Glass and Ceramics

After the antique by Thorvaldson, a continental terracotta figure of Mercury, posed seated beside a tree stump, holding a sword to his right and pan pipes to his left, inscribed P Josen Kiebenhavn Eneret 376 to the plinth, 36cm high - Sold for £440

A 19th century slipware baking dish, of dished rectangular shape, with combed decoration, 43cm wide - Sold for £1,950

A late 19th/early 20th century Chinese porcelain famille jaune triple gourd vase, decorated with a dragon and peony, 44cm tall - Sold for £2,900

A rare late 18th century creamware stirrup cup, naturalistically modelled in the form of a fox head, inscribed 'Talli O' to the collar, 12cm long - Sold for £950

A mid 20th century Pablo Picasso Edition Madoura blue and white pottery ewer, in the form of a stylised hen, painted and impressed marks to base, 16cm long - Sold for £920

A Royal Worcester porcelain figure group, Huntsman and Hounds, modelled by Doris Lindner, shape no. 3115, on a wooden plinth, 23cm tall overall - Sold for £650

A large Whitefriars style Indigo Banjo vase, No.9681, designed by Geoffrey Baxter circa 1967, unmarked, 32cm tall - Sold for £800

A large Whitefriars style Indigo Banjo vase, No.9681, designed by Geoffrey Baxter circa 1967, unmarked, 32cm tall - Sold for £800

A 19th century Meissen porcelain figure group, modelled as two putti, one holding a scroll and the other playing the French horn, on a plinth base, blue crossed swords and incised 0662 to base, 11cm tall, together with another and a figure group of two cherubs, 14cm tall (3) - Sold for £340

A 19th century Worcester porcelain vase, to commemorate the 1911 Coronation of King George V, of ovoid shape, painted with a view of Windsor castle, by Raymond Rushton, surmounted by a coronet lid, printed marks shape number 2156, 15cm high - Sold for £440

An 18th century Chinese export porcelain part dinner service, comprising twelve plates, 23cm and a pair of dishes, 35cm diameter (14)- Sold for £1,250

A pair of 19th century blue opaline glass oil lamps, with white enamel decoration, each stamped Hinks & Son patent, with a near pair of matched blue etched glass frilled shades, 58cm and 54cm tall overall - Sold for £580

A Lalique opalescent glass 'Prunes' vase, designed 1930, etched R. Lalique to base, 17cm tall - Sold for £2,000

A Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain figure of a soldier, Imperial Yeoman, 2107, together with another similar Handy Man, 2118, each with date code for 1898 - Sold for £340

A small collection of Clarice Cliff pottery - Sold for £780

An Arts and Crafts brass standard lamp, by W.A.S. Benson, with a reeded column and stylised leaf supports and brass reservoir, stamped BENSON, 139cm high - Sold for £520

A Paul Ysart glass butterfly paperweight, 5cm tall, together with another similar - Sold for £400

A 19th century South Staffordshire enamel patch box, inscribed a Trifle from Bishops Waltham, 4cm, together with three others various (4) - Sold for £200

A pair of 19th century Chinese famille rose vases and covers, bearing a paper exhibition label to base, Exposition de Tournai, 1930, Mourcourt, Chateau de Breuze, 42cm tall - Sold for £1,200

A Royal Worcester porcelain figure group, Hog Hunting, modelled by Doris Lindner, shape no. 3164, on a wooden plinth, 22cm tall overall - Sold for £720

A collection of Royal Crown Derby and Davenport tea wares, decorated in the Imari pattern, comprising: an early 20th century teapot, sugar and cream jug, a pair of vases, a salt, a slop bowl, six tea plates, six teacups and saucers, six coffee cans, eight saucers and two side plates - Sold for £300

An early 20th century Chinese porcelain blue and white vase, of cylindrical shape, painted with figures, 7cm tall, together with three others and a hardstone figure - Sold for £620

An early 18th century baluster wine glass, with a conical bowl, on a knopped stem, inset with tears, on a folded foot, 17cm tall, together with another, on a facet cut stem and a wine glass on a folded foot, 11cm tall (3) - Sold for £1,150

An extensive collection of Minton Haddon Hall pattern table wares, to include a pair of storage jars, 19cm tall, fruit bowl, large serving bowls and dishes, soup plates, dinner plates, side plates, breakfast cups, tea wares and other items, approx 150 pieces - Sold for £700

A Wedgwood Travel pattern meat platter, designed by Eric Ravilious, printed marks, 37cm wide - Sold for £120

An 18th century Staffordshire slipware baking tray, with combed decoration, 34cm - Sold for £850

An unusual 18th century Delft polychrome figural salt, modelled as a young couple wearing 18th century dress, seated below a tree with a dog and each holding a basket, on a shell decorated plinth base, 21cm tall, together with an early 19th century Staffordshire pearlware figure of pensioner, 19cm tall - Sold for £550

A Dresden porcelain model of a parrot, shown perched on a rock, blue printed marks, 20cm high, together with another similar (2) - Sold for £130

A pair of Karl Ens porcelain models of parrots, each naturalistically modelled, perched on a rock, printed marks, 25cm high - Sold for £140

An Art Nouveau style white metal mounted iridescent glass vase, relief decorated with flowers, 9cm high - Sold for £80

An early 20th century Sitzendorf porcelain three piece clock garniture, painted and encrusted with coloured flowers, with cherubs supports, 53cm high - Sold for £440

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A large Whitefriars style Indigo Banjo vase, No.9681, designed by Geoffrey Baxter circa 1967, unmarked, 32cm tall - Sold for £800