Auction Items

Period Oak Featuring a Private Collection from a Devon Yeomans House

  • LOT NUMBER 1

    An 18th Century Staffordshire Creamware Coffee Pot & Cover attributed to William Greatbatch, Circa 1760. The domed lid surmounted by a floral knop, the baluster body relief moulded with fruit & foliage above a basket weave base, dripped in green, manganese, blue and yellow glaze. The handle moulded with crested foliage; the reeded spout with foliate terminal, 8½ ins (24 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £340

  • LOT NUMBER 2

    Two Charming 18th Century English Creamware Coffee Pots & Covers, probably Leeds Pottery. One inscribed in black; 'Be Ye faithfull unto death & I will give you a crown of life, Jonathon & Mary Hall' with a lady holding a cornucopia of fruit, sprays of flowers in-between and a rusty orange trellis band to the rim, 9½ ins (24 cms) high. The other inscribed; 'When this you see, Remember me, Tho' many leagues, We distance be, Elizabeth Oxley' encircled by a ring of flowers with floral sprays to the other side and sprigs to the domed lid with acorn finial, 9½ ins (24 cms) high.

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 3

    Two 18th Century Leeds Creamware Coffee Pots and Covers: One with a short spout, baluster body, reeded twin strap handle with sprigged floral terminals, and a domed lid surmounted by a floral knop, decorated in puce enamel with sprays of flowers and foliage; the relief moulded sprigs with green glazed foliage, 10¾ ins (27 cms) high. The other with a baluster body, twisted twin strap handle with moulded floral sprigs and a slightly domed lid surmounted by a floral bud, decorated with bouquets of flowers 8½ ins (21.5 cms) high.

    Sold For: £650

  • LOT NUMBER 4

    Two Late 18th Century Leeds Creamware Mugs: One inscribed in black; 'Sam;. Burnley Woolsey Weaver Batley 1794' with sprays of flowers either side, 4¾ ins (12 cms) high. The other inscribed; 'James & Nanny Charnick, Drink my lad if you be dry, The folt is in you and not in I', 4¾ ins (12.5 cms) high. Both impressed LEEDS POTTERY on base.

    Sold For: £600

  • LOT NUMBER 5

    A Late 18th Century Leeds Cream-ware Jug. The ovoid body enamelled with exotic birds on one side and an inscription within a shield on the other: 'John Marsland Leeds 1798', decorated with swagged garlands of flowers, 9 ins (23 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £650

  • LOT NUMBER 6

    An 18th Century Pearlware Jug decorated with a tailor sat on a cutting table outside and sprays of flowers, inscribed in black; 'George Bradbury, Now friends we are met, Now friends let's part, So drink again & then we'll start, 1788', 6¾ ins (17 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 7

    A Delightful 18th Century Creamware Mug, probably Leeds pottery, decorated with a naively painted scene depicting a Woman sat on a bench in landscape below inscription; 'Wm. Peterers 1777'. The reeded twin strap handle sprigged with moulded florets to the terminals. The rim and foot with a moulded string of beading, 5¼ ins (13 cms) high.

    Sold For: £600

  • LOT NUMBER 8

    Two Early 19th Century Creamware Mugs: One decorated with agricultural tools and a wheat sheaf, 5 ins (12.5 cms) high. The other with the bust of an Admiral and inscribed; 'Success to brave Rodney', 3½ ins (9 cms) high.

    Sold For: £800

  • LOT NUMBER 9

    A Charming 18th Century Leeds Pottery Creamware Plate. The centre panel depicting a man & woman holding a heart within a ring between them above initials I+R and A+M+R. The intricately pierced border with a moulded serpentine edge of crested fronds, 9½ ins (24 cms) in diameter. Paper collector's label to base.

    Sold For: £340

  • LOT NUMBER 10

    Two 18th Century Pearlware Coffee Pots & Covers: A large Yorkshire baluster pot decorated with sprays of foliage in brown, ochre, green and blue, 11 ins (28 cms) in height. A small coffee pot with a domed lid surmounted by a pierced knop finial and baluster body decorated with chinoiserie scene of mother and child strolling in garden to one side, and a pagoda to the other painted in blue, puce, yellow and rusty orange with sponged green foliage to the trees, 8½ ins (21.5 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £240



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