The decorative pig sold for £10,000 ($15,597), alongside other Wemyss offerings: a buttercup tray brought £1,500 ($2,339), a large pig decorated with cabbage roses saw £1,100 ($1,715), and a cat made £1,400 ($2,183).
Wemyss Ware is highly collectible, with a stunning collection once owned by the Queen Mother. It was first produced by Robert Heron & Son in Kircaldy in the 1880s.
"Wemyss is a celebration of the finest in Scottish craft. It has been eagerly sought after by collectors since it first appeared in the late 19th century. This sleeping pig is extremely rare, I have only seen one of them before," said Lyon & Turnbull director, John Mackie.
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