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hnPottery & Porcelain- English & Continental

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A Meissen Porcelain Ink Stand

decorated with named views of Pillnitz and Schreckenstein bei Aufsig

Pillnitz -Named View On the Meissen Porcelain Ink Stand

Schreckenstein bei Aufsig - Detail from The Meissen Named View Ink Stand

A Pair of Mintons 'Sevres' Vases and Covers,

c.1905, 7in (18cm) approx.

Mintons mark on the 'Sevres' Vases

A Minton fan shaped box

decorated with a chinese 'silkwork' panel and 'cloisonne' sides, attributed to Christopher Dresser, on the typical Minton turquoise ground, printed Rd lozenge mark for 3rd June 1876, 9in (22cm) approx. (slight restoration) £1995

A Royal Worcester 'Persian Form' Vase and cover

on a blush ivory ground, painted with birds in flight, shape number 1318, Rd Number 113710, full mark and date code for 1890 (see next image), 35.5cm high.

Royal Worcester mark (see previous vase for details)

A Royal Worcester Boer War Soldier IN MINT CONDITION

Shape No 2109, Black Watch (C.I.V) 7 1/2in (19cm), coloured dry browns and bronze.

Royal Worcester Porcelain, Sandon, p1 130 for illustration (far right), pg 210 for shape and description.

We have a waiting list for other figures from this series, please email us your requirements,.

A Royal Doulton 'Jewelled' Vase

turquoise 'jewels' on a gilt ground, the neck and foot of bright pink. RARE. £950

A pair of framed KPM porcelain plaques

the repentant Madonna and Madonna and Child, plaques 8 1/2in (21cm) x 10in (25cm) in frames 14in (35cm) x 161/2in (42cm) approx.

A detail illustrating the quality of the painting of these plaques can be sent on request.

An exceptionally rare Royal Crown Derby Figure- Olga

shape No 468, designed 1929, date coded mark for 1934, 6 1/4in (16cm) x 5 3/4in (14cm) £1250. Mint condition

pg 203 Royal Crown Derby, Twitchet

A Meissen foliate form Named View Cabinet plate

hand painted with a view of Wesenstien within five floral panels on a cobalt blue ground, 5 1/2in (14cm)

detail from a Meissen Topographical foliate form Cabinet plate

see next photograph.

A Pair of 19th Century Paris Porcelain 'Sevres' Pot Pourri Urns and Covers

of elongated ovoid form, well panted with a pair of cherubs in 18th Century French Court dress, ormolu and drop handles, 15 in (38cm) approx.

A Miniature Sevres 'Gemstone' Vase

glazed to resemble moss agate, marked French silver mounts, uppercase SEVRES mark to base, 4in (10cm) approx

Image of the mark can be sent on request.

A Bretby Majolica Umbrella Stand

modelled as a monkey and bamboo, turquoise glaze thoughout, mark to base, c. 1880, 25in (64cm) approx. £850 (good condition)

An Art Deco Sevres 'Saturn' Vase

circa 1925, 10in (24.5cm) high, approx. for the Sevres factory this was a complete departure from their more traditional style and was an attempt to appeal to a younger clientele who preferred a minimalist look. Sevres was regarded as the premier ceramic factory in France.

A Dresden porcelain and gilt metal mounted dressing table set,

circa 1910, unmarked, mirror 9 1/2in long.

A good Royal Crown Derby Urn form Vase and Cover,

in Sevres style, the painted panels in the manner of Gresley, c.1900, 10 1/2in high (restoration to knop)

An English Porcelain 'Named View' brooch

painted with a view of Malvern and its environs, pinchbeck style mount and pin, oval 2 1/4in max, probably Worcester circa 1860 painted script title to reverse in puce. £425

A Limoges Porcelain bottle form two handled vase,

with fretwork silver overlay in the Art Nouveau style, c.1900, 11in (28cm) approx.

A Majolica wall pocket or holy water stoop

probably Continental, moulded with basketweave highlighted in yellow, unmarked, 2 1/2in high (8cm) approx. £175.

A Conservative Club Plate

8in (20cm) approx

Detail of the central motif of the Conservative Club plate

A Rare Pair of Moores Brothers Candelabrum

each of three lights modelled with owls within puce painted floral bowers, 9in (20cm) wide.

A Bovey Pottery Co Ltd blue printed Royal Navy 'Mess Plate' for Mess No. 20

9 1/2in (24cm) approx. (Other mess numbers available, please email us for details).

See Coysh and Henrywood, The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery 1780-1990, p.246, for an illustration of a similar plate and further notes on this subject.

Until 1906 each mess on board a Royal Navy ship were obliged to purchase their own dinner services.

A Copeland, Staffordshire plate from Royal Yacht Osborne (Queen Victoria/ Edward VII)

the crest within a border of blue and gilt scrolling foliage, circa 1890-1901, 8in (20cm) approx.

Compare with a similar plate in The National Maritime Museum accession no AAA5390. The central motif of the NMM plate is decorated with a Queens Crown above Her Majesties Yacht. It appears that this plate bears a Princes crown. The motif was probably changed when the Prince either took possesion of the Yacht for a period of convalescence when the yacht was moored near Osborne House, Isle of Wight; or on his accession to the throne.

For a detail of the crest, please see the next thumbnail image along.

 

detail of the crest from a Copeland plate from a Royal Yacht., circa 1900.

A Royal Worcester 'Persian' Slipper SOLD

date code for 1893.

A Vienna Porcelain Plate

c. 1890 SOLD

 

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