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Auction Description for Rowley: Antiques, Fine Art and Decorative Furnishings
Viewing Notes:
Sunday 19th February 10am - 1pm; Monday 20th February 9am - 6pm; Tuesday 21st February 9am - 6pm and Wednesday 22nd February 9am - 10am.
Conditions of Business:
CONDTIONS OF BUSINESS
Buyers and Sellers are advised to read carefully the following Conditions of Business, including the explanations of cataloguing practice, that contain exclusively the terms under which Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers Limited "Rowley's" conduct their sales and handle their related matters.

THIRD PARTY LIABILTY
All person on Rowley's premises at any time are there at their own risk. They shall have no claim against Rowley's in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save insofar as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the negligence of Rowley's or its employees.

Tattersalls' shall not be liable for any injury, damage or loss that may be suffered by any person on Tattersalls' premises in connection with the business of Rowley's save that nothing in this condition shall be taken as excluding or restricting or as attempting to exclude or restrict Tattersalls' liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977.

CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO BUYERS

1. Rowley's as Agent
Rowley's act only as agent for the Seller and makes no representation and gives no warranty as to the authenticity, merchantability or otherwise of any Lot.

2. The Buyer
A. The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer.
B. Rowley's has sole discretion to decide whether a bid has been made, where there has been a dispute as to the bidding and to settle any dispute.
C. Every bidder shall, if required by Rowley's, complete a registration form and furnish Rowley's with suitable references before bidding at the auction.
D. Every bidder acts as principal

3. Buyer's premium
The Buyer of any Lot shall pay Rowley's a premium equal to 21.5 per cent of the hammer price plus VAT at the standard rate for any item purchased at Auction. The Buyer acknowledges that Rowley's may also receive commission from the Seller. The Buyer shall not make any deduction in respect of the Purchase Price, nor sell, transfer or otherwise contract to dispose of any Lot prior to payment of the Purchase Price.

Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction services will be subject to an additional 3% premium charge plus VAT at the standard rate imposed on the hammer price. Any lots purchased via invaluable.com live auction services will be subject to an additional 5% premium charged plus VAT at the standard rate imposed on the hammer price. Lots purchased via bidonthis.co.uk will be subject to an additional 1.5% buyer's fee (a minimum of £1 applies) together with a 2% payment processing fee plus VAT at the standard rate. If you win a lot via bidonthis.co.uk, the money will be automatically taken from your card.

4. Value Added Tax
Lots on which VAT is payable on the hammer price by the Buyer are indicated in the catalogue with a dagger (†). VAT is payable at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction. VAT may be refundable, in certain circumstances, where the lot is subsequently removed from the EU.

5. Payment and Risk
A. At the fall of the hammer
i. The buyer shall give to Rowley's his name and address and such proportion of the Purchase Price as Rowley's shall require.
ii. The risk of loss or damage to the Lot shall become the full responsibility of the Buyer, notwithstanding that title may not yet have been passed to the Buyer.
B. Legal and beneficial ownership of a lot shall not pass to the Buyer until payment for the Lot along with any interest or
other sums that may be outstanding on any account is received in cleared funds by Rowley's and Rowley's will be entitled
to a lien on any Lot sold to the Buyer until these amounts are paid in full.
C. In any event full payment of the Purchase Price must be received by Rowley's within 48 hours of the sale ("Due Date")

Methods of Payment:
D. i. Cash in Sterling
ii. Cheques in Sterling supported by suitable cheque card or UK bankers draft in Sterling made payable to "Rowley's". Cheques drawn on a foreign bank attract a transaction charge.
iii. Credit cards. If you wish to pay for any purchase with a MasterCard, Visa or Access, you must present the card in person at the auction, or within 48 hours of the auction. All transactions of this nature may require the credit card slip to be signed in front of a member of Rowley's staff and must be supported with additional identification. All charges are subject to acceptance by Rowley's and by MasterCard, Visa, or Access, as the case may be. If a charge is not approved, you will nevertheless be liable to Rowley's for all sums incurred by you. MasterCard, Visa and Access credit cards are accepted only subject to an additional charge of 3.00%.
iv. Debit Cards. We accept Switch, Delta, Solo and Electron. You must present the card in person at the auction, or within 48 hours of the auction. Transactions of this nature may require the debit card slip to be signed in front of a member of Rowley's staff and must be supported with additional identification.
v. Bank transfers in Sterling should be made payable to the account of "Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., Barclays Bank PLC, 58 High Street, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 8NH, sort code 20-60-38, account number: 00956929", IBAN: GB78 BARC 20603800956929, SWIFTBIC: BARCGB22. Please note that overseas bank transfers attract an additional £8 fee.
vi. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Rowley's:
a. You authorise Rowley's, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and
b. You confirm that you are authorized to provide these credit card details to Rowley's through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Rowley's are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

6. Collection of Purchases
A. No Lot may be removed during an auction, nor may any Lot be removed until the purchase price has been paid in full. However, buyers will be entitled to inspect any Lot after the fall of the hammer subject to it being removed to a safe and secure location by Rowley's immediately following sale.
B. The Buyer shall remove from Rowley's premises at his expense any Lot purchased by him within 48 hours of the sale.
C. The Buyer will be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges if a Lot is not removed in accordance with Condition 6 (B) above, but nothing in this clause constitutes any representation by Rowley's that it will maintain insurance in respect of any such Lot.
D. Rowley's will not be liable for any damage caused to any Lot after the fall of the hammer.
E. The Buyer is responsible for arranging all packing and transportation. Rowley's may from time to time recommend transporters, packers or shippers but any such recommendation is given without liability and Rowley's shall not be liable for any loss or damage to any Lot howsoever caused.
F. Collection by agents. If an agent or carrier is collecting goods on behalf of the Buyer they must produce either a written authority from the Buyer or a receipted Rowley's invoice for the Lot/s.
G. Clearance of Lots: Lots purchased at our Fine Art and Antique auctions can be cleared from Tattersall's sale ring on the day(s) of the sale or collected from our office premises at 8 Downham Road, Ely CB6 1AH from the Friday after the sale. Please note NO COLLECTIONS CAN BE MADE ON THE THURSDAY AFTER AN ANTIQUE SALE.

Unfortunately we have limited space at our Ely premises and are not able to store items. All items purchased MUST be collected within 14 days of the auction. In the event that items are not collected within 14 days they will be removed to offsite storage and a storage charge will be incurred. Items held in storage offsite can only be collected providing 3 days notice is given to Rowley's. Items will not be released until payment of all charges have been paid.

H. We regret we do not provide any onsite packing services.
Purchasers through the-saleroom.com can obtain postage and shipping quotes through the-saleroom.com prior to each sale. These items are usually collected from Rowley's 5 days after the sale providing the purchaser's invoice has been settled.

For those not buying through the-saleroom.com we highly recommend successful purchasers use the services of a reputable professional carrier for packing who will provide prompt quotations and collection from Rowley's for cartage to national and international locations. We recommend:

Jentel Packing
(Services across Essex, London, Suffolk, Kent, Surrey, Sussex)
Telephone: 01268 776777
Email: sales@jentelpacking.co.uk
www.jentelpacking.co.uk

Mail Boxes Etc
23 King Street, Cambrige CB1 1AH
Email: info@mbecambridge.com
Telephone +44 (0) 1223 361601
www.mbe.uk.com

Alban Shipping
Unit 4, Premier Business Park
Dencora Way, Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 3HP
Telephone +44 (0) 1582 493099
www.albanshipping.co.uk

For local carriers please contact us for details.

7. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases
In the event that a buyer fails to pay for or collect a Lot, Rowley's may at it's absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies:
A. Issue proceedings against a Buyer for breach of contract together with cost of any proceedings on a full indemnity basis.
B. To rescind the sale of that or any other Lots sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auction.
C. To re-sell the Lot or cause it to be resold by public sale or private treaty. Any deficiency in the purchase price resulting from any such re-sale, together with any costs incurred in connection with the Lot, shall be paid to Rowley's by the original Buyer and any surplus after deduction of costs and charges shall be due to the original Buyer.
D. To charge interest on any outstanding monies at the rate of 1.5% per month or part thereof to the extent they remain unpaid for more than 48 hours from the date of the sale.

8. Condition of Lots
A. All catalogue descriptions, verbal descriptions and advertisements for sales concerning attribution, genuineness, authorship, origin, period, date, age, provenance, quality, condition or estimated selling price are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as statements or representations of fact nor the basis for any warranty or guarantee. Many Lots will be of an age that precludes them being in perfect condition and purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any Lot by examining that Lot before the auction.

B. Refund Policy. In certain circumstances, where lots have been mis-described, lots may be returned, within a four week period from the date of the auction, and a refund of the hammer price, buyer's premium and associated VAT made.


C. All conditions, warranties, terms, undertakings and obligations implied by statute, common law, custom, trade usage or otherwise (including, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, any express or implied condition, warranty or undertaking as to correspondence of the goods with any contract description given, merchantable quality or fitness for any particular purpose) are hereby wholly excluded. If the Buyer deals as a consumer as defined by Section 12 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 and the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contract Regulations 1994 the above provision shall not apply insofar as they purport to affect the Buyer's statutory rights under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended.

C. Jewellery: Historically many gem stones have been subject to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance. Treatments such as heat treatment, treatment with oils or resin, staining, irradiation or coating may have been used on most gem stones. Some treatments may be permanent whilst others may need special care or re-treatment over the years to retain their appearance. Prospective buyers should be aware that Rowley's pre-sale estimates assume that gem stones may have been subjected to such treatments.

D. Clocks & Watches: As is to be expected with clocks and watches, particularly those of some age, it is likely that they will have been repaired and parts may have been replaced. As stated above, all lots including those comprising clocks and watches are sold on an "as is" basis, subject to all faults, imperfections and errors of description. This means that no guarantee is given that any clock or watch works reliably, if at all.

9. Absentee Bids
All intending Buyers are advised to attend the auction. Where circumstances do not permit this, Rowley's will, if instructed in writing not less that 48 hours in advance of the auction, execute bids on behalf of intending buyers by Commission or Telephone but Rowley's it's employees or agents, will not be liable to the Buyer or the Seller for any neglect or default in so doing or for failure to do so. Any instructions so given shall be deemed to be irrevocable unless agreed otherwise by Rowley's at any time prior to the auction.

Commission bids will be dealt with in strict order of receipt. Therefore when two or more bids of the same amount for the same Lot are received, the first commission received shall be the Buyer if the bid is successful. Telephone lines for absentee bidders will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Rowley's also offer online bidding services via the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com and bidonthis.co.uk for bidders who cannot attend the sale but Rowley's, its employees or agents, will not be liable to the Buyer or the Seller for any neglect or default by either the-saleroom.com, invaluable.com or bidonthis.com.

10. Electrical and mechanical goods
A seller who consigns electrical and mechanical goods to Rowley's warrants and undertakes to Rowley's and to the Buyer that at the date on which the goods are consigned to Rowley's they are safe if used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obvious on external inspection which could be dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Rowley's , it's employees and agents, against any loss or damage suffered by any of them due to the breach of the above warranty and undertaking.

11. Photographs
The Buyer gives Rowley's the absolute right to use any photographs or illustrations of any Lots at any time and in any way at Rowley's discretion whether or not in connection with any auction. The copyright of all illustrations and written matter relating to Lots remains at all times the absolute property of Rowley's.

12. Buyer's VAT status
Where the Buyer is a VAT registered person or business then prior to the auction all relevant information regarding VAT status must be given to Rowley's which the Buyer warrants will be correct. Once a Lot has been purchased on the basis of this information no alteration affecting liability to VAT can be made.

13. Data Protection
Rowley's will use information provided by its clients or obtained by Rowley's relating to its clients for the provision of auction and art-related services, market and to manage and operate its business, or as required by law. Rowley's may wish to record and video images of you and or telephone conversations for security or legal reasons or as necessary to provide a higher quality of service. Clients agree that Rowley's may use any sensitive information that they supply to Rowley's. Unless permitted by law, Rowley's will not otherwise process sensitive personal data without express consent. By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, clients agree to the processing of their personal information.

14. Export licensing regulations
Buyers should always check whether an export licence is required before exporting certain items. For further information regarding export licences please contact: The Department of Culture, Media & Sports, 2-4 Cockspur Street, London, SW1Y 5DH. Telephone 0207 211 6200.

15. Artist Resale Rights Regulations 2006
On certain Lots, which will be marked "AR" in the Catalogue and which are sold for a Hammer Price (together with Buyer's Premium) of Euro 1,000 or greater (converted into currency of sale using the European Central Bank Reference rate prevailing on the date of the sale), an additional premium will be payable to Rowley's by the Buyer to cover our expenses relating to the payment of royalties under the Artist Resale Right Regulations 2006. For further information please consult a member of staff.


GENERAL CONDITIONS
1. Rowley's has absolute discretion to refuse any bid, to determine the advance of the bidding, to divide or split any Lot, to combine any amount of Lots and to cancel the sale without giving any reason and without previous notice.
2. Each Lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price put on it. Where there is no reserve price (but not otherwise) the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person who may be the auctioneer.
3. Rowley's disclaim responsibility for any default by the Seller for whom it acts as agent. Neither the seller nor any person in the employment of Rowley's makes or has the authority to make, any representation of fact nor to give any warranty.
4. Rowley's have the absolute right to refuse any person admission to its premises or attendance to its auctions.
5. These Conditions of Business are governed by and shall be construed in accordance with English law and all parties concerned hereby submit to the non exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
6. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the Seller and Buyer agree to be bound by these Conditions of Business or any other special condition of business. Rowley's hereby excludes itself from all liability, express or implied, in relation to such a sale, to the fullest extent permitted by law.
7. In these Conditions of Business and in any catalogue caused to be published by Rowley's the following words and expression have the following meanings:
A. "Rowley's" Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd.
B. "Lot" any items consigned to Rowley's with a view to being sold by auction by Rowley's, and in particular any item described against a Lot number in any catalogue.
C. "Hammer Price" the price at which a Lot is knocked down to a Buyer.
D. "Purchase Price" the Hammer Price plus premium, chargeable VAT and any additional charges and expenses due from a defaulting Buyer.
E. "Forgery" a Lot made or substantially made with the intention to deceive as to authorship, origin, age, date or period which is not show as such in the catalogue and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with catalogue description, the burden of proof of forgery upon the Buyer.
8. In accordance with long standing practice a work catalogued with the full name(s) or recognised designation of an artist (sculptor or author), without any qualifications is in our opinion a work by the artist (sculptor or author). In other instances the following expressions with the following meanings are used:

A. "Attributed to" In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist.
B. "Circle of ..." In our opinion a work from the period of the artist and showing his influence.
C. "Follower of…" In our opinion the work executed in the style of the artist.
D. "Manner of" In our opinion a work executed in the style of the artist but of a later date.
E. " After.." In our opinion a copy (of any date) after a work by the artist..
F. "School.." A work catalogued as 'School' accompanied by the name of a place or country and a date means that in our opinion the work was executed at that time and in the location, eg. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19th century).
G. "Signed/inscribed/dated.." In our opinion the work has been signed, dated or inscribed by the artist.
H. "Bears/with signature, inscription, date.." In our opinion the signature/inscription/date are not by the hand of the named artist.
I. "Surname only" In our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist..
J. "*" The symbol indicates that the conventional term in this glossary does not apply but in our opinion the work is by the artist named.
K. "?" The addition of a question mark (?) after any of the above cataloguing terms indicates an element of doubt.
L. All references to signatures, inscriptions and dates refer to the present state of the work, ie. As at the time of inspection of
the purpose of cataloguing .
M. All works are measure top to bottom first in all instances.


Collection/Delivery:
CLEARANCE OF LOTS
Lots purchased at one of our Antiques, Fine Art and Decorative Furnishings auctions can be cleared from Tattersall's sale ring on the day(s) of the sale or collected from our office premises at 8 Downham Road, Ely CB6 1AH from the Friday after the sale. Please note: No collections can made on the Thursday after a Fine Art and Antique sale. All lots included in 'Day One' of the auction will be removed from Tattersalls on the day of the sale, if you wish to arrange collection of lots from 'Day One' from Tattersalls please inform a member of staff. Unfortunately we have limited space at our Ely premises and are not able to store items. All items purchased MUST be collected within 14 days of the auction. In the event that items are not collected within 14 days they will be removed to offsite storage and a storage charge will be incurred. Items held in storage offsite can only be collected providing 3 days notice is given to Rowley's. Items will not be released until payment of all charges have been paid.


POSTAE AND PACKAGING:
We regret we do not provide any onsite packing services.

We recommend successful purchasers use the services of a reputable professional carrier for packing who will provide prompt quotations and collection from Rowley's for cartage to national and international locations. We recommend:

Jentel Packing
37 Websters Way, Rayleigh, Essex SS6 8JQ
Telephone: +44 (0)1268 776777
Email: sales@jentelpacking.co.uk
www.jentelpacking.co.uk

Mail Boxes Etc
23 King Street, Cambridge CB1 1AH
Email: info@mbecambridge.com
Telephone +44 (0) 1223 361601
www.mbe.co.uk/cambridge/auction/

Alban Shipping
Unit 4, Premier Business Park, Dencora Way, Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 3HP
Telphone + 44(0) 1582 493099
Fax: +44 (0) 1582 490147
www.albanshipping.co.uk

For local carriers please contact us for details.

Antiques, Fine Art and Decorative Furnishings (611 Lots)

by Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers

February 22, 2017, 10:00 AM GMT (in progress)

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Newmarket, United Kingdom

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A Derby porcelain figure of Doctor Syntax Modelled seated sketching, painte

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Description: A Derby porcelain figure of Doctor Syntax Modelled seated sketching, painted puce Stevenson & Hancock mark to base; together with an English porcelain figure of Punch, unmarked. 12 cm and 14 cm high respectively. (2)

Condition Report: The former cracked and lacking pencil top, head previously off and re-glued, minor losses to foliage. The latter, generally in good condition, expected wear, nibbles to base, slight rubbing to decoration, previously in half and re-glued.

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Two 18th century Worcester blue and white pickle dishes Each with trefoil m

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Description: Two 18th century Worcester blue and white pickle dishes Each with trefoil moulded pad feet and angular handle. Each 7 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Some fritting/small nibbles, some glaze wear/pitting, one with chips to feet, general wear.

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An 18th century Worcester blue and white tea bowl Transfer printed with flo

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: An 18th century Worcester blue and white tea bowl Transfer printed with flowers, the underside with crescent mark; together with two 18th century blue and white strainers, possibly Worcester; and a further 18th century blue and white saucer. The former 7.75 cm diameter. (4)

Condition Report: Some glaze wear/pitting, the saucer with some rim nibbles, one strainer with cracks and crazing, the other with cracks, chips and handle lacking, general wear.

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A 19th century ironstone vase and cover Decorated in the chinoiserie manner

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: A 19th century ironstone vase and cover Decorated in the chinoiserie manner with twin pierced dragon handles decorated with Chinese figures amongst floral sprays, the removable lid with entwined dolphin finial. 50 cm high.

Condition Report: Some crazing, some decoration wear/loss, some glaze wear/pitting.

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A 19th century Copeland Parian figure, The Veiled Bride, after Raffaelle Mo

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Description: A 19th century Copeland Parian figure, The Veiled Bride, after Raffaelle Monti Issued for the Crystal Palace Art Union of London 1861. 38 cm high.

Condition Report: Socle loose, inscription to underside at back rubbed, small crack to reverse, small crack to veil at right side of head, small stress crack to underside of socle, general wear.

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A pair of early 19th century Derby porcelain plates Centrally painted with

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: A pair of early 19th century Derby porcelain plates Centrally painted with exotic birds, probably by Richard Dobson, within scrolling gilt borders, red painted marks. 22.5 cm diameter. (2)

Condition Report: Both cracked, one with old stapled repair, one plate with rubbing/paint loss, the other with some rubbing, some crazing.

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An early 19th century Crown Derby porcelain twin handled urn Painted with a

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Description: An early 19th century Crown Derby porcelain twin handled urn Painted with a floral vignette within gilt scrolls on a blue ground, red painted mark. 28.5 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, some rubbing to decoration, chips to rim, probably previously with cover, some possible restorations/re-gilding to handles, nibbles to base.

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An early 19th century Crown Derby twin handled vase Decorated with a view o

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: An early 19th century Crown Derby twin handled vase Decorated with a view of Lincoln, opposing an Italianate landscape entitled Italian Banditti within gilt scrolls on a blue ground, the twin handles modelled as mythical beasts, red painted mark and titled to underside. 35 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, loss and restoration to handles, some slight rubbing to gilding and decoration, nibbles to base, possibly previously with cover.

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An Art pottery vase With drip glazed decoration, the underside indistinctly

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Description: An Art pottery vase With drip glazed decoration, the underside indistinctly signed. 21 cm high.

Condition Report: Some crazing, general wear.

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A Royal Worcester blush ivory lidded vase Of lobed form with floral decorat

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Description: A Royal Worcester blush ivory lidded vase Of lobed form with floral decoration. 17 cm high.

Condition Report: Some decoration wear/loss, restored section to one side, general wear.

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JENNY WINSTANLEY for Cat Pottery, North Walsham Rosemary Limited edition ar

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Description: JENNY WINSTANLEY for Cat Pottery, North Walsham Rosemary Limited edition articulated pottery cat; together with handmade accessories; and certificate of authenticity numbered 82 and dated 19.3.96. 45.5 long.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear.

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A pair of Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian pottery vases Each with allover str

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Description: A pair of Pilkingtons Royal Lancastrian pottery vases Each with allover streaky turquoise glaze, impressed mark to base, impressed model number 2369 and dated 1908. 22 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Both generally in good condition, expected wear.

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A pair of late 18th/early 19th century Staffordshire creamware twin handled

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A pair of late 18th/early 19th century Staffordshire creamware twin handled baskets and stands, probably Shorthose & Heath Each piece typically reticulated. The baskets 25.5 cm wide. (2)

Condition Report: Generally good condition, expected wear, one basket with hairline to handle, one stand with hairline, some minor nibbles to glaze, one handle damaged.

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An unusual English pottery mask jug The baluster body with applied decorati

Estimate: £50 - £100

Description: An unusual English pottery mask jug The baluster body with applied decoration and loop handle. 21.5 cm high overall.

Condition Report: Generally good condition, expected wear, two hairline cracks to handle.

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A late 18th century English pearlware plate Centrally decorated with a chin

Estimate: £50 - £100

Description: A late 18th century English pearlware plate Centrally decorated with a chinoiserie pagoda. 23.5 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally good condition, expected wear, some minor surface crazing, firing fault and associated loss.

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An 18th century blue and white porcelain butter/pickle dish, probably Worce

Estimate: £50 - £100

Description: An 18th century blue and white porcelain butter/pickle dish, probably Worcester Leaf moulded and decorated with floral sprays. 8.5 cm wide.

Condition Report: Cracked.

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A Minton Secessionist No. 8 twin handled vase, shape 3738 With typical tube

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Description: A Minton Secessionist No. 8 twin handled vase, shape 3738 With typical tube lined decoration, printed marks to base. 25 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, rim restored, one handle restored.

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A William Moorcroft pottery bowl Decorated with the Hibiscus pattern, signe

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Description: A William Moorcroft pottery bowl Decorated with the Hibiscus pattern, signed and impressed marks to base. 24 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear.

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A William Moorcroft pottery bowl Decorated with the Leaf and Berries patter

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Description: A William Moorcroft pottery bowl Decorated with the Leaf and Berries pattern, signed and impressed marks to base. 16 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear.

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A 19th century Crown Derby ten setting tea service Decorated in the Imari p

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Description: A 19th century Crown Derby ten setting tea service Decorated in the Imari palette, comprising: a teapot, a milk jug, a sucrier, bowl on stand and ten cups and saucers. The teapot 30 cm long.

Condition Report: Some gilt and paint wear/loss, one cup cracked with riveted repair, some crazing, some small hairline cracks, some glaze wear/pitting, the bowl stand with firing crack to foot rim, general wear, some elements numbered differently to underside.

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A Lowestoft porcelain saucer dish Decorated with birds amongst foliage in t

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Description: A Lowestoft porcelain saucer dish Decorated with birds amongst foliage in the Imari palette. 12 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Some minor decoration wear/loss, some minor fritting to top and base rims, general wear.

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A late 18th century Lowestoft blue and white tea bowl Decorated in the chin

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Description: A late 18th century Lowestoft blue and white tea bowl Decorated in the chinoiserie taste with pagodas amongst a landscape. 8 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Cracked, some fritting, glaze wear, general wear.

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A 19th century transfer printed porcelain punch bowl Decorated with a bust

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Description: A 19th century transfer printed porcelain punch bowl Decorated with a bust of William The Fourth, King of Great Britain and Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide. 30.5 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Some crazing, some fritting/glaze chipping, some star cracks, general wear.

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A Royal Doulton flambe dish Of shaped rounded rectangular form and decorate

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Description: A Royal Doulton flambe dish Of shaped rounded rectangular form and decorated with cottages before a river, the reverse signed Noke; together with two Royal Doulton flambe vases, one decorated with camels in a desert scene, the others horses at a river. The former 23.5 cm wide. (3)

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, some wear to foot rims, some glaze pitting, the latter with some loss to decoration around base of neck, general wear.

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A Victorian part dinner service by W Adams Tunstall Each piece decorated wi

Estimate: £80 - £120

Description: A Victorian part dinner service by W Adams Tunstall Each piece decorated with the Prince of Wales feathers, comprising: a meat plate, two large fish plates, two comports and two lidded tureens. The fish plates each 70.5 cm long.

Condition Report: Some decoration wear/loss, some chips and cracks, some staining, general wear.

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An early 19th century creamware teapot Moulded with classical figures and w

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: An early 19th century creamware teapot Moulded with classical figures and with figural finial. 12.5 cm high overall.

Condition Report: Restored, chipped, stained.

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An 18th century creamware sauce boat  Of silver form, standing on a spreadi

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Description: An 18th century creamware sauce boat Of silver form, standing on a spreading foot. 18.5 cm wide.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, chips and nibbles mainly to foot.

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An 18th century Worcester dish Of leaf form, decorated with gilt bordered f

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: An 18th century Worcester dish Of leaf form, decorated with gilt bordered foliate vignettes on a blue scale background, the underside with blue painted pseudo Chinese mark. 32 cm wide.

Condition Report: Some decoration wear/loss, some glaze wear/pitting, general wear.

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A second period Belleek Neptune part tea set Comprising: teapot and cover,

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Description: A second period Belleek Neptune part tea set Comprising: teapot and cover, cream jug and tea cup and saucer, typically moulded with green highlights, teapot, cream jug and saucer with black printed mark, the tea cup unmarked. The teapot 13 cm high.

Condition Report: All generally in good condition, expected wear.

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A second period Belleek Neptune tea set for two Comprising: teapot and cove

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Description: A second period Belleek Neptune tea set for two Comprising: teapot and cover, cream jug, sugar bowl and two tea cups and saucers, typically moulded with yellow highlights, the teapot, cream jug, tea cups and saucers with black printed mark, the sugar bowl unmarked. The teapot 12 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, one saucer with firing crack to rim, sugar bowl previously broken and re-glued.

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A second period Belleek Neptune tea cup and saucer Together with a second p

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Description: A second period Belleek Neptune tea cup and saucer Together with a second period Neptune shell dish; a third period flower moulded sugar bowl; a sixth period Neptune shell dish; and another smaller. The tea cup and saucer 5.5 cm high overall.

Condition Report: All generally in good condition, expected wear, sugar bowl cracked.

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An 18th/19th century stoneware bellarmine The neck with a grotesque mask ab

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Description: An 18th/19th century stoneware bellarmine The neck with a grotesque mask above the central crest; together with a Rhenish stoneware jug. The former 22.5 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Some chipping and glaze wear/loss, the latter with some small holes and large area of glaze restoration, general wear.

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Three 19th century Delft blue and white vases Each of bulbous rounded octag

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: Three 19th century Delft blue and white vases Each of bulbous rounded octagonal form decorated with houses amongst landscapes; together with another fluted octagonal example. The latter 22.5 cm high. (4)

Condition Report: Some chips and losses, glaze wear, general wear.

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A pair of faience blue and white wall pockets Each of folded cornucopia for

Estimate: £80 - £120

Description: A pair of faience blue and white wall pockets Each of folded cornucopia form decorated with floral sprays. Each 35 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Some glaze wear/pitting, some minor frititng/nibbles, general wear.

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An 18th century Delft blue and white bowl Of ribbed form, the exterior deco

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Description: An 18th century Delft blue and white bowl Of ribbed form, the exterior decorated in the Chinese manner, the interior typically decorated with floral sprays. 26 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Chips and cracks, glaze wear and losses, general wear.

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A Vienna porcelain cabinet cup, cover and saucer  The cup well painted with

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A Vienna porcelain cabinet cup, cover and saucer The cup well painted with the Seventh Labour of Hercules, capturing the Cretan Bull, blue painted beehive mark. 10 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, cover finial restored, cup handle restored, saucer with area of restoration.

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A small late 16th/early 17th century stoneware Bellarmine flagon Of typical

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A small late 16th/early 17th century stoneware Bellarmine flagon Of typical form with moulded mask, coat-of-arms and loop handle. 21 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, restored rim.

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A large Sevres style painted porcelain lamp Of tapering ovoid form, decorat

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Description: A large Sevres style painted porcelain lamp Of tapering ovoid form, decorated with a reclining female figure and cherubs, with metal fittings. 122 cm high overall.

Condition Report: Some crazing, bulb fittings slightly loose, some decoration/gilt wear/loss, some loose threads, general wear.

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An Iznik style pottery baluster vase Typically decorated, the spout formed

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Description: An Iznik style pottery baluster vase Typically decorated, the spout formed as opposing animal masks. 30 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, some firing faults/glaze chips, chips to rim.

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A Continental gilt metal mounted porcelain box and cover, possibly Samson O

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: A Continental gilt metal mounted porcelain box and cover, possibly Samson Of circular section, decorated in the Export palette, red painted mark to base. 13 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, bud finial lacking and with losses, some very slight rubbing.

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A 19th century unmarked porcelain desk stand, probably Paris Formed as a se

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: A 19th century unmarked porcelain desk stand, probably Paris Formed as a seashell with pink and gilt decorations, standing on a plinth base with scrolling paw feet. 19 cm wide.

Condition Report: Some gilt/paint wear/loss, some minor fritting, one foot cracked and repaired, general wear.

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An Iznik style pottery vase With elongated neck above the bulbous body deco

Estimate: £80 - £120

Description: An Iznik style pottery vase With elongated neck above the bulbous body decorated with fish and water fowl. 20 cm high.

Condition Report: Some chips, crazing, glaze wear and pitting, glaze anomaly to top section of neck, general wear.

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An antique Iznik style pottery vase Of ovoid form, decorated with bird and

Estimate: £80 - £120

Description: An antique Iznik style pottery vase Of ovoid form, decorated with bird and foliate filled vignettes. 21 cm high.

Condition Report: Chipping, crazing, glaze wear and glaze loss, general wear.

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Two porcelain drug jars, possibly Strasbourg Decorated in the chinoiserie m

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Description: Two porcelain drug jars, possibly Strasbourg Decorated in the chinoiserie manner, one inscribed U Vu Virides, the other Ung Napol. Each 26 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Some glaze wear, some paint wear/loss, general wear.

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Two ceramic drug jars, possibly Strasbourg Decorated in the chinoiserie man

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Description: Two ceramic drug jars, possibly Strasbourg Decorated in the chinoiserie manner, one inscribed Pulpe de Casses, the other Emplatre de Cigue. Each 27 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Some decoration wear/loss, some crazing, one with rim chip, some hairline cracks, general wear.

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A pair of 19th century Fischer Zsolnay Budapest vases Each with reticulated

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Description: A pair of 19th century Fischer Zsolnay Budapest vases Each with reticulated band and floral decorated, printed mark to base. 31 cm high. (2)

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, some slight rubbing.

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A Fischer Zsolnay Budapest centre vase With reticulated band and floral dec

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Description: A Fischer Zsolnay Budapest centre vase With reticulated band and floral decorated, printed mark to base, standing on a fruiting vine cast ormolu base with lion's paw feet. 30 cm high overall.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear, some slight rubbing.

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An antique blue and white Delft plate Decorated with vases issuing flowers

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: An antique blue and white Delft plate Decorated with vases issuing flowers in the Chinese style. 22.5 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally good condition, expected wear, chips and nibbles to rim, minor glaze faults.

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Three antique blue and white Delft plates Each decorated with floral sprays

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: Three antique blue and white Delft plates Each decorated with floral sprays, one with yellow painted rim. 23.5 cm diameter. (3)

Condition Report: All generally good condition, expected wear, chips and nibbles to rim, some minor glaze faults, remnants of old wax seals to verso.

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A Daniellot for Choisy-le-Roi charger Decorated with the profile of an anci

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Description: A Daniellot for Choisy-le-Roi charger Decorated with the profile of an ancient Greek lady. 37.5 cm diameter.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, some crazing, general wear.

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