Auction alert: Jewellery, Porcelain, Pottery & Collectables – H is for Home

THREE GLASS ONION WINE BOTTLES

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Rogers Jones & Co will soon be holding a Jewellery, Porcelain, Pottery & Collectables sale at their Cardiff site. It takes place on Friday 3rd February 2023 from 10am.

As usual, they have quite a few Welsh interest lots available. My favourite is probably the large 19th Century love spoon. It’s the perfect present for St Dwynwen’s Day or Dydd Santes Dwynwen (the Welsh version of Valentine’s Day)… which happens to be today!

Please note, there’s no room bidding, it’s an online sale only.

To register to bid on the Rogers Jones & Co website, you can only pay via debit card. If you’re a winning bidder, payment for goods is strictly by bank transfer only and your invoice must be settled within 3 working days. They don’t accept payment in person at the saleroom. The buyer’s premium is 24% inclusive of VAT.

Alternatively, you may bid via The Saleroom website; however, there’ll be addition fees to pay.

The auction house does not offer in-house P&P – except for small items that can easily fit in a Jiffy bag. This service is at the buyer’s cost and risk. They do, however, recommend couriers that you can contact. If you’re able to collect, it will be by appointment only and not on sale days.

JOHN MALTBY stoneware sculpture entitled 'Ascending Angel'

Entitled to base ‘Ascending Angel’, signed, with impressed seal mark to bottom right side, 41cms high
Estimate: £300 – £500

LIBERTY & CO 'TUDRIC' ENGLISH PEWTER BISCUIT BOX, DESIGNED BY ARCHIBALD KNOX

Of shaped square form, each side worked in relief with stylised plant form motif stamped ‘0194’ to base, 12cms high x 11cms wide (at the base)
Estimate: £300 – £500

LARGE WELSH LOVESPOON

Early 19th Century, pointed bowl, long-handle with dome top having geometric pierce-work carving and inlay within sgraffito-line frame and painted sgraffito initials ‘A J’, 35.5cms
Comments: small nicks to bowl tip, split in terminal
Estimate: £700 – £900

CARVED TREEN KNITTING SHEATH

Believed Welsh, early 19th Century, chip carved all round and with two ball and cages, looped terminal connected to interlocking chain and hook, 57cms long
Estimate: £100 – £150

ASSORTED EWENNY POTTERY

Including loving cup incised ‘Glyn-Nedd’, two jugs incised ‘Llaeth’ (one dated 1839-1939), spotted egg cups and similar items, etc. (12)
Estimate: £60 – £80

SWANSEA / NANTGARW PORCELAIN CABINET CUP

Circa 1815-1817, raised over three claw feet and with gryphon handle with spread-out wings to join the body of the cup, the body applied with two circles of beading, non-decorated academic example, 9.75cms high
Comments: minor hairline to rim
Estimate: £100 – £150

THREE GLASS ONION WINE BOTTLES

1 deep olive and 2 iridescent, 2 of compressed form, the other mallet shaped, 18th Century, tallest 18cm H (3)
Comments: 1 with chipped ringed collar
Estimate: £200 – £300

KEITH MURRAY FOR WEDGWOOD: TWO GREEN VASES

Conical and spherical form with lateral bands, 28.5cm and 19cm h respectively (2)
Estimate: £200 – £300


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