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Lot Number: 677
A pair of hand painted porcelain panels depicting herons and lotus flowers among foliage, one signed WT, both inscribed verso 'Painted by W Thomas', each 29.5 x 15cm, framed (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 678
Two late 18th/early 19th century New Hall porcelain teapots, covers and stands, both painted with floral sprays, the first in puce and green with pattern no. 241 to bases, and the second in gold and blue with pattern no. 213 to bases, length of each teapot approx 25cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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The gold and blue teapot with firing crack to spout interior, two further presumably small firing flaws to upper section of handle joint and another to foot rim, rubbing to gilt on both pieces, surface scratches to dish, surface pitting, kiln dirt and other general wear present, the puce and green teapot with apparent glazing error to teapot rim interior, thin firing crack to upper section of spout joint and two handle joint lower section, further very minor presumed firing crack to rim rear section, otherwise some surface pitting, kiln dirt, various manufacturing imperfections, general light surface wear.

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Lot Number: 679
A late 18th/early 19th century New Hall porcelain teapot and cover with painted pink and red border above floral sprays and with pattern no. 94H to base, length approx 25cm, and a Flight Barr & Barr Worcester teapot, cover and saucer painted with purple floral sprays and gilt detail, with IV to teapot foot rim but otherwise unmarked.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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New Hall teapot with firing crack to inner rim interior, further minor firing crack, kiln dirt, manufacturing imperfections including to rim front left section, surface pitting, the Worcester with rubbing to the gilt work, small firing flaw to cover inner rim, teapot with surface pitting, manufacturing imperfections, some kiln dirt, some rubbing to the painted decoration, particularly to the lower section, saucer with similar wear to previously described, some surface scratches.

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Lot Number: 680
A 19th century oval porcelain plaque decorated with a scene of a stag beside two hounds, unsigned, indistinct inscription verso, 15 x 21cm, framed.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 681
An early 20th century Continental porcelain basket decorated with cherubic figures and applied floral encrusted motifs, marked to base, length 28cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

Several areas of losses to the encrusted floral motifs, rubbing to the blue paint highlighting the edges, an imperfection or traces of regluing to one wing of one of the cherubs and loss to the toe of the other figure.

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Lot Number: 682
A late 19th/early 20th century Continental gilt heightened vase, height 25cm, a matching smaller pair, two further vases and four figures (9).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

Small vase: one base completely smashed and staples, both small vases badly damaged and repaired, large vase equally badly damaged and restored, there are some losses to the figures.

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Lot Number: 683
A German porcelain figural and floral encrusted four branch candelabrum, the stem modelled as a cherub, bearing Sitzendorf mark to base, height 75cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Large crack to base, areas of restoration throughout, surface dirt etc.

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Lot Number: 684
A Wedgwood lustre dragon footed bowl, mark to base, number Z4829, diameter 19.5cm, and a Losel ware 'Shanghai' octagonal bowl (both af) (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Condition Report

The Wedgwood bowl has got a major crack running from the rim to the base, Losel ware with chips to the base rim and a chip to the upper rim with a major hairline spreading from it towards to the base.

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Lot Number: 685
Two Wedgwood rectangular plaques with classical figural scenes in relief, with impressed marks to reverses, the Venus and Cupid example 20.5 x 34.5cm (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 60

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Both with some small glaze chips, further scratches, both crazed throughout, nibbles particularly to corners and edges.

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Lot Number: 686
A Keith Murray for Wedgwood fluted vase, height 23.5cm (af), a large Radford jug and an HJ Wood Ltd Bursleigh mould decorated charger, diameter 41cm (3).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 50

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