A classic mid-century porcelain water jug advertising Ricard anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that a pitcher of water should be served alongside anise-flavored aperitifs to dilute the drink. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars and cafes to increase their sales. The squared-off shape is less common than the traditional globe-shaped pitcher, and only became popular after World War II...
Vintage french pair of porcelain pale orange perfume bottles with dabbers that date to around the 1940's. The perfume bottles have hand painted gorgeous flowers that are each different on both sides of the bottles. The dabbers have hand painted flowers on the top. The largest bottle measures 7" to the top of the dabber and about 4" wide and the smaller bottle measures 5.5" high and 3" wide. The larger bottle has a knick on the inside of the rim. There is some fading of the gold accents...
Finely crafted French serves style porcelain urn, having center reserve in style of Murillo, from first quarter of 20th century. Size; Measurements are 14"H X 17"W X 6"D. Condition Report; No condition issues noted.
These 4 porcelain ramekins were produced in France by Gerard, Dufraisseix and Abbot Limoges in the 1940s. The under plates have a diameter of 5 inches and the cups have a diameter of 4 inches. They are decorated with a transfer design. The garlands of flowers contain large pink roses. The cups are decorated inside and outside. There is gold trim and gilded accents on both pieces...
A classic Art Deco porcelain water jug advertising Ricard Anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that Ricard and other anise-flavored spirits be drunk with a side of water. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars to increase their sales. This globe form is the classic shape from the first half of the 20th century. The bottom is marked "Ateliers de Céramique Ricard/Made In France".
Origin: France, ca. 1930...
Lovely vintage handpainted, gold trim, porcelain box, Limoges, France. The sides of the box have lovely gold roses design and the lid has a beautiful handpainted full rose and bud. The box measures 3.5" long, 1.25" high, and 2.5" wide. There are no chips or cracks and it is marked Limoges France. Would make a wonderful gift!
Vintage french cafe au lait bowl in green with white dots. It measures almost 2.5" high and 4.5" across. There are no chips or cracks. It is marked Porcelaine Longchamp France. These colorful bowls can be displayed many different ways.
French Porcelain marked PHL Depose Tea Set, consisting of 12 Dessert plates-7 1/2" diameter, Tea pot-top glued-9" high,9 1/2" wide with handle and spout, Milk jug-5 1/4" high, 5 1/2" wide include handle, five(5) cups and 7 saucers(two cups are damaged), one(1) saucer has chip on the rim and cups are perfect. Beautiful birds and butterflies with blue floral branch decoration, accented raised enamel touch. All the gilding decorations around the rims are worn.
French Limoges Porcelain Cobalt Blue and Gold French Couple in traditional costume decorated Egg shape Box mounted with gilded Ormolu metal frame include hinge and knob in front, 2 1/2" high, 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" wide, and marked "Limoges" "Made in France" in gold on the bottom
Vintage dish made by Hermes in France. It has a lovely toucan and leaf pattern painted on the inside. The edge has a green and gold detail. It is marked "Hermes" in the lower border. The back has a sueded foot to minimize marking and slipping. It is also marked on the back in the dark green suede. It measures 5 and 1/8" in diameter and is approximately 1" deep. It is in excellent condition.
This is a great train themed shaving mug from the early 20th century. Shaving mugs were used extensively in barber shops across America. They held a cake of soap that was worked up into a rich lather with a bristle brush at a time when it was commonplace for men to visit barber shops for a close straight razor shave. In many barber shops, a fitted shelf held spots for the personalized mugs of its patrons...
A Set of Six Napoleonic Black transferware Dessert Plates by Boch Frères, Belgian
This set of six plates each have their own battle scene from Napoleon’s military campaigns. Each plate has an identical border with four fields within the border showing a laurel wreath with the Napoleonic “N” and a crown. Napoleon’s military hat and sword are also depicted four times within the border...
Mark: Tressemann & Vogt, # 7 under glaze white ware in green with Limoges, France
2 handled bowl: 4 3/4" diameter x 1 7/8" depth.
Under plate: 6 5/8"
Condition: Excellent, gold rim also excellent, bottom of each gold handle shows wear
This is an exquisite handpainted cup and saucer depicting
flowers in blue and gold with just tiny touches of white and pink. It is signed Limoges, France, and alo Raphael Weil & Cie, San Francisco. It is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or repairs, and the gold is also in perfect condition.
A Porcelain Cake Shaped Hand Painted Box, French
The three tiered box topped with a small bouquet of roses is decorated in pink swags and touched of green. The top two layers make up the lid and are joined to the bottom with an embossed metal ring. The interior is undecorated and the verso is marked “Peint main, Rochard, Limoges, France.”
Size: 2 ¾” high 2” diameter
A Hand Painted Porcelain Box, by Chamart, Capital building Colonial Williamsburg
The rectangular box is hand painted with the Capital building from Colonial Williamsburg. The body of the box is an apple green and the verso is marked “Chamart, Limoges France” while the interior is marked “The Capital, Williamsburg, Virginia.”
Size: ¾” high 2 ¼” X 1 5/8”
A Hand Painted Porcelain Box, Betty St John for Rochard
The oval body with conforming lid is decorated with a green wreath of boxwood foliage centered by a carnation. The body is similarly decorated with the greenish boxwood band. The verso is marked “Limoges, France, © Betty St john, MCMLXXXII, Hand Painted for Rochard.” The interior is decorated with two words “January” on the interior of the lid and “Carnation” on the bottom...
This French hand gilded trellis-work surrounding enameled purple-pink flower heads shows as a jeweled bibelot. LeTallec decorating studios started in France in 1930.[37A] Up to today, it decorates a very small number of boxes, entirely by hand enameling, generally as private stock for high end retailers (Bonwitt Teller, Tiffany & Co., etc.).[37B] Their hand painting is consistently exquisite.[37C] The bottom of the box has the Le Tallec mark (#3) started in 1941 and artist initials 'S.F.'...