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34 Rare Linthorpe vase in the manner of Dr. Christopher Dresser, circa 1882-89, shape number 1804, of slender baluster form decorated with stylised moulded and sgraffito flowers and foliage, the rim with a yellow glaze shading into deep sea green, impressed Linthorpe mark and shape number, height 44cm
(Note: the Dresser range of shape numbers is usually put at between 1 and 928. It is known however that Dresser designs were still being produced after he left the pottery and that these were largely unsigned)

Sold for £200
Lot: 34
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35 Royal Doulton Sung flambe vase by Charles Noke, ovoid form uniquely glazed in a rich flambe blue and lava purple glaze, printed and painted marks, height 32cm

Sold for £380
Lot: 35
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36 Royal Doulton Sung flambe vase by Charles Noke, ovoid form uniquely glazed in a rich flambe blue and lava purple glaze, printed and painted marks, height 32cm

Sold for £380
Lot: 36
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37 Moorcroft ginger jar and cover, designed by Emma Bossuns, decorated with three day into night landscapes against a ground with bellflowers in colours against a midnight blue ground, impressed marks, painted signature, dated 2008, height 16cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 37
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38 Moorcroft Scrambling Lily vase, designed by Anji Davenport, limited edition, numbered 6/250, decorated with flowers against a shaded orange and cream ground, impressed and painted marks, height 11cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 38
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39 Moorcroft Queen's Choice table lamp, baluster form decorated with figs, peaches and grapes against a deep blue ground, wooden base and original shade, total height 46cm

Sold for £130
Lot: 39
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40 Moorcroft Christmas Hellebore trial piece, designed by Rachel Bishop, ovoid form decorated with coloured flowers against a shaded blue and cream ground, impressed and painted marks, height 14cm

Sold for £75
Lot: 40
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41 Moorcroft 'Anna at Christmas' vase, designed by Nichola Slaney, limited edition, numbered 53/100, baluster form with a wide neck, decorated with orchids against a cream ground, impressed and painted marks, signed, height 15cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 41
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42 Two sets of six Czechoslovakian harlequin wine glasses, including one set with cut and faceted trumpet bowls over cut waisted clear stems and foot, 21.5cm, the other a set of hock glasses with fan cut decoration, waisted clear stems and a clear foot, height 20cm (12)

Sold for £200
Lot: 42
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43 Four early Victorian Gaudy Welsh cache pots, each of tapered footed form with everted rim, decorated in bold colours with a vase issuing flowers, three being 12.5cm, the other 11.5cm

Sold for £65
Lot: 43
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44 Two Korean celadon Meiping vases, 20th Century, one decorated with flying crane roundels, the other with floral roundels, height 34cm

Sold for £45
Lot: 44
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46 Pair of Victorian cut lead crystal glass candlesticks, with a petalled sconce and faceted column, raised on a petalled circular base, height 33cm

Sold for £90
Lot: 46
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47 Japanese Satsuma koro and cover, circa 1900, the cover surmounted with a shi-shi dog and the body with dragon handles and decorated with figures in gilt, terracotta and white enamels, raised on masked paw feet, height 56cm

Sold for £85
Lot: 47
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48 Pair of decorative porcelain vases in the French style, decorated with classical landscape vignettes bordered with gilt against a puce ground, height 42cm

Sold for £45
Lot: 48
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50 Pair of Mintons hand decorated pottery tiles, circa 1863-72, each decorated with a goshawk perched on a branch, decorated with colours, impressed marks and painted initials 'CHS', 30cm square, framed

Sold for £340
Lot: 50
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51 Collection of labelled chemist's jars, late 19th/early 20th Century, all clear with gilt bordered labels, the largest 25cm, the smallest 17.5cm (22)

Sold for £260
Lot: 51
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52 Chinese famille rose charger, Qianlong (1735-96), with scalloped border and decorated with peony sprays and butterflies in colours (restored), 45cm diameter

Sold for £38
Lot: 52
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53 Prince Albert memoriam salt glazed jug, circa 1861, relief moulded with a profile of the Prince Consort opposing the royal arms, beneath a hinged pewter lid, height 29cm; also a further Victorian relief moulded stoneware mask jug, decorated with a monkey party, with hinged pewter lid, height 21cm (2)

Sold for £85
Lot: 53
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54 Doulton Lambeth Relief of Ladysmith commemorative stoneware jug, circa 1900, waisted form decorated with a monochrome print beneath two brown glazed bands, impressed marks, height 21cm

Sold for £20
Lot: 54
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55 Late Victorian grocer's margarine stand, supplied by Parnall & Sons, Birmingham, white glazed circular form, printed 'Margarine' to the edge, 37cm diameter, also a John Whittaker & Son, Blackpool, grocer's white glazed ceramic circular stand, 36.5cm diameter (2)

Sold for £360
Lot: 55
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56 Two Victorian blown glass wasp catchers, 17.5cm and 16.5cm

Sold for £22
Lot: 56
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58 Small selection of vaseline glass, circa 1900-10, comprising Powell style shallow straw bowl in blue and light green opalescence, 20cm diameter; a blue opalescent straw baluster jack-in-the-pulpit vase, height 12.5cm; two blue and green opalescent small baluster vases, 9cm; ribbed green glass specimen vase, 15cm; and a blue and light green opalescent ovoid jug, 16.5cm (6)

Sold for £110
Lot: 58
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59 Powell vaseline glass flared flower bowl, circa 1890, worked with flowers and fronds in opalescent blue against a green ground, 19cm diameter

Sold for £90
Lot: 59
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61 Chinese Yixing teapot and cover, of rectangular section inscribed with script, height 10cm; also a further Yixing teapot, moulded with crabstock, height 10.5cm (2)

Sold for £400
Lot: 61
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63 Wedgwood Fairyland lustre vase in the Candlemas pattern, circa 1925, designed by Daisy Makeig Jones, of trumpet form on a short circular foot, decorated with figures and candles in colours against blue panels, bordered with fairies and elves in gilt against green vertilinear panels, the interior decorated in a lustrous spearmint green, printed and impressed marks, height 22.5cm

Sold for £1900
Lot: 63
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64 Della Robbia jar and cover, by John Fogo, of squat bun form decorated with stylised green tulips, simplified and incised against a yellow ground, incised marks to the base, monogrammed and numbered 737, 13cm diameter

Sold for £360
Lot: 64
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65 Chinese republic vase, decorated with a lakeland landscape with pines and distant boats, in colours against a predominantly white ground, painted seal mark, 47cm; also a turned wooden stand

Sold for £80
Lot: 65
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67 Shelley china Regent tea service, decorated with pattern number 12197, being an Art Deco black and orange design against a white ground, comprising twelve cups, twelve saucers, twelve side plates, two bread and butter plates, milk jug and sugar basin (40)

Sold for £420
Lot: 67
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68 Copeland china dessert service, circa 1880, decorated with indigenous flora and fauna dispersed with butterflies in colours against a white ground, within a scalloped edge, comprising tall comport, medium comport, two short comports, and four 23.5cm dessert plates (8)

Sold for £60
Lot: 68
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69 Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji (1868-1912), ovoid form with barrel lug handles, decorated with a figural roundel against trailing wisteria, character marks to the base, height 19cm; also a pair of late Satsuma landscape baskets, Taisho (1912-26), moon shape and standing on four gilded feet, height 16cm (4)

Sold for £100
Lot: 69
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