Again all expectations were exceeded with the lots being offered. Quality shone through. Again figurines were selling well as was Jasperware. A collection of Pratt ware pot lids sold very well.

The Meissen crossed swords brought the top price of the evening, a Coalport Revelry Dinner/tea/coffee service attained £290, Delft and Staffordshire were sought after. Quality oriental pieces also sold well. With AV&C 9 finishing on Sunday 28th there is another quality mix for clients to bid for.

If you have anything for auction that needs appraised call the office on 015395 66201.

168 – Two antique hard paste porcelain ceramics highly decorated in a Middle eastern design bearing Meissen crossed swords small chips to rim of saucer, teapot good condition but lid having repair – £460

180 – An extensive part tea dinner and coffee service by Coalport in the Revelry design little wear to most pieces – £290

214 – A selection of camera and similar equipment including rechargeable battery packs – £220

204 – A pair of Chinese blue glaze styled cockerels bearing marks to base – £190

173 – An antique Dutch delft beaker and similar decorated porcelain both pieces AF – £185

206 – Two calf and cow figures in a Staffordshire style also two creamers – £130