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Early Derby shaped dish decorated with bees and butterflies

A Derby 'Japan' pattern dish, circa 1780, a scallop edged dish in delicate orange, mint green and gold colours centred with rockwork and flora, with a fine meandering ribbon and vegetal border with two phoenix; actual dish illustrated in J. Twitche

A Japanese Arita style dish, Edo period about 1720, the prototype for later Derby 'Japanese' designs, a scallop edged dish in delicate orange, deep green, and gold colours centred with rockwork and flora, with a fine meandering ribbon and vegetal b

A Derby soft paste porcelain 'Boy Holding a Basket' on a Coalport pedestal, circa 1755, probably model 2 and circa 1830, with blue C D initials of period, a barefoot lad in fine pale colours with a tree trunk support, wearing lemon breeches, a teal

Two Derby biscuit porcelain pedestal urns, circa 1785, model 111 to both, the classical urns with fluted necks and bases, having scale embellished high set handles, laurel wreath and stiff leaf borders, and encrusted with minutely detailed festoons; incise

A Derby floral plate, circa 1815, decoration in the manner of Moses Webster, the plate with four single blooms of differing species to the rim, and centred with an arrangement of bright enamel summer blooms, iron red mark underside, diameter 25 cm

A Derby lozenge shaped dish, circa 1806-10, the scallop edge lobed dish with a meandering gilt grape vine border, a broad pale blue grey border with three informal brightly coloured floral sprays, a white bordered oval to the centre ; with iron red mark an

A Derby floral plate, circa 1810-15, pattern 36, the plate with a richly gilded border, centred with a loose arrangement of spring flowers, roses, tulips, bluebells, and soft glaucous foliage; iron red marks and numerals underside, diameter 22.5 cm

A Derby leaf dish, circa 1760, with a stem handle and enamel decorated with leaf outlines, purple veins, and a fanciful long legged bird with a scattering of insects; unmarked, length 21.5 cm, width 17 cm

A Derby Osier moulded sauce boat, circa 1760, the footed sauce boat with a volute handle and thumb spur, having moulded rococo reserves enclosing birds on twigs and butterflies beneath a brown line bordered rim; unmarked, height 11 cm, width 21.5 cm

A Derby botanical dish, circa 1790-95, pattern 115, a lobed dish depicting a single, yellow horned poppy bloom, 'Chelidonium Glaucium', after a plate from James Sowerby's noted publication 'English Botany' published in 1790, with a gild

A Vibrant Derby covered jar in the Oriental manner, circa 1810- 15, the high shouldered tapering jar with a domed lid and flame finial, decorated with six mihrab shaped brocade panels in aqua and iron red alternating prunus blossoms with white peony and ap

A pair of Derby Named Italian View dessert plates, circa 1810, the aqua bordered plates with formal pendant gilt borders, centred with octagonal framed views, 'Castella Nuova' and 'Florence'; red painted marks and titles underside, diameter

A Derby frilled polychrome pot pourri, circa 1765, of baluster form with a domed lid and a goldfinch finial, lattice piercings with lemon florets to the rim, a scallop shell frill to the flower section, profusely encrusted with stems of bright flowers, fes

A Derby ornithological lozenge shaped dish, circa 1813-20, marked 40, decoration in the manner of Richard Dodson, a lobed dish decorated with formal gilt borders, reserved with a finely painted vignette of three brightly plumaged birds in a landscape setti

A Derby shell shaped name View dessert dish, circa 1810, the moulded lobed dish with a shell handle, and formal Regency borders in gold upon an orange ground enclosing an octagonal landscape view, 'Near Clay Mills, Staffordshire'; red mark and titl

A Vibrant oak leaf Derby cup and saucer, circa 1810, pattern 748, the neoclassical style straight sided cup with a pointed bracket handle, having a striking broad border of oak leaves and acorns in a Pompeian red and gold palette; with painted Derby marks

A Derby Named View teapot, circa 1815, decoration in the manner of George Robertson, of neoclassical compressed form, with a stepped dome lid and gadrooned finial, decorated with two reserves of cottages in landscapes, 'In North Wales' and 'Nea

A Derby frilled polychrome pot pourri, circa 1765, in the rocaille manner with pierced and applied shell shapes and frills picked out in gilt, profusely encrusted with flowers to the body and domed lid, painted to one face with two birds in a branch, and w

A Derby porcelain botanical plate, circa 1810, a pleasingly simple plate with a gold border and decorated centrally with a pink hibiscus bloom, 'Althea Frutex', by Philip Clavey; specimen title and iron red mark underside, diameter 22.5 cm

A Derby dish from the 'Pepper Arden' service, circa 1790, with decoration attributed to William Billingsley, for the 1st Baron Alvanley, 1744-1804, British barrister and Whig politician, the scalloped dish with simple gilt borders, centred with an

A Derby Oriental style plate, circa 1795, the scallop edge Imari plate with a shallow spiral motif to the rim, decorated with oak leaves and acorns in underglaze blue, overpainted in green iron red enamel and gilt; with faux Chinese character marks undersi

A fine Derby Empire style cup and saucer, circa 1810, pattern 753, with mark 37 for gilder John Whitaker, of elegant conical form with a bracket handle, decorated to the interior and saucers with a border of pink and gold hearts and wheat sheaf motifs; iro

A Derby two handled cabinet cup and saucer, with King Street Works 'William Larcombe' mark (1916-1935), the cup painted with still life panels of fruit and flowers on a yellow ground; the saucer with roses.

Four Bloor Derby cups & saucers, in puce & gilt, 1820-1840, as inspected

Four various early 19th century plates and bowls, including Derby & Ridgway.

Derby shell shaped serving dish & matching plate, red Derby mark, c.1820

Two Derby Imari creamers, silver oblong shape, circa 1825, 14 cm high (tallest).

Late 18th century Derby creamer & sugar bowl, the creamer of ribbed form, Puce mark, circa 1785, Gilders number 2

Good 19th century Sampson Paris porcelain tankard, painted with Bothwell Castle in cartouche, heavily heightened in gilt. Derby mark to base.H12 cm.

Good late 18th century Derby ice pale & cover, decorated with floral sprigs, blue Derby mark, circa 1780-1800, 26 cm high.

Derby early 19th century comical group 'The Hairdresser' mounted on a scrolled pedestal base. Condition: fair, some losses, height 18 cm

19th century Bloor Derby ewer, with shaped lip, above ovoid body painted with roundel of summer flowers with gilt border, on a green ground on a square pedestal base, height 27 cm

Bloor Derby cream bowl with a cover & stand having hand painted floral decoration with gilt highlights. Height 17.5 cm

A pair of Derby candlesticks modelled with young foxes eating prey, circa 1770, 25 cm high

A Derby Mansion House dwarf inscribed '3 Small Houses to be Sold, By Messrs', circa 1790, 13cm

A 19th century Derby coffee can, finely painted with Braemar Castle in reserve, gilt highlights on cobalt ground, painted marks and entitlements to base.