Interiors, Day 1: Pictures, Ceramics, Glass & Garden Ornament | 05 December 2017
A Wedgwood solid pale-blue jasper plaque of Admiral The Viscount Duncan
Sold for £320
A Wedgwood solid pale-blue jasper plaque of Admiral The Viscount Duncan (1731-1804), circa 1797, sprigged in white with a half length portrait of the admiral in profile, impressed WEDGWOOD and incised Duncan , 11cm high; Wedgwood blue-dip jasper plaque of Emperor Marcus Salvius Otho (AD32-69), early 19th century, impressed WEDGWOOD and incised AD 69 Otho , 6cm high; and another small sulphide plaque of Lord Duncan , 4cm high
NB. Adam Duncan, British admiral elevated to the peerage for defeating the Dutch at the battle of Camperdown, 11th October 1797.
Provenance: Hall Place, sold on the instructions of the Executors of Sonja, Lady Hollenden
No serious condition issues noted. Could benefit from a sympathetic clean.
Tuesday 05 December 2017, 10.00am
Sunday 3 December
10am - 2pm
Monday 4 December
9am - 5.30pm
Day of sale from 8.30am