An Erhard and Sohne silvered metal and burr wood casket, 5in., with key
Estimate: £500 - 800
A Liberty & Co. Tudric pewter and enamel timepiece, model no.0756, H. 10.5cm
Estimate: £600 - 800
Sold for £850
Ferdinand Preiss (1882-1943). A bronze and ivory figure Moor Girl, c.1930, 6.75in.
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £750
After Irénée Rochard (French 1906-1984). An Art Deco bronzed spelter model of a pheasant, length 21.5in.
Estimate: £200 - 300
After Maurice Guiraud-Rivière (French 1881-1947). A silvered spelter table lamp, height 21.5in.
Estimate: £300 - 500
Louis Henri Nicot (1878-1944). A bronze figure of a Flemish woman holding an umbrella, 16in.
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £1,000
Henri Le Vasseur (1853-1954). A bronze group of two labourers hauling on a rope, height 13in.
Sold for £550
Henri Pernot (1859-1937). A bronze bell, 7.5in.
Estimate: £300 - 400
Eugene Bernoud (19th C.). A bronze and ivory figure of La Liseuse, 10.25in.
After Auguste Moreau. A pair of bronzed pewter figural vases, 15in.
Sold for £700
A pair of large Masons Ironstone square baluster vases, c.1840-51, H. 55.5cm
Sold for £1,600
An Italian maiolica wet drug jar, 18th century H. 15.3cm and 26.5cm
A London or Wincanton octagonal delftware pill slab, mid 18th century 30cm x 24cm
Estimate: £2000 - 3000
Sold for £8,500
Lord Admiral Nelson. A commemorative Delftware punch bowl, 19th century, D. 30cm, splinter chip to edge
Sold for £320
A pair of Dutch delft blue and white drug jars, c.1800, H. 21.7cm
An early Worcester polychrome reeded heptafoil coffee cup, c.1754, h. 5.2cm
Estimate: £800 - 1200
Sold for £1,200
A rare Lowestoft porcelain figure of a seated tabby cat, c.1780, H. 6cm, ears restored
Sold for £2,600
A rare Lowestoft porcelain figure of a seated tabby cat, c.1780, H. 5.9cm, one ear restored, shallow chip to base
Sold for £2,400
A rare and early English porcelain figure of a lion, possibly Bow, c.1750, L. 20cm, repairs and black speckling to the glaze
Sold for £2,200
A rare Herculaneum porcelain botanical specimen part tea and coffee set, c.1810-15,
Estimate: £150 - 250
Sold for £420
An extensive Coalport dessert service, c.1825, 45 pieces including covers
Estimate: £500 - 700
Sold for £4,400
A Newhall porcelain Imari tea and coffee set, c.1815-20, (37)
Sold for £500
A Meissen group of a huntsman with hounds and prey, 19th century, H. 15.5cm, spear tip restored
An extensive Meissen dinner service, late 19th/early 20th century,
A set of twelve Meissen plates, late 19th century, diameter 24cm
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