Ceramics and Glass
Ceramics is one of the most diverse of subjects, including many different types of pottery, such as faience, delft and slipware, and a variety of porcelain produced by numerous factories throughout the world, examples of which can be found in both our weekly general, and monthly antique and collectors sales. Examples include tea and coffee sets, dinner services, collections and individual ornaments from factories such as Royal Worcester, Wedgwood, Meissen and other well known porcelain and pottery manufacturers, art and studio pottery, Middle Eastern, Asian and Oriental porcelain.
Glassware valued and sold through our department ranges from 18th century English and continental table glass, both cut and plain, paperweights, stained glass, and contemporary art and studio glass, and can include examples from factories such as Whitefriars, Waterford, Venini, Bimini, Lobmeyr, and Isle of Wight as well as Chinese glass.
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Hammer Price £7200 :
Chinese porcelain famille rose figure of a Buddha, impressed seal mark to base, 12″ high without stand.
Hammer Price £1500 :
A group of 19th century and later Royal Worcester figurines to include a figure of a cavalier, a bust of Maestro Georgia, and a miniature Cairo water carrier.
Hammer Price £280 :
A rare Poole pottery clay model of an owl.
Hammer Price £420 :
A pair of Meissen figurines.
Hammer Price £320 :
Engraved Victorian glass mug of slightly waisted form, applied blue glass top rim, ribbed handle, and marvered annular band.
Hammer Price £580
: Rene Lalique Oleron opalescent glass vase.
Hammer Price £1100 :
Glassware to include an 18th century balustroid wine glass, a pair of green glass roemers, Victorian drinking glasses and a rare Alexandrite glass top hat posy vase.
Hammer Price £1600 : An early 20th century Royal Worcester urn having ornate twin handles over a painted scene of work horses, signed H Davis.