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  • Pearlware London-shape Bowl

    Lot: 406
    Sold for: $748$650

    Pearlware London-shape Bowl, Britain, c. 1830, banded in tan with black borders, looping earthworm decoration in black, white, and orange on the tan field, dia. 7 ...

  • Pearlware London-shape Bowl

    Lot: 413
    Sold for: $575$500

    Pearlware London-shape Bowl, Britain, c. 1820, with white, ochre, and brown cat's eyes on a rust field bracketed by black bands, dia. 4 5/8 ...

  • Pearlware London-shape Bowl

    Lot: 434
    Sold for: $546$475

    Pearlware London-shape Bowl, Britain, c. 1830, banded in taupe and black with earthworm decoration on the taupe field in black, white, and ochre, all below a green glazed rouletted rim, dia. 6 1/4 ...

  • Pearlware London-shape Bowl

    Lot: 442
    Sold for: $431$375

    Pearlware London-shape Bowl, Britain, c. 1830, banded in blue and black with four parallel orange trailed wavy slip lines on the white field, dia. 5 3/4 ...

  • Pearlware London-shape Bowl

    Lot: 447
    Sold for: $805$700

    Pearlware London-shape Bowl, Britain, c. 1830, banded in dark brown and blue with green glazed rouletted rim, earthworm decoration in white, blue, and black, dia. 7 3/4 ...

  • Frederick William Hulme (British, 1816-1884)

    Lot: 212
    Sold for: $8,050$7,000

    Frederick William Hulme (British, 1816-1884) "A Welsh River" Signed and dated "F.W. Hulme, 1871" l.l., titled, signed and inscribed on the reverse, label from Thomas M. Lean ...

  • British School, 19th Century

    Lot: 221A
    Sold for: $4,313$3,750

    British School, 19th Century "Young Comet"/Portrait of a Prize Winning Bull Unsigned, titled on presentation plaque affixed to frame, Alfred J. Mucklow, London, label on the reverse. Oil on ...

  • George Earl (British, fl. 1857-1870)

    Lot: 333
    Sold for: $10,350$9,000

    George Earl (British, fl. 1857-1870) Portrait of a Terrier Unsigned, identified on presentation plaque affixed to frame, E. Grindly & Palmer, London label on the reverse. Oil on canvas, 21 x 27 in. ...

  • Frank Dillon (British, 1823-1909)

    Lot: 336
    Sold for: $7,763$6,750

    Frank Dillon (British, 1823-1909) "A Corner in a Japanese Curio Shop" Signed and titled on the reverse, label from James Bourlet, London, on the reverse. Oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in. (60.8 x ...

  • Birds-eye Maple Watercolor Paint Box and School Girl Watercolor Booklet

    Lot: 370A
    Sold for: $230$200

    Bird's-eye Maple Watercolor Paint Box and School Girl Watercolor Booklet, c. 1820, the rectangular covered box interior fitted with sixty-six compartments holding individual ceramic paint pans, ...

  • Two American Pewter Plates

    Lot: 542
    Sold for: $489$425

    Two American Pewter Plates, John Skinner, Boston, Massachusetts, 1760-90, both marked with "LONDON" scroll banner touchmark, one initialed MP on the rim, (surface scratches), dia. 8 1/2, 8 ...

  • REGENCY MAH.MANTEL CLOCK

    Lot: 92
    Sold for: $1,645$1,400

    English Late Regency Mantel Clock, London, second quarter 19th century, with two-train bell-striking movement, dial signed "Brandreth & Walker," the mahogany case with cornice inlaid with ...

  • DRESSER BOX W/SILVER

    Lot: 271
    Sold for: $646$550

    English Victorian Coromandel Veneered Necessaire, mid-19th century, the rectangular box with brass edging, lid with engraved and monogrammed roundel, hinged lid opening to fitted interior with ten ...

  • TWO ENGLISH SPOONS

    Lot: 561
    Sold for: $705$600

    Two Early English Tablespoons, maker's marks "SW" and probably "EL," London, 1689 and c. 1724, both with trefid ends and rat-tail bowls, 1689 example with molded scroll and bead ...

  • 2 ENGL.FLATWARE ITEMS SEE PROVENANCE

    Lot: 562
    Sold for: $206$175

    Two Georgian Serving Pieces, London and Newcastle, 1719-1797, comprising a serving spoon with ivory handle (modified), and a Christian & David Reid cake knife with reeded hollow handle with engraved ...

  • GEO I TOT /GEO II CREAM PAIL

    Lot: 564
    Sold for: $764$650

    Two Georgian Tableware Items, London, 1726-1750, comprising a possibly Meshach Godwin 1726 tot on spreading circular foot, and a George Hunter 1750 circular cream pail with twisted swing handle and ...

  • GEO II MUG

    Lot: 565
    Sold for: $999$850

    George II Silver Mug, Richard Beale, London, 1731, cylindrical, with cast "S" scroll handle, on a molded circular foot, with engraved crest to front, approx. 6 troy oz., ht. 3 3/4 ...

  • 4 ENG.FLATWRE PCS:LADLE,BAST- ING SPOON,PR SERVERS

    Lot: 567
    Sold for: $823$700

    Four Georgian Serving Pieces, London, 1739-1806, comprising a Thomas Pye basting spoon, with engraved monogram and crest to reverse, a William Eley & William Fearn soup ladle, with engraved tapering ...

  • GEORGIAN ROCOCCO TEAPOT

    Lot: 568
    Sold for: $2,350$2,000

    George II Rococo-style Teapot, probably William Williams, London, 1742, conical, the domed lid with pineapple finial, the body with all-over repousse foliates and scrolls, with engraved crest to ...

  • GEORGIAN SUGAR SHAKER

    Lot: 570
    Sold for: $235$200

    George II Silver Caster, possibly Jabez Daniel, London, 1750, pear shape, with pierced domed lid, the shoulder banded, on a spreading circular foot, (restorations), approx. 2 troy oz., ht. 4 ...

  • GEO III SILVER SALVER

    Lot: 573
    Sold for: $1,410$1,200

    George III Silver Salver, Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London, 1766, lobed circular, the molded rim with gadrooned edge, resting on three scroll legs with paw feet, with engraved coat of arms to ...

  • ENG.TEA POT(PROV:ARTHUR ADAMS,PRES.UNH,PROVOST COLUMBIA UNIV

    Lot: 575
    Sold for: $1,116$950

    George III Silver Teapot, probably Augustus Le Sage, London, 1771, cylindrical, with disc finial and wood ear handle, with engraved antelope crest to lid and one side, approx. 13 troy oz., ht. 5 ...

  • 2 GEORGIAN CREAM JUGS

    Lot: 577
    Sold for: $441$375

    Two Georgian Cream Jugs, makers unknown, London, 1776 and 1793, one bulbous with shaped rim, the reeded body with repousse foliates and central cartouche, on a circular spreading base, the other ...

  • GEO III LADLE/H.BATEMAN SRV SP

    Lot: 578
    Sold for: $470$400

    Two George III Serving Pieces, London, comprising a Hester Bateman 1776 stuffing spoon with beaded handle, and a George Smith & William Fearn 1786 back tipt soup ladle, approx. 8 troy oz., lg. to 13 ...

  • GRP OF 9 ENGLISH FLATWRE ITEMSSEE PROVENANCE

    Lot: 579
    Sold for: $558$475

    Eight English Flatware Pieces, various makers, London and Exeter, 1781-1865, including a 1781 Hester Bateman soup ladle, an 1814 William Bateman sauce ladle, and a 1798 Richard Ferris tablespoon ...

  • SM.HESTER BATEMAN CREAM JUG PROV:EX.COLL.DAVID BORG,N.Y.

    Lot: 580
    Sold for: $206$175

    George III Cream Jug, Hester Bateman, London, 1782, vasiform, with chased beaded rim, the body with repousse farm scenes surrounding a central cartouche, on a trumpet foot with spreading rim, ...

  • 2 H.BATEMAN PCS:SUGAR TONGS, FORK

    Lot: 581
    Sold for: $206$175

    Two Hester Bateman Flatware Items, London, last quarter 18th century, a pair of tongs with engraved decoration, monogrammed to top, and a fiddle pattern novelty fork, with engraved monogram and ...

  • H.BATEMAN TEAPOT

    Lot: 582
    Sold for: $3,525$3,000

    Hester Bateman Teapot, London, 1786, oval, the domed lid with beaded rim and engraved bands, the body with engraved bands and central cartouches, with wood ear handle and finial, approx. 13 troy ...

  • LOT/4 ENGL.SILV.SALTS W/LINERS

    Lot: 583
    Sold for: $382$325

    Set of Four Georgian Silver Salt Cellars, London, 1787, circular, with molded banded rims, supported by three pad feet, monogrammed to undersides, with cobalt glass inserts, approx. 4 troy oz., dia. ...

  • 2 PCS.ENGL.SILV:SOUP LADLE; STUFF.SPOON

    Lot: 584
    Sold for: $441$375

    Two Georgian Thread and Fiddle Pattern Serving Pieces, London, 1787-c. 1815, a William Chawner soup ladle and a basting spoon, probably Simon Harris, approx. 14 troy oz., lg. to 13 1/2 ...