Sold through our Liverpool shop - September 2013 利物浦店内售出 - 2013年9
A rare finely potted and attractively painted bowl depicting a stylized peach tree bearing seven peaches. This item was made by Tessa Fuchs (1936-2012).
Condition: Excellent - no damages and no restoration.
16cm (6.3inches ) diameter; 7.5cm (3inches) high
An earthenware terracotta bottle vase and stopper. The vase is decorated with transfer printed "famille rose" enamels depicting flowers birds and marine life. This item was made by Watcombe pottery, Torquay, which was operational from 1869 to 1883. The base carries the impressed date mark for October 1878. Condition - very good - there is a small chip to the footrim (please view enlargements) and a tiny chip to the underside of the cover; there are also minor losses to the enamels. 31cm (12 inches) high.
A 1920s/30s art deco vase with fine tube-lined decoration in the style of Charlotte Rhead and probably produced by Burgess and Leigh. Condition - excellent - no damages and no restoration. 17cm (6.7inches)high.
A large bison or bull made during the 1960s or 1970s by Newlyn based studio potter Eric Leaper. As is usual for these pieces, this item is not signed. Condition - excellent. No damages and no restoration. 9.5 inches (24cm) long, 7 inches(18cm) high.
A rare and charming pair of Compton Pottery figures made between 1902 & 1936. Both carry the impressed mark of the Compton Potters guild on the base. The head of the boy has been re-glued. No other damages and no restoration, they are 8.7 inches(22cm) high.