A pair of late 18th/early 19th century Chinese cloisonne enamel lobed plant pots. These similar but not identical 7-1/2" x 5-3/4" bowls feature blue grounds and well-executed multi-colour cloisonne designs. They are both footed and unsigned and each has water drain holes in the bottoms. Each bowl has some damage, with incomplete or chipped enamel under the rims, enamel misses and chips and a large loss to the upper rim enamel on one pot...
Miniature Limoges vase features hand painted enamel over brass. The vase is shaped with a round bulbous body and a long think neck decorated with a beautiful effervescent red hue along the body. The top depicts a maiden playing an instrument in a sceneic background. Signed "MJ"
CIRCA: Early 20th Ct.
DIMENSIONS: H: 5.75" L; 2.5"
Miniature Limoges vase features hand painted enamel over brass. The vase is decorated with a vibrant forest green ground color decorated with floral designs along the body and a portrait of a maiden in the center.
CIRCA: Early 20th Ct.
DIMENSIONS: H: 4.75" L: 3.5"
Finely crafted French Enamel over brass Vase. Depicting a couple in the countryside. Signed "Gamet, France" along the lower edge, late 19th century period. Size; Height of vase is 7 inches tall, no condition issues noted.
To your attention- a pair of authentic 19c. French bronze candelabras ornamented with multiple enamel miniatures of geometric patterns.
They were remaid to serve as lighting fixtures.
Red and blue colors of enamel harmonize perfectly with the gold color of bronze.
French enamel vase, artist signed, excellent antique condition. Measurements as follows, height of 10.75 inches. (27 cm). Diameter of 4.5 inches. (11 cm). Condition Report; Condition consistent with age.
This rare, possibly unique clock is one of the last from my personal collection. Unlike the very common iron bodied clocks of the 1880’s this one is heavily enameled in bright orange and gold. Clearly part of the oriental craze in Victorian times yet very un-Victorian in style. There are as you can see some small chips in the enameled and the wooden back is missing. I don’t think the Ansonia movement is original and the bell hammer has been clipped so it does not clang...
An enamel and gilt clasp, French, cloisonné decoration in the Neo-Empire style of the 1880’s. Width "2/ 5,5 cm. Condition: a few hardly visible chips to the enamel.
Stunning 19thc Limoges enamel picture of Praetorian Roman guard officer-signed lower right side S ROSA-minor damage to fine gold leaf Victorian frame-surface wear to enamel-piece is highlighted with gilt accents in officer's dress--enamel is 4.5 inches by 6-framed -9.25 by 10 inches-subject matter rare
A lovely lady in a burgundy gown graces the front of this antique French enamel and foil vase. It is completely hand painted and signed by the artist, which appears to be "Vibert". The background is a soft pastoral scene with the appearance of an early sunset. The gracious lady who has a demure smile and is holding a staff is executed in enamel. Her silver hair is swept in an up-do and her burgundy dress is highlighted with gold dots...
This antique enamel on copper plaque depicts a Greek or Roman muse, and was created by the important Parisien enamel artist, Jean Georges (1858-1905). Measures 9.5" across. Signed Georges Jean on verso with number 80 and indecipherable mark.
This miniature vase has a beautiful hand painted image of a gentleman holding a rose with a little ribbon tied around it. His hand is outstretched as he is most likely ready to present it to a lady. The painting is beautiful and signed by the artist in the lower left corner. The background is variable shades of green and pink foil and the enamel work is brilliant. The interior is white enamel and the top rim is silver...
We are pleased to offer for your buying consideration an EXQUISITE PAIR OF ANTIQUE MINIATURE ORIENTAL CLOISONNE ENAMEL VASES!
Because of their unique SMALLER SIZE this GORGEOUS pair and would appeal to both doll and miniature collectors alike as well as ASIAN ANTIQUITIES enthusiasts, commanding a presence in any ADVANCED COLLECTION!
Most likely of Japanese origin circa early 1900's, the vases each measure a DIMINUTIVE 5" tall and 2 3/4" across at their widest points, and are 1 1/4" i...
This treasure (pillbox - snuff box) measures 1 1/4" x 1" x 1/2".
It has a beautiful, colorful, enamel design. It opens to a delightful turquoise -- see pictures. FREE US STANDARD S/H
Set of 3 Italian serving pieces in gilt brass and enamel, ca. 1860. This set comprises a spoon, fork, and knife. The handles are straight and tapering with knops and enameled Grotesque ornament on white ground. The spoon has a shaped bowl. The fork has shaped shank and four tines. The knife has a curvilinear blade. The spoon and knife have figural mounts. A beautiful set that reflects the Victorian interest in Renaissance Italy. Excellent condition with good color. Wear to fitted case...
This a superb Austrian Silver Enamel Case. Made by the famous maker Alexander Sturm, highly regarded Austrian silversmith, whose is associated with the famous Wiener Werkstatte in Vienna. This is a first standard silver, showing a 935 mark, which is the higher silver content than sterling. It has the makers mark , the four leaf clover, and the Austrian mark, which is on the side, that I did not photograph, it is the Hoopoe Bird with number 1 and W for Wein,Vienna, Austria...
Renaissance French Limoges Enamel Portrait of Queen by Pierre Raymond Signed PR
This French enamel plaque on copper is signed PR. It is attributed to Pierre Raymond, possibly in the style of his work. Pierre Raymond is 16th century, this piece might be from that time period. The actual copper plaque measures 3 ½ x 4 ¾ inches. The frame measures 7 ¾ x 9 ¼ inches.
It came from an auction, that was selling items from estate of the Consulate of Monaco, Fritz Ziegler...