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1 Pair of Clarice Cliff Ferndale pattern spills vases, circa 1935, by Newport Pottery, cylinder form with slightly flared base, decorated with a hilly landscape in colours with black stemmed trees and a cottage in the background, printed marks 'Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery' (tiny inside rim chip to one), height 13cm

Sold for £480
Lot: 1
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2 Carter Stabler and Adams Poole vase, designed by Trudi Carter, circa 1930-34, globular form with a narrow neck and twin handles to the shoulders and decorated with a broad band of stylised flowers in colours against a buff ground, impressed marks and painted monograms, height 17.5cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 2
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3 Poole Pottery vase, designed by Alfred Read, circa 1953-55, baluster form with slightly flared neck, decorated with vertilinear foliage in purple punctuated with yellow vertical lines against an alpine white glaze, printed and painted marks, shape no. 337, height 25.5cm

Sold for £60
Lot: 3
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4 Chinese blue and white ginger jar, late 18th/early 19th Century, decorated with roundels beneath a band of ruyi lappets, height 24cm

Sold for £600
Lot: 4
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5 Chinese blue and white betel jar and cover, early 19th Century, squat cylinder form decorated with shi-shi dog amidst clouds, and with an interior cover decorated with characters, four character mark to the base (In the collection of ''Ruoshen''), height 10cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 5
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6 Chinese blue and white tea caddy, Qianlong (1736-95), slab built and having foliate decorated recessed panels within moulded key borders, the base painted with an artemisia leaf, height 14cm, also a Chinese turquoise glazed Gu vase, late Ming/early Qing Dynasty, relief moulded with lotus flower above a base with the four accomplishments (2)

Sold for £70
Lot: 6
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9 Two decalcomania lidded glass jars, shouldered form with domed covers, worked in Cantonese taste, one with floral panels bordered with figures and butterflies, the other with chinoiserie figures, butterflies and birds, height 32cm

Sold for £320
Lot: 9
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11 Sitzendorf candelabrum, having four floral encrusted branches supported by a figural column modelled as a mother and child over a shaped square base, decorated throughout with colours (restored), height 47cm, also a Sitzendorf floral encrusted table basket supported by winged cherubs, 15cm (2)

Sold for £70
Lot: 11
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12 Beswick figure of a girl on a skewbald pony, model no. 1499, designed by A Gredington, issued circa 1957-65, height 14.5cm

Sold for £120
Lot: 12
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13 Pair of Meissen figures of grape pickers, late 19th Century, decorated in colours heightened with gilt (damaged and losses), height 14.5cm, also two Sitzendorf vanity mirrors, circa 1900, oval form each surmounted with winged cherubs and encrusted with flowers, wooden backed (with restoration), 18cm (4)

Sold for £310
Lot: 13
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14 Chinese famille rose ornamental teapot, modelled as a wise traveller seated against a giant peach, and decorated throughout with colours, impressed seal mark to the base, height 12cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 14
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16 Macintyre & Co. Dura water jug, circa 1905-13, decorated with a Florian design of a downy thistle form issuing in colours from the base against a straw ground, and within a green rim, printed marks, pattern no. 2177 (lacking metal cover and with chips to rim and foot rim), height 15cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 16
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17 Chinese midnight blue landscape bottle vase, baluster form with elephant mask lug handles and decorated in gilt with an extensive mountainous and lakeland landscape, the base marked with an indistinct seal, height 30cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 17
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19 Royal Doulton figure 'Bonnie Lassie' HN1626, designed by L Harradine, issued 1934-53, printed marks, height 13cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 19
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22 Chinese blue and white export bowl, late Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with a walk in the garden pattern, 18.5cm diameter, also an Imari palette bowl decorated with a pagoda landscape in underglaze blue, terracotta and gilt colours (cracked and with later metal rim), 27.5cm, a smaller Chinese Imari bowl decorated with a peony rock pattern, Qianlong (cracked), 20.5cm diameter and another Chinese export bowl decorated with chrysanthemum and peony in terracotta colours (cracked and chipped), 26cm diameter (4)

Sold for £75
Lot: 22
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23 Chinese blue and white bottle vase, ovoid form with a cylinder neck, decorated with dragons, scrolling lotus flower and foliage, bearing a four character Kangxi mark to the base, height 42.5cm

Sold for £320
Lot: 23
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24 Chinese doucai vase, ovoid form with trumpet neck, decorated with a terracotta dragon flying amidst lotus flower and green scrolling foliage, underglaze blue six character Kangxi mark to the shoulder, height 40cm

Sold for £320
Lot: 24
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25 Chinese famille rose tankard, early 19th Century, decorated with a panel of figures within an interior against an underglaze blue diaper ground (chipped), 11cm, also a Chinese blue and white bowl, the centre decorated with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl, 20th Century, 22.5cm diameter, and a Chinese mandarin palette bowl, 19th Century, 14cm (3)

Sold for £160
Lot: 25
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26 Moore Brothers figural bonbon dish, circa 1880-91, the frilled bowl supported on a cherub seated on a rocky base adorned with flowers and with a gilt keyed border, printed mark, height 23cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 26
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27 Royal Worcester figure 'Woodland Dance', circa 1962, modelled by F G Doughty, decorated in colours, black printed mark, 11.5cm diameter

Sold for £22
Lot: 27
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28 Royal Worcester figure 'June', circa 1959, modelled by F G Doughty, decorated in colours, 16.5cm, also another Royal Worcester figure 'Friday's Child', 15cm (2)

Sold for £60
Lot: 28
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29 Royal Worcester figure 'India', modelled by F G Doughty, decorated in colours, 9cm, also a similar figure 'China', 6cm, and another 'Burmah' (repaired), 12cm (3)

Sold for £45
Lot: 29
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30 Masonic interest: Set of three graduated ale jugs inscribed 'J H Pritchard, New Brighton, 1911', barrel form relief moulded and decorated in an all over treacle glaze, the largest 23.5cm, the smallest 19cm

Sold for £38
Lot: 30
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31 Chinese blue and white moon flask, late 19th Century, decorated with figures beneath a cylinder neck, bordered with prunus blossom, height 21.5cm, also three further Chinese blue and white vases, two decorated with dragons, and a further decorated with prunus blossom, 31cm, 27cm and 25cm respectively (4)

Sold for £130
Lot: 31
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32 Chinese blue and white snuff bottle, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), shouldered form with everted rim, decorated with a dragon chasing a flying pearl amidst clouds, four character Yongzheng mark (1723-35), 52mm
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WRONG IMAGE FOR THIS LOT WAS BEING USED BUT WAS CORRECTED ON FRIDAY 7th JUNE

Sold for £65
Lot: 32
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33 Chinese famille rose bird feeder, 19th Century, decorated with figures feeding a bird in colours, 5.5cm diameter, also a Chinese blue and white snuff bottle, flattened rectangular form decorated with a mountainous landscape and bamboo with a jadeite stopper, height 7.5cm (2)
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WRONG IMAGE FOR THIS LOT WAS BEING USED BUT WAS CORRECTED ON FRIDAY 7th JUNE

Sold for £75
Lot: 33
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34 Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji (1868-1912), small baluster form decorated with applied dragons at the neck and Immortals preparing to throw a flaming pearl for a dragon, character marks to the base, height 18cm, also a Japanese Satsuma plate decorated with figures in gilt and coloured enamelled (star crack), 24.5cm diameter (3)

Sold for £50
Lot: 34
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36 Royal Worcester figure 'Masquerade' modelled by F G Doughty, decorated in colours, 15.5cm, also another Royal Worcester F G Doughty figure 'First Dance', height 19cm (2)

Sold for £32
Lot: 36
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37 Royal Worcester figure 'Grandmother's Dress', circa 1959, modelled by F G Doughty, decorated in gilt, height 17cm

Sold for £22
Lot: 37
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39 Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug by Edith D Lupton, circa 1875, baluster form decorated with bands of coloured acanthus leaves in blues and greens punctuated with beaded bands, impressed and incised marks, height 17cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 39
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