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Locke & Co.Worcester vase with ivory ground - marked to base

Locke & Co. Worcester tall ewer with reticulated top and gilded hops decoration by Kate Locke on blush ground, c.1890, height 30.5 cm

Locke & Co. Worcester tall two handled vase with reticulated top and gilded hops decoration by Kate Locke on blush ground, c.1890, height 32 cm

A late Victorian Royal Worcester basket vase with gilt edgings together with a Locke Worcester porcelain pierced and gilt flower rose, circa 1895 - 1905. Height 8 cm

A Locke & Co Worcester pot pourri. 1900-1904. The raised fluted circular dish upon a small spreading patterned foot and having a cover impressed with patterns and pierced in interlocking gothic style floral patterns, in deep to pale ivory tones; with stamp

A Stinton, Worcester Locke & Co porcelain dish, with raised rim painted with the scene 'Path By the Lake Loch Katrine', signed, 15 cm wide

Locke Worcester cream jug and sugar bowl in a silver plated stand

A Locke & Co Worcester triple faux bamboo spill vase circa 1895, 15 cm high; a silver plate mounted sugar castor, circa 1900, and a Royal Worcester jug, 1899, painted with wildflowers (3) 20 cm high and 10 cm high

Locke & Co. Worcester shaker with silver plated top, the pheasant decoration signed by W. Stinton

Locke & Co. Worcester pot pourri, blush ivory ground

A Locke & Co., Worcester, pate-sur-pate vase, 1895-1900,ovoid with a short straight neck and a pair of moulded loop handles to the shoulder, decorated to one side with a spray of leaves and berries on the dark grey ground, a reduced version on the opposing

Worcester Locke & Co. condiments with silver plated mounts. Height of tallest 51 cm

A Locke & Co., Worcester, blush ivory porcelain vase, circa 1900, the vase and foot modelled as overlapping flower petals, the glaze in varying tones, edges gilt, painted mark and number 29 underside. Height 9 cm

A Locke & Co tapered pheasant vase, signed E. Blake. Height 6.5 cm