The Welsh Sale

Sat 20 October 2018, 10:30 AM - Cardiff Saleroom, South Wales

Intro to this Welsh Sale:

Special London Viewing: Sunday 7th October 2-7pm at The London Welsh Centre, 157 Grays Inn Road, WC1X 8UE

Cardiff Viewing: Friday 19th October 12pm - 7pm & the morning of auction 9am - 10.15am

One hundred years ago John Kyffin Williams was born and appropriately his Centenary has been marked by the National Library of Wales with a superb exhibition of his work. While we as a company were privileged to have been the sponsors of the Annual Kyffin Williams Student Prize for 2018. It is also 50 years to the day of this October 2018 Welsh Sale that Kyffin landed in Patagonia. It was the start of his adventure of a life-time, to document the Welsh-speaking community, 12,000 miles away.

The Mimosa ship sailed to Patagonia in 1865 with the first Welsh emigrants. I should imagine that Kyffin felt a similar excitement and trepidation as the passengers then, as he took the same seaward journey in 1968. The trip proved to be a seminal trip for the artist from which he produced an outstanding body of work.

I can understand Kyffin’s fascination with the struggle of the migrants to establish a colony in Patagonia. I took off to Gaiman, Patagonia in 2009. Of course, by then it was a well-trodden Welsh tourist path and to my dismay I knew two people who had already signed the guest book at the Gaiman guesthouse I stayed at! While a short walk down the road tourists could buy Princess Diana tea-towels at an ‘authentic Welsh tea-room’! It seemed even Princess Diana had beaten me to it! But of course, Kyffin’s trip was quite different; he was travelling to a sketchily documented Patagonia -  by sea, alone, with few comforts and with his epilepsy never too far away. He was certainly adventurous and certainly brave.

There have been many books written and programmes made documenting Kyffin’s life and work. He is the most discussed and well-known of Welsh artists. But for me, his paintings reveal as much about the man than anything written. In this Welsh Sale auction there are six oils by the artist and twelve works on paper. All of the oil paintings this time are landscapes and each of them represent both the personality of the landscape and the personality of the artist. The most brooding example being Lot 407 which is perhaps a representation of the darkest period of his life when his suffering was at his most acute. While Lot 356, is a scene high up in the peaks of Snowdonia in snow, demonstrating Kyffin’s go-getting attitude to his work, his bravery and his sense of adventure.

The word ‘ambitious’ is perhaps not associated enough with Sir Kyffin Williams. For me there is ambition in most of his oil paintings. His ambition was certainly demonstrated in his adventure to Patagonia but also every time he took off in ominous Welsh weather to capture the rugged Welsh environment.

When offering Kyffin’s work to market we hope to match Kyffin’s ambition. We want to continue to be the ‘go to’ for Welsh art, for auctioning Kyffins, Nantgarw porcelain and premium Welsh art. We also want to, wherever and whenever we can, continue promoting Welsh art to the masses.

So with this in mind, this October we are off to London and the whole Welsh Sale is coming with us! Call it our Patagonia adventure if you will. On Sunday October 7th this Welsh Sale will be available to view at The London Welsh Centre in Clerkenwell. Don’t worry, the auction will (and always will) take place in Wales, but we hope that the viewing will help us expose Welsh art even further and enhance further the reputation of Wales as a country of high importance in the art-world.

We hope that you enjoy looking through this catalogue and we hope to see you in London or Cardiff. Every Welsh Sale it is a privilege for us to catalogue and research such a tremendous variety of Welsh art and antiques. It continues to be a lovely experience, travelling the breadth of the country, drinking a ‘panad’ with interesting and welcoming collectors and admiring their fantastic collections. We hope you enjoy it with us.

Ben Rogers Jones

Auctioneer & Partner

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  • Lot 1

    Lot 1

    A VINTAGE RALEIGH CHIMNEY SWEEP`S BIKE FOR SV BRUNKER OF CARDIFF complete with oversize wicker basket and front-stand, the crossbar mounted with double-sided advert for Mr Brunker`s services and stating his address as 78 Severn Rd, Canton with telephone number, circa 1940s

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    Lot 1

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    £400 - £700

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  • Lot 2

    Lot 2

    FOUR RARE & EARLY WELSH RUGBY ARTEFACTS comprising (1) an enamel on silver lapel-pin for Scotland v Wales 1896 bearing the Prince of Wales feathers, a leek and a thistle, engraved to the front `At Cardiff` and with believed original case bearing retailer stamp for H Kaltenbach, Jeweller, Llanelly. (2) A silver cigarette case with silver-gilt interior, engraved to the lid with the Prince of Wales feathers and ` FOOTBALL UNION SOUVENIR SEASON 1908-9 WINNERS OF FIVE INTERNATIONAL MATCHES` 15 x 9.5cms (3) A brown `crocodile-leather` wallet / season-ticket wallet, with gilded Prince of Wales feathers and inscription to read `WELSH FOOTBALL UNION 1901-1902 G. HENRY, Vice-President (Admit to all Matches under control of the Welsh Football Union.)` 14.5 x 11cms. (3) a green leather silver-mounted wallet / season-ticket wallet with gilded Prince of Wales feathers and inscribed `WELSH FOOTBALL UNION 1904-1905 G.HENRY, Vice-President (Admit to all Matches under control of the Welsh Football Union.) 10.5 x 15cms¦Condition Report: some enamel loss to pin, the wallets are in remarkable condition considering their age and there are no apparent problems with the cigarette case

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    Lot 2

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    £1500 - £2000

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  • Lot 3

    Lot 3

    A NATIONAL TRUST PROPERTY ALUMINIUM `OMEGA` SIGN FOR PEN Y FAN MOUNTAIN being sold on behalf of the National Trust in aid of their Brecon Beacons appeal to repair and maintain 600 metres of footpath which is used by over 350,000 walkers every year. Pen y Fan is southern Britain`s highest peak at 886 metres and the omega sign has become an iconic symbol through the many thousands of social media users taking selfies with it on the summit. The sign is around 20 years old, 42 x 40.5cms¦Provenance: consigned directly from the National Trust and includes letter of authenticity from the National Trust

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    Lot 3

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 4

    Lot 4

    A RARE 1953-1959 WELSH COTTON FLAG (framed) - this flag was augmented as the flag of Wales and the motto `Y Ddraig Goch Ddyry Cychwyn` is from a Deio Ap Ieuan Du poem, 114 x 92cms¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Gorsedd rebelled against the design of the flag & consequently the present day Welsh flag was created in 1959

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    Lot 4

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 5

    Lot 5

    A GOOD TRADITIONAL WELSH WOOLEN BLANKET of brown ground with black, grey and white geometric patterns; together with pink chequered example¦

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    Lot 5

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    £70 - £120

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  • Lot 6

    Lot 6

    A GOOD TRADITIONAL WELSH WOOLEN BLANKET of black ground with red, orange and mustard geometric patterns¦

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    Lot 6

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    £100 - £130

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  • Lot 7

    Lot 7

    A 19TH CENTURY TRADITIONAL WELSH LADIES HAT in brown believed beaver-fur with original silk ribbon and bow¦

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    Lot 7

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 8

    Lot 8

    FIVE COPPER ALLOY PRINTING PLATES FOR GRENFELL `GREN` JONES CARTOONS circa 1970s & each depicting Max Boyce songs & comprising 1. Llanelli 9-3 win over New Zealand 2. Asso Asso Yogoshi 3. The Ballad of Morgan the Moon 4. The Fly-Half Factory & 5. Singing Hymns & Arias, each plate 26 x 33cms¦Provenance: the vendor`s father was the printing manager at the Western Mail & South Wales Echo in the 1970s & were retained by him due to his huge appreciation of Max Boyce.

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    Lot 8

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    £150 - £250

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  • Lot 9

    Lot 9

    AN INTRIGUING VICTORIAN CARVED SLATE FOLK ART ROUNDEL inscribed with the name Mary Williams, 1887 to one side & with geometric engraving to the other, including concentric circulars thought to represent Snowdonia, 28cms diam (weight is 1.9kg)¦Auctioneer`s Note: we are unsure how this fascinating piece of Welsh Folk art would have been used, there are grooves at 12, 3, 6 & 9 o`clock and a groove to the underside, a suggestion is that it may have been the top of a model tilt-top table

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    Lot 9

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    £200 - £400

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  • Lot 10

    Lot 10

    A BELIEVED ROMANO-BRITISH PERIOD STONEWARE VESSEL FROM DIN LLIGWY, ANGLESEY reported to have been excavated from the aforementioned Celtic settlement, the stoneware vessel has a protruding spout and is of rough primitive form, 13cms high¦Provenance: the vendor`s family were tenant farmers on the same land as Din Lligwy and the vendor (who is now 87 years old) remembers the vessel being gifted to his family by an aunt who also farmed that land approx. 50 to 60 years ago prior

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    Lot 10

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 11

    Lot 11

    A VICTORIAN PIERCED COPPER FOOTMAN on ironwork corner supports, the copper inscribed R ROWLANDS 1887, pierced with heart, crescent & pair of goblets etc, 41cms wide x 29cms deep x 32cms high

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    Lot 11

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    £150 - £250

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  • Lot 12

    Lot 12

    INVESTITURE CHAIR an icon of design being the 1969 Prince of Wales Investiture chair by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chairs were manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, complete with cushion¦Condition Report: seat is loose from frame (take care)

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    Lot 12

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    £200 - £400

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  • Lot 13

    Lot 13

    A MINED 100% WELSH 18CT GOLD PENDANT & TORQUE NECKLET by Welsh jewellery designer Nicola Palterman (nee Williams) the pendant being of abstract organic form comprising eight bark-textured twigs in criss-cross and set with three round-brilliant cut diamonds, pendant previously tested as 18ct, 37.7gms and consisting of rare mined Welsh gold from the Gwynfynydd Mine near Dolgellau together with a similarly Welsh mined 18ct yellow gold torque necklet, 30gms (total 67.7gms)¦Provenance: consigned directly from the former mining manager of Gwynfynydd Welsh gold-mine 1984-1990. The mine was owned by Sir Mark Weinberg and produced the first batch of Welsh gold on St David`s Day 1984. The mine produced over 2000 ounces of Welsh gold which was mostly sold to the Britannia Gold Company Ltd and a smaller amount to three local goldsmiths. The vendor retained some gold personally and supplied the gold for this pendant in 2010 to the Neath based jeweller Nicola Palterman for a special commission as a gift to his wife. Nicola Palterman designed and produced a number of different Welsh gold jewellery items for the vendor, all of which were gifted to family members. Nicola Palterman is a former winner of Welsh Artist of the Year for Applied Arts and collaborated on the design of the Prince William Cup for the Welsh Rugby Union, currently she is the owner-director of Nicola Palterman designs in Neath. The auction estimate is based on the exceptional rarity of Welsh gold and the prices achieved for raw mined Welsh gold by our auction rooms in Colwyn Bay in 2017. Name of vendor and further paperwork can be supplied on request including letter to vendor from Sir Mark Weinberg, insurance valuation, newspaper cuttings and letter to vendor from Britannia Gold Company Ltd. Vendor prepared to sign an affidavit as a declaration that the pendant consists of Gwynfynydd mined gold absolute.

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    Lot 13

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    £10000 - £12000

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  • Lot 14

    Lot 14

    A VICTORIAN ALABASTER & SHELL WORK ROTARY SLIDE VIEWER FOR ABERYSTWYTH with two titled scenes `Aberystwyth Parade` and `Devil`s Bridge`¦Condition Report: some chipping to edges

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    Lot 14

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 15

    Lot 15

    RICHARD BURTON AUTOGRAPH signed on a cover of `Plays & Players` theatre guide, dated February 1956, with the actor in costume for Henry V, 27 x 22cms

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    Lot 15

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 16

    Lot 16

    PAUL ROBESON SIGNED POSTCARD framed together with a copy of a promotional poster for his starring role in `The Proud Valley`, 41 x 44cms (including frame)

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    Lot 16

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 17

    Lot 17

    RICHARD BURTON AUTOGRAPH on pink notepaper framed together with a still photograph of the actor standing for an Under Milkwood publicity shot, 48 x 45.5cms (including frame)

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    Lot 17

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 20

    Lot 20

    A PAIR OF LLANELLY POTTERY PURPLE TRANSFER COMMEMORATIVE JUGS with sides printed pictorial representations for the mourning of Prince Albert showing a weeping Britannia and a solemn lion at Her feet and with a portrait of The Prince Consort, the loop handles with thumb-spurs and with wide elevated spouts, marked ALBERT to base of larger 23 & 21cms¦Condition Report: browned crazing to body particularly between the two main transfers opposite the handle

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    Lot 20

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    £50 - £80

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  • Lot 21

    Lot 21

    TWO LLANELLY POTTERY PURPLE TRANSFER NAUTILUS PATTERN JUGS the larger inscribed `Ann Lewis A Present from Llanelly 1882`, the smaller uninscribed 18 & 19.5cms¦Condition Report: no apparent structural problems to either, crazing to smaller

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    Lot 21

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 22

    Lot 22

    TWO SWANSEA POTTERY COMMEMORATIVE TRANSFER JUGS FOR THE 1832 REFORM ACT with political inscriptions including `ROYAL ASSENT TO THE REFORM BILL 7 JUNE 1832` and with four portraits of the main promoters etc 13cms and 15cms¦Condition Report: no apparent problems to larger, the smaller is crazed

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    Lot 22

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 23

    Lot 23

    TWO SWANSEA CANARY YELLOW LUSTRE JUGS the larger with painted rural scene to either side, silver lustre banding and red rim, the smaller with ochre printed farm lady, 16 & 13cms¦Condition Report: the larger has small chips to rim, largest chip on spout, small hairline crack from top and scratches / fading to scenes, the smaller jug has non-prominent hairlines¦

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    Lot 23

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    £50 - £80

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  • Lot 24

    Lot 24

    THREE BAKER BEVANS & IRWIN PERIOD SWANSEA POUCH JUGS two of lobed form with moulded scrolling and gadrooned borders printed in black front and verso with rural and fishing scenes and figures, the third with flora and fauna, marks to base of each Opaque China and BBI ¦Condition Report: no apparent problems to any

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    Lot 24

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 25

    Lot 25

    TWO COMMEMORATIVE HERALDIC MUGS FOR THE MARQUESS OF BUTE printed in black to commemorate his marriage in 1905 and attaining his majority in 1902, with blue rim, retailer marks to the base for Primavesi & Sons, Cardiff, 8cms ¦Condition Report: chip to base of one, crack in other¦

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    Lot 25

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 26

    Lot 26

    TWO BAKER BEVANS & IRWIN PERIOD SWANSEA COMMEMORATIVE MARRIAGE POUCH JUGS for William IV and Queen Adelaide, 1831, transfer printed with portraits and inscription and the smaller for Victoria and Albert, 12 & 13cms¦Condition Report: no apparent structural problems with larger, small chip to smaller

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    Lot 26

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    £60 - £100

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  • Lot 27

    Lot 27

    A LLANELLY POTTERY TRANSFER PRINTED JUG COMMEMORATING GARIBALDI with titled pictorial portraits either side, 17.5cms high¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 27

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 28

    Lot 28

    A RARE LLANELLY POTTERY TRANSFER PRINTED ZOOLOGICAL JUG depicting a titled ostrich inside the spout and with hare, stork, lion, hawk and hippopotamus with their titles over an untitled dog, elephant and leopard, to the handle three further partially printed titled species, then below the spout a cartouche inscribed GEORGE DAVIES Z.P LLANELLY, 20cms high¦Condition Report: structurally sound but with hairline cracks and light crazing

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    Lot 28

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 29

    Lot 29

    A PAIR OF SWANSEA POTTERY PURPLE TRANSFER PRINTED COMMEMORATIVE MUGS for the crowning of Queen Victoria with her portrait, date of birth, proclamation and crowning, 8.5cms high¦Condition Report: damage to both, one very cracked and chipped the other clean but with extensive hairline to base

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    Lot 29

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 30

    Lot 30

    TWO DILLWYN & CO OCTAGONAL `CUBA` JUGS with black transfer printed scenes and foliate decoration, printed marks to base, 19 and 17cms high¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 30

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 31

    Lot 31

    A SWANSEA POTTERY JUG inscribed Robert Westwood of Burntwood 1824, with chocolate trim and large painted spray of flowers, 16.5cms high¦Condition Report: chip to rim and losses to decoration

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    Lot 31

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    £40 - £70

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  • Lot 32

    Lot 32

    TWO BLUE & WHITE SWANSEA POTTERY PLATES being a Dillwyn & Co `Ladies of Llangollen` example, impressed mark and a chinoiserie transfer ribbon plate¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 32

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    £50 - £80

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  • Lot 33

    Lot 33

    A POSSIBLY WELSH POTTERY MARRIAGE JUG for John & Elizabeth Cook 1811 to the obverse and verso a Dillwyn-type ship transfer, 15cms high¦Condition Report: chipped base and small nicks to neck

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    Lot 33

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 34

    Lot 34

    A RARE EWENNY POTTERY PLAQUE COMMEMORATING THE LIFE OF REVEREND EDWARD MATTHEWS with the preacher`s portrait raised from the oval base, dated 1913, inscribed marks to base and signed Edwin Jenkins 1913, 21 & 14cms high¦Provenance: see Page 96 of `Ewenny Potteries, Potters & Pots` by Gwyneth & Ieuan Evans¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 34

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    £200 - £400

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  • Lot 35

    Lot 35

    SIX NINETEENTH CENTURY POTTERY MUGS some if not all Welsh comprising transfer inscribed `A Trifle from Llanelly`, a Swansea canary-yellow lustre rural scene example, a canary-yellow lustre example, a Bethania Chapel scene mug and a Queen Caroline commemorative jug

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    Lot 35

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    £50 - £100

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  • Lot 36

    Lot 36

    A LLANELLY `AVIS` PATTERN JUG purple transfer printed with titled game and water-birds, 16cms high¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 36

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    £40 - £70

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  • Lot 37

    Lot 37

    A COLLECTION OF TEN VARIOUS POTTERY JUGS all believed to be Welsh and includes small Llanelly rose jug, fluted jug impressed South Wales Pottery, `Vine` patterned BB&I jug, silver lustre jug inscribed `Ann Rees...` (restored), Swansea `Shells` pattern jug etc

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    Lot 37

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 38

    Lot 38

    FOUR SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY COMMEMORATIVE CHILD`S PLATES each with matching moulded borders and titled transfer portraits comprising a pair for Prince Albert, Rev John Wesley and Victoria, each with impressed horseshoe marks to base, 15.5cms diam¦Condition Report: no major problems to three, one Prince Albert example has crack

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    Lot 38

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 39

    Lot 39

    FIVE VARIOUS SWANSEA POTTERY COCKLE DISHES comprising Dillwyn with purple transfer of pheasants within floral border, 11cms diam, a black transfer Rural scene with impressed Dillwyn horseshoe mark to base, 12.5cms diam, a BB&I moulded border example with Rural transfer, impressed mark, 14.5cms diam, a Evans Glasson example with titled scene `Bude Cornwall` and another with hunting dog and landscape (unidentified factory), 11cms diam

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    Lot 39

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 40

    Lot 40

    A SWANSEA POTTERY RIBBON PLATE with basket-weave moulded border, chocolate trim and colourful floral interior, 19.5cms diam¦Condition Report: no apparent problems and very fresh

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    Lot 40

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 41

    Lot 41

    THREE SWANSEA POTTERY PLATES comprising Dillwyn `Ship Plate` (damage), 22.5cms diam a colourfully decorated and moulded child`s plate, 14cms diam and another with moulded border and transfer hunting scene, 15.5cms diam

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    Lot 41

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 42

    Lot 42

    TWO EXAMPLES OF SWANSEA BLUE & WHITE WILLOW POTTERY being a lobed plate 22cms diam and a lobed soup dish, 24.5cms diam, both impressed SWANSEA¦Condition Report: plate with no apparent problems, dish with very small nick to rim

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    Lot 42

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    £50 - £80

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  • Lot 43

    Lot 43

    A SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY `BIRD ON PEDESTAL` PLATE with polychrome decoration to the interior, impressed horseshoe Dillwyn mark to base, 22.5cms diam¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 43

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 44

    Lot 44

    A RARE SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY `LADIES WITH BASKETS` TRANSFER PLATE printed in monochrome, impressed Dillwyn horseshoe mark to base, 25cms diam¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 44

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    £80 - £140

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  • Lot 45

    Lot 45

    A RARE SWANSEA DILLWYN POTTERY `LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN` PLATE unusually transfer printed in red, impressed Dillwyn horseshoe mark to base, 22.5cms diam¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 45

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    £70 - £100

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  • Lot 46

    Lot 46

    A RARE EWENNY POTTERY JARDINIERE SIGNED BY WILLIAM DOEL decorated with brown glaze over honeycomb reserve and applied with a pair of relief dragons to the rim and a trail of flowers in relief, the base signed W Doel, Bridgend, Glam, 9 Jan (18)84, 29cms high¦Provenance: see page 101 of Ewenny Potteries, Potters and Pots by Gwyneth & Ieuan Evans¦Condition Report: structurally ok but damaged as one would expect to vulnerable areas of the dragon and relief decoration

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    Lot 46

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    £1000 - £1500

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  • Lot 47

    Lot 47

    A BUCKLEY POTTERY JARDINIERE of textured bark form, pie-crust rim and with slip decoration and slip panel inscribed `Ogden`¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 47

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 48

    Lot 48

    A BUCKLEY POTTERY TOBACCO JAR & COVER of waisted form with bark texture, with slip knop and panel inscribed `Try Mine`, 12cms high¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 48

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 49

    Lot 49

    A BUCKLEY POTTERY SLOP BOWL in yellow slip inscribed `A Present from Buckley May 1894` and with incised leaf decoration, 17cms diam¦Condition Report: chips to inner rim

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    Lot 49

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    £50 - £80

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  • Lot 50

    Lot 50

    A LLANELLY PLATE PAINTED WITH PLUMS having a wavy border, stamped LLANELLY to base, 23cms diam¦Condition Report: damage and restoration

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    Lot 50

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    £40 - £60

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  • Lot 51

    Lot 51

    A LLANELLY POTTERY REMEMBERANCE PLATE the border inscribed `lest we forget` and with a thatched cottage landscape scene, 25cms diam¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 51

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    £200 - £300

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