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1 Rogers blue and white Elephant pattern meat plate, impressed marks 'Rogers', 53cm

Sold for £140
Lot: 1
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2 CATALOGUE AMENDMENT - Please note that on close inspection it is apparent that these two vases are NOT strictly speaking a Pair; there are subtle differences in decoration and in height - A matched pair of Hancock & Sons Rubens Ware vases in the Pomegranate pattern, each of baluster form with cylinder neck and decorated with fruits in colours against a blue ground, printed marks, height 36.5cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 2
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4 Impressive Mintons hand painted earthenware plaque, circa 1874, produced for Thomas Goode & Co., London, most probably produced within the Kensington Gore studios, large slightly dished circular form freely decorated with a white cat stalking amidst the branches of an apple tree, finished throughout with colours, apparently unsigned, impressed 'Minton' mark and date code, 57cm diameter

Sold for £340
Lot: 4
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5 Wedgwood dragon vase and cover, early 20th Century, inverted baluster form with domed cover, printed with dragons flying above foaming waves in blue print against a yellow ground, impressed mark, 25.5cm

Sold for £55
Lot: 5
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6 Chinese blue and white prunus pattern vase and cover, late 19th Century, height 33cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 6
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7 Pair of Delft blue and white plates, circa 1740-60, the centre decorated with a field of corn and flowers within a formalised scalloped and dot border, 35cm diameter

Sold for £100
Lot: 7
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8 Pair of English delft blue and white plates, circa 1740-60, decorated in Chinoiserie style with a central rock and fence pattern within a stylised floral and hatched border, 23.5cm diameter

Sold for £80
Lot: 8
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9 Pair of Delft blue and white plates, circa 1760, decorated with a stylised formal design of orchids centred within a partitioned border, 22.5cm diameter

Sold for £150
Lot: 9
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10 Wilkinson Tahiti Regatta bowl designed by John Butler, wide ribbed form decorated with stylised coastal landscape with sailing yachts beneath clouds, silvered to the shoulder, signed and with blue printed and painted marks 'Regatta Syncopation', height 19cm

Sold for £130
Lot: 10
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11 Victorian printware jug, The Great Eastern 'Leviathan', with an opposing print of Agamemnon 91 Guns, in black print against a pearl ground, 19cm; also an early Victorian printware copper lustre featuring 'The Little Jockey' being a child sitting atop a St. Bernard dog, height 16.5cm (2)

Sold for £85
Lot: 11
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12 George V cut glass punch bowl and cover, with ball finial, baluster bowl with strawberry cut decoration over a faceted trumpet foot, height 34cm

Sold for £28
Lot: 12
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13 Dudson dark blue jasper ware stilton cheese dish and cover, with an acorn finial and decorated with figures in classical relief bordered with trailing oak leaves, height 28cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 13
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15 S Alcock & Co., The Royal Patriotic jug, designed by G Eyre, circa 1855, printed decoration featuring wounded soldiers on a burning battlefield with an opposing print of a mother and children sobbing in grief, elaborate black maker's printed mark to the base, height 20.5cm

Sold for £120
Lot: 15
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17 Crimean war commemorative printware jug, circa 1854-60, decorated with a print of The Charge of the Scots Greys at Balaclava and The Charge of the Chasseurs D'Afrique in monochrome print against a pearlware ground with gilt details at the borders, height 19cm

Sold for £65
Lot: 17
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18 Battle of Waterloo commemorative stoneware jug, circa 1815-30, salt glazed baluster form with Wellington and Blucher portraits in applied low relief flanking Peace & plenty clasping hands, against a black painted ground and with a fruiting vine leaf border (restored spout), height 16cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 18
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19 King William IV Coronation commemorative stoneware jug, relief moulded light brown baluster form with a profile portrait of the King flanked by angels of victory and with a lion moulded handle (some restoration), height 22cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 19
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20 George II wine glass, circa 1740, ogee bowl over a plain solid stem, domed and folded foot, 15.5cm

Sold for £340
Lot: 20
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21 Japanese Kutani figure of a wrestler, 20th Century, modelled in traditional kimono and decorated in colours and gilt against a white ground, height 48cm

Sold for £120
Lot: 21
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22 Two Meissen Bullfinches, late 19th Century, both cock birds decorated in colours, underglaze blue crossed swords mark (one bird a/f), 14.5cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 22
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24 Royal Worcester cabaret tea set, circa 1862, having a lozenge shaped tray, lidded teapot, cup and saucer, lidded sucrier and cream jug, decorated throughout with a band of cornflowers within a border of gilded swags and bellflower, impressed crown mark with Worcester beneath to the tray only, the tray 28cm

Sold for £150
Lot: 24
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25 Provincial Chinese blue and white plate, 18th Century, painted with dragons and centred with a flaming pearl, 28cm diameter; also two further provincial Chinese blue and white plates, 19th Century, 28cm diameter (3)

Sold for £140
Lot: 25
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26 Shelley Queen Anne china tea service in the Archway of Roses pattern, no. 11606, comprising twelve cups, twelve saucers, twelve side plates, two bread and butter plates, sugar basin, milk jug, teapot stand and a teapot lid, printed marks (42)

Sold for £280
Lot: 26
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27 Cantonese famille rose tray, 19th Century, decorated with panels of figures and birds in famille rose colours against a green, gilt scrolled ground, 27cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 27
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29 George Jones majolica part dessert service, circa 1873, decorated with borders of strawberry leaves and blossom in low relief and naturalistic colours against a deep cobalt blue ground, comprising one short comport and six dessert plates, impressed monogram and Victorian registration lozenge, the plates 20.5cm diameter (7)

Sold for £130
Lot: 29
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30 Creamware Toby Philpot jug, probably Yorkshire, circa 1820, traditional form seated holding a foaming quart and dressed in a blue jacket and yellow waistcoat, over a green glazed base, height 30cm; also two Victorian polychrome painted Toby jugs, 24cm and 23cm (3)

Sold for £1450
Lot: 30
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31 Burleigh ware John Bull Churchill toby jug, circa 1940s, modelled as the victorious Second World War leader standing astride a bulldog and decorated throughout with colours, impressed and printed marks, height 29cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 31
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33 Pair of Chinese peony rock patterned export coffee cans, Kangxi (1662-1722), also a landscape decorated blue and white coffee can, a small Chinese blue and white dish, 16.5cm and a further Chinese blue and white saucer dish, Qianlong mark (1726-95), 16cm (5)

Sold for £70
Lot: 33
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34 Chinese export blue and white plates comprising a landscape plate with figures on a bridge with a wavy border, late 18th/early 19th Century, 24.5cm; two peony patterned dishes and a plate decorated with a fir tree, all Qianlong, 22.5cm/23cm; a small bowl, 16cm; small lobed dish, 13.5cm (6)

Sold for £100
Lot: 34
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35 Chinese famille rose footed bowl, early 19th Century, decorated with fantail goldfish to the interior, the exterior decorated with birds flying amidst flowers and rock work in colours over a flaring base decorated with lotus flower and bats against a turquoise ground, 18cm diameter

Sold for £300
Lot: 35
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36 Seven various 19th Century engraved ale glasses, the largest 14cm; also a Regency engraved glass rinser, 11cm (8)

Sold for £150
Lot: 36
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