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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