There are quite a number of lots with a large amount of items in each, which can be a real bonus if it is all in good condition and useable or saleable - but that isn't always the case unfortunately :)
I love the colour of the large Wedgwood dinner setting in the second last photo....but I just don't have the room to store this sort of thing any more...otherwise I would be after it!
|Just look at all this fantastic brightly coloured retro glassware!|
|A Clarice Cliff (Wedgwood release) plate.|
|Above and below: 2 of the nicest pieces of "Chinoiserie" I've seen in a long time|
the top one is of course a ginger jar, and the bottom a 19th Century brush box.
|...and more intensely coloured retro glass - this is all in one lot!|
|Quite a nice looking piece of Royalty ware|
|A Susie Cooper set.|
|2 lovely Rorstrand Picknik dishes in this lot...a bit worse for the wear by the look of it though sadly.|
|2 or 3 interesting pieces of pottery in there - a mixture of Danish and Spanish. The second|
from the left at the front is a Kahler (HAK) design I haven't seen before.
|...and 3 more Danish items|
|Fantastic colours and forms. A lovely looking Wedgwood "Summer Sky" setting.|
|...and in almost the same hues as above, is this lovely looking Poole part dinner set.|