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A rare set of four Worcester Dr Wall 'Pine Cone' plates, with a pair of bowls, all, circa 1770'S, each with cross hatched crescent mark, 24 cm diameter, (6)

A Dr Wall Worcester signed printed tea bowl and saucer, circa 1756-7, R. Hancock fecit, decorated to the duo with a Hancock print, 'The Garden Party', with a romantic couple and a surprised female onlooker, set amongst statuary and fountains with a

A Dr Wall Worcester lattice basket, circa 1765-1770, a fine guilloche knot basket embellished with applied florets, decorated to the interior with a loose arrangement of flowers in puce, pale blue, iron red and green colours, sprigged in colours to the rim

A small Dr Wall Worcester tureen, circa 1765-75, a fine lozenge and bombe shaped tureen with a conforming lid and applied floral and twig handles, with gilt enriched rococo cartouches enclosing finely painted floral arrangements in bright colours, with gil

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Chinese Family' teapot, circa 1770, a globular teapot with a 'C' scroll handle, a domed lid with floral finial and a crow's foot red and gold border to the collar, decorated in a polychrome palette with a narrative scene comprising pai

A Dr Wall Worcester fruit and Insect decorated sucrier, circa 1765, the sucrier with a shaped domed lid encrusted with leaves and a flower finial, richly decorated with summer harvest fruits and insects in vibrant enamel colours within gilt past rococo car

A Dr Wall Worcester 'King of Prussia' sucrier, circa 1757, the circular pot with a moulded domed lid and a floral finial, decorated in a jet printed pattern with trumpeting angels and trophies and two 'King of Prussia' portrait busts with t

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Rich Queen's Pattern' teapot, circa 1760-70, with a domed lid with an applied leaf and floral finials, decorated throughout in Imari colours with panels of blossom branches and flowers alternating with cobalt panels with ir

A large Dr Wall Worcester coffee pot, circa 1760-70, of typical pear shape with a volute handle and upright spout, the domed lid with a floral finial, decorated with loose floral sprays and sprigs to the white ground, height 24.5 cm

A Dr Wall Worcester shell moulded jug, circa 1770, in white with gold trims to the rims, decorated with scallops, addorsed dolphins to the pouring lip, and having a sea serpent handle, unmarked, height 12.5 cm, width 14 cm

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Chinese Family' tea bowl and saucer, circa 1770, a delightful petite bowl and conforming saucer with crow's foot red and gold borders and decorated in a polychrome palette with narrative scenes comprising pairs of male and

A Dr Wall Worcester fluted tea cup and saucer, circa 1765, a delicate cup with a moulded handle, decorated with loose arrangements of summer foliage and flowers, sprigs and insects in puce, purple, iron red and lemon colours, the saucer of conforming desig

A Dr Wall Worcester Japan 'Fan' pattern dish, 1753-65, a flute edged dish decorated with four semi-circular fan designs to the rim with radiating panels in green, iron red and cobalt with gilt patterns alternating with spherical motifs, centred wit

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Rich Queen's Pattern' saucer, circa 1760-70, decorated throughout in Imari colours with panels of blossom branches and flowers alternating with cobalt panels with iron red floral mons and gilt sprigs; underglaze blue cresce

A Dr Wall Worcester fancy bird dish, circa 1770, a scallop edged plate with a fluted rim decorated with a colourful fancy bird in a landscape with a scattering of six butterflies and insects to the cavetto; unmarked, diameter 16 cm

A Dr Wall Worcester bowl with decoration attributed to 'The Spotted Fruit Painter', circa 1760-70, the mid green and white ground bowl with a meandering rococo gilt border, decorated with finely painted fruit studies and colourful butterflies and i

A Dr Wall Worcester Cos Lettuce sauce boat, circa 1765, the moulded leaf dish with a crabstock handle, decorated with additional applied leaves and gourd like fruits, enamel painted insects and butterflies; unmarked, height 12 cm, width 22.5 cm

A Dr Wall Worcester sparrow beak jug, circa 1770. Provenance: the Clores collection, number 127, the leaf moulded ovoid jug with a cylindrical neck and mask spout, an enamel decorated border to the rim, informal bouquets to the body and sprigs; unmarked, w

A Dr Wall Worcester scenic fluted dish, circa 1775, of elegant form with a cobalt border and gilt scroll and strapwork embellishments, with a trio of loose floral posies to the cavetto accompanied by two butterflies and a ladybird, centred with a mill hous

A Dr Wall Worcester tea bowl and saucer, circa 1770-80, the duo with scalloped edges and narrow lobed bodies decorated with gold borders and coloured fancy birds in verdant landscapes on a white ground, sprigged with foliage; unmarked, height 5 cm, (cup) d

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Milkmaids' tea cup and saucer, circa 1765, the cup and saucer of gently curved form, printed to both in purple with a farmhand assisting two maids place pails of milk on their heads, in a landscape setting with cows and farm bu

A Dr Wall Worcester Arita pattern dish, circa 1770, probably decorated in the James giles Studio, a scallop edged dish with a gilded rim, decorated with red crested cranes, kakiemon style blossoms, peony and bamboo in gilt with touches of colour, a replace

A Dr Wall Worcester printed classical Ruins dish, circa 1770, a scallop edged dish depicting 'The Temple of Jupiter' in purple, a Hancock print from an engraving by J.S Muller after Pannini about 1753, floral sprays and sprigs to the rim; unmarked,

A Dr Wall Worcester Oriental style teapot, circa 1770, of bullet shape, the domed lid with an applied floral finial, decorated in underglaze blue with overglaze iron red and gilt and depicting a fenced garden scene with peony, rockwork and pavilions; blue

A Dr Wall Worcester reticulated tureen stand or Chestnut basket, circa 1770, of quatrefoil lozenge shape with a flower and basket moulded rim, applied tree branch handles and encrusted with flowers and stems in colours, centred with a fancy bird and others

A Dr. Wall period Worcester porcelain chinoiserie tankard, together with an 18th century Worcester blue and white tankard, 14 cm & 12.5 cm. Provenance: The Lachlan Ely Collection, Melbourne

A fine Dr Wall Worcester plate, circa 1760s, with a scalloped edge and moulded rim decorated with a gilded pebble effect upon a deep blue ground, centred with fruits spilling from a basket handpainted in pink, puce, lemon and apple green colours; a crescen

Two Dr wall Worcester tea bowls with crescent mark to base, 1 bowl AF,5 cm and 5.5 cm high, C1780.

A Dr Wall Worcester 'Stag Hunt' tea bowl and saucer, circa 1765. A delightfully naïve pattern in a famille rose palette of puce, emerald, iron red, black with a touch of powder blue, depicting figures hunting stags in landscapes dotted with pavilions enclo

Dr Wall Worcester tea bowl & saucer, landscape in a circle C1770

A First period Worcester serving plate, circa 1770, (4) of lozenge shape, decorated in colours with an exotic bird on a white ground in the manner of James Giles, together with a Chamberlain's Worcester porcelain basket, 19th century, after the Dr. Wall or

Early English blue and white ceramic bowl in the style of Dr Wall, Worcester, d12 cm approx

A rare Dr Wall Worcester blue and white potted meat jar, circa 1755-58, the tapering straightsided tub with a thickened rim, sprigged with passionflower style blooms and trailing foliage, patterned to the interior of the rim; marked with blue crescent unde

A Dr Wall Worcester tankard, circa 1760, a simple cylindrical tankard with a strap handle, depicting a print by Hancock in puce colouring of a young man courting a milkmaid; typically unmarked. Provenance: With a paper label for the Albert & rose Laine col

A fine Dr Wall Worcester Chinoiserie vase, circa 1765, the baluster vase decorated in the mandarin palette with 'Long Eliza' Chinese figures and furnishings reserved within gilded arabesques and iron red leaf borders; illustrated in Spero and Sandon's 'Wor

A fine Dr Wall Worcester porcelain tea cup and saucer, circa 1760s, finely potted and decorated, the cup with tapering sides decorated with polychrome birds and insects to fan shaped panels and circles reserved upon a mazarine blue ground with foliate gilt

A fine Dr Wall Worcester tea cup and saucer, circa 1770, in 'Kakiemon' pattern and typically decorated in an iron red, emerald palette to fine gilded rococo reserves upon a scale blue ground; with a blue fret mark underside, saucer diameter 13 cm

A Worcester Dr Wall plate, circa 1770, the scallop edged plate with fancy bird decoration in bright colours to gilded shaped reserves centred with a medallion of colourful insects upon a cobalt ground; with fret mark underside. Diameter 20 cm

A Dr Wall Worcester blue and white saucer dish, decorated with butterflies and flowers. Crescent mark. Diameter 12.5 cm

A Worcester 'Fancy birds' cup and saucer, c.1780, Dr Wall period, decorated with painted birds and insects, inside gilded borders, against a blue painted 'Scale effect' ground marked with blue 'C' crescent mark (used before 1783) cup diameter 8 cm; saucer

Worcester Dr Wall cabbage leaf jug with a transfer print scene, having a Bacchus relieft face to the spout, unmarked. Condition good, minor age related wear. Height 21 cm

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