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S2773: A nicely shaped New Hall plate with a fancy bow handle. Moulded flowers in white with a blue and gilt ground and painted to the centre with a scene “Dr Syntax loses his money on the race ground at York”.
Pattern 2623 Circa 1820 Diam. 8 1/2
Price Code: D

S2398: A fine Spode teapot and stand painted with a bright palette in the famille rose manner with ducks and flowers and with gilt decoration to edges,handle and spout.
Printed Spode mark. Pattern no. 2957
Circa 1820
Price Code: E

S2774: A richly decorated FBB Worcester breakfast cup and saucer with a gadrooned and gilt edge and featuring armorial crests representing two families.
Unmarked Circa 1815

Price Code: B

S2775: A richly decorated FBB Worcester small milk jug with a gadrooned and gilt edge and featuring armorial crests representing two families.
Unmarked Circa 1815 Height 5 1/2
Price code: B

S2788: A large bone china porcelain jug with six sides of an inverted baluster form with gilt edges and borders and painted with sprays of flowers to four panels.
“Presented to Baillie Darling as a small token of respect Kelso June 10th 1845” - 'bailie' being a Scottish word for a magistrate.
Unmarked Circa 1845 Height 8
Price Code: B

S2673 : A Brown Westhead Moore cup and saucer with fret cut and gilt border to the saucer and base of cup. The body on a blue ground with brightly coloured red, white and gilt flowers in the aesthetic style
Reg. mark 1875
Pattern C9447
Price Guide : B

S2791: A fine Derby plate with a gilt framed pale blue border and decorated to the centre with the “two quail “ pattern.
Impressed mark and printed mark. Also Tiffany & Co.
Circa 1880 Width 8 3/4

Price Code: B

S2635 : A Spode miniature jug brightly painted in polychrome with Chinese figures in a garden.
Spode pattern 3644
Circa 1820
Height 1 3/4”
Price Guide : A

A Brown- Westhead, Moore & Co. cup
S2674: A Brown- Westhead, Moore & Co. cup and saucer with a fancy gilt border containing 20 painted sprays of flowers and with a turquoise border around the well. The cup with a shaped rope twist handle.
Reg. mark 1868
Pattern C 8254
Price Guide : B

S2299 : A Worcester, Flight Barr & Barr, rare Etruscan shaped cup and saucer with an angular handle and beautifully painted with a Chinese garden scene.
Impressed FBB & crown
Circa 1820
Price Code: C 

S2639: A fine Spode miniature jug and basin in a decoratively octagonal shape. It has a claret coloured ground and has tooled gilt decoration of birds amongst foliage.
Spode 3993
Circa 1825
Width of bowl 2 1/4”
Price Guide : B

S2327: Spode vase with fine quality raised gilding of birds and foliage on a claret ground
Mark Spode Pattern 3993 
Circa 1825

Price Code: D

S2391: A Spode bone china bute shaped cup and saucer richly decorated with New Hall’s pattern number 556.
The saucer base having a family crest.
Unmarked Circa 1820
Price Code: B

S2206: A fine pair of Minton plates with moulded borders in green and gilt surrounding small vignettes of flowers. the centre delightfully painted with flowers and fruit by Thomas Steele.
Unmarked Circa 1830 Width 9"
Price Code: F

S2641: A handsome FB&B cup and saucer with eight apricot and gilt lines panels dividing eight different sprays of flowers. The cup with a London type handle.
Circa 1820
Price Guide : B

S2395: A rare Chamberlains cup and saucer unusually decorated with a bands of yellow and pink grounds divided by gilt bands and painted with fancy birds probably by Dr. Davis
Unmarked Circa 1795

Price Code: F

S2388: A very fine Minton cup and saucer. The saucer with a deep blue ground and the well and border with tooled gilt decoration. The cup similarly decorated and fully gilt to the inside.
The is a a family crest to the cup of an eagle with a sprig of myrtle.
Minton crown & globe mark
Pattern no. G 4056 Circa 1880
Price Code: D

S2390: A garniture of three Spode trumpet shaped vases with the very decorative pattern number 868. Flared and beaded lip and foot.
Heights 4 1/2” and 6 1/4”
Spode Circa 1810
Price Code: F

S2435: A fine Swansea porcelain cup and saucer with Paris fluted moulding and a high curved loop handle with a gilt border.
Swansea mark in red
Circa 1815
Price Code: D

S2689: A fine pair of Spode vases, listed in Spode's shape book as Fish Handled Beakers. Decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground
Spode Pattern 3993 Circa 1826
Height 7”
Price Guide :D

S2742: A Spode enveloped shape armorial plate with a moulded white floral border on an orange ground.The arms are for The Duke and Marquess Hamilton,Marquess of Douglas and Clydesdale,earl of Angus,Duke of Brandon and Baron of Dutton 7 Duke of Chatelherault.
Circa 1820
diam. 9”
Price Guide : B

S2690: A fine Spode perfume bottle listed in Spode's shape book as New Shape Lizard Bottle decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground.
Spode Pattern 3993
Circa 1825
Height 4"
Price Guide : C

S2691: A S2691: Spode Incense Burner decorated with tooled gilt birds and foliage on a crimson ground.
Spode pattern 3993
Circa 1825
Height 4 1/2”
Price Guide : B

A S2710: Spode beaded matchpot decorated in the popular 1166 pattern.
Spode in red and pattern No. 1166
Circa 1810
Height 4 1/4"

Price Guide : C

S2727:  A rare Copeland plate in the Chelsea silver shape form and painted to the centre with a scene from Aesops fables  of the Fox & Grapes.
Copeland mark 
Circa  1860
Diam. 9"
price Guide : B

S2713: A fine Graingers Worcester trio bearing the arms and motto for the Anketells. The motto “vade ad formic an” . William Anketell, of Anketell Grove, County Monaghan, Ireland, was the son of Lt.-Col. Matthew Anketell and Mary Norris. He married Sarah Maxwell, daughter of Lt.-Col. John Charles Frederick Waring Maxwell, on 23 June 1809. On 20 November 1828, he became the head of the Ancketill/Anketell family, succeeding his uncle, Charles Anketell. He held various offices of High Sheriff in 1830, Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.), and Justice of the Peace (J.P.).
Circa 1850
Printed mark
Price Guide : B

S2798: A Minton plate with a reticulated gilt and silvered border .The deep blue ground colour painted in gilt and silver ( platinum) with leaves ,berries and insects.
Retailed for Mortlocks
Circa 1875 Diam 9 1/2”
Price Code : B

S2811: A rare Derby plate decorated in the famille verte palette with birds in a garden and a fir tree to the centre and with a green border containing Ho-Ho birds
Baton & Crown mark Diam 10 “ Circa 1810
See a Worcester example in the C 18 th polychrome porcelain section
Price Code : C

S2812: A Maws invalid feeding cup which is spirally fluted with alternating flutes of blue and gilt and white and gilt.
Impressed mark MAWS Circa 1890
Price Code : A


S2823:  A New Hall tea bowl & saucer painted with a basket of flowers to the saucer and base of the tea bowl and with dot and line border and floral sprigs
Pattern No 171 Circa 1805
Price Code A

S2828: A fine quality Brown -Westhead Moore cup and saucer with gilt rims and the interesting twisted rope handle and painted with vine branches , leaves and bunches of grapes.
Registration lozenge foe 1868
Pattern number C 6114
Price Code : A


S2792: A Spode lizard shaped perfume bottle and stopper painted in an Imari stlyed pattern.
Spode and pattern No 1645
Circa 1820 Height 4 1/4”
Price Code : C


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