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An impressive Coalport hand painted scale blue cabinet plate having gilt decoration with painted butterflies and birds with a central landscape

A Coalport teaset for six with pheasant pattern, comprising six each cups, saucers & plates

Two Coalport figurines, Margaret Tempest "little grey rabbit goes shopping", 1980 & a hen, 10 x 7 x 7 cm [rabbit]

A Coalport 'Hockey Stick' Blind moulded cup and saucer, circa 1825, pattern 2/61 decorated by David Evans, formerly of Swansea, the gilt trimmed scallop edged cup and saucer decorated with exuberant and bright floral borders depicting at least ten

A Coalport saucer or small dish, circa 1805. Provenance: the McShane Stephens collection, with a finely gilded border of anthemion, arabesques and seaweed, and a bordered roundel painted with a pair of imagined equine creatures in a rocky landscape setting

A Coalport dessert plate, circa 1840, pattern 4/412, decorated by Stephen Lawrance, the plate having a moulded rim with sand and gilt acanthus scrolled rims, sprigs and gilt enrichments, three shaped reserves enclosing floral sprays, and centred with a fin

A Coalport cup and saucer, circa 1805-10, independently decorated, the cup and saucer with pink and green floral borders between gold bands, both decorated with circular and oval reserves with grisaille landscape scenes, height 6 cm, (cup) diameter 13.5 cm

A Coalport cabinet plate, circa 1805, probably London decorated, the lobe edged plate in apricot beige with a generous gilt arabesque border in the London manner and decorated with a pair of lightly detailed bronze silhouette classical figures; unmarked, d

A Coalport panoramic urn vase with a rose border, circa 1805, the carinate shaped urn with high set whorl end handles, with gilt paste decoration to the collar and pedestal, the body with a continuous rural landscape above a border of pink roses on a black

A significant Coalport comport with the Mcauliffe Family crest, 1805-10, by James Donovan of Dublin, decorators and retailers, decorated in the French manner to three shaped reserves with pairs of brightly coloured birds in landscapes upon a lavishly gilt

A Coalport botanical plate, circa 1800, London decorated, a delicately moulded plate with beading and panels of piercings interspersed with floral sprigs, centred with a yellow 'Lesser Day Lily'; specimen title underside, height 22.5 cm

A Coalport Empire style teapot, circa 1810-15, of tapering form with a 'Grotesque' flying handle and spout, a domed lid with pinecone finial, having a frieze in salmon, purple and gold colours with paterae and palmettes between formal leaf borders,

A neoclassical John Rose Coalport creamer, circa 1800-1805, of elegant oval straight-sided shape with a high handle, having a broad gilt and pink guilloche floral patterned frieze below a salmon band with purple palmettes; unmarked, height 10.5 cm

A Coalport Empire style teapot, circa 1810-15, of tapering form with a 'Grotesque' flying handle and spout, a domed lid with pinecone finial, in salmon and gold colours with key fret, laurel and line borders, and a broad gilded salmon frieze overla

A Coalport lozenge shaped Spaniel dish, circa 1800-1805, the dish with an everted rim and anthemion and vegetal borders, centred with a naturalistic scene of two spaniels drinking and cavorting in a lake; unmarked, height 4.5 cm, length 28.5 cm, width 19 c

A John Rose Coalport sucrier, circa 1807, the elegant neoclassical boat shaped sucrier with a shaped domed lid and distinctive John Rose knop and 'Demon' and ring handles, decorated with a wide frieze of rosettes, laurel sprays and chevron patterns

A Coalport lozenge shaped pheasant dish, circa 1800-1805, the dish with an everted rim and a gilt scale border with four floral reserves, centred with a bordered scene of pheasants in a landscape setting; unmarked, height 4.5 cm, length 27.5 cm, width 19 c

A John Rose Coalport covered tureen and stand, circa 1805, with independent decoration, the oval tureen with small scroll handles, a domed lid with a curved knop, decorated to five medallions with cottages and classical ruins in idyllic landscapes on a dee

A Coalport cup and saucer, circa 1805-10, independently decorated, the cup and saucer in a maroon and puce palette with lattice patterns between concentric gilt bands and seaweed style borders, reserved to both with scenes of cottages and ruins, in a simil

A Coalport animal decorated plate, circa 1855, a lobed plate with a peacock green border and gilt vegetal swags and scrolls, centred with a farmyard scene probably inspired by Landseer and depicting a jowly old dog in its kennel accompanied by a white duck

A pair of Coalport campana vases, circa 1810, French artist decorated, James Donovan of Dublin Studio, cobalt ground vases ornately decorated with three shaped panels of colourful birds in landscapes, with floral sprays, sprigs and profuse gilding; pattern

A Coalport spill vase, circa 1840, decoration attributed to John Randall, decorated in the Sevres manner with a lavishly gilded cartouche enclosing two brightly coloured birds in a landscape, upon an aqua ground, unmarked; noted bird painter John Randall s

A Coalport moulded edge cup and saucer, circa 1820, pattern 2/95, the pembroke shaped duo well decorated with a floral border in orange, plum and blue colours upon a soft lemon ground, with gilt enrichments and borders; gilt pattern numbers underside; shap

A Coalport moulded botanical plate, circa 1820, the plate with double-barred scrolls and embossed flora to sand coloured borders centred with a striking iron red 'Refulgent Lobelia' bloom, from a hand coloured engraving in 'The Botanical Regist

A Coalport cup and saucer, circa 1820, the elegant cup and saucer both with wide floral gilt enriched embossed borders reserved with four shields embellished with roses and other summer blooms, centred with a gilt star and festoons, height 5.5 cm, (cup) di

A rare John Rose Coalport botanical covered box and stand, circa 1805, the neoclassical oval box with shell handles raised on leafy feet, with a domed lid and pine cone finial and matching stand, with refined ornamented gilt borders, decorated to the stand

Two Coalport porcelain figures, 'House of Lancaster' and 'The Ascot Lady', a/f, height 16 cm x 22 cm, (2)

Coalport porcelain figure 'Queen Victoria', depicted standing holding a fan, in tones of blue and white, height 22 cm

Coalport porcelain figure ' Julius Cesar', depicted with wreath, holding scroll, in tones of red, white, purple and yellow, height 27 cm

Large Coalport porcelain figure 'Queen Victoria, Empress of India', 210/250, depicted seated on throne wearing coronet and Royal regalia, in tones of gilt and maroon, 24 cm x 25 cm

Coalport sauce tureen, Finger & Thumb pattern, circa 1830, 15 cm high.

Coalport handpainted jar, 10.5 cm high., 4 handpainted panels

Coalport (John Rose) display plate, Japan type 'Finger' pattern, 1803-7 period, 21 cm diameter.

Coalport creamer, Etruscan shape, painted with floral sprays in cartouche with gilded blue border, 5 cm high.

Two Coalport blue & white sugar boxes, circa 1810, 15 cm high (tallest).

Two 18th century Coalport soup bowls, with finger and thumb pattern, with the antique porcelain gallery Pty limited stickers to back, diameter 20 cm (chip to back rim on one bowl)

Early 19th century Coalport footed dish, circa 1830, handpainted, 27 cm wide.

Four various early 19th century coffee cans, mostly Coalport, circa 1810

Coalport early 19th century double handled cup & saucer with gilt detail. Condition: good, general age related wear, height 7.2 cm