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HO55: Antiques and Collectables

A Staffordshire Pottery Figure of A Cockerel

Auction Lot HO55/58

A Staffordshire pottery figure of a cockerel in strutting posture, sparsely coloured on a gilt lined base, 30cm high, together with a pair of children kneeling on the back of a swan and a group of various swan taper vases, quill stands etc. (a lot).

A Staffordshire Pottery Figure of A Cockerel (HO55/58) offered in our Antiques and Collectables Sale (including the Stockman collection of Staffordshire and related ceramics) starting on 11th September 2012 at our salerooms in Honiton, Devon.

Lot Description

A Staffordshire pottery figure of a cockerel in strutting posture, sparsely coloured on a gilt lined base, 30cm high, together with a pair of children kneeling on the back of a swan and a group of various swan taper vases, quill stands etc. (a lot).

The Stockman Collection of Staffordshire Pottery

This item is part of a 342 lot collection being sold at auction through Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood.

The Stockman Collection of Staffordshire Pottery consists of some 342 lots comprised mainly of Staffordshire pottery but also with some Staffordshire porcelain, other ceramics and glass assembled by the late Paul Stockman.

More Details

Price Realised

£440

Estimate

£50 - £80

Department

Ceramics and Glass

Sale Information

HO55: Antiques and Collectables
Tuesday, 11th September 2012
Dowell Street, Honiton

Contact

For more information about this particular auction lot, please contact:-

Nic SainteyNic Saintey


Andrew ThomasAndrew Thomas


Important Notes

Weights and measurements are approximate guidelines only, unless otherwise stated to the contrary.

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