A Grimwades Byzanta Ware Fairy Lustre Pedestal rose bowl, with original pierced fitted lid, the body with various winged elves and pixies amongst toadstools within a landscape, polychrome lustre with gilt highlights. Height 15.5 cm
A Grimwade pottery jardiniere, 1891-1900, with stamp of Grimwade's works at Stoke, the pot with a scalloped rim and a moulded leaf and scroll design in bottle green with a muted pink and cream wild rose pattern throughout; red stamp of period underside and
Three English porcelain vases, including Grimwades lustre with eastern bazaar scene; Shelley souvenir Ware 'Lighthouse, Wollongong;' and Foley with sailing boats decoration. Height 19 cm 16 cm and 14 cm
Three various pieces English china. Grimwades bowl, blossom decorated on black ground (stained and crazed); Royal Winton trifooted bowl, blossom decoration; and early vegetable tureen (rim chip). Diameter 23 cm. (Winton)
A Grimwades Byzanta Ware lustre bowl, 1920/1930s, of broad low form with a slightly inverted rim, the interior with a central floral spray surrounded by various butterflies upon a mottled blue ground, the exterior with a continuous ribbon of japonica bloss
A Grimwade’s Old Bill wall plate decorated with a lithograph by Bruce Bairnsfather ‘What Time do they feed the Sea-lions Alf?’ framed by a broad border depicting biplanes, barbed wire and bursting shells. Diameter 25 cm
English Grimwades orange Byzant Ware lustre comport, the interior superbly decorated with birds in relief. Diameter 30 cm, and a Royal Winton Art Deco vase of baluster form with panels of flowers on a light green ground. Height 22 cm.
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