Auction Items

Period Oak, Funiture and Effects

  • Lot 211 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 211

    A Small Group of 19th Century English China: A wrythen fluted tea cup and saucer enamelled with bourbon sprigs and edged in gilding. A decorative coffee can and saucer. A pearl glazed helmet creamer, coffee can and saucer hand painted with baskets and sprigs of delicate pink flowers. A tea bowl, saucer and plate painted with floral cartouches and sprigs.

    Sold For: £30

  • Lot 212 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 212

    Four Late 18th Century Creamware Plates with sepia decoration: An oval Wedgwood plate with a pierced border of interwoven straps and transfer printed panel of birds by Sadler & Green, 10 in x 9 in (25.5 cm x 23 cms), a stamped Wedgwood plate painted with fruiting vine around the border, 8 in (20 cms) in diameter, and two small plates with moulded basket weave borders and pierced rims; one painted with a garland of leaves and berries, 7¼ in (18 cms) diameter.

    Sold For: £40

  • Lot 213 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 213

    A 19th Century Marbled-glaze Creamware Miniature Flower-pot and two Wheildon type 'tortoiseshell' plates with finely moulded serpentine borders and mottled glaze, 9 in (23 cm) and 10 in (25.5 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £90

  • Lot 214 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 214

    A Small Group of English Pottery (A/F): An intricately moulded saltglazed stoneware plate with pierced border, 9 in (23 cms) in diameter. A delft plate hand painted with chinoiserie decoration in manganese, 9¼ in (23.5 cm) in diameter. A creamware plate, probably Leeds with pierced border, 8¼ in (21 cms) in diameter. A small Leeds pedestal bowl with reeded sides, 2¼ in (5.6 cm) high, 3 in (7.5 cms) in diameter. A pearlware toy bowl with pratt glazed floral sprigs, a toy jug, and a miniature hand-painted pearlware teapot, 4 ins (10 cm) high.

    Sold For: £130

  • Lot 215 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 215

    A Small Group of Early 19th Century English Pottery (A/F): An oval Davenport cream-ware plate with pierced border, a hand-painted flower-head roundel to the centre and floral rim band, 10 in x 7¾ in (25.5 cm x 19.5 cm) stapled. A creamware bowl hand painted with bouquets of flowers, and having a finely moulded beading around the rim, 3 in (7.5 cms) high, 7 in (17.5 cm) in diameter. A pearlware bowl printed in umber with sprays of flowers and foliage and clobbered in coloured enamels, 3 in (7.6 cm) high, 6 in (15 cm) in diameter. A Wedgwood creamware bowl and a miniature coffee pot hand-painted with sprigs of pink and orange flowers edged in black rim lines; the bowl 2¼ in (6 cm) high, 4¼ in (11 cms) in diameter, the coffee pot 5 in (13 cm) high.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 216 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 216

    A Small 19th Century Saltglazed Stoneware Pot Pourri Basket with intricately moulded woven sides, a sprigged border garland, blue enameled rim lines and a pierced dome lid centred by a flower head knop, 4¼ in (11 cms) in height. A Georgian Pearlware sparrow beaked jug dotted with sprigs of blue flowers, 3¾ in (9.5 cms) high, and a miniature moulded leaf-shaped jug with blue enamelled rim lines.

    Sold For: £90

  • Lot 217 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 217

    A Collection of 18th & 19th Century English Blue & White Plates, two mugs, two tea cups and three bowls.

    Sold For: £150

  • Lot 218 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 218

    A Staffordshire Pearlware Tea Bowl & Saucer transfer printed in blue with a gardener digging, and a tower in back ground framed by a floral border. The base with printed Shorthose & Co. mark (circa 1817-1822).

    Sold For: £150

  • Lot 219 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 219

    A Pretty 18th Century Limoges Enamel Tea-strainer hand painted in blue with sprigs of flowers.

    Sold For: £80

  • Lot 220 | Period Oak, Funiture and Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 220

    A Derby Dish decorated with Chinoiserie Birds in quatrefoil panels either side of a central roundel on a turquoise enamelled ground, and edged in gilding, 7¼ ins (18.5 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £20



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