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Pair of Moorcroft ‘Grape & Leaves’ Salt Glazed Table Lamps, 1928-1949, rich brown ground, impressed factory marks, Potter to H.M. The Queen paper label and painted signature, the body 10½“. (Professionally wired for immediate use.)

RPW0112 - $600

Mason’s Ironstone Two Handled ‘Golden Pheasant’ Pot Pourri Vase, 1815/20, with cover, printed pseudo Chinese reign mark, 11” high.

RPW0100 - $300

Worcester Blue and White Porcelain “The Three Flowers” Mustard Pot, 1775-1785, cylindrical form, shaded crescent mark, 2 7/8th”. Lacking cover.

RPW00284 - $80

Worcester Blue and White Porcelain “The Three Flowers” Mustard Pot, 1775-1785, cylindrical form, shaded crescent mark, 2 7/8th”. Lacking cover.

RPW00285 - $80

Rare Lowestoft Blue and White Soft Paste Porcelain Oval Butter Tub Stand, c.1762, painted in underglaze blue with a bird in flight over pavilioned islands, prunus branches on the border, over Hughes type raised relief floral motifs, painters mark, 2, (typical glaze & firing imperfections), 7¼”.

RPW00275 - $1,200

English Ironstone Dinner Plate, c1840, printed and painted with a Gothic Chinoiserie scene, 9½“.

RPW0129 - $110

English Creamware Bowl, c.1785, painted Chinoiserie landscapes, 7¼“ diam.

RPW00207 - $220

Doulton Lambeth Salt Glazed Stoneware Hunting Jug, 1902-1922, of swelling cylindrical form, decorated with applied scene of a huntsman and a pack of hunting dogs between trees, with Pate sur Pate decorated ground in between, impressed factory Circle, lion and crown mark, 6½“ high.

RPW00338 - $95

Pair of Doulton Salt Glazed Stoneware Reticulated Lamp Shades, 1880-1900, each of dome form with four pierced bands and beaded bands in between, incised ‘W.’ 3½“ high.

RPW0036 - $220

English Porcelain Lavender Ground Two Handled Vase, circa 1830, well painted with panels of flowers, 9¼”.

RPW0143 - $350

A French Faience Wall Pocket, 1863-1900, Desvres, Ch. Fourmaintraux-Courquin, molded basket weave form as a fruit gathers basket, lavishly painted in polychrome enamels with insects in flight amongst cornucopias of flowers, blue painted factory marks, 10½“ high. Minor glaze chips to foot.

RPW0122 - $325

Severn Blue and White Transfer Printed ‘Monopteros’ Toy Plates, J. Rogers & Sons, Longport, 1820-30, circular transfer printed with the remains of an ancient building near Firoz Shah’s Cotilla, Delhi in Thomas Daniell’s Oriental Scenery (1795). One with hairline.

See – Roberts, Gaye Blake, True Blue, Transfer Printed Earthenware, pg, 73, Case 17, 27.

RPW00378 - $320