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Lot Number: 377
A circa 1900 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: 300 - 500

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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: 378
A rare late 19th century cream ware butter stand, inscribed 'Pure Butter' to the rim, diameter 41.5cm and another similar example inscribed 'Butter', diameter 41.5cm (2) (both af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 50 - 70

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Lot Number: 379
An unusual pair of 19th century treacle glazed bird whistles, each with large central bird upon a cross branch with two further birds to the edges, unmarked, height 25.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Both are extensively restored.

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Lot Number: 380
A circa 1900 Continental majolica glazed stick stand in the form of a stork, unmarked, height 94cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 200 - 300

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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: 381
An Art Nouveau style blue and white porcelain circular dish with trilobed centre within cherubic moulded border, unmarked, diameter 40cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Condition Report

Areas of manufacturing imperfections to the top, large areas of crazing to the glaze throughout, wear to base. No obvious traces of damage or restoration.

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Lot Number: 382
A pair of late 19th century Continental gilt metal mounted and gilt heightened porcelain urns, each surmounted with a winged cherubic bust above mask drops, front vignette panel depicting figures in a landscape within a 'jewelled' border, with floral painted panel to the reverse, on a stepped square section base with paw feet, height 34cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Condition Report

One of the ring drops is missing, some light surface scratches and some losses to the gilding and jewelling. One also has signs of extensive and poor restoration.

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Lot Number: 383
A late 19th century blue jasper dip circular cheese dome decorated with mythological figures in a landscape and acorn bands, diameter 27.5cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 20 - 30

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Lot Number: 384
A Buckley Ware tobacco pot and cover, inscribed 'Mrs Forester, Boot Hotel, Northop, 1902', mounted on the matching spittoon, overall height when placed on spittoon 26cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 385
A late 18th century Derby porcelain shaped circular cabinet plate painted with urn to the centre within border of floral garlands and gilt heightened rim, marked in gilt to the base, diameter 22cm
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 100 - 150

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Condition Report

Generally appears to be in good condition with no obvious traces of restoration, heavy surface wear particularly to the top (scratches), areas of rubbing and minor areas of flaking to the paint, numerous areas of fritting and some chips to the edge of the rim, a chip to the foot and several firing imperfections, also one running through the mark.

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Lot Number: 386
A late 19th/early 20th century Vienna porcelain cabinet plate, painted with a young girl holding a chamberstick, signed C Heer, within ornamental gilt border, marked and inscribed 'Lisette' to the base, with two old labels, diameter 25.5cm.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Areas of mild tarnish to the gilt border with odd areas of losses to applied bead decoration, some minor surface wear particularly to the edge of the base, an area of staining underneath the rim, otherwise appears good with no further obvious faults, damage or restoration.

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