Bearing underglaze blue cross sword mark and with factory numbers.
A green majolica eleven-inch platter made in England by Wedgwood, marked with the letter D for 1875. The platter is embossed as a basket holding four grape leaves. The width measures nine inches, the height is one and three-quarters inches. The condition is mint with nearly imperceptible light crazing. I have two identical platters, priced individually.
English Porcelain Plate with Floral Decoration. By Adderly. Marked Adderly and England on the bottom. Beautiful blue border with gold decoration.
Rare Limoges porcelain 6-piece coffee set for one with hand painted scenes of Native Americans. Circa 1900. This set consists of an individual coffee pot, covered sugar bowl, creamer, coffee can and two saucers, and is decorated in a canary yellow ground with black accents. Each piece has a reserve with a painted scene of 18th century Native Americans and British and French colonials...
The Chinese porcelain bowl colorfully enameled in Canton with dramatic figures, flowers and birds. Size: 11.5 inch diameter. Condition is very good with minor enamel wear, slightly warping which is very common for large size bowls.
English Coalport Partial Tea Set, c. 1795-1805. By John Rose. There are 30 pieces, including teapot, covered sugar with underplate, creamer, waste bowl and two serving plates. Also there are nine cups and saucers and five coffee cans. Condition is excellent but one tea cup and saucer, and a coffee can, are cracked...
English Staffordshire Wood and Caldwell Figure of Atlas, c. 1810-20. Pearlware. This piece has been restored and has some minor wear. The factory is a result of a combination between Enoch Wood and James Caldwell. 11 3/4 inches high x 6 inches x 5 1/4 inches.
English Blue and White Porcelain Small Bowl, c. 1760. Attributed to Vauxhall Factory. A wonderful piece. 2 1/2 inches x 5 3/4 inches wide. Condition is excellent with small rim frit.
English Blue Sponge Toby Jug, c. 1770-90. Condition: Restored with some glaze flaking. A fine piece.
A rare pair of Pearlware pottery figures depicting Venus and Neptune made in Staffordshire during either the late 18th or very early 19th Century. A similar pair of figures are illustrated in "The price Guide to 18th Century English Pottery" by Sally Mount, published by the Antique Collectors' Club (1972).
Condition: there are some losses to the enamel colours; no cracks, no repairs and no restoration.
23.5cm (9.25 inches) high.
Impressive German porcelain figural group depicting three children starting a fire, late 19th/early 20th c.; Marked. Size; Measurements are 6 1/2" x 4 1/2.
The nice Chinese Imari punch bowl decorated with flowers and rocks in Chinese garden. DATE: 18th C. SIZE: 9.5 inch (24cm) diameter, 4 inch (10.5cm) high. CONDITION: very good and maybe some re-gilt.
Hand painted in dark underglaze blue with a serrated rim this large bowl is soft paste porcelain. The decoration of a Chinese arrangement of flowers and twining plants is typical of Tournai. Height 4.5 inches (11 cm) and 11 inches (28 cm) diameter. Late 18th century.
Condition: no chips, cracks or repairs. Some scratches to the interior of the bowl and small flaw in the body of the bowl.
This style of decoration was popular at the time and still looks excellent today.
A Furstenberg hard paste porcelain cup and saucer decorated with bands and sprigs of sepia and black flowers with gilt rims and highlights. Both pieces are marked with an underglaze script F and a number (9). The arched handle is typical of early 19th century tea wares. The style continued in the middle of the century, though this style of sepia decoration is more usual in the earlier part of the century...
A hand thrown and painted hard paste porcelain punch bowl decorated on the outside with four bunches of roses and four groups of buds of roses around the outside under a wavy orange border on a tall foot. The inside edge is a band of black and orange hexagons in a Chinese manner under a gilt rim. In the bottom of the bowl is another bunch of roses. Unmarked and obviously European though Italian is a guess rather than a certainty. Late 18th century...
A transfer printed, hand colored and gilt large mug with Japanese inspired patterns on two sides, an elaborate decoration on the inside rim and a brown edge at the top. Blue printed mark on the bottom. The body is hand thrown, but the handle is molded. Circa 1820. 4 5/8 (12 cm) tall 5 1/8 (13 cm) diameter body, with handle 7 inches (18 cm) diameter.
Condition: No chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs...