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A collection of decorative ceramics

A collection of decorative ceramics, to include a Rosenthal vase and cover, with goat mask handles, and decorated with gilt floral sprays on a blue ground, 28cm high, a matching Rosenthal bowl, 22cm in diameter, a Dresden Marcolini style trefoil serving dish, 31.5cm in diameter, a Maiolica style istoriato charger, decorated with a scene of Roman soldiers following King Herod's orders to execute male children, 44.5cm diameter, a small Doulton Lambeth stoneware harvest jug, 9cm high, a Wedgwood red and black jasperware water pot, a Wedgwood blue and white jasperware patch box, a Wedgwood green and white jasperware vase, two Shelley Mabel Lucie Attwell cups, a Shelley drip glaze marmalade jar and cover, on stand, and a Shelley vase

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Sold for £160


Condition report

Rosenthal vase - minor surface scratches, light wear to gilding, very small nibbles/roughness to foot rim (possibly manufacturing flaw)
Bowl - surface scratches, wear to gilding, heavy in places
Dresden serving dish - surface scratches, wear to gilding, overall good
Istoriato charger - smashed and stuck back together
Doulton jug - surface scratches and scuffs but overall good
Wedgwood red pot - losses to some areas of black detailing, tip of spout broken
Wedgwood box and vase - overall good
Mabel Lucie Attwell cups - tall one cracked and wear to enamel, small one light surface scratches but overall good
Shelley marmalade - some wear to glaze but overall good
Shelley vase - surface scratches

 

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The auction details are as follows:

Auction: Homes and Interiors - Live Online, Wed, 16th Sep 2020

This month’s Homes and Interiors Auction encompasses the beauty of buying luxury and antique furnishings at affordable prices. The wide variety of items on sale this September range from 19th Century clocks to life-sized Burmese puppets, Victorian lead tobacco boxes to contemporary bronze sculpture. These sales showcase an array of different periods and styles all under one roof, juxtaposing old with new, items rich in history displayed next to works of art by emerging artists, and emphasising just how effortlessly they complement one another. We believe there is undoubtedly something to suit all tastes and budgets in our forthcoming sale.

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