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From Medieval Revelry to 17th Century Romance – Objects to Inspire (1st June)

To include 17th Century and pewter items, 18th Century Folk Art and Studio Pottery, oak furniture, silver, copper and general decorative items. To be held on Thursday 1 June at 10.30am. Closing date for entries Friday 21 April.

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Lot: 1

A large early 18th Century Staffordshire slipware dished bowl, circa 1720, decorated with a geometric mirrored linear design in trailing slip on a chocolate glaze ground, diameter 43cm

Estimate: £1500.00 - £1800.00

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Lot: 2

An earthenware figure of a recumbent Lion, painted with red ochre, probably 19th century, approx 66cms long

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 3

A set of four Victorian pearl ware nursery plates, transfer decorated including Robinson Crusoe etc (4)

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 4

Six 18th century Continental tiles, painted with winged cherubs (6)

Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot: 5

A very large stoneware glazed bellermine bottle with multiple cartouche cast dates of C1623, James I Condition Report: Minor frits to bottle

Estimate: £1500.00 - £1600.00

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Lot: 6

A manganese, dolomite and green glaze large floor standing hot punch bowl by Seth Cardew, with SC impressed stamp, early 20th Century

Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot: 7

A collection of various named studio impressed pots, 20th and 21st Century

Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot: 8

A series of seventy six 16th Century maiolica floor tiles, in typical colours depicting a pictoral scene or swirling acanthus and perching peacocks with beasts within the scrollwork, (old cracks, splits and repairs) (76)

Estimate: £4000.00 - £5000.00

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Lot: 9

A 19th Century tin glazed earthenware blue and white animal, possibly Dutch, script mark to underside, width 9cm

Estimate: £100.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 10

Three Chinese Tek Sing tea bowls (3)

Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 11

A Chinese Vung Tau Cargo blue and white baluster vase with cover, Height 21cm, with Christie's Lot 569 label

Estimate: £650.00 - £750.00

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Lot: 12

A Chinese Vung Tau Cargo blue and white miniature baluster vase and cover, height 10cm, with Christie's Lot No. 131 label

Estimate: £350.00 - £400.00

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Lot: 13

A rare 17th Century 'Book of Poems', the works of Adrian Cowley, London, published MDCLXXI Condition Report: Some page losses

Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

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Lot: 14

Five reference books on early metalwork, including Cotterell, Old Pewter, 1929; Schiffer, The Brass Book, 1978; Michaelis, Old Domestic Base Metal Candlesticks, 1978; and two others (5)

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 15

A collection of pewter items including plates and chargers, together with a footed platter (13), A Staffordshire farmhouse find

Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 16

A pair of brass and iron fire dogs, late 19th or early 20th Century of 17th Century design and in the manner of Ernest Gimson, with double pierced brass roundels of stylized naturalistic devices, height 65cm (2) Notes: The leading Arts & Crafts designer Ernest Gimson made a pencil sketch of a near identical pair or fire dogs at Haddon Hall, Derbyshire in 1889 and metalwork such as this clearly influenced his work

Estimate: £700.00 - £900.00

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Lot: 17

A reeded broad rimmed pewter plate with hallmarks and touch mark of Nicholas Kelk of London (fl.1638-1688) PS 5453, with crowned rose mark as used by Richard Smith of London (fl.1677-1705), PS 8663, with a finely engraved monogram of entwined initials within Stuart Manling, 9 5/8 inch, 244 mm, rim 1 5/88 inch, 41mm (33.6)

Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

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Lot: 17a

A broad rimmed pewter charger with incised reeding and owner's initials of AT over AD engraved on the rim, by Richard Fletcher of London circa 1680-1690, PS 3403, 16 7/8 inch, 428mm

Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot: 18

A hammered triple reeded pewter charger by Alexander Cleeve Snr, circa 1690, PS 1726, 18 inch, 461mm, hallmarks are those of Nicholas Kelk and Cleeve succeeded to his pewtering workshop in 1687

Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot: 19

A triple reeded pewter charger by Samuel Newell of London, Free in 1689, PS 6725, 20 1/4 inch, 516mm

Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot: 20

An 18th Century candlestick, possibly Paktong, ball knop with six petals, on a hexagonal base with shell shaped corners, stanped with pseudo silver hallmarks, 6 inch, 150mm

Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

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Lot: 21

A pair of half pint footed pewter cups or chalices, mid 18th Century, 6 1/4 inch, 160mm (2) Provenance: Ex Law Collection

Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

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Lot: 22

A baluster shaped pewter spice pot with screw on lid, circa 1760

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 23

A rare early and important pewter porringer, circa 1655, by Edward Ward of London (fl.1641-1674) PS 9865, with owner's house mark and initials of H over RF struck on the ear and touch mark dated 1642 under the boss, overall diamter 7 1/2 inch, 192mm, with leather repair patch in the bowl Provenance & Literature: Ex Sutherland Graeme and Bradshaw Collections. Illustrated in Michaelis 1949 Apollo article 'English Pewter Porringers Part III', and is porringer P5 in Hayward and Marsden's Autumn 2015 Pewter Society Journal article 'English Porringers Post 1650 Part I'

Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

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Lot: 24

A set of 16th Century brass nested cup weights (6)

Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

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