Four decorative ceramics, early 19th-early 20th century
comprising: a Chinese Export famille rose mug painted with figures on a Y-pattern ground (14.5 by 11cm.); a large Wemyss tyg, lacking one shaped handle (19.5 by 21cm.); a pearlware quart mug with Chinese style decoration (12 by 12.cm.); a Wedgwood silver lustre bowl, transfer printed underneath 'Etruria / Wedgwood / Made in England / & Barlston' (11 by 23cm.)
Inventory of the Property of Guy O. Smith at 19 Hill Street, 1927, the first probably 'The Back Drawing Room / A Nankin [sic] tankard 6in. high';
Inventory of the Property of Guy O. Smith at Shottesbrooke Park, 1928, vol. I, possibly 'Miss Oswald Smith's Bedroom / Wemyss ware three-handled vase'
These were used as jardinières by Lady Smith