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A Royal Worcester Limited Edition Figurine Titled "Boxer" By K Potts.
A very well modelled Royal Worcester limited edition porcelain figurine titled "Boxer" by Kenneth Potts, numbered 47 of 250.
Measuring approximately 9,3/4"tall x 7.3/4"wide x 6"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1978 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration with only the gilding line around the top rim of the rectangular base showing slight signs of wear.
Ref: 12787UEC
Price: £275
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A Royal Worcester Miniature Trinket Pot And Cover.
An attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain trinket pot and cover, the cover with nicely painted BlueTit (?) decoration and the pot with summer flowers.
Measuring approximately 1,3/8"diameter x 7/8"high, the lid has the puce factory stamp for 1897 whilst the pot is unmarked, and both are in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12764ME
Price: £45
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A Royal Worcester Figurine Of A Seated Fox By D. Lindner.
A well detailed Royal Worcester porcelain figurine of a seated fox, modelled by the specialist artist Doris Lindner.
Measuring approximately 7.1/2"tall x 3.1/2"wide x 4.1/4"deep, it has the black factory stamp for circa 1975 and is in excellent condition with no damage, chips, crazing or restoration.
Ref: 12782UDL
Price: £295
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Two Royal Worcester Miniature Pot Lids.
Two Royal Worcester miniature trinket pot lids, one with rose and foliage painted decoration and the other with a robin perched on a branch.
The rose painted lid measures approximately 36mm diameter to fit a pot of around 25mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1898, the robin painted lid measures 34mm diameter to fit a pot of around 26mm inside diameter, and has the puce factory stamp for 1925. They are both in good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and apart from a tiny area of less than 1mm at roughly 20 minutes past the hour on the rim of the rose painted lid, the gilding is bright and without losses.
Ref: 12765/6 CM
Price: £24
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Vase By Freeman, 1960.
A Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number H307, decorated with painted plums and black and red cherries against a mossy background by John Freeman.
Standing approximately 7.3/4"tall x 3.3/4"diameter, it has the black factory stamp for 1960 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and has no losses.
Ref: 12752 BRC
Price: £595
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A George III SIlver Meat Skewer, London 1814.
A George III solid silver meat skewer with ring terminal and original crest.
Measuring approximately 12"long x 1"wide at the terminal, it is hallmarked for London 1814 by William Eley and William Fearn, and bears an original crest to the reverse. Other than the hallmarks being rubbed but legible, the skewer is in very good condition with no damage or solder repairs and the blade is straight and flat.
Ref: 12685 UCU
Price: £165
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A Royal Worcester Rose Painted Vase Date 1910.
An attractively shaped Royal Worcester vase, shape number H285B which is listed as uncommon, painted with yellow and pink Hadley style rose decoration.
Measuring approximately 5.1/4"tall x 3.1/4"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1910 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows very few signs of wear.
Ref: 12407 LB
Price: £88
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A Royal Worcester Fruit Painted Bowl By T. Lockyer.
An attractive Royal Worcester porcelain bowl, the exterior decorated in mottled blue and the interior with superbly painted apples and black grapes against a mossy background by Thomas Lockyer.
Measuring approximately 5.1/4"diameter x 2"deep, it has the puce factory stamp for 1921 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows only the slightest signs of wear.
Ref: 12751 URC
Price: £325
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A Silver Pin Cushion In The Form Of The Coronation Throne, Birmingham 1901.
A small solid silver pin cushion, modelled as the throne used in the Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey of King Edward VII in 1901/1902.
Measuring approximately 1.5/8"tall x 7/8"wide x 1/2"deep and retaining its original cushion, it has well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1901 by Gourdel, Vales & Co and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs.
NB. This is the smaller of the two shown in picture 4.
Ref: 12732 UCC
Price: £165
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A Royal Worcester Chaffinch(?) Painted Pin Dish.
A small Royal Worcester porcelain pin dish, with a well painted picture of a Chaffinch perched in foliage, unsigned but probably the work of specialist painter William Powell.
Measuring approximately 4"diameter x 3/4"deep, it has the puce factory stamp for 1929 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding shows only slight signs of wear.
Ref: 12709 MC
Price: £44
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A Royal Worcester Bowl With Wren Painted Decoration By J. Allen.
A Royal Worcester porcelain sugar(?) bowl, decorated with a very well painted picture of a Wren perched in foliage by the specialist painter James Allen.
Measuring approximately 3.7/8"diameter x 2.3/8"tall, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1940 and apart from some relatively light crazing under the base and inside the rim, it is in good condition with no damage or restoration.
Ref: 12708 RC
Price: £75
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A Royal Worcester Blush-Ivory, Flower Painted Bowl.
A Royal Worcester blush-ivory porcelain sugar(?) bowl, with nicely painted summer flower and foliage decoration.

Measuring approximately 4"diameter x 2.3/8"deep, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1901 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and shows virtually no signs of wear.
Ref: 12705 BC
Price: £54
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A Royal Worcester Rose Painted Vase, 1909.
A small and attractive, Royal Worcester porcelain vase, shape number F112, decorated with well painted "Hadley" style roses and foliage.
Measuring approximately 3.3/4"tall x 2.3/4"diameter, it has the dark green factory stamp for 1909 and is in very good condition with no damage, crazing or restoration and the gilding is bright and virtually without wear.
Ref: 12721 ER
Price: £78
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A Victorian Silver Scent Bottle, London 1881 By SAMPSON MORDAN.
A pretty, Victorian solid silver scent bottle with attractive all-over engraved and punched decoration, and complete with what looks to be its original glass stopper.

Standing approximately 2"tall x 7/8"diameter, it has clear well-struck hallmarks to the base for London 1881 by Sampson Mordan, with corresponding partial hallmarks to the lid, and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or solder repairs. The lid closes snugly with no play on the hinge, and it is complete with its original stopper which has a large flat chip to one of the faces of the shaped part used for gripping, when removing the stopper.
Ref: 12668 UDR
Price: £295
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A Silver Swing Handle Bon-Bon Basket, London 1943.
A lovely quality solid silver swing handle bon-bon basket, with beaded rim and foot rim and excellent quality pierced and engraved decoration.
Measuring approximately 6.1/4"long x 4.3/4"wide x 5.1/4" tall with the swing handle raised, it is hallmarked for London 1943 by L A Crichton and is in lovely condition with no damage, dents or repairs.
Ref: 10274NS
Price: £245
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A Silver Tea Strainer, Sheffield 1947.
A solid silver tea strainer with attractively pierced bowl and handle.
Measuring approximately 5.3/4"overall length x 2.1/4"bowl diameter, it is hallmarked for Sheffield 1947 by "DNH+S" and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or repairs and clearly struck hallmarks.
Ref: 12502
Price: £65
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Pollok Sinclair Nisbet. 1848-1922. ARSA; RSW. Watercolour "The Fishermens Return", signed and dated 1879 bottom left. Visual image 13.1/2" x 9.1/4". Frame size 22" x 18".
Edinburgh painter of landscapes, architectural subjects and coastal scenes. Exhibited in London at the R.A. in 1871 and 1884 and at ARSA (Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy) in 1892.
The painting is behind glass and is in clean, undamaged condition and the frame and mount are in very good condition.
Ref: 8276GMH
Price: £285
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Charlotte Vawser. Fl. 1837-1875 South Winsfield Manor, Derby. Watercolour, signed bottom left. Visual image 7.1/2" x 4.1/2" Frame size 12.1/4" x 10.1/2"
Landscape painter living in London and Derby. Exhibited at the R.A.
The picture is under glass so is clean and without damage, and the frame and mount are in good serviceable condition.
Ref: 9894GMH
Price: £125
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An Art Deco Period Silver Tray By "G.H".
A solid silver art deco two handled tray of typical angular design, with re-entrant corners.
Measuring approximately 21.1/4"long over the handles x 13"wide, it weighs a substantial 64 troy ozs and has clear well-struck hallmarks for Sheffield 1936 by Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), and is in very good condition with no damage, dents or repairs.
Ref: 11607 0DCC
Price: £975
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A Victorian Silver Vinaigrette Birmingham 1854 By Nathaniel Mills.
A good quality, Victorian solid silver vinaigrette complete with its original sponge and finely pierced grill.
Measuring approximately 1.1/4"long x 1"wide x 3/8"deep, it has clear well struck hallmarks for Birmingham 1854 by the pre-eminent box maker Nathaniel Mills and is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs, the hinges work smoothly without wobbles, the engraved decoration is crisp and without wear and the gilding is in excellent condition. For the sake of accuracy it has a tiny ding to the lid which can be seen slightly in the interior.
Ref: 12389
Price: £395
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