13 - 14 January 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 2,250
Estimate USD 1,000 - USD 1,500
A GROUP OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PORCELAIN,
VARIOUS MAKERS, LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
the English comprising a Royal Doulton topographical plate of Windsor castle, green printed mark, circa 1920; a flower encrusted porcelain cup and cover; and a small jar and cover; the Worcester comprising an ovid jug, puce printed mark for 1887; two milk jugs with horn-form handles, the first with green printed mark for 1905, the second with puce printed mark for 1909; a small baluster vase, green printed mark for 1913; a bud vase painted with roses, green printed mark for 1914; a bud vase painted with pheasants, green printed mark for 1924; and blue-ground vase and cover, underglaze blue mark; the Continental comprising a gilt and blue-ground ewer; a pair of gilt-metal mounted Chinoiserie style vases; six French plates painted with courting couples; nine Lenox plates printed with birds; and two Lenox plates printed with woodland animals; together with a large milk glass baluster vase painted with flowers
The glass vase 15½in. (39.4cm.) high (31)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note there are 3 topographical plates in this lot, not 1, and 6 Lenox plates printed with birds, not 9.
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