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Royal Worcester jardiniere painted with roses in panels, 11 cm high

A pair of Royal Worcester oval gilt framed plaques, 'Stage coach in the snow' and 'A seated dog in landscape', signed, 16 cm high,21 cm wide (including frame)

A pair of Royal Worcester hand painted highland cattle plaques signed Harry Stinton, 26 cm diameter

A Grainger's Worcester wall plaque with a finely painted view, circa 1820, a profusely moulded emerald green plaque with gilt enriched white acanthus, grapevines and shells, exquisitely painted with a sweeping vista of the Royal crescent, Bath, viewed acro

A Royal Worcester pate-sur-pate porcelain plaque by Thomas J. Bott 1884, Love the Pilot, after J. Coomans signed and dated lower right, titled and signed verso, plaque 14 x 20 cm (plaque)

A Royal Worcester pate-sur-pate porcelain plaque by Thomas J. Bott c.1880's the Mariner of the Shell, signed lower right, titled and signed verso plaque 24.2 x 14.5 cm (plaque)

Royal Worcester porcelain lidded pot pourri, signed Leaman, painted with panels of fruit, approx 12 cm high

Royal Worcester circular plaque painted with castle ruin, signed H. Stinton, 13.5 cm diameter

Royal Worcester framed plaque plain circular painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton 13.5 cm dia

A Royal Worcester hand painted plaque of Lichfield Cathedral, signed Rushton. 28 cm diameter.

Royal Worcester framed circular plaque painted with countryside scene signed H Davis 14.5 cm diameter

A fine Royal Worcester signed porcelain plaque 1976, with signature of E (Ted) Townsend. Finely enamel decorated with apples, nuts and cane fruits in colours against a naturalistic background, signed lower right and housed in gilt moulded frame; with backs

A fine Royal Worcester plaque by Harry Stinton 1920s. The oval enamel decorated plaque of highland cattle in a landscape setting mounted in a sterling silver frame by Sanders & Mackenzie, 1926 Birmingham, and with later outer mount and frame. Height 10

A pair framed Royal Worcester porcelain plaques, by Richard Sebright, circa 1913 date mark, depicting still life fruit scenes, signed lower middle left and right, with puce factory mark verso, frame size: 18.8 x 185 cm

A Royal Worcester hand painted plaque fruit signed H. Price. 27 cm diameter.

A framed Royal Worcester panel, 'York Minster', signed E.R. Booth. 22.5 x 14.5 cm

A framed Royal Worcester porcelain panel, 'Old Hampton Court', signed E.R. Booth. 13 x 21.5 cm

A framed Royal Worcester porcelain panel, 'Lake scene', signed E.R. Booth. 13 x 21.5 cm

Royal Worcester plaque by Harry Ayrton painted with robins feeding their young, signed lower right & set in a gilt frame. Condition poor, two large cracks, of frame 40 x 32 cm

A Royal Worcester wall plaque painted by Walter Sedgley, with peacocks amongst Italianate ruins. Signed, puce mark, c.1920. Diameter 29.5 cm

A Royal Worcester porcelain and sterling silver dish, 1912 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Sanders & Mackenzie, and signature of Harry Stinton to plaque, a small circular plaque of highland cattle in a landscape set within a silver frame with a reticula

A Royal Worcester porcelain top silver and crystal bowl, 1902 Birmingham, with rubbed maker's marks, and signature of Ernest Barker, specialist sheep painter at Royal Worcester who decorated plaques for mounting in silver, a dressing table cut crystal bowl

Royal Worcester blush ivory ewer having four panels painted with berries, incised detail & a gilded dragon handle, stamped to the base. Condition good, minor wear to the base. Height 36.5 cm

A modern Royal Worcester fruit painted potpourri jar and cover, the four panelled body painted with peaches and blackberries on a leaf and mossy ground, signed by the artist J. Skerrett, the panel framing and pierced lid elaborately gilded, printed and pai

Antique Royal Worcester reticulated six panel pot pourri decorated with bird

Royal Worcester gilded green ground oval bowl with centre hand painted floral panel signed L. Narie, measures 27 cm marks to base

A fine Royal Worcester dish, late 20th century, the square form dish exquisitely embellished with textured floral and arabesque patterned gilt, and a central shaped panel with a finely hand painted image of pears with bramble berries within a landscape set

Large Royal Worcester blush ivory lidded urn, with gryphon handles and floral panels c.1910. Approx 41 cm

Two Royal Worcester demitasse cabinet cups and saucers, one with cerise and gilt decoration along with hand painted floral panels by E. Phillips, date coded for 1932; the other with maroon border with raised gilding of anthemion motifs and fern tendrils.

Two Royal Worcester plaques Painted William Bee. Puce marks, each painted with pears grapes and peaches in gilt frames. 11 cm high

A Royal Worcester large potpourri jar and cover, the ovoid jar with panelled walls decorated with exotic birds and floral sprigs sectioned between each panel with relief moulding, two stylised dragon scroll handles sit high on the shoulder beside the short

A Royal Worcester porcelain plaque painted with slipper orchids by E.R. Booth, oval shape within a giltwood frame, signed by the artist. 22.5 cm x 17 cm (excluding frame)

Pair of Royal Worcester porcelain panels with hand painted scenes of apples and berries, by N Creed

Royal Worcester wall plaque, cottage signed Creese (crack)

A pair of Royal Worcester vases by Harry Stinton, 1931 the cylindrical bodies painted with Highland Stags in a wooded clearing and verso with a small panel of grass and rocks, mounted on pierced gilded circular bases, 27 cm high. Painted signature H. Stint

A Royal Worcester small dish, oval shape, the rim moulded naturalistically as the head and wings of a female grouse, hand painted to the centre with a panel depicting a black grouse amongst grasses framed by a printed foliate border. Printed factory marks,

A pair of Royal Worcester cabinet plates, each with pierced scalloped rims with a serpentine outline and turquoise and a gilt fan shell framing the well which is decorated with panels depicting insects, birds and flowers in bright enamels and gilt reserved

A Royal Worcester blush ivory lidded pot pourri urn & Cover 1897 the twin handled ovoid body with pierced panels to the neck, moulded and painted with thistles and flowers, the cover similarly decorated, printed puce factory mark, registration number 68915

A Royal Worcester French Empire style urn with two snake twist handles, yellow ground and floral panel by Freeman. Height 15 cm

A Grainger's Worcester reticulated jug, the double-walled jug with finely reticulated panels of lattice tracery with painted and gilded accents, fitted with a bamboo branched handle, 14 cm diameter

A Grainger's Worcester pedestal urn and cover, 1870, the ovoid urn with reticulated panels featuring flowers and lattice within jewelled tracery borders, the cover similarly pierced and decorated and surmounted with a tear-drop shaped finial, the whole mou