The Welsh Sale

Sat 05 December 2020, 10:00 AM - Cardiff Saleroom, South Wales

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  • Lot 1

    Lot 1

    A 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 chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, localised paint loss especially arm, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 1

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    £300 - £500

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  • Lot 2

    Lot 2

    A 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 chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, small nicks to edges, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 2

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    £300 - £500

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  • Lot 3

    Lot 3

    A 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 chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Condition Report: worm damage to bottom of one leg, cushion and other parts in good order

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    Lot 3

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    £100 - £200

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  • Lot 4

    Lot 4

    A 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 chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969, together with related loose cushion¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in very good order, structurally sound, slight scuff to edges, usual fading to cushion but not notably stained

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    Lot 4

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 5

    Lot 5

    DOCUMENTARY MID-19TH CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, by John Jones, Aberystwyth, c.1845, swan neck pediment, breakarch hood with twisted columns, above trunk with shaped door and twisted columns, on circular panelled base raised on turned feet, well painted 13in. Roman dial with moonphase in the arch, St Peter and St Paul in the globes, spandrels with figures allegorical of the continents, centre painted with the Angel appearing to Jacob at Peniel (Genesis XXXII, 24-30), subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the 8-day two-train weight-driven anchor escapement rack striking a bell, 220cm high.¦Provenance: Cardiff private collector of Aberystwyth art and antiques.¦Auctioneers Note: published in William Linnard, Wales: Clocks & Clockmakers, 2003, p. 90-91, fig 6.21 and back cover. John Jones is recorded as working as a clockmaker, repairer and retailer at various addresses in Aberystwyth between 1828 and 1868.¦Condition Report: feet, column capitals and base with wear and minor losses, dial in excellent condition.

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    Lot 5

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 6

    Lot 6

    MID 18TH CENTURY WELSH OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, by John Roberts, Wrexham, the arched top brass dial with `John Roberts, Wrexham 1765` plate, flagged by pierced dolphins, the 11in. brass dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, chased central decoration and mask spandrels, the hood with broken swan neck pediment and urn finial, single arch top glazed door with flanking fluted pillars and brass caps, the trunk with crossbanded shaped top door and quarter cut fluted side pillars on a stepped base with corner bracket feet, 8-day two-train weight-driven movement, pendulum weights and winding key included, 220cms overall H, 49cms W¦Provenance: private collection north Wales¦Condition Report: urn finial replaced, restored hood moulding, base with splits, dial cleaned and re-lacquered.

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    Lot 6

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    £500 - £1000

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  • Lot 6A

    Lot 6A

    A NINETEENTH CENTURY DYFFRYN OGWEN SLATE DESK STAND of three-piece rectangular form, raised on four corner bracket feet, having a centre drawer, two inkwells, a pen holder and centre handle, each feet decorated with two `daisy wheels` characteristic of Dyffryn Ogwen, Gwynedd, 28 x 18cms¦Provenance: historic Welsh long-house Vale of Glamorgan, The Carved Slates of Dyffryn Ogwen by Gwenno Caffell, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff 1983¦Provenance: deceased estate Vale of Glamorgan¦Condition Report: chip to one inkwell, lids to inkwell not present, no other notable damage

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    Lot 6A

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    £150 - £250

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  • Lot 7

    Lot 7

    AN EARLY VICTORIAN FRUITWOOD TRUNCHEON FOR NEATH BORO POLICE having a bulbous ribbed handle, painted with a crown over a shield with an image of Neath Castle and `Neath Boro Police`, 44cms long¦Provenance: deceased estate Pembrokeshire¦Auctioneer`s Note: Neath Borough Police Force was established on 9th February 1836 until merged with Glamorgan Constabulary¦Condition Report: no apparent problems and paint-work is very fresh, white surface marks at end, very good fresh example

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    Lot 7

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 8

    Lot 8

    A RARE PAIR OF CARVED & PAINTED STORY-TELLING PADDLES BY VALE OF CLWYD TOYS circa 1915, depicting a lady in Welsh hat and shawl with umbrella in the wind and depicting the `Ladies of Llangollen`, both carved within flat plywood roundels and with separate handles, stamped verso `Vale of Clwyd Toys`, 23.5cms diam¦Provenance: Carmarthen area, has been in the possession of the same Welsh family for several decades, please see https://newspapers.library.wales/view/4243087/4243089 (National Library of Wales)¦Auctioneer`s Note: made by the Vale of Clwyd Toy Factory in Trefnant which began as a cottage industry in 1909 by Mary Heaton, providing employment and interest to working men in the evening. She was then able to recruit by means of a County Technical Committee grant, the help of Edward Jones, the local wood carver of Trefnant, joining the project as a teacher. They then began to sell toys and the profits were shared amongst the workers. From then Mary Heaton developed the project further, extending the classes and opportunity to unemployed men who had been incapacitated from ill-health and from other causes including wounded World War 1 soldiers. The toys were sold in several outlets around Wales and in England, they were also exported to Patagonia and other regions of the world including through agents in Buenos Ayres.¦Condition Report: in remarkably good condition, a small split in one but both stable and solid, no other cracks chips or significant staining and with very fresh paint work, lovely rare examples of ethical Welsh toys with an interesting social history relating to Denbighshire ¦

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    Lot 8

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 9

    Lot 9

    A COLLECTION OF INTERESTING LEDGERS RELATING TO TWO SOUTH WALES COLLIERIES comprising Bargoed Coal Company Limited director`s minutes, dated 1863-1877,1884-1899, 1899-1914, 1914-1927, 1927-1936 together with Bargoed Coal Company `Account of Shares` 1912-1930, also a volume of Register of Directors for Bargoed Coal Company, similar for The Ponthenry Colliery Company and a volume of Directors minutes for Ponthenry 1913-1932, and a bound collection of engraved Bargoed Coal Company share certificates for 1888 issued to J R Cobb, the principle investor¦Provenance: private collection west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the entrepreneur behind the Bargoed Company was Joseph Richard Cobb (1821-1897) notable for his interest in antiquities and for his purchase of several Welsh castles which he restored with his fortune¦Condition Report: nicely preserved

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    Lot 9

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  • Lot 10

    Lot 10

    POSTER FOR THE ALL WALES CONFERENCE IN SUPPORT OF MINING COMMUNITIES two colour print, advertising the event at Maesteg Town Hall, June 1st (1984), information in English and Welsh, produced by Wales Congress, with map of Wales containing photographic images of strike supporters, one with sign `Save my Daddy`s Job`, 57 x 40cms¦Provenance: private collection south Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, later framed and glazed

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    Lot 10

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    £50 - £100

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  • Lot 11

    Lot 11

    JOHN SPEED coloured antiquarian map of Anglesey `Antiently called Mona` dated 1610, with inset of Beaumaris, edition by John Sudbury and George Humble, 41 x 51cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in old carved wooden frame, not glazed at back, colours are fresh, paper has aged quality, tears at top and bottom of fold, clear margins inside glazing, no notable damage

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    Lot 11

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 12

    Lot 12

    JOHN SPEED coloured antiquarian map of Cardigan Shyre `described with the due forme of the Shire-town as it was surveyed by J S Anno. 1610`, with inset of Cardigan, edition by John Sudbury and George Humble, 40 x 52.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Condition Report: in old wooden frame, not glazed at back, colours are fresh, paper has aged quality, clear margins inside glazing, no notable damage

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    Lot 12

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  • Lot 13

    Lot 13

    STANLEY BAKER & IVOR EMMANUEL AUTOGRAPHS in pen and on separate sheets, framed with a Zulu presentation including colour photograph reproductions of both actors together in the famous Rorke`s Drift scene, 49 x 55cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Presentation & Condition: good clear signatures, slight aged tone to paper of Stanley Baker, all elements nicely presented together in modern frame

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    Lot 13

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  • Lot 14

    Lot 14

    RICHARD BURTON AUTOGRAPH signed diagonally in pen on paper, presented in a modern frame with a reproduction black and white publicity photograph for `Look Back in Anger` with the actor staring intently at the viewer with pint of beer, 51 x 37.5cms¦Provenance: private collection Cardiff ¦Presentation & Condition: good clear signature in immaculate frame and glazed presentation

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    Lot 14

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  • Lot 15

    Lot 15

    A FINE & VERY RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE IN THE MEISSEN STYLE lavishly decorated in puce flowers and gilding, the border moulded with c-scrolls and ribbon-tied flowers and foliage, together with a series of six outer panels of figures in landscapes, the centre painted with a large vignette of figures in a harbour with ruins and boats, within a gilt scroll and puce diaper border, style of eighteenth century Meissen decorator Johann Gregor H¦roldt, London decorated, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 25cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: example on display at The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, similar as Illustration 5 in W D John `Nantgarw Porcelain Album` 1975 noting Sir Leslie Joseph as owner¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels and gilding fresh, wear to gilding, very fine example

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    Lot 15

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    £3000 - £5000

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  • Lot 16

    Lot 16

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN SQUARE DISH FROM THE CARDIFF CASTLE SERVICE of cruciform with alternating lobed border, decorated in Canton enamel style, the border with five lobed panels of brightly coloured birds to a deep blue reserve with flowers, the interior with single bird perched on a blossoming bough, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 23 x 23cms¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: dessert service commissioned for the Marquess of Bute¦Condition Report: no apparent problems or restoration, enamels have held well, wear to raised ridges which is usual, tight faint crazing and faint surface scratches but overall a very good example

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    Lot 16

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    £800 - £1400

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  • Lot 17

    Lot 17

    A RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN TAPERSTICK circular based with dolphin handle and with stepped nozzle, the rim, handle and nozzle picked out in gold, the base with blue reserve, gilded foliate decoration and two ovals containing roses, 4.6cms high x 4.4cms diam at base¦Provenance: deceased estate, west Wales, Illustration No. 55 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: tiny nibbles to rim of nozzle, possible delicate restoration to handle as believed re-gilded, colours and gilding are fresh with only small areas of wear, excellent overall, viewing recommended

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    Lot 17

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    £1000 - £2000

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  • Lot 18

    Lot 18

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED IN THE SEVRES STYLE of shaped circular form and having an apple green cavetto with gilt scroll edged floral reserves, around a centred spray of flowers, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: similar as Illustration No.45 in W D John (1975) and remarking that this service was the last to be sold by Mortlocks Ltd and was in their London shop-window until the service sold in 1933¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than light surface scratches ¦

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    Lot 18

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    £800 - £1400

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  • Lot 19

    Lot 19

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE IN THE SEVRES STYLE of circular lobed form, in white ground with a border of alternating fruit and flower sprays, interspersed with gilt ribbons within gilded dentil rim, all around a centred spray of colourful flowers, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very fine, very slight wear to gilding, surface scratches in glaze, enamels exceptionally fresh

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    Lot 19

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 20

    Lot 20

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE WITH LARGE SPRAY OF FLOWERS of lobed circular form and with gilded rim, flowers include a pink rose, pansies, and forget-me-knots, two insects to border, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels very fresh, small notable area of loss to one flower, slight surface scratches, excellent example

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    Lot 20

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    £500 - £800

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  • Lot 21

    Lot 21

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of lobed form, the border moulded with c-scrolls, flowers and tied ribbons together with five individual flower studies and a single colourful bird within gilt dentil rim, surrounding a large spray of flowers to the interior including open pink rose, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 24.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilt rim, light surface scratches, enameling fresh

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    Lot 21

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 22

    Lot 22

    A SMALL NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of lobed circular form, the border moulded with c-scrolls, flowers and tied ribbons picked out in gold and interspersed with six pink open roses, all around a large spray of flowers included roses and anemone, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, very faint surface scratches, enameling fresh

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    Lot 22

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    £400 - £700

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  • Lot 23

    Lot 23

    A NANTGARW DESSERT PLATE FROM THE BRACE SERVICE London decorated, probably in the Bradley workshop, painted in the centre with a range of flowers, within a border moulded with c-scrolls and reserved with panels enclosing a bird, fruit and flowers, gilt dentil rim, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the service is so named after a square dish with similar decoration, presented to the Rt. Hon. William Brace, P.C¦Condition Report: very minor wear and light surface scratches only

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    Lot 23

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    £500 - £1000

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  • Lot 24

    Lot 24

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE of shaped circular form, decorated in the Chelsea style with a scene of colourful exotic birds in a landscape and further birds and insect in flight, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems or restoration, very slight wear to decoration

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    Lot 24

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 25

    Lot 25

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE London decorated, to the border four wicker baskets overflowing with colourful flowers and to the centre a spray of flowers, all surrounded by scrolling gilt-work within a solid gilt border, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding commensurate with age, possibly repainted in areas, no apparent problems otherwise

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    Lot 25

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    £200 - £400

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  • Lot 26

    Lot 26

    A NANTGARW PLATE of shaped circular form, having solid gilt rim around gilt, cobalt-blue and rust flower sprays, locally decorated, probably by Thomas Pardoe, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding especially at rim

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    Lot 26

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    £200 - £300

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  • Lot 27

    Lot 27

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER being the type with inverted heart-shaped handle curving over rim, handle in gold, interior of saucer circled with colourful flowers conjoined by a foliate gilt trail surrounding a centred spray, all within a gilt dentil rim; the cup to match with circling decoration the the exterior and centred spray to the interior, saucer 14cms diam, cup 7.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enameling is fresh, small section of wear to gilding at rim of saucer, stunning example

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    Lot 27

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 28

    Lot 28

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TRIO comprising breakfast cup, coffee can and saucer, decorated in the early-Sevres style with borders of turquoise ground forming deep wave scrolls, edged with gilt flowering branches and trailing colourful floral sprays, the breakfast cup with interior spray and saucer with large centred spray, saucer 14cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: exceptionally fresh, ever so slight wear to rim of saucer, fine example

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    Lot 28

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 29

    Lot 29

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER having flared shallow body and inverted heart shaped handle curving over the rim, decorated in copious rich gilding around groups of graduated open pink roses in lines and with centred single rose to interior of both, cup 14cms diam x 7.5cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: very fresh, some wear to gilding but it is slight considering the nature of the decoration, very fine example

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    Lot 29

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 30

    Lot 30

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER FROM THE MACKINTOSH SERVICE decorated richly in gilding with shells, scrolls and flowers around three panels of colourful flower sprays and with a bird in habitat to the interior of each, saucer 14cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Auctioneer`s Note: the Mackintosh service was commissioned by the Priest Richards family of `Pl¦s Newydd` near Cowbridge. In 1880, the service was presented to Ella Priest Richards on the occasion of her marriage to The Mackintosh of Mackintosh of Moy Hall, Inverness. The service and similar contemporary sets were almost certainly retailed by Mortlock`s and decorated in the London by Robbins & Randall, Barnsbury Street, Islington ¦Condition Report: no problems other than slight wear to gilding, dulling of enamels, possible re gilding of handle, good example.

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    Lot 30

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 31

    Lot 31

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN HENSOL CASTLE CUP & SAUCER painted with scattered blue enamel berries and gilded foliage within a solid gilt rim, saucer 13.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: supplied to the Crawshay Family of Hensol Castle near Llantrisant¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: scrape to rim of saucer and wear to gilding commensurate with age

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    Lot 31

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 32

    Lot 32

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER decorated with scattered cornflower motifs within a solid gilt rim, saucer 13.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: wear to gilding especially rim, enameling fresh

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    Lot 32

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    £100 - £200

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  • Lot 33

    Lot 33

    A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TUREEN FROM THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY SERVICE circular based with upturned spindle handles with floral embossed discs, the cover of conical form surmounted with beadwork around a pineapple finial, complete with circular stand, painted in London with garlands of brightly coloured garden flowers reserved on wide solid gilt bands, and with gilded scroll and foliage design to borders, handles and finial picked out in gold, tureen impressed NANT GARW CW (inside of foot), tureen 13.5cms high, stand 19cms diam¦Provenance: private collection, south east England, bears Sir Leslie Joseph Collection label No.497, Lot 321 at Sotheby`s `The Sir Leslie Joseph Collection` auction, 15th May 1992 (but incorrectly described as Marquis of Exeter), sold for a price of ¦1980¦Auctioneer`s Note: stand impressed Swansea, as the Marquis of Anglesey service was notable for being a combination of porcelains from both Swansea and Nantgarw, this was due to the available supply of Nantgarw porcelain being insufficient for the commission¦Condition Report: stand has no apparent problems other than gilding wear in the interior due to the seating of the base, cover has wear to finial and does not sit perfectly on body, the tureen has old repairs to handles but with no other areas of damage or repair apparent. Enameling and gilding are fresh on each element, wear to gilding in expected areas

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    Lot 33

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    £1500 - £2000

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  • Lot 34

    Lot 34

    A RARE NANTGARW LOOP-HANDLE SMALL TAPERSTICK with tapered cylindrical nozzle, feathered handle picked out in gold and the body painted with open pink roses and leaves all round, 4.4cms high¦Provenance: private collection south east England, see similar model in W D John 1975 (Ill.55) and similar model sold by our auction rooms on March 24th 2018 (¦4300)¦Condition Report: nick and flake to rim of nozzle

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    Lot 34

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 35

    Lot 35

    A RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN TAPERSTICK circular based with dolphin handle and with stepped nozzle, the rim, handle and nozzle picked out in gold, the base with blue reserve, gilded foliate decoration and two ovals containing roses, 4.6cms high x 4.4cms diam at base¦Provenance: private collection south east England, Illustration No. 55 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: tiny nicks to rim of nozzle, enamel fresh, wear to gilding

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    Lot 35

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    £600 - £1000

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  • Lot 36

    Lot 36

    A RARE PAIR OF NANTGARW PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS having ring handles, campana shaped nozzles to circular dish bases, solid gilt rims and borders, the bases supremely painted with brightly coloured sprays of flowers, 7.6cms diam¦Provenance: private collection south east England, ill. 59 W D John (1975)¦Condition Report: delicate repair to one handle, chips to foot of other, gilding not worn, enameling very fresh and in stunning original condition

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    Lot 36

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    £1000 - £2000

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  • Lot 37

    Lot 37

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE having moulded floral borders, gilt rims and centred painted and gilded crests for the arms of Manners-Sutton, stencilled SWANSEA to base, 20.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, GCB, PC (9 January 1780 - 21 July 1845), British Tory politician, served as Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817 to 1835¦Provenance: private collection, London, formerly Elis Jenkins collection Neath (label)¦Condition Report: no apparent problems

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    Lot 37

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 38

    Lot 38

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE having moulded floral borders, gilt rims and centred painted and gilded crests for the arms of Manners-Sutton, stencilled SWANSEA to base, 20.5cms diam¦Auctioneer`s Note: Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, GCB, PC (9 January 1780 - 21 July 1845), British Tory politician, served as Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817 to 1835¦Provenance: private collection, London, formerly Elis Jenkins collection Neath (label)¦Condition Report: no problems, localised crazing

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    Lot 38

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    £200 - £250

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  • Lot 39

    Lot 39

    A RARE SWANSEA PORCELAIN CABARET SERVICE in the Empire style based on a S¦vres design, comprising shaped square tray, teapot, sucrier, milk-jug and cup and saucer, locally painted with green enamel urns and cornucopiae filled with colourful flowers, flanked by scrolls and leafy branches and within gilded borders, featuring crisply modelled handles and entwined dolphin knops to covers, tray 30.5cms wide, impressed SWANSEA to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: teapot with fine cracks below spout and emanating from the interior perforations, sucrier body restored, cup and saucer crazed, cream jug delicately restored around spout

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    Lot 39

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    £2000 - £3000

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  • Lot 40

    Lot 40

    AN IMPRESSIVE SWANSEA GILDED & FLORAL PORCELAIN TAZZA circular based with flared body and twin rectangular handles picked out in gold, the interior decorated with large spray of flowers within a border of gilded foliage and scrolls together with a series of four enamelled posies, the exterior with two bands of gilded scrolls with flower heads and a single continuous gilded foliate band, 30cms handle to handle, 15cms high¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: faint hairline crack beneath one handle, approx 5cms long, structurally sound, decoration very fresh, slight wear to gilding

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    Lot 40

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    £1500 - £2500

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  • Lot 41

    Lot 41

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE FROM THE BURDETT-COUTTS SERVICE painted by James Turner at the Sims workshop, London, centred with a wicker basket of flowers and scattered flowers in the foreground, within a border gilded with scrolls and stipple-effect, two brightly enamelled insects in flight inside the gilded dentil rim, impressed SWANSEA to base, 22cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: without apparent fault or restoration, wear to gilding, enamels slightly dulled

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    Lot 41

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 42

    Lot 42

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CHINOISERIE MANDARIN PLATE of circular form, colourfully decorated in a village scene with five figures including a seated Mandarin and with European style houses in background, the border with gilt scrolled reserves of iron-red landscapes alternating with panels of colourful perched birds, stencilled SWANSEA mark to base, Pattern No. 164, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Elis Jenkins collection label to base¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, gilding and enamel very fresh, very good example

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    Lot 42

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    £250 - £350

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  • Lot 43

    Lot 43

    SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN ITEMS in Pattern No.223, comprising twig-handled centre-dish of rectangular form, 28.5cms long, together with a cup and saucer trio, each with border of gilt foliage and pink flowers on underglazed cobalt-blue ground and surrounded by stylised honeysuckles in a white reserve, the interior with a blue ring containing a large centre pink flower with surrounding foliage¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, gilding and decoration appears very fresh

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    £300 - £500

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  • Lot 44

    Lot 44

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED BY WILLIAM POLLARD of circular form, painted with a centred spray of anemones, the border with a smaller sprigs and wild-strawberries, within a scrolling gilt border with green flower heads, impressed SWANSEA to base, 22cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems, enamels and gilding very fresh, fine example

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    £400 - £600

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  • Lot 45

    Lot 45

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE DECORATED BY HENRY MORRIS of non-moulded circular form, floral painted with a large spray and smaller posies within a gilt scroll border, impressed SWANSEA (trident mark) to base, 23.5cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear and slight dulling of enamels, very good example

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    £300 - £400

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  • Lot 46

    Lot 46

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE WITH `PARAKEETS IN A TREE` PATTERN with both birds chained to a gnarled branch sprouting colourful flowers, gilt foliate borders and gilt dentil rim, Swansea script to base in iron red, 21cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: some wear to decoration and gilding, nicks and scrapes to foot

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 47

    Lot 47

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN IMARI CENTRE DISH circa 1815-17 on a shaped rectangular base and with twig-handles, Japan style floral decorated in the Imari palette with underglaze blue, rust and gilding, red Swansea script to base with pattern number 264, 29cms wide¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than wear to rim and light surface scratches

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    £150 - £250

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  • Lot 48

    Lot 48

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN FLORAL DECORATED PLATE with off-centre spray of flowers and outer sprigs within a solid gilt rim, 20cms diam¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales¦Condition Report: no apparent problems other than slight wear, glaze on back of plate has dripped during production

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    £100 - £150

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  • Lot 49

    Lot 49

    A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PARIS FLUTE BREAD PLATE & BREAKFAST CUP & SAUCER the plate of circular form, 24cms diam, cup with high curved-back loop handle, each with gilded motif and solid gilt bands, saucer with stencilled SWANSEA mark to base¦Provenance: deceased estate west Wales, Leslie Joseph and Harry Sherman collection labels to plate¦Condition Report: wear to gilding, especially saucer, saucer lightly crazed at centre

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    Lot 49

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    £100 - £150

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