Ceramics & Glass

 

The Ceramics and Glass department handles British and Continental ceramics made from porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, tin glazed earthenware and maiolica and various forms of glass, including useful wares such as dinner services and part dinner services, figural sculptures and decorative wares spanning the 16th to the late 20th century. A highlight for the department was the sale of an English Delft blue-dash royal portrait restoration charger of Charles II, c.1660, which sold for £130,000.

You can expect to find a variety of items in every sale to suit your taste and budget from rare and interesting collectors’ items, suites of modern drinking glasses and porcelain ware to furnish your table, wares to provide a decorative flourish for your home.

With a wealth of in-house experience our team of specialists are available for complimentary auction valuations and to advise on the current market. Please do not hesitate to contact a member of our specialist team.

Next Auction 21 March

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Highlights & Results

 

A Vincennes Sevres porcelain dish, 18th century

Price Realised: £5,200

A George II Bielbey wine glass, c. 1750/60

Price Realised: £3,800

An English porcelain bodkin case, probably Chelsea, 18th century

Price Realised: £4,600

A set of six Royal Copenhagen porcelain plates, 20th century

Price Realised: £2,000

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Mark Longley MRICS
Specialist and General Valuer

marklongley@roseberys.co.uk
+44 (0) 20 8761 2522

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