Porcelain. White ground. Decorated with a hand-painted, pink rose and green leaves, all in bright enamel colours, highlighted with further gilt leaves. Also, two groups of cornflowers, (a common form of decoration on this East French factories output at this time). The area above the rose is inscribed, in German, 'Dien Bild'. Literally translated as, Your Picture. The coffee can stands 2 1/2 inches high and measures 2 1/2 inches in diameter...
A mid Ming 15th century, Chenghua/Hongzhi reign, blue and white bowl, with flared rim and unglazed foot ring, decorated with under glaze blue turtle back pattern at the outer wall and a vajra in the inside. The bowl has no restoration and is in good condition.
Bone china. Of shaped, moulded and pierced form. Decorated with a buff coloured, gilt edged, irregular border and three small, hand-painted groups of summer flowers in bright enamel colours. The plate measures 9 inches in diameter. The base bears the printed, blue banner and anchor Davenport mark. In perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration. Please Note: the purchase price includes the cost of packing and postage via Royal Mail International Signed For service.
very rare two dutch delft porcelyne fles cloisonne plates from 1936, moulded in relief, writing on the edge-SOL IVSTITA ILIVSTRA NOS, diameter 17cm in very good condition.
19c very rare b/w chinese export porcelain large two handles basket painted with mountainous river landscape, pagodas, vase with flowers, birds, edge painted with flowers, tropical fruits, very fine pierced body, diameter-21cm, the height-9cm, the condition-one handle and small part of the rim connected with handle has been restored-this is a very difficult to see, has a few glaze fritting to the rim.
A beautifully painted and gilded English jug, probably Minton, of large size. Done in shades of blue, greens, and reds, it depicts a large lotus tree on one side, and foliage and flowers throughout. The main items in the painting are outlined with gilding, which is also prominent of the handle and spout.
Condition is superb, looking factory fresh, with no cracks, chips, restoration, or paint or gilding loss. There is a pattern number on the bottom...
Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Cup and Saucer, Cup - 3" high and 4 1/4" wide include white and green twisted handle, and Saucer - 1" high, 5 1/2" diameter, ca. before 1900, possibly from Naples factory, with low and high relief design of Classic figures and horse drawn cart beside the tower. Marked in gold in the bottom plus impress number "5". Small floral branches and leaf design in gold inside the cup as well as on top of the saucer in the center, gold rim is worn...
This Spode Greek pattern blue and white plate measures 248mm in diameter and is in very good condition. In the centre, there is a Greek god driving a chariot pulled by four horses and holding lightning bolts in his other hand. Surrounding him are four cartouches depicting Greek life. These are interspersed with decorated Greek vases. C1805-25
A group of ten Oriental (Probably Chinese) celadon pottery artifacts. Found in Philippines, likely were made in China and recovered from the graves of Chinese in the Southeast Asia (these particular ones prob. from Santa Ana).
Date back to probably Sung Dynasty (960 - 1279) that considered to be the third Chinese golden age
A group of seven Oriental (Probably Chinese) pottery jars and one two-eared jarlet. Found in Philippines, likely were made in China and recovered from the graves of Chinese in the Southeast Asia.
Marvelous antique (we think 18th century or older) blue & white porcelain snuff bottles. Two Cylindrical porcelain bottles with blue and copper red painting under clear glaze. Decorated with floral motive and Chinese court scene. One more round shape with thin neck. Another bottle is an Antique Chinese inside hand painted snuff bottle depicting a tiger (Lid sits a bit loosely on this one). Approx. 3" high. $500 for a group
Porcelain. White ground. Decorated with groups of red and blue flowers, green leaves and pink ferns, all hand-painted in bright enamel colours. The tea bowl stands 2 inches high and measures 3 1/2 inches in diameter. The saucer measures 5 1/2 inches in diameter. Neither piece is marked. There is a very fine glaze crack to the outside of the tea bowl. Otherwise, both pieces are in perfect, original, sound condition with no wear to the decoration...
A charming and early Derby diminutive basket form sweetmeat, with delightful floral painting by the Cotton Stem Painter. This form, which is uncommon in blue and white, is almost unheard of in polychrome, with virtually no examples having been offered at auction in the last 10 years. An example is shown as illustration 44 in Gillespy's book on Derby Porcelain.
In overall very good condition, with a very old repair to one of the handles...
Wonderful antique Staffordshire spill vase of a couple with a dog figurine dating to 1840-1860. It measures 6" high and 3.5" wide. It is in excellent condition except for the mans left black shoe has been chipped. The colors are wonderful and just a very charming Staffordshire!
A fine and relatively early example of the popular Prunus Root pattern done by Worcester between 1752 and 1770.Hand painted in blue and white, with a workman's mark on the bottom.
The bowl is in excellent condition, with no cracks, restoration, or paint loss. There is a very small chip to the foot rim, which can be seen at about 2 o'clock in the last photo. 4 3/4" in diameter, and 2" in height.
English Wedgwood Jasper ware Green Creamer, 2 1/2" high with beautifully detailed applied white classical Figures on Bisque finished Green background, impressed mark "Wedgwood" "England" on the bottom. Very tiny frit on the rim, hard to notice the frit.
English Wedgwood Jasper ware dark blue Mustard Pot, low relief classical figures on dark blue ceramic with bisque glaze. Impressed mark "Etruria England" "Wedgwood" on the bottom. Silver plated lid has hallmark on the side of the cover and silver plate is worn on top outside but inside is in good condition, no damage.
Rarely available, hand enameled, transferware lotus pattern Dinner Plate, scalloped rim, by Royal Doulton, with green underglaze Lambeth & Burslem mark, used from 1902. We judge this to be an early piece, rarely available, about 1917. Pattern number #E2924. 10.25" diameter. It was rare that plates by Doulton were hand-enameled; these are beautiful examples of generous raised enameling combined with transfers...