ONLINE AUCTION | December. 16 12:00pm - January. 9 1:00pm

18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH CERAMICS

Buyer's Premium: 

22% (2% discount for payments by cash or debit only - no discount for credit card or e-Transfer payments)

Gardner Galleries has received instructions to offer without reserve from a prominent London estate a collection of early English ceramics: Caughley, Worcester and others with most circa 1750 to 1790. The collection was assembled over many years from Canadian (Jonny's, Town House, etc.) and English antique dealers and auction houses. Extended bidding period due to the holiday season.

A sincere effort has been made to catalogue or photograph any major flaws; however, everything must be offered "as is". Most of the pieces in the sale average 250 years old and no sale will be set aside if a minor flaw has not been noted. Dates and makers are an opinion only and not guaranteed as fact.  Viewing in person is strongly recommended and condition reports are always available by telephone or email.  

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3501

CAUGHLEY "BASKETWEAVE" BOWL

"Pinecone" pattern with lambrequin border and trellis sides with florets (1 petal chipped) signed with crescent mark circa 1776-1780 - diameter 26.7cm (10 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3502

5 CUPS

One dating from first period Dr.

Starting Bid: $10
3503

DR WALL WORCESTER TANKARD

"Floral Reserve" pattern with crescent mark circa 1770, one side with crack, purchased from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, U.K.

Starting Bid: $10
3504

PAIR FIGURINES

Each signed with Chelsea gold anchor mark, the floral encrusted trees showing old restorations - height approximately 16.5cm (6 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3505

WORCESTER VASE

So-called "Telephone Box" design signed with faded crescent mark circa 1770

Starting Bid: $5
3506

WORCESTER CUP & SAUCER

Printed blue figural landscape design each with blue crescent mark - saucer is 11.8cm (4 5/8in) diameter; chips on base rims

Starting Bid: $10
3507

LARGE BOWL

"Pinecone" pattern, unsigned - diameter 30.5cm (12in)

Starting Bid: $10
3508

ASPARAGUS SERVER

Wedge-shaped signed with blue crescent - height 7.6cm (3in); chip on rim

Starting Bid: $10
3509

DERBY SAUCE BOAT

Circa 1765-1770 purchased from Andrew Dando Antiques, U.K. - length 21cm (8 1/4in); minor lip and base rim chips

Starting Bid: $10
3510

CAUGHLEY DISH

Saucer-shaped plate in "Pleasure Boat" pattern circa 1785, unsigned - diameter 18.4cm (7 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3511

10 SAUCERS

Most signed including crescent and artist marks - diameter approximately 12.7cm (5in)

Starting Bid: $10
3512

PAIR WORCESTER DISHES

First period (circa 1770) in "Hundred Antiques" pattern each signed, diameter approximately 22.2cm (8 3/4in) - purchased from Town House Antiques, St. Catherines, Ont.

Starting Bid: $10
3513

WORCESTER CUPS & SAUCERS

(2) cups and saucers painted with Chinese figures each signed with a blue crescent - cups have age cracks with one also chipped on rim - saucers approximately 12.1cm (4 3/4in) diameter

Starting Bid: $10
3514

DRAINING BOWL

"Pinecone" pattern, unsigned, age check on one side - diameter 22.2cm (8 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3515

WORCESTER LEAF-SHAPED PICKLE DISH

First period Dr. Wall (circa 1765), signed with crescent mark, base rim with restorations - length 19.7cm (7 3/4in), purchased from Town House Antiques, Ontario

Starting Bid: $10
3516

3 CREAM JUGS

Each signed with blue crescent mark - smallest 8.9cm (3 1/2in) high, the (2) larger have imperfections

Starting Bid: $10
3517

WORCESTER TEAPOT & DISH

Barr, Flight and Barr Worcester circa 1792-1807, teapot has age check to base and interior of cover with rim chip and impressed "B"; oval dish is 17.8cm (7in) long - Town House Antiques p

Starting Bid: $10
3518

2 CUPS & SAUCERS

One with handle-less cup and unknown mark on saucer; other with blue crescent mark

Starting Bid: $10
3519

EARLY WORCESTER SAUCE BOAT

Circa 1754 with artist's mark underneath, spout has an old restoration and pedestal base an age crack - length 24.1cm (9 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3520

WORCESTER SPITTOON CUP

"Zig-Zag Fence" pattern with handle and wide flat rim signed with blue crescent - height 10.2cm (4in), rim diameter 12.7cm (5in)

Starting Bid: $10
3521

CAUGHLEY COVERED BOWL & FLAT

Cover has a rim chip, bowl and 15.2cm (6in) diameter underplate signed with blue crescent mark

Starting Bid: $10
3522

5 SAUCERS & SMALL BOWLS

Chinese figures and landscapes, (2) with blue crescent mark and (1) mended - diameter approximately 11.4cm (4 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3523

PAIR CORNUCOPIAE

Signed with unknown (probably artist) marks, height 21.6cm (8 1/2in) - provenance Roderick Jellicoe, London, U.K.

Starting Bid: $10
3524

3 CONTAINERS

Covered dry mustard pot signed with blue crescent mark 14cm (5 1/2in) high overall; (2) unsigned tea jars less covers, the smaller having chips on base

Starting Bid: $10
3525

LARGE MEAT PLATTER

"Pinecone" pattern signed underneath with blue crescent mark - length 38.7cm (15 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3526

LOWESTOFT OVAL DISH

"Zig-Zag Fence" pattern circa 1785-1795; one florette is chipped, base rim shows small chips, mold flaw by one handle, one handle with age check - length 21.6cm (8 1/2in), blue crescent m

Starting Bid: $10
3527

4 CONDIMENT BOWLS

Pair leaf-shaped 11.4cm (4 1/2in) pickle bowls bowls having molded design underneath and each signed with a blue "D" mark for Derby circa 1756-1760; small unsigned pedestal bowl with lip

Starting Bid: $10
3528

EARLY SAUCE BOAT

Lunds Bristol circa 1750 original to the Alixe W. McCart Collection - length 19.1cm (7 1/2in); small chips on spout, base rim damaged

Starting Bid: $10
3529

2 EARLY STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES

Taller 22.2cm (8 3/4in) with damage to right hand and sword hilt, smaller mold flaw on rear of turban

Starting Bid: $10
3530

FEATHER-MOLDED COVERED POT

Caughley circa 1756-1760 in "Feather Mold Floral" design signed with "C" underneath - overall height 23.5cm (9 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3531

3 TEACUPS

Single and a pair all late 18th century, diameter approximately 8.3cm (3 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3532

WORCESTER SCALLOPED DISH

Floral embossed "Chrysanthemum" signed blue crescent mark retaining labels from "Jas. A. Lewis, N.Y., N.Y." and "Roderick Jellicoe, London" - diameter 14.6cm (5 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3533

CAUGHLEY DISH

"Pinecone" design signed with crescent mark, small lip check - diameter 22.2cm (8 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3534

SAUCE BOAT

Body with molded decoration signed with blue mark - rough spout edge and interior discolouration - length 21cm (8 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3535

"VUNG TAU CARGO" DISH

Blue and white octagonal dish retaining label underneath from Christie's 1992 auction, Lot 808 - diameter 13.3cm (5 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3536

TEAPOT

Signed with Worcester blue crescent mark, the interior rim of cover chipped and tip of spout restored - overall height 14cm (5 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3537

WORCESTER PLATE & OVAL DISH

"Hundred Antiques" pattern, both have old riveted repairs - dish is 24.1cm (9 1/2in) long

Starting Bid: $10
3538

6 BOWLS

(2) with blue marks; some chips and discolouring - largest is 12.1cm (4 3/4in) diameter

Starting Bid: $10
3539

DR. WALL WORCESTER MUG

"Sunflowers and Roses" circa 1760-1700 signed with blue crescent - height 15.2cm (6in); small chip on base rim

Starting Bid: $10
3540

AMERICAN COMMEMORATIVE MUG

"George Peabody, The Benefactor of the Poor", unmarked, probably produced at the time of his death in 1869

Starting Bid: $10
3541

TANKARD

Early Worcester blue crescent mark, one side Chinese figures and other a couple with one fishing - height 15.2cm (6in)

Starting Bid: $10
3542

BOW SAUCEBOAT

Circa 1760-1765, provenance Andrew Dando Antiques, U.K. - length 21cm (8 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3543

4 TEA CUPS

Late 18th century, (2) with Duesbury Derby marks (1 cup cracked)

Starting Bid: $10
3544

CAUGHLEY DESSERT DISH

Rare "Weir" pattern circa 1780-1790 - unmarked, length 27.3cm (10 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3545

OVAL BASKET

Trellis sides with florets and twin spiral design handles, underneath signed with (4) blue marks and retaining an old inventory paper label - length 22.9cm (9in)

Starting Bid: $10
3546

WORCESTER OVAL STAND OR TRAY

"Pinecone" pattern with modeled acorns, signed with crescent mark circa 1770-1772; handles have imperfections (missing pieces) - length 33cm (13in)

Starting Bid: $10
3547

5 SMALL DISHES/SAUCERS

All with blue crescent mark, (2) have a chip on rim - diameter approximately 11.4cm (4 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3548

PAIR WORCESTER PLATES

"Rubber Tree" pattern circa 1775 shallow bowls or plates - diameter 19.1cm (7 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3549

PEDESTAL BOWL

Blue crescent mark - diameter 18.1cm (7 1/8in)

Starting Bid: $10
3550

CAUGHLEY SMALL CREAMER

"Low Chelsea ewer" circa 1775-1780, bottom of handle chipped and a few tiny lip chips - length 10.8cm (4 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3551

COVERED OVAL SMALL TUREEN

Signed with blue "S" mark and retaining label "Godden Reference Collection" - length 14.6cm (5 3/4in), both bowl and cover with restorations

Starting Bid: $10
3552

WORCESTER LARGE JUG

"Molded Cabbage Leaf" jug with mask spout circa 1765-1770 - small chip on end of spout and hair line check near top of handle, signed with blue crescent - height 22.9cm (9in)

Starting Bid: $10
3553

CAUGHLEY DISH

"Mock-Chinese" design enhanced with gold circa 1780-1785, printed "S+" mark underneath - diameter 18.4cm (7 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3554

COVERED TUREEN & STAND

Worcester circa 1770 both with blue crescent mark - cover finial and side handles have chips; oval stand 27.9cm (11in) long with a small lip chip and small chips on underside of "shell" handles

Starting Bid: $10
3555

LOWESTOFT BOWL

"Zig-Zag" fence pattern circa 1785-1795 - partial mark underneath, base rim has a chip - diameter 10.5cm (4 1/8in)

Starting Bid: $10
3556

ECUELLE CUP ON STAND

Inside of cover has two tiny rim chips, unmarked, stand is 14cm (5 1/2in) diameter with paper label "Watney Collection"

Starting Bid: $10
3557

CAUGHLEY SAUCE BOAT

Signed with blue crescent - overall length 19.1cm (7 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3558

6 FIGURINES

(4) Staffordshire with imperfections and (2) smaller porcelain one of which has gold anchor mark - tallest 12.7cm (5in)

Starting Bid: $5
3559

WORCESTER TWIN-HANDLED CUP

Dr. Wall first period circa 1765-1770, diameter excluding handles 9.5cm (3 3/4in) - provenance Town House Antiques, Ontario

Starting Bid: $10
3560

SHELL-FORM PICKLE BOWL

Unknown blue mark attributed to Liverpool circa 1760 - width 15.9cm (6 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3561

CAUGHLEY DRAINING DISH

"Pleasure Boat" pattern circa 1785, one lip chip - diameter 21cm (8 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3562

SMALL SAUCE BOAT

Liverpool circa 1775 - length 14cm (5 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3563

WORCESTER MUSTARD POT

Finial handle on cover chipped, blue crescent mark underneath circa 1775 - overall height 10.2cm (4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3564

CAUGHLEY PEDESTAL CENTRE BOWL

"Pinecone" pattern signed with blue crescent mark, rim has a chip and crack - diameter 24.1cm (9 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3565

FOUR-PIECE TEA SET

Teapot with impressed "B" mark for Barr, Flight and Barr Worcester covered oval sugar with age crack to one side; creamer with silver replacement handle, waste bowl - teapot is 22.9cm (9in) long ov

Starting Bid: $10
3566

DR. WALL WORCESTER

Small bowl or saucer circa 1775 signed with blue crescent - provenance Town House Antiques, Ontario - diameter 10.8cm (4 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3567

WORCESTER SPITTOON

Wide flaring lip signed with blue crescent mark, lip chip and age cracks - height 11.4cm (4 1/2in), lip diameter 12.1cm (4 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3568

LARGE BOWL

Imperfections include mends and chips - diameter 32.4cm (12 3/4in), unmarked

Starting Bid: $10
3569

2 WORCESTER CREAM JUGS

One with rim and base rim chips, other age check near base - both having blue crescent mark; covers may not be original - overall height 12.7cm (5in)

Starting Bid: $10
3570

CAUGHLEY TANKARD

"Rock Strata Island" pattern circa 1780, firing flaw at top of handle - height 11.4cm (4 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3571

SMALL MUG

Decorated with exotic bird, fruit, foliage and butterfly, unmarked - height 8.3cm (3 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3572

WORCESTER SAUCE BOAT

Circa 1754-1755, age check and old restorations - length 19.7cm (7 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3573

COVERED POT

Blue crescent mark with "E", paper label "John Williams Collection" - overall height 21.6cm (8 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3574

WORCESTER SCALLOPED PLATE

First period circa 1770 signed with blue crescent mark, diameter 21.6cm (8 1/2in) - provenance Town House Antiques, Ontario

Starting Bid: $10
3575

WORCESTER MUSTARD POT

Blue crescent mark, height including cover 10.2cm (4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3576

18TH CENTURY MEAT PLATTER

"Pinecone" pattern signed with blue mark - length 38.7cm (15 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3577

WORCESTER BOWL

Blue crescent mark - diameter 17.8cm (7in)

Starting Bid: $10
3578

TEA CUP, EGG CUP

Small octagonal tea cup and a 6.4cm (2 1/2in) high egg cup both with labels from Roderick Jellicoe, London, U.K.

Starting Bid: $10
3579

PARTIAL SEAFOOD SERVICE

Victorian semi-porcelain, the 54.6cm (21 1/2in) long oval platter with draining tray impressed with diamond registration mark together with set of (5) 26.7cm (10 1/2in) diameter plates - discolouri

Starting Bid: $10
3580

CAUGHLEY SAUCE BOAT

Unsigned, length 17.1cm (6 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3581

WORCESTER TEA CUP & SAUCER

Saucer 12.7cm (5in) diameter signed with blue crescent mark circa 1775 - provenance Town House Antiques, Ontario

Starting Bid: $10
3582

6 TEA CUPS

(3) blue crescent mark, (2) unknown marks, (1) unmarked - largest is 8.3cm (3 1/4in) diameter

Starting Bid: $10
3583

LARGE CAUGHLEY JUG

Molded "cabbage leaf" in the style of Worcester having mask spout signed with blue crescent mark, base with crack which continues up one side - height 29.2cm (11 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3584

WORCESTER DISH

"Chrysanthemum" pattern signed with blue crescent retaining labels from Roderick Jellicoe, U.K. and Jas. A. Lewis, N.Y., N.Y. - diameter 14.6cm (5 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3585

LEAF-SHAPED PICKLE DISH

Two holes where handle joins, there may be an old restoration to part of the base rim - unmarked, length 19.4cm (7 5/8in)

Starting Bid: $10
3586

PAIR PLATES

Pair plates or shallow bowls in "Pinecone" pattern each signed with blue crescent mark - diameter 24.1cm (9 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3587

TEAPOT

Molded cylindrical body with cover signed with blue crescent, overall height 15.9cm (6 1/4in) - provenance Wynn A. Sayman, Early English Pottery and Porcelain, Richmond, MA, USA

Starting Bid: $10
3588

5 TEA CUPS

(2) unmarked, (3) assorted blue marks

Starting Bid: $10
3589

TEAPOT

"Pinecone" pattern, the cover finial has rough edges on the petals and spout has small lip chip, signed with blue marks - overall height 20.3cm (8in)

Starting Bid: $10
3590

WORCESTER TANKARD

Blue crescent mark, small age crack top of handle - height 15.2cm (6in)

Starting Bid: $10
3591

WORCESTER VASE

Circa 1770 in so-called "Telephone Box" pattern, rim has chips and an age check - height 18.4cm (7 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3592

PAIR TEA CUPS & SAUCERS

Cups (1 cracked) scratched signed "B" for Worcester circa 1793-1803 - saucers are 14cm (5 1/2in) diameter

Starting Bid: $10
3593

WORCESTER BARBER'S BOWL

Design incorporates a peacock, there are a few rough glaze spots on bottom edge; underneath has a hanging loop; chips on base rim and signed with blue "W" - diameter 21.6cm (8 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3594

HIGH-FOOTED CREAM BOAT

Unmarked (collection label underneath); age check on handle - length 15.2cm (6in)

Starting Bid: $10
3595

WORCESTER SOUP TUREEN

"Pinecone" pattern modeled with acorns comprising twin-handled tureen, cover and 33.4cm (13 1/8in) long stand, blue crescent marks circa 1770-1772 - provenance The Zorensky Collection of

Starting Bid: $10
3596

CYLINDRICAL MUG

Worcester "Man Aiming a Gun" circa 1770-1775, blue crescent mark, chip inside top rim - height 12.1cm (4 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3597

PAIR WORCESTER CORNUCOPIAE

Each signed with blue scrolled "W" mark - height 26.7cm (10 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3598

TEAPOT

"Birds in Branches" pattern, unmarked, attributed to Worcester circa 1770-1790 - overall height 14.6cm (5 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3599

TWO WORCESTER BOWLS OR PLATES

Octagonal 20.3cm (8in) diameter circa 1768 and smaller with scalloped border decorated with Chinese landscapes including fan-shaped panels both signed with pseudo Chinese character marks - a very s

Starting Bid: $10
3600

WORCESTER BOWL

Molded border, blue crescent mark - diameter 24.8cm (9 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3601

20-PIECE SERVICE

(14) 22.2cm (8 3/4in) diameter plates (2 with lip chips) and (6) assorted serving dishes, some pieces impressed with crown mark for Flight, Barr and Barr circa 1813-1829

Starting Bid: $10
3602

2 SAUCE/CREAM BOATS

Blue crescent marks, length approximately 15.2cm (6in)

Starting Bid: $10
3603

CAUGHLEY SERVING BOWL

Stand 16.5cm (6 1/2in) diameter with age crack, blue crescent mark

Starting Bid: $10
3604

OVAL BOWL

Base rim has chip and discolouring - length 27.3cm (10 3/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3605

LARGE EXPORT JAR

Armorial design, hairline check at top, shows some gold loss - overall height 35.6cm (14in)

Starting Bid: $10
3606

MUSTARD POT

Blue crescent mark, cover finial has rough edges and tiny interior rim chips - overall height 10.2cm (4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3607

CHARGER, SHALLOW BOWL

Smaller signed with six-character mark and base rim chips, larger 31.8cm (12 1/2in) diameter having discolouring

Starting Bid: $10
3608

DR. WALL WORCESTER TANKARD

"Chinese Gardens" pattern with blue crescent mark circa 1765, height 11.8cm (4 5/8in) - accompanied by a receipt from Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, U.K.

Starting Bid: $10
3609

2 SMALL TEAPOTS

Larger 12.7cm (5in) high with cover having rough edges on finial handle and interior rim chip

Starting Bid: $10
3610

WORCESTER BOWL

Molded floral and vine exterior, blue crescent mark - diameter 16.5cm (6 1/2in)

Starting Bid: $10
3611

4 JUGS

Taller 19.1cm (7 1/2in) high (some paint loss); gold-painted with monogram in body cartouche signed Chamberlain Worcester (cracks); smallest has a crack at rim

Starting Bid: $10
3612

WORCESTER LEAF-SHAPED DISH

Fitted with a later hallmarked silver swing handle, blue crescent mark - length 26cm (10 1/4in)

Starting Bid: $10
3613

3 SAUCEBOATS

Lip chips, largest 21.6cm (8 1/2in) long cracked where foot joins body

Starting Bid: $10
3614

2 WORCESTER MUGS

Both with blue crescent mark, smaller with lip chip and taller 11.8cm (4 5/8in) high with crack by handle

Starting Bid: $10
3615

5 BOWLS

All damaged, largest is 22.9cm (9in) diameter

Starting Bid: $10
3616

COVERED DISH ON STAND

Blue crescent marks, the cover has damage on finial handle and 15.9cm (6 1/4in) diameter stand with short age check on border

Starting Bid: $10
3617

2 DISHES

Smaller signed with four-character mark and label from Catherine Hunt Oriental Antiques; larger 13.3cm (5 1/4in) diameter with label "J. & S. Wyatt"

Starting Bid: $10
3618

3 BOWLS

Largest 14.6cm (5 3/4in) diameter "Bird in Branches" design with Worcester blue crescent

Starting Bid: $10
3619

5 POTS

(5) pots and (6) lids - damage

Starting Bid: $10
3620

5 PLATES & DISHES

Worcester "Pinecone" pattern with blue crescent mark (crack); octagonal retaining label from Jonny's Antiques; (3) others

Starting Bid: $10
3621

ASSORTED CERAMICS

Derby, lustre, cups, saucers, etc. - imperfections

Starting Bid: $10
3622

3 BOWLS

Largest 15.2cm (6in) diameter with printed "S" mark, small oval with chip on side

Starting Bid: $10
3623

TEAPOTS, ETC.

Large Worcester "cabbage leaf" jug, (2) teapots, dish, (3) bowls - damage

Starting Bid: $10
3624

IRONSTONE EWER

Some glaze discolouring, unmarked - height 30.5cm (12in)

Starting Bid: $10
3625

BALANCE OF THE COLLECTION

Semi-porcelain chamber pot, slop bucket less cover, jugs, creamers, plates and bowls including Duesbury, 1853 mug - imperfections

Starting Bid: $10
3626

13 REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

"Godden's New Guide to English Porcelain", "British Porcelain", "Porcelain", "Antique Blue and White Spode", "The Genuine Article", "English Blue and White Porcelain of the 18th Century", "The Ewer

Starting Bid: $10