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A Victorian green ground porcelain two handled topographical titled vase, probably Rockingham, circa 1835, painted with sail boats and titled 'Burlington Quay, Yorkshire' and 'S...bro Castle, Yorkshire, 40 cm high
A pair of English porcelain sauce tureens and covers with stands, possibly Rockingham, circa 1830, each with a rose finial and painted with cartouche of floral sprays on an ochre ground picked in gilt, 15.5 cm high
A pair of Rockingham plates, circa 1830. The pair of moulded plates with scrolled and shell form edges, Regency green borders with four loose arrangements of hand painted fruits and centred with finely painted roses, anemones, poppies in bold colours; unma
A Rockingham cabinet plate, circa 1826-30, pattern 546, the lobed plate with a gadroon and rococo moulded rim decorated centrally with a bouquet of summer blooms and a wide mid green border with three similarly embellished shaped and gilded reserves; with
A rare Rockingham trio, circa 1826-30, tea ware pattern 655, page 30 from Rockingham pattern book, comprising a saucer and two cups of differing sizes, in rich cream and depicting the rare moulded 'Primrose leaf' to the cups with twisted stalk handles to b
A Rockingham classical 2 handled vase, gilt with blue ground with reserve of flowers on a table, marked (Godden 3359) heavily restored, height 27 cm and a Rockingham gravy tureen, salmon ground, gilded with floral reserves, marked (variation of Godden 3359
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