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31 Eleven Royal Worcester lepidoptery dessert plates, circa 1870-90, each finely decorated with indigenous specimens of butterflies and moths in colours, and botanical specimens, with gilded ferns, all painted against a white ground and within a gilded, beaded border, impressed marks, 22.5cm diameter

Sold for £280
Lot: 31
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32 Royal Worcester for Apsley Pellatt & Co., seven Mr Jorrocks plates, circa 1900, each with a printed cartoon, hand coloured within a gilded scalloped border, printed marks, 23.5cm diameter

Sold for £38
Lot: 32
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33 Pair of Royal Worcester moon flasks, circa 1877, decorated with indigenous birds and foliage in colours against an ivory ground, bordered with gilt and raised on gilt ball feet, printed marks, 13cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 33
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34 Pair of Grainger & Co. Worcester moon flasks, circa 1870-90, each decorated with a roundel featuring nesting birds, bordered with opaline like jewels against a cobalt blue ground, with gilded butterfly and reed decorated obverse, printed mark, 18cm

Sold for £240
Lot: 34
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35 Pair of Royal Worcester vases, circa 1875, each moulded as a purse 'tied' with gilt cord at the neck and decorated with indigenous birds in colours against an ivory ground, height 10.5cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 35
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36 Pair of Grainger & Co. Worcester reticulated lidded vases, circa 1870-90, slender ovoid form with domed covers and pierced lug handles, decorated with indigenous birds in colours against a white ground, bordered with gilt and raised on a canted square base, printed marks, height 29cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 36
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37 Royal Worcester vase, circa 1876, hand decorated with indigenous birds and foliage in colours against an ivory ground bordered with gilt, 12.5cm; also a Royal Worcester hand decorated tankard, circa 1873, featuring a bullfinch amidst blossom, height 9cm (2)

Sold for £110
Lot: 37
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40 Chinese porcelain cooling bowl and cover, Guangxu (1875-1908) mark and period, footed form with domed cover and liner with six character mark, decorated throughout with lotus flower and scrolling foliage in underglaze blue and coloured enamels, over a foot decorated with foaming waves, height 16cm

Sold for £480
Lot: 40
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41 Chinese porcelain cooling bowl and cover, Guangxu (1875-1908) mark and period, circular form with domed cover, with a liner painted with a six character mark, decorated throughout with underglaze blue lotus flower with scrolling enamelled foliage, over a foot decorated with foaming waves, height 19cm

Sold for £520
Lot: 41
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42 Chinese Export blue and white milk jug, late 18th Century, helmet shaped and decorated with a lakeside landscape, height 14cm

Sold for £55
Lot: 42
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43 Chinese famille rose small tureen and cover, Qianlong (1736-95), canted rectangular form decorated with a peony rock pattern in colours, 15.5cm; also a Chinese blue and white export meat plate, canted rectangular form decorated with a landscape pattern, 37cm (2)

Sold for £300
Lot: 43
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45 Japanese earthenware lidded floor vase, late Meiji (1868-1912), domed cover surmounted with a seated figure over an ovoid body with Buddhist lion ring handles, and decorated throughout with butterflies and foliage in raised gilt and colours against a buff ground, height 94cm

Sold for £260
Lot: 45
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46 Wedgwood limited edition black basalt plaque 'The Frightened Horse' after a painting by George Stubbs, numbered 157/250, printed and impressed marks and original frame and mounts, the plaque 39xm x 23.5cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 46
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47 Moorcroft Treasure Map plaque, circa 2008, produced for The Moorcroft Collector's Club, signed by M Rashford Jones, original Moorcroft frame, 31cm x 21cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 47
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48 Moorcroft Finches pattern globular vase, decorated predominantly in dark blue and purple colours, painted and impressed marks, height 17cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 48
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49 Moorcroft Isabella vase, limited edition, numbered 38/250, of waisted trumpet form, signed by Sian Leeper, designed exclusively for an event at Burleigh House 2004, printed and painted marks, height 25.5cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 49
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50 Moorcroft Tudric Dream vase, exclusively for Liberty by Rachel Bishop, numbered 1/50, signed, height 22.5cm

Sold for £220
Lot: 50
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52 Della Robbia Moorish vase, circa 1905, by John Fogo and George Warhurst, incised with fruiting vine decorated in greens and blues, incised and painted marks, shape 646, height 24cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 52
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53 Japanese Imari dish, Meiji (1868-1912), scalloped hexagonal form decorated with scrolling flowers, birds and animals in typical Imari palette, 27cm; also a further Japanese Imari plate, with scalloped border, decorated in typical palette, 22cm (2)

Sold for £38
Lot: 53
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55 Chinese Republic blue and white painted porcelain stick stand, cylinder form decorated with a mountainous lakeland landscape, and bearing a Kangxi six character mark to the rim, 46cm

Sold for £50
Lot: 55
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56 Decorative Japanese hand decorated porcelain charger, bordered with marine mammals and fish in underglaze blue, and with polychrome geometric design to the centre, 46cm diameter

Sold for £75
Lot: 56
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57 Portuguese crustacean plate in the style of Palissy, centred with a crab with applied barnacles and other crustaceans, decorated in majolica glazes, 32cm diameter

Sold for £20
Lot: 57
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58 Portuguese reptilian plate after Bernard Palissy, worked with two large salamanders, a lizard and a frog, decorated in greens and browns, impressed mark, 32cm diameter

Sold for £70
Lot: 58
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59 Chinese Republic internally decorated glass sphere, decorated with a busy riverside town scene, presented on a lacquered wooden stand, 12cm diameter

Sold for £18
Lot: 59
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60 Wemyss part toilet set, boldly decorated with pink roses within a green line border, comprising jug and bowl, the bowl 39cm diameter, twin handled footed bowl, 19cm, and a liner for a soap dish, 16cm, printed and painted marks

Sold for £160
Lot: 60
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63 Two George III cut glass covered honey jars, circa 1810, each with strawberry cutting over a short knopped stem and cut circular foot, 17.5cm and 17cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 63
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65 George III opaque air twist cordial glass, circa 1770, ogee bowl over a gauze and double helix twist stem and flat foot, 14.5cm

Sold for £100
Lot: 65
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66 George II airtwist cordial glass, circa 1750, bucket shaped bowl over a stem with ten-ply spiral band centred with a spiral cable, over a conical foot, height 16cm

Sold for £70
Lot: 66
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67 George III opaque twist cordial glass, circa 1770, ogee shaped bowl engraved with a flower and a bird, over a fine spiral band centred with a pair of spiral tapes, over a conical foot, height 15cm

Sold for £150
Lot: 67
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68 Wedgwood King George VI Coronation tankard, designed by Eric Ravilious, 1937, printed and impressed marks, height 10cm

Sold for £380
Lot: 68
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