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1958/19: JAMES HADLEY: a fine set of SIX Royal Worcester PORCELAIN FIGURES from the famous "Countries of the World" series. First introduced in 1881/1882, these were modelled by James Hadley, now considered to be one of the finest modellers of the 19th century and are dated from the first five years of their production and depict nationals from the following countries: "Scotland"; "Ireland"; "John Bull" (England); "Hindoo" (India) ; "Negro" and "The Chinaman". All are in fine condition and are priced as the set of six (or available individually). c.1885

Hadley, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£1350

1943/19: A superb quality and very fine PAIR of ROYAL WORCESTER porcelain figures which depict Queen Elizabeth I and Sir Walter Raleigh, modelled by the famous James Hadley. First introduced in 1880, these figures are dated 1881 and display extraordinary detail and beautiful decoration. 6.5ins (16.5cms) tall. *James Hadley (1837-1903) was a talented porcelain modeller who started with Kerr & Binns in 1850s. By 1870 he had become the principal modeller at Royal Worcester and in 1975 he set up his own studio in the City, later starting his own factory, which on his death was sold back to the company. He is today regarded as one of the most important modellers of the 19th century. c.1881

Hadley, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£475

1942/19: A pretty and fine quality ROYAL WORCESTER porcelain figure, modelled by James Hadley which depicts a young girl, carrying a basket as she happily walks through the woods. She wears a flowered 'pinafore' dress and matching bonnet tied with a polkadot scarf, and is modelled with with all the charm and sensitivity that made Hadley so famous. 9ins (23cms) high. Date coded for 1891. c.1891

Hadley, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£240

1941/19: A very rare ROYAL WORCESTER porcelain figure modelled by the famous Freda Doughty called "Happy Days". It depicts a young boy, smiling broadly as he rides his skewbald Shetland pony down a grassy bank. First introduced in 1948 and withdrawn in 1955, this figure is dated 1949. 7.75 ins (20cms) high. c.1949

Doughty, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£285

1940/19: A charming ROYAL WORCESTER porcelain figure by the famous Freda Doughty, called "The Rose Maiden" (also sometimes known as "The Bridesmaid"). The young girl in a long blue dress holds a large bunch of roses in her arms, as she walks down some stone steps, with petals strewn before her. First introduced in 1938, this is dated 1941. 8.25ins (21cms) high. c.1941

Doughty, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£220

1926/19: Two Royal Worcester porcelain CANDLE-SNUFFERS, both of which depict "Monsieur Reynard" ~ one in blush ivory with gilt highlights; the other in natural colours with black cloak and hat, also with gilded highlights. Dated 1911 and 1901 and priced c.1910

candlesnuffer, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£500

1880/18: A good Royal Worcester porcelain JAR & COVER, handpainted with flowers on a blushed ivory ground, with twin handles and moulded cover. Perfect. 6.5ins (16.5cms) high overall. Dated code for 1896 c.1896

object, Porcelain, Worcester

£195

1756/18: A good Royal Worcester porcelain CANDLE-SNUFFER: "Confidence" depicting the famous Jenny Lind. Date coded for 1905. 4.25ins (10.8cms) high. *Jenny Lind (born Stockholm 1820 ~ died Malvern 1887) was a most famous 19th century soprano opera singer, often known as the "Swedish Nightingale". In 1852 she undertook a long tour of the United States; tickets for her performances were in such demand that they were sold by auction. She made a great deal of money and donated most of her profits to her favourite charities, principally the endowment of Free Schools in her native Sweden. c.1905

candlesnuffer, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£295

1648/18: ROYAL WORCESTER: a good set of FOUR porcelain figures from the "CRIES OF LONDON" Series, modelled by James Hadley. These are quite rare, and comprise: "Ye Water Carrier"; "Ye Night Watchman"; "Ye Marking Stones Man" and "Ye Brush Man". First introduced in 1883, these are date-coded for 1884. All are perfect; fully marked and measure about 7ins (17.75cms) high.( *Priced for the set of Four) c.1883

figures, object, Porcelain, Worcester

£1100