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Auction Description for Canterbury: Fine Art and Antiques
Auction Description:
Fine Art and Antiques
Viewing Notes:
25th February 2pm to 5pm. 26th February 10am to 7pm. Day of sale 8.30am to 10am.
Sale Notes:
www.thecanterburyauctiongalleries.com

Fine Art and Antiques

(588 Lots)

by Canterbury Auction Galleries


588 lots

February 27, 2007

40 Station Road West

Canterbury, CT2 8AN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1227 763337

Fax: +44 (0)1227 456770

Email: general@tcag.co.uk

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Description: A Minton majolica figural teapot modelled in the form of a vulture attacking a snake, on rocky pattern base, 8ins high (impressed factory mark to base, No. 1851, and date code for 1878 - handle broken and restuck) Illustrated on Back Cover

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Description: A 19th Century majolica jardiniere in the 'Minton' manner, the urn shaped body partly spiral reeded and decorated in royal blue, the rim moulded with lions masks, oak leaves and oak leaf swags, with two putti pattern handles, conforming rim and base, 9ins diameter x 10. 75ins high (unmarked - rim chipped and body cracked) Illustrated

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Description: A Royal Copenhagen green celadon glazed porcelain mask of 'Medusa', modelled by Hans Hansen (1894-1965), 10.75ins high (printed mark in blue to base with monogram 'HH' and No. 2950) Illustrated

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Description: A late 19th Century Minton majolica leaf pattern nut dish modelled with the seated figure of a squirrel holding a nut, 10.25ins x 7.5ins (impressed No. 1522 and factory mark to base - date code for 1869 - ears chipped)

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Description: A 19th Century Staffordshire pottery Toby jug modelled in the form of a seated Toby with a jug on his knee and wearing pink coat and yellow breeches, 9.75ins high (hat restored), and one other Staffordshire pottery standing figure of 'Benjamin Disraeli', 6.5ins high

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