Above is a rare group of Worcester porcelain, all made in the late 18th century. Sometimes referred to as “Dr. Wall” type, it was later made under other owners including Davenport, Flight, and Barr.
Left to right, A 5″ diameter reticulated waste bowl with floral designs with repair, minor hairlines, $120. A 4 3/4″ waste bowl, with flowers and butterflies, SOLD. An elegant 6″ tall mug with flowers and butterflies has a staple repair to the lower handle attachment. $225. At right a larger 5 1/2 inch waste bowl at $120.
The tureen form is a good one for the holidays. This one is 18th or early 19th century majolica and probably Italian. This is white tin glaze on pottery with the usual glaze chips associated with this ware as well as an in the making, original flaw across the bottom. a great piece for the dining table. H. 12″, l. 17″. $595.
This appears to be an early 19th century Copeland wine cooler, or a contemporary works, with wonderful painted decoration as you would see it on their famous and delightful platters. Minor repair. A joy to own, but better with ice and a good champagne. H. 8′. $325.
28 and 34. English partial china service. Includes turkey platter (20 ½”), 8 plates, open bowl (8 ¼”), and a three part tureen. Verso transfer mark “Stone China” $800.
Fine “Japan Imari” 12″ diameter Crown Derby punch bowl, ca. 1810-20′s.
English 18th century soft paste bowl in blue Chinoiserie decoration. Note 2 ½” x ½” professional repair at rim. D. 10”. $225.
The Delft glazed pair are each 9″ in diameter. A blue painted rim frames a central cartouche. Condition is typical with minor chips at the rims. 18th century. Diameter 9”.