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Collectables, Antiques

by Canterbury Auction Galleries


504 lots | 115 with images

June 15, 2004

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century German porcelain figures of a shepherd and shepherdess in 18th Century dress, on gilt and floral encrusted rococo pattern bases, 9ins and 9 5ins high (one with conjoined AR in underglaze blue to base - thought

Lot 1: A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century German porcelain figures of a shepherd and shepherdess in 18th Century dress, on gilt and floral encrusted rococo pattern bases, 9ins and 9 5ins high (one with conjoined AR in underglaze blue to base - thought

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Description: A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century German porcelain figures of a shepherd and shepherdess in 18th Century dress, on gilt and floral encrusted rococo pattern bases, 9ins and 9 5ins high (one with conjoined AR in underglaze blue to base - thought to be Helena Wolfson - both with slight restoration and minor damage) Illustrated

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A German porcelain group - The Hypochondriac, modelled after a Meissen original by J J Kaendler - A seated figure of a middle-aged gentleman supported by his wife and two figures of Harlequins, on floral encrusted oval base, 8 75ins high (bears

Lot 2: A German porcelain group - The Hypochondriac, modelled after a Meissen original by J J Kaendler - A seated figure of a middle-aged gentleman supported by his wife and two figures of Harlequins, on floral encrusted oval base, 8 75ins high (bears

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Description: A German porcelain group - The Hypochondriac, modelled after a Meissen original by J J Kaendler - A seated figure of a middle-aged gentleman supported by his wife and two figures of Harlequins, on floral encrusted oval base, 8 75ins high (bears Niderviller mark to base) Illustrated

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Lot 3: A German porcelain figure in the Hochst manner - A young man wearing a blue and gilt decorated coat seated on a floral encrusted base with a dog at his side, 6 5ins high (crowned wheel pattern mark in underglaze blue to base)

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Description: A German porcelain figure in the Hochst manner - A young man wearing a blue and gilt decorated coat seated on a floral encrusted base with a dog at his side, 6 5ins high (crowned wheel pattern mark in underglaze blue to base)

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Lot 4: An early 20th Century Dresden porcelain advertising group - Yardley's Old English Lavender - A young woman and two children carrying baskets of lavender, on rococo pattern base, 12ins high (impressed mark to base)

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Description: An early 20th Century Dresden porcelain advertising group - Yardley's Old English Lavender - A young woman and two children carrying baskets of lavender, on rococo pattern base, 12ins high (impressed mark to base)

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Lot 5: A pair of Meissen porcelain urn pattern vases, the exteriors encrusted with numerous flowerheads and leafage, each with two canaries, 5 5ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base with decorator's mark of a star beneath the mark - tails

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Description: A pair of Meissen porcelain urn pattern vases, the exteriors encrusted with numerous flowerheads and leafage, each with two canaries, 5 5ins high (crossed swords mark in underglaze blue to base with decorator's mark of a star beneath the mark - tails and beaks of the canaries chipped, and some flowerheads chipped and missing - circa 1870)

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