German Meissen Leaf Form Dish, c. 1745. Naturalistic period with excellent floral enamel decoration. No chips, cracks or restorations. Rare item. 9 1/4 inches x 6 1/4 inches.
German Meissen Leaf Form Dish, c. 1745. Naturalistic period with fruit and floral decoration. Excellent enameling. Minor gold wear on top edge. No chips, cracks or restoration. Rare item 9 3/8 inches x 6 1/4 inches.
7,5" high and 5,5" wide. Made in London
English Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame featuring engraved and pierced scrolls and floral decoration, original leather backing. Hallmarks: Birmingham 1908-09. 8" high, 6 3/4" wide
English round sterling silver and mother-of-pearl picture frame with applied sterling bow. Hallmarks: Birmingham, 1901-02.
This very attractive blue and white rectangular dish is entitled "Morea", and is attributed to Thomas Dimmock of Shelton in Staffordshire. The pattern name is enclosed in a cartouche above the words "Stone China". The pattern is a romantic view of ruins, beneath which are two people fishing in a river and cows and sheep resting in the foreground while churches and a castle nestle on the far banks of the river. It is 274mm in length and 197mm wide...
ARMORIAL CRESTED CHINA MINIATURE JUG OR PITCHER. NOTTINGHAM. The Foley Co., circa 1892. The jug measures 2 inches in height with a base diameter of 1 3/4 inches. Beautiful coat of arms for Nottingham which features figures of ROBIN HOOD as supporters. The gilt rim and gilt on the handle shows wear. Very tiny flea bite chip at base otherwise in very good condition. Motto: Vivit Post Funera Virtus.
A CRESTED CHINA BOWL. Circa 1880s. No maker's mark. The fluted bowl has a diameter of 2 3/4 inches at the top. Bournemouth coat of arms with motto: Pulchritude et Salubritas. Gilt rim. In very good condition with no chips or carcks.
English Historical Black and White Staffordshire Plate, c. 1820-30. Baltimore Battle Monument. By Jacksons. Minor rim frit. 9 1/2 inches.
Absolutely gorgeous English Victorian Majolica Bread Platter with the motto around the border "Eat thy bread with thankfulness". The colors are gorgeous with yellows, brown, greens, and lavenders. The center has a yellow basket weave pattern with green geraniums and lavender flowers in the center. It measures 13" long and 11.5" wide. There are no chips or cracks or markings.
American South Jersey Porcelain Sugar Bowl, c. 1815. Applied feather decoration. Professional restoration to lid rim and finial. A wonderful piece.
Rare Staffordshire American Historical Cup Plate, c. 1830. Joseph Heath & Co. The Residence of the Late Richard Jordan, Burlington County. Perfect condition and a wonderful cup plate. Blue and white transfer.
Early Staffordshire American Historical Blue and White Plate, c. 1830. Joseph Heath & Co. The Residence of the Late Richard Jordan. A few rim chips have been restored on this wonderful plate. 10 inches.
Early Staffordshire American Historical Plate, c. 1830. By Joseph Heath & Co. Residence of Richard Jordan, Burlington County, NJ. 10 inches. A beautiful example with crisp, mulberry transfer. Perfect condition.
This porcelain pair of orangutans was produced in Denmark by Royal Copenhagen and are dated 1906 with an inventory number of 721. They are signed by the renowned artist Knud Kyhn. It measures 5 ½ inches long and 54 inches high. These adorable primates are cuddling in each others arms. The artist portrayed these orangutans with unique character.
Condition: Excellent first quality.
Early Staffordshire American Historical Plate, c. 1830. By Joseph Health & Co. The residence of Richard Jordan, Burlington County, NJ. A terrific example of Richard Jordan. Pink transfer. 10 inches. Perfect condition.
This set of 13 porcelain sherbet cups and saucers was produced in Germany be Wissman Dresden before 1890. These cups and saucers are made of thin, translucent porcelain. The saucers have a diameter of 5 1/2 inches. The cups are 2 3/4 inches high and the cup diameters are 3 1/2 inches. The saucers are contoured so that the well rises up to meet the feet of the cups. The cups have graceful pedestal bases and two handles. All of the pieces are hand painted with raised gilding in classic style...
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...