Barrie Cathcart's Antiques

Barrie Cathcart's Antiques

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A rare and recently re-attributed  Staffordshire figure  of James Sadler who was the first Englishman to make a balloon ascent in 1784 in Oxford  Unmarked  Height 8 1/2” Circa 1840

A rare and recently re-attributed figure of James Sadler who was the first Englishman to make a balloon ascent in 1784 in Oxford

A  Derby figure of a “ Dresden Shepherdess” with a lamb at her feet and her apron full of flowers and  standing on a rococo base. Patch marks  Incised G Circa  1765      Height  7 1/2”

A Derby figure of a “ Dresden Shepherdess” with a lamb at her feet and her apron full of flowers and standing on a rococo base. Patch marks Incised G Circa 1765 Height 7

A rare figure of Sir R Tichborne.  Arthur Orton, known as the Tichborne Claimant  and a butcher in Wagga Wagga, falsely claimed to be the heir to a title in the UK.The figure standing with a bird and rifle & wearing  a black hat and pink vest. Sampson Smith figure  Circa  1873  Height 38cm

A rare figure of Sir R Tichborne. Arthur Orton, known as the Tichborne Claimant and a butcher in Wagga Wagga, falsely claimed to be the heir to a title in the UK.The figure standing with a bird and rifle & wearing a black hat and pink vest. Sampson Smith figure Circa 1873 Height 38cm

A rare figure of Sir R Tichborne.  Arthur Orton, known as the Tichborne Claimant  and a butcher in Wagga Wagga, falsely claimed to be the heir to a title in the UK.The figure standing with a bird and rifle & wearing  a black hat and pink vest. Sampson Smith figure  Circa  1873  Height 38cm

A rare figure of Sir R Tichborne. Arthur Orton, known as the Tichborne Claimant and a butcher in Wagga Wagga, falsely claimed to be the heir to a title in the UK.The figure standing with a bird and rifle & wearing a black hat and pink vest. Sampson Smith figure Circa 1873 Height 38cm

A rare advertising figure of a Yardley Lavender Lady with her two daughters. Taken from Wheatleys “Cries of London” where they were Primrose Sellers. “Yardleys Old English Lavender” in gilt to the front of the base. Dresden     Circa   1915    Height 12 1/2”

A rare advertising figure of a Yardley Lavender Lady with her two daughters. Taken from Wheatleys “Cries of London” where they were Primrose Sellers. “Yardleys Old English Lavender” in gilt to the front of the base. Dresden Circa 1915 Height 12 1/2”

A rare pair of DERBY figures. Boy and Girl,he with   a  Macaroni Dog and  she with a Cat.      Ref.  Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures No.49 p205 Patch Marks Incised No 49 and G to each  Circa 1775     Height 5 1/4”

A rare pair of DERBY figures. Boy and Girl,he with a Macaroni Dog and she with a Cat. Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures Patch Marks Incised No 49 and G to each Circa 1775 Height 5

A rare pair of DERBY figures. Boy and Girl,he with   a  Macaroni Dog and  she with a Cat.      Ref.  Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures No.49 p205 Patch Marks Incised No 49 and G to each  Circa 1775     Height 5 1/4”

A rare pair of DERBY figures. Boy and Girl,he with a Macaroni Dog and she with a Cat. Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures Patch Marks Incised No 49 and G to each Circa 1775 Height 5

A rare pair of Staffordshire cow spill vases in russet and white and with further decoration of thistles beneath them. The base has the title “Milk sold here” in gilt. Unmarked   Circa 1870 Height  14 1/4”  Width  13 1/2”

A rare pair of Staffordshire cow spill vases in russet and white and with further decoration of thistles beneath them. The base has the title “Milk sold here” in gilt. Unmarked Circa 1870 Height 14 1/4” Width 13 1/2”

A rare pair of Staffordshire cow spill vases in russet and white and with further decoration of thistles beneath them. The base has the title “Milk sold here” in gilt. Unmarked   Circa 1870 Height  14 1/4”  Width  13 1/2”

A rare pair of Staffordshire cow spill vases in russet and white and with further decoration of thistles beneath them. The base has the title “Milk sold here” in gilt. Unmarked Circa 1870 Height 14 1/4” Width 13 1/2”

A Worcester parian inkwell “Aristo” with the round bodied inkwell supported by three monopodial females with lion paw feet and the bowl with three male  faces all supported on an incurved triangular base. The lid with a cherub and three classical heads. Gilt lined Unmarked  Circa 1855 Height 6 1/4”

A Worcester parian inkwell “Aristo” with the round bodied inkwell supported by three monopodial females with lion paw feet and the bowl with three male faces all supported on an incurved triangular base. The lid with a cherub and three classical heads. Gilt lined Unmarked Circa 1855 Height 6 1/4”

A Worcester parian inkwell “Aristo” with the round bodied inkwell supported by three monopodial females with lion paw feet and the bowl with three male  faces all supported on an incurved triangular base. The lid with a cherub and three classical heads. Gilt lined Unmarked  Circa 1855 Height 6 1/4”

A Worcester parian inkwell “Aristo” with the round bodied inkwell supported by three monopodial females with lion paw feet and the bowl with three male faces all supported on an incurved triangular base. The lid with a cherub and three classical heads. Gilt lined Unmarked Circa 1855 Height 6 1/4”

A rare miniature Caughley coffee pot decorated withh the Fisherman and Cormorant pattern (BFS 11.A.19). Unmarked  Circa 1785 Height 3 1/2”

A rare miniature Caughley coffee pot decorated withh the Fisherman and Cormorant pattern (BFS 11.A.19). Unmarked Circa 1785 Height 3 1/2”

A finely decorated F B & B  Worcester vase with intertwined gilt handles and a continuous panel of floral painting around the body with white beading below further gilt decoration to a blue ground. Unmarked  Circa  1825 H. 7 1/4”

A finely decorated F B & B Worcester vase with intertwined gilt handles and a continuous panel of floral painting around the body with white beading below further gilt decoration to a blue ground. Unmarked Circa 1825 H. 7 1/4”

A Giles decorated ribbed and barrel shaped tea pot with the simple but elegand Queens pattern.The knop is a single rose with a stem and two leaves lying flat. Unmarked   Circa 1770  H. 5 1/2”

A Giles decorated ribbed and barrel shaped tea pot with the simple but elegand Queens pattern.The knop is a single rose with a stem and two leaves lying flat. Unmarked Circa 1770 H. 5 1/2”

A small sized Bow coffee can with a loop handle and nicely painted with a bright famille rose palette with flowers  and a rock.  Unmarked   Circa   1752 H 2 1/2”

A small sized Bow coffee can with a loop handle and nicely painted with a bright famille rose palette with flowers and a rock. Unmarked Circa 1752 H 2 1/2”

a fine Longton Hall strawberry plate .The moulded edge with green leaves with puce veins and red berries. The centre with finely painted floral sprays and sprigs.  Unmarked   Circa  1765 W.8 1/2”

a fine Longton Hall strawberry plate .The moulded edge with green leaves with puce veins and red berries. The centre with finely painted floral sprays and sprigs. Unmarked Circa 1765 W.8 1/2”