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Ceramics — McKenzies Auctioneers


Auction House:McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16

*** True pair Royal Worcester vases 'Flock of Five Swans, in Flight', dated 1902, painted by Charles Baldwyn signed lower left and lower right with double outer handles, decorated with gilding, and enamels shape number 2049. Height 24 cm ***
*** A rare Calyx Ware kookaburra twenty-one piece, part tea set's transfer Ware, printed, designed by Archibald Bertram Webb (1887 - 1944), 6 x trios, sugar bowl, milk jug and cake plate ***
*** Royal Worcester covered vase, 'Flock of Four Swans, in Flight', dated 1900, painted by Charles Baldwyn, signed lower right, decorated with gilding, and painted enamels. Height 26 cm ***
*** A Meissen mythological porcelain clock, c.1790 modelled with naturalistically styled figures of prometheus, Hercules and Jupiter. Meissen crossed swords mark on base. Height 71 cm ***
*** A rare Wembley Ware prototype leaping rabbit, leaf platter c.1950's, this rare leaping rabbit platter was never put into, production due to its fragility in design. It is believed, that only around 5 or 6 of these platters were made, and were later sold off to factory employees. Length 38 cm. Height 14.5 cm, slight Af rabbit ear ***
*** A very rare Calyx jardiniere, modelled by William Brough having a Nouveau bush scene depicting a low sun, gums and a cottage. This scene is circular and is equally spaced 4 times around the piece. It is attributed to Harry Howell, an early decorator for the firm. Below this is a gum nut frieze, circling the bowl, with grey glaze. Note: Exhibited Art Gallery of WA 2005 - 2006 in the 'Wembley Ware' exhibition. This is the only example of this piece known to exist ***
*** A Doulton (Burslem), glazed and fully painted vase, c.1895 depicts swimming fish, with a fore-ground of mixed foliage, including daffodils. Height 43.8 cm ***
*** A MacIntyre, Moorcroft Aurelian Ware vase, in the 'Persian shape'. Height 26 cm. Aurelian Ware was designed by William Moorcroft during 1897 whilst working for MacIntyres art pottery department. When he became head of design and production in 1898, he introduced this new range. It featured transfer printed patterns enriched with red enamel and gilding ***
*** A rare Calyx Ware kookaburra plate, transfer Ware printed, designed by Archibald Bertram Webb (1887 - 1944), later hand painted decoration, by Wembley Ware, factory, with Wembley Ware back stamp 1950's ***
*** Rare Wedgwood Fairyland lustre Octagon bowl c. 1920, 'Geisha Or Angels' pattern Z.4968 designed by daisy Makeig-Jones, Wedgwood Portland vase back stamp diameter 17 cm. Height 8 cm ***
*** A Victorian porcelain extensive part dinner service. Late 19th century Ex Nizam of Hyderabad, 1995 Gregson's sale: Lot 146, comprising of 28 big cups, 20 small cups, 3 graduated milk jugs, 3 med. Size lidded tureens, 2 small lidded tureens, 5 deep bowls, 3 soup bowls 86 small saucers, 6 large plates, 41 large saucers, 1 odd cup, 1 odd lid, 37 medium plates, 2 plates with lids, 238pcs (approximately). In two colours with gilt decoration, each item with the family crest. ***
*** A Guido Gambone bottle vase/lamp, c.1960, decorated glazed ceramic and painted, with abstract designs on both sides, signed Gambone Italy with donkey mark, with retailers label: Illums Bolighus, Copenhagen. Bottle height 48 cm ***
*** A MacIntyre, William Moorcroft, Aurelian Ware vase, in the 'Persian' shape Height: 25.5 cm ***
*** Royal Worcester porcelain vase, c.1905, signed John Stinton. Hand painted in highland cattle, and landscape scenes, front and rear. Height 33 cm ***
*** A pair framed Royal Worcester porcelain plaques, by Richard Sebright, circa 1913 date mark, depicting still life fruit scenes, signed lower middle left and right, with puce factory mark verso, frame size: 18.8 x 185 cm ***
*** A Royal Worcester 18 Piece desert service dated 1874 (printed marks), consisting of 12 plates, 2 tazzas and 4 footed plates, each piece having a celadon green background with gilded outer borders, the 6 serving items each having gilded, scrolled feet, the decoration consisting of sprays of flowers on one side and raised enamelled birds and insects (which appear English, such as robins, swallows etc), painted the opposite side to the flowers.… ***

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