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528 lots

November 30, 1999

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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Lot 1: A Minton maiolica oval two handled "lobster" tureen and cover, the grey mottled glazed body moulded in relief with seaweed and various shells, the lid modelled in relief with a lobster, with twin shell pattern handles, 13.5ins x 7.5ins x 5.25ins high

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Description: A Minton maiolica oval two handled "lobster" tureen and cover, the grey mottled glazed body moulded in relief with seaweed and various shells, the lid modelled in relief with a lobster, with twin shell pattern handles, 13.5ins x 7.5ins x 5.25ins high (the base with impressed mark No.1523 and with date code for June 1870 and with raised registration diamond shaped mark for September 1869 - slight chipping to handles and with two flakes from lobster's claws) Illustrated on Back Cover

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Lot 2: A Minton maiolica oval two handled game pie dish and cover, with plain liner, the whole of cream glazed basket pattern within mottled grey borders, the lid moulded in relief with a sleeping gundog, gun, powder flask, and game bag, the sides modelled

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Description: A Minton maiolica oval two handled game pie dish and cover, with plain liner, the whole of cream glazed basket pattern within mottled grey borders, the lid moulded in relief with a sleeping gundog, gun, powder flask, and game bag, the sides modelled in relief with a running hare and a pheasant and holly leaves, rustic pattern handles and on paw pattern feet, 14ins x 7.75ins x 8.25ins high (the base with impressed mark No. 964 and with date code for 1866 - crack to body around the handle extending approximately 6ins) Illustrated on Back Cover

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Lot 3: A 19th Century Parian ware figure of Miranda, lightly draped and seated on a rocky outcrop with shell at her feet, 16ins high (arm repaired) Illustrated

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Description: A 19th Century Parian ware figure of Miranda, lightly draped and seated on a rocky outcrop with shell at her feet, 16ins high (arm repaired) Illustrated

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Lot 4: A Worcester porcelain blue and white "Cabbage Leaf" pattern jug with moulded mask pattern spout, and double scroll handle, the whole printed in blue with "Parrot pecking fruit" pattern, 8.5ins high ( Crescent pattern mark to base in underglaze blue -

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Description: A Worcester porcelain blue and white "Cabbage Leaf" pattern jug with moulded mask pattern spout, and double scroll handle, the whole printed in blue with "Parrot pecking fruit" pattern, 8.5ins high ( Crescent pattern mark to base in underglaze blue - Circa 1770 Illustrated

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Lot 5: A Lowestoft porcelain blue and white teapot of spherical form, the domed lid with turned finial and with plain C scroll handle, painted with a pavilion and fence by a lake, 5.25ins high (cover damaged Circa 1770 Illustrated

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Description: A Lowestoft porcelain blue and white teapot of spherical form, the domed lid with turned finial and with plain C scroll handle, painted with a pavilion and fence by a lake, 5.25ins high (cover damaged Circa 1770 Illustrated

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