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The Country House Sale On 27/05/2022

The Country House Sale

27/05/2022

An impressive selection of silver, glass, ceramics, fine furniture including Yorkshire Oak, clocks and interiors - and so much more goes under the hammer on the morning of 27th May. Highlights include a collection accumulated by The Feversham Family (including many pieces of silver), a collection of Japanese bronze animals, and a special mid 19th century continental gold box with a miniature portrait of Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie inset in its hinged cover (lot 6025).

Lot 6000

Suite of George IV silver fiddle, thread and shell cutlery comprising eighteen table forks, eighteen...

Suite of George IV silver fiddle, thread and shell cutlery comprising eighteen table forks, eighteen tablespoons, eighteen dessert spoons, nineteen dessert forks, eighteen teaspoons, two egg spoons and two salt spoons, London 1826 Maker W E, possibly William Eley. Three of the dessert spoons, thirteen teaspoons, two egg spoons and a salt spoon are London 1841 Maker George Angell 195oz. All with the Feversham crest and probably supplied to 1st Baron Feversham (1764-1841)

1

SOLD £3600

Lot 6001

Suite of 19th century Kings Husk pattern silver cutlery comprising twelve dessert spoons, twelve des...

Suite of 19th century Kings Husk pattern silver cutlery comprising twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve tablespoons, sixteen table forks, ten teaspoons, soup ladle, fish slice and a pair of sauce ladles, various dates London 1836-1851 Maker George Angell but six table forks by different makers 175oz. All with the Feversham crest and probably supplied to the 2nd Baron Feversham (1798-1867)

NS

Lot Unsold

Lot 6002

George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, f...

George III silver gilt fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert service comprising fourteen forks, fourteen spoons, fourteen knives with silver gilt blades and a pair of ice spades, with Feversham crest, in a fitted mahogany box with brass name plate inscribed C Duncombe Esq (d1841), later First Baron Feversham, the inside of the lid with the trade label of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London. The silver is hallmarked for London 1809/10/11, maker William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner. The knife handles are London 1810 and the blades 1815, all by Moses Brent. 69oz excluding knives

B12048

SOLD £1135

Lot 6003

Suite of silver rat tail cutlery for six covers comprising six table forks, six dessert forks, six d...

Suite of silver rat tail cutlery for six covers comprising six table forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, six table knives and six dessert knives Sheffield 1966 Maker Cooper Bros. & Son and a tablespoon Sheffield 1955 Maker Garrard & Co 33.8oz

10059

SOLD £440

Lot 6004

Ten George III silver fiddle and thread pattern table forks London 1803, four matching forks London ...

Ten George III silver fiddle and thread pattern table forks London 1803, four matching forks London 1804 and a single matching fork 1808 all by William Eley and William Fearn and engraved to the reverse with the Feversham crest 37.5oz (15) Provenance: 2nd Baron Feversham

B20668

SOLD £450

Lot 6005

Nine George III silver fiddle and thread pattern tablespoons engraved with the Feversham crest Londo...

Nine George III silver fiddle and thread pattern tablespoons engraved with the Feversham crest London 1819 Maker William Eley and William Fearn, three matching spoons London 1808 and a single spoon 1814 by Eley, Fearn and Chawner, all engraved with the Feversham crest 35oz (13) Provenance: 2nd Baron Feversham

10004

SOLD £440

Lot 6006

Twenty three Victorian Kings pattern silver handled table knives London 1841 with replacement blades...

Twenty three Victorian Kings pattern silver handled table knives London 1841 with replacement blades and a matching bread knife Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

NS

Lot Unsold

Lot 6007

Set of twenty four Victorian silver handled thread and shell pattern table knives with replacement b...

Set of twenty four Victorian silver handled thread and shell pattern table knives with replacement blades, London 1851 maker George Angell (24)

NS

Lot Unsold

Lot 6008

Set of twelve George IV dessert knives with silver thread and shell pattern handles and silver blade...

Set of twelve George IV dessert knives with silver thread and shell pattern handles and silver blades London 1825, three silver bladed and handled fish knives and two silver handled dessert knives Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

B39682

SOLD £150

Lot 6009

Set of eighteen Victorian dessert knives with silver gilt blades and banded agate handles L21.5cm Lo...

Set of eighteen Victorian dessert knives with silver gilt blades and banded agate handles L21.5cm London 1863/7 Maker George Angell, some repairs Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

9231

SOLD £220

Lot 6010

Victorian silver coffee pot of fluted tapering design, the domed cover with a floral lift, leaf capp...

Victorian silver coffee pot of fluted tapering design, the domed cover with a floral lift, leaf capped handle and spout and on a spreading foot, engraved with a crest H24cm London 1844 Maker Richard Sibley retailed by Makepeace, London 28.7oz Provenance: 2nd Baron Feversham

6015

SOLD £380

Lot 6011

George III silver oval cream jug with engraved vacant cartouche and trailing foliate border with ree...

George III silver oval cream jug with engraved vacant cartouche and trailing foliate border with reeded handle London 1802 Maker George Smith and Thomas Hayter 4oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham:

6015

SOLD £190

Lot 6012

George III silver gilt sauce boat of oval design with two bead edge handles and with later applied c...

George III silver gilt sauce boat of oval design with two bead edge handles and with later applied cast decoration of angels, masks, flowers and foliage on a pedestal foot L23cm London 1783 Maker Thomas Chawner 20.6oz. Provenance: Sotheby's sale of the contents of Easton Neston on behalf of the Hesketh family. May 17th 2005 Lot 909

1

SOLD £460

Lot 6013

Victorian silver gilt oval basket with pierced and reeded sides 26cm x 23cm x 7cm London 1870 Maker ...

Victorian silver gilt oval basket with pierced and reeded sides 26cm x 23cm x 7cm London 1870 Maker Barnard & Sons. 23.4oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

9151

SOLD £750

Lot 6014

Victorian silver fruit basket with embossed and pierced decoration, swing handle and pedestal foot D...

Victorian silver fruit basket with embossed and pierced decoration, swing handle and pedestal foot D26cm Sheffield 1840 Maker Henry Wilkinson & Co 21.1oz

6005

SOLD £360

Lot 6015

Late Victorian silver oval mustard pot with hinged cover, blue glass liner and half body fluted deco...

Late Victorian silver oval mustard pot with hinged cover, blue glass liner and half body fluted decoration and reeded handle London 1892 Maker Henry Stratford together with a silver spoon 3.5oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

6015

SOLD £110

Lot 6016

George II silver circular salt with beaded rim, blue glass liner and hoof feet D6.5cm London 1746 a...

George II silver circular salt with beaded rim, blue glass liner and hoof feet D6.5cm London 1746 and another made to match London 1894 Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

9184

SOLD £85

Lot 6017

Set of four Victorian silver coasters with pierced sides engraved with a crest and with turned woode...

Set of four Victorian silver coasters with pierced sides engraved with a crest and with turned wooden bases D13cm London circa 1855 Maker Charles Boyton Provenance: 2nd Baron Feversham

9251

SOLD £700

Lot 6018

George III silver salver with gadrooned edge, the feet cast as classic capitals D26cm London 1811 M...

George III silver salver with gadrooned edge, the feet cast as classic capitals D26cm London 1811 Maker Paul Storr with the mark of Munsey & Co, Cambridge and with a later inscription 1906, 21oz

1

SOLD £500

Lot 6019

George III silver small salver with engraved decoration and shell moulded border on shaped supports ...

George III silver small salver with engraved decoration and shell moulded border on shaped supports D23cm London 1762 Maker Ebenezer Coker 13oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

6015

SOLD £190

Lot 6020

Edwardian silver inkstand of rectangular form with shell moulded and gadrooned edge fitted with two ...

Edwardian silver inkstand of rectangular form with shell moulded and gadrooned edge fitted with two square glass inkwells with hinged silver covers and two pen trays on paw feet. Inscribed 'Presented to Viscount Helmsley on the Occasion of his Marriage.....1904' 23cm x 17cm Provenance: 2nd Earl of Feversham

B4777

SOLD £380

Lot 6021

Late Victorian silver inkstand of serpentine outline with three quarter pierced gallery fitted with ...

Late Victorian silver inkstand of serpentine outline with three quarter pierced gallery fitted with two glass inkwells with silver covers engraved with the crest of Viscount Helmsley and on compressed bun feet W18cm Chester 1900/1 Makers George Nathan and Ridley Hayes. Provenance: 2nd Earl of Feversham

10066

SOLD £260

Lot 6022

Extensive early Victorian gentleman's travelling toilet service fitted with silver and silver mounte...

Extensive early Victorian gentleman's travelling toilet service fitted with silver and silver mounted glass containers each with a gilt insert with the Feversham crest, the lower tray with mother of pearl items including razors, tongue scraper, manicure implements etc in a brass inlaid coromandel box with the Feversham crest London 1837/8 Makers Mark T.D possibly Thomas Diller together with three later silver mounted glass jars, in an outer leather case inscribed 'W.D. First Life Guards' 40cm x 30cm x 19cm Provenance: 1st Baron Feversham

9052

SOLD £1200

Lot 6023

Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table se...

Josef Hoffmann for Wiener Werkstätte, an early 20th century Austrian silver backed dressing table set comprising double sided mirror, five clothes and hair brushes and two jar lids, each of geometric form with beaded borders, impressed designer's monogram, WW and Rosemark, together with a hammered silver bottle stopper by Hoffmann, (Hand-mirror H24.5cm x D13cm) Provenance ; By descent to the present owner from her great grandfather Gustav Stade from Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt, Germany. The house was built for Gustav and his brother by the celebrated Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich circa 1901

9175

SOLD £5200

Lot 6024

Silver gilt and enamel key to commemorate the official opening of Caistor Senior School, October 18t...

Silver gilt and enamel key to commemorate the official opening of Caistor Senior School, October 18th 1938 in fitted leather case Birmingham 1938 Maker Deakin and Francis Ltd 2.1oz

B41066

SOLD £170

Lot 6025

Mid 19th century continental gold box of lobed design with chased scroll and foliate decoration, the...

Mid 19th century continental gold box of lobed design with chased scroll and foliate decoration, the hinged cover inset with a circular miniature portrait of Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie signed 'Passot' 8.5cm x 6.5cm x 2cm. The box is not marked but tests as 18ct. Napoleon III (1808-1873) was Emperor from 1852 to 1870 and thereafter lived in exile in England. Napoleon and his wife Eugenie are buried in Hampshire. An historically important example of a gold box with enamel and diamonds by Marital Bernard inset with a portrait of Napoleon III by Passot was sold by Dreweatts Auctioneers in 2008 for £18500

9251

SOLD £4200

Lot 6026

George III silver circular box and cover embossed with figures in a rural setting D8cm London 1814 M...

George III silver circular box and cover embossed with figures in a rural setting D8cm London 1814 Maker Phipps, Robinson and Phipps 4.7oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

10046

SOLD £140

Lot 6027

George IV silver rectangular snuff box, the hinged lid engraved with a hunting scene (worn), with ra...

George IV silver rectangular snuff box, the hinged lid engraved with a hunting scene (worn), with raised border and gilded interior 8cm x 5cm London 1827 Maker John Jones III 5oz Provenance: 3rd Earl of Feversham

10068

SOLD £100

Lot 6028

Early Victorian silver rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover engraved with a hunting scene with le...

Early Victorian silver rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover engraved with a hunting scene with leaf and engine turned decoration and gilded interior 9cm x 5.5cm London 1837 Maker Thomas Edwards 5oz

9239

SOLD £340

Lot 6029

William IV silver rectangular snuff box with engine turning and initial 'D' with gilded interior 10c...

William IV silver rectangular snuff box with engine turning and initial 'D' with gilded interior 10cm x 4.5cm London 1833 Maker Edward Edwards II 4.2oz

10068

SOLD £75

Lot 6030

19th century Continental silver snuff box with engraved decoration and monogram and gilded interior ...

19th century Continental silver snuff box with engraved decoration and monogram and gilded interior 9cm x 5cm 3.3oz

10068

SOLD £85

Lot 6031

19th century Dutch silver rectangular box with reeded decoration, the interior with engraved inscrip...

19th century Dutch silver rectangular box with reeded decoration, the interior with engraved inscription 'Arnhem 1834' 12cm x 6.5cm 5oz Marked AK

10068

SOLD £90

Lot 6032

Dutch silver rectangular box, the hinged cover engraved with a pony and trap with buildings in the d...

Dutch silver rectangular box, the hinged cover engraved with a pony and trap with buildings in the distance 13c.5m x 8cm 4oz

B19748

SOLD £110

Lot 6033

19th century Russian silver and niello work rectangular box with small landscape panels surrounded b...

19th century Russian silver and niello work rectangular box with small landscape panels surrounded by flowers and with gilded interior and thumbpiece W8cm Moscow mark and makers mark 'AA', and another with geometric decoration W8cm

B41062

SOLD £380

Lot 6034

19th century French enamel box, the hinged cover decorated with figures in a romantic landscape, the...

19th century French enamel box, the hinged cover decorated with figures in a romantic landscape, the base with sprays of flowers, gilt metal mounts 8.5cm x 7cm x 4cm

B35222

SOLD £260

Lot 6035

Late 18th century Staffordshire oval enamel patch box printed with a view of Prior Park, Bath with i...

Late 18th century Staffordshire oval enamel patch box printed with a view of Prior Park, Bath with interior mirror W4.5cm Provenance: Countess of Feversham

B35222

SOLD £160

Lot 6036

18th/ 19th century tortoiseshell circular snuff box and cover inlaid with gold pique work flowers an...

18th/ 19th century tortoiseshell circular snuff box and cover inlaid with gold pique work flowers and insects D9cm, another with silver pique decoration and an oval tortoiseshell box (3)

B12616

SOLD £150

Lot 6037

Henry Bone RA (British 1755-1834) Portrait miniature upon ivory, circa 1785 Head and shoulder port...

Henry Bone RA (British 1755-1834) Portrait miniature upon ivory, circa 1785 Head and shoulder portrait of Lucia Maria Young, wearing white dress Signed H Bone Within gilt frame with blue enamel and hair work panel with seed pearl initial 'L' to centre verso Oval 7cm x 6cm Lucia Maria Young was the eldest daughter of Admiral Sir George Young. Lucia would have been around twenty years old at the time this miniature was painted. During his early career, Henry Bone worked as a porcelain and jewellery painter, and exhibited regularly the Royal Academy as an elected Royal Academician. He was appointed as Royal Enamelist to King George III, George IV and William IV. Due to the quality of his work Bone is said to have been known as the "Prince of Enamelers".

6000

SOLD £1100

Lot 6038

George Engleheart (British 1752-1829) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of ...

George Engleheart (British 1752-1829) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of a gentleman with dark curling hair, wearing a black coat Initialled Within gilt frame with blue enamel and gilt Masonic emblems to centre verso Oval 8.5cm x 7cm George Engleheart studied at the Royal Academy Schools from 1769 under Sir Joshua Reynolds and George Barret, and regularly exhibited work at the Royal Academy between the years 1773 and 1822. He was appointed as Miniature Painter to King George III and is known to have painted at least twenty five portraits of the King, as well as a number of others depicting various members of the Royal family. Engleheart is known for his decorative style and flattering depictions, an approach which saw him gain an excellent reputation with sitters. Today he is widely regarded as one of the most eminent portrait miniaturists of the late Georgian period.

6000

SOLD £1700

Lot 6039

Andrew Plimer (British 1763-1837) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of Capt...

Andrew Plimer (British 1763-1837) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of Captain Frederick G Carmichael, 9th Regiment of Light Dragoons Within period gold frame, with hair work and central gilt monogram 'FD' verso Oval 5.5cm x 4.3cm Andrew Plimer was a well known portrait miniaturist who had a great number of clients up to and during the 1790s. After obtaining a position as 'studio boy' in the residence of eminent miniaturist Richard Cosway, Plimer is said to have taken lessons in drawing with the approval of Cosway, whilst some note that he may have received training from Cosway directly. Plimer also exhibited frequently at the Royal Academy from around 1785 until 1810 and later in 1819.

6000

SOLD £850

Lot 6040

J Parent (French active 1815-1833) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of Na...

J Parent (French active 1815-1833) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of Napoleon I (1769-1821), wearing the uniform of the Chasseurs-a-Cheval de la Garde, wearing the ribbon and star of the Legion of Honour, the Iron Cross of Lombardy, and the Grande Eagle of the Legion of Honour Initialled JCP and dated 1815 Within period gold frame with engraved silver gilt border to front, and studded blue enamel border with hair work panel with seed pearl monogram to centre verso Oval 5cm x 4cm Provenance Phillips London July 1998 Lot 266 Purchased by the current vendor from Judy & Brian Harden Antiques September 98 Cf. A similar signed and dated example by Parent was sold as part of the Bernard Franck Collection in Paris. Notes: It is unusual to find a work by Parent signed J.C.P., indicating a generally unknown middle name. Former portrait miniature dealers Judy & Brian Harden have noted that this particular example may possibly have either been a presentation piece from either Napoleon himself, or a memento to 'M.J.' from someone connected with the Court. Parent was a well known miniaturist who exhibited at the Paris Salon between 1822 and 1833. As portrait miniaturist at the court of Napoleon he produced a number of miniatures of Napoleon and his generals.

B16263

SOLD £460

Lot 6041

Samuel Shelley (British 1750-1808) Portrait miniature upon ivory, circa 1790 Head and shoulder por...

Samuel Shelley (British 1750-1808) Portrait miniature upon ivory, circa 1790 Head and shoulder portrait of a gentleman in blue coat and yellow waistcoat Within period gold fausse-montre case with hair work verso Oval 3.75cm x 3cm Samuel Shelley first exhibited at the Society of Artists in 1773, entering the Royal Academy Schools the following year where he exhibited work up until 1804. Largely considered to have been self-taught, Samuel Shelley worked in a range of mediums throughout his career, producing watercolours, oils, book illustrations and engravings, but is arguably best known for his miniature portraits in watercolour, a medium which he championed establishing the first watercolour society in around 1804. Shelley was a prominent and popular miniaturist during his time, and today his works feature in many major museums.

10006

SOLD £280

Lot 6042

Christian Friedrich Zincke (German 1683-1767) Portrait miniature upon enamel, circa 1750 Head and ...

Christian Friedrich Zincke (German 1683-1767) Portrait miniature upon enamel, circa 1750 Head and shoulder portrait of a young woman in blue gown, her hair adorned with pearls within gilt frame, with old cut diamond border and white enamel inner border Oval 4.5cm x 3.5cm Provenance Purchased by the current vendor from Judy & Brian Harden Antiques September 98 Born in Dresden in 1683, Christian Friedrich Zincke travelled to London in 1706 to work at the studio of miniature painter and enamellist Charles Boit; later inheriting Boit's fashionable clientele. During his time in London Zincke is said to have dominated the market, training a number of well known English miniature painters including William Prewett, and also gaining Royal patronage aided by the endorsement of notable portrait artist Sir Godfrey Kneller. Zincke worked extensively for the Royal Family, including George II and Frederick Prince of Wales, and is arguably the most successful enamel painter of the period in which he worked.

6000

SOLD £1300

Lot 6043

Christian Richter (Swedish 1678-1732) Portrait miniature, watercolour on vellum Head and shoulder...

Christian Richter (Swedish 1678-1732) Portrait miniature, watercolour on vellum Head and shoulder portrait of Carey (née Fraser) Countess of Peterborough (1655-1709) Within gilt frame with scrolled crest, bearing Burlington Fine Arts Club exhibition label verso Oval 8.5cm x 7cm Provenance Charles Lees Collection: the miniature is accompanied by the original receipt of purchase by Lees for the sum of £20, dated April 9th 1883, from Ernest Renton Jeweller Art Designer and Collector of Curios, 1B Pall Mall Place, London. Charles Edward Lees was a successful British industrialist who curated his collection of paintings and miniatures during the latter half of the nineteenth century. Lees acquired examples by many notable artists with the assistance of known art dealers William and George Agnew. One hundred portrait miniatures from his collection were sold at Bonhams forming The Charles E Lees collection sale in November 1997. Exhibited Burlington Fine Arts Club London, Exhibition Portrait Miniatures,1889, case 29, no.37 Cf. A comparable example sold at Bonhams London, The Albion Collection of Fine Portrait Miniatures, Apr 2004, Lot 11 Further miniatures of Carey: Charles Lees Collection, Bonhams, November 1997, Lot 20 - also by Richter Edward Grosvenor Paine Collection, Christie's, October 1980, Lot 40 - by Peter Cross. Portrait Miniatures The Property of a Lady, Bonhams, April 2005, Lot 9 - by Peter Cross Carey Countess of Peterborough was an English courtier, and maid of honour to Queen Catherine from 1674 to 1680. Carey was one of the 'Hampton Court Beauties' painted by leading portrait painter Sir Godfrey Kneller depicting eight of the most fashionable and glamourous ladies of the court of William III. During the early part of his career Christian Richter is believed to have studied under leading Swedish portrait miniaturist Elias Brenner, later working in Berlin and Dresden where he gained a strong following. Upon arrival in London in 1704 Richter began by copying full scale portraits of other popular artists including Michael Dahl and Godfrey Kneller. The antiquary and engraver George Vertue said of Richter's work: 'his Manner of Painting very tender and Curious, his tincts had a great variety his pencil regular and neat, his lines of drawing very just & toucht with freedom'.

6000

SOLD £1600

Lot 6044

English School (Circa 1800) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of a gentlema...

English School (Circa 1800) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of a gentleman wearing a black coat and white cravat tied in a bow Within period gold frame with hair work panel with seed pearl monogram 'JW' verso Oval 7cm x 5.5cm

9210

SOLD £340

Lot 6045

English School (Circa 1790) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of gentleman ...

English School (Circa 1790) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of gentleman in curled grey wig, blue coat and white cravat within period gold frame with silk lining verso Oval 4.5cm x 3.25cm

9210

SOLD £150

Lot 6046

English School (Circa 1700) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of a gentlema...

English School (Circa 1700) Portrait miniature upon ivory Head and shoulder portrait of a gentleman in curled grey wig and red coat with green collar within period gold bracelet frame Oval 3.5cm x 3cm

10068

SOLD £130

Lot 6047

Elizabeth II silver-mounted glass claret jug, the silver mount with chased floral decoration and scr...

Elizabeth II silver-mounted glass claret jug, the silver mount with chased floral decoration and scroll handle, by Charles S Green & Co. Birmingham, 1975 H33cm

10083

SOLD £180

Lot 6048

Pair of 19th century white overlay green glass table lustres, traditional coronet form with fluted f...

Pair of 19th century white overlay green glass table lustres, traditional coronet form with fluted fan cut decoration raised on a fluted cut base with painted floral sprays, hung with clear prismatic drops H33.5cm

9186

SOLD £700

Lot 6049

Pair of Vienna style two-handled vases and covers, each reserved with a panel painted by K. Weh with...

Pair of Vienna style two-handled vases and covers, each reserved with a panel painted by K. Weh with either 'Schmukung der Venus' or 'Rinaldo and Armida', the reverse painted with classical figures against claret, pink and gilt heightened ground, raised on square bases, beehive mark in blue, script titles in black H37.5cm

9186

SOLD £500

Lot 6050

Pair of Mettlach cylindrical stoneware vases decorated with panels of female figures in pastoral lan...

Pair of Mettlach cylindrical stoneware vases decorated with panels of female figures in pastoral landscapes depicting the four seasons by Christian Warth, beaded and floral borders, raised on four acanthus leaf feet, stamped factory marks and numbered 1462, H33.5cm

10070

SOLD £280

Lot 6051

20th century Meissen butter dish and cover painted with birds within a gilt and moulded border D20cm...

20th century Meissen butter dish and cover painted with birds within a gilt and moulded border D20cm (mark scratched through)

B4751

SOLD £65

Lot 6052

Set of fifteen Herend Rothschild Bird pattern crescent shape dishes, pair of sauce boats, toast rack...

Set of fifteen Herend Rothschild Bird pattern crescent shape dishes, pair of sauce boats, toast rack and four condiments (22)

9025

SOLD £480

Lot 6053

Set of fourteen Herend Rothschild Bird pattern crescent shape dishes, pair of toast racks, pair of c...

Set of fourteen Herend Rothschild Bird pattern crescent shape dishes, pair of toast racks, pair of condiments, sauce boat and three cups (22)

10057

SOLD £550

Lot 6054

Royal Worcester Blue Sprays pattern dinner service comprising twelve dinner plates, twelve side plat...

Royal Worcester Blue Sprays pattern dinner service comprising twelve dinner plates, twelve side plates, twelve bowls, twelve tea plates, twelve soup bowls and saucers, an oval platter, two sauce boats and stands, four serving plates, three tureens, twelve teacups and saucers, twelve coffee cans and saucers, teapot, coffee pot, two sugar bowls, cream and milk jug, pattern no. Z2817

10067

SOLD £150

Lot 6055

1950's cased set of six Aynsley cups and saucers, yellow and gilt decorated with a set of six silver...

1950's cased set of six Aynsley cups and saucers, yellow and gilt decorated with a set of six silver guilloche enamel teaspoons by Turner & Simpson, 1957, pattern no. 1215

B36483

SOLD £50