This faience ceramic chanticleer rooster figurine was designed by Carl Walter (1883-1955) for Stonelain Pottery, made by Associated American Artists of New York. It dates from circa 1940 and is in excellent condition. It measures 11" tall, 7.25" wide and 4.25" deep. The small loss at the edge of the base dates from the time of firing. There are no subsequent losses or repairs visible. It is unsigned. Walters was one of Stonelain's most important artists...
Reticulated Blanc de Chine lamp with 6 sides. This has exquisite detail and is very tall. It is mounted on a rosewood hand carved base that in itself is beautiful. The wooden base has been damaged but is repaired professionally and is barely detectable. New electric and 3-way socket. The porcelain is in excellent condition. The total height is 36 1/2" to the top of the finial, and 23" to the bottom of the socket. The white portion is 18" and 24 1/4" with the base...
Hand-painted by Phyllis Allen circa 1930 for Poole Pottery, the trade name of Carter, Stabler, and Adams, in the motif called "Bluebird". The two-handled ornamental jug measures 7-1/2 inches in height and about eight inches across from handle to handle. The modeling and painting are exquisite, finished in Poole's typical matte glaze. The jug, or urn, is in mint condition.
A captivating bouquet of flowers painted by Marjorie Batt for Poole Pottery, circa 1925-1927. The style is distinctively art deco using bright pastel tones and a matte finish. The plate measures seven inches in diameter and is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, stains, or repairs and only light crazing.
Art pottery figurine depicting a pastry chef
designed by Gertrud Kudielka (1896-1984)for L. Hjorth, Denmark. Excellent condition. Incised: L. Hjorth Danmark 532 stag mark GK. Height: 10 inches (25.5 cm).
A group of two painted and parcel gilt plaster busts,
depicting Napoleon and Benjamin Franklin, each raised on a faux marble base.
Height of tallest 9 3/4 inches. Condition Report: Good condition.
A classic late Art Deco or early modernist porcelain water jug advertising Ricard Anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that anise-flavored aperitifs should be served with water to dilute the drink. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars and cafes to increase their sales. This squared-off rectangular form is less common than the traditional globe-shaped pitcher and became popular after World War II...
A lovely Blue Onion leaf-shaped dish by Hutchenreuther No 288. This item is in very good condition, with no chips, cracks or other known defects.
Large Blanc de Chine Lamp in the shape of a temple jar. However it was made in Italy and as indicated on a partial label inside of the base. Beautifully crafted in a leaf pattern with exquisite reticulation. This is a very fine example of Italian glazed pottery craftsmanship and it is in excellent condition, no chips cracks, dings, etc. It is mounted on a beautiful Asian carved wooden base either ebony or dark rosewood...
This really nice Blossom Time Cup and Saucer was made by Noritake China. On the back is NORITAKE Ivory China JAPAN 7150 BLOSSOM TIME. Both the Cup and Saucer are in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The decoration and silver trim is all very good. See our other Blossom Time available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
Beautiful copper lustre pitcher (jug) with a decorative band of grapes and grape leaves, a light warm green ground on the band and interior of the jug. Condition is excellent with no damage or repairs. 5 1/2" h x 6 1/4" w x 4" in diameter and standing 5 1/2" high. This jug dates to ca. 1825-1850. Please email us if you have any questions. Thank you.
This really nice Blossom Time Creamer, Sugar Bowl with Lid was made by Noritake China. On the back is NORITAKE Ivory China JAPAN 7150 BLOSSOM TIME. All three pieces are in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The decoration and silver trim is all very good. See our other Blossom Time available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
Imari by Royal Crown Derby Candlestick
The porcelain body is decorated in cobalt blue, gold and iron red over a white body. The scalloped bobeche is supported by a shapely body and a square base with dolphin adorning each corner. The verso is marked with the Royal Crown Derby factory mark.
Size: 10 ½”
Enjoy your tea from this beautiful Sadler teapot. It is so beautiful in form and cheerful colors it will gladden your heart. The pot serves 4 cups and measures 9 1/2" in length and 5 1/2" high. Perfect condition too. It is difficult to date this item as Sadler has used this mark since ca. 1947. Please email us if you have questions. Thanks you.
This porcelain vase was produced in Germany by Meissen in 1947. It is 6 1/4 inches tall and has a diameter of 5 3/8 inches. The vase is made of the finest quality hard paste porcelain. It is decorated with a beautiful bouquet of hand painted flowers. They are realistically painted in vivid natural colors. There are little flower buds scattered around the back of the vase. The rims are trimmed with a thin band of yellow ocher...
Unusual Rookwood Green Vellum Mug with geometric Greek key incised pattern around body. The flame mark on the bottom dates it to 1907 and the pattern appears to be #587 C
Diameter of base: 4”
I love this cheerful, country style vase from the 1930s. 6 inches in diameter at the rim and 6 1/2" high. There is an old superficial 1 1/2" hairline on the interior rim that has not spread to the exterior of the vase. Fine crazing throughout the vase. Please email me for additional pictures or information. Thank you