Very nice Can Shaped Blue Marked Royal Bayreuth Black and White Corinthian Creamer. This item has the Corinthian Black and White Classic Grecian Figures and Gold, Black and White wide Greek Key banner running around the entire creamer. This item has a nice soft Black finish in very good condition. The creamer stands 3 1/4" tall and measures 4 1/2" across from tip of spout to tip of handle. No chips, cracks or repairs...
This porcelain plate was produced in Germany by Nymphenburg in the late 19th century. It has a diameter of 8 3/8 inches. The porcelain blank is reticulated and there is molded decoration in the porcelain. The plate is decorated by hand with art nouveau style flowers. There is hand gilding and trim on the rim. The colors are vibrant and the gilding is bright.
A Meissen Full Ivy Gravy Boat, Germany
This is an elegant addition to any dinner table. The oval lid with 18th century style scrolling knop picked out in green centers an oval lid with green pin striped banding and green grape leaf border with scrolling tendrils and various sized leaves. The lid fits into a conforming bowl with attached under-plate, similarly decorated. The reverse is marked with blue cross sword for Meissen...
We proudly offer to purchase this Antique ROYAL BAYREUTH Figural OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN CREAMER! Though the original landmark "Old Man of the Mountain" outcropping is no longer with us, this Fantastic REAL ROYAL BAYREUTH figural Old Man of the Mountain Creamer is still with us. It has one of the best molds and coloration that we have seen to date...
This porcelain butterfly was produced in Thuringia, Germany by the Schwarza-Saalbahn factory around 1900. Similar porcelain objects have been produced by Karl Ens of Volkstedt. The butterfly is 6 inches wide and 2 1/2 inches high. It is made of hard paste porcelain and is decorated with brightly colored high glazed enamels. There is raised enamel beading and gilded accents. It is an unusual object of beauty.
Extraordinary hand carved wood Black Forest frame with a hand painted porcelain plaque depicting Saint Joseph and Jesus Child.
Very good antique condition with a couple of chips.
Frame: 13 1/4 high by 7 1/4" wide.
Plaque: 4" x 2 3/4"
Magnificent porcelain Zebra, marked "Germany" and "CZC," on feet. This stately animal measures approximately 9.50" (24.13 cm) tall, 7" (17.78 cm) front-to-back, and just over 2" (5.08 cm) wide. White and bittersweet-chocolate brown; excellent condition. We believe it is early 1900s, although it is possible that it is even earlier. A very special piece, indeed, for those who want the finest! $18 US Shipping. [we have more porcelain zebras]
Very Rare Meissen Porcelain Footed Egg Cup, c. 1780. Imperial yellow ground is very rare. Condition is excellent except for a very tiny chip in the foot. Marked with blue underglaze crossed swords and a star. 1 5/8 inches high.
This porcelain tea bowl was produced in Germany at the Meissen Porcelain Manufactor between 1730 and 1740. The marking is underglaze crossed swords, first quality. It is 3 inches in diameter and 2 inches high. The hand painted decoration inside the cup is in the Batavia Chinese export style. The painting is done in cobalt blue paint on a white ground. There is a wide band of porcelain on the inside that has ribbed texture...
From our European Porcelain Collection, an important and historically significant Meissen armorial plate, ex-Sotheby's, from the Munchhaussen family dinner service gifted by Augustus III to Gerlach Adolf von Munchhaussen in 1745. The decoration is executed in puce with gilt highlights, painted in the "fabletier" style of mythical beasts set against a landscape of birds and insects, all set beneath the Munchhaussen family coat of arms with a foliate scroll border on the rim...
German Meissen Marcoloni Period Porcelain Tea Cup and Saucer, c. 1780. Beautiful puce flower decoration with gold rim. Perfect condition. Marked underglaze cross swords with a star underneath. 5 1/8 inches, saucer; 1 5/8 inches, cup.
Beautiful detailing and a lovely combination of a white center, pale green enameling, hand painted gold victorian-style scrolling, and gold gilt edging make this set of 5.25" berry bowls a true work of art! They were made by Hutschenreuther in Selb, Bavaria. Imagine these lovely plates gracing your dining room table!
This demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Germany by Lamm Dresden before 1900. The saucer is 4 inches in diameter and the cup is 1 3/4 inches high. The cup has panels and decorations molded into the porcelain. The saucer has floral decoration molded into the porcelain on the rim. Lovely hand painted floral decorations alternate with panels of lacy gilding on both pieces. Gilded accents are in abundance throughout the decorations as well as the rims and handle...
This porcelain charger or platter was produced in Germany by Donath Dresden before 1920. It has a diameter of 12 1/4 inches. The charger is beautifully hand painted in the Meissen style. There is a bouquet of realistic flowers rendered in vivid colors. Lacy gilding trims the rim.
Condition: Excellent. This is a splendid charger for use or decoration.
Art nouveau majolica set of one dish and six fruit plates, all with pierced border and water lily pattern. Green, pale yellow, and brown glazing. Made by Villeroy & Boch, Schramberg about 1900. The plates are marked VBS and numbered. The dish is numbered. The plates are in excellent condition. A few spots of missing glaze on the edge of the dish. It is hard to find a majolica set like this in such a good condition.
Diameter of the plates: 6.8 inches.
Size of the dish: 14.8 x 8.6 inches.