Auction Items

Fine Furniture, Paintings, Ceramics & Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 61

    A Pair of 18th Century Porcelain Figures of a Gentleman and Companion gathering fruit and flowers and standing on scrolling bases encrusted with flowers, with a dog at the feet of the gentleman and a sheep at the feet of the lady. Their costumes ornately decorated with floral sprigs., 9½ ins (24 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 62

    A 19th Century Porcelain Mantel Clock in a scrolling case painted with birds and flowers surmounted by a fruit cluster finial and raised on a scrolling pedestal base. The underside with Griffin mark, 15 ins (38 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 63

    A Royal Dux Figure of a Female Cabaret Dancer wearing a gilded train and standing on a colbalt blue glazed base, 11½ ins (29 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £380.00

  • LOT NUMBER 64

    A Coalport Cabinet Plate; the centre panel painted with a spray of pansies and framed in an ultra-marine blue border enriched with gilding, 9 ins (23 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 65

    A Pair of 18th Century Vienna Cabinet Plates from the Rafi Y. Mottahedeh collection. The centre panels painted with a bouquets of flowers and small sprigs, the serpentine edged borders ornamented with applied wreathes of leaves and clusters of blue berries. 8½ ins (24 cms) in diameter.

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  • LOT NUMBER 66

    A Spode Copeland's China Cabinet Plate. The centre panel painted with a ruined church in landscape signed A. Perry and framed in an ultra-marine blue border enriched with scrolling gilt decoration and edged in gadrooning. 9½ ins (24 cms) in diameter.

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  • LOT NUMBER 67

    A Continental White Glazed Porcelain Figure Group of two men brawling, on a rectangular platform base with flaming torches surmounting the breakfront corners, 6 ins (15 cms) in height, 8 ins (20 cms) in width.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 68

    A Pair of Vienna Cabinet Plates. The central panels painted with young women; one in a swarm of butterflies entitled: 'Die Blume', the other stood in falling snow holding a lute entitled: 'Der Winter'; both signed R. Dittrich and framed in decorative borders, 9 ½ ins (24 cms) in diameter.

    Sold For: £1550.00

  • LOT NUMBER 69

    A Fine 19th Century Rockingham Dish of rectangular form; the swept sides edged in leaves with pierced corners and having scrolling foliate handles either side enriched with gilt outlined and details. The centre panel finely painted with a scene of ''The Norfolk Suspension Bridge Shoreham'' entitled on the back. The unmarked Dish previously at Hermiston House, Midlothian with an old paper label inscribed; '' Undoubtedly Rockingham though with out mark, and believed to have been made for King Wm IV. Similar pieces with the mark of the griffin were bought at the same place as this tray and subsequently sold by auction in London at very high prices.'' 10 ins x 7½ (15.5 cms x 19 cms).

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 70

    A Pair of Continental Dresden Style Porcelain Figural Candlesticks. The swirling flower head candle cups on scrolling stems encrusted with flowers, and mounted with Eros stood with his bow and arrows to the front of one, and a winged youth with a butterfly on his arm stood to the front of the other. The scrolling bases ornamented with fruit and flowers, 15½ ins (39 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £580.00



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