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Lots 300 - 310 of 1789

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Lot Number: 295
CLARICE CLIFF; a Newport & Wilkinson pottery dinner service decorated with pink flowers on a cream ground with green and silver lustre bands to the rims comprising two tureens and covers, three graduated oval plates, six large plates, six smaller plates and six fish plates, five saucers, four twin handled soup bowls and a jug.
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 296
CLARICE CLIFF; a water jug of rounded ovoid form decorated with green concentric bands to crimped rim and base and central flower motif against 'Honeyglaze' ground, black Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery, A.J. Wilkinson and Royal Staffordshire Pottery marks to base, height 18.4cm.
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number 296
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Manufacturing faults cracks to handle joints, further glaze imperfections to middle right handle and centre spout, crazing and surface dirt throughout, no other signs of major damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 297
CLARICE CLIFF; three 'Crocus' Bizarre pieces comprising a cream jug, height 8.5cm, honey pot, height 7.5cm, tea bowl, diameter 8cm, with black Bizarre Wilkinson (x 2), and Newport (x 1) backstamps to bases, a further Bizarre coffee cup, height 7cm, and an additional 'Crocus' pattern bowl with green Newport backstamp and impressed no.149 to base (lacking pattern name stamp), diameter 19.4cm (5).
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £100 - £150

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Lot Number 297
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Coffee cup with vertical hairline from rim to base, larger bowl with hairline from rim to orange banding base, cream jug with two chips to foot ring, tea bowl with hairline from rim to approximate mid point of bowl, crazing, manufacturing imperfections, surface wear, scratches and dirt throughout.

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Lot Number: 298
SHELLEY; a six setting floral decorated part tea service comprising circular sandwich plate, six cups, six saucers, side plates and four pieces of Maling.
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £60 - £80

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Lot Number 298
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Two cups cracked, light surface wear. The Maling bowl is badly damaged.

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Lot Number: 299
SHELLEY; a 'Blue Iris' pattern part dinner service comprising two square section tureens and covers, a set of three graduated shaped meat plates, six dinner plates, six fish plates and four side plate, each with printed marks, length of largest meat plate 46cm (21).
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Knife marks and some very light staining. Surface scratches. Two plates chipped, one plate cracked.

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Lot Number: 300
SHELLEY; a quantity of Bridal Rose/Rose Spray 13545 tea ware comprising five tea cups, six saucers, six side plates and a serving dish (18).
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number 300
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Condition Report

Surface scratches to white glaze and wear to painted decoration throughout, minor pitting and other manufacturing imperfections throughout, two tea cups with hairline cracks to minor and one from rim to approximately three quarters of the way down of the cup, another with minor crack to glaze, viewing is recommended.

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Lot Number: 301
SHELLEY; an 'Evergreen' 13892 tea set comprising bread and butter plate, jug, bowl, six cups, saucers and side plates, each with printed marks to base.
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 302
ROYAL LANCASTRIAN; a blue flambé glazed pear shaped vase, impressed marks to base, no. 2113, height 26cm and a mottled orange glazed example with mould leaf decoration (2).
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £80 - £120

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Lot Number 302
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Condition Report

The blue vase with crazing to the glaze throughout and four areas of major cracks, with few nibbles/firing imperfections to rim of the base, rings dull, the orange vase with minor chip to the glaze on the rim of the base and with odd areas of firing imperfections to include a larger bubble lesion.

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Lot Number: 303
A chrome mounted bowl in Celtic Harvest pattern, diameter 22cm, a further bowl in the same pattern with a chrome lid, both stamped to base Barbola, also a Susie Cooper jug with abstract foliate pattern, signed to base and dated 1932, height 17cm and a Susie Cooper pin dish with orange centre with stamped mark to base (4).
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number 303
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Condition Report

Considerable surface dirt, the Susie Cooper jug has abrasions to the inner rim probably from being used as a vase? The Celtic Harvest bowls have some minor abrasions to the paint commensurate with age and slight crazing to the glaze throughout, the chrome lid is pitted, the Susie Cooper pin dish has crazing to the glaze and slight abrasions.

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Lot Number: 304
CHARLES CATTEAU FOR KERAMIS; an early 20th century Belgian stoneware 'La Maitrise' vase of ovoid form, model no.D.896, decorated in blue, black, turquoise and green enamels with stylised repeated deer and bird amongst foliage to central section between chevron borders to rim and base against crackled white ground, black printed factory marks and impressed no.1263 to base, height 16cm.
Category: Decorative Arts
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number 304
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Condition Report

Hairline crack to rim interior which spreads approximately 4cm downwards. Manufacturing imperfections with minor pitting, uneven glazing, kiln dirt etc. Crazing throughout.

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