Pair of signed Sevres covered urns, 19th century, having gilt brass lids with acorn finials surmounting the long necks with raised gilt decoration above the urn form bodies painted in the round with scenes of 18th century courtiers relaxing in bucolic landscapes on rose pink grounds, each rising on flared standards with raised gilt decoration and resting on shaped gilt brass plinths, signed 'F.Garnier,'. Size; Height of each Urn is 16 inches and diameter of 6.5 inches...
Elegant Longwy faience plate with floral decoration and the Cross of Lorraine. The colors and design are lovely and in the French taste. Diameter is 10 inches and the condition is perfect.
A French Paris porcelain navette form corbeille, circa 1825. Excellent condition with very minor wear. Height: 12".
An early nineteenth century Paris porcelain urn lamp, now electrified. Height: 16 1/2".
Impressive large French Old Paris porcelain urn mounted as lamp-1860-has two hand painted scenes-one is landscape scene-the other is a French lancer on horse back paying his respects to village maiden-minor wear to gilt-minor oxidation on metal lamp fittings-Height 20 inches to include socket
Very fine French Old Paris porcelain-minor wear to gilt- neo classic gilt and hand painted with two landscape scenes-9 inches tall
Antique French porcelain bowl with silver mount. Bowl is white with curved sides. Painted floral band between gilt pointille borders. Pretty blossoms in pink, red, yellow, and blue. Red Leboeuf mark – a famed ancien régime patronized by Marie Antoinette. Silver collar is reeded as is c-scroll swing handle. Silver hallmarked.
Dimensions: H 2 1/3 x D 4 1/4 in. AW690
Late 19th/ early 20th Century Hand Painted Porcelain Plaque "Beauty With Angels" Signed Forster. Some surface scratches. Measures 8 Inches by 5 Inches (sight). Frame Measures 15 Inches by 12 Inches.
Gorgeous pair of French majolica asparagus 9" plates by K & G Luneville, dating to the 1880's. The coloring is beautiful with blues, greens, burgundies, and creamy white. The plates have a little depression for sauce for the asparagus. There are no chips or cracks. Both plates are marked K & G Luneville Depose. A beautiful pair!
A cream box or patch box and a lid, not belonging but part of the same toilet set, made by Sèvres in the late 18th century. Overglaze decoration of a trellis pattern, flowers and ribbons. Unusual. Painted mark in blue: interlaced L, cc for 1780 and Sevres in capital lettering. Diameter "2 ½ / 6,5 cm and "1½ / 4 cm .
A French glass cooler, seau à verre. Manufacture de la Reine, rue Thiroux, late 18th century. The production of the porcelain factory at Rue Thiroux enjoyed the special protection of Marie Antoinette. Mark: crowned A in red. Height "4 ½ / 11 cm. Condition: c 2000 found in two halves and professionally put together again (cf photo 5). Two small firing cracks near the handles (cf photo 4).
Three coffee cans, gobelets litrons, in the cornflower (barbeaux) pattern, a decoration much preferred by Marie Antoinette. Paris, late 18th century, all marked 1r ll (premier = first and ??). Height "2 ¼ / 6 cm. Condition: small firing crack to one cup (cf photo 3). To go with the cups without extra cost: two contemporary (1790’s) saucers by Guérhard et Dihl, Paris, in the same pattern, with damage and repair (cf photo 6). Diameter of the saucers: 5 ¼”/ 13 cm.
A small pot with wooden handle, late 18th century, France. Cornflower decoration (aux barbeaux), a decoration much preferred by Marie Antoinette. No lid, unmarked, original handle. Width, handle included: "6 ¼ / 15,7 cm. Condition: a 1 cm glaze crack visible to the inside of the foot rim.
These 4 porcelain ramekins with under plates were produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges around 1900. The under plates are 4 5/8 inches in diameter and the cups are 3 3/4 inches in diameter. Both pieces have scalloped edges with double gold trim. The cups are molded with ribs giving them a flower shape. Both pieces are decorated with a transfer design of trailing vines and delicate pastel colored flowers. The cups are decorated inside and out...
French hand painted neo classic urn with gilt swan handles-has landscape on one side and peasant woman on the other-minor wear to gilt-no condition problems or repairs-6 inches tall-ca 1860 or earlier
French porcelain classic Old Paris urn with gilt tracery-each gilt handle is anchored by two abstract faces--7 inches tall with 5 inch mouth-minor wear to gilt-no repairs-no condition problems--ca 1860 or earlier
An exceptionally fine French "Paris "porcelain baluster form urn, almost certainly made by Nast, circa 1816-1826. The ovoid central body with four-arched and colorfully decorated flower reserves, within gilt surrounds, and flanked by swan-headed handles beneath an everted rim, all on a short stem on square base...
We are pleased to offer for your buying consideration an absolutely MAGNIFICENT RARE ANTIQUE HAND PAINTED FRENCH ENAMELED OVAL PORCELAIN SNUFF BOX!
Whether a collector of antique SNUFF BOXES, or tiny enough to make the PERFECT display piece to showcase your FAVORITE POUPEE'S most precious jewelry or coveted accessory items it is hard to resist this GORGEOUS PIECE as the overall presentation is just SUPERB!
Most likely made in the mid 1800's, this DIMINUTIVE box is oval in shape, measuring...