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Lot Number: 351
A 19th century Sitzendorf figure of a young man in period costume carrying a swag bag, height 11cm, a pair of Sitzendorf figures, a lady and gentleman in period costume, on square stylised plinth bases with Greek key pattern, height of each 9.5cm, a Continental lidded pot in the style of Meissen with applied floral decoration, blue anchor mark to the base, a Derby c1800-1825 figure of a young woman in period costume holding aloft a bird, red anchor mark to the base, height 17cm (af), a Majolica decorative wall-hanging pot in the form of a bird's nest on an oak tree branch with bird spreading wings, length 19cm and a 19th century Continental oval mirror candelabra in the style of Meissen with applied rose decoration, topped with putti holding a garland of flowers, length 31cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number: 352
A group of late 18th/early 19th century English and Continental ceramics to include a Newhall helmet-shaped jug, three sparrow-beak jugs, all floral painted in a Famille Rose palette, one in Chinoiserie style with bridge, flowing water and peonies, two floral-painted tea bowls, a small coffee cup hand-painted with chrysanthemums, a floral-painted eye bath, a Meissen bowl with fluted rim, blue scale decoration with central hand-painted parakeet, applied leaf and stem and gilt-heightened decoration to the base.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Some losses from the gilt rim of one of the sparrow beak jugs, some nibbles to the glaze of the spout and handle of one of the others, losses to the pain on the naturalistic base of the Worcester style bowl. The bowl is Meissen and marked with underglaze crossed swords, rubbing to the gilt rim and losses to the paint on the naturalistic base. Eye bath has some losses to the painting and gilding on the rim.

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Lot Number: 353
Two 19th century tea bowls and saucers with oak leaf and acorn band decoration, printed number to the base 1055, two small bowls with olive branch decoration, a small bowl decorated in the chinoiserie style with prunus blossom, tropical birds and gilt-heightened (lacking handle), a small 19th century tea saucer, hand-painted with roses and swags and attributed to Newhall, three tea bowls and saucers with shell and seaweed decoration.
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Small chips from the smaller, more heavily potted bowls. Paint loss in flea bites from the painted rims of the other tea bowls, chips from the fluted saucer.

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Lot Number: 354
A pair of Meissen mid-to-late 19th century figures, a lady and gentleman in 17th century period costume both carrying floral swags, on circular base with gilt-heightened Greek key decoration, blue cross sword marks to base, impressed no. J67 and '47' in red, height 17cm (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Some small losses to the floral boas on each figure.

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Lot Number: 355
A 19th century Dresden table centre, column support, bowl with pierced decoration to the top on a spreading base with foliate and floral applied decoration, three figures to base in 18th century period costume, blue Dresden mark to base, height 48cm (af).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £60 - £100

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There are areas of restoration, some damage to the figures and flowers, various hairline cracks etc.

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Lot Number: 356
Two 19th century Meissen hand-painted figures of young ladies in 18th century costume, one in purple riding jacket and hat carrying flowers, the other in pastoral dress with applied lace decoration (af), both on circular naturalistic gilt-heightened base, both with blue crossed swords to the base, one impressed no.2406, the other printed in black no.85, height of largest 14cm (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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The purple figure in the tricorn hat has restoration to both hands, the other figure has losses from the feather plumes, the hat rim and ends of the hands.

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Lot Number: 357
A pair of 19th century Dresden figurines, a young boy and girl farm workers, the boy feeding ducks and the little girl feeding hens and chicks, both on circular naturalistic gilt-heightened base, blue Dresden marks to base, height of each 13cm (2).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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There are no signs of significant damage or repair.

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Lot Number: 358
A pair of c1750 figures, a young man in period costume playing the flute and tambourine, hand-painted and gilt-heightened with applied floral decoration and a young woman in period costume with applied floral decoration and dance mask in hand (af), both on stylised floral-decorated stepped bases, red anchor marks to bases, height of each approx 17cm, a further pair of c1750 figures of a lady and gentleman in period costume, the gentleman playing the flute, the lady holding flowers, each standing against a background of a flower-strewn tree, hand-painted and gilt-heightened decoration, both on stylised flower-applied and gilt-heightened bases, with red anchor marks to the back, height of each approx 17cm and a Continental figure of a young lady holding a lamb (af) (5).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £60 - £100

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First pair: There is something missing from one of the lady's hands, some floral decoration is chipped and broken. Some signs of age-related wear, no obvious signs of restoration. Second pair: Some signs of age-related wear, no obvious signs of restoration. Lady with lamb: One of the lamb's legs has broken off, some age-related wear. No obvious signs of restoration.

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Lot Number: 359
A c1758-83 Worcester oval basket bowl with printed pine cone and floral decoration, applied flowers to exterior lattice work, with blue hatched crescent mark to base, length 19cm, a Worcester c1758-1783 floral hand-painted saucer with blue open crescent mark verso, a similar period tea bowl and saucer with blue floral decoration and a 19th century oval basket bowl with printed floral Chinoiserie decoration (5).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Some losses from the floral encrustations at the handle termini of the pine cone pattern Worcester bowl.

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Lot Number: 360
A pair of c1800-1825 Derby plates, hollyhock decoration to the centre within a gilt-heightened floral and foliate border, red mark to the base, pattern no.45, diameter 25cm and a 19th century Meissen plate, white ground with floral and foliate gilt decoration, blue crossed swords to base, pattern no.58, diameter 22cm (3).
Category: Ceramics
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Small marks to each commensurate with age, losses to the gilt on the Meissen plate.

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