Lot 427


19th/Early 20th century
Comprising; a flower encrusted pastille burner and stand; 12cm high; a Bloor Derby cow creamer and cover, red painted mark, 15.5cm length; a Royal Worcester boy and drum taperstick, circa 1867, black printed mark, 11.5cm high; a Royal Crown Derby blue ground ewer painted with a bird in a landscape, unsigned, red printed mark, indistinct date code, 17.5cm high; a Coalport cabinet cup and saucer, painted with panels of domestic birds against a sky blue ground, printed mark ( 8)

Estimate: £100 - £200
Hammer price: £320
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.

Pastille burner and stand- some restoration to the leaves around the mouth of the pastille burner. Some small losses to the applied flowers. The stand with some staining to the centre. Very minor restoration and losses to the applied flowers. Minor chip to underside of the rim

Cow creamer and cover- restoration to horns, one ear and cover. Chips around edge of base

Worcester taperstick- restoration to boy's right foot and to the back of his head. Restoration to the horn on the base. Minor wear to the gilding.

Royal Crown Derby ewer- foot broken and glued with triangular section lacking.

Coalport cup and saucer- saucer with haircracks to rim and through centre

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