This antique glazed and bisque porcelain compote from Royal Copenhagen dates from the late nineteenth century. It features a semi-nude maiden in classical dress, supporting a shallow bowl, and has a royal blue glaze and gilt decorations. Measures 16.2" tall and 12.4" across. It is in excellent condition, with no visible losses or signs of restoration. There are scratches and nicks, consistent with age. Our price is firm.
An early c1860-80 bisque porcelain 6 x 4-7/8" wall plaque by Royal Copenhagen. This plaque has high relief cherubs and it is marked ENERET EB on the back with the three blue lines Copenhagen mark. This item is in very good condition with no crazing, losses, damage or repairs other than some natural age cracks on the top and bottom edges and an edge chip and fleabute on the right hand edge...
This Large, Blue & White Pottery bowl depicts a central medallion of a
Crane standing in a river surrounded by Reeds and Foliage, within three
circles, the edge has a Trellis border. The outside is painted with what I
think are Four Lillies between Four pairs of swimming Cranes. The foot
has the remains of grit from the Kilm. This bowl is quite freely painted, the
glaze is crazed and has a dull thud, all a bit crude...