Glassware and Ceramics

A Ruskin Pottery high fired flower jug

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Decorated with sang de boeuf glaze, known to have been the best glaze the factory produced, with copper spotting on the top, the piece is stamped 'Ruskin 1933' and signed 'W. Howson Taylor'.

Pair of French Sevres style pink porcelain cassolettes

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The 'v' shaped pink ground porcelain bodies decorated with a central cartouche depicting a female allegorical painting, one holding flowers, the other wheat, in flowing gowns as they float in the clou

A Bohemian emerald green crystal overlay perfume bottle and stopper

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The fine faceted cut crystal body with a fluted neck and bulbous end decorated with gilding and an enamelled band with flowers
Bohemia, c.1900

Price: £550

A French Sevres porcelain casket

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The lobed shaped cobalt blue porcelain ground box with a gallant scene on the top depicting a playful young couple in a garden, signed 'G.

A set of three Empire style ormolu mounted crystal bonbon dishes

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Each mounted with fine and intricate ormolu mounts, the oval dish having a gridded basket pattern throughout with floral swags around the top border, the lozenge dish modelled with griffins and floral

Moorcroft Florianware Vase

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This striking piece, by William Moorcroft, was made in about 1895.

Pair of William Moorcroft Vases

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This charming pair of vases are by William Moorcroft and were made C.1895.
Famous for his innovation, the palate of colours is a most unusual combination, beautifully augmented in gold.

A pair of Moorcroft Vases

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This pair of vases are McIntyre Moorcroft.
Finely decorated in crisp colours with excellent gilding on a Chinese white ground, they are signed underneath.

Price: £3,900.

Australian Epergne

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This most singular object is Victorian, C. 1870, from Australia.
It is a three vase epergne mounted about a carved ostrich egg.