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Sale MA17: Maritime Sale

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Wednesday, 14th June 2017

Okehampton Street, Exeter

Maritime Auction

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Auction Lot

Lot 1: An Oval Meat Plate For General Merchant Marine by Minton

An oval meat plate for General Merchant Marine by Minton, with central blue transfer crown and anchor decoration and entwined border, impressed factory marks to base, 38.5cm wide.

Estimate: £80 - £120
Realised: £120
Auction Lot

Lot 2: A Late 19th Century Blue and White 'Willow' Pattern Side Plate For the Allan Line

A late 19th century blue and white 'Willow' pattern side plate for the Allan Line, by Ashworth Brothers, with shipping line and manufacturer's printed marks to base, 22cm wide.

Estimate: £90 - £100
Realised: £85
Auction Lot

Lot 3: A 19th Century Stone China Cartouche Shaped Comport For the P&O Line

A 19th century Stone China cartouche shaped comport for the P&O line, by F Morley & Co, with brown transfer decoration, 27cm wide.

Estimate: £90 - £100
Realised: £80
Auction Lot

Lot 4: A Staffordshire Cartouche Shaped Comport For the Orient Steam Navigation Company Limited

A Staffordshire cartouche shaped comport for the Orient Steam Navigation Company Limited, by Bridgwood & Son with brown transfer decoration, 27cm wide.

Estimate: £70 - £90
Realised: £140
Auction Lot

Lot 5: A Pair of Staffordshire Dinner Plates For the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand

A pair of Staffordshire dinner plates for the Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, by EF Bodley & Son, with floral filled transfer decoration and cyan coloured border, shipping company and manufacturer's marks to base, 23cm diameter.

Estimate: £80 - £100
Realised: £75
Auction Lot

Lot 6: A Red Star Line Chocolate Cup and Saucer of Turquoise 'Wisteria' Pattern by Stonier & Co Liverpool

A Red Star Line chocolate cup and saucer of turquoise 'Wisteria' pattern by Stonier & Co Liverpool.

Estimate: £80 - £100
Realised: £110
Auction Lot

Lot 7: Two 19th Century Maritime Theme Glass Rolling Pins

Two 19th century maritime theme glass rolling pins, one with a portrait of 'Vectis' inscribed 'A Present from Charles Miller, Mr & Mrs Ostler 1858' the other with remains of 'Sailor's Gift' transfer decoration, 35cm and 39cm long respectively.

Estimate: £60 - £80
Auction Lot

Lot 8: Two 19th Century Maritime Themed Glass Rolling Pins

Two 19th century maritime themed glass rolling pins both with transfer decoration, one inscribed 'for my mother' on opaque glass, the other 'May peace with plenty..' on amethyst glass, 36cm and 35cm respectively.

Estimate: £60 - £80
Realised: £55
Auction Lot

Lot 9: A Pair of Staffordshire Pottery Portrait Figures of Admiral Sir Dean Dundas and Admiral Sir John Charles Napier

A pair of Staffordshire pottery portrait figures of Admiral Sir Dean Dundas and Admiral Sir John Charles Napier, both modelled standing in naval uniform, beside a canon, on an oval base with raised caption, circa 1854, 30cm high. (Dundas repaired to neck) *Biography Dundas was Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet at outbreak of the Crimean War in 1854 and forced the Russian fleet into hiding and oversaw a successful disembarkation of forces into Sebastopol. Unfortunately ill health and old age, he was 69, saw him haul down his flag in January 1855. * Biography Admiral Napier saw over sixty years service in the Royal Navy which included participation in the Napoleonic Wars, the War of 1812 with the United States, the Syrian War and the Crimean War as well as commanding the Portuguese Fleet in the Liberal War. His common nickname in the navy was 'Black Charlie' because of his appearance and dark side whiskers, he was also known as 'Mad Charlie' because of his eccentric behaviour and mannerisms.

Estimate: £80 - £120
Realised: £150
Auction Lot

Lot 10: A Group of Three Pottery Plates Commemorating R M.S Titanic, R M.S Lusitania and R M.S Queen Mary

A group of three pottery plates commemorating R M.S Titanic, R M.S Lusitania and R M.S Queen Mary the three Booths and 'Newhall' pottery blanks painted en grisaille with the named vessels, each signed or monogrammed and dated 1927/47, 18 and 23cm diameter.

Estimate: £200 - £300
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