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Various porcelain plates including Staffordshire and ironstone bowls, a Ridgeway comport with painted flowers, and other meat plates.

Three Victorian Prattware ceramic meat paste pots, with diamond shaped design registration mark to base indicating 1856, 10 cm high approx

Two Royal Crown Derby Imari dishes 1974 and other, patterns 1128 and 2541. Two oval sweet meat dishes with scrolling rims and integral handles, the larger in 'Old Japan Imari', the other in 'Traditional Imari'; backstamps to both. Height 4.

A Royal Crown Derby Imari covered Sweet meat bowl 1980/1982, old Imari Japan pattern 1128. The tapering oval pedestal dish with a domed lid and pierced handle, having lavishly gilded curvaceous handles and similarly embellished to the rococo styled base; b

Two Meakin 'Bleu de Roi' meat platters. 1914 onwards, the large oval platters with broad cobalt borders decorated with repeat foliate patterns and a flower encrusted lattice; with backstamps underside. Length 45.5 cm. Width 36.5 cm.

Meissen porcelain meat platter oval form with crosshatched border in relief 55 cm (length)

A pair of Chamberlain Worcester meat plates, circa 1845, (2) each having a gilt highlighted rococo scroll rim, a white ground, painted with floral sprigs to the cavatto, bearing a crest to the centre with the motto ' Candidus Audaxque, (2), 41 cm wide

A blue and white transfer printed chinoiserie Staffordshire meat dish, English 19th century, 50 x 39 cm

A rare Dr Wall Worcester blue and white potted meat jar, circa 1755-58, the tapering straightsided tub with a thickened rim, sprigged with passionflower style blooms and trailing foliage, patterned to the interior of the rim; marked with blue crescent unde

An antique blue and white ceramic meat platter 'Sevres Wreath'

Antique blue and white willow pattern meat platter, approx 38 x 46 cm

A pair of glazed and bisque porcelain sweet meat stands by Richard Ginori, Italian, 19th century. 23 cm high

Four Royal Crown Derby items: a vase, two dishes and a box, variously dated from 1967 to 2000, in old Imari Japan pattern 1128, including a wide trumpet shaped vase, a side plate, sweet meat dish and a covered box all in a richly brocaded iron red, deep na

Early Spode meat platter, Indian tree pattern circa 1820

A group of fourteen Wedgwood Etruria Tablewares, 1922, 'Floral' design, with a US patent, a mixed group including a large moulded meat platter, two further platters, two bowls, and dinner plates, shallow bowls, soup bowls for two and three salt and pepper

Five various Victorian meat platters. Pictorial & floral designs. English makers including Wedgwood. Length 40 cm (largest)

Early 19th century Australian Union Club Ship, Colonies and Commerce meat tray along with three others (faults)

A collection of six Limoges transfer printed dishes with scenes of Paris, together with a large meat platter and two smaller platters

Antique Minton meat platter, with diamond shaped registration mark that indicates circa 1851, 54 cm x 42.5 cm

A Royal Worcester old Indian tree pattern meat plate, with moulded gray drainer with a puce mark. 54 cm long

A Staffordshire blue and white meat plate, circa 1840. Bridge pattern within a leaf and flower border. 37 cm high, 48 cm wide.

Spode blue and white meat platter, decorated with Chinoiserie pattern. Length 53 cm. Width 40 cm

A Spode 'Blue Italian' pattern meat dish, 1820, rectangular with canted corners, transfer-printed in blue, impressed mark underside, width 41.5 cm. Depth 32.5 cm

Georgian Derby meat platter. Handpainted floral bouquet, with gilt border (some rubbing). Red mark to underside, c.1820s. Length 47 cm

A Spode blue and white rectangular meat dish, English 19th century, 44 x 58 cm

Dr Wall period Worcester meat plate, of rectangular shape, decorated with pine cone pattern, bears crescent mark to base. 25x34 cm

Bow 18th century Figure of a Turk with Sweet Meat Basket some restoration

Two 19th century Staffordshire meat plates each with transfer decoration. Small plate length 39 cm. Large plate length 45.5 cm