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1 Four Staffordshire apothecary jars, circa 1840-60, comprising two shouldered covered jars, labelled 'Tamarinds' and 'Honey' in gilt and puce within puce borders, with handles at the shoulders, height 32cm; and two smaller jars, one with a cover, both missing handles, and labelled 'Leeches' and 'Honey' (4)

Sold for £260
Lot: 1
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3 Nailsea glass dump paperweight, worked with trumpet flowers in an egg shaped dome, height 12cm; also a smaller Nailsea glass dump worked with single trumpet flower in an egg shape, height 9cm (2)

Sold for £40
Lot: 3
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4 Large Nailsea green glass dump, spherical form detailed with internal bubbles, 15.5cm

Sold for £25
Lot: 4
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5 Nailsea green glass dump, ovoid form internally decorated with a myriad of bubbles, height 14cm

Sold for £25
Lot: 5
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6 Set of six modern Wedgwood collector's plaques, each featuring a different vintage clipper ship, mounted within original wooden frames, 25.5cm x 31.5cm including frames

Sold for £65
Lot: 6
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7 Japanese Satsuma vase, Meiji (1868-1912), hexagonal shouldered form, decorated with panels of Bijin within in a garden in gilt and colours against a cobalt blue ground, with gilt detailing, signed to the base, height 15cm

Sold for £32
Lot: 7
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8 Pair of Chinese blue and white dishes, Qianlong (1736-95), canted rectangular form decorated with a lone boat on a lake, 32cm; also a Chinese blue and white circular dish, Kangxi (1662-1722), decorated with a peony rock pattern, 22cm diameter; and a Chinese peony rock pattern plate, Kangxi, decorated in terracotta, gilt and underglaze blue, 23cm (4)

Sold for £170
Lot: 8
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9 Chinese blue glazed dragon bowl, having an inverted rim and incised with dragons chasing flaming pearls and decorated in an allover blue glaze, 23.5cm diameter, raised on a carved hardwood stand

Sold for £240
Lot: 9
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11 Pair of Carl Thieme, Potschappel figural candlesticks, late 19th Century, each modelled with a figure against an arbour encrusted with fruits and flowers and decorated throughout with colours, height 24cm

Sold for £130
Lot: 11
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13 Wedgwood dragon vase, circa 1900-20,pattern no. 4829, shouldered cylinder form with a waisted neck, decorated with a gilded scrolling dragon against a mottled blue ground, gold Portland Vase mark, height 32.5cm; also a smaller version of the same vase, 21.5cm (2)

Sold for £380
Lot: 13
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16 Spode Copeland's china service, decorated with an Asiatic Pheasant pattern, circa 1930, comprising nine 20cm plates, eight large teacups with eleven saucers, five egg cups, milk jug, two bread and butter plates, two oval platters, the largest 22.5cm (38)

Sold for £55
Lot: 16
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17 Collection of modern Spode Italian pattern blue and white dinner wares comprising lidded tureen, eight dinner plates (26.5cm), eight side plates, eight bowls, small rectangular meat plate, sandwich plate, butter dish and cover, sugar box, small oval dish, milk jug, baluster vase (20cm), twelve non-ceramic place mats (44)

Sold for £140
Lot: 17
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18 Royal Worcester fruit decorated cup, saucer and side plate, the cup decorated by Price with apples and blackberries, with gilded exterior, printed marks and dated 1921, the saucer decorated with blackberries and plums, signed Flaxman, printed marks and dated 1920, and the side plate decorated with cherries and peaches, signed Ricketts (3)

Sold for £130
Lot: 18
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19 Vienna porcelain chocolate cup and cover, cylinder form hand decorated with a panel titled 'Amor and Venus', in colours, within a tooled gilt surround, the cup and lid bordered with blue oval flowerheads on a pink gilt garland ground, painted blue beehive mark, titled on the base, height 13cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 19
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20 Eight blue and white printware plates, all early 19th Century and by various manufacturers, 25cm diameter

Sold for £80
Lot: 20
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21 Liverpool creamware bowl, circa 1770, printed in black by Sadler & Green, the interior printed with a vignette of a young couple encountering a fortune teller, the exterior decorated with four vignettes detailing the path of their future, 23cm diameter
Provenance: Purchased at Messrs Woolley & Wallis, 25th May 2004

Sold for £280
Lot: 21
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22 Worcester blue and white coffee can, circa 1755-60, moulded slightly flared form with a foliate trail rim, painted workman's mark, 5.5cm

Sold for £80
Lot: 22
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23 Worcester blue and white butter boat, circa 1760, in the Mansfield pattern, relief moulded with overlapping leaves to the exterior, the interior decorated, blue painted workman's mark

Sold for £140
Lot: 23
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24 Bow blue and white saucer, circa 1765, decorated with the pavilion islands pattern, 11.5cm

Sold for £120
Lot: 24
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25 Worcester blue and white tea bowl and saucer, circa 1760, decorated with the man in a pavilion pattern in underglaze blue print, open crescent mark

Sold for £120
Lot: 25
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26 Worcester tea bowl and saucer, circa 1775, decorated with the birds in trees pattern in underglaze blue print, hatched crescent mark

Sold for £70
Lot: 26
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27 Worcester blue and white pickle dish, circa 1755, decorated with a bird amidst flowers, workman's mark, 11cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 27
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28 Worcester blue and white cup and saucer, circa 1760, decorated with the cannon ball landscape pattern, open crescent mark to the cup and a workman's mark to the saucer

Sold for £70
Lot: 28
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29 Liverpool Chaffers blue and white coffee can, circa 1760, in the house and trees pattern (extensively repaired), height 6.5cm

Sold for £12
Lot: 29
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30 Royal Worcester plaque 'On the Llugwy', date code for 1918, featuring Highland cattle watering on the banks of the river, mounted within a gilt slip and gilt swept frame, printed marks, painted title verso, 15cm x 13.5cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 30
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31 Royal Worcester fruit decorated dessert service by R Seebright, circa 1912-17, comprising ten 22.5cm plates (dated code for 1917), two tall comports, short comport and three further damaged short comports, all decorated to the centre with fruits, signed, and within tooled gilt and pink glazed reserved borders against a deep cobalt blue ground, printed marks (16)

Sold for £1600
Lot: 31
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34 Chinese famille jaune medallion bowl, Guangxu mark and period (1875-1908), the base painted with a six character reign mark, 17cm diameter; also a Chinese Mandarin pattern lobed dish, Jiaqing (1796-1820), 19.5cm (2)

Sold for £75
Lot: 34
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35 Pair of Meissen scalloped dishes, 18th/19thCentury, decorated with Deutsche Blumen in colours within a gilded edge, painted blue crossed swords mark, 21.5cm

Sold for £110
Lot: 35
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37 Troika small moon vase, designed by Honor Perkins, circa 1968-73, incised and decorated with abstract forms in blue and terracotta against a light grey textured ground, painted mark 'Troika Cornwall England', 12cm diameter

Sold for £70
Lot: 37
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40 Wemyss biscuit jar and cover, circa 1920-29, straight sided cylinder form, decorated throughout with old pink roses and green foliage, printed Robert Heron & Son mark, 11.5cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 40
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