A group of Liverpool pottery and porcelain, 18th century and...

by Halls Fine Art Auctioneers




A group of Liverpool pottery and porcelain, 18th century and early 19th century, comprising a James or John Pennington 'Fisherman' sauceboat, 10.5cm high; an uncommon Richard Chaffers 'Trellis Fence' saucer, 12cm diameter; a John and Jane Pennington 'Mistress and Maid' polychrome tea bowl and saucer, saucer 13.5cm diameter; and a group of Herculaneum, comprising a pair of teacups and saucers with sepia landscapes; a new oval sucrier and cover decorated in imari and gilt, marked '820', 14cm high; an oval teapot stand, painted with an array of flowers within green and gilt border, 18.5cm wide; a 'Doll's House' pattern plate, numbered 1221, 18cm diameter, a transfer-printed blue and white tea bowl and saucer together with two coffee cans, one printed with hand-colouring and one fully painted (16 pcs including cover)

Auction Date:
7th Feb 24 at 10am GMT

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