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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 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
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 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 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 garniture of three blue ground two handled vases and covers, circa 1765. 27 cm high. Provenance: The Barry Byrne Collection, Christie's Sydney, 15 & 16 July 1992, lot 655. Christie's London, 19 November 1979, lot 12. Illustrated: Derby Porcelain, T
A large Derby vase with 'A View in Cumberland', 1806-1825, of typical carinate urn form with a broad waisted neck, foliate scrolled handles, a small stem and circular foot to a square base, reserved with a well painted landscape view upon a cobalt ground l
A Derby vase, circa 1815-20, the campana shaped vase in cobalt blue with serpent ring handles finely decorated with gilt scrolls, acanthus and anthemion motifs, with a panel probably by Thomas Steele of an assortment of summer fruits, iron red marks unders
A pair of 18th/19th century Derby porcelain urn vases with two handles and square bases, each richly gilt and with painted fruit panels on a cobalt blue ground, circa 1795-1805. Some restoration work. Height 30 cm
A Derby porcelain two handled chocolate cup, saucer and cover, circa 1800, painted and gilt with oval medallions and blue flowers and gilt vases; together with a moulded cup with gilt flowers, probably Nantgarw
A pair of Robert Bloor & Co Derby campana shapes vases, each with painted view of Landscape on front and verso, and titled on the base, painted in the Manner of Robert Brewer, with moulded gilt handles and raised gilt decoration, the interior with raised g
A fine late 19th century vase, possibly Derby of globular form, with a flared neck and moulded mask decoration with moulded handles and a painted cartouche of birds signed Landry, within swags of flowers and gilt highlights.20 cm high.
A garniture of three Derby Frill vases, circa 1765, comprising a pierced baluster-shaped vase and cover together with a pair of tulip-shaped vases and covers all with paired mask handles and applied floral sprays in high relief and painted with butterflies
A pair of ewer shaped Bloor Derby vases, spouts with gilded and jewelled handles, fluted base and neck, gilded topographical front panels depicting Gainsborough bridge and Melrose Abbey, Roxburgshire, with early restoration
A Chelsea floral encrusted vase and a Derby stand, 18th century, the vase of baluster form, heavily encrusted with floral and foliate decoration, stand with similar decorative motifs, the vase. Height 31 cm
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