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Repaired but Choice Kraak Dish - Late Ming Period

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Chinese Export: Pre 1700   item# 682680 (stock# 1472)

Repaired but Choice Kraak Dish - Late Ming Period
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SOLD 

Late Ming dish with invisible museum-quality repair. About 6" (15cm) diameter and once again in superb condition. Decorated with underglaze cobalt blue in the Kraak style for export to The Netherlands. Insured shipping at cost.


Elegant Nove Teabowl and Saucer No. 1 - c. 1780

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Italian: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 627583 (stock# 1402)

Elegant Nove Teabowl and Saucer No. 1 - c. 1780
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$400  

A superb example of an elegantly proportioned Italian porcelain tea bowl and saucer produced at the Nove manufactory, circa 1780. The factory was opened at Le Nove, near Bassano, about twenty-five miles northwest of Venice by Pasquale Antonibon in 1752 and continued to 1835, and specialised in porcelain made for the wealthy Venetian market. The porcelain is of fine quality and highly translucent decorated with simple bands of underglaze cobalt blue and gilt floral sprigs. The bowl measure ...click for details


Map of New York State - Late 18th Century

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Chinese Export: Pre 1800   item# 534913 (stock# 1248)

Map of New York State - Late 18th Century
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$250  

Late 18th century map of New York State on laid paper. About 13.5" x 12". Please note "Hunting Grounds" to the north and old spellings of Tapan Sea, Katskill, Setalkket, etc. Authenticity is guaranteed. Large high-resolution images on request.


Caughley Fisherman Cup and Saucer c 1780 - 1785

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pre 1800   item# 467617 (stock# 1094)

Caughley Fisherman Cup and Saucer c 1780 - 1785
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$225 

Small handleless Caughley tea bowl and saucer bearing the Caughley version of the 'Fisherman' design. This form was also popular at the Worcester factory. See Geoffrey A. Godden's CAUGHLEY & WORCESTER PORCELAINS 1775-1800. Thinly potted and fragile. Cup is about 3" (7.5cm) wide x 1.875" (4.5cm). Saucer is about 5" (12.5cm) wide x 1" (2.5cm). Condition is excellent. No damage. Please note: Our pictures are larger than life size. Shipping at cost.


Caughley Fisherman Plate c. 1780 - 1785

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pre 1800   item# 467582 (stock# 1093)

Caughley Fisherman Plate c. 1780 - 1785
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$225 

Caughley shaped-edge plate of a standard dessert service shape, about 7" diameter, bearing the Caughley version of the 'Fisherman' design. This form was also popular at the Worcester factory. See Plate 158 of Geoffrey A. Godden's CAUGHLEY & WORCESTER PORCELAINS 1775-1800. Wear to the applied gold; otherwise excellent, original condition. No damage. Shipping at cost.


Pair of 19th C. Kurawanka Dishes - Meiji Period

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Pre 1900   item# 443055 (stock# 1041)

Pair of 19th C. Kurawanka Dishes - Meiji Period
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$60  

Colorful, relatively scarce Japanese Kurawanka dishes of the Meiji period, mid-19th century. About 5" (12.5cm) x 1.5" (3.75cm) and decorated with underglaze cobalt blue and overglaze iron red, forest green, yellow and blue enamels, as well as gilt. One dish has chips to the foot rim, and both have lost most of their gilt. Otherwise, good original condition. Insured shipping within the U.S. $12. Elsewhere $24.


Fine Imari Scalloped Dish – Late Edo

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Pre 1900   item# 442216 (stock# 1036)

Fine Imari Scalloped Dish – Late Edo
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$180  

A fine Imari dish decorated in a revival of a mid Eighteenth century style dating to the second quarter of the Nineteenth century. The dish is 22cms in diameter, just under 9 inches, and in excellent condition with just a little glaze stick to the rim, and some minor enamel loss to the reverse to one or two of the leaves to the motifs to the reverse.


Exceptional Ormolu Mounted Imari Dish c.1730

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Pre 1800   item# 394594 (stock# 938)

Exceptional Ormolu Mounted Imari Dish c.1730
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A European form fluted dish based on a Faience original decorated with a pattern of Hoo Birds and Pawlonia ‘Kiri’ flowers reserved against a ‘Clematis’ Vine arabesque all in 'Kinsai'; gilding within some light enamelling. About 9" (23cm) in diameter. The central reserve decorated in contrasting underglaze blue with a zig-zag fence with Peonies, Pine and Sweet Flag. To the reverse three flowers and branches in underglaze blue, iron red and gilt, representing Chesnuts, Buddha’s han ...click for details


Unusual Derby "Imari" Plate - Rare Faux Mark

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 143898 (stock# 407)

Unusual Derby "Imari" Plate - Rare Faux Mark
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$175 

Unusual c 1780-1790 Derby Imari plate with overglaze enamels depicting a naive notion of what Japanese Imari should look like. Two sets of blue branches with chestnuts, blue and green leaves, all outlined in gilt. Derby seems to have copied several mid Edo patterns c 1750. In the center, a pair of scrolling branches with reddish brown chestnuts attached. Molded plate has a scalloped edge and was supported in the kiln by three small spurs, which have left their marks under the rim. The rounde ...click for details

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