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18 April 2017
Derby 1750 - 1848
Items: 1-10 | 11-17

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Bloor Derby Jug H/Painted - John Keys - c.1816
Beautiful Bloor Derby Jug. C. 1816
Painted to either side by John Keys with bouquets of flowers.
With gilt decoration to the front and back beneath a gilded trailing border.
Painted red Robert Bloor & Co crown mark with crossed batons and D.
Gilders number 11 mark in red.

General condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks or repairs.
Painting is crisp and bright and gilding the same, with only very minor age commensurate wear.

Measures: 6" tall. 15cm.

Truly stunning piece for the serious collector.

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Early Derby Botnical Plate William "Quaker" Pegg C.1796
Beautiful Derby Botanical Plate.

Painted most likely by William "Quaker" Pegg, as he was at the time of production the only painter at Derby painting in this style.

Centre specimen is of Golden Sage.

In wonderful condition with only a little rubbing to the gilded rim.

The back is marked in blue with the Duesbury & Kean painted crown and crossed batons, along with a D and the number 197. The title script is Salvia Aurea, Golden Sage.

Measures 26cm in diam.

A very collectable and rare sample of Peggs work.

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Bloor Derby Hand Painted Ecuelle Joseph Bancroft 1813
Stunningly beautiful early Bloor Derby Ecuelle and stand painted by the then very young Joseph Bancroft. Dating to 1813-15.

Joseph Bancroft was born in Derby on 23/3/1797. He apprenticed as a flower and shell painter at the Derby China Factory at around 1806 at the age of 9, and would have finished his time by 1813, making him around 16 years old. In 1815 he left Derby and went on to become Mintons' leading painter until his death in 1857. Needless to say, there is little of his work around and it is rare to see on the market.

Both pieces are painted with pairs of oval panels of seashells divided by elaborate gilt foliage.
The bowl has entwined gilded handles.

General condition is excellent.
Gilding is a little worn on the handles and rims commensurate with age.

Marked to the base of the bowl with a very faded early bloor crown and crossed baton with a D below.

Measures:

Bowl: 2 1/2" tall x 5 1/2" in diam.
6.5cm x 14cm.

Stand: 7 1/4" in diam. 18.5cm.

A very rare collectors piece.

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Rare Bloor Derby Heart Shaped Dish by Richard Dodson c.1820
Rare Bloor Derby Heart Shaped Oval Dish with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Richard Dodson, famous for his skill at painting birds.

The central panel contains three birds on tree branches with landscape to the background.

In fine condition, with no damage or restoration. A little gilt loss, but the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle.

Measures approx: 10 1/4" x 8". 26cm x 20cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.









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Very Rare Bloor Derby Dessert Plate Partridge Shooting By Daniel Lucas c.1820
Extremely Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge dessert plate with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

Entitled Partridge Shooting.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Daniel Lucas, famous for his skill at painting landscapes.

The central panel contains a man and his dog out shooting partridge with a rural landscape to the background.

This piece is in wonderful condition with no restoration. No gilt loss, and the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle, and Partridge Shooting written in red.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.
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Very Rare Bloor Derby Dessert Plate Pheasant Shooting By Daniel Lucas c.1820
Extremely Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge dessert plate with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

Entitled Pheasant Shooting.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Daniel Lucas, famous for his skill at painting landscapes.

The central panel contains a man and his dog out shooting pheasant with a rural landscape to the background.

This piece is in wonderful condition with no restoration. No gilt loss, and the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle, and Pheasant Shooting written in red.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.
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Very Rare Bloor Derby Dessert Plate High Tor, Matlock By Daniel Lucas c.1820

Extremely Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge dessert plate with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

Entitled Matlock High Tor, Derbyshire.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Daniel Lucas, famous for his skill at painting landscapes.

The central panel contains a view of the famous Derbyshire tourist attraction of High Tor in Matlock Bath, with the river Derwent running through the valley floor.

This piece is in wonderful condition, there is a fine hirline to the rim as seen in the photo but it has no restoration. No gilt loss, and the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle, and Matlock High Tor, Derbyshire written in red.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.
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Very Rare Bloor Derby Dessert Plate Yorkshire Castle By Daniel Lucas c.1820
Extremely Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge dessert plate with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

Entitled W**ssel Castle, Yorkshire.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Daniel Lucas, famous for his skill at painting landscapes.

The central panel contains a view of a castle with a maid and cows drinking at the water's edge to the foreground.

This piece is in wonderful condition with no restoration. No gilt loss, and the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle, and W**ssel Castle, Yorkshire written in red.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.
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Rare Bloor Derby Shaped Edge Plate by Richard Dodson c.1820
Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Richard Dodson, famous for his skill at painting birds.

The central panel contains three birds on tree branches with landscape to the background.

In fair condition, with no restoration. Mior gilt loss, but the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age plus several fine hairlines to the underside of the rim and the outer edge of the central panel. There is a firing crack to the foot of the plate.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.

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Very Rare Bloor Derby Dessert Plate Duck Shooting By Daniel Lucas c.1820
Extremely Rare Bloor Derby Shaped edge dessert plate with a deep cobalt and finely gilded border and central hand painted panel, c.1820.

Entitled Duck Shooting.

This piece was painted by the Derby painter Daniel Lucas, famous for his skill at painting landscapes.

The central panel contains a man and his dogs out shooting ducks with a rural landscape to the background.

This piece has been broken and restored, this is diffucult to see from the front of the plate. No gilt loss, and the central panel has no paint loss. Fine crazing as would be expected in a piece of this age.

Fully marked to the base with the crown within the outer Bloor Derby circle, and Duck Shooting written in red.

Measures approx: 8 3/4". 22cm.

A beautiful collectors piece.
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