January Interiors Auction | European Ceramics & Glass

A selection of highlight preview lots featuring in European Ceramics & Glass, 20th January 2022, from 10am, West Sussex:

Lot 1201 | A Doulton stoneware owl tobacco jar and cover, dated 1883, with brown button eyes, its feathers glazed in tones of blue, green and brown, impressed factory marks and date 1883, incised KD, 19.5cm high (2). Estimate £300 -£400 (plus BP).
Lot 1230 | A large Martin Brothers stoneware face jug, dated 1903, one side modelled with a merry smiling face, the reverse with a face wearing a more thoughtful expression, partly glazed with white highlights to the eyes, incised R.W. Martin & Bros, London & Southall, 30.10.1903, 21.5cm high. Estimate £2,500 - £3,500 (plus BP).
Lot 1235 | Charles Vyse (1882-1971) 'Madonna of World's End Passage', a Chelsea pottery figure, dated 1922, blue painted CV monogram, 1922 and Chelsea, 25cm high. Estimate £400 - £600 (plus BP).
Lot 1239 | A rare gilt-metal mounted cut glass openwork crown scent bottle and stopper, early 19th century, with four straps cut with outer panels of raised strawberry diamonds, the two-colour gilt metal collar chased with coronets between roses, thistles and shamrocks, the stopper in the form of a Maltese Cross, 10cm high. Estimate £300 - £500 (plus BP).
Lot 1240 |A Lalique 'Borromée' Vase, designed in 1928, opalescent glass with traces of blue staining, engraved R.Lalique France, N. 1017, 23.5cm high. Estimate £2,500 - £3,500 (plus BP).
Lot 1255 | A Meissen group of Gallant and Companion, mid 18th century, modelled as a young woman resisting the gentleman's advances, she carrying a basket of grapes, a dog at their feet, blue crossed swords mark, impressed 39, 14.5cm high. Estimate £600 - £800 (plus BP).

Lot 1272 | A Meissen porcelain assembled clock garniture (3), late 19th century, comprising of a clock applied with four putti emblematic of the Seasons and a pair of vases, covers and stands, each applied with two putti and encrusted in high relief with flowers and fruit around painted floral sprays, the stands with a further panel of lovers in a landscape, blue crossed swords marks, clock incised 2179, vases and bases incised 2711, clock 48cm high, vases, covers and stands 40cm high, with key and pendulum. Estimate £3,000 - £5,000 (plus BP).
Lot 1311 | A Royal Doulton titanium ware vase, circa 1920, of swollen square section, painted by H.Allen, signed, with two gulls flying above breaking waves, printed factory mark, painted 961, incised 640, 20.25cm high. Estimate £200 - £300 (plus BP).

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