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1 George Jones majolica sardine dish and cover, moulded on the cover with a boy mending fishing nets, with nets garlanded around the sides, the interior glazed pink, the underside with splashed brown and green, 18cm

Sold for £1050
Lot: 1
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2 Wedgwood Humming Bird lustrous octagonal bowl, circa 1920s, decorated with gilded and coloured birds against a mottled blue ground, the interior in mottled orange, gilt Portland Vase mark, 13cm diameter

Sold for £110
Lot: 2
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3 Moorcroft Anemone small bowl, globular shape with inverted rim, decorated with a band of flowers in red and purple against a shaded green ground, impressed mark, 11cm diameter

Sold for £50
Lot: 3
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4 Staffordshire blue and white printware meat plate in the Philosopher pattern, circa 1820, maker unknown, 47.5cm x 35cm

Sold for £45
Lot: 4
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5 Staffordshire blue and white printware meat plate in the Buffalo pattern, circa 1830, depicting the Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu, 51cm x 39.5cm

Sold for £38
Lot: 5
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6 Moorcroft Orchid small vase, baluster form decorated with coloured flowers against a deep blue ground, impressed mark, height 9cm

Sold for £40
Lot: 6
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7 Della Robbia dated tankard, commemorating the coronation of Edward VII, mottled green glaze and dated 1902, incised marks, 9.5cm

Sold for £60
Lot: 7
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8 Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Taisho (1912-26), shouldered ovoid form decorated with a pavilion in a mountainous landscape with hanging wisteria, in colours and gilt against a buff ground, signed, height 17.5cm

Sold for £60
Lot: 8
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10 Japanese Satsuma vase, late Meiji (1868-1912), of inverted baluster form decorated with wisteria in colours and gilt against a buff ground, signed, height 32cm

Sold for £130
Lot: 10
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14 Japanese Hirado porcelain vase, shouldered form decorated with panels of birds amidst blossoms and bamboo against a formalised Imari and gilt wrigglework ground, painted mark, height 21cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 14
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15 Japanese Kutani figure of a scholar, late 19th Century, decorated in green robes with gilt details, standing on a brown glazed rocky base, height 30cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 15
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16 Chinese famille verte kylin incense burner, 19th Century but in Kangxi style, with removable cover, the body and head picked out in green enamels with aubergine and yellow details, height 14.5cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 16
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18 Chinese famille verte ginger jar and cover, late 19th Century, decorated with warriors on horseback, against a buff crackle ground, 27cm, on a carved wooden lotus stand

Sold for £45
Lot: 18
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21 Lalique moulded clear glass oval St. Gall jardiniere, the pattern introduced 1934, acid etched mark, 42.5cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 21
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22 Venetian Salviati glass and stainless steel candle stand, having a facial moulded purple glass shade, height 32cm

Sold for £105
Lot: 22
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23 Bloor Derby bowl, circa 1820-40, finely decorated with floral reserves against a deep blue ground with gilt details, printed mark, 28cm diameter

Sold for £200
Lot: 23
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24 Orrefors flowerhead clear glass bowl, 23cm; also an Orrefors clear glass candle stand bowl, 14cm diameter (2)

Sold for £32
Lot: 24
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25 Charlotte Rhead charger by Crown Ducal, pattern no. 5983, painted signature and printed marks, 32cm diameter

Sold for £38
Lot: 25
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26 Charlotte Rhead charger by Crown Ducal, decorated in the Ankara pattern, no. 5983, sparsely coloured, painted signature and printed marks, 36cm diameter

Sold for £75
Lot: 26
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28 Studio glass vase in the style of Whitefriars, tapered cylinder form internally decorated with bubbles and splash yellow colouring, height 20.5cm; also Venetian engraved glass gondola vase, 20cm (2)

Sold for £28
Lot: 28
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29 Mdina glass vase, of irregular square section, decorated with sea green vertilinear decoration, height 28cm; also two Mdina bottle vases, one having chevron decoration in shades of green, 13cm, the other with vertilinear decoration, 13.5cm; and a Mdina cylinder vase with ruby and blue splash decoration, 17.5cm, all signed (4)

Sold for £38
Lot: 29
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30 Pair of French coloured bisque wall plaques, modelled figuratively as Day and Night, within a black glazed floral embellished cameo style frame, 43cm x 37cm

Sold for £80
Lot: 30
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31 Chinese blue and white baluster vase, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a pheasant and peony rock pattern, painted double circle to the base (formerly a yen-yen vase), height 21.5cm; also a Japanese tokuri, 18th Century, slab form decorated with warriors (extensive losses and damage), 26.5cm (2)

Sold for £380
Lot: 31
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32 Small group of five pottery figures including a Royal Doulton flambe rabbit, 7cm; porcelain model of Pan with a bird, possibly Royal Copenhagen but unmarked, 6cm; turquoise glazed majolica monkey; white glazed china monkey; and a stylish 1930s cat figure decorated in a plain cream glaze, height 7cm

Sold for £120
Lot: 32
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33 CH Brannam Barum twin handled vase for Liberty & Co., baluster form with twin handles to the neck, decorated in a shaded green glaze, impressed marks, 13cm; also a pair of Brannam style green glazed ewers with incised banded decoration in an all over green glaze, 34.5cm; and a Devon style pottery candlestick decorated in a blue, brown and green glaze, the handle formed as a serpent, indistinct impressed mark, height 38cm (4)

Sold for £200
Lot: 33
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34 Poole Pottery vase designed by Alfred Read, shape no. 701, pattern PR.B, painted and printed marks, height 33cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 34
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35 Rare Bullers stoneware bowl designed Agnete Hoy, circa 1940, incised decoration coloured in brown against a grey stoneware ground, incised monogram, 16cm; also an Agnete Hoy stoneware vase, of octagonal form with incised decoration, signed with a monogram, height 10.5cm; and two Agnete Hoy porcelain bowls for Bullers, 12.5cm and 13cm (4)

Sold for £45
Lot: 35
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36 Bullers porcelain vase by Agnete Hoy, circa 1937-45, shouldered ovoid form with a wide neck, decorated in a temmoku brown glaze with stylised foliage in the Oriental style, impressed marks, 17cm; also a further Bullers vase by Agnete Hoy, baluster form decorated with a temmoku brown glaze, impressed marks, height 18cm (2)

Sold for £55
Lot: 36
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37 Bullers celadon vase, circa 1937-45, ribbed ovoid form decorated with a guilloche incised band to the neck, painted mark, 17cm; also two Bullers celadon jars by Agnete Hoy, 10.5cm (3)

Sold for £60
Lot: 37
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39 Two rare Bullers porcelain figures, a lamb and a zebra foal, modelled by Agnete Hoy, circa 1937-45, both decorated in a celadon glaze, 15cm and 18cm respectively

Sold for £90
Lot: 39
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