A rare c1930s or 40sset of six James Kent chintz "Du Barry" pattern coffee cups and saucers complete with teaspoons and in original presentation box. The handle of one cup is broken off and in need of restoration. Condition of all other pieces is very good with little sign of use or wear.
An attractive fish decorated studio pottery teapot by Ara Cardew - son of Seth Cardew and grandson of Micheal Cardew. Condition excellent. No repairs or damages.
6 inches (15cm) High
8 inches (20cm) Long.
A good post 1956, David Leach 'cut - sided' cup and saucer bearing the impressed mark of the Lowerdown pottery. David Leach was the eldest son of Bernard Leach.
Cup - 2.75 inches (7cm) High
Saucer - 5.3 inches (13.5cm) Diameter.
A rare and stylish 15-piece Burgess and Leigh 'Fantasia' coffee set in 'viscount' shape - designed by Harold Bennett -and dating to 1959. This set is in unused condition but there is a glaze 'star-crack' to one saucer - otherwise no damages and no restoration.
Coffee pot - 8 inches (20.3cm) High
Saucers - 5 inches (12.7cm) Diameter.
A good staffordshire 1920s or 1930s trio ( cup, saucer and sandwich plate) painted in classic art deco style.
Condition - very good - no damages, no restoration.
Cup 3 inches (7.5cm) High
plate 6.5 inches (16.5cm) Diameter.
An attractive Ruskin Pottery vase by William Howson-Taylor in Chinese Song Dynasty form. The base is impressed with Ruskin England 1930 and has three stilt marks. This vase is in perfect condition with no damages and no restoration.
Height 4.5 inches(11.5cm)
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.