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Auction Description for Canterbury:
Viewing Notes:
22nd April 2pm - 5pm. 23rd April 10am - 7pm.
Sale Notes:
None

352 lots | 95 with images

April 24, 2001

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

19th Century maiolica garden seat, probably by George Jones, the cylindrical body moulded in bold relief and decorated in colours withbirds, dragonflies, bulrushes and water lilies, on a turquoise ground the top and footrim moulded in relief with

Lot 1: 19th Century maiolica garden seat, probably by George Jones, the cylindrical body moulded in bold relief and decorated in colours withbirds, dragonflies, bulrushes and water lilies, on a turquoise ground the top and footrim moulded in relief with

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Description: 19th Century maiolica garden seat, probably by George Jones, the cylindrical body moulded in bold relief and decorated in colours withbirds, dragonflies, bulrushes and water lilies, on a turquoise ground the top and footrim moulded in relief with rushes and with dark brownglaze, handle cut-out to top, the interior with mottled green glaze, 12ins diameter x 17.75ins high (apparently unmarked, painted Pattern No. 3389 and impressed with design registry diamond - circa 1870 - three chips to interior of footrim and cracked around footrim) Illustrated on Back Cover

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Lot 2: A 19th Century maiolica cylindrical jardiniere probably by George Jones, the exterior moulded in relief with stephanotis and two humming birds on a turquoise ground, within brown and yellow banded borders, 7ins diameter x 7ins high (unmarked - circa

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Description: A 19th Century maiolica cylindrical jardiniere probably by George Jones, the exterior moulded in relief with stephanotis and two humming birds on a turquoise ground, within brown and yellow banded borders, 7ins diameter x 7ins high (unmarked - circa 1870 painted Pattern No.3302 to base)

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A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed

Lot 3: A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed "Toby" jug with green and brown streaked glaze, the jug moulded in the form of a standing figure of Toby with his hands in his pockets, on circular base, 11. 5ins high (impressed no. 1139 to base and with

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Description: A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed "Toby" jug with green and brown streaked glaze, the jug moulded in the form of a standing figure of Toby with his hands in his pockets, on circular base, 11. 5ins high (impressed no. 1139 to base and with date code for May 1874 small chip to front of hat and edge rubbed) Illustrated on Back Cover

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A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed

Lot 4: A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed "Toby" jug with brown and green sponged decoration, the jug in the form of a standing figure of a woman wearing shawl and carrying a fan, on circular base,11.75ins high (impressed no. 1140 and date code

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Description: A 19th Century Mintons maiolica yellow glazed "Toby" jug with brown and green sponged decoration, the jug in the form of a standing figure of a woman wearing shawl and carrying a fan, on circular base,11.75ins high (impressed no. 1140 and date code for October 1873 to base - slight chip to base footrim) Illustrated on Back Cover

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A pair of late 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figures -

Lot 5: A pair of late 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figures - "Queen Victoria" and "Prince of Wales", the standing figures decorated in colours and gilt on oval bases, labelled in gilt, 17.5ins high ( Harding Figures 551 and 552 - Victoria with base

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Description: A pair of late 19th Century Staffordshire pottery figures - "Queen Victoria" and "Prince of Wales", the standing figures decorated in colours and gilt on oval bases, labelled in gilt, 17.5ins high ( Harding Figures 551 and 552 - Victoria with base cracked and damaged, Prince of Wales somewhat discoloured) Illustrated on Back Cover

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