Scarborough auction house David Duggleby is holding its first Country House sale on September 15. Among the seven lots of Royal Worcester is a porcelain ovoid pot-pourri vase (shape number 2048 with the dated code for 1913) guided at £1500-2000.
Standing 13in (33cm) high, it is painted with two Highland cattle in a landscape and with a loch scene featuring on the reverse. The vase is signed by John Stinton.
An underglaze blue decorated English porcelain mug is on offer at Stacey’s auction in Rayleigh, Essex, on September 18.
The mug, which was discovered in a local routine probate assessment, is painted with the armorial of the Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers, as well as two figures of men and classical architectural ornament. The base features the initials MWE and date Jan’ 1757.
The 6in (14.5cm) high mug, which has some rim chips and a cracked handle, is estimated at £600-1000.