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780 A Royal Worcester plate, hand painted with fruit to a mossy background by J Cook, diameter 8ins

Sold for £160
Lot: 780
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781 A Royal Worcester plate, hand painted with fruit to a mossy background by J Cook, diameter 10.75ins

Sold for £310
Lot: 781
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782 A Royal Worcester plate, hand painted with fruit to a mossy background by J Cook, diameter 10.75ins

Sold for £310
Lot: 782
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783 A Royal Worcester cabinet plate, decorated with fruit to a mossy background by J Smith, with shaped gilt edge, diameter 6.75ins

Sold for £160
Lot: 783
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784 A Royal Worcester cabinet plate, decorated with fruit to a mossy background by J Smith, with shaped gilt edge, diameter 6.75ins

Sold for £160
Lot: 784
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785 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, decorated with fruit to a mossy background by Roberts, with shaped gilt edge to the saucer

Sold for £160
Lot: 785
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786 A Royal Worcester vase, of squat form, decorated to the front with fruit to a mossy background by Roberts, height 3ins

Sold for £60
Lot: 786
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787 A Royal Worcester limited edition model, Welsh Mountain Pony Coed Coed Planed, owned by Lord Kenyon, modelled by Doris Lindner, with plinth and certificate

Sold for £700
Lot: 787
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788 A Royal Worcester blush ivory jug, with basket weave body, twig moulded handled and a lizard, shape number 1714, dated 1904, height 6.25ins

Sold for £50
Lot: 788
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789 A Royal Worcester covered pot pourri, the front decorated with two Highland cattle in landscape by J Stinton, with pierced cover and inner cover, shape number 2048, dated 1915, height 10ins

Sold for £1600
Lot: 789
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790 A Flight, Barr and Barr Worcester pedestal vase, with gilt rim and a pair of gilt swan neck handles, the burgundy baluster body decorated with two gilt framed roundels hand painted with a pheasant and a kingfisher in landscape, raised on a square pedestal foot, inscribed to base, height 10.5ins

Sold for £600
Lot: 790
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791 H Stinton, watercolour, Highland cattle in landscape, 9.5ins x 13.25ins

Sold for £800
Lot: 791
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792 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, decorated with autumnal fruits and berries by A Davis, together with another Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer decorated with fruit to a mossy background by Roberts

Sold for £190
Lot: 792
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793 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, decorated with white fan tail doves and gilt foliage to a green ground, the cup signed W Powell, the saucer Rushton, cup dated 1912, the saucer 1920

Sold for £330
Lot: 793
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794 A small Chamberlains Worcester vase, decorated with a panel of flowers to a wet blue ground, height 2.75ins, together with three other vases

Sold for £50
Lot: 794
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795 Three cased Royal Worcester salt cellars, decorated in underglaze blue, in silver plated stands, together with another stand

Sold for £70
Lot: 795
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796 Harry Davis, three rectangular watercolours, fish caught on the fore shore, trout on a riverbank and fish at the fish mongers, framed as one, all signed, 3.75ins x 5.25ins

Sold for £900
Lot: 796
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797 W E Powell, watercolour, sketch of a macaw, 9.5ins x 6ins

Sold for £200
Lot: 797
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798 W E Powell, watercolour, peacock and peahen in a landscape, 5.5ins x 9ins

Sold for £200
Lot: 798
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799 A Royal Worcester covered pedestal vase, decorated with roses, leaves and gilding, shape number 2730, dated 1919, cover af, height 13.5ins

Sold for £140
Lot: 799
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800 A Royal Worcester blush ivory centre piece, formed as a shell supported by coral with shell moulded base, dated 1901, height 7.25ins

Sold for £40
Lot: 800
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801 A late 18th/early 19th century English porcelain covered sparrow beak jug, possibly from the Worcester factory, with reeded cover and baluster body, flower finial and gilt decoration, height 5.75ins

Sold for £35
Lot: 801
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802 A cased Royal Worcester coffee set, the six cups and saucers decorated with jewelling and gilt to a mottled green ground, retailed by Finnigans London, dated 1927, together with a set of six silver gilt coffee spoons, London 1929, maker Henry James Hulbert

Sold for £360
Lot: 802
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