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Decorative Art, Fine Art(429 Lots)
October 18, 2006
Description: Three English Delft blue and white 'Chinoiserie' plates, 18th century, each painted with a fisherman in a sampan before a riverscape with pavilions, rockwork and willow trees enclosed within a stylised celldiaper border, fritting to rim, 23cm diameter (3)View additional info »
Description: A James & Ralph Clews blue and white soup plate, 1818- 1834, the centre printed with a hunting scene enclosed within a border of wild animals and birds, minor staining, impressed CLEWS WARRENTED STAFFORDSHIRE, 25cm diameter; and A Morley & Ashworth Blue and White 'Acropolis Pattern Plate, 1859- 1862, printed with figures before ruins enclosed within a floral border, chip, staining, printed factory mark and pattern name, 26,5cm diameter (2)View additional info »
Description: A pair of Spode earthenware 'Chinoiserie' plates, circa 1805, each printed and painted with chrysanthemums and bamboo issuing from rockwork, minor staining, impressed and printed factory mark, 20cm diameter; and A Staffordshire Creamware Blue and White Reticulated Plate, early 19th century, the basket-weave moulded body enclosed within a pierced border, impressed G4, 21cm diameter (3)View additional info »
Description: A Charles James Mason & Co stoneware 'Chinoiserie' twohandled jar, 1829-1845, the tapering faceted body printed and painted with panels enclosing oriental figures before landscapes, reserved against a diaper-ground between bands of flowers and scrolling foliage, the shoulders applied with dragon-handles, apricot lustre rim, cover lacking, chips, printed factory mark, 50cm highView additional info »
Description: A Copeland and Garrett part dessert service, 1833-1847, each piece painted with a band of birds perched on branches against a yellow ground enclosed within a gilt scrolling foliate border, comprising: 9 plates, an oval dish, a circular dish and a bowl and cover with foliate finial, the dishes and covered bowl raised on three gilt scroll-feet, the bowl with hairline crack and chip, printed factory mark, painted numerals, the oval dish 28,5cm high (12)View additional info »