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A Lynton porcelain (Derby) Bough vase with cover, after 1980, signed probably by Stefan Nowacki. The semi-circular vase with moulded rims and base, having ram's head lug handles, and lavishly gilded with paste floral sprays and swags, a central cartouc

A pair of Georgian tea bowls by Derby, 1782-1,800 period, pattern 129, the ovoid tea bowls tapering to small foot rims, both with gold rims and sprigged with blue and mauve cornflowers with gilded enrichments to the exterior and centre; with puce mark of p

Twenty four pieces of C1820 Derby porcelain, with hand painted roses and gilt decoration, to include 7 cups, 8 saucers, 5 plates, 1 bowl, 1 sugar bowl, and 1 lidded pot

Stevenson & Hancock, Derby loving cup handpainted flowers in apple green ground. Just over 7 cms high approx

A Duesbury Derby sugar basin and cover. 14 cm high, 20 cm long

A Derby Oriental style bowl, circa 1782, the lobed bowl centred with stylised flowers enclosed by four lattice and swirl patterned compartments each with floral and fantastic beast medallions in iron red, apple green and cobalt colours with gilt enrichment

A Derby campana vase, circa 1815, the richly gilded vase of typical pedestal form with looped snake handles and a reserved rose, passiflora, aquilegia and tulip bouquet in enamel colours, with iron red mark underside and painted numerals 48. Height 20 cm

Antique Derby cup, saucer & plate set, Imari pattern, red factory mark, circa 1880s

Derby 18th century Derby figure of James Quinn in the Role of Falstaff standing on a low scrolled base applied with flowers, wearing a patterned waistcoat to conceal his pot belly, a carefully inscribed innkeeper's account hanging from one pocket, orange b

A pair Derby style, Imari palette, campagna shape large urns hand painted porcelain; bearing Derby mark to base. Height 63 cm. Diameter 52 cm

A pair of Derby bocage candlesticks, circa 1765-1770. The softpaste porcelain pair in pale colours decorated with flower encrusted and draped cupids and floriform sconces, one cupid gesturing to a flaming heart hidden within the bocage and both raised upon

A fine yellow Derby vase in the Aesthetic manner, 1885, the compressed gourd style vase with a slender neck, a pinched rim and an angled rope twist handle beautifully decorated with gilt paste chrysanthemums over base green and red colours upon a vibrant c

A Duesbery Derby shell shaped dish, circa 1810, the Thomas steel decorated dish, with a fine central still life of summer fruits in a basket, the cavetto of cobalt blue lavishly gilded and having a scalloped rim; with iron red mark of the period underside.

A Derby campana urn, circa 1810-15, the urn with snake form handles and a footed base richly decorated to the body with floral designs upon a solid gold ground, and sprigged with gilt enrichments upon white;, with an unusual gold mark underside. Height 17

A Derby Named View pedestal vase, circa 1815, Reserved with a finely painted sublime view in Italy with embellished 'C; form handles with mascarons and acanthus to a reserve upon a cobalt ground with gilt enrichments, a circular socle to a squared base; ma

A Derby plate, circa 1770-82, the plate decorated in the neoclassical manner with delicate swags to the rim enclosed by a lilac border and a gilded shaped edge, a floral spray centrally; with a blue mark of the period underside. Diameter 23.5 cm

A pair of Derby bocage child Gardener candlesticks, circa 1770, the boy and girl opposite pair, each bearing aprons of encrusted flowers with flowery bowers behind, and raised upon pierced rocaille bases decorated with typical Derby turquoise coloration wi

A Derby shepherdess figure, circa 1756-1760, the delightful 'Pale family' figure of an animated shepherdess with a floral skirt and a perky hat and decorated in fresh apple green, pink and lemon tones, a small lamb at her feet and raised upon a footed roco

A fine Derby floral decorated teapot, circa 1760-65, the globular pot with a domed lid and knop finial, an ear form handle and a moulded spout, sprigged with floral designs in colours. Height 15 cm. Width 22 cm

A Derby boy figure Emblematic of Summer, circa 1760s, from the Seasons, and depicting a seated boy in breeches and a frock coat in apple green and iron red colours and wearing a wheat ear wreath about his head, holding wheat sheaves in his hands with a sca

An early Derby reticulated plate, circa 1760, having a ringed trellis border and a leaf moulded dish in apple green and puce upon a white ground. Diameter 18 cm

A Derby Named View pedestal vase, circa 1815, Reserved with a finely painted cottage and landscape view in Derbyshire with embellished 'C; form handles with mascarons and acanthus upon a cobalt ground with gilt enrichments, a circular socle to a squared ba

A Derby figure of a shepherdess mandolin player, circa 1760s, the seated shepherdess in a floral sprigged dress and a summer hat, in apple green, orange and puce colours upon a flower encrusted tree trunk and base, a well modelled sheep at her side; four p

A fine Derby floral plate, circa 1810, with decoration in the manner of Leonard lead, beautifully embellished with asymmetric sprays and loose bouquets of summer blooms in predominantly pink and purple tones; with paper label of Cp Neve collection; undersi

Antique Derby Old Imari pattern pieces comprising, 2 cups, a saucer & cake plate, saucer has been repaired, circa 1890, each having an armorial

A set of Derby child 'The Four Quarters of the Globe', circa 1780 after the Meissen models by FE Meyer and JF Eberlein, inscribed No 200. 16 cm high (4)

A pottery recumbent ram, probably Derby, circa 1755. 7.5 cm wide

A pair of Derby flower pots containing arrangements of flowers, circa 1760. 13 cm high (2)

A Derby standing putto holding a basket of flowers, circa 1760. 9 cm high

A pair of Derby Mansion House dwarfs, bases inscribed No 227 & 229, circa 1760, 27 & 28 cm high. These models originate from engravings by Jacques Callot of a troupe of performing dwarfs who visited the Medici court in Florence. The term 'Mansion House Dwa

A Derby standing putto holding a basket of flowers, circa 1760. 14 cm high

A Chelsea Derby putti and amorous trophies dish attributed to Richard Askew, circa 1775. 21 cm diameter

A Chelsea Derby putti and amorous trophies cup and saucer attributed to Richard Askew circa 1775, gilt conjoined anchor and D mark

A Chelsea Derby openwork circular basket, gold anchor and D mark, circa 1775. 23 cm diameter. Provenance: The Barry Byrne Collection, Christie's Sydney, 15 & 16 July 1992, lot 572