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SILVERDALE SALEROOM - DAY 2 - LOTS 703 - 1297 - November 2019 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antique Auction: Lot 1205

Auction: SILVERDALE SALEROOM - DAY 2 - LOTS 703 - 1297 - November 2019 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antique Auction

Auction Date: 09th November 2019 at 10.00 AM

19th Century Chinese Blue & White Ginger Jar: Jar with pictorial panels of furniture & pottery, mounted on later wooden base (damage noted to rim & no lid present), height without base 22cm

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SILVERDALE SALEROOM - DAY 2 - LOTS 703 - 1297 - November 2019 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antique Auction: Lot 1295

Auction: SILVERDALE SALEROOM - DAY 2 - LOTS 703 - 1297 - November 2019 Rare 20th Century British Pottery, Antique Auction

Auction Date: 09th November 2019 at 10.00 AM

Japanese Meiji period Ivory Okimono 19th century bearing red seal mark: Japanese Meiji period Ivory Okimono 19th century bearing red seal mark. Figure of a furniture maker or similar, minor damage to whatever was held in his right hand, and mid / waist section and right arm re glued on original joins. 17.5cm high

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September 2018 Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, The Ron Smith collection of Churchilliana, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture: Lot 895

Auction: September 2018 Auction of 20th Century British Pottery, The Ron Smith collection of Churchilliana, collectors items, household items, antique & quality furniture

Auction Date: 08th September 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 9 treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS all modelled as lions paws. All approx. 11 - 14cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 151

Auction: July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 14th July 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 9 treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS all modelled as a female head, thought to be that of Queen Charlotte. All approx. 12.5cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 152

Auction: July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 14th July 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 8 treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS modelled as a lions head, and a further rest thought to be that of the classical figure Zeus. All approx. 9.5cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 153

Auction: July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 14th July 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 9 treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS all modelled as lions paws. All approx. 11 - 14cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 154

Auction: July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 14th July 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 9 treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS all modelled as circular diablo shaped. All approx. 6 - 8.5cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale: Lot 155

Auction: July 2018 Antique, Rare Pottery and Fine Art Sale

Auction Date: 14th July 2018 at 10.00 AM

Group of 8 various treacle glazed 19th century pottery FURNITURE RESTS comprising 2 x 'paw' rests, 2 x heads of a female thought to be Florence Nightingale, 3 x male heads thought to be The Duke of Wellington, and 1 x lion All approx. 9.5cm - 13.5cm high. A few underglaze and overglaze chips were noted on some items. One lot from a small private collection of rests we are selling (9)

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News 59 results

Highlights of the next auction in July – Pottery, Jewellery and Guns!

We’ve got some choice pieces coming up for auction in our July sale at Silverdale including a sizeable section of guns. Read more about these and other lots due for auction on 11 July.

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Let’s Talk About Car Boot Sales & Charity Shops After Covid-19

If you have been busy in the garage, the spare room and the attic during lockdown and want to have a clear out, get in touch with us and we’ll advise you on prices for auction.

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How To Buy At Auction Online – Give It A Try, You Might Enjoy It!

During Covid-19, our online auctions have been really popular enabling people to take part in auctions safely, remotely. In this article learn how to bid online at auction.

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Potteries Auctions’ Switch to Online Auctioning During Covid-19 Has Helped Us Reach New Audiences

We’ve seen during Covid-19, that our switch to online-only auctions has helped us reach high prices and attract brand new audiences from across the world. See the results for yourself.

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The Life and Career of Clarice Cliff

Clarice Cliff’s career in pottery started at the tender age of 13, which gave her a long grounding in establishing her own pottery. Clarice Cliff is now an iconic brand recognised by everyone.

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The History of Fieldings Crown Devon Pottery

Crown Devon Pottery produced a wide range of styles and colours from its inception in 1870 until it closed its doors in 1982. Find out more about the history of this remarkable factory and why its wares are still so popular to this day.

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Should I sell my collection to dealers or is it best to sell my collection at auction?

Selling a large collection at auction is a really good way to get a good price at top prices that are in excess of what you would get from a dealer.

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Why Is Royal Doulton Sung Ware So Rare?

Royal Doulton Sung Ware was developed under chief designer Charles Noke from 1920 onwards using a flambe glaze along with painted and gilt decoration.

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The Perennial Popularity of Royal Doulton Figures

Royal Doulton is well-known for a wide range of figurines that are highly collectable around the world, making these an excellent investment for resale eventually at auction. Read on for more info.

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Selling Royal Doulton Animals and Birds at Auction

Royal Doulton Animal and Bird Figurines are arguably perhaps some of the best-known and best-loved figurines produced by Royal Doulton. But what are your chances of a good price at auction?

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Why Is Royal Doulton Flambe Collectable?

Royal Doulton Flambe glaze is made with copper oxide and gives a fiery red finish that became known as ‘flambe’ and Royal Doulton were European pioneers of the traditional Chinese glazing technique.

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What is a Character Jug or a Toby Jug?

Royal Doulton have produced character jugs since the early 1900s, where a character jug features the head and shoulders of a figure, and a Toby jug traditionally will display the entire body of a character.

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A Guide To Getting A Professional Valuation On House Contents For Insurance

Whether you have a few household items in your home that you know to be valuable and would like to insure them sufficiently, or you are looking for a valuation for all the contents in your home, we can help.

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Call Potteries Auctions In For Your House Clearance

If you are faced with the need to do a house clearance as part of emptying a house in order to wind up someone’s estate, take a look at our comprehensive house clearance service.

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Check Out the Chintz!

The phrasing “Chintz Pottery” describes chinaware and ceramics that are decorated in an all-over dense floral pattern, and was once banned in England! Take a look at our upcoming auction for some choice Chintz pieces.

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Why is Wedgwood Jasperware so popular?

The phrase Wedgwood Jasperware is perhaps one that a lot of people can identify with, even people with very little interest in collectable ceramics and pottery ware. But why is Jasperware so popular?

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How Much is My Moorcroft Vase Worth?

We have sold many Moorcroft vases in our time, reaching an amazing £17,200 hammer price for a Moorcroft Flambe vase in 2015. Find out if you have a valuable Moorcroft vase in your possession.

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Is That Tea Set Worth Anything?

You might have inherited a tea set from a distant relative and it’s just gathering dust in the back of a cupboard. You don’t want to throw it away, but you don’t want to use it either. Let’s figure out if your tea set is worth anything.

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Getting Well Stuffed – Taxidermy Trends At Auction

Our ‘Words of Wisdom’ today are from local antiques auctioneers Louis Taylors who are going to touch on Taxidermy in the world of antiques. If you are curious about trends in taxidermy at auction, then read on!

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Bargains To Be Had At Car Boots, the Local Tip & Charity Shops

Our valuer Rod walks us through his thoughts on when people with valuable possessions unwittingly sell or give away items through car boots, table top sales and charity shops. A guide to help you avoid the pitfalls!

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Fine Art Preview: Highlights Of Our Up-Coming November Fine Art Auction

Our next auction of fine art will be a three-day sale at our Silverdale saleroom on the 8th, 9th and 10th November 2019. Take a look at some of the highlighted lots we’re most excited about.

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Enid Seeney Homemaker Uncovered

Enid Seeney… who, you might ask? Well Enid was a designer and an artist who quietly designed and created the iconic ‘Homemaker’ designs produced on ceramics and other materials in the 1950's. Find out about her fascinating career.

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Dealing With Probate? Let Us Guide You Through The Process Of Valuing An Estate

Dealing with probate after the death of a loved one always comes at the very worst time if you're also a close relative as well as executor. Let us guide you through the trickiest part of probate, which is getting an accurate estimate on an estate.

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How do I bring my items to Potteries Auctions for a valuation?

Find out where our free valuations days in and around Staffordshire are, and make some time to come and see us with your valuables for an auction price estimate.

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Should I take old unwanted things to charity shops or are they good enough to go to auction?

Here’s a guide on spotting whether you have anything of value lurking in cupboards and on shelves!

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Cobridge flash furniture sale

On Sunday 29th September we will be holding an auction at our Cobridge saleroom. As well as lost courier items, Antiques, Pottery, and Furniture we will have a large amount of carpentry machinery for sale.

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Selling a collection at auction?

A useful insight into the benefits of selling your collection at auction.

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Susie Cooper

Susie Cooper from Burslem was a prolific ceramic designer in the early 20th century whose career spanned seven decades. Read about Susie Cooper's career.

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A Brief History Of Royal Crown Derby

Royal Crown Derby is one of the oldest remaining English porcelain manufacturers, and is based fairly locally to Potteries Auctions in Osmaston Road, Derby. Read this brief history of this manufacturer.

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Ceramic Furniture Rests

Ceramic Furniture Rests available in our July 14th Antiques, Rare Pottery & Fine Art Auction

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Top Selling Lots of 10th March Fine Art Sale

The top selling lots of our first Fine Art Sale of 2018!

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Diamonds Are Forever, sold in our first Fine Art Sale of 2018

Some lovely jewellery sold in the March 10th Fine Art and Antique Sale.

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WH Goss

Portrait of a local lady from Alsager in our next Fine Art Sale

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January Roundup

An insight into January 13th Auction

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November News

A round up of Novembers Fine Art & Antiques Auction

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Another snippet of local interest...

Apedale Hall built by Richard Heathcote

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Toys

There is a wonderful selection of toys on sale in our Antiques, Rare Pottery & Fine Art Auction on Sunday 12th November

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Harry Tittensor

Harry Tittensor an artist and potter from Burslem.

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Border Fine Arts

Border Fine Arts produced wildlife studies and farming scenes.

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Whisky or Whiskey... we have many bottles coming up in our November Sale

There is a whisky for everyone, from peaty single malt Scotch to new Irish releases to smooth American Bourbon and Rye.

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Furniture in our August 12th Sale

We have a selection of good quality furniture for sale in August 2017.

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Optics on view in our August 12th Sale

View our large number of optic items, on sale on Saturday 12th August 2017.

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Pâte-sur-Pâte

We have a number of Pâte-sur-pâte items coming up in our November 11th Fine Art Sale.

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June Auction Highlights!

On June 10th and 11th we held a two day Antique and Fine Art Auction. Read about the highlights here.........

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We measure up . . .

Lot 294 one of the top 25 highest selling lots.

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CIGARETTE CARDS

A large single owner collection of cigarette cards in our next sale.

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Top 25 Highest Selling Lots

Read about the top selling lots and highlights of the first Antique, Rare Pottery & Fine Art Sale of 2017.

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WADE COLLECTABLES

Wade Ceramics as popular as they were back in the 1950s!

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Sale Saturday - 7th January

The first sale of the year was on 7th January

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Potteries Auction 29th October 2016

View our catalogue online for our October 29th sale.

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Antique, Rare Pottery & Fine Art Auction News

Results from our two day sale in September 2016.

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Charlotte Rhead

Charlotte Rhead was an English ceramics designer who was active in the 1920's and in the 1930's in the Potteries area of Staffordshire.

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Top 25 Highest Selling Lots

Read about the top selling lots and highlights of the July 30th Sale

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Fine Art & Antique Auction News

We held the first Fine Art & Antique Auction of 2016 on February 27th

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2015 Fine Arts Review

Potteries Auctions' first ever Fine Art sale at our Silverdale Showroom was held in April whilst the second sale followed in September. Over 2300 lots went under the hammer in these sales and generated some exceptional realised prices.

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November Sale Highlights

The last sale before Christmas, November28th, dazzled with a wide variety of items appealing to both the specialist and casual collector

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Top Sellers

The top sellers from the April 25th Fine Art Sale

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2015 Auction Dates

Our new format for our auctions in 2015 will be Saturday sales day, usually on the last Saturday of the month (except December).

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