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1 Two Day Sale of Antiques and Fine Art with Decorative Arts, Militaria and Medals Thursday 10 February :00 Adam Partridge Auctioneers & Valuers The Gate Hall behind the Chain & Gate Congleton Rd SK11 9JA

2 Lot: 1 A Georgian tortoiseshell oval magnifier, with white metal mounts, diameter 9.5cm (Illustrated). Lot: 2 An early 19th century tortoiseshell tea caddy, on ivory bun feet with ivory push button, the hinged lid enclosing a single lidded compartment with ivory handle, height 10cm, width 11cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 3 An antique carved oak box, with sloping hinged lid, the front carved with the date 1671, width 28cm, height 20.5cm. Lot: 4 A good 19th century mahogany and brass inlaid rectangular writing slope, the hinged lid enclosing leather lined writing surface, pair of inkwells and pair of candlesticks, lock stamped E Turner, width 50.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 5 A 19th century mahogany cased rectangular travelling mirror, the twin hinged lid enclosing lift-out mirror, 42 x 31.5cm. Lot: 6 A Victorian walnut and brass bound writing slope, the hinged lid enclosing lined writing surface complete with inkwell, inset with brass presentation plaque dated 1898, with key, width 29.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 7 An early 19th century rosewood sarcophagus form tea caddy, the hinged lid enclosing part fitted interior, on bun feet, width 31.5cm. Lot: 8 A Georgian mahogany tea caddy for restoration, the hinged lid enclosing three compartments, with respective inlaid covers, width 25cm. Lot: 9 A Victorian leather jewellery box with brass handle, the hinged lid opening to reveal a leather interior, stamped "Parkins & Gotto Manufacturers, Oxford Street, London". Lot: 10 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany kidney shaped tray with brass handles. Lot: 10A A 19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid lap desk, the sloping hinged front enclosing lined writing surface, width 35.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 11 A Georgian oak wall mounted candle box with hinged lid, width 25.5cm (af). Lot: 12 A 19th century inlaid walnut Tunbridge ware rectangular playing card case, height 12.5cm (losses and splits). Lot: 12A A 19th century satin and mahogany crossbanded and rectangular box, for restoration, width 30cm. Lot: 13 A Victorian inlaid mahogany cribbage box by Charles Henry, Manchester, with contents, a Japanese lacquered card box with contents, a De La Rue card box containing two packs and a pencil box containing set of poker dice etc. Lot: 14 A Victorian brass money box in the form of a bank, height 20cm. Lot: 15 A glass inkwell with metal mounts, also nine cased travelling inkwells, a WWI brass Christmas box, a white metal cigarette case and a treen hand pump with brass mounts. Lot: 16 A crocodile covered vesta case with applied hallmarked silver plaque for Birmingham Lot: 17 A mixed lot of smoking related items, including an Irish pipe stamped "Donegal" with silver mount, a carved bone pipe with plastic mouthpiece, five cased cigar/cigarette holders and another loose, some with gold mounts. Lot: 18 A collection of pipes including two briar pipes, ten clay pipes and eleven others, also a pottery tobacco jar with brass lid. 1 of 42

3 Estimate: Lot: 19 A Meerschaum pipe modelled as a naked lady, cased, also three other pipes and a horn snuff box (5). Lot: 20 A good collection of matchbox cases, including hallmarked silver, Art Nouveau pewter, commemorative and other examples, also assorted vesta cases etc. Lot: 20A Two ebonised walking canes with horn handles and hallmarked silver mounts, also a cane with handle carved as a foot (3). Lot: 20B An ostrich feather and ivory ladies fan, also a mother of pearl and lace fan (2). Lot: 21 A mixed lot of curios including a Mauchlineware cylindrical container "Malvern Gateway", a cased Martindale thermometer, a bone handled cut throat razor, two WWII defence medals, a vintage Ordnance Survey map of Macclesfield, a white metal coin dispenser, a small quantity of postcards etc. Lot: 22 A cylindrical treen case with screw top. Lot: 23 A wooden printing block. Lot: 24 A late Victorian walnut and brass mounted coal scuttle with sloping hinged lid. Lot: 25 An Edwardian inlaid oak stationery box (part af), also a Victorian mahogany rectangular box (2). Lot: 26 A wooden washing dolly. Estimate: Lot: 27 A charming pair of Edwardian leather miniature boots (Illustrated). Lot: 28 A wooden cased croquet set. Lot: 29 A vintage oak cased Ever Ready torch, also a small twin handled pokerwork decorated tray (2). Lot: 30 An ancient tile mounted in a carved oak surround, with the words Ecclesia de Cheadle, height 27cm. Estimate: Lot: 31 A teak letter rack with single drawer and two hinged doors. Lot: 32 An African carved hardwood figure of a female, height 26cm, also a leather tribal quiver (2). Lot: 33 An African carved hardwood figure of Madonna, height 42cm. Lot: 34 An African carved wooden grave post, height 106cm. Provenance: purchased as part of lot 269 in Bearne's Lenkiewicz sale, 12th April Lot: 35 Aboriginal art; a large painted linen panel, 153 x 130cm, framed. Lot: 36 A 19th century tapestry depicting birds in pond amidst foliage, 25 x 39cm, in glazed maple frame, with another oval tapestry of a cock pheasant, 32 x 38cm, in gilt frame (2). Lot: 37 An alphabet sampler worked by Alice Harding age 11, 27 x 24cm, framed and glazed. Lot: 38 WITHDRAWN. A Georgian sampler worked by Margaret 2 of 42

4 Harper, 1782, 32 x 23cm, framed and glazed. Estimate: A silk United Nations souvenir banner. Lot: 39 An early 19th century sampler worked by Eliza Botton, aged 8, 1814, 29 x 26cm, framed and glazed. Lot: 40 A Stevengraph "The Lady Godiva Procession", unframed, also three framed and glazed silks of hunting scenes (4). Lot: 40A A French woven silk "The Storm" by Neyret Freres, after PA Cot, 32.5 x 18cm. Lot: 41 Six Brocklehurst-Whiston Macclesfield silks comprising "King Edward Street Chapel", "Sulgrave Manor", "Old Macclesfield", "Gawsworth Old Rectory", "Sailing of the Mayflower, 1620" and "108 steps, Macclesfield", five framed (6). Lot: 42 Two Brocklehurst-Whiston Macclesfield silks "Prestbury Village" (with mini) and "Gawsworth Old Rectory", framed and glazed. Estimate: Lot: 42A A group of assorted Macclesfield silks, comprising Hurdsfield House 1890 (unusual colourway), The King's School, three printed hunting scenes, a printed silk of the rose, Chester, and a woven silk portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by KJ Godbert, 164/500, all framed and glazed (7). Estimate: Lot: 43 Marian Myers; tapestry, "Sunset Over Coalite Plant - Bolsover", 47 x 30cm. Lot: 43A An early 20th century colourful embroidered garden scene, signed with initials BS, 22 x 30cm in glazed gilt frame, also a tapestry of roses, 50 x 50cm, framed and glazed (2). Lot: 44 A gentleman's black silk top hat by Christys of London, retailed by H Partridge of Leek, in original box (af). Lot: 45 Lot: 46 Eleven large linen tablecloths, contained in a suitcase. Lot: 47 A vintage travelling trunk, also two leather suitcases (3). Lot: 48 An early 20th century carpenters tool chest, containing and with a good assortment of woodworking tools including over twenty moulding planes, wooden jack and smoothing planes, steel jack and smoothing planes, assorted chisels, tri-squares, T-square, rules and tapes, pincers and pliers, wood clamps, sharpening stones, saws etc. Estimate: Lot: 49 A set of scientific scales by Stanton of London, in glazed case. Lot: 50 A mahogany cased set of scientific scales, with sundry weights. Lot: 51 An oak cased set of scientific scales by F Scartorius, Gottingen. Lot: 52 A mahogany cased standard saccharometer by J Long, 43 East Street, London (one missing), also a Towers Streamline hydrometer (2). Lot: 53 A mahogany cased Carl Zeiss Jena lacquered brass microscope no.30428, with various accessories including box of slides. Lot: 54 A mahogany cased high frequency apparatus (electrotherapy kit). Lot: 55 A Sinclair ZX81 personal computer, with 16k memo pack, with a selection of tapes. 3 of 42

5 Lot: 56 A Victorian film projector and a magic Lantern with a number of assorted slides of ethnic subjects. Lot: 57 Thirteen Magic Lantern slides, "The Land of The Pig Tail". Lot: 58 A quantity of assorted magic lantern slides, predominantly portraits. Lot: 59 A pair of Georgian hallmarked silver spectacles in a papier-mch case, also a steel pair (2). Lot: 60 A 19th century ivory monocular by Gonichon, Place Des Victoires, Paris (Illustrated). Lot: 61 A fine Georgian carved and stained ivory chess set in a Regency brass inlaid box (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 62 A 19th century carved ivory backscratcher in the form of a hand, with whale bone shaft, length 44cm (Illustrated). Lot: 63 A 19th century silhouette, profile portrait of a female, in glazed rosewood frame. Lot: 64 A 19th century watercolour portrait miniature of a young female, 10.5 x 8.5cm, in glazed ebonised frame. Lot: 65 A 19th century portrait miniature of a female, unsigned, 8.5 x 6.5cm, in glazed gilt frame. Lot: 66 A 19th oil on board portrait miniature of a young girl, inscribed verso "Miss HD Jones", unsigned, 9.5 x 7.5cm, in gilt frame. Estimate: Lot: 67 An oval miniature painting on ivory in ebonised frame, 5.5 x 4.5cm. Lot: 68 Approximately eighty marbles, some marble and glass examples. Lot: 69 Three champagne corkscrews. Lot: 70 A Ronson ball point pen, also a Sheaffer propelling pencil (2). Estimate: Lot: 71 A pair of decorative plaster figures of children sheltering beneath umbrellas, height 36cm. Lot: 72 A good pair of 19th century bronze twin handled campana form urns, decorated in relief with classical figures and flowering foliage, height 32cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 73 After Charles Gabriel Sauvage Lemire ( ); a 19th century bronze figure group "Enfant a l'arc", modelled as Cupid sitting on a rocky outcrop stringing his bow, bears signature, height 39cm (Illustrated). Estimate: , Lot: 74 A 19th century bronze door stop modelled as the Duke of Wellington, height 24cm. Estimate: Lot: 75 After Michelangelo; a fine late 19th century bronze figure of Moses with the ten commandments, cast by H Luppens and C Bruxelles, height 41cm. The original figure ( ) was for the tomb of Pope Julius II (Illustrated). Estimate: 1, , Lot: 76 A pair of miniature bronze classical busts "Diana" and "Mercur" (2). Lot: 77 An Austrian bronze figure of a horse, stamped Geschutzt, 4 of 42

6 mounted on plinth formed from a section of an elephant's tooth, height 11.5cm, length 16cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 78 A spelter figure group of two horses, height 12cm, also a spelter figure of an elephant (2). Lot: 88 An Eastern brass planter, decorated with mythical beasts, height 15.5cm. Lot: 89 A brass lamp, stamped "Bulpitt & Sons, Birmingham 1915". Lot: 79 An African bronze head, height 12cm. Lot: 80 An interesting bronze mortar with square handles, height 13.5cm. Lot: 81 A large late 19th century gilt metal five branch candelabrum, the column decorated with cherub riding a mythical bird, height 59cm. Estimate: Lot: 82 A bronze figure of a seated satyr, height 22cm. Lot: 83 A gilt metal model of a robed lady, height 41cm. Estimate: Lot: 84 An interesting Eastern copper pouring vessel, with allover embossed relief decoration and armorial to reverse, height 53cm. Provenance: the vendor informs us that this object was purchased at the auction of the contents of Bramall Hall (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 85 An Eastern rectangular brass embossed tray, 35 x 41cm, also a circular brass tray with pierced rim (2). Lot: 86 An Eastern copper and silver inlaid circular lidded box and an Eastern brass dish, also a brass rectangular trivet, figure of a camel and dish in the form of a running boar (5). Estimate: Lot: 87 An Eastern twin handled pewter tea caddy decorated with dragons, seal marks to base, height 22cm. Lot: 90 An early 20th century Shaw's lamp, by Holtzapffel & Co, London. Lot: 91 An interesting carriage warmer marked M Wright & Sons, Matlock Bank, two others, a copper kettle etc. Lot: 92 A 19th century copper tankard, relief decorated with a band of dancing figures, the hinged lid with inscription below "Somerset LT Tournament Won By HR Lloyd", height 18cm. Lot: 93 A 19th century brass footman with pierced decoration. Lot: 94 Two wooden handled copper warming pans and three copper coal scuttles (5). Lot: 95 A mixed lot of brass including five horse brasses, two brass jam pans and a brass kettle stand (8). Lot: 95A A brass framed firescreen, the screen containing an arrangement of dried flowers. Lot: 96 A mixed lot of assorted metalware, mainly copper and hammered pewter. Lot: 97 A brass tray, an electroplated tray, a copper plaque, two copper hunting horns, a wooden slide box and a mother of pearl inlaid cigarette box (7). 5 of 42

7 Lot: 98 A copper samovar, a copper carriage warmer, a leather railway token bag and a leather cart horse harness with brass mounts (4). Lot: 99 A pair of unusual brass articulated candlesticks, height 24cm. Lot: 100 A copper and brass ship's oil lantern, labelled "Stern". Lot: 101 A set of vintage brass postal scales on a wooden base, with original weights. Lot: 102 Three brass Salter spring balance scales (3). Estimate: Lot: 103 A Victorian pewter ice cream mould. Lot: 104 A Continental pewter oval tray, decorated in relief with a heraldic design, 25 x 18cm. Lot: 105 An antique pewter dish with wriggle work engraving, bears the initials IG, probably 17th century, diameter 36cm. Lot: 106 A rare Nordic pewter Suppentoft, identified as the work of master pewterer Conrad Reincke of Tronheim, Norway, height 16cm. A sample of his work is in the Nordic Museum in Stockholm. Estimate: Lot: 107 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter three piece tea service, designed by Archibald Knox, no.0231, comprising teapot with leather handle, sugar bowl and milk jug (3) (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 108 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter teapot with woven cane handle, no Lot: 109 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter hot water jug with woven cane handle, no Lot: 110 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter sugar bowl and cream jug, no.0232 (2). Lot: 111 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter twin handled sugar bowl and cream jug, no.0352 (2). Lot: 112 An Arts and Crafts pewter tray, length 55cm, also a pewter toast rack and a pewter tazza (3). Lot: 113 An Art Nouveau pewter twin handled vase. Lot: 114 An Arts and Crafts copper tray by Hugh Wallis, depicting a ship, length 50cm. Lot: 115 An Arts and Crafts copper tray by Hugh Wallis, length 44cm. Lot: 116 An Arts and Crafts hammered copper jug with stylised fish handle. Lot: 117 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter kettle designed by Archibald Knox. Lot: 118 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter teapot designed by Archibald Knox, number indistinct. Lot: 119 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter candlestick designed by Archibald Knox, no.022. Estimate: Lot: of 42

8 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter "Guernsey Creamer" with woven cane handle, design no.218. Lot: 121 A Kayserzinn Art Nouveau pewter bowl designed by Hugo Leven. Lot: 122 A hammered copper and brass salt, also a copper planter by Hayle, decorated with animals and a perpetual calendar with engraved monogram for "Heintz Art Metal Shop" (3). Lot: 123 An Arts and Crafts embossed copper and pewter rectangular panel, 49 x 96cm, framed. Lot: 124 An Arts and Crafts brass ewer of circular tapering form, with wooden handle, height 30cm. Lot: 125 An Arts and Crafts embossed copper framed rectangular wall mirror with bevelled plate, 61 x 30.5cm. Lot: 126 An Art Nouveau English pewter crumb tray, probably designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co, no.0532, width 24cm. Lot: 127 A WMF electroplated centrepiece, the clear glass liner on a pierced electroplated base, no.491, width 23cm. Lot: 128 A small Newlyn copper dish decorated with a fish, diameter 8cm, stamped Newlyn, also a small Keswick brass circular dish stamped WH Mawson, diameter 10cm and a hammered pewter oval dish by Hugh Wallis, width 23.5cm (3). Lot: 129 An Art Nouveau brass photograph frame with twin apertures and floral decoration, on easel stand, marked Depose, width 29cm, height 23cm. Lot: 130 A Keswick School of Industrial Arts copper rectangular twin handled galleried tray, stamped KSIA, 66 x 24cm (Illustrated). Lot: 131 A Keswick School of Industrial Arts brass rectangular galleried tray, with embossed floral decoration, stamped KSIA, 46 x 36cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 132 An Art Nouveau brass twin handled tray and an Art Nouveau copper shaped oval tray, 46 x 33cm (2). Estimate: Lot: 133 An Art Nouveau pewter basket with blue glass liner and a small quantity of blue glass including a salt with metal mounts, preserve jar with metal lid and two pairs of sauce pots in wire handled baskets. Lot: 134 An Art Nouveau plated inkstand with matching inkwell and blotter, also another plated inkstand with two glass inkwells (2). Lot: 135 A pair of Art Deco cast metal book ends in the form of stylised horses, height 18cm. Lot: 136 An Art Nouveau electroplated dish, with pierced handles and sinuous floral decoration, 32 x 26cm. Lot: 137 An Arts and Crafts firescreen, the hammered brass screen flanked by two highland cattle horns mounted on a wooden base. Lot: 138 An Arts and Crafts copper and brass circular lidded log bin, also a brass log bin with embossed decoration. Lot: 139 Ten pewter tankards, including a Tudric pewter example, also a pair of pewter candlesticks. Lot: 139A An Art Nouveau leather covered oak rectangular box, the lid decorated with profile portrait of a female, width 18.5cm. 7 of 42

9 Lot: 140 An Art Nouveau opalescent glass square inkwell with hinged brass lid. Lot: 140A A pair of Art Deco wall lights, the ornate copper frames with frosted glass shades in the style of Lalique, also an Art Deco three branch hanging light with two shades (Illustrated). Lot: 141 A French Arrers opalescent glass shallow nut dish in the style of Lalique, decorated with foliage, diameter 24cm. Lot: 141A An Art Deco style frosted amber glass vase, relief moulded with birds in flight, height 23.5cm. Lot: 142 A blue coloured "Lassi" vase made by Riihimaki, Finland, designed by Tamara Aladin, height 20cm. Lot: 143 A clear Scruff cut glass vase signed by Bengt Edenfalk, height 24cm. Lot: 144 A clear glass orchid vase by Timo Sarpaneva, with a blown globular chamber to one side. Lot: 145 A Moser clear glass vase, height 20.5cm. Lot: 146 Four West Germany Art pottery vases, also a loop handled West German pottery vase (5). Lot: 147 Nine pieces of 60's/70's West Germany Studio pottery of various forms and sizes (9). Lot: 148 A West Germany Art pottery jug with blue lava effect, also a similar vase (2). Lot: 149 A large West Germany Art pottery vase with ribbed body and red banded glaze decoration, height 41cm, also a similar jug with loop handle, height 41cm and two smaller pieces of red glazed Studio pottery (4). Lot: 150 A pair of Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern vases, height 20cm, also two smaller vases in the same style (4). Lot: 151 Two pairs of Czechoslovakian pottery "Alien" pattern (4). Lot: 152 Two pairs of Czechoslovakian pottery "Alien" pattern vases (4). Lot: 153 Five Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern vases of varying height and form. Lot: 154 Six pieces of Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern pottery, including a tazza, a pair of squat twin handled vases etc. Lot: 155 Five pieces of Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern pottery of varying form and size. Lot: 156 Three pieces of Czechoslovakian pottery with peach coloured iridescent glaze. Lot: 157 Five pieces of Czechoslovakian Studio pottery, decorated with a dribble pattern on a blue ground and three with polychrome glaze (8). Lot: 158 Six West Germany Studio pottery vases of varying form and height. 8 of 42

10 Lot: 159 Six pieces of West Germany Studio pottery including a loop handled vase with red lava pattern etc. Lot: 160 Seven pieces of Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern pottery including two pairs of vases (7). Lot: 161 Four pieces of Czechoslovakian "Alien" pattern pottery. Lot: 162 Three pieces of Czechoslovakian Studio pottery including two in the "Alien" pattern style. Lot: 163 Four pieces of Czechoslovakian Studio pottery. Lot: 164 A West Germany Studio pottery vase with orange lava effect, height 33cm, also a matching bowl and a square Studio pottery vase with red lava effect bearing a label "Topeko" (3). Lot: 165 A West Germany Studio pottery vase of rectangular form with red lava effect, height 48cm. Lot: 166 Four pieces of Studio pottery with polychrome decoration (4). Lot: 167 Five pieces of West Germany Studio pottery, also two Studio pottery vases (7). Lot: 168 Seven pieces of West Germany Studio glazed pottery and another, of varying form and size (8). Lot: 169 Three pieces of Czechoslovakian pottery including a slender hand painted ewer, height 39cm, also a twin handled vase in the "Alien" pattern and a tazza with dribble glaze on a red ground. Lot: 170 A large West Germany Studio pottery vase decorated with red lava effect, height 45cm. Lot: 171 A large West Germany Studio pottery vase of tapering form, decorated with sailing boats on an orange ground, height 50cm. Lot: 172 Nine various Studio pottery polychrome vases and jugs. Lot: 173 Four West Germany Studio pottery floor vases, also another (5). Lot: 174 Three West Germany Studio pottery window jugs and three vases (6). Lot: 175 Five Studio pottery window vases. Lot: 176 Four Studio pottery window vases and two large Studio pottery loop handled jugs. Lot: 177 A 1970's Studio pottery vase of tapering form with incised abstract design, height 45cm, also three West Germany Studio pottery window vases (4). Lot: 178 Six pieces of Belgian Studio pottery. Lot: 179 Five pieces of Belgian Studio pottery of various forms and sizes. Lot: 180 A near pair of West Germany Art Studio pottery vases decorated with an abstract silver glaze on a blue ground, also another similar vase (3). Lot: of 42

11 Seven pieces of West Germany Red Lava Art pottery, of various forms and sizes (7). Lot: 182 Seven pieces of West Germany Art pottery vases of varying heights and form, with banded glaze (7). Lot: 183 Five pieces of West Germany Art pottery and West Germany style pottery, of various forms and sizes. Lot: 184 Eight pieces of Studio pottery, including some German examples. Estimate: Lot: 185 A pair of Achatit Art Deco style figural wall masks, modelled as children, height 16cm. Lot: 186 An Art Nouveau pottery circular plaque by Louis Hasey, decorated with a galleon at sea within a stylised wave border, signed, diameter 26cm. Louis Hasey ( ) was a well known Art Nouveau artist and illuminator (Illustrated). Lot: 191 A pair of Art Nouveau Amphora vases, shape no.2146, height 24cm, also the matching bowl (af) (3). Lot: 192 An Art Nouveau blue and white jardinire on stand, height 96cm, diameter 33cm. Lot: 193 An Art Nouveau twin handled vase with gilt and tubelined decoration, height 24.5cm. Lot: 194 A Moorcroft pottery squat vase decorated in the Flamingo design, height 10cm. Estimate: Lot: 195 A pair of Moorcroft pottery candlesticks decorated in the Wisteria design, height 20.5cm, also the matching tray, length 33cm (3) (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 196 A Moorcroft pottery bowl decorated in the Magnolia design on a blue ground, diameter 18cm. Lot: 187 A group of Nymolle Danish ceramics, designed by Bjorn Wiinblad comprising Four Seasons plates, two circular plaques, a jar and a dish (8). Lot: 188 A Gouda "Massa" vase of baluster form, height 27cm, a pair of Radford vases, height 17cm, a Gray's pottery jug, Carlton china crested vase, Poole preserve jar with lid, Royal Winton posy bowl and a Studio pottery vase (8). Lot: 189 A large Art Nouveau Royal Dux centrepiece, the shaped oval bowl supported by two maidens, shape no.1823, height 47.5cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 190 A Royal Dux figure of a bird and a girl carrying a jug, height 22cm (chip to jug). Lot: 197 A Moorcroft pottery oval bowl decorated in the Hibiscus design on a green ground, length 23cm. Lot: 198 A Moorcroft pottery vase of baluster form, decorated in the Magnolia design on a blue ground, height 11cm. Lot: 199 A Moorcroft pottery vase of baluster form decorated in the Magnolia design on a blue ground, height 9.5cm. Lot: 200 A small Moorcroft oval vase decorated with the Anemone design on a green ground, height 6cm, also an unusual pair of Moorcroft cruet pots (3). Lot: 201 A Moorcroft pottery Golden Jubilee squat vase designed by Emma Bossons, height 16cm. 10 of 42

12 Estimate: Lot: 202 A brown glazed experimental Moorcroft pottery bowl, the base stamped Moorcroft, Burslem, Made in England. height 15cm. Lot: 203 A small Macintyre & Co Aurelian ware bowl, diameter 7cm. Lot: 204 A Minton vase designed by Leon Victor Solon, decorated with relief moulded stylised peacock, shape 3378, date code for 1914, height 28cm. Estimate: Lot: 205 A Foley Intarsio jardinire, pattern 3214, decorated with Art Nouveau motifs on a green ground, diameter 13cm (Illustrated). Lot: 206 Four pieces of 1930's Shelley pottery, with ribbed design and banded blue glaze. (4). Lot: 207 Two 1930's Shelley vases of ribbed form with yellow banded decoration (2). A 1930's Shelley pottery preserve jar and cover of ribbed design with banded decoration, also a Shelley pottery bowl with dribble glaze and a similar vase ~(3). Lot: 213 A 1930's Shelley pottery planter decorated with dribble glaze. Lot: 214 A Shelley bone china white glazed tea service, comprising six cups and saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl, also a Shelley banded jar (15). Estimate: Lot: 215 A Shelley hot water jug, shape no , pattern no.11576/8, height 16cm. Lot: 216 A Wedgwood dragon lustre bowl Z4831, diameter 9.5cm, also a pair of George Jones plates decorated in gilt with fish on a blue ground, diameter 22cm (3). Lot: 216A A Wemyss flared cylindrical vase painted with apples, height 15.5cm, also a later preserve jar painted with pears, marked G Hill Pottery Wemyss to base, with a plated spoon, height 9cm (2). Lot: 208 Three pieces of 1930's Shelley pottery with ribbed design and banded decoration (3). Lot: 209 Four pieces of 1930's Shelley pottery of ribbed form with banded decoration (4). Lot: 210 Three pieces of 1930's Shelley pottery, ribbed form with dribble glaze, comprising two jugs and a bowl (3). Lot: 211 A 1930's Shelley pottery bowl with ribbed design and green banded decoration, also a 1930's Shelley pottery vase of ribbed design, decorated in the Melody pattern (2). Lot: 212 Lot: 217 Three Art Deco Myott pottery hand painted jugs (3). Lot: 218 Three Art Deco Myott pottery hand painted jugs (3). Lot: 219 Three Art Deco Myott pottery hand painted jugs, also a Myott cup and saucer. Lot: 220 Two Art Deco Myott pottery hand painted jugs, also two Myott pottery vases of varying sizes and a Brentleigh Ware painted vase (5). Lot: 220A A Myott Art Deco hand painted vase, height 21cm, also a pair of Continental Art Nouveau vases, height 15.5cm (3). 11 of 42

13 Lot: 221 Two decorative hand painted Wade Heath pottery jugs and a Burleigh Ware jug, also a Wade Heath pottery vase (4). Lot: 222 A Wiltshaw & Robinson Carltonware Kang-Hsi temple jar with cover with chinoiserie decoration, height 32cm. Lot: 223 Two Carltonware "Rouge Royale" dishes, also a Portmeirion pottery shallow bowl designed by Susan Williams-Ellis (3). and Sons footed bowl, lidded rectangular box and a Hancock and Sons Rubens ware biscuit barrel with plated rim and handle (4). Lot: 231 A pair of Thomas Forester & Sons Trogon ware vases of baluster form, decorated with a parrot amongst trees and foliage on a blue ground, height 25.5cm, also a similar vase of ovoid form, height 13.5cm (3). Lot: 232 A Thomas Forester & Sons Ronda ware vase of shouldered tapering form, decorated with birds amongst foliage, height 29cm. Lot: 224 A mixed lot of Carltonware, including a lidded ginger jar with gilt and enamel decoration on a blue ground, a lidded pot with gilt and enamel decoration on a dark blue ground, a lidded ginger jar with floral decoration on a white ground, and a vase painted with dragonflies and gilt decoration (4). Lot: 225 A Carltonware "Rouge Royale" six setting coffee service, comprising cups and saucers, lidded sugar bowl, milk jug and coffee pot (lid af). Lot: 226 Five pieces of Carltonware "Rouge Royale" including a pair of stem vases, a vase of tapering form and two shallow bowls (5). Lot: 227 A Carltonware vase of baluster form, decorated with polychrome and gilt decoration of a pagoda scene on a black ground, height 26cm, also a similar vase (2). Lot: 228 A collection of S.Hancock and Sons' Rubens ware, including a vase, height 24.5cm, a jug, a pair of hexagonal vases and another vase (5). Lot: 229 Four pieces of Royal Stanley ware comprising a bowl, jug, bulbous vase and another (4). Lot: 230 A Corona ware "Cherry-Ripe" bowl, diameter 22cm, a Hancock Lot: 233 A large Chameleon ware vase of shouldered tapering form, decorated with a mixed 1930's floral design, height 38cm Lot: 234 A Cranston pottery vase with tubelined decoration, height 22cm, also a Delton ware jug with painted decoration, height 24cm (2). Lot: 235 A pair of tubelined decorated tiles depicting Dutch figures, approx 14.5 x 14.5cm, both framed (2). Lot: 235A An Arts and Crafts earthenware vase decorated with sunflowers and armorial "Pro Patria Mori", after Elton, height 19cm. Lot: 236 A Gibson & Sons Ceres ware bowl in the Sheila pattern, height 13cm. Lot: 237 A Clarice Cliff Newport pottery vase, decorated with moulded trees and butterflies, height 15cm. Lot: 238 A graduated set of three Midwinter "Larry The Lamb" figures, height of tallest 20cm (one lacking flower). Lot: of 42

14 Two Poole pottery bowls with impressed stamps to base, also a Poole pottery hors d'oeuvre tray (3). Lot: 240 Three pieces of Poole Studio pottery, including two vases, circular lidded dish and a bowl (4). Lot: 241 A Poole pottery vase with ribbed body, also four Poole pottery bulbous vases (5). Lot: 241A Six pieces of Radford pottery comprising two jugs, one square jug with hand painted trees, two ewers and an oval tubular dish. Lot: 242 An Art Deco hexagonal Noritake bowl, a Poole Delphis plate, a Bretby vase and a pair of Compton ware vases with hallmarked silver rims (5). Lot: 243 A large Studio pottery charger decorated with fish, initials AJB to base, diameter 41.5cm. Lot: 243A An unusual Studio pottery stoneware vase with three slender tapering receptacles. Lot: 244 A Langley stoneware vase of baluster form, decorated with foliate design, height 30cm, also two smaller similar vases (3). Lot: 245 A Fielding's & Co "Nile" jardinire with Art Nouveau decoration, height 13.5cm, also a green ground jardinire, probably Eichwald (2). Lot: 246 A Crown Ducal charger designed by Charlotte Rhead, pattern 6016, signed to base, diameter 31cm. Lot: 247 A Grays pottery jug designed by Susie Cooper, height 10cm. Lot: 247A A green glazed jug by Susie Cooper decorated with horse and squirrel, also a Crown Corona jug, a Poole pottery vase with foliate design and a Midwinter butter dish (4). Lot: 248 A six setting coffee service by Susie Cooper, decorated with pink stars, with gilded rims and handles. Lot: 249 An Art Deco plant Tuscan six setting tea service, comprising cups, saucers, plates, bowl and jug. Lot: 250 A mixed lot of ceramics comprising a Wedgwood mug by Keith Murray, a Corona ware vase with lustre glaze, a Royal Doulton vase with floral decoration and a pair of Burleigh vases with lustre glaze (5). Lot: 251 Four Lorna Bailey figures of cats, height of each approx 13cm Lot: 252 A pair of vintage erotic pin trays, stamped to base. Lot: 253 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in blue and green with abstract design, c.1930, height 23cm. Lot: 254 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase with tapering body and circular spreading base, in a mottled turquoise blue glaze, c.1920, height 24cm. Estimate: Lot: 255 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock, decorated in brown, green and blue with fish amongst turbulent waves, year symbol 1934, height 18.5cm (Illustrated). Lot: 256 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of shouldered cylindrical form by WS Mycock, decorated in green and blue with fish emerging from a choppy sea, year symbol 1932, height 26cm (Illustrated). Lot: of 42

15 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of globular form by WS Mycock, incised with bold scroll forms of green and outlined in dark blue, height 17cm. Estimate: Lot: 258 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of shouldered cylindrical form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in greens with an abstract design, c.1930, height 14.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 259 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of compressed cylindrical form by WS Mycock, sgraffito decorated with a frieze of heart shaped leaves, year symbol 1931, height 15cm. Lot: 260 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of squat form by WS Mycock and J.I., sgraffito carved with birds in flight amongst foliage, covered in a pale pink/dark pink glaze, year symbol 1928, height 12cm. Estimate: Lot: 261 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by Richard Joyce, the centre with a leaping gazelle amongst fronded foliage, c.1930, diameter 21cm. Estimate: Lot: 262 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by Gwladys Rodgers, banded in ochre with a flamb design of heart shaped leaves, dated 1913, P mark, height 14cm. Estimate: Lot: 263 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glaze circular plaque by WS Mycock, decorated with coat of arms with motto "Cultores Veritiatis Fraudis Inimici", dated 1918, diameter 33.5cm (Illustrated). Estimate: , Lot: 264 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of waisted form and octagonal section by WS Mycock, decorated with lustre and flamb with overall fruit and vine design against streaked blue reserves, year symbol 1918, height 24cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 265 A small Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery circular shallow lustre bowl by WS Mycock, decorated with a Baghdad foliate design against orange red reserves, year symbol 1916, diameter 12cm (slight blister). Estimate: Lot: 266 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, horizontally ribbed and painted in greens with an abstract leaf design, c.1930, height 17cm. Lot: 267 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery swollen cylindrical vase by Richard Joyce, moulded in lower relief with fish amongst weeds, covered in an overall lustre, c.1920, incised name (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 268 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of swollen ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in blue and green with an abstract design, c.1930, height 18cm. Estimate: Lot: 269 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tile with tubelined farmhouse and tree design with black beaded edge, moulded P mark, 15 x 15cm. Estimate: Lot: 270 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tile with tubelined farmhouse and tree design with black beaded edge, 10 x 10cm. Estimate: Lot: 271 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tile with tubelined galleon design and black beaded edge, 10 x 10cm. Estimate: Lot: 272 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of shouldered cylindrical form by WS Mycock, sgraffito decorated with frieze of fronded leaves, year symbol for Lot: 273 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of swollen ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, banded in alternating blue, green and grey, c.1930, height 22cm. Lot: 274 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis shouldered cylindrical vase by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in blue and green with frieze of stylised leaves, c.1930, height 27cm. Lot: 275 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in green with a broad band of spear 14 of 42

16 shaped leaves, c.1930, height 30cm. Lot: 276 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of compressed cylindrical form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in ochre and green with trailed abstract design, c.1930, height 11cm. Estimate: Lot: 277 A pair of Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery slip cast bookends by David Evans, modelled as sleeping gazelles, c.1920, length 17cm (Illustrated). Lot: 278 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery shallow circular bowl by WS Mycock and T Radford, the interior dark lustred frieze of five birds in flight against reserves of mottled orange flambe, dated 1929, diameter 27cm. Estimate: Lot: 279 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre and flamb vase, the body moulded in relief with ornate embossed motifs, dated 1909, P mark, height 12cm, diameter 16cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 280 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery cylindrical vase with compressed base, twin loop handles and tall neck covered with a flamb lustrous glaze, dated 1909, P mark, height 22.5cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 281 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of organic moulded form with crimpled top rim, covered overall in a streaked blue green glaze, dated 1906, P mark, height 17cm. Estimate: Lot: 282 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of shouldered type by WS Mycock, incised with a spiral top lobed abstract design of cornflowers, year symbol 1933, height 17cm. Estimate: Lot: 283 A shallow Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery circular bowl by WS Mycock and ET Radford, the interior decorated with a fronded leaf and orange flowerhead design against overall flamb reserves, year symbol 1929, diameter 23cm. Lot: 284 An unusual Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by J.W., covered overall in a blue glaze and banded in gilt with fronded leaves and florets, decorators monogram JW, dated 1949 for the gilding, height 23cm. Estimate: Lot: 285 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in green and blue with an allover leaf design, c.1930, height 13cm. Estimate: Lot: 286 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in green with abstract leaf design falling from the shoulders on ivory, c.1930, height 14cm. Lot: 287 A large Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of swollen cylindrical form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in blue and green with stylised leaves, c.1930, height 36cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 288 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in green, blue and yellow ochre and decorated with a frieze of stylised leaves, c.1930, height 24cm. Estimate: Lot: 289 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery jade green vase, probably by WS Mycock, incised with fish leaping above scrolling waves, c.1930, height 16cm. Lot: 290 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl by WS Mycock, the centre with a chameleon type reptile on a fronded leaf, year symbol for 1932, diameter 21.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 291 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery circular plate with Tudric pewter base, diameter 22cm. Lot: 292 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery ovoid vase by Richard Joyce, incised signature, incise moulded with a frieze of ducks within a pond scape, c.1925, height 20cm (top rim restored). Estimate: Lot: of 42

17 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis footed bowl by WS Mycock, the centre decorated with a seagull in flight above breaking waves, year symbol 1933, diameter 24cm. Estimate: Lot: 294 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis wall plaque by WS Mycock, the centre incised with a man-of-war at sea, year symbol 1933, diameter 29.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 295 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis circular wall plaque, incised with a fish amongst turbulent waves beneath a gull in pursuit, c.1930, diameter 26cm (Illustrated). Lot: 296 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl by WS Mycock, the centre incised with a man-of-war in choppy seas and detailed in charcoal, year symbol 1933, diameter 21cm. Estimate: Lot: 297 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery compressed circular bowl by WS Mycock, sgraffito decorated with bands of scroll and chequer in kingfisher blue against sea green reserves, year symbol 1929, diameter 17cm. Estimate: Lot: 302 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of tapering cylindrical form by Richard Joyce, incised with multiple flutes, c.1930, height 19.5cm. Lot: 303 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, painted in blue with an allover floral design, c.1930, height 22cm. Lot: 304 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bottle vase by Gwladys Rodgers, with bulbous base and painted with an allover design of pendant berry branches, c.1930, height 13cm. Lot: 305 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock, sgraffito decorated with frieze of palmettes, year symbol 1932, height 13.5cm. Lot: 306 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery cylindrical lapis vase by Gwladys Rodgers, decorated with stylised waves in blue and detailed in grey against green reserves, c.1930, height 25cm. Lot: 298 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in black on the interior with bands of overlapping leaves and starburst against orange vermilion reserves, c.1930, diameter 11cm. Lot: 299 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery ladies dressing table set, comprising rectangular tray, bowl and cover and a pair of lobed candlesticks, all in a mottled tan glaze, c.1930, length of tray 32.5cm. Lot: 300 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis posy bowl by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in blue and green with a radiating spiral motif, c.1930, diameter 15cm. Lot: 301 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis tazza by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, decorated with a band of stylised leaves, c.1930, diameter 28cm. Lot: 307 A collection of eight various Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery monochrome and lapis wares, dated 1920 to 1970 (8). Estimate: Lot: 308 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock, sgraffito decorated with frieze of stylised flowerheads and overall sea green glaze, year symbol 1932, height 17cm. Estimate: Lot: 309 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl and cover by Gwladys Rodgers, the cover painted with an overlapping abstract flowerhead design against a mottled grey/green glaze, c.1930, diameter 15cm. Lot: 310 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis circular wall plate by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in green and blue with band of leaves, c.1930, diameter 21cm. Lot: 311 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery cylindrical vase of tapering 16 of 42

18 and shouldered form, decorated with a flower and leaf frieze against a mottled blue transmutation glaze, c.1920, height 14cm (Illustrated). Estimate: A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by Richard Joyce, with overall lustre design of fruiting vine and trellis, height 29cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 312 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery shallow bowl, the interior with a lustre and flamb symmetrical design of a stylised flowerhead, diameter 21.5cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 313 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery George VI Coronation wall plaque by WS Mycock, diameter 24cm. Lot: 314 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, with blue, green and yellow glaze, diameter 13cm. Lot: 315 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by Gwladys Rodgers, with lustre design of orange fruits on a green ground, height 7cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 316 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by WS Mycock, decorated with the Aztec design under a brown and yellow glaze, c.1930, height 22cm. Estimate: Lot: 317 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by WS Mycock, decorated with an abstract design under a brown glaze, height 14cm. Lot: 318 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock, with incised blue stylised floral design, year mark 1936, height 19cm. Estimate: Lot: 319 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery celadon glazed wall plaque, decorated in relief with a gull and fish, diameter 27cm. Lot: 320 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase, decorated in deep blue glaze with foliage, c.1910, height 25cm. Estimate: Lot: 321 Lot: 322 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by WS Mycock, decorated with a fish motif and overall celadon glaze, height 15cm. Estimate: Lot: 323 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase with flamb lustre glaze, P mark, height 10cm (Illustrated). Lot: 324 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tall green vase of tapering form, with floral decoration, height 27cm. Estimate: Lot: 325 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock, painted in green with "Aztec" design, c.1930, height 21cm. Estimate: Lot: 326 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl by WS Mycock, the blue glaze incised with swirling design, diameter 21cm. Estimate: Lot: 327 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by WS Mycock and ET Radford, decorated with a black design over a blue ground, c.1930, height 19.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 328 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, decorated with yellow and cream streaked design, c.1930, height 22cm. Lot: 329 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tile with tubelined peacock and foliage, 20 x 20cm, framed. Lot: 330 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery pink vase, decorated with overlapping design, c.1930, height 17.5cm. Estimate: Lot: of 42

19 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis plate by Gwladys Rodgers, painted in grey and green with a spiral motif, c.1930, diameter 20.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 332 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, the frieze decorated with green slanting design, diameter 15cm. Estimate: Lot: 333 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase, decorated with a faint floral design, c.1930, height 11cm. Lot: 334 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed vase by R Joyce, the body decorated with griffins over an orange lustre glaze, height 19cm. Estimate: Lot: 335 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery cream glazed wall pocket of fluted tapering form, length 20cm. Lot: 336 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery pale green wall pocket of fluted tapering form, length 20cm. Lot: 337 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of cylindrical form by WS Mycock, decorated in green and blue with floral panels, height 16cm. Estimate: Lot: 338 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase by WS Mycock, covered in orange vermilion against brown, c.1930, height 11cm. Lot: 339 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by R Joyce, decorated with blue fish against a grey ground, height 14cm. Lot: 340 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by R Joyce, decorated in brown and grey with "Aztec" design, c.1930, diameter 23cm. A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery green glaze vase, dated 1915, height 15cm. Estimate: Lot: 342 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers, decorated in green, yellow and grey, c.1930, height 14cm. Lot: 343 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery orange cake plate with Tudric pewter base, diameter 20cm. Estimate: Lot: 344 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery tazza by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, the inside decorated with brown and green glaze, c.1930, diameter 24cm. Lot: 345 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery shallow bowl by Gwladys Rodgers, the inside decorated with blue, green, yellow and grey glaze, c.1930, diameter 25.5cm. Estimate: Lot: 346 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery wall plaque by WS Mycock, decorated with a cockatoo, c.1930, diameter 36cm (Illustrated). Lot: 347 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis bowl by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, with turquoise and cream glaze, c.1930, diameter 13cm. Lot: 348 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery flamb lustre glazed vase of squat ovoid form, height 13cm. Estimate: Lot: 349 A large Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lapis vase by Gwladys Rodgers, decorated with turquoise and blue spear design against a grey ground, height 37cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 350 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by WS Mycock, the inside decorated with incised green floral design, c.1930, diameter 21cm. Estimate: Lot: of 42

20 Lot: 351 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery green glazed vase, dated 1911, height 9cm. Lot: 352 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed bowl by Gwladys Rodgers, the inside with chequered design, the outside decorated with red lustre, diameter 14.5cm (Illustrated). Lot: 353 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by Eric Bridges, the inside decorated with three circular discs of flowers, c.1950, diameter 23cm. Lot: 354 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery vase of ovoid form by Gwladys Rodgers, decorated in black on a green ground, height 20cm. Reference in Royal Lancastrian Pottery, A Lomax (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 355 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl by Gwladys Rodgers and ET Radford, with curled rim, diameter 11.5cm. Lot: 356 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed tazza by WS Mycock, decorated with black foliage on yellow ground, dated 1925, diameter 20cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 357 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed footed bowl by WS Mycock, decorated with gold foliage on a blue ground (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 358 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed vase by Gwladys Rodgers, with floral gold decoration on a blue ground, height 8.5cm (Illustrated). Estimate: Lot: 359 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery lustre glazed vase by CE Cundall, the body decorated with alternating panels of birds and foliage, height 19.5cm (af). Lot: 360 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery onion vase by Gwladys Rodgers, decorated with green webbing pattern, height 13.5cm. Lot: 361 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery bowl decorated with fiery orange glaze, diameter 22cm. Lot: 362 A Pilkington's Lancastrian pottery orange vermilion vase, height 11.5cm. Lot: 363 Six Royal Crown Derby Imari dinner plates, pattern 1128, diameter 27cm (6). Lot: 364 A quantity of Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern, including four side plates, diameter 21cm, a cup and saucer, pin tray and an egg with stand, pattern 1128 (9). Lot: 365 A Royal Crown Derby Imari plate, diameter 27cm. Lot: 366 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight in the form of a seahorse, with silver stopper, also a Royal Crown Derby paperweight in the form of a penguin, lacking stopper (2). Lot: 367 A Royal Crown Derby plate pattern 1128, diameter 32cm, a set of three smaller Royal Crown Derby plates, pattern 2451 also a set of three Davenport Imari cups with two saucers and three side plates (one af) (12). Estimate: Lot: 368 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight in the form of a bird, with silver stopper, boxed. Lot: 369 A Royal Worcester twin handled pot with floral decoration over a blush ivory ground, no.867, height 9.5cm. Lot: 370 A pair of Locke & Co Worcester vases, height 12cm, also the matching jardinire (3). Lot: of 42