The Old Town Hall Gallery Falmouth
Antiques Gallery 2
(A 394) 18th century English Delft (Liverpool) charger 13.75"
(A 195) 17th century oak panel, carved with a seahorse (9.25”x 18”)
(A 394a) 18th century Dutch Delft charger (1760-1770) 14"
(A 381) Inuit carved bone figure.
(A 155) Nigerian, Yoruba tribal mask. Length 32cm
(A 399) Arts & Crafts plated table centre piece / candlestick. Height 12"
(A 341) 16th /17th century Vietnamese water vessel. Height 27cm width 19cm
(A 334) Wooden pig carved by Edward ‘Ted’ Roocroft (1918-1991).
(A 143)18th century oak bureau with fine interior fittings.
(A 469) Pair of 19th century Japanese porcelain jars. Height 29cm.
(A 206) Studio pottery jug by Kevin Warren. Height 11.5cm
(A 559) Probably North American carving of a bear holding a salmon. Height 10"
(A 114) 19th century elm Lancashire ladder back elbow chair. Height 43.5”
(A 556) Continental porcelain parrot on tree stump. Height 14”
(A 144) Set of 4 Domestic Revival chairs
(A 424) Seth Cardew dish, Wenford Bridge Pottery. Diameter 27cm.
(A 537a) Chinese censer
(A 69) Plymouth Pottery, slip glazed charger. Diameter 18.5”
(A 486) 19th century South East Asian carved bamboo brush pot, mounted as a tankard in white metal.
Height 19cm, width 22cm.
(A 186) 19th century Chinese ginger jar
(A 488) 19th century Chinese bamboo brush pot, signed to the base.
Height 18.3cm, width 14.2cm.
(A 548) Painted carved wood figure with a gun. Height 20.5cm
(A 181) Chinese bronze champlevé enamelled vase. Height 9”
(A 504)19th century Majolica jug in the form of a corn cob, with hinged pewter lid.
(A 390) Pair of brass open barley-twist candlesticks. Height 40cm.
(A 391) 16th Century style majolica plaque. Height 33cm, width 24cm.
(A 349) Early 20th century painted spelter figure of a lifeguard. Height 50cm
(A 187) Early 19th century Chinese plate. Diameter 14"
(A 592) 20th century Batheaston oak dining table 6'x3' (plus extending leaf) and six ash Windsor style dining chairs.
(A 387) Set of three 18th Century Delft plates. Diameter 22.5cm
(A 333) S. E. Asian silvered figures, Nias People, Nias Island (off the northwest coast of Sumatra). Height 16.5cm
(A 272) Pair of 19th century Chinese cloisonné vases. Height 31cm.
(A 248) Leach Pottery candle holder. Height 18cm