A mixed group of English porcelain and pottery early and mid...

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A mixed group of English porcelain and pottery early and mid-19th century, including a pierced twin-handled chestnut basket on stand, decorated in overglaze polychrome enamels with scattered floral sprays and sprigs, with foliate embossed lattices, unmarked, basket 27cm wide; a Coalport dessert sauce tureen with cover and stand, circa 1805, decorated with red and green sprigs with gilt, unmarked, 14.5cm high; a pair of Wedgwood pearlware serving dishes, of twin-handled form, painted with flowers within apple green and gilt border, pattern numbered '1940' in iron red, impressed 'WEDGWOOD PEARL', 28cm wide; a Bloor Derby canted rectangular dinner service tureen and cover, circa 1830-35, printed red mark, 25.5cm wide; and two meat platters, a large platter with heraldic crest and retailers marks for Daniell, London, 55cm wide; a large Coalport platter, printed and hand coloured with flowers, 54cm wide; and another similar earlier dinner platter, hand painted with flowers, pattern 268, 32cm wide; and two Coalport graduated claret and yellow bordered platters, circa 1830-50, with crests for the Grimond family (camel's head, motto 'Gaudet Patentia Duris'), the smaller example with the scarce 'John Rose & Co Coalbrookdale Shropshire' printed factory mark, 26.5cm and 37cm wide (qty)

Auction Date:
7th Feb 24 at 10am GMT

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