The Vintage British Wochester Ceramic Collections

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MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

 THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

  MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

   DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

     PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

      THE FOUNDER

    Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                     

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

THE VINTAGE BRITISH WOCHESTER CERAMIC COLLECTIONS

18th century Worcester Blue and White Chinoiszerie @ Lyon & Turnbull

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Worcester Blue and White barrel shapped teapot, circa 1760. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

with flat cover, the sides and cover relief moulded with Chinese landscape scenes, painted with floral sprigs, blue mark; 11.5cm high – Estimate £400-600

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Man with a bomb’ pattern sauceboat, circa 1765 . 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

of shaped moulded form with scroll handle, each side decorated with a Chinese figure in a landscape, blue crescent mark, 20cm wide, 11.5cm high – Estimate £400-600

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Worcester Blue and White double handed sauceboat, circa 1755. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

with shell moulded lips and scroll handles, the well and exterior with chinoiserie scenes, the lips with diaper pattern and floral sprigs, 18.5cm wide – Estimate £400-600

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Worcester Blue and White sauceboat, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

of shaped moulded form with scroll handle, decorated with flowers, blue cresent mark, 18.5cm wide, 10.5cm high; together with an English blue and white sauceboat, of shaped moulded form decorated with Chinese figures in a landscape and flowers, 13.5cm wide, 7cm high (2) – Estimate £400-500

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Pine Cone’ pattern bottle vase, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

blue crescent mark, 25cm high – Estimate £300-400

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Three flowers’ pattern spittoon, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

with globular body and flared rim, blue crescent mark, 11cm high – Estimate £300-400

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Three flowers’ pattern vase, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

the tapering body with flared rim, blue crescent mark, 15cm high – Estimate £300-400

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Large Worcester Blue and White mug, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

of cylindrical form with plain handle, decorated to one side with ‘La Promenade Chinoise’ and to the other side with ‘La Peche’, blue crescent mark, 14cm high – Estimate £300-400

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Worcester Blue and White pattern mug, 1760-70. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

‘Prunus Root’ pattern of baluster form with fluted handle, blue crescent mark, 10.5cm high; and a later English blue and white ‘Marrow and Flower Sprays’ pattern mug with plain floral handle, bears crescent mark, 10cm high (2) – Estimate £300-400

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Hundred antiques’ pattern dish, circa 1770. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

of square form with scalloped rim, blue ‘W’ marks; 24cm wide – Estimate £200-300

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Fisherman(s’ pattern coffee jug and cover. circa 1770-80. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

blue faux Chinese mark; 22cm high – Estimate £200-300

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Worcester Blue and White ‘Precipice’ pattern bowl, circa 1760-70. 2011 © Copyright  – Lyon & Turnbull

of circular form, blue mark; 20.5cm diameter – Estimate £200-300 
THE END @COPYRIGHT Dr Iwan Suwandy 2011

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