Ceramics and Glass

An extensive early 19th century Swansea creamware botanical dinner service, each piece decorated with flowers and inscribed on the underside in puce or black script stamped Swansea (33 pieces)

Provenance: The Batten Family, Church Farm, Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset

Sold for £4,880


A Clarice Cliff applique ‘Bizarre’ tea service painted in the "Lucerne" pattern, the underside with printed black mark and various impressed numbers. Comprising: a teapot and cover, two tea cups and saucers, a milk jug, a cream jug, a sugar basin, a cake plate, and a side plate, with black printed marks and various impressed numbers (a lot). See illustration

Provenance: Acquired at Christie's, Melbourne, 23.9.1993.

The Collection of James Fairfax A.C., Stanbridge Mill, Dorset

Sold for £5,370


A Delft Blue-Dash Royal Portrait Charger of George II, painted in colours with the crowned King in coronation robes, 'GR2' above, Bristol, probably either Josiah Bundy, or James Gaynard, c.1725-27, 14" dia

Sold for £9,275


 

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