Woolley and Wallis is the leading regional auction house
for English and European ceramics in the UK, with regular sales
including 18th and 19th century glass, early English porcelain,
Regency porcelain, delftware, maiolica, stoneware, slipware and
Our next sale is on Tuesday 8th October. Closing date for
entries - 23rd August 2013.
The department is credited with several records, including the
discovery of the only known Limehouse figure, which although
broken, fetched £22,000 in 2005. Two years later, an 18th century
English porcelain cup was identified as A marked porcelain; only
the 41st piece of this class of porcelain to be discovered, and
went on to make £13,000. The ceramics department also holds the
record for the highest price ever paid for a piece of Welsh
porcelain, for a magnificent 10in. Nantgraw vase which fetched
We hold regular specialist sales with fully illustrated colour
catalogues, and are pleased to advise about selling either single
pieces or collections. Our latest sale included the collection of
Sister Wendy Beckett, as well as items from the Bearsted
Collection, formerly of Upton House, and a good private collection
of Toby jugs.
A good Nantgarw plate, London-decorated.
Sold for a hammer price of £7,200.
Search within European Ceramics
A rare Cozzi society-group teabowl and saucer c.1765-70
Sold For £7,200
A very rare pair of Bow monkey sweetmeat dishes c.1758
Sold For £8,200
A rare green-glazed creamware 'landskip' teapot c.1765
Sold For £1,900