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A 1980s Liberty Hand Printed silk square Merril rose design pattern with "Oil of Ulay" name in one corner. Merril rose specially created by Jack Harkness rose breeder to celebrate the success of the beauty product. Named after Margaret Merril the first Oil of Ulay beauty adviser. size 57cm square Brand new never used
Two Oldcourt (J Fryer & Son) ware. Lustre finished hand painted vases. Back stamp "Old Court Ware, England" "hand painted" within a circle with crown above. No cracks and no chips. Height 10 1/4" Circumference of top 3 3/4" Price for the two.
A pair of large Aynsley fine English Bone China Pembroke pattern egg coddlers/poachers. Backstamp Aynsley made in England , fine English bone china - Pembroke-reproduction of an eighteenth century Aynsley design. Ht 4 1/2" approx. Price for the pair
The first Steeple-Chase ever recorded near Ipswich, first publishes in London & Oxford 1st march 1839. Two antique Victorian aquatint etchings-original prints. Plate 2:- "The Large Field by Biles Corner 1839" engraving by J Harris after Henry Aitken. Plate3:- "The Last Field near Nacton Heath" engraving by J Harris after Henry Aitken. Print size 13 1/2" x 16 1/2" Frame 24" x 20" Solid Oak frames. Foxing to the mount.
Rev C H Spurgeon (Charles Haddon) 1834-1892. British Pastor "Prince of Preachers" at the Metropolitan Tabernacle London. 10,000 people attended his sermon at one meeting. Founder of Pastors College, Orphanages and Hospitals. A Photogravure print developed 1830s and patented in 1852. Portrait very good condition. Old frame has sign of wear. Portrait 14" x 19" and frame 21" x 26"
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1. "WAITING IN THE WINGS" - A beautiful ceramic figure of a young ballerina sitting on a wicker basket and holding a bouquet of flowers. base 3/14" x 2 3/4" ht 41/2" 2. "IN THE LIMELIGHT" - A delightful figure of 2 young Ballerinas standing and each holding a bouquet of flowers. base 4 " x 2 1/2" height 5" approx. Excellent condition. No cracks, no chips. Ideal Christmas gift. Price for the 2
S Hancock & Sons (Stoke on Trent) Coronaware 1912-1937. Reproduction of a CHENG design of an old Chinese decorated stick-neck vase. Globular body flower design. Height 9"" approx mid circumference 16 1/2" approx. Good condition. Plus another matching vase but with damage to the stick-neck
A vintage 1932 half gallon stoneware flagon with original screw stopper. Established 1888 J H Jones & Sons (Beverages Ltd), Leicester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby, Blackpool. To be returned when empty to J H Jones & Sons (Beverages Ltd Persons Prosecuted for illegal use or detention. Stamped impression on side by the handle - Pearsons & Co Chesterfield Ltd Whittington Moor. Height 11 1/2" base width 5 1/2"
1. Set of 4 Clown pictures size 13" x 11" 2. Set of 2 Railway steam engines by John S Smith. The Royal Scot and Sir Nigel Gresley No 5598 Size 10 1/2" x 8 1/2" 3. 4 assorted including a Bramble Hedge mice print and teddy bears. All in good condition. 10 pics at average of £2.50
A framed and glazed print of "Room in Brooklyn" by Edward Hopper 1882-1967 oil on canvass painted in 1932. This painting highlights the intense sense of emotion and despair during the "American Great Depression" 1929-1933. It is a sunny and beautiful day, but nothing to be happy about, all she has now is a chair, table and bed. Her bowed head and feeling of loneliness....... watching emptiness. Hoppers only painting that shows flowers. frame - size 16" x 12" print 9 1/2" x 8"
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