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A superb single footed base French porcelain urn 1815

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1246149 (stock# CA.BE.110.1)

A superb single footed base French porcelain urn 1815
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A truly superb French porcelain urn, with a “paw” footed base and rich gilding. The reverse shows a navy blue ground with Gothic tracery. Height: 10 1/2"


Pair of porcelain and vermeil double-handled urns, 1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: German: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1246147 (stock# CA.BA. 108.2)

Pair of porcelain and vermeil double-handled urns, 1750
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A beautiful pair of European porcelain and silver double handled urns, circa 1750, possibly Meissen. Presented here is an interesting pair of porcelain and silver double-handle urns on marble bases. The construction of these pieces is very ingenuous, as the porcelain elements on them were originally cups, and they have been mounted on “Vermeil” silver to make very classically inspired urns. The porcelain is of very fine quality, featuring beautifully painted pastoral scenes and flowers with gilt ...click for details


An English “Pearlware” plate with an American Eagle

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245875 (stock# CA.3.103.1)

An English “Pearlware” plate with an American Eagle
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A scare and highly desirable English pearlware plate decorated with an American Eagle, with spread wings, clutching laurel leaves, surrounded by two American flags bearing fifteen stars, above a patriotic shield and the Latin phrase E Pluribus Unum, which was a motto proposed in 1776 by Pierre Eugene du Simitiere to the committee responsible for developing the seal of the New Republic. The phrase, loosely translates to English, as Out of many, one, which suggested, out of many States, or Colonie ...click for details


An oil on ivory portrait of Hiram Plummer, Boston 1815

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1215811

An oil on ivory portrait of Hiram Plummer, Boston 1815
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A truly remarkable American Classical portrait miniature of Hiram Plummer of Boston, in its original frame, circa 1810-1820. The portrait is in an exceptional state of preservation, bearing no flakes, warping or chips. Plummer was a well-known Boston merchant, who was originally from Haverhill, Massachusetts and gained tremendous wealth and influence when he moved to the bustling city of Boston at a fairly young age. Although the portrait is apparently unsigned by the artist, it clearly was p ...click for details


A pair of French gilt Henry II candlesticks, 1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Pre 1800   item# 1214445 (stock# CA.8.BB.14)

A pair of French gilt Henry II candlesticks, 1750
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A very rare and uncommon pair of French gilt bronze Rococo Henry II period candlestick, with the original removable “bobeches” for ease of wax cleaning. This unthinkably uncommon pair are in a remarkable state of preservation, retaining their original gilded surfaces. Ornate, nicely decorated, and visually very appealing. Heavy. The pair weigh approximately 2 1/2 pounds, despite their relatively short height.


A pair of Paris porcelain vases, banded flowers, 1810

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1212317 (stock# CA.8.100.2)

A pair of Paris porcelain vases, banded flowers, 1810
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A pair of French “Paris” porcelain vases on paw feet with scrolled handles ending in stylized palmettes resting on masks. Gilded matting decoration, on one face winged putti holding draperies on wide wrapped flowery baskets, on the other face putti playing the lyre on clouds. Both vases present a high relief bisque decoration composed of perles and a wide flowery headband. Light fabrication slot on one vase. Rich gilding.


A pair of English Chamberlain's ((Worcester), 1800

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pre 1800   item# 1212275 (stock# CA.5.100.2)

A pair of English Chamberlain's ((Worcester), 1800
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A very exotic and visually dazzling pair of English Chamberlain's Worcester plates, each with an extremely bold palette of color and enriched with heavy and rich gilding. Robert Chamberlain left his former employer, Dr. John Wall, in 1783 to form his own porcelain manufactory on King Street in Worcester. By the late 1780's, he was producing his own pieces in Severn Street, Diglis. His consumers spent vast amounts of money on his exceptional and eye-captivating creative wares with extensi ...click for details


A French First Empire Paris Porcelain centerpiece, SOLD

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1206068 (stock# CA.6.103.1)

A French First Empire Paris Porcelain centerpiece, SOLD
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An extraordinary fine and very rare, possibly unprecedented, Paris porcelain and bisque centerpiece featuring three very prominent and exceptionally detailed bisque Griffiths or Sphinxes, circa 1795-1810. The origin of the Sphinx is quite old. The oldest figure was found around 10,000 years ago near Turkey. The significance of the form is still a mystery, with a number of theories in circulation, the most common and accepted idea is that they were used to protect tombs and temples, which also su ...click for details


A French Paris Porcelain three-piece piece garniture

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1200402 (stock# CA.4.100.FA)

A French Paris Porcelain three-piece piece garniture
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A fine and rare French Paris porcelain three-piece garniture, or table setting, with polychrome and raised decorations, circa 1820-1830 The centerpiece of this table setting has sculptures featuring two women, with wings, and dressed in diaphanous Neo-classical gowns and utilized as columns or pillars, supporting the central basket. This architectural element, referred to as a Caryatid, was first used by the ancient Greeks in temples of the highest order, are were considered to be the principle ...click for details


A pair of Paris porcelain “fruit” baskets

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1196665 (stock# CA13.100.2)

A  pair of Paris porcelain “fruit” baskets
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A remarkable and vivid pair of French reticulated fruit baskets, circa 1825, with a surrounding circular ring depicting floral arrangements, or caisse a fleurs, framed within a raised and gilded Rococo border. The contrast of the mint green and pink ground is strikingly alluring. Many pieces of Paris porcelain of this era, which were decorated with a bright mint green background, have been attributed to the workshop of Jacob Petit, whose superior and long lasting workshop received a bronze m ...click for details

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