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.
Measures about 9-13/4" tall
She isn't marked Heubach but some doll dealers have told me they believe she is. I've seen a few others over the years, different colors, unmarked and identified as Heubach. Excellent modeling and coloring. Intaglio eyes, sweet shy expression. In her winter clothing she fits right into any Christmas display. No damage.
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!
Belleek porcelain bowl on stand with silver overlay. Made by Willets in Trenton, ca. 1890. Celadon green with overlay scrolls and foliage. Bowl has straight and tapering sides and everted rim. Suitable for display or use. Each piece marked “Belleek Willets.” Very good condition.
Dimensions: Bowl: H 1 1/2 x D 4 in. Stand: H 1/2 x D 5 1/4 in. BM201
A regal beige- enameled porcelain cabinet vase with striking iron -red matte glaze. Its curvilinear form is accentuated by the design of wild flowers on leafy stems. This charming porcelain vase is striking in color and form, the under-glazed blue seal of Makuzu Kozan, renowned Meiji-period court ceramicist, on its base. Excellent condition. Height: 7”. Meiji Period, Japan
A fine antique Greek pottery kylix a grand tour example c.1890. Decorated in Classic greek figures two handles and pedestal stand. Measuring 18 x 14 x 8 inches. A beautiful example would enhance any interior.
In classic London style form, this teapot features transferware designs popularized by Adam Buck, ca 1800. A woman seated upon a lounge seems to be instructing a child, who holds a book on one hand. Designs by Adam Buck were inspired by his miniature portraits in neo classical form, and the Regency Period was the height of his designs in ceramic ware...
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.
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Rare German Meissen Porcelain Plate, c. 1770. Imperial lavender brocade border. Floral and butterfly decoration. Very minor chips and flakes. 9 3/4 inches diameter.
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...
This large Spode boat shaped, lidded soup tureen on stand, is decorated with a hand coloured pattern featuring leaves, flowers, hummingbirds and butterflies. The pattern number is 2/3266 and the impressed date mark is for 1890. The overall height is 275mm, the width 256mm and the length 430mm-quite an impressive piece. There are some small chips to the stand, and as usually happens the ladle has gone missing. Otherwise the condition is very good.
This large Doulton Burslem jardiniere is covered with a floral version of their Spanish ware decoration, which consists of fine raised gold tube lining outlining the pattern, then infilling with on glaze enamel on an ivory ground. It stands 267mm high and has a diameter of 330mm. It has some fine, shallow cracks to the base, some very fine crazing and some slight loss of the gilding. C1895.
This Coalport dessert plate features a central spray of hand painted flowers with the rim decorated with low relief festoons and gilded scrolls on a fawn/grey ground. There is some loss of the gilding to the edge of the rim and to some of the higher points on the rim. There are a few very minor scratches to the central spray. The diameter is 239mm. C1820
This Coalport dessert plate features a central spray of hand painted flowers with the rim decorated with low relief festoons and gilded scrolls on a fawn/grey ground. There is some loss of the gilding to the edge of the rim and to some of the higher points on the rim. There is also a slight bluish stain to a small area of the rim. The diameter is 239mm. C1820-5.
This very attractive Royal Doulton stoneware vase was modelled by Eliza(or Elise) Simmance who worked at Doulton's Lambeth factory for 55 years from 1873-1928. It stands 250mm high and is in excellent condition. The base is impressed with "Art Union of London"...
This Minton fruit bowl is from the "Secessionist" range and is decorated in the "Hydrangea" pattern(E3279). The shape number is 3519. It stands 55mm high and is 205mm square. It does have some crazing and there is a thin, 3mm long firing crack to the rim, otherwise it is in excellent condition. This pattern was issued in 1902.
This very striking hand coloured Samuel Alcock porcelain vase is entitled on the base "The Nuptials of Paris and Helen". It carries no makers mark but is identical to marked pieces. It stands 213mm high and dates from around 1850. It has some very minor damage to it-a small chip to the nose of the relief moulded face decoration at the base of the handle and some very small paint scratches under the lip. There is also very faint crazing
This Wileman Intarsio biscuit barrel is decorated with scenes from Shakespeare's Henry IV part 1-Falstaff. The pattern number is 3500 on the Wileman shape 308. The lid and handle have recently been resilvered, but there are 5 small cracks in the collar that were there before the resilvering. There is also a 7mm long shallow scratch as shown in the photos. C1905.