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Absentee bids accepted until Thursday, 11 July 2024

Auction date Thursday, 11 July 2024 10:30 - 17:30 BST

Head of Sale: 

William Batt 

Auction

Thursday 11th July at 10.30am


Including property from the following collections: 

The Old Rectory, Ickham, nr Canterbury, Kent.

The Egerton Place Collection.

The Old Vicarage, Chideock.

Great Hayes, Surrey. 

The Digby Family

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Lots per page:

Total lots: 319

Lot 1 Sold
A LIVERPOOL DELFT PLATE
circa 1740, decorated with oriental figures in a landscape, 21cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Jones and Jacob, the sale of the Dr John Black Collection, 24.11.2018, Lot 51.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £40
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 2 Sold
TWO ENGLISH DELFT PLATES
the first mid-18th century, decorated with a peony to the centre, 22.5cm diameter, the second, late 18th century, adorned with fisherman in a landscape, 23cm diameter

Provenance: The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £20
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 3 Sold
A PAIR OF WEDGWOOD BLUE AND WHITE PLATES
mid-20th century, with foliated and beaded edges, decorated with riverside scenes with pagodas, 26.5cm diameter (2)

Provenance: The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £20
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 4 Sold
A CHELSEA PORCELAIN LEAF SHAPED DISH
mid-18th century, decorated with scattered flower sprigs and a bouquet of flowers, with knurled branch handle, red anchor mark to the reverse, 6cm high x 26.5cm long x 20cm wide

Provenance: Acquired from Stockspring Antiques, Kensington Church Street, in 1995.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £100
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 5 Sold
A BOW PORCELAIN SAUCER
circa 1760, decorated with flowers aside a rocky outcrop, 12cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Stockspring Antiques, Kensington Church Street, 2008.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £70
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 6 Sold
A CHELSEA PORCELAIN OCTAGONAL KAKIEMON-STYLE SAUCER
circa 1750, decorated with stylised flowers and tendrils, 11cm wide

Provenance: Acquired from Stockspring Antiques, Kensington Church Street, 1998.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £110
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 7 Sold
A DERBY PORCELAIN STAND
circa 1760, with gilt scallop edge and decorated with scattered flower sprigs, 16cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Stockspring Antiques, Kensington Church Street, 2008.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £20
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 8 Sold
A BRISTOL PORCELAIN SAUCER
circa 1775, painted with garlands and with gilt scalloped lip, 13cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Highgate Antiques, Kensington Church Street, 1995.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £90
Estimate: £30 - £50
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 9 Sold
A LONGTON HALL PORCELAIN SAUCER
circa 1760, decorated with flower sprigs and with puce edge, 12cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Simon Spero, Kensington Church Street, 1996.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £180
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 10 Sold
A VINCENNES PORCELAIN TREMBLEUSE SAUCER
circa 1750, decorated with flower sprigs, 11cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Simon Spero, Kensington Church Street, 1997.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £150
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 11 Sold
A ROYAL COPENHAGEN FRIJSENBORG PORCELAIN PLATE
mid-20th century, 23.5cm diameter

Provenance: The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £20
Estimate: £30 - £50
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 12 Sold
A STAFFORDSHIRE SALTGLAZED STONEWARE PLATE
circa 1755-1760, of pierced rococo design, 20cm wide

Provenance: Acquired from Garry Atkins, Kensington Church Street, 1997.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.

Note: For an almost exact comparable see The Metropolitan Museum, Accession Number: 34.165.186.
Hammer price: £60
Estimate: £20 - £40
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 13 Sold
A MENNECY TREMBLEUSE WHITE GLAZED SAUCER
circa 1740-1745, decorated with three prunus sprigs, 12cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Simon Spero, Kensington Church Street, 1996.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £50
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 14 Sold
A FRENCH FAIENCE PLATE
late 18th century, decorated with a figure in a pastoral landscape, 18cm diameter

Provenance: The Old Vicarage, Chideock.
Hammer price: £100
Estimate: £50 - £100
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 15 Sold
A SÈVRES PORCELAIN COFFEE CAN
circa 1766, with gilt scalloped lip and decorated with flower sprigs, blue mark to the rear, 6cm high

Provenance: Acquired from Stockspring Antiques, Kensington Church Street, 2003.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £100
Estimate: £30 - £50
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 16 Sold
THREE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN CUPS
18th century, two of Sèvres manufacture, the first decorated with seated courtier against a pink ground, 6cm diameter, the second decorated with flower sprigs and beaded festoons, 8.5cm diameter, and the third possibly, Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur, with goat mask handle and adorned with flowers, 8cm diameter

Provenance: The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £50
Estimate: £50 - £100
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 17 Sold
A VIENNA PORCELAIN TEABOWL
circa 1770, painted in puce with figure of seated lady, 7cm diameter

Provenance: Acquired from Simon Spero, Kensington Church Street, 1997.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £70
Estimate: £30 - £50
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 18 Sold
TWO WORCESTER PORCELAIN VESSELS
18th century, unmarked, including a pear-shaped cream jug, 8cm high, and an ice or custard cup of bell shape, 6cm high, both decorated with flower sprigs and sprays

Provenance: Acquired from Albert Amor Ltd, English & Continental Ceramics, 37 Bury Street, London, 03.11.83.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £150
Estimate: £100 - £200
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 19 Sold
A NYMPHENBURG PORCELAIN COFFEE CAN
circa 1760, of tall cylindrical shape with decoration of two flower sprigs to the rear and a bouquet to the front, possibly by A. Oettner, with impressed mark to the base, 5.5cm high

Provenance: Acquired from E & H Manners, Kensington Church Street, 2002.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £50
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 20 Sold
A BOW PORCELAIN SAUCEBOAT
circa 1750, of leaf outline, decorated with garlands of flowers and leafy tendrils, 11cm wide

Provenance: Acquired from Klaber & Klaber, Kensington Church Street, 1994.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £60
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 21 Sold
AN ENGLISH SALTGLAZED TEABOWL
circa 1760, 4cm high; together with three Delft vessels; an 18th century Dutch fragment; and two 'Kiln Stands' (7)

Provenance: Acquired from Garry Atkins, Kensington Church Street, 1999.
The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £70
Estimate: £30 - £60
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 22 Sold
A DERBY PORCELAIN CUP
mid-18th century, decorated with pink flowers and foliage, 6.5cm diameter; together with a 19th century creamware pierced and basket-weave stand, 15cm diameter; and a matching cup and saucer with turquoise ground and gilded decorative classical themed panels (4)

Provenance: The collection of Dinah Reynolds, author of Worcester Porcelain 1751-1783, published 1989.
Hammer price: £60
Estimate: £30 - £50
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 23 Unsold
A COLLECTION OF CAUGHLEY PORCELAIN
including a late 18th century fluted tea bowl, 5cm high, a similar teapot and associated stand, the teapot 14cm high, the stand 14.5cm wide, a sugar box and cover, 11.5cm high, and a Salopian ware bowl, 21.5cm diameter (5)

Provenance: The Old Vicarage, Chideock.
Estimate: £50 - £100
11 July 2024
11 July 2024
Lot 24 Sold
A MINTONS PORCELAIN PART DINNER SERVICE
with turquoise and gilt banding and armorials to the centre, comprising thirty-two dinner plates, 26cm diameter, eleven bowls, 25cm diameter, a large meat platter, 53cm wide, and three graduated oval serving dishes, the largest 45cm wide (a lot)

Provenance: The Old Vicarage, Chideock.
Hammer price: £150
Estimate: £80 - £150
11 July 2024
11 July 2024

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