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Pair of early Meissen double-handled beakers, circ
Pair of early Meissen double-handled beakers, circ Ref: Y608
Pair of early Meissen double-handled beakers, circa 1715-20, decorated with moulded birds and fruiting vines and applied with ear-shaped handles, height: 3in., 7.7cm; condition: one with two chips to rim. Provenance: From the Collection of Eveline Newgas, née Blumka, The Blumkas were one of the most prestigious art and antique dealers in early 20th century Vienna, who moved to London in 1938 to escape Nazi persecution. These pieces were acquired by Eveline Newgas at Phillips London, 4 December 1991, lot 219 as she continued to add to the family’s private collection. SOLD

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Meissen dish in the Kakiemon style, mid 18th centu
Meissen dish in the Kakiemon style, mid 18th centu Ref: Y655
Meissen dish in the Kakiemon style, mid 18th century, with a pierced Brandenstein-style cavetto, decorated with a squirrel on banded hedges with bamboo and vines, with a flying red fox above, with underglaze blue crossed-swords mark to base, diameter: 9 1/4in., 23.5cm; condition: minute frits to rim, firing crack to trellice. A Japanese Kakiemon original with this motif can be seen in Shono (1973), pl. 35-6. A Meissen dinner plate with the same decoration is illustrated in den Blauuwen, Abraham L., 'Meissen Porcelain in the Rijksmuseum', p. 241, pl. 165. SOLD

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Venetian 'vetro a fili' glass jug 'biberon', 17th
Venetian 'vetro a fili' glass jug 'biberon', 17th Ref: Y515
Venetian 'vetro a fili' glass jug 'biberon', 17th century, the glass with enclosed 'combed' white threads, the handle in the form of a sea-horse, with two blue glass threads around the rim and neck, height: 4 5/8in., 11.8cm; condition: chips to end of spout. Provenance: from a Private Collection, purchased from Frides Laméris, Amsterdam, 2004. A similar 'Biberon' with a different handle is illustrated in Tait, Hugh, 'The Golden Age of Venetian Glass', (British Museum 1979), p. 83, pl. 128. A wine glass with this combing and a similar handle is illustrated in the same book, p. 84, pl. 133. SOLD

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Meissen Bttger two-handled beaker, c. 1720, with
Meissen Böttger two-handled beaker, c. 1720, with Ref: U99
Meissen Böttger two-handled beaker, c. 1720, with rasied decoration fruiting vines and later Hausmaler polychrome decoration, the handles and interior with rich gilt decoration, height: 3 1/4in., 8.2cm condition: some wear to gilding. SOLD

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Meissen teapot and cover, c. 1740, decorated in pu
Meissen teapot and cover, c. 1740, decorated in pu Ref: U106
Meissen teapot and cover, c. 1740, decorated in puce camaieu with Watteauesque figures in Arcadian landscapes and flower sprays within gilt lined rims, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base and gilder's 'H' mark to teapot and cover, height: 4 1/8in., 10cm; condition: frit to inner footrim, small glaze faults to top, slight wear to gilding, minute frit to finial of cover. SOLD

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Meissen teacup and saucer, c. 1740, the cup decora
Meissen teacup and saucer, c. 1740, the cup decora Ref: U107
Meissen teacup and saucer, c. 1740, the cup decorated with a continuous European harbour scene, the interior with another in puce camaieu within iron-red circles, the handle picked out in gilding, the saucer also with a harbour scene within iron-red circles, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, diameter of saucer: 5 5/16in., 13.5cm; condition: minor glaze faults. SOLD

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An opaque-twist champagne glass, c.1760, height: 1
An opaque-twist champagne glass, c.1760, height: 1 Ref: X747
An opaque-twist champagne glass, c.1760, height: 13.5cm. Provenance: The Tatton Hewetson Collection. An identical example is illustrated in 'Seventeenth & Eighteenth Century English Glass', by Joseph Bles, pl.17 SOLD

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Meissen Chinoiserie teapot and cover, circa 1735,
Meissen Chinoiserie teapot and cover, circa 1735, Ref: U549
Meissen Chinoiserie teapot and cover, circa 1735, of bullet shape, the wishbone handle with gilding and purple and a shell thumb piece and the gilt spout moulded with a bird'shead, finely painted in the manner of J.G. Horoldt with each side depicting a chinoiserie scene with three figures setting taking tea in a garden with insects, below a Laub un Bandelwerk rim band; the cover decorated with two landscape vignettes, the acorn finial gilded; with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, and with gilt numeral ‘26.’ to the base and underside of cover; height: 3 7/8 in. (9.6 cm);  condition: rubbing, tiny glaze crack to inner rim, glaze crack to tip of handle, tiny flake to underside of handle, tiny fritting to rim of spout, base, drilled hole to the cover (and tiny fritting to underside rim) SOLD

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Swiss painted glass carafe, c. 1730, decorated wit
Swiss painted glass carafe, c. 1730, decorated wit Ref: D396
Swiss painted glass carafe, c. 1730, decorated with flowers and the bear emblematic of the city of Berne, height 16.5 cm. SOLD

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Rare Meissen teapot and cover, circa 1725, with a
Rare Meissen teapot and cover, circa 1725, with a Ref: U550
Rare Meissen teapot and cover, circa 1725, with a straight spout and loop handle with two opposing gilt line quatrofoil  cartouches, containing Bottger-lustre panels edged with swartzlot scrolls, one with coloured enamels with Oriental figure with an assistant at a water fountain making tea, the other in  schwartzlot with the Oriental man being offered the prepared tea , the sides with sprays of indianische Blumen; with underglaze-blue cross swords mark to the base,  and gilder’s letter ‘M’ initial, and with gilt numeral ‘40.’ to the base and underside of cover; height: 4 2/3 in. (11.8 cm);  condition: rubbing, tiny fritting to rim, spout, base, restored chip to cover SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground teapot and cover, c. 1735-40
Meissen purple-ground teapot and cover, c. 1735-40 Ref: U130
Meissen purple-ground teapot and cover, c. 1735-40, with scroll-moulded J-handle and grotesque bird spout, decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within ogival cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, the cover with a flower-bud knop, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, height: 4 1/2in., 11.4cm; condition: crack to base of handle, cover restored. SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground jug and cover, c. 1735-40, o
Meissen purple-ground jug and cover, c. 1735-40, o Ref: U131
Meissen purple-ground jug and cover, c. 1735-40, of pear-shape, with scroll-moulded funnel spout and moulded J-handle, decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within ogival cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, the cover with a flower-bud knop, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, height: 6 1/4in., 15.9cm; condition: nibbles to footrim, two chips to rim of cover restored. SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4 Ref: U134
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-40, the saucer decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within shaped cartouche with Laub-und Bandelwerk in red, purple and gold, the reverse with indianische Blumen against a lavender-ground, the teacup with harbour-scenes within shaped cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, with a spray of indianische Blumen to the inside, diameter of saucer: 5 5/16in., 13.5cm; condition: scratches, faint crack to base of handle, scratches to base of teabowl. SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4 Ref: U137
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-40, the saucer decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within shaped cartouche with Laub-und Bandelwerk in red, purple and gold, the reverse with indianische Blumen against a lavender-ground, the teacup with harbour-scenes within shaped cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, with a spray of indianische Blumen to the inside, diameter of saucer: 5 5/16in., 13.5cm; condition: crack to handle, scratches to lavender ground. SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground slop-bowl, c. 1735-40, decor
Meissen purple-ground slop-bowl, c. 1735-40, decor Ref: U138
Meissen purple-ground slop-bowl, c. 1735-40, decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within ogival cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, diameter: 6 13/16in., 17.3cm; condition: scratches to surface. SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground spoon-tray, c. 1735-40, deco
Meissen purple-ground spoon-tray, c. 1735-40, deco Ref: U139
Meissen purple-ground spoon-tray, c. 1735-40, decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within shaped cartouche with Laub-und Bandelwerk in red, purple and gold, the reverse with indianische Blumen against a lavender-ground, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, diameter: 4 1/4in., 1.2cm; condition: star-crack to base, two restored chips to rim, scratches to surface. SOLD

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Wedgwood Jasperware blue basalt jug, mid 19th cent
Wedgwood Jasperware blue basalt jug, mid 19th cent Ref: J875
Wedgwood Jasperware blue basalt jug, mid 19th century, finely decorated with applied classical female figures and a putto making offerings at an altar. Initialled in gilt with CM or CH. Height: 9 3/8 inches, 24 cm. Condition: perfect. SOLD

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Meissen yellow-ground teabowl and saucer, circa 17
Meissen yellow-ground teabowl and saucer, circa 17 Ref: Y716
Meissen yellow-ground teabowl and saucer, circa 1735, with puce camaieu decoration, the teabowl with two landscape panels bordered by birds amongst flowering branches, the saucer with a similar landscape with a horseman, with underglaze-blue crossed swords marks to base and Dreher's mark for Christian Meynert to base of saucer, diameter: condition: SOLD

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Pair of French Mennecy soft paste porcelaintobacco
Pair of French Mennecy soft paste porcelaintobacco Ref: Y826
Pair of French Mennecy soft paste porcelaintobacco jars and silver mounted covers, mid-18th century, decorated with braches of flowering prunus in the blanc-de-chine style, with 'DV' mark to base, height: approx. 6in., 5.2cm. SOLD

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A Meissen 'ornithological' two-handled oval soup t
A Meissen 'ornithological' two-handled oval soup t Ref: Y844
A Meissen 'ornithological' two-handled oval soup tureen and cover, circa 1750, raised on four paw feet, decorated with vignettes of birds with butterflies and insects, with a band of alt-Brandenstein moulding to rim of tureen and cover, with crossed-swords mark, diameter of bowl: 11 1/16in., 28.1cm; condition: handles broken off and re-stuck, star-crack to side, chips to feet. SOLD

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Meissen figure of a soldier, c. 1750, the figure s
Meissen figure of a soldier, c. 1750, the figure s Ref: U108
Meissen figure of a soldier, c. 1750, the figure standing before a tree-stump on a mound base, holding the butt of his musket on the ground, his right hand holding the barrel, with blue crossed swords mark to back of base, height: 4 1/2in., 11.4cm; condition: Provenance: Purchased at Sotheby's 1999 lot 79. SOLD

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English Chelsea 'Hob in the Well' octagonal kakiem
English Chelsea 'Hob in the Well' octagonal kakiem Ref: Y880
English Chelsea 'Hob in the Well' octagonal kakiemon-style dish, c. 1755, decorated in the centre with Sima Guang, a historian of the Song dynasty, rescuing his friend from drowning in a large jar by throwing stones to break it and release the water, while a third boy pulls him from the jar, with birds flying overhead, the border with a garland of flowerheads and foliage, diameter: 8 1/4in., 20.8cm; condition: broken and re-stuck with associated small chips restored. The design of this plate is based upon a c.1700 Japanese Arita ware original, and was also copied by Meissen and Chinese export kilns. Similar Chelsea dishes can be found in the British Museum Collection, museum number: 1938,0314.65.CR; and the Fitzwilliam Museum Collection. The design of this dish on Chelsea porcelain is known as 'Hob in the Well' as it was originally thought to have been based upon a scene in the play 'The Country Wake', written by Thomas Doggett in 1696. SOLD

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Meissen chinoiserie teapot and cover, c. 1723, pai
Meissen chinoiserie teapot and cover, c. 1723, pai Ref: Y280
Meissen chinoiserie teapot and cover, c. 1723, painted by Johann Gregorius Horoldt, of squat globular form, the curved spout moulded with a mask terminal, each side painted with a chinoiserie scene with two figures, within a gilt scrollwork cartouche filled with Böttger lustre and edged with iron-red scrolls, the spout, handle and cover painted with Indianische Blumen, with underglaze blue crossed swords, K.P.M. mark, gilder's numeral '92' (repeated on cover) and '574' in gilt to base of teapot; height: 4 1/2in., 11.5cm; condition: knop broken and restuck, tiny chip to spout
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French Mennecy soft paste porcelain tobacco jar an
French Mennecy soft paste porcelain tobacco jar an Ref: Y827
French Mennecy soft paste porcelain tobacco jar and silver mounted cover, mid-18th century, decorated with branches of flowering prunus in the Chinese blanc-de-chine style, height: 4in., 10.2cm. SOLD

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A Baccarat miniature close-packed millefiori glass
A Baccarat miniature close-packed millefiori glass Ref: Y671
A Baccarat miniature close-packed millefiori glass paperweight, signed and dated 'B 1848', set with brightly coloured canes including silhouettes of a goat, monkey, horse, dog and stag, the canes are drawn towards the centre of the base, the interior of the cushion is filled with filigree twists, diameter: 4.1cm. Close millefiori paperweights range in size from miniature to magnums of 4inches. The inner filigree twists prevent light from seeping between the canes, thus enhancing the effect of opaque solidity. For further information and for an illustrated example of a dated close millefiori paperweight see Hollister, Paul Jr. 'The Encyclopaedia of Glass Paperweights' (New York). SOLD

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A Wedgwood black jasper Trophy plate, 1820, in bla
A Wedgwood black jasper Trophy plate, 1820, in bla Ref: X537
A Wedgwood black jasper Trophy plate, 1820, in black jasper dip, crisply sprigged in white relief with a central vignette of Cupid embracing a swan, the border with a band of florets above festoons , trophies and small figural cameos, on the reverse impressed WEDGWOOD in uppercase, diameter: 8 1/8in. 20.6cm. , Provenance: Trelissick House, SOLD

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Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, d
Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, d Ref: Y407
Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, decorated with two cranes and bird in flight above a flowering bush, the rim moulded with pie-crust rim, with cross-swords mark in underglaze blue to base, diameter: 9 1/8in., 23.3cm; condition: slight rubbing. For a similar plate see Bonham's Bond St sale on 12th December 2012, lot 18. The cranes and birds are based on a Chinese Famille Verte dish from the collection of Augustus the Strong. SOLD

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Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, d
Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, d Ref: Y408
Meissen plate in the Kakiemon style, c. 1735-40, decorated with a bird perched on a branch surrounded by flowering plants issuing from rockwork, the rim moulded with Sulkowski-Ozier basket pattern, with cross-swords mark in underglaze blue to base, diameter: 9 1/8in., 23.3 cm; condition: slight rubbing. For a similar plate see Bonham's London sale of the Hoffmeister Collection on 24th November 2010, lot 27. SOLD

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Meissen cream pot and cover with side handle, c. 1
Meissen cream pot and cover with side handle, c. 1 Ref: Y400
Meissen cream pot and cover with side handle, c. 1740, decorated with sprays of flowers, the handle and spout moulded and gilded, with undergalze blue cross-swords marks to baseheight excluding cover: 2 1/3in., 5.7cm; condition: small firing crack to footrim SOLD

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Meissen Bttger porcelain teabowl and saucer, earl
Meissen Böttger porcelain teabowl and saucer, earl Ref: Y413
Meissen Böttger porcelain teabowl and saucer, early 18th century, in white, with moulded and applied acanthus-leaf decoration to the exterior of the bowl and underside of the saucer, from the workshop of Johann Friedrich Böttger, diameter of saucer: 5 3/16in., 13.2cm; condition: shallow chip and minute frits to foot rim of cup and saucer, slight speckling to glaze. SOLD

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Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J.
Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J. Ref: X907
Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J. Kandler, the exterior moulded with basketwork, the handles with mask terminals representing the four seasons, the interior decorated with the Koreanischer Lowe pattern, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue, diameter: 9 1/4in. 23.4cm., condition: handles restored, Provenance: C. Bednarczyk, Vienna and the Gustav Leonhardt collection SOLD

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Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J.
Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J. Ref: X908
Meissen oval basket, circa 1735, modelled by J. J. Kandler, the exterior moulded with basketwork, the handles with mask terminals representing the four seasons, the interior decorated with sprigs of indianische Blumen, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue, diameter: 9 1/4in. 23.4cm., condition: handles restored, Provenance: C. Bednarczyk, Vienna and the Gustav Leonhardt collection SOLD

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Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pat
Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pat Ref: V673
Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial plate, late 18th /early 19th century, with lobed rim, decorated in the centre with the arms of ? (gules a chevron between three griffins' heads impaling azure three lozenges proper), bordered by lappet-shaped panels of mythical beasts alternating with vases issuing gilt foliage, on a seeded green-ground, within gilt rims, with the crest; a falcon tiring charged standing on a tower argent, diameter: 8 1/8in.; 20.6cm; condition: some wear and glaze crackling. SOLD

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Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pat
Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pat Ref: V675
Chamberlain Worcester 'Dragon in Compartments' pattern armorial plate, late 18th /early 19th century, decorated in the centre with the crest of the Parker family (a stag trippant proper), bordered by lappet-shaped panels of mythical beasts alternating with vases issuing gilt foliage, on a seeded green-ground, within gilt rims, diameter: 7 1/8in. 18.2cm; condition: very slight wear to gilding. The Parkers had their family seat in Browsholme, Yorkshire since the reign of Henry VIII. A Chinese coffee cup, dated Qianlong (1736-95), with the arms and crest of Parker is illustrated in Howard, David S., Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, p. 434, R9. SOLD

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Meissen porcelain bullet-shape turquoise-ground te
Meissen porcelain bullet-shape turquoise-ground te Ref: X160
Meissen porcelain bullet-shape turquoise-ground teapot and cover, circa 1740-45, : with elongated cartouches containing figures in a landscape with buildings, blue crossed swords to the base and gilt 20 mark, the gilt spout mouldedwith a bird'shead and the wishbone handle with a shell thumb piece, height: 2 15/16in. 7.5cm., condition: minor wear to gilding Provenance: Probably acquired from Hugo Helbing (1863-1938) who was a prominent art dealer in Munich in the early 20th century. Helbing was arrested in the Kristallnacht and was beaten and died of his injuries on 30th November 1938 SOLD

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Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730
Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730 Ref: X184
Meissen teabowl and saucer, circa 1730 SOLD

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Meissen coffee cup and saucer, c. 1740, decorated
Meissen coffee cup and saucer, c. 1740, decorated Ref: Y181
Meissen coffee cup and saucer, c. 1740, decorated with Turkish and European merchants in a harbour landscape, with blue underglaze cross marks to base, diameter of saucer 5 3/8in., 13.5cm, height of cup: 2 5/8in., 6.8cm; condition: wear to gilding SOLD

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Meissen group of boy and ram, circa 1900
Meissen group of boy and ram, circa 1900 Ref: PC4
Meissen group of boy and ram, circa 1900 SOLD

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Meissen figure of boy by a tree stump, circa 1900
Meissen figure of boy by a tree stump, circa 1900 Ref: PC5
Meissen figure of boy by a tree stump, circa 1900 SOLD

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Meissen monkey-band figure of a cellist, circa 175
Meissen monkey-band figure of a cellist, circa 175 Ref: R96
Meissen monkey-band figure of a cellist, circa 1755, modelled by J. J. Kandler, wearing a black tricorn, yellow jacket with gilt buttons, purple waistcoat and black breeches, on a scroll-moulded base edged in gilding and applied with leaves and flowers, crossed swords in underlaze blue to rear of base, impressed 19, height: 12cm. 4 3/4in. condition: left hand and foot restored, neck, scroll and bow of instrument restored, some re-touching to black enamels SOLD

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Meissen figure of a peasant, circa 1740, modelled
Meissen figure of a peasant, circa 1740, modelled Ref: R786
Meissen figure of a peasant, circa 1740, modelled by J. J. Kandler, with a turquoise cap, white jacket with red cufs, baggy yellow pantaloons and black shoes, with a tobacco pouch on his right knee filling his pipe, seated on a blue cushion with tassels on rockwork on a rectangular base with applied flowers and a pouring vessel, height: 5in. 12.7cm. condition: lacking part of stem of pipe SOLD

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Meissen figure of Barbara Uttman, circa 1740, with
Meissen figure of Barbara Uttman, circa 1740, with Ref: R787
Meissen figure of Barbara Uttman, circa 1740, with her hair tied in elaborate head bands, in a short black over jacket, white apron over a yellow dress, with blue shoes, seated on a turquoise cushion on rockwork on a shaped mound base, with a lace pillow on her lap, height: 4 3/4in. 12cm., condition: restoration to left hand and thumb, index finger and toe of left shoe, some flaking to turquoise enamel, SOLD

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Meissen porcelain pastoral group, marked with unde
Meissen porcelain pastoral group, marked with unde Ref: N356
Meissen porcelain pastoral group, marked with underglaze blue cossed swords to the base inscribed 613. In red to the underside, circa 1740, painted in colours and modelled by J.J. Kaendler as a seated sheperdhess playing a lute beside a gentleman offering her a flower and holding a tricorn hat under his left arm, standing in front of a tree, the shaped base with a lamb and applied with flowers and leaves, height 14.4cm., condition: chips and small restoration to extremities SOLD

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Fine pair of yellow ground Meissen teabowls and a
Fine pair of yellow ground Meissen teabowls and a Ref: N925
Fine pair of yellow ground Meissen teabowls and a saucer, circa 1735 SOLD

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A Meissen Schwartzlot teacup and saucer, circa 174
A Meissen Schwartzlot teacup and saucer, circa 174 Ref: N926
A Meissen Schwartzlot teacup and saucer, circa 1740 SOLD

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Meissen water jug and cover, c1740, of octagonal f
Meissen water jug and cover, c1740, of octagonal f Ref: P41
Meissen water jug and cover, c1740, of octagonal form and painted in Kakiemon palette with the quail pattern, scroll handle and brown painted rims, blue cross swords mark, height: 17cm., condition: restoration to spout and rim of cover SOLD

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Meissen porcelain bowl, circa 1735, decorated in t
Meissen porcelain bowl, circa 1735, decorated in t Ref: P605
Meissen porcelain bowl, circa 1735, decorated in the Horoldt manner front and verso with a pair of cartouche shaped panels finely enamelled with a Summer and Winter landscape reserved on a ground containing Kakiemon sprays, the interior with a further landscape panel, diameter: 16cm. 6 1/4in. SOLD

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Meissen octagonal bowl, circa 1728-30, enamelled i
Meissen octagonal bowl, circa 1728-30, enamelled i Ref: Q136
Meissen octagonal bowl, circa 1728-30, enamelled in Kakiemon style with repeating panels of four different formal flowering plats, a border of flowerheads and leaves inside, with flared rim with a scrolling leaves and flowers, traces of crossed swords mark in overglaze blue enamel, diameter: 11.7cm. 4 9/16in. condition: restoration to a section of the rim. Provenance: the Brigadier J.M. Neilson collection. A very similar bowl bearing the Jonanneum mark N=251W was in the exhibition of Meissen Porcelain from German Private Collections, Hetjens-Museum, Dusseldorf, 1997, fig.133. A closely related Japanese prototype from the collection at Burghley House was in the British Museum 'Porcelain for Palaces' exhibition, 1990 fig. 128 SOLD

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Superb Galle glass lamp, circa 1900, decorated wit
Superb Galle glass lamp, circa 1900, decorated wit Ref: R371
Superb Galle glass lamp, circa 1900, decorated with maroon and red sycamore leaves against a cream background, signed Galle, height: 23 1/4in. 59cm. SOLD

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Superb Galle glass vase, circa 1900, decorated wit
Superb Galle glass vase, circa 1900, decorated wit Ref: R372
Superb Galle glass vase, circa 1900, decorated with red peonies against a cream background, with dark maroon rim to neck, signed Galle, height: 24in. 61cm. Provenance: Collection of Gustaf Lofbergs SOLD

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Fine Galle mushroom-shaped glass lamp, circa 1900,
Fine Galle mushroom-shaped glass lamp, circa 1900, Ref: R373
Fine Galle mushroom-shaped glass lamp, circa 1900, decorated with green and dark maroon ferns and tendrils against a salmon pink background, height: 13 3/4in. 35cm. Provenance: Collection of Gustaf Lofbergs SOLD

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Meissen cup and saucer, circa 1740, the cup of oge
Meissen cup and saucer, circa 1740, the cup of oge Ref: U458
Meissen cup and saucer, circa 1740, the cup of ogee form with scrolling wishbone handle decorated with quayside scenes with merchants and figures within concentric iron red circles, with gilt strapwork borders, underglaze blue crossed swords marks to base, the cup with L in gilt to base, the saucer with incised numerals 63 and initial B in red, diameter of saucer: 5 1/4in. (13.5cm); condition: small frits to footrim of cup and 2 paint flakes, minor wear to the saucer. Provence: The Delphinium Collection, see Bonhams 20th March 2013, Lot 53. SOLD

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Meissen lobed teapot, circa 1730, decorated in Kak
Meissen lobed teapot, circa 1730, decorated in Kak Ref: U534
Meissen lobed teapot, circa 1730, decorated in Kakiemon style with a flowering branch on one side and a Phoenix in flight on the other, height: 4 1/4/in. (10.8cm); condition: lacking cover. SOLD

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Doccia teabowl and associated saucer, circa 1755,
Doccia teabowl and associated saucer, circa 1755, Ref: V55
Doccia teabowl and associated saucer, circa 1755, decorated 'alla Sassone' in the Meissen style of circa 1726, with the violet in imitation of Bottger lustre, the teabowl with elaborate cartouches containing figures with palm trees , the saucer with elaborate cartouche with a lady seated on a rock holding a parasol besides a tree, height of teabowl: 1 3/4in. 4.5cm. diameter of saucer: 4 15/16in.12.5cm. condition: small hairline to saucer SOLD

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Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-4 Ref: U136
Meissen purple-ground teacup and saucer, c. 1735-40, the saucer decorated with harbour scenes of merchants, ships and European rural landscapes within shaped cartouche with Laub-und Bandelwerk in red, purple and gold, the reverse with indianische Blumen against a lavender-ground, the teacup with harbour-scenes within shaped cartouches against a lavender-ground with indianische Blumen, with a spray of indianische Blumen to the inside, diameter of saucer: 5 5/16in., 13.5cm; condition: small frits to rim, light scratching to lavender ground. SOLD

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A Baccarat millefiori glass paperweight, signed an
A Baccarat millefiori glass paperweight, signed an Ref: U228
A Baccarat millefiori glass paperweight, signed and dated 'B 1848', set with brightly coloured canes including silhouettes of dogs and a horse, the canes are drawn towards the centre of the base, diameter: approx. 3in., 7.7cm; condition: minor scratches and wear. Close millefiori paperweights range in size from miniature to magnums of 4inches. For further information and for an illustrated example of a dated close millefiori paperweight see Hollister, Paul Jr. 'The Encyclopaedia of Glass Paperweights' (New York). SOLD

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Meissen silver-mounted octagonal coffee pot and co
Meissen silver-mounted octagonal coffee pot and co Ref: U535
Meissen silver-mounted octagonal coffee pot and cover, circa 1735, decorated in the Kakiemon style with panels of foliate scrollwork reserved on an iron-red ground alternating with a gilt chrysanthemum head, alternating with flowers and Chinese symbols on a white background, the cover, with a hinged mount, similarly decorated; the ear-shaped handle and spout decorated with dianthus heads and flowers, crossed swords mark in purple enamel to the base, impressed Dreher's mark of three circles for Gottfried Seydel, height: 8 13/16in., 22.5cm. For a similar coffee pot and cover see Dr. Ernst Schneider Collection,, Schloss Lustheim, illustrated by J. Weber, Meissener Porzellane mit Dekoren nach ostasiatischen Vorbildern (2013), vol. II, cat. no. 119. SOLD

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Pair of Meissen Teabowls, circa 1725-30, decorated
Pair of Meissen Teabowls, circa 1725-30, decorated Ref: U611
Pair of Meissen Teabowls, circa 1725-30, decorated with chinoiserie scenes of figures in a garden setting with flowers and insects, the one with a figure standing by a plinth surmounted by a statue, and two figures brewing tea on the reverse side, the other with two figures drinking tea, and a single figure within a fenced garden playing an instrument, all within gilt scrollwork cartouches filled with Böttger lustre, edged with purple and iron-red scrollwork, the rims gilded, the interiors decorated with flowering plants issuing from stylised rockwork beneath gilt scroll and strapwork borders, the base impressed with gilt letter ‘K.’ inside the footrim for Johann Martin Kittel. Height: 1 7/8 in. (4.8 cm.) condition: ; Sketches of similar figures to those depicted on these teabowls can be found on plates 21 and 23 of the Schulz Codex. SOLD

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Meissen twin-handled beaker, circa 1725-30, decora
Meissen twin-handled beaker, circa 1725-30, decora Ref: U612
Meissen twin-handled beaker, circa 1725-30, decorated with chinoiserie scenes depicting a single figure of a man wearing a hat with drinking vessels outside a pavilion with bird and insect by a flowering branch, and another figure engaged in catching a bird within a garden setting with an insect, all within a gilt scrollwork quatrelobe cartouche filled with Böttger lustre and edged with purple, iron-red and green scrollwork, the handles with gilding, the gilded rim with a gilt scroll- and strapwork border to the interior, the base with the gold numeral ‘1.’, impressed Dreher's mark inside the footrim for Johann Martin Kittel. Height: 3 ¼ in. (8.2 cm); condition: minor wear to gilding; For a similarly decorated twin-handled beaker see Pietsch, ‘Johann Gregorius Horoldt 1696-1775’ (1996), pp.104-5, cat.82. Sketches of a similar figure to that on one side of the beaker can be found on plates 11, 12 and 15 of the Schulz Codex. SOLD

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Meissen sucriere and cover, circa 1740, finely pai
Meissen sucriere and cover, circa 1740, finely pai Ref: U627
Meissen sucriere and cover, circa 1740, finely painted with figures in continuous European landscape scenes, including fishermen and a mounted rider with a dog, the cover similarly decorated with continuous rural scenes by a river and mounted with a flower finial, the rims gilded, with underglaze-blue crossed swords mark to base, and gilder’s mark ‘Sl.’ to base and underside of cover; height: 4 5/8 in. (11.8 cm.), diameter: 4 3/8 in. (11.4 cm.); condition: wear to gilding, tiny chip to flower. SOLD

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Chinese dehua moulded saucer, circa 1700, the unde
Chinese dehua moulded saucer, circa 1700, the unde Ref: U716
Chinese dehua moulded saucer, circa 1700, the underside with incised Japanese Palace inventory nuber N = 83- above a triangle, Schloss Moritzburg inventory number I.A. 130/b in red-brown lacquer, Dresden Porzellansammlung inv. No P.O. 690 in red, diameter: 4 3/4 in.(12.1cm.). Provenance: The Royal collections of Saxony, Japanese Palace, Dresden by 1721. SOLD

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Chinese beaker, circa 1720, decorated in the works
Chinese beaker, circa 1720, decorated in the works Ref: U717
Exceptionally rare Chinese beaker, circa 1720, decorated in the workshop of Daniel and Ignaz Preissler, Kronstadt, painted in black with gilded details in which stands a figure of a woman emblematic of the goddess 'Flora', recognisable by her garland, stepping into a continuous landscape scene containing a palatial house within landscaped grounds, underglaze blue mark to base, height: 2 7/8in. (7.3cm.). SOLD

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Meissen coffee cup and saucer, circa 1740-45, with
Meissen coffee cup and saucer, circa 1740-45, with Ref: Q991
Meissen coffee cup and saucer, circa 1740-45, with ozier moulded borders, finely painted in the manner of J.G. Klinger with a bundle of cut flowers tied by a ribbon and scattered insects, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue to base, diameter of saucer: 5 5/16in., 13.5cm; condition: minute frits to rim of cup, wear to gilding.

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