An early and beautiful genuine Aesthetic period covered entree dish by Copeland Spode c1870-90. This 14 x 7-3/4" English serving piece has lush gilding, relief handles and branch-style finial and fine handpainting over transfer. It has grape and vine leaves, feeding birds, foliage and a butterfly; it is stamped (faintly) COPELAND with various underglaze numbers and letters and it has painted D9875 markings...
A German faience tankard with pewter mounts decorated in polychrome enamels with a man standing in a landscape. The base marked with the initial K in blue. Height: 17.5 cm. Early 19th cent.
Pewter mount slightly chipped at base. No other damage.
Rare large footed Art Nouveau porcelain center bowl hand painted in shades of green with yellow, peach (salmon), and black. In excellent antique condition, no chips, no cracks, no repairs, only some very minor wear to the gold gilt on the rim. Base bottom is marked Limoges W Guerin which was in use 1891-1932. The Art Nouveau movement in decorative arts was most popular in France from 1890–1910, dating this bowl circa 1900...
Early Staffordshire Sugarbowl and Cover with printed floral decoration and applied handles. English Circa 1840.
This exquisite double handles vase with a dark-blue ground with a white bas-relief Greek mythology scene an influence of the Etruscan Period. The base has an embossed face of a male figure wearing a hooded cap and leafy branch, with impressed symbols. Condition: Excellent - Age: 19th Century – Size: 10.5” high (26.7 cm)
This magnificent vase with graceful and elegant lines has an squat ovoid body with a long neck with a curved handle that ends in a stylized serpent’s head, the curved an undulating rim of the mouth. The high gloss glaze is superbly executed in a gradation of brown to yellow. The S symbol signifies that the glaze is standard. The decoration on the body has large leaves with a floral motif and beautiful bird. The Rookwood symbol dates it to circa 1893...
Pair of royal DUX porcelain figures, depicting two peasants, marked on the reverse in red " Czechoslovakia", with pink triangle reading "Royal DUX Bohemia", late 19th/early 20th century era. Size; height of each figure is 20.5 inches, no condition issues noted.
Large hand painted KPM porcelain plaque of Ruth. Marked with KPM mark verso. Also inscribed in pencil "John T. Lockman October 4,1907". Housed in original ornate gilded and gessoed frame. MEASUREMENTS: 13" x 7-7/8". Overall with frame 24" x 16-1/2". CONDITION: Frame with repairs, losses and wear.
Beautiful antique pair of polychrome transferware plates by Davenport. Davenport potteries were in business in England from 1765-1887. These plates are gorgeous with the Davenport mark and an impressed anchor with 36 on either side of the anchor. These plates date to the early 1800's. The border is a beautiful blue with a lovely pattern. The center has a country side scene with a castle, lake, and a boat and gentleman. The center has the colors green, black, and blue...
Antique Victorian 19th C. brown transferware platter in the Pergolesi pattern by BWM & Co. The pattern is lovely with a profile of a Roman or Greek warrior with a gorgeous pattern in the center and around the border. The platter is a little over 15" long and is very heavy with no chips, cracks, or crazing. There is a little discoloration, but not noticeable. It is marked BWM & Co. Pergolesi R 42332 with Victorian impressed numbers. Just a beautiful one of a kind platter!
A Staffordshire punch bowl decorated with both freehand painting and the transfer of the Chinese ladies and part of the fence in the center of the bowl. The border and the four sprays that decorate the outside of the bowl are all hand painted, as is the pink lustre mountain behind the ladies. The decoration is bright and cheerful. 9 ½ inches diameter, 4 ½ inches tall.
Condition; Excellent, no chips cracks hairlines or repairs...
This porcelain oyster plate was produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges between 1888 and 1898. The plate measures 8 3/8 inches in diameter. The form of the porcelain plate blank is known as “Marsaille.” It has a gently scrolled border and scrolled accents. It fits 5 shells and has a salt dip in the center. The plate has a factory hand colored transfer design. The realistic depiction of various types of seaweed, fish and shell fish is done in vibrant colors...
A pipe with Meissen porcelain bowl or Stummel, the base and mouth piece made of horn, c 1840. Hand painted with a matchmaking scene: a marriage broker and a young couple. Meissen crossed swords mark and impressed 07 to the little knop of the bowl. The joining metal parts not marked, probably silver plate. Length of bowl "4 ½ / 11,5 cm, length in total "13 ½ / 34 cm. Condition: two small patches of wear to the decoration (cf pictures).
Porcelain pipe head, a gift for Eugene, the name in elegant lettering within a hand painted shield and flowers in red, blue and gilt. A beautiful pipe head, often made in Germany, was a much liked present for the 19th century gentleman. Length "5 ¼ / 13 cm. Condition: fine, appears never to have been used.
This pair of porcelain oyster plates was produced in France by Bawo & Dotter Limoges, sometimes called Elite Limoges, around 1900. They measure 8 1/2 inches in diameter. They have space for 5 shells and have a central salt dip. They are factory decorated with a transfer design. A ring of delicate pink roses encircle the border. The gracefully scrolled rim is accented with brushed gold. They are perfect for use or display.
Victorian porcelain vase with gilt metal mounts by Victoria, Czechoslovakian, centering a reserve depicting Greek beauties at play surrounded by floral sprays, the whole resting on outswept feet, Size: Measurements are 12.5 inches in height and 6.5 inches in diameter, no condition concerns noted.
18th,propably Meissen, porcelain,