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Our Ceramics & Glass department regularly showcases the best British and European items at our quarterly Fine Art auctions and monthly Interiors auctions.
Our quarterly Fine sales always include a broad selection of traditional ceramics, pottery and glass. We have an excellent reputation for the prices achieved for ceramics and glass in our monthly Interiors sales, whilst our Art & Design sales attract collectors of 20th century items. Our sales include pieces ranging from 16th century Italian maiolica, 17th and 18th century delftware to well-known 18th and 19th century manufacturers such as Chelsea, Bow, Worcester, Wedgwood, Meissen and Sèvres as well as traditional Staffordshire pottery.
Antique glass, or vintage glass as it is often referred to, has also performed well at auction in recent years. Items which are particularly early, unusual or produced by the finest craftsmen or workshop, tend to command the highest prices.
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View a selection of items sold at recent Cheffins Fine Art auctions.
A pair of large 19th century Meissen ewers, emblematic of Water and Air, after J. J. Kändler,
Four George II bucket bowl wine glasses, circa 1740-50,
A Roman blue-green glass cinerary urn and cover, 1st-2nd century AD,
A rare London delft blue and white wet drug jar, dated 1690,
A Rockingham porter mug, circa 1830,
A fine Nantgarw London decorated dessert service, circa 1818-20,
A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica tea service for ten,
A rare Whieldon Toby jug, circa 1780,
A Bohemian red glass pedestal urn, 19th century,
An extensive 19th century French dinner service, probably Paris,
A rare pair of John Derbyshire pressed glass figures of a Theban Sphinx, circa 1876,
Attributed to Charles Lepec (French 1830-1880)
A pair of Barr Flight & Barr griffin candlesticks, circa 1805,
A rare Longton Hall or Vauxhall model of a tiger, c. 1755-60
A pair of French porcelain, two-handled ormolu mounted vases, probably Sevres,
A Greek red figure two-handled krater (wine vessel), Apulian region, circa 300-275 B.C.
The sale took place on 23rd November.
Patricia Cross explains why the Norwich-born painter holds such extensive appeal
Nicolas Martineau talks about why this piece looks set to be popular at next month’s sale
Luke Bodalbhai from Cheffins Old Master department explains how a famous sitter can increase the value of a portrait up to ten-fold
Here, Polly curates her top pieces from the Frank Hermann tableware collection