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Lot 503A group of Chinese famille rose porcelain, Qing Dynasty, 19th century, comprising a baluster vase, decorated with two cockerels in a flowering tree, 12 by 26.5cm, a garlic mouth bottle vase, decorated with chrysanthemum and cherry blossom, a/f rim ground down, 13 by 21cm, a faceted baluster vase, the base removed and used as a table lamp base, 10 by 25cm, and a footed bowl decorated with lion dogs and flowers, 23.5 by 10cm. (4).
Lot 504A Royal Crown Derby vase and cover, circa 1899, of shouldered ovoid form, painted in gilt with floral sprays with enamel and raised highlights against a dark blue and cream graduating ground, the cover embossed with gilt scrolling foliage, moulded finial, red printed factory marks, shape number 776, pattern number 4087, 15 by 22.5cm high..
Lot 505A pair of Royal Crown Derby vases, late 19th century, of tapering form with applied gold panther handles, decorated to each side with birds in gold foliage against a bleu de ciel ground, gilt rim highlights, dark blue printed factory marks, shape number 146, 11 by 21cm high. (2).
Lot 506A Grainger & Co, Worcester, pierced vase and cover, circa 1880, of shouldered cylindrical form on a circular foot, with twin ribbon handles and pierced rim, decorated in relief with gilt leaves and a flying insect verso, the lid with moulded finial, brown printed factory shield mark, numbered '1 1329', 13 by 29cm high..
Lot 507A Caughley Worcester pierced fruit basket bowl, circa 1780, decorated in underglaze blue with fruit and flowers, applied flowers to outside, blue Crescent mark to base, a/f restoration to side, 24.5 by 7cm, together with a creamware chestnut bowl and stand, circa 1790, of pierced oval form with twin moulded handles, possibly Neale's, bowl 30 by 18 by 13.5cm, stand 29 by 22.5cm. (3).
Lot 508A large late Victorian Royal Worcester vase, wrythen pierced floral detailing to neck, applied zoomorphic foliate handles to bulbous body, oval foliate detailed pedestal foot, the base with purple Royal Worcester mark and date letter for 1891, model 1168, rd no. 54796, 18 by 30cm, together with an early 20th century red figure amphora, depicting Hermes and Athena watching over a mortal to one side, the other side painted with scrolls and anthemion leaves, circa 1920, 14 by 32.5cm. (2).
Lot 509A Wayte & Ridge, Longton, majolica plaque, circa 1870, modelled as a 17th century gentleman with a goatee, possibly Shakespearian, standing on a veined plinth with face mask below, decorated in pale green, pale blue, buff and white, all within a moulded brown frame border, impressed factory mark 'W&R L' and '128', 16.5 by 7 by 39.5cm..
Lot 510Three pieces of Royal Worcester ivory blush porcelain, comprising a pedestal vase, dated 1913, shape number 2260, 14.5cm, a jug of squat ovoid form, dated 1892, shape number 1094, 13.5cm, and a jug of cylindrical form with moulded rim, dated 1892, shape number 1229, 15cm, each decorated with flowers and gilt highlights, each with puce printed factory marks. (3).
Lot 512A group of English and Continental porcelain, 19th century and later, comprising a pair of cylindrical vases decorated with flowers against a banded pink and white ground, with gilt highlights, 6 by 9cm, a Dresden candlestick with green scale ground, a Mason's Ironstone twin handled sauce boat, raised on four feet, 17 by 11 by 12cm high, a Royal Worcester commemorative knife opener, 21cm, a sugar bowl, a Royal Doulton figurine, modelled as 'A Victorian Lady', HN728, 19.5cm, and three smaller Continental figurines. (10).
Lot 513A Graingers Worcester vase on three moulded legs and integral base, the body moulded with ribbons and swags, pale blue and red line detail, a/f repaired, 6 by 14.5cm high, together with a Derby quatrefoil shaped dish with moulded handle, circa 1780, decorated with nine sprigs of Chantilly within a gilt line rim, painted puce factory mark 'D 79', 23 by 4.5cm, and a pair of candlesticks, with fluted columns and canted square bases, blue and gilt highlights, unmarked, 9.5 by 20cm. (4).
Lot 516A hard paste porcelain hot water pot, probably Continental early 19th century, of baluster with moulded spout and handle, decorated in famille rose taste with flowers and gilt highlights, the cover with hole for steam and pointed finial, a/f repairs to cover and finial, unmarked, 20cm high..
Lot 517A Royal Crown Derby bone china paperweight, modelled as a duck, gold stopper, 12cm long, a set of six Royal Crown Derby china fluted teacups and saucers, each decorated in a different pastel colour and with gilt highlights, cups 6.5 by 6cm, saucers 12.5cm, and two Crown Staffordshire coffee cans and saucers, green striped with roses, F9403. (17).
Lot 519A group of three porcelain coffee cans, 18th and 19th century, comprising larger decorated with red ground and spray of flowers, 10 by 10.5cm high, one with motto 'Friendship without interest', third with a painted circular reserve of a building by a lake, 7 by 6cm high, and a Sevres style coffee can and matching saucer, decorated with reserves against a dark blue ground and gilt highlights, 6.5cm high, saucer 13cm, each bearing blue interlaced L mark and 'DD'. (5).
Lot 521A collection of ceramic figurines, including Nao model of Girl with Doll, 25cm, Beswick Beatrix Potter figurines, Mrs Rabbit 1951, Timmy Tiptoes 1948, Poorly Peter Rabbit 1976, Mr Alderman Ptolemy 1973, Mrs Rabbit and Bunnies, 1976, Mr Benjamin Bunny, 1965, Benjamin Bunny, 1948, Little Pig Robinson, 1948, and two Jemima Puddleduck, 1948, a/f, together with three Winnie the Pooh Beswick figurines, comprising Pooh, Eyeore, Piglet, Tigger, Christopher Robin, Kanga, Rabbit, and Owl, a/f. (19).
Lot 523A group of English porcelain, 19th century, comprising a Spode scalloped dish and matching plate, decorated with gilt floral swags and swirls and pink petals, a twin handled vase and cover, matching stand, cup and saucer, all decorated with gilt grapes and vines and a pink rose on a white and beige ground, pattern no 2025, together with five pieces of lustreware, two bowls, a coffee can, a cup and saucer. (11).
Lot 524A group of decorative Royal Worcester plates, comprising a cabinet plate decorated with a butterfly and flowers, dark blue and gilt borders, circa 1881, 23cm, a pair decorated with roses, circa 1913, 13cm, a pair in 'Rosemary' pattern, circa 1926, Rd No 700518, 27cm, and a Grainger Lee & Co dish, circa 1880, with pierced handles, decorated in underglaze blue with leaves and flowers, 23.5cm, together with a Royal Crown Derby plate, circa 1914, decorated with a countryside view, impressed and printed marks, pattern 9142, 22.5cm, a Royal Crown Derby octagonal plate, moulded relief rim, decorated with a bird in flight and flowers, a/f cracked and repaired, numbered '1 1984', 22.5cm, and a Victorian circular wall plaque, printed and overpainted with a Victorian lady looking out onto a lake, 33cm. (9).
Lot 526A Chinese porcelain famille vert dish, Qing Dynasty, late 19th century, decorates with branches of colourful fruit and flowers, six character Guangxu mark, 14.5 by 3cm, together with a small 19th century Chinese Export vase with flared rim, decorated with coat of arms 'Confido', a/f damaged, 5.5 by 11.5cm. (2).
Lot 527A group of nine Royal Doulton figurines, modelled as Alice, HN2158, And So To Bed, Childhood Days, HN2966, Heidi, HN2975, Sweet Dreams, HN2380, Nanny, HN2221, A Penny's Worth, HN2408, Eventide, HN2814, Lord woodmouse, DBH4, and Lady Woodmouse, DBH5, together with a Lladro figurine of a girl with a basket, a Royal Copenhagen figurine of a panda on a tree, 664, and a Royal Doulton 'Winter' pattern cup and saucer. (11).
Lot 528A pair of Brameld leaf moulded dishes, circa 1840, impressed marks, 14 by 16cm, together with a group of interesting 19th century printed blue and white wares, comprising a Hackwood small oval dish, 10.5 by 8cm, a Muleteer Davenport oval dish, three colour printed, 16 by 18.5cm, a shaped rectangular dish with Chinese lady holding a flask and parasol, 15 by 19cm, a Rowland Marbellus Co, produced for Nathan-Dohrmann Co, 'Views of San Francisco' plate, 26.5cm, and a small Florentine china dish, 13.5 by 14.5cm. (7).
Estimate: £50 - £80
Lot 529A group of five English and Continental porcelain plates and dishes, 18th and 19th century, comprising a Meissen dish with scalloped edge and raised rim decorated with a butterfly and flowers, blue crossed swords mark, 3.5 by 23cm, a plate decorated with two Asiatic pheasants and flowers, 25.5, a kettle stand with moulded edge, decorated with flowers and gilt highlights, possibly Coalport, and two similar smaller dishes decorated with reserves of flowers against a puce ground with gilt highlights, each 16.5cm. (5).
Lot 531A Royal Worcester porcelain candle snuffer, modelled as 'Mr Caudle', circa 1892, decorated in lilac, grey and green night attire with a night cap, puce printed factory mark, 8.2cm, together with a second Royal Worcester candle snuffer, modelled as a Japanese lady in yellow kimono kneeling and eating from a bowl, circa 1907, puce printed factory mark, 7cm. (2).
Lot 532A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain candlesticks, circa 1874, in the Japanese taste, of stepped tapering square section, decorated against a cream ground with Japanese objects, geometric shapes and leaves, with brown and gilt borders and highlights, impressed and black printed factory marks, incised '3 47', each 8 by 14cm high. (2).
Lot 533An Art Deco Royal Worcester Crown Ware lustre vase, circa 1925, of cylindrical form with flared rim and base, decorated with gilt tall trees and green grass against an orange evening sky and city skyline in the distance, pattern number CW281, gold printed marks, 8 by 16cm, together with a carved Chinese hardwood stand, 10 by 4.5cm. (2).
Lot 536A Royal Worcester porcelain figurine, circa 1892, modelled as a Chinese man with a cap holding a pipe, from the 'Countries of the World' series after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamel with pale green and red coat and trousers, with gilt highlights, shape number 837, impressed and puce printed factory marks, 16.5cm..
Lot 537Two 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).
Estimate: £150 - £200
Lot 538A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain figurines, circa 1898, modelled as the boy piper Strephon and companion, she playing a tambourine and he a pipe, after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamel in pale orange, yellow, green and blue, with gilt highlights, shape number 1803, Rd No 250817, impressed and green printed factory marks, male figurine incised 'Hadley', each 14.5cm. (2).
Lot 539A group of three Royal Worcester porcelain figurines, each from the 'Countries of the World' series after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamels with gilt highlights, comprising a Welsh man, circa 1894, shape number 1875, Rd No 275720, impressed and puce printed factory marks, 17cm, a Welsh woman, circa 1901, shape number 1875, Rd No 275720, incised 'Hadley', impressed and green printed factory marks, 17.5cm, and an Irish man, shape number 835, impressed and puce printed factory marks, incised 'Hadley', date mark rubbed, a/f repaired through waist, 16.5cm. (3).
Lot 540A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain figurines, circa 1928, modelled as music and dance, with a Grecian maiden playing a pipe and second maiden dancing, after James Hadley, decorated in shot enamel with pale blue dresses and gilt highlights, on circular gilt painted bases, shape numbers 1827 and 1828, impressed and puce printed factory marks, a/f the pipes repaired, each 20.5cm. (2).
Lot 541After John Ogilby: a pair of ribbon maps, both hand coloured, the one 'London to St. Neots', the other 'London to Oakham', 21 by 27cm, framed, 23 by 29cm, together with 'Cambridgeshire', a hand coloured 18th century map for Carington Bowles, 30 by 23cm, framed, 35 by 28cm, and John Carey map of Kent, hand coloured and dated 1787, 24 by 30cm, framed, 28 by 34cm. (4).
Lot 545After Frank Paton (British, 1855-1909): 'Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before', an engraving with South African map within the border cartouches, signed in pencil lower right margin, published Leggatt Bros. dated 1900, 21 by 27cm, framed, 34 by 37cm, together with a set of ten seaside caricature cartoon engravings, Kershaw and Son, London, numbered and titled to the plate, each 11 by 11cm, framed together, 35 by 79cm. (2).
Estimate: £60 - £80