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Lots 710 - 720 of 1871

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Lot Number: 710
A pair of Shaw & Sons ceramic cylindrical pharmaceutical jars with gilt heightened borders and painted in dark pink, with labels 'Rad Glycyrrh' and 'Amylum Pulv', one with impressed marks to base, height 30.5cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Both with extensive crazing throughout with areas of chips and losses to rims, one finial with loss, general surface wear and some dirt.

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Lot Number: 711
A group of ceramic pharmaceutical jars to include a set of three globular footed examples and with brass covers, height 21.5cm, a further matching set of four cylindrical examples, a larger pair, and another (12).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 712
A set of six Limoges Waring porcelain cylindrical pharmaceutical jars with conical covers, height 26cm (6).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number: 713
A circa 1900 Continental majolica glazed stick stand in the form of a stork, unmarked, height 94cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £150 - £200

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Condition Report

There is a small section missing to the stork's front right foot, overall the piece is very dirty and there is crazing throughout. Some old restoration throughout, noticeably to the lower half portion.

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Lot Number: 714
An English white glazed cream pail with moulded handles and lip and with transferred vignette depicting a landscape with cattle, unmarked, width 32cm, height 20cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Condition Report

There is extensive crazing to the glaze throughout with major areas of staining, surface dirt and minor wear, doesn't ring 'true', no areas of restoration visible under UV light.

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Lot Number: 715
A large Victorian stoneware wine barrel with applied moulded vines and grapes decoration and centred with royal coat of arms, height 36.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number: 716
A salt glazed stoneware flagon with stamp for 'B & W Wright Wine & Spirit Merchants Macclesfield', with manufacturer's stamp for Stephen Green's of Lambeth, height approx 50cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Condition Report

Lots of wear and tear with chips, cracks, etc.

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Lot Number: 717
A Ruskin pottery bowl with oatmeal and orange glaze on blue ground, with factory and further 1932 stamp to base, diameter 22.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £60 - £100

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Condition Report

Generally ok, some small marks and abrasions but no visible damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 718
A Burmantofts faience three panel jardinière with floral decoration, with factory stamp to base and further '1908' and '8740', height 19.5cm, internal diameter approx 22cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £80 - £120

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Condition Report

Nibbles to glaze at rim, small abrasions to body, crazing to glaze, some nibbles. Two sizeable chips to glaze at foot rim with further nibbles.

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Lot Number: 719
A group of Wedgwood blue jasperware items including a tapering rose bowl, a teapot, various trinket boxes and a jug, also a 19th century jasper dip electroplated mounted biscuit barrel with handle.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £50 - £80

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