Fine Art Auction July 2020

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Lot 1484

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£20.00

Description

Victorian silver capped bottle, London 1896, the hinged lid with rubbed monogram above a cut glass body, 16cm high


Lot 1485

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£150.00

Description

Victorian silver and cut glass claret jug, Sheffield 1885, maker Joseph Rodgers & Sons, the silver top and handle with buckle engraved decoration to the collar above the cut glass body, 27cm high


Lot 1486

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£85.00

Description

Silver mounted turquoise glass scent bottle, with a hinged lid and canted edges to the bottle, 75mm high


Lot 1487

Description

19th Century Oddfellows pearlware jug, hand painted over transfer decorated panels, 16cm high


Lot 1488

Description

Late Victorian Art Pottery dish, decorated with flowers, label to reverse 26cm diameter


Lot 1489

Description

19th Century blue and white transfer decorated tureen and cover, Robert Hamilton Ruined Castle design, together with another tureen and cover by Davenport and a tureen stand, (3) Meecham Collection


Lot 1490

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£40.00

Description

19th Century Copeland pottery meat dish, with a transfer decorated scene of a bridge or a river, together with another foliate decorated meat dish and a folate decorated serving dish, (3)


Lot 1491

Description

19th Century Staffordshire pottery, to include a large spill vase with a cow and calf, 28cm high, together with a pair of hound pottery pen holders, 9.5cm high, (3)


Lot 1492

Sold For

£70.00

Description

19th Century Rogers Pottery tureen and cover, the lid with arched feathers above berries and a heraldic crest, the tureen and stand with conforming crest, the base 18cm wide, one handle missing, together with an 18th Century Bow porcelain teapot decorated with a bird in a tree, missing the lid, (2)


Lot 1493

Sold For

£80.00

Description

18th Century Dutch Delft vase and cover, circa 1764, painted by Wednice Van Der Brier, in blue and white with a lady to the centre with a jug on her head, shipping scene in the background, a lion caped domed lid, the base with the initials WVDB, 25cm high, Meecham Collection