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Lot Number: 252
ROYAL WORCESTER; an early 20th century hand painted and gilt heightened baluster vase, with flared rim and twin scrolling handles, the central panel painted with peacocks perched on a pine branch signed 'C V White', set between foliate scroll relief decorated shoulders and base, printed and painted marks to base, height 26.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Surface dirt particularly to areas of relief, some areas of light rubbing to gilding and paintwork throughout. Shipping to New Zealand would cost 192, there are other couriers recommended on our website and can be found http://www.adampartridge.co.uk/postage.php

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Lot Number: 253
ROYAL WORCESTER; a large blush ivory porcelain semi globular vase painted with floral motifs and with gilt heightened floral border, on similarly decorated conical detachable stand on three paw supports and tripartite base, the upper part with Maple & Co of London gilt metal mounts (screw cover missing), both pieces marked in puce to bases, model 1590, date codes for 1892 and 1894, total height 43.5cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 100 - 200

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The rim of the vase with two chips to the mould rope twist lower rim, tarnish to the rim mounts, the stand: one part has a severe hairline crack running on each side (from top to base) the same part with chip to the front edge, another part of the base with hairline to underneath spreading from a firing imperfection spreading to one of the sides, the drop underneath the bowl has been broken off and crudely re-glued, the two major chips to the insides top rim, two further chips to outside and a loss to tip of the foliate scroll decoration directly beneath the rim, both pieces with traces of general wear such as rubbing to the gilt, minor surface wear, the leg attached to the part with extensive hairline running from top to base has been also broken off and professionally restored in the area of upper part of the acanthus leaf.

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Lot Number: 254
SEVRES; a pair of painted porcelain gilt metal mounted late 19th century cassolettes, each with gilt metal finial above pale pink neck and foot and main section pained with two classical young ladies and cherubs, one signed Demichel Sevres, indistinct Sevres marks visible to base, height 35.5cm (both af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Casolette with lady in blue dress; the cover is very badly damaged, poorly restored, glued, etc, surface scratches to the paintwork throughout, there is a restored chip to the upper section of the main body, rubbing to the gilding, two small chips to the socle base, tarnishing to the gilt work throughout. The second casolette; the lid is restored in two sections and also badly chipped, the top section is compressed so now the metal rim is at an angle, this is above a large chip with section missing to the pink rim, surface scratches throughout, again rubbing to the gilding.

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Lot Number: 255
MEISSEN; an early 20th century floral encrusted and gilt heightened cup and saucer, with hand painted floral decoration and each raised on six supports, each with crossed swords mark to base, diameter of saucer 10cm (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Losses to encrusted flowers, rubbing to gilt, chip to one cup support.

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Lot Number: 256
A large Continental porcelain circular charger painted with Alpine scene with castle to the foreground within gilt moulded border, impressed '1044' and handwritten '1947' to the base, diameter 55.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Rubbing to the gilding on the mould border, surface dirt, otherwise with no obvious traces of damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 257
A Victorian twin handled toilet jug and bowl, both with foliate decoration and impressed registration no. 172273 to bases (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 40

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General wear commensurate with age and use throughout, scratches to the glaze, rubbing to decoration, etc.

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Lot Number: 258
A pair of 18th century creamware plates with crimped rims, painted foliate detail and central armorials, possibly for House of Brydges Dukes of Chandos, each bearing various labels to base, diameter of each approx 25.3cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 150 - 200

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Some staining and pitting to both plates, light surface scratches, some fritting to base rims, otherwise okay.

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Lot Number: 259
A group of 18th century English porcelain comprising two saucers painted with chinoiserie figural scenes and matching tea bowl, three further saucers including matching pair and pair of tea bowls with transferred underglaze blue decoration, some possibly Liverpool, also three pieces of Royal Crown Derby Imari ware comprising lidded sugar bowl, cream jug and square dish.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Usual manufacturing imperfections of the period throughout, general wear commensurate with age including glaze scratches, rubbing to the detail of the painted chinoiserie examples, firing cracks, kiln dirt, one of the chinoiserie saucers with hairline, the chinoiserie decorated tea bowl with some small chips/nibbles to rim, rubbing to the gilt painted detail of the Royal Crown Derby examples including dirt and discolouration.

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Lot Number: 260
Two pot lids featuring bears (one af), another featuring wolf and ram titled 'The Snow Drift', a hunting scene example and two further featuring dogs (one af), all in wooden frames (6).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 50

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The smaller bear example with chip and loss lower left, the dog example featuring just the two dogs with area of damage and loss to one of the dogs faces and further beneath his paws, all crazed and with usual manufacturing imperfections, all with wear commensurate with age.

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Lot Number: 261
A collection of pot lids with titled examples including 'Shrimping Pegwell Bay' and various further including a fishing scene, various interior scenes etc (one af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number 261
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One featuring husband and wife with dog and dead fowl badly broken, one featuring rural scene and donkey with a broken frame, all worn to varying degrees commensurate with age.

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