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An important Coalport sucrier and cover by Thomas Pardoe, circa 1815 Of oval shape with twin handles and a gilded finial, painted in colours with panels of seashells and weed, reserved on a peach-coloured ground gilt with caillouté,

An important Coalport sucrier and cover by Thomas Pardoe, circa 1815 Of oval shape with twin handles and a gilded finial, painted in colours with panels of seashells and weed, reserved on a peach-coloured ground gilt with caillouté,

A good Nantgarw oval dish from the Mackintosh service c.1818-20, the well painted with a Golden Pheasant standing on a grassy tussock, the rim with panels of flowers within gilt scrolls & scallop shells, impressed Nantgarw CW mark, 29.6cm. The painting on plates & dishes from this service is now believed to have been executed by Thomas Martin Randall at the establishment of Messrs. Robins & Randall, after engravings from Le Vaillant of Paris (c.1801-06).

A good Nantgarw oval dish from the Mackintosh service the well…

A Coalport Porcelain D Shape Bough Pot, circa 1805, painted possibly in the studio of Thomas Baxter with a flowerspray on a lilac ground within a moulded and gilt rectangular panel flanked by fluted pilasters and two lilac panels with purple classical ornament

A Coalport Porcelain D Shape Bough Pot, circa painted possibly in the studio of Thomas Baxter with a flowerspray on a lilac ground within a moulded and gilt rectangular panel flanked by fluted pilasters and two lilac panels with purple classical ornament

AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN GREEN-GROUND RECTANGULAR PLAQUE CIRCA 1835-40 reserved with a gilt-edged lobed panel painted in the foreground with a basket of flowers and fruit resting on a ledge before a flower-filled vase and an arrangement of fruit on a further ledge, with a carved giltwood frame

AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN GREEN-GROUND RECTANGULAR PLAQUE CIRCA 1835-40 reserved with a gilt-edged lobed panel painted in the foreground with a basket of flowers and fruit resting on a ledge before a flower-filled vase and an arrangement of fruit on a further ledge, with a carved giltwood frame

Royal Crown Derby double-handled cobalt porcelain vase, gilt-decorated with floral design. British, 19th/20th century

Royal Crown Derby double-handled cobalt porcelain vase, gilt-decorated with floral design.

A good Nantgarw plate of Brace service type, circa 1818-20. A good Nantgarw plate of Brace service type, circa 1818-20 Painted in London, probably in the Bradley workshop, with a full flower spray including a fine yellow and orange variegated tulip, the crisp C-scroll border reserving six panels painted with flower sprigs, a bird on a branch and an insect settled upon a bunch of redcurrants, gilt dentil rim, 25cm diam, impressed NANT-GARW CW

A good Nantgarw plate of Brace service type, circa

An important Coalport saucer dish from the Lewes service, circa 1812 Painted by Thomas Pardoe in Bristol in 1812 in his distinctive style with six lobed panels of shells, flowers, landscapes and a brightly coloured bird perched on a branch, reserved on a deep blue ground gilded with neoclassical decoration, a Garter Star in the centre, 21.5cm diam, inscribed inside the footrim in gold 'Pardoe 28 Bath St Bristol' in Pardoe's distinctive hand

An important Coalport saucer dish from the Lewes service, circa 1812

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