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1 Three Winstanley large pottery cats, each modelled seated on haunches, naturalistically coloured in tabby glazes, 29.5cm, 26.5cm and 25cm; also two Winstanley kittens, similarly decorated, 10.5cm and 10cm (5)

Sold for £160
Lot: 1
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2 Staffordshire pottery Pug dog, circa 1900, possibly James Kent, modelled seated on haunches and decorated in a grey-brown glaze with worn gilt details to the collar and original glass eyes, height 36.5cm

Sold for £20
Lot: 2
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3 CATALOGUE AMENDMENT 8.3.18: PLEASE NOTE THESE VASES ARE A MATCHED PAIR - Pair of Chinese Republic yellow ground vases, decorated with peony and chrysanthemum sprays within pink and green lappet borders, Qianlong seal mark, height 23cm

Sold for £150
Lot: 3
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5 Victorian pearlware oversize tankard, primitively decorated in the Welsh style with simplistic bold flowers and leaves in blue against a white ground, height 15.5cm

Sold for £25
Lot: 5
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6 Staffordshire creamware ale jug, circa 1790, decorated with a monochrome print of a frigate on a starboard tack, and another print of an American frigate ship beneath the spout, opposing a print 'Poll and my partner Joe' with verse (old riveted repair and cracks), height 30cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 6
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7 Creamware basket, possibly Leeds, circa 1800, of silver shape, pierced and moulded with winged masks and bellflower garlands, with entwined handles, 32.5cm

Sold for £32
Lot: 7
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10 Bohemian ruby and white overlay glass vase, circa 1870, with crenellated top and decorated with alternate panels of vertilinear floral decoration and white overlay hobnail cutting, against a ruby ground detailed with gilt foliage, over a similarly decorated trumpet base, height 33cm

Sold for £150
Lot: 10
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11 Bohemian green and white overlaid glass vase, circa 1860, ovoid form with a slender trumpet neck and trumpet foot, decorated with a cameo portrait of a young lady in a pink dress, bordered with gilt trailing vine details throughout, height 41.5cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 11
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12 Victorian red and white overlay glass lustre, the everted white overlay rim decorated with winged cherubs and floral bouquets in lappet shaped panels edged with gilt details, supporting a single row of faceted glass lustres, over a slender ruby glass stem with a knop and stepped circular foot, all detailed with foliate scrolling, height 27cm, presented under a glass dome with ebonised wooden base, total height with dome, 40cm

Sold for £140
Lot: 12
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14 Staffordshire pearlware dessert service, circa 1820, moulded with white briar rose trails against a pink border edged with gilt, comprising oval footed fruit bowl, two scallop form dishes, rectangular dish, rectangular table basket on stand, lidded oval sauce tureen on stand, and six 20cm plates (14)

Sold for £240
Lot: 14
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15 Chinese blue and white miniature teapot, Kangxi (1662-1722), octagonal form with domed cover decorated with panels of stylised peony, 10.5cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 15
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16 Chinese blue and white jar, 18th Century, ovoid form with pierced wooden cover, decorated with foliate scrolls, Kangxi four character mark to the base, raised on a later turned wooden stand, height 19.5cm

Sold for £85
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17 Chinese blue and white bottle vase, late 19th Century, decorated with dragons amidst peony and bamboo, Kangxi four character mark, height 21cm

Sold for £140
Lot: 17
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18 Chinese blue and white saucer dish, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated to the centre with a mother and boy outside a riverside pavilion, the underside decorated with fish leaping from foaming waves, Chenghua six character mark, 20cm diameter

Sold for £240
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19 Chinese miniature blue and white vase, 18th or 19th Century, ovoid form decorated with figures and peony in vertical lappet moulded panels, height 13cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 19
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21 Chinese hexagonal jardiniere, 20th Century, decorated in famille rose style with figural panels, 26cm diameter

Sold for £32
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22 Japanese Satsuma bowl, Meiji (1868-1912), rounded conical form decorated throughout with finely gilded butterflies and moths caught within a net enveloping the whole bowl, indistinct signature mark to the base, 19.5cm diameter

Sold for £160
Lot: 22
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23 Chinese clobbered blue and white vase, 18th Century, bronze shape with square trumpet neck and inverted baluster body, decorated with panels of flowers in underglaze blue and terracotta against a green enamelled diaper ground, height 26.5cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 23
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24 Pair of George III glass candlesticks, circa 1800-20, having removable nozzles, over a moulded column on a cut, domed and petalled foot, height 25.5cm

Sold for £620
Lot: 24
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25 18th Century seal top bottle, circa 1740, of mallet form, height 20cm
Provenance: By repute excavated in Bristol Docks

Sold for £130
Lot: 25
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27 Chinese clobbered guglet, late 18th/early 19th Century, baluster form decorated with peony rock in underglaze blue, terracotta, green and gilt enamels, height 20.5cm

Sold for £45
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29 Chinese famille verte water lily dish, 18th or 19th Century, centred with a lily and a crustacean, decorated in famille verte colours, 13cm diameter

Sold for £70
Lot: 29
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30 Royal Worcester fruit decorated plate by Horace Price, circa 1940, decorated with apples and blackberries, within a gilded and dot border, signed, printed mark, 22.5cm diameter

Sold for £110
Lot: 30
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31 Moorcroft Leaf and Berries vase, baluster form with slightly flared neck, green and shaded blue ground, impressed and blue painted initials, height 24cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 31
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32 Large Moorcroft flambe vase, circa 1928-36, of inverted baluster form decorated with a rich red glaze shading to a dark blue around the base, impressed facsimile signature mark and applied royal warrant paper label 'Potter to HM The Queen', height 38.5cm

Sold for £500
Lot: 32
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33 Large Moorcroft Anemone vase, circa 1945-49, baluster form with slightly flared neck, decorated in flowers in rich pinks, reds and mauves against a shaded blue ground, impressed marks and painted initials 'WM', height 33cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 33
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34 Chinese blue and white bowl, 18th Century, decorated to the exterior with reserves of figures and objects against a prunus cracked ice ground, the interior similarly decorated, Kangxi four character mark, 10.5cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 34
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35 Staffordshire pearlware cow creamer, circa 1810, modelled with a maid seated milking, in sponged Pratt colours, over a shaped base, height 13cm

Sold for £200
Lot: 35
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36 Staffordshire pearlware phrenology head inkstand, 19th Century, with black print around the head, blue detail around the moulded base and impressed 'Dr. F Bridges Phrenologist', height 14.5cm

Sold for £320
Lot: 36
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38 John Walsh glass flared bowl designed by Clyne Farquharson, numbered 56/250, and also numbered 37, engraved with a radiating pattern of wavy leaf fronds, over a circular foot, signed, 31cm diameter

Sold for £120
Lot: 38
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