A fine french porcelain vase made by Samson of Paris after a chinese original. There is a Samson mark to the base.
Dating from the late C19th/ early C20th., it stands 29cms high inc. lid.
It is in excellent condition.
This set of 12 porcelain luncheon plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. They were produced exclusively for the renowned retailer Ovington’s of New York & Chicago. They measure 8 3/4 inches in diameter. The centers of each plate are hand painted with vibrantly colored flowers. All the plates are artist signed in the center. The rest of the cream colored plates are decorated with elaborate raised gilding...
This set of 12 porcelain dinner plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. They were made exclusively for the fine retailer Richard Briggs & Co. of Boston. The plates measure 9 1/8 inches in diameter. The plates are decorated with elaborate raised gilding. Cartouches containing vividly hand painted sprays of flowers decorate the borders. Embossed bands of gold trim the outer rim and the interior of the plates...
This set of 12 porcelain service plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. The set was made exclusively for the retailer C. Reizenstein of Pittsburgh-Allegheny. The plates measure 10 3/8 inches in diameter. They have a one inch border of deep, cobalt blue that is ornately gilded with raised gold. Additionally, there are two bands of embossed gilding, one on each side of the cobalt boarder...
This is a striking pair of Napoleonic Vases with gilt decoration on a cobalt ground. The ornamentation is hand painted. One side bears the Imperial crown and N while the other the Napoleonic eagle. The vases measure 13 1/4 inches high. They are stamped with the Sevres porcelain mark. No chips, cracks or repairs. Very, very slight wear to the gilt.
Edouard Gilles was the master of Barbotine. This vase is in the planter style and dates 1868-1895, It has his initials in a raised oval on the bottom along with the number, 244. It measures 11 inches wide by 7 1/4 inches high. Very fine condition with vibrant colors.
Antique french porcelain base, wooden cross, bisque jesus altar cross, c. 1900. Very unusual with an ornate porcelain base with a skull and an angel face with praying hands. The wooden cross rests securely to the base and has a bisque Jesus with 3 nails and a plaque with INRI nailed to the top of the cross. It measures 13" high and 5" wide at its widest. Very steady.
Antique 19th C. french porcelain figurine of Madonna and Child Jesus. The faces have been hand painted and it has quite a smooth patina as one could imagine it has passed through many hands since the 1800's. It measures 12" high and 3.75" wide. The statue has a sturdy square ornate base and she has flowing robes and both have golden hair. I could find nothing wrong with it--no chips or cracks. Just a fabulous 19th C. piece!
Pierrefonds Art Nouveau pottery vase covered in a beautiful crystalline glaze, made circa 1910. The Ewer measures 18.5cm high and has the Pierrefonds impressed mark to the base. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee, see my returns policy.
I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
This Paris tea cup and saucer was made in France by the Le Rosey studio around 1860. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4” and the cup is 2 1/8” high. It is made from fine translucent porcelain. The handle is as thin as a strand of spaghetti. The decorators were trained in the Sevres factory. Le Rosey was honored at many Paris exhibitions. This cup and saucer is beautifully hand painted with a goddess in the clouds...
These 6 porcelain punch cups were produced in France by Pouyat Limoges in the 1890s. They were sold to a studio painter for decoration. They measure 3 3/4 inches in diameter and are 3 inches high. The hand painted decoration of grapes and vines is expertly done. Both the inside and outside of the cups are painted. Grapes of varied colors spill across the mauve ground. There are gilded accents and trim. They are a fine example of hand painted porcelain from the turn of the 19th century...
These 6 porcelain chocolate cups and saucers were produced in France by Haviland Limoges in the 1890s. They were sold to a studio painter for decoration in the US. The saucers have a diameter of 5 inches and the cups are 3 1/8 inches high. “Ranson” blanks were used featuring a ribbon shaped handle and scalloped feet. Each cup and saucer is hand painted with different flowers in vibrant colors. The handles and rims are trimmed with gold...
Broad squat Art Nouveau vase with three buttresses by Charles Greber, circa 1900-1910, approximately 4" tall and 6 1/2" across, with dark glaze runs on a creamy oatmeal ground. With incised "C. Greber" signature, also marked "France".
A very attractive hand coloured Blois faience jug from France, dating from around 1900. It stands 210mm high. It does have a couple of small chips as can be seen in the photos, otherwise it is in very good condition.
19th century Gien faience pottery vase of triform shape, decorated with various flowers and flying insects. The posy vase measures 9cm wide and is 5cm high. The base has the Gien printed mark. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee.
The photographs show the item from both sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs, this I guarantee.
Small French majolica dish. very nice details in the mold with a wonderful selection and blending of colors. In excellent condition it measures 5.5" x 5.5". We have 2. We have priced this one to sell individually, but if you want a pair, price would be $150 pair. Dates circa 1910.
These 12 porcelain dessert plates were produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges between 1879 and 1889. They are marked with green under glaze mark and brown over glaze mark indicating that they were produced and decorated by Haviland. The plates measure 8 1/4 inches in diameter. The rims are squared off giving them an octagonal shape. The centers of the plates are decorated with transfer designs of sunrise skies framed by vines of flowers and foliage. The flowers are accented with hand ...
A porcelain guglet in the chinese style decorated in famille verte enamels on a dark powder blue ground. There is an artemesia mark in underglaze blue and a Samson mark in red enamel to the base.
Dating from the late C19th., it stands nearly 8 3/4inches (22.1cms) high.
It is in excellent condition.