Fine Sale
Archive
Back to Index
Image Gallery
Category 
  Keyword   Lot 
Lot Description
Records 1 to 30 of 457   First Previous Next Last
1 Belleek (Second Period) porcelain flower basket, circa 1900, moulded as water lilies and decorated in pink and pearlescent glazes, black printed County Fermanagh mark, height 22.5cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 1
details
2 Belleek (Second Period) porcelain specimen vase, circa 1900, worked as a floral encrusted tree surmounted with a nesting bird with a winged bird above, over a foliate covered rocky base, black printed County Fermanagh mark, height 33cm

Sold for £160
Lot: 2
details
3 Rare Belleek (First Period) porcelain fish vase, circa 1863-91, the central ovoid vase decorated with butterflies and a bull rush supported on two fish with gaping mouths, over a rocky base embellished with snails, partially coloured with pink lustre, impressed mark, height 30cm

Sold for £170
Lot: 3
details
4 Belleek (First Period) porcelain frog spoon warmer, circa 1863-91, decorated with a pearlescent glaze, black printed mark, height 12cm

Sold for £65
Lot: 4
details
5 Rare Belleek (First Period) porcelain tulip vase, circa 1863-91, the central reeded trumpet bordered with three tulips, each with buds and folding leaves, sparsely decorated with pink lustre, over a circular base, impressed mark, height 23.5cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 5
details
6 Belleek (First Period) porcelain ornamental urn, circa 1863-91, of amphora shape decorated with gilt details, raised on three hoof feet on a triform base, black printed mark, height 18cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 6
details
7 Belleek (Second Period) porcelain jug, circa 1900, floral encrusted baluster form with scrolling handle, decorated in pearlescent glazes, black printed mark, 22.5cm; also a similar, smaller jug, 18.5cm (2)

Sold for £70
Lot: 7
details
8 Victorian moulded stoneware cheese bell on stand, circa 1870, moulded throughout with ears of wheat picked out in gilt against a white ground, height 31cm

Sold for £28
Lot: 8
details
10 Enoch Wood & Sons blue and white printware cheese coaster in the Pagoda pattern, circa 1820-30, printed marks (riveted), 51cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 10
details
11 Nailsea green glass dump paperweight, bun form centred with opaque latticino threads within bubbles set within the green metal, height 11.5cm; also a smaller Nailsea green glass dump paperweight, of egg form centred with a double flower, height 9cm (2)

Sold for £40
Lot: 11
details
12 Royal Crown Derby Imari tea service, circa 1894, pattern number 2451, comprising nine cups, nine saucers, twelve side plates, two cake plates and a sugar bowl (33)

Sold for £180
Lot: 12
details
13 Chinese clobbered transitional vase, cylinder form with wide slightly flared neck, decorated with figures in a rocky landscape in underglaze blue and later decorated with terracotta and gilt (repaired), height 46cm

Sold for £1550
Lot: 13
details
14 Amphora (Austrian) pottery figure of a peasant girl, naturalistically decorated in colours, impressed marks 'Amphora Austria', height 65.5cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 14
details
15 Four items of modern Wedgwood blush pink jasperware, comprising two small trumpet vases with applied classical vases, 10cm, and two heart shaped covered boxes, similarly decorated, 13cm (4)

Sold for £25
Lot: 15
details
16 Derby Crown Porcelain hand decorated dessert service, circa 1917, each decorated with a central wild floral study in colours and gilt, against a cream ground, comprising twelve plates, tall comport and short comport, each with printed and impressed marks (some restoration) (14)

Sold for £160
Lot: 16
details
17 Chinese blue and white plate, decorated with Bijin within a walled garden, within a diaper border, Chenghua mark but 19th Century, 20.5cm diameter, also a pair of Chinese blue and white dishes, Kangxi, 22.5cm diameter, and a similar Chinese blue and white plate (4)

Sold for £140
Lot: 17
details
18 Coalport landscapes dessert service, decorated by Ted Ball, circa 1905, comprising 15 plates, each centred with a British landscape, signed, and bordered with a broad band of cobalt blue, with gilded foliate details and a gilded gadrooned border, pattern number X2289, printed and painted marks, 23cm diameter

Sold for £200
Lot: 18
details
19 Chinese Imari bowl, Qianlong (1735-96), 14.5cm diameter; also three Chinese Imari plates, Kangxi (1662-1722), 22.5cm diameter; two Chinese Imari bowls (one restored); and a Chinese famille rose plate (18th Century), 22cm (7)

Sold for £130
Lot: 19
details
20 Royal Worcester fruit decorated cabinet plate by P Stanley, the centre decorated with peaches and cherries, signed, bordered with a broad cobalt blue ground, detailed with foliate scrolls in raised gilt, gilt mark, 27cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 20
details
21 Early 19th Century cut glass bowl, with fan and strawberry cutting, 25.5cm; also a further cut glass oval bowl with fan cut border, 24.5cm; a pair of early Victorian cut glass footed goblets, each bearing initials, 11.5cm; and a Georgian cut glass pedestal salt, 8cm (5)

Sold for £45
Lot: 21
details
22 Japanese Imari charger, Meiji (1868-1912), decorated with boys at play in panels around a central figure riding a fish amidst waves, in typical underglaze blue, terracotta and gilt colours, 46.5cm diameter

Sold for £85
Lot: 22
details
23 Pair of early 19th Century cut glass covered jars, each having a strawberry cut domed cover with mushroom finial, over a strawberry cut everted collar, all raised on a stepped square base, height 25.5cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 23
details
24 Pair of cut glass candlesticks in the Georgian style, with knopped and wrythen columns over a star cut circular base, 25.5cm; also an Edwardian hobnail cut footed bowl, 20cm diameter; and a Victorian cut glass pedestal bowl and cover, the cover with a spiked finial over a base with lappet shaped collar and hexagonal foot, height 35.5cm (4)

Sold for £55
Lot: 24
details
25 George III opaque twist wine glass, circa 1765, ogee bowl with flute moulded base, over a stem with four ply spiral band outside a pair of spiral tapes, conical foot, height 15cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 25
details
26 George III wine glass, circa 1785, ogee bowl engraved with a bird and floral sprig, over a faceted stem and conical foot, height 14cm; also a smaller Georgian wine glass, circa 1785, with ogee bowl, faceted stem and conical foot, height 13cm (2)

Sold for £80
Lot: 26
details
27 Pair of late George III triple ring neck mallet decanters, each with a band of strawberry cutting, with later stoppers, 21.5cm with the stoppers; also a Victorian cut glass mallet decanter and stopper, 29.5cm (3)

Sold for £45
Lot: 27
details
28 F&R Pratt dessert wares, comprising an oval short comport and four plates, decorated with engravings by Jesse Austen after original paintings by Wilkie, Mulready and Webster, each featuring rustic family scenes, printed marks, the comport 31cm, plates 24cm (5)

Sold for £30
Lot: 28
details
29 Lenci pottery wall mask, modelled as a beautiful girl in a coloured head scarf, marked 'Lenci Torino', dated 1937, 31cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 29
details
30 William Moorcroft Anemone vase, baluster form with short wide neck, shaded blue and green ground, impressed facsimile signature, painted initials, height 13cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 30
details
31 Moorcroft Fresia jug, baluster form with shaded green ground, impressed marks, height 15.5cm

Sold for £95
Lot: 31
details
 Back to Top
First Previous Next Last
30