 39cm, framed, 59 by 70cm. (2).
Lot 546After Levi Dorit: 'Jam Session', a limited edition print, depicting musicians playing the piano, saxophone and harp, numbered 248/ 395, signed lower right, 25 by 31cm, glazed and framed 51 by 57cm, together with after Itzchak Tarkay, a limited edition coloured serigraph, 'Untitled Number 21', 30 by 30cm, framed and glazed 51 by 51cm, each complete with P & O Cruises Fine Art certificates. (2).
Lot 547After Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989): a pair of limited edition prints Dali's series of Dante's Divine Comedy, Canto 23, The Triumph of Christ and The Virgin and Canto 27, The Last Words of Virgil, each numbered 4429 / 4765, and complete with certificates of Authenticity from the West End Gallery, Miami, Florida, numbered in pencil, lower left, 30 by 23, glazed and framed 54 by 46cm. (2) Notes: These limited edition prints are images from the one hundred and one in the series illustrating Dante's Divine Comedy that Dali realised between the years 1951 and 1964, commissioned to celebrate the seven hundredth anniversary of Dante's birth in 1965..