From an English Private Collection

Part II

Rare London tin-glazed earthenware polychrome floor Tile, painted with a goat, Aldgate Pothouse, c.1600-40

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Rare Dutch tin-glazed earthenware polychrome Tile, painted with a Triton and a Naiad, Rotterdam, c.1600-30

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London tin-glazed Tile, painted with a vase of flowers, c.1740

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Dutch tin-glazed Tile, painted with a Spanish soldier, c.1600-20

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Dutch tin-glazed Tile, painted with a horse within a scalloped border, the corners with winged-leaf motifs, c.1620-40

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Dutch tin-glazed Tile, painted with a stylised floral design, c.1600

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Eastern European Renaissance terracotta floor Tile, decorated in relief with a knight on horseback, c.1500-1600

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Dutch tin-glazed Tile, painted with a cargo boat under sail, c.1660-80

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Boxed set of twelve duc de Villeroy, Mennecy Knives, painted with chinoiserie figures and flowers, fitted with silver ferrules and steel blades, c.1740

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Boxed set of duc de Villeroy, Mennecy Knives (detail)
     

Rare Worcester Coffee Cup, decorated in the workshop of James Giles with a 'golden fleece' and puce sprays, c.1765-68

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Worcester armorial Plate, painted in the workshop of James Giles with the arms of Gavin impaling Hearsey, surrounded by scattered floral sprigs, c.1762-67

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Worcester armorial Plate (detail)
Worcester armorial Plate (detail)

Extremely rare Worcester armorial Knife and Fork, decorated with the arms of Stoughton of Ballyhorgan, County Kerry, fitted with silver ferrules, blade and tines, c.1757

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Rare Worcester two-handled, double-lipped Sauceboat, moulded with oak leaf-edged panels, each containing a finely painted European figure in a landscape, a lady and a gentleman on both sides, c.1756-58

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Rare Worcester Sauceboat (detail)
Rare Worcester Sauceboat (detail)
     

Early Worcester high-footed Sauceboat, moulded with cartouches containing a Long Eliza in a garden and a chinoiserie figure crossing a bridge, the interior with indianische Blumen and Daoist emblems, c.1754-55

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Early Worcester high-footed Sauceboat (detail)
     

Rare Capodimonte Knife, the moulded haft painted with colourful flowers, the end in the form of a pecten shell, c.1755-59

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Rare Capodimonte Knife (detail)

Rare Bow Fork, the haft moulded with flowers and terminating in the form of a parrot's head, fitted with a silver ferrule and steel tines, c.1752

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Large Chelsea Knife, the haft moulded with entwined trailing flowers, c.1750. Fitted in the Nineteenth Century as a paper knife with an ornately engraved gilt-metal blade

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Chelsea Knife, the moulded haft painted with sprays of European flowers and scattered sprigs, Red Anchor period, c.1755

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Rare Knife and Fork, the blue aventurine glass faceted pistol-grip hafts simulating the appearance of lapis lazuli. Fitted with silver-gilt ferrules, blade and tines, c.1720-50

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Tournai Mustard Pot with an elaborate Rococo handle, painted in underglaze blue with floral sprays beneath a moulded neck, c.1770

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Worcester Tea Bowl and Saucer, painted with the Honeysuckle pattern, c.1758-62

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Worcester Knife, finely painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with a steel blade, c.1760

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Worcester Game Knife, painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Floral pattern, fitted with a silver ferrule and steel scimitar blade, c.1760

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Worcester Tea Bowl with a lobed rim, painted with the Prunus Root pattern, workman's mark, c.1758-60

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Signed Japanese studio porcelain Dish, naturalistically modelled as a lily pad and painted in underglaze blue, early Twentieth Century

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Two Mennecy Knives, c.1745, the moulded hafts painted with European floral sprays and sprigs, fitted with silver ferrules, the blades stamped Jules Piault, Paris

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Mennecy Knives (reverse)
     

Chinese Tea Bowl or Wine Cup, the moulded interior painted in underglaze blue with a jumping boy holding a long-stemmed flower, the exterior with panels of stylised flowers, Eighteenth Century

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Worcester Bowl, painted in the Japanese taste with the Old Scarlet Japan pattern, c.1770

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Knife and Fork, the hafts of faceted pistol form, painted in underglaze blue with alternate panels of diaper and Berainesque ornaments, fitted with silver ferrules, probably Saint-Cloud, c.1740

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Four Worcester Knives, each painted in underglaze blue with the Formal Daisy pattern, fitted with silver ferrules and steel blades, three of which are stamped BEACH, SALISBURY, c.1760-65

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