Royal Doulton character mugs and cups, collectible books and jewelry, decorative arts, and more are available in the upcoming Spring No Reserve Collectibles Auction, presented by Whitley’s Auctioneers. Royal Doulton began in 1815 in London as Doulton & Co., before receiving a royal warrant and changing its name in 1902. The company is known for its ceramics, figurines, and character pieces. Featured in the auction are several character jugs, including the Auld Mac Owd Mac D5823. Designed by Harry Fenton and issued between 1937 and 1986, this piece was inspired by Sir Harry Lauder’s song Bang Went Sixpence. Another highlighted lot in the auction is a Royal Doulton Charles Dickens whiskey water pitcher jug. This 1937 raised-relief decoration jug shows scenes and characters from Dickens’ The Pickwick Papers.
A photograph of the 1900 Paris World Fair, an antique Chinese bronze ritual wine cup, and a Bell and Howell autoload vintage home movie camera will be featured as well. Several books complete the sale. View the entire catalog and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (28), Decorative Arts (411), American Indian & Ethnographic (12), Jewelry (5)
# of Lots:478
Price Range:$20 - $600
Interesting lots include:
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|Auld Mac Owd Mac D5823 - Large - Royal Doulton Character Jug|| Estimate: |
|Antique Photographic Print 1900 Paris World Fair|| Estimate: |
|Royal Doulton Charles Dickens Whiskey Water Pitcher Jug|| Estimate: |
|Antique Chinese Bronze Ritual Wine Cup|| Estimate: |
|Bell And Howell Autoload Vintage Home Movie Camera|| Estimate: |
|4 Books Various Subjects Of Art And Poetry|| Estimate: |