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Auction Description for Dreweatts: Glass and Ceramics, Works of Art, Silver, Jewellery, Medals, Fine Art
Auction Description:
Glass and Ceramics, Works of Art, Silver, Jewellery, Medals, Fine Art
Viewing Notes:
27th Oct 9am - 12.30pm. 29th Oct 9.30am - 7pm. 30th Oct 9.30am - 4.30pm.
Sale Notes:
Lots 1 - 546 and Lots 601 - 999 will be sold concurrently starting at 10am.

Glass and Ceramics, Works of Art, Silver, Jewellery, Medals, Fine Art

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury


917 lots | 547 with images

October 31, 2001

Donnington Priory

Donnington

Newbury, RG14 2JE United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1635 553553

Fax: +44 (0)1635 553599

Email: donnington@dnfa.com

A Bow sparrow-beak jug of baluster form, moulded with prunus and painted in the Kakiemon style with scattered floral sprays, height 7.5cm (4in), circa 1755 (some stains and chips) (see illustration)

Lot 1: A Bow sparrow-beak jug of baluster form, moulded with prunus and painted in the Kakiemon style with scattered floral sprays, height 7.5cm (4in), circa 1755 (some stains and chips) (see illustration)

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Description: A Bow sparrow-beak jug of baluster form, moulded with prunus and painted in the Kakiemon style with scattered floral sprays, height 7.5cm (4in), circa 1755 (some stains and chips) (see illustration)

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A Bow tripartite shell salt or sweetmeat, the deeply moulded shells supported on a rockwork base applied with shells and seaweed, paintedin shades of puce, green, ochre and pale-blue with sprays of flowers,diameter 20cm (8in), circa 1760 (restored);

Lot 2: A Bow tripartite shell salt or sweetmeat, the deeply moulded shells supported on a rockwork base applied with shells and seaweed, paintedin shades of puce, green, ochre and pale-blue with sprays of flowers,diameter 20cm (8in), circa 1760 (restored);

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Description: A Bow tripartite shell salt or sweetmeat, the deeply moulded shells supported on a rockwork base applied with shells and seaweed, paintedin shades of puce, green, ochre and pale-blue with sprays of flowers,diameter 20cm (8in), circa 1760 (restored); and a Dresden double salt,width 16cm (6.25in), late 19th century (restored) (see illustration)

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A Chelsea shaped oval plate, painted in coloured enamels with scattered bouquets of flowers and insects, the border with four puce-scroll cartouche of birds, width 33cm (13in), red anchor mark, circa 1756 (restored rim section) (see illustration)

Lot 3: A Chelsea shaped oval plate, painted in coloured enamels with scattered bouquets of flowers and insects, the border with four puce-scroll cartouche of birds, width 33cm (13in), red anchor mark, circa 1756 (restored rim section) (see illustration)

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Description: A Chelsea shaped oval plate, painted in coloured enamels with scattered bouquets of flowers and insects, the border with four puce-scroll cartouche of birds, width 33cm (13in), red anchor mark, circa 1756 (restored rim section) (see illustration)

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Lot 4: A Chelsea ozier-moulded two-handled oval basket, painted with spraysof flowers, width 20cm (8in), circa 1756 (in half and restored)

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Description: A Chelsea ozier-moulded two-handled oval basket, painted with spraysof flowers, width 20cm (8in), circa 1756 (in half and restored)

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A pair of Derby kidney-shaped dishes, the centres painted with a rose sprig, probably by William Billingsley, within a pale-green bandborder with gilt-line rims, width 25cm (9.75in), puce mark and no. 232, circa 1795 (slight wear to rims) (see

Lot 5: A pair of Derby kidney-shaped dishes, the centres painted with a rose sprig, probably by William Billingsley, within a pale-green bandborder with gilt-line rims, width 25cm (9.75in), puce mark and no. 232, circa 1795 (slight wear to rims) (see

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Description: A pair of Derby kidney-shaped dishes, the centres painted with a rose sprig, probably by William Billingsley, within a pale-green bandborder with gilt-line rims, width 25cm (9.75in), puce mark and no. 232, circa 1795 (slight wear to rims) (see illustration)

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