European porcelain figural open urn, depicting French battle scene, early 20th century period, signed Guillon, 19 1/2 inches in height with no condition concerns.
This is a very pretty Porcelain Soup Tureen, directly inspired of the Moustier's style with hand-painted cranes and floral patterns, made by the first quarter of the 20th century. Circa date 1920. Dimensions 9”high/ 16”wide/ 13”deep.
This pair of Paris porcelain vases date from the early/mid 19th century, and feature gilt grounds decorated with acanthus leaf pattern at the shoulder, looping handles with Grecian masks of horned males, and green painted ground from base to shoulder including cartouches depicting loving mothers and children, and lyre motifs. Measures: 12.5" by 6.5" by 5.2". There is some wear to the gilding and minor losses to the painted decorations, all of which are consistent with age...
A Raynaud Ceraline Limoges Tureen in the Lafayette pattern standing 11' x 17". the tureen is rare and difficult to find, retailing over four figures. It is inspired by the one created by Sevres in the Lafayette pattern in the Louvre. It is stunning and retailed by Bergdorf Goodman. I do have other service pieces i will be listing as well as service for 12 in this pattern.
Tea Set with Tray, classic Sevres cobalt blue and gold--always kept in a cabinet. Tray is : 18" x 13"
The lovely Limoges china plate is 8 1/4 inches across and has a rural scene with a windmill. The border is a pale aqua blue and there is a gold trim.
Beautiful display piece in very good condition.
The hand painted Limoges plate is 8 3/8 inches across. The plate has a pink border with gold trim. The painting is a pastoral scene with a cart going through a river.
Beautiful and in good condition!
Perfectly charming hand painted, bombe Box from France, created for Saks Fifth Avenue, and so-marked on the base. Measures about 3-3/4" x 2-1/4" x 3" tall. Metal shows slight darkening. Circa 1950. $12 US Shipping.
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...
Delightful little fella, handpainted in France,in vivid colors, a porcelain parrot Flask or Perfume, with much detail in the feathering; touches of matte finish gilding as well as bordering the base. The parrot's bronze collar is the point at which the bottle opens. Signed on the base, "Peint main, Made in France," and what appears to be initials. 5.5" (13.97 cm) tall, 1.25" x 1.50" (3.17 x 3.81 cm) base (bigger than it looks in photos). Excellent condition. c. 2nd half 20th Century...
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...
Measurements: 3" tall on an oval base: 2" x 1 3/8"
Beautifully hand painted (no painting on the interior).
The female bust suggests a 1920's Flapper Girl with serious attitude! But this is just my perception.
With the traditional bronze trim at the join of the two parts of the box.
The bottom of the box shows the decorator's initials M C and the words "Peint Main" as well as the genuine "Limoges, France" mark.
I date the box to the 1950's according to the estate from which it was p...
Fine French Limoges china by Raynaud Ceralene, “Rouen.” pattern name. It is classic pattern inspired by an old faience plate made in Rouen, France dating back to the early 18th century. This pattern was discontinued in 1997 and is no longer in production. 10 Dinner plates (10 ½: dia.) 10 lunch plates (8 5/8” dia.) 8 cups and saucers. Age: 20th C. Condition: excellent.