Commemoratives, Staffordshire Pot Lids & Prattware Auction
on
Saturday 5th November 2016 at 12 Noon
To be held at
Padworth Court Hotel Holiday Inn
Padworth
Near Reading
RG7 5HT
Lots: 101-150 of 513
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
101

George IV: a 19th century continental portrait miniature contained within an ivory veneered frame, 126 x 108mm
Estimate: 40-80

    
102

George IV: a good rectangular plaque moulded with a portrait and integral frame, decorated in coloured enamels and pink lustre, indistinctly impressed with name and inscribed G+R, circa 1821, 165 x 145mm
Estimate: 250-350

    
103

George IV: a rectangular pearlware plaque moulded with a named portrait and integral frame decorated in colours, the ribbon impressed with name and star devices, circa 1821, 158 x 185mm, chips to frame
Estimate: 200-300

    
104

George IV: a white bisque porcelain figure depicted in coronation robes standing beside a plinth moulded with GR monogram surmounted by the crown, circa 1821, minor damage to braid, sceptre and top of crown, stained
Estimate: 150-200

    
105

George IV: a white bisque porcelain portrait bust by Samuel Alcock & Co on integral glazed and gilded square base together with an associated circular stand, printed mark, circa 1821, 220mm high, small chip to base (2) * Godden records the use of this mark with the Cobridge address from 1828 onwards.
Estimate: 180-220

    
106

George Prince of Wales: a particularly fine early-19th century needlework and painted picture depicting the young Prince after Thomas Gainsborough, standing beside his horse, rosewood frame, 767 x 648mm overall * The original painting dating from 1781 hangs in Waddesdon Manor.
Estimate: 150-300

    
107

Princess Charlotte: a fine needlework and painted picture depicting the Princess standing full-length on a balcony, inscribed beneath, circa 1816, framed 590 x 442mm overall
Estimate: 100-200

    
108

An interesting brass plaque engraved with twelve lines of verse dated January 1st 1822 surmounted by the crown flanked by flowers of the Union, 86 x 106mm * The text, in the form of a riddle, refers to something previously located in courts and palaces which owed its fame to an association with George III; what or even who remains a mystery.
Estimate: 50-100

    
109

Princess Charlotte: a very impressive, decorative and colourful pearlware portrait bust of substantial size, depicted with feathers in her head dress, a pink and yellow shawl about her shoulders, on an integral square waisted base moulded with classical urns, circa 1816, 482mm
Estimate: 1000-2000

    
110

George IV: an early-19th century bronze portrait bust on cylindrical base and octagonal plinth, 304mm on page 5
Estimate: 200-250

    
111

Victoria and Albert: a pair of Staffordshire pottery groups depicted with their young children and goats, circa 1850, 268mm, hairline crack (2)
Estimate: 80-120

    
112

William III: a small Delft dish painted in blue and black with WR monogram surmounted by a crown and flanked by stylised foliage, circa 1690, 222mm, restored
Estimate: 80-120

    
113

William III: a Dutch Delft polychrome fluted dish painted with a central portrait medallion initialled WR within a border of tulips and foliage, circa 1690, 371mm, rim restored
Estimate: 600-800

    
114

William III: a Dutch Delft polychrome fluted dish painted with a central portrait flanked by and within a border of tulips and foliage, the reverse numbered 23, circa 1690, 370mm, restored
Estimate: 600-800

    
115

William III: a Dutch Delft dish painted in magenta and yellow with a three-quarter-length portrait against a curtained background, initialled PWO3, circa 1695, 376mm, rim restored
Estimate: 800-1200

    
116

Queen Mary: a Dutch Delft polychrome dish painted with a half-length portrait initialled MR, flanked by and within a border of tulips and foliage, circa 1690, 370mm, restored
Estimate: 800-1000

    
117

William and Mary: a large Delft dish painted in blue with half-length portraits inscribed KW3 + MSKIVGBT, within a border of birds, flowers and foliage, circa 1690, 378mm, restored
Estimate: 1000-1500

    
118

A Westerwald grey stoneware tankard moulded with GR monogram on a circular medallion flanked by stylised foliage, decorated in underglaze blue, circa 1730, 147mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
119

A Westerwald grey stoneware ewer moulded with GR monogram surmounted by a crown within a starburst flanked by roundels, decorated in underglaze blue, circa 1730, 235mm
Estimate: 100-150

    
120

A Westerwald grey stoneware ewer moulded with GR monogram surmounted by a crown flanked by panels of stylised foliage, decorated in underglaze blue, circa 1730, 249mm
Estimate: 140-180

    
121

George III: a squat pearlware baluster shaped ewer moulded with a medallion depicting a crowned head in profile looking to sinister flanked by GR monogram, the body incised with scrolls and decorated in underglaze blue, circa 1780, 128mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
122

George III: a pearlware baluster shaped ewer moulded with a crowned head in profile flanked by GR monogram upon a medallion, the body painted in underglaze blue with foliate decoration, circa 1780, 142mm, cracked
Estimate: 30-50

    
123

George III: a pottery baluster shaped ewer moulded with a crowned head in profile and GR monogram on a medallion flanked by incised scrolls decorated in underglaze blue, circa 1780, 150mm, fine star crack to base
Estimate: 70-90

    
124

George III and Charlotte: a creamware teapoy, the sides moulded with crowned likenesses within scrolling cartouche, circa 1780, 112mm, chipped and cracked
Estimate: 80-100

    
125

Church and King: a slender cylindrical creamware mug printed in black with loyal verse within an inscribed belt cartouche, flanked by a lion and unicorn, circa 1780, 125mm, stained and cracked * The Gordon Riots of June 1780 in London stemmed from British anti-Catholicism and feelings of national identity together being expressed in support of both Church and King.
Estimate: 100-200

    
126

Church and King: a pearlware jug painted with the inscription 'Church and King' flanked by flowers and foliage, circa 1780, 158mm, handle restored
Estimate: 100-150

    
127

George III: a rare, late-18th century creamware tankard printed in black with a profile flanked by flags, named ribboned inscription, flowers, foliage, scrolls and a urinating lion, 123mm, cracked * Taken from the profile by Jeremiah Meyer of 1761 this print initially depicted a urinating lion which was replaced with a map of Cuba to commemorate its capture in 1762 from the Spanish. The original version was then re-used in the 1790s in loyal support of the outbreak of war against France. This creamware mug with its narrow foot and slightly tapering rim may date from between the two events. See Printed English Pottery by Drakard, pages 146, 148 and 149 plates 394 and 397 for such a commentary.
Estimate: 120-180

    
128

Prince of Wales: a creamware jug printed in black with the royal coat of arms and on the reverse a vignette of the Prince of Wales feathers emerging from the crown, together with a horn, artist's palette and flowers of the Union, circa 1789, 165mm, cracked * Of a shape and design dating from 1789 this jug may well commemorate Parliament's attempt to debate the Regency Bill brought about by the temporary insanity of George III
Estimate: 80-120

    
129

French Crown: a cylindrical creamware teapot and cover printed in black with a facsimile coat of arms flanked by winged figures holding aloft caps of Peace and inscribed in French with loyal toasts, circa 1793, 132mm, restored (2)
Estimate: 100-140

    
130

George III: a pearlware cylindrical tankard of large size printed in brown with an inscribed superimposed profiles medallion, circa 1793, 154mm, small chip to foot See Commemorative Pottery, plate 31 for a not dissimilar print.
Estimate: 150-250

    
131

King and Constitution: a pearlware bowl printed in blue with inscription surrounded by the crown, the exterior with Chinese garden scenes, circa 1793, 226mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
132

George III and Charlotte: a large creamware bowl, the exterior printed with named profiles after Jeremiah Meyer, the interior with the scene of a sailing vessel inscribed 'God Save the King', decorated in coloured enamels, circa 1793, 298mm, restored
Estimate: 150-300

    
133

George III: an English porcelain cylindrical mug printed in grey with a half-length profile above ribboned inscription and lined in gilt, 80mm, circa 1809, minor crack
Estimate: 60-80

    
134

George III: a colourful English porcelain beaker decorated in black with a silhouette profile flanked by orange and gilt flowers above a band of blue dots, circa 1809, 93mm, small chip to foot
Estimate: 100-150

    
135

1809 Golden Jubilee: a creamware Liverpool Amnesty jug printed in black with an inscribed view of the prison and on the reverse the royal coat of arms, 192mm, minor star crack * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 36
Estimate: 150-200

    
136

George III: a pearlware bowl printed in blue the exterior with Chinese landscapes, the interior with inscribed superimposed profiles medallion, circa 1809, 224mm, chips to underside of foot
Estimate: 100-150

    
137

George III: a good pearlware bowl of large size printed in blue, the exterior with Chinese landscapes, the interior with inscribed superimposed profiles medallion, circa 1809, 282mm
Estimate: 150-200

    
138

George III: a pearlware beer jug printed in blue with a crown, loyal inscription, GR monogram and cartouche entitled 'Old Stingo' flanked by a colourful landscape scene and facsimile coat of arms and initialled JH, circa 1809, 184mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
139

George III: a pearlware plate by Davenport printed all over in blue with central classical head in profile and agricultural implements, circa 1810, impressed mark
Estimate: 80-100

    
140

Prince of Wales: a silver resist pearlware jug printed in blue and enamelled in colours with crowns, Prince of Wales feathers and a lion, circa 1811, 108mm, small chip *The Regency Act of 1811 conferred the Regency on the Prince of Wales
Estimate: 80-100

    
141

George III: a late-19th century Samson copy of a Ludwigsburg plate painted with an equestrian portrait of George III, in blue tunic pinned with the Garter Star, holding a walking stick, within a gilded border, the reverse with blue printed interlaced C mark surmounted by a crown, 215mm
Estimate: 80-100

    
142

A Wedgwood bowl decorated in colours and gilt with the royal coat of arms of a younger son of the Monarch, within a border of blue and gilt, impressed mark, circa 1810, chipped
Estimate: 80-100

    
143

Duke of Clarence: a fine quality oval serving dish decorated in colours and gilt with the crown of a younger son of the Monarch surmounted by a lion flanked by flowers of the Union and scrolls, within an inscribed blue border, the reverse marked Mortlocks in gilt, circa 1812, 276mm wide, restored
Estimate: 100-200

    
144

Prince of Wales (later George IV): an English porcelain plate well decorated in colours and gilt with Prince of Wales feathers emerging from a crown within an elaborate border, circa 1815
Estimate: 120-180

    
145

Princess Charlotte: a copper lustre banded blue ground jug printed in black with a named portrait and eight lines of friendship verse centred by an overglaze painted inscription 'John & Ann Curry Stone 1818', 147mm, spout restored * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 44
Estimate: 40-80

    
146

Claremont: a pearlware plate printed all over in blue with a view of the mansion, parkland and figures the reverse inscribed 'British Views', circa 1816
Estimate: 80-100

    
147

Claremont: a large pearlware bowl the exterior printed in blue with a view of the mansion, parkland and figures, circa 1816, 265mm diameter, minor star crack to base
Estimate: 70-90

    
148

Goody Bewley: a pearlware jug banded in brown and printed in purple with figural scenes, centred by the overglaze inscription 'WJ 1819', 160mm, restored
Estimate: 40-60

    
149

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a moulded white stoneware mug with pale blue ground, 71mm
Estimate: 30-50

    
150

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a pearlware jug the pale blue ground moulded with scenes in white, 112mm high
Estimate: 30-50

    
 
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