Quarterly Select Auction578 lots with images
Viewing Notes9th December 1pm to 5pm. 11th December 10am to 2pm. 12th December 9.30am to 5.30pm. Day of sale 9.30am to 10.45am.
Description: A Victorian blue and white platter, of lobed oval form, overall decorated with willow type pattern amidst a border of stylised scrolling foliage, width 52 cm.View additional info »
Description: A Meissen wall plate, 20th century, of scalloped circular form with moulded and gilt decoration on a white ground, decorated with flowers and fruit to the border and fruit to the centre, diameter 24 cm, together with two similar Meissen plates, also decorated with fruit, (3).View additional info »
Description: A Meissen wall plate, German, 20th century, of circular form, decorated with red dragon design, with gilt decorated border on a white ground, diameter 31 cm, together with a similar Meissen wall plate, decorated with green dragon design, together with a quantity of Meissen to include, red, green and blue gilded dragon design, and green gilt foliage cups and saucers, a circular red dragon design pot and cover, a shaped rectangular green gilt foliage design pot and cover, a leaf shaped red dragon design dish with handle and a leaf shaped green gilt foliage design leaf dish and handle, (14).View additional info »
Description: A Wemyss tyg, early 20th century, of cylindrical form, with three shaped handles, decorated with sweet peas, marked to base, height 14 cm, together with a part Coalport coffee set, to include six cups and seven saucers, decorated with moulded design, colours and gilding, (14).View additional info »
Description: A pair of Royal Worcester, John Stinton painted panels of named views, c.1918, finely painted with one depicting cattle by Lake Coniston and the other of cattle near Derwent Water, both with fells behind, of oval form and surrounded by gilt mounts within gilt wood frames, with puce mark verso and inscribed 'Coniston Lake' and 'Derwent water' respectively, both signed 'J Stinton', width 38 cm, (2).View additional info »