The bowl is transfer printed with swags of flowers and hand-painted gilded bows. The border is reticulated with a brass mounting around the rim that is attached to a swing handle. Made in Germany by Carl Schumann prior to 1920 the bowl is in excellent condition with no flaws. It measures six inches in diameter.
A mint condition china figural bell (with ceramic clapper), made in Germany circa 1900. She stands at a jaunty angle, with elbows away, and is holding a bouquet of violets in articulated fingers. There are impressed numbers on the back of her skirt (24480). Measurements are 3-1/2 inches tall by 2 inches at the hem.
A yellow ware bowl with flared rim (rather than rolled) decorated with brown spatter, known as Rockingham glaze. The bowl measures 7-1/4 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition, with no chips, stains or repairs. There is a short, tight hairline at the rim and crazing throughout, minor marks on this 19th c. ceramic. The shape of the bowl indicates an early date, circa 1850.