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Woolley & Wallis

51-61 Castle Street,
SALISBURY,
Wiltshire,
SP1 3SU

  01722 424500
 
  www.woolleyandwallis.co.uk

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Woolley & Wallis - Fine Porcelain and Pottery
Sale commencing:   20 February 2018 10:30 AM

Lot 1

Two Staffordshire pearlware figures, c.1800, one of a fisher woman, standing beside a creel and holding two fish in the folds of her skirt, the other a figure of Summer, holding a sickle and a sheaf of corn, both raised on square bases, minor faults, 19.7cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 2

Two Staffordshire figure groups, early 19th century, one of musicians before bocage, he with a horn, she playing the mandolin, raised on a square base, the other of two children flanking a square column before leafy bocage, raised on a stepped base, small damages and repairs, 19cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 3

An unusual Staffordshire porcelain figure of Winter, late 18th century, modelled as a young boy huddled in a fur-lined cloak, a pearlware figure of a putto, and another pearlware figure of a young girl holding a chicken, all raised on square bases, some restoration to the putto's arm, 14.5cm max. (3)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 4

A pair of Staffordshire figures of the Welsh Tailor and his wife, early 19th century, after Meissen's figures of Count Bruhl's tailor, each astride a goat, he with a basket of two kids, his wife with three infants, raised on scrolled bases, some restoration, 14cm. (2)

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 5

A large pair of Walton pearlware figures of Elijah and the Widow, early 19th century, both seated atop rocky stumps with flowing water, Elijah accepting food from two ravens perched above and beside him, the widow holding a bundle of firewood and resting one hand on the head of a small boy, titled to the front, applied marks to the reverse, small restorations, 27cm. (2)

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 6

A Staffordshire Tithe Pig figure group, c.1820, a couple standing beneath a tree with a clergyman before two pigs, sheaves of corn and a basket of eggs, the man holding a small dog, the woman a baby, some good restoration, 16.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 7

A large Staffordshire figure of Diana, c.1790-1800, standing before a tree stump and taking an arrow from a quiver slung on her back, her bow held in her right hand, raised on a square base, a repaired chip to the back of the base, 29cm.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 8

A Staffordshire figure of a shepherdess, c.1800, standing and tending a lamb which sits atop a tree trunk beside her, raised on a square base, some wear, 19.6cm.

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 9

A pearlware spill vase group of Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, early 19th century, seated beneath a hollow tree trunk and resting an urn on her lap, a lamb recumbent at her feet, a little restoration, 18cm.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 10

Five Staffordshire figures of Classical mythology, late 18th/early 19th century, including a Pratt ware figure of Ceres holding a sickle and a sheaf of corn, two of Venus with Cupid, one with a dolphin, one of Neptune with a dolphin, the last of Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, some damages and repairs, 23cm max. (5)

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 11

A pair of Ralph Wood figures of a gardener and his companion, c.1780-90, he leaning on a spade and standing beside a potted plant on a pillar, she holding a small posy of flowers with further blooms in her apron, each raised on a rocky base and decorated in washed glazes of green, blue and manganese, some damages, 19.5cm. (2)

Estimated Value: £400 - £600

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Lot 12

A Nightwatchman Toby jug, 19th century, modelled seated with a large lamp on one knee, and a Staffordshire pearlware model of the Clerk and Moses, minor damages and restoration, 21.5cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 13

Two Staffordshire figures of Hope and Charity, c.1800-10, both modelled as Classical maidens, the former standing beside a tall anchor and holding her cloak on top of her head, Charity holding an infant and with two further children clutching at her skirts, both raised on square bases, small damages, 19cm. (2)

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 14

A Neale & Co creamware figure of Apollo, c.1795-1800, standing and holding a lyre in his left arm, a pile of books by his right foot, raised on a square base, a little chipping to the base, 15cm.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 15

A small Pratt ware figure of Apollo, c.1790, standing and holding a lyre in his left hand, a pile of books stacked up by his right leg, his robe patterned to the back with floral stripes in Pratt colours of blue, green and ochre, 11.7cm.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 16

A good pearlware plaque of John Wesley, c.1800, the rectangular form printed with an oval portrait of the cleric reading a religious text, titled 'Reverend John Wesley, MA, Aged 87', the moulded frame edged in black, 21cm.

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 17

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 18

Three busts of John Wesley, 19th century, two pearlware and one Parian, raised on circular socles, and four Staffordshire figures of John Wesley, two in a pulpit, two reading from prayer books, some damages, 28.5cm max. (7)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 19

A small collection of commemorative ceramics relating to John Wesley, modern, including a Wedgwood teapot copying that gifted to Wesley by Josiah Wedgwood, with matching sugar bowl and milk jug, two limited edition Edward Underhill plates, a pair of bone china beakers printed with Wesley's Chapel, a limited edition mug from 1978, a Royal Winton mug and a matching saucer, some faults, 27cm max. (11)

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 20

Eight ceramic figures of John Wesley, c.1830 and later, most Staffordshire pottery, variously depicted wearing ministerial robes, granting the benediction or reading from a prayer book, some faults, 22cm max. (8)

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 21

Four Staffordshire figures of John Wesley, 2nd half 19th century, one in a pulpit above a clock dial, three standing and holding a prayer book, a small Staffordshire bust of Wesley, raised on a sponged socle, a modern stoneware bust, a Routh Pottery commemorative plate from 1969, applied with a profile of Susannah Wesley, and a limited edition Leeds Pottery loving cup printed with a portrait of Mary Bosanquet and with a John Kay print of Wesley walking in Edinburgh (no. 81 of 250), 28cm max. (8)

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 22

A pearlware bust of John Wesley, 1st half 19th century, modelled in his later years wearing ministerial dress, raised on a square base edged in green and yellow, and four Staffordshire figures of Wesley, two in pulpits above clock dials, two standing and reading from a prayer book, some chipping, 28.5cm max. (5)

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 23

Two Wedgwood portrait plaques of John Wesley, 19th/20th century, one Jasperware, modelled in white relief on sage green and mounted on a frame, the other black basalt, a pair of Wedgwood Jasperware pin trays, a small Parian bust of Wesley raised on a circular socle, and a limited edition Edward Underhill plate, number 382 of 1,738, some restoration to the bust, 27cm max. (6)

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 24

Two Staffordshire pearlware busts of John Wesley, c.1815-25, the larger left in the white and with an indistinct circular dedication plaque to the reverse, the smaller enamelled and raised on a red marbled socle base, some damages, 30cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 25

Four pearlware plaques relating to Methodism and John Wesley, 19th century, all printed in black with a profile portrait of the minister with 'The Best of All' to one side and 'God is With Us' the other, titled beneath the print, within Sunderland lustre, black and Portobello type red moulded borders, some damages, 23cm max. (4)

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 26

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 27

Literature: John Wesley 'Forty-Four Sermons', 'Letters of John Wesley' edited by George Eayrs, five other volumes by or about Wesley, and a Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society collection box, dated 1904 to the base. (8)

Estimated Value: £50 - £80

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Lot 28

An Obadiah Sherratt pearlware table base bust of Reverend John Wesley, c.1820, modelled in his later years, facing forward and wearing clerical dress, raised on a blue socle on a square footed base, 31cm.

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 29

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Lot 30

A small collection of commemorative ceramics relating to John Wesley, 19th/early 20th century, including a pearlware sugar bowl and cover and a milk jug, printed with a portrait of Wesley and with the Centenary Hall, a Wood & Sons, Burslem plate commemorating the 1907 Primitive Methodist Centenary, a creamware jug and a porter mug printed with varying portraits of Wesley, a similarly decorated pearlware cup and saucer, and a lustre goblet applied with a figure reading, some damages, 24cm max. (9)

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 31

Estimated Value: £50 - £80

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Lot 32

A Copeland Parian figure of The Bride, c.1861, modelled by Raphaelle Monti for the Crystal Palace Art Union, a diaphanous veil clinging to the contours of her face and held in place by a floral diadem, raised on a circular socle, incised and impressed marks, a few small chips, 37.5cm.

Estimated Value: £800 - £1200

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Lot 33

An English dry-bodied stoneware bottle vase and cover, c.1805-15, the flattened globular shape printed and boldly enamelled with scrolling flowering plants and leaves, painted No. 68 to the underside, 27cm. (2)

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 34

A small Staffordshire redware milk jug, c.1760, the barrel shape applied with a fox circling three sheep between tall trees, between turned bands, 8.2cm high.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 35

A Staffordshire redware small teapot and cover, c.1760, the cylindrical form applied with two Chinese figures, one holding a parasol, the other a bird in a ring, within an elaborate cartouche echoed to the cover, with straight spout and plain loop handle, four character mark to the base, 16.5cm across. (2)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 36

A small salt-glazed stoneware mug or coffee can, c.1745, the slightly waisted cylindrical form painted in polychrome enamels with a figure blowing a horn beneath large flowering plants, and a salt-glazed stoneware coffee cup left in the white with a grooved handle, some damages, 7cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 37

A salt-glazed stoneware Scratch Blue milk jug, c.1750, engraved and coloured with a leafy flowering spray, raised on three paw feet issuing from masks, with a shaped rim and grooved strap handle, 8.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 38

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 39

A creamware sucrier and cover, c.1760-70, printed in Liverpool by John Sadler with Pierrot creeping up on Harlequin and Columbine, the reverse with sheep grazing, the cover with a continuous scrolling foliate design, and a creamware jug printed in black with The Farmers Arms, the reverse with a print of a twelve line poem within a cartouche of farming attributes, signed and dated TW 1760 in the print, 12.8cm max. (3)

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 40

A creamware puzzle jug, c.1770, the baluster form pierced around the neck with an elaborate design, the rim with three short spouts and a leaf terminal at the top and base of the handle, a creamware teapot and cover decorated with Whieldon type colours of washed green and manganese, and a creamware jug with a band of fluting and double strap handle, some faults, 19.5cm max. (4)

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 41

Two salt-glazed stoneware plates, c.1750, the shaped rims moulded with seeded and osier panels, the larger plate painted with flower sprays in polychrome enamels, and a salt-glazed stoneware punchbowl painted with bold flower sprays, the interior with a panelled diaper border, 25cm max. (3)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 42

Three creamware plates, c.1770-90, the largest printed in red with a shepherd seated beneath a tree in a village landscape, the smallest in black with exotic birds by Sadler & Green, both with feather-moulded rims, the last printed in black with a three-masted ship at sea, 24.7cm max. (3)

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 43

A small creamware lead-glazed plate of Whieldon type, c.1760-80, moulded with a large leaf spray reserved on a moulded ground of leaf veins, the rims with stylized acanthus leaves, decorated in green, ochre and manganese, and a salt-glazed stoneware plate with the same moulding but left in the white, 24.5cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 44

Two good octagonal Whieldon type lead-glazed plates, c.1760-80, simply decorated with splashes of blue, green, ochre and manganese on a sponged ground, 23.7cm max. (2)

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 45

An unusual Continental creamware centrepiece, 19th/20th century, the reticulated baskets with moulded flower swags and removable creamware inserts, impressed shield marks. Comprising: one large vase, four small vases, and 14 various baskets with inserts. (37)

Estimated Value: £600 - £800

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Lot 46

A large creamware jug, c.1790, printed in black with The Farmers Arms, the reverse with a young gallant courting two maidens seated beneath a tree, beneath the spout with a twelve line stanza, restored, 30.5cm.

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 47

A documentary creamware punchbowl, dated 1776, painted with small polychrome flower sprays, inscribed for 'John Chapman Ann Kennedy Mucklowr 1776', 19.6cm dia.

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 48

A large Wilson creamware jelly mould cone, late 18th century, the domed and fluted form painted with eight panels of fruit and flowers in delicate polychrome enamels, raised on a shaped base pierced with eight holes and edged in blue, impressed mark, 20.5cm high.

Estimated Value: £800 - £1200

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Lot 49

A Wedgwood creamware jelly mould core, c.1780, the conical shape brightly enamelled with sprays of flowers above a geometric band, the circular base pierced with four small holes and painted with a continuous flower garland, impressed mark to the base, a small chip to the top, 21cm.

Estimated Value: £700 - £1000

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Lot 50

A creamware jelly mould core, late 18th/early 19th century, possibly Wilson, of canted rectangular form, painted to one side with a three-masted ship at sail in a choppy sea, the sides and reverse with military trophies and motifs, the base pierced with six holes and edged in green, a crack around the base, 26cm across.

Estimated Value: £800 - £1200

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