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: 151-200 of 513
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
151

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a trumpet shaped vase printed in purple with a named portrait of Leopold and on the reverse an inscribed grieving scene, 115mm, restored
Estimate: 30-50

    
152

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a moulded black basalt teapot with unusual sliding lid, spout repaired, two similar smaller jugs and a moulded pink lustre mug cracked (5)
Estimate: 40-80

    
153

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a good pearlware nursery plate with grape and vine moulded border printed in blue, 125mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 45
Estimate: 80-100

    
154

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a good pearlware nursery plate with floral and foliate moulded border printed in iron red, 137mm
Estimate: 80-100

    
155

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: a pearlware nursery plate with floral and foliate moulded border printed in black with an inscribed grieving scene, 152mm
Estimate: 70-90

    
156

1817 Charlotte in memoriam: an oval porcelain plaque from a larger piece, printed in black with inscribed portraits of Charlotte and Leopold, 235mm wide, restored * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 42
Estimate: 40-80

    
157

Prince Regent (later George IV): a good porcelain plate by Spode well decorated in colours and gilt with PR monogram surmounted by a crown and flanked by foliate branches within a border of rope, oak leaves and acorns, the underside with red painted Spode mark, circa 1817, 245mm *The Prince Regent's yacht 'HMY Royal George' was launched in 1817; a similar plate with maritime motifs was sold in these rooms on 21st May 2016 as lot 348
Estimate: 600-1000

    
158

1820 George III: a nursery plate moulded with colourful border and printed in orange with an inscribed scene of the King presenting a book to a child, 166mm, cracked and stained
Estimate: 40-60

    
159

1820 George III in Memoriam: a small pearlware nursery plate with floral moulded border printed in blue, 132mm restored
Estimate: 30-40

    
160

Queen Caroline: a rare pearlware jug on spreading foot printed in black with a named view of Villa d'Este, the rim and foot lined in blue, circa 1820, 117mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 58
Estimate: 100-140

    
161

Queen Caroline: a colourful jug moulded with portrait ovals above impressed ribbons, circa 1820, 123mm
Estimate: 70-100

    
162

Queen Caroline: a copper lustre jug moulded with named portraits of Caroline and Alderman Wood, circa 1820, 110mm, spout restored
Estimate: 50-70

    
163

Queen Caroline: a good rare pink lustre banded jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse a scene of the landing at Dover, circa 1820, 122mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 61
Estimate: 150-180

    
164

Queen Caroline: a good copper lustre banded jug printed in black with a named portrait and on the reverse the Green Bag rhyme, circa 1820, 125mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 60
Estimate: 80-120

    
165

Queen Caroline: a white stoneware jug applied in blue with a profile, birds and flowers, circa 1820, 187mm, restored
Estimate: 50-80

    
166

Queen Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate the basketware moulded border with floral vignettes, the centre printed in black with a named hatted profile, circa 1820, 167mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 55
Estimate: 70-100

    
167

Queen Caroline: a pearlware nursery plate the moulded border decorated in iron red and green, the centre printed with a named portrait, circa 1820, 171mm
Estimate: 80-100

    
168

Queen Caroline: a pottery nursery plate the moulded border decorated in colours and printed in blue with a half-length profile named Caroline Regina, circa 1820, 181mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
169

Queen Caroline: a pottery nursery plate with floral and foliate moulded border printed in blue with a named profile, circa 1810, 190mm, tiny rim chips
Estimate: 60-80

    
170

Queen Caroline: a pottery nursery plate with moulded border printed in blue with a named half-length profile, circa 1820, 195mm
Estimate: 80-100

    
171

Queen Caroline: a bowl, the basketware moulded border printed in black with crowns centred by a named portrait, circa 1820, 202mm, stained
Estimate: 30-50

    
172

Queen Caroline: a Scottish pottery plate the colourful moulded border centred by a named hatted profile in green and pink lustre, circa 1820, 208mm, tiny chips
Estimate: 80-100

    
173

Queen Caroline: a dessert plate the floral moulded blue ground and gilded border centred by a puce portrait, the name erased, circa 1820, 222mm
Estimate: 50-70

    
174

Queen Caroline: a pearlware plate printed all over in blue with a central named portrait medallion within a border of flowers of the Union, circa 1820
Estimate: 70-90

    
175

George IV and Caroline: a rare copper and pink lustre banded cylindrical mug printed in black with four lines of verse, circa 1820, 91mm, restored rim
Estimate: 100-140

    
176

1821 Coronation: a white porcelain mug applied with a lilac coloured medallion, the underside with incorrectly dated inscription, handle repaired
Estimate: 30-40

    
177

1821 Coronation: a rare creamware mug printed in black with an inscribed portrait, 97mm, foot chipped and rim cracked * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 67
Estimate: 150-200

    
178

George IV: a buff coloured stoneware jug set with a lion handle and applied with a classical head in profile upon a star burst, circa 1821, 210mm, spout restored
Estimate: 60-80

    
179

George IV: a buff coloured stoneware jug set with a lion handle and applied with a classical head in profile upon a star burst, circa 1821, 210mm, spout restored
Estimate: 60-80

    
180

1821 Coronation: a large white pottery jug applied in lilac with profiles centred by an inscribed cartouche, 203mm, restored
Estimate: 80-100

    
181

George IV: a large cobalt blue ground porcelain jug moulded with a gilded portrait medallion, 246mm, circa 1821
Estimate: 120-140

    
182

George IV: a good rectangular pottery plaque with an integral frame coloured in underglaze brown and moulded with a colourful named portrait in military uniform, the reverse inscribed DL, circa 1821, 160 x 186mm,
Estimate: 300-600

    
183

1821 Coronation: a Hartley Green Leeds Pottery side plate printed in black with a crown entwined with a named and dated ribbon, impressed mark, 190mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 65
Estimate: 100-150

    
184

1821 Coronation: a Hartley Green Leeds Pottery plate printed in dark brown, impressed mark, 225 mm
Estimate: 150-180

    
185

George IV: a pottery plate printed in pink with loyal inscription, circa 1821, 198mm, restored
Estimate: 30-40

    
186

George IV: an octagonal French pottery plate printed in brown with a named and dated portrait, the reverse impressed 'Mad No3', circa 1811
Estimate: 50-80

    
187

George IV: a colourful pearlware plate, probably Scottish, moulded with a named profile within a basketware border in green and yellow with vignette of crowns, circa 1821, 215mm, chipped
Estimate: 100-120

    
188

George IV: a colourful pearlware plate, probably Scottish, moulded with a named profile within a basketware border in blue and yellow with vignettes of crowns, circa 1821, 215mm, chipped
Estimate: 100-120

    
189

George IV: a pearlware plate, probably Scottish, moulded with a colourful named profile inscribed 'Welcome', the basketware border with vignettes of crowns, circa 1822, 215mm chipped * George IV visited Scotland arriving at Leith on 14th August 1822
Estimate: 100-150

    
190

1821 Caroline in memoriam: a nursery plate moulded with a pink and green floral border over printed in underglaze blue with an inscribed view of the funeral procession centred by a named portrait, 147mm, restored
Estimate: 50-70

    
191

1821 Caroline in memoriam: a pearlware nursery plate by Stevenson with moulded border centred by an inscribed portrait coloured blue and yellow, impressed mark, 171mm
Estimate: 80-120

    
192

1821 Caroline in memoriam: a nursery plate with colourful moulded floral border centred by an inscribed purple print, 181mm
Estimate: 70-90

    
193

1821 Caroline in memoriam: a nursery plate with enamelled florally moulded border printed in grey with figures grieving at an inscribed tomb, 192mm, restored
Estimate: 60-80

    
194

1830 George IV in memoriam: a cylindrical mug printed in black with portrait and dates, 102mm, restored
Estimate: 30-40

    
195

1830 George IV in memoriam: a lobed pottery jug by Goodwin Bridgwood Harris printed in black with portrait and dates, 118mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 75
Estimate: 70-90

    
196

1830 George IV in memoriam: a lobed pottery jug by Goodwin Bridgwood Harris printed in pink with portraits and dates, 145mm, * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 75
Estimate: 80-100

    
197

1831 Coronation: a colourful plate with moulded decoration printed in iron red with crown, flowers and date, 195mm * See Commemorative Pottery, plate 87
Estimate: 60-90

    
198

William IV: a pearlware chamber pot applied with a medallion moulded with crown and WR monogram and decorated in blue, circa 1831, 220mm diameter, repaired
Estimate: 50-80

    
199

Queen Victoria: a pottery mug the waisted body printed in green with a named profile, circa 1838, 110mm
Estimate: 80-100

    
200

A rectangular dish and cover printed all over in blue with a scene entitled 'Victoria Review', cracked, a pottery ladle printed in brown with a view of Balmoral, an alphabet nursery plate with colourful moulded border and a plate printed in blue with the crest of Upper Canada College, Toronto (5)
Estimate: 30-40

    
 
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