Collectors Items, including Great War Crested China & Period Costume | 26 February 2013
Model of Roman Pottery 1st Century AD (Original In Wedgwood Museum Burslem)
Sold for £190
Model of Roman Pottery 1st Century AD (Original In Wedgwood Museum Burslem) by Carlton China, No. 377, inscribed 'United We Stand, The Flags Of The Allies 1914', with a coloured transfer print of a soldier with a rifle within the flags of the allies, 80mm high.
Model of a Ewer by Wy Knot Crest China, inscribed 'Kitcheners Army' and 'Bravo!' above the Union Jack flag, 60mm high.
Model of Vase from Silchester (in Reading Museum) by Arcadian China, No. 54, (The Royal Irish Regt) inscribed '18th Foot', 50mm high.
Model of Ewer with Handle To Top by Willow Art China, (The Queens) inscribed 'Royal West Surrey Regiment, 2nd Foot', 80mm high.
Model of a Slim Necked Vase by Savoy China, (Arras), inscribed to rear 'Battle of Arras, British Victory, 13,000 German Prisoners, 150 Guns Captured, Easter April 9 1917', 75mm high.
Model of Chess Rook by Arcadian China, (The Duke Of Cornwall's Light Infantry), 55mm high. (6)
Wy Knot Vase - Firing crack under top of handle. Hairline at top of handle. Some staining. Some wear to gilding. Silchester Vase - Some ware to gilding around rim. Willow Art Ewer - Slight hairline around middle of handle. Some wear to gilding. Arras Vase - Two tiny chips to rim of vase. Light wear to gilding around rim. Castle - Flaw and firing crack around back of castle (under turrets). Some light wear to gilding around top.
Tuesday 26 February 2013, 10.00am
Bristol Auction Rooms
St. John's Place
23rd February 9.30am – 1.00pm
25th February 9.30am - 6.00pm
Morning of sale from 9.00am