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Christopher Dresser design, Torquay jug and small vase with pewter lid, with mask handles and Egyptian inspired decoration

Antique Copeland Spode watering can, designed by Dr Christopher Dresser circa 1890, 23.5 cm high

Wedgwood hares fur glazed majolica salad bowl, server and ice pail, after a design by Christopher Dresser, plate mounts stamped high and high for Hulkin &c Heath (4)

Pair Anton Boullemier hand painted 'Putti' cabinet plates, c. 1878 enamelled border design by Dr. Christopher Dresser manufactured by Mintons factory England with makers and retailers marks diameter: 24 cm

Attributed to Mintons, Christopher dresser, porcelain pilgrim flask. Dragons, masks and geometric decoration. Possibly faint impressed mark to base. Height 31 cm

A good Linthorpe Art Pottery sea Urchin vessel by Christopher Dresser, the domed body with raised spine bumps under a rich brown variegated glaze. Impressed marks on base are indistinct, circa 1880. Height 22 cm

An Ault pottery vase designed by Christopher Dresser, the graduated green body of squat globular form with stylized loop handles and painted decoration; relief moulded and impressed factory marks to the base; 17 cm high

Large Wedgwood blue and white plate in the Mistletoe pattern. Designed attributed to Christopher Dresser. 1871 (Acf) diameter 36 cm

A pair of rare Minton plates hand painted with nymphs by Antonin Boullemier, the celeste blue richly enamelled borders designed by Christopher Dresser and decorated in relief with raised enamels and gilding

A pair of rare Minton plates hand painted with cherubs by Antonin Boullemier, the celeste blue richly enamelled borders designed by Christopher Dresser and decorated in relief with raised enamels and gilding

Anton Boullemier Dr. Christopher Dresser pair of Minton plates, 1878 each decorated with a frolicking putti, chip to one plate diameter 24 cm

Victoria Art Pottery red glazed vase with a woven cane and floral motif, stamped on the base 'Vap/Wf'. William Ferry (1861-1934) and his brother Graham (1847-1924) both studied under Dr Christopher Dresser in 1879. Graham moved to Australia in 1881 and ope

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