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Fine Leeds Pottery Black Basalt hot milk Jug c.1800-1820, engine-turning decoration, the cover with widow finial.
Early Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain Slop Bowl c.1797, fluted shape, painted in pattern 2 with "Plain, enamel'd Foreign spring & crowfoot border".
A fine Coalport Porcelain Cabinet Plate (Outside Decorated) c. 1810, the centre finely painted with a landscape, gilded rim.
Two German Porcelain Meissen Style Teabowls c.1770 (made for the Turkish market), decorated with bird and rock motif in coloured enamels and gilt.
Rare Swansea Pearlware Plate by Haynes, Dillwyn & Co c.1802-10, white earthenware body, pearlware glaze, with feather edge, decorated with coat of arms (probably painted by Thomas Pardoe*).
A Rare Chelsea-Derby Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer c.1780, decorated in a rare pattern in coloured enamels and gilt.
A fine Nymphenburg Porcelain Campana Vase c.1830 decorated with superbly painted topographical view.
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A rare antique French Palissy Ware Dish, lead-glazed earthenware, depicting "The Abduction of Hippodamia"(possibly 19th Century).
Part New Hall Porcelain Dessert Service with relief-moulded border and bat-printed scenic designs, coloured by hand, c.1815-20.
English pearlware jug c.1820, engine turned decoration and finely painted botanical stadies on both sides, monogrammed "WC" in brown.
Part English Porcelain Dessert Service c.1825-30, painted to the centres with views of homes and buildings in landscapes, with maroon and gilt enriched moulded rims.
A fine Meissen Porcelain Plate c.1740-50, painted with a bouquet of scattered sprigs of roses, lily-of-the valley and other flowers, in upturned and shaped gilded edged rim.
A New Hall Porcelain Teapot and cover, pattern 241, c.1795, hybrid hard paste body, silver shape, enameled in Chinese export style.
New Hall Porcelain, New Hall teapot, New Hall teabowl and saucer, New Hall plate
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A fine Paris Porcelain Ornithological Plate c.1810, the centre painted with exotic birds, perched on the branches.
A rare early Davenport porcelain bough pot, circa 1810-15 of 'D' section and ring handles, painted in purple monochrome with a picturesque landscape.
Nanking Cargo Chinese Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer, painted in "Pagoda Riverscape" pattern c.1750.
A fine first period Worcester Porcelain Tea Caddy c.1765-70, hand-painted in Japanese Imari "Old Mosaic" Pattern, crescent mark.
18th century Dutch Delft Vase and cover, painted in chinoiserie pattern, depicting figures in a garden.
Antique Black Basalt Pottery, Wedgwood black basalt, Leeds black basalt, black basalt coffee pot
A rare Derby porcelain plate, pattern 204, c.1795, the central circular panel painted, in the manner of John Brewer, with a 'Black on Moonlight' scene, supported by three scattered sprigs.
A fine Sevres Porcelain Plate, 18th century, soft-paste body, painted with flower sprays within bleu celeste border.
A set of four Amstel Porcelain Plates, painted with floral sprays in polychrome enamels, gilded rims.