Beautiful 19th century Continental allegorical figurine representing “The Oceans”. Standing nude, possibly Amphitrite the goddess queen of the sea and the wife of King Poseidon. Fine detail all over with particular attention to the hands. 131/2” tall. Excellent condition.
Superb ovoid vase with round base,decorated with raised acanthus garland. The body has a blush ivory color with delicate hand colored flowers on the obverse and reverse. A two mask handle with gilt on each side. The base has the Royal Worcester backstamp with five dots , a 1895 date mark. 10 ½” tall and 5” wide. In excellent condition.
Earthenware. Of circular form, raised on a circular pedestal base. Light green ground overlaid with an all over, hand-coloured, printed design of exotic birds, butterflies and fruits amidst flowers leaves and stems. The comport stands 4 inches high and measures 9 inches in diameter. The base is unmarked. In perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration...
PRICED at $45.
Our Dealer No. 71 offers this Yellow Ware Teapot; missing the tip of the lid's finial.
Please inquire for details.
19c chinese export porcelain familie rose daoguang bowl and two saucers very fine painted with figures, calligraphy, signed on the base, diameter of the bowl-8,2cm, the height-7,4cm, diameter of the saucer-12,6cm, 12,8cm, the condition-bowl has one tiny hairline, one saucer has one tiny hairline,other saucer has one hairline and has one invisible short four way crack-this is a very difficult to see.
These 10 porcelain double handled cups and saucers were produced in Germany by the Helena Wolfsohn Dresden decorating studio in the 1890s. The saucers have a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cups are 2 inches high. There are Rococo style molded designs in the delicate, translucent porcelain. The handles are also done in that ornate fashion. Each piece is beautifully hand painted with pastoral scenes of young lovers in gardens...
Our Dealer No. 46 offers a huge variety of crocks (many not pictured).
Fine cobalt blue ground Spode porcelain bottle with gilded vermicelli “seaweed” decoration. The stopper is slightly domed. The base of the slender neck features an applied small white enamel bird. Marked in orange on bottom with the pattern number “2123”. In excellent condition, No chips, no cracks, no hairlines, it measures 4” high x 3” diameter. Dates circa 1815 England.
Wonderful set of 4 brown transferware plates marked David Johnston & Co. David Johnston was of British parents who had a pottery in Bordeaux, France, and was in production from 1834-1844. He was Major of Bordeaux from 1838-1842. These plates are in excellent condition for being over 150+ years old. They measure 9" across and do have some discoloration and scratches and some loss of pattern. The center scene is Arabian with a very detailed border. A great addition to your collection!
Pair of delightful 19th century tin glaze hanging wall pockets.Green leaf form the crest with three putti in support. Some chips and a crack exist consistent with age (see photos). 6 1/4" x 5 1/2" x 5 1/4".
Hand painted French punch bowl on matching plinth, signed T&V Limoges with the mark of the seller Higgins & Seiter, New York. Scalloped and raised rim in gilt above a white field. The center has a forest green ring with a hand painted garland of pink flowers and green leaves. The matching plinth is on four stylized acanthus leaf feet. 14 1/4" diameter and 9 1/4" high, it is in excellent condition with slight wear on the gilt consistent with age. Tresserman & Vogt Mark 7, 1892-1907.
Gorgeous large English majolica bread tray. The edges have the words Eat Thy Bread With Thankfulness. It has wheat stalks for the side handles. The tray measures 13.5" x 11.5". There are numerous chips on the back and edges with some scratches in the center. The colors are just gorgeous. Dates to the 1880's. A great addition to your collection!
Japanese patterned with center in underglaze-blue, iron-red and gilded decoration with pomegranate and leaf decorations on blue notched roundel. Four fan-shaped panels decorated alternatively with green and gold trellis diaper ground with russet leaping kylin and purple whorl ground with purple, green, iron-red and gold floral sprig.
9" diameter. Arms of Louis XVI of France encircled by the Order of St. Esprit, within a border of stylized cartouches. Underside includes double ring and foot marks consistent with 18th century porcelain. In the 19th century Samson of Paris produced copies of armorial wear and this Japanese example may have been directly copied from one of them.
This set of 12 porcelain dinner plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. The plates measure 10 1/4 inches in diameter. They are made of fine, translucent porcelain. They have a border of elaborate raised gilding. There are hand enameled medallions with tiny pink roses. A wide band and smaller band of embossed gold encircle the plate. Near the rim is a band of deep cobalt blue enamel accented with dental gold trim...
Bone china. Decorated with a border of alternating flowers and cornucopias in dark blue with gilt leaves and a sharks tooth border. The cup stands 2 1/4 inches high and measures 3 1/4 inches in diameter. The saucer is 5 1/4 inches in diameter. The bases of both are marked with the hand-painted, mock Sevres mark and the pattern number, 877, in blue. In perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration...
An extremely nice pair of French Paris porcelain corbeilles or fruit basket with vibrantly decorated banding. Mint condition.
A very fine pair of Paris porcelain First Empire matte and gilded “corbeilles” baskets, each with two kneeling angles, or “putti”, made and signed by the Darte factory, circa 1805-1815. Each basket stand 12″ in height and both are in excellent condition.