The top shot of Lot 116 – A collection of seven egg drainers 1775–1790 – SOLD for £937 Six in creamware, the other in pearlware with a blue rim, each pierced with a different geometric pattern, the handles either moulded as scallop shells or applied loops of ropetwist, 8.8cm to 9.8cm wide (some with fine cracks or chips) (7)

Lot 117 – Three creamware drainers and a hot water plate, circa 1785-95 – SOLD for £750 All with intricate pierced patterns, comprising a Wedgwood drainer of circular form with a blue line border with black gadrooning, 31cm diam, impressed WEDGWOOD, P, incised numerals, two drainers of oval form, 33.8cm diam and 25.1cm diam the meat plate with a hollow interior pierced with a slit for filling with water, with a scroll work rim,24.3cm diam (4)

Next thing we know – the Muzda aka Ray Norman will be onto me to post this on collect eleven