This fabulous bronze and porcelain inkwell dates from the 1880s to 1900s and features a female figure, delicate flowers and two wells with hand-painted decoration. Amazingly, there appear to be no repairs or restorations and no damages other than various chips from the tops of the porcelain wells which are covered anyway by decorative brass rings. It measures 12" by 7" by 7.25" and weighs 3 lbs. 12 oz. The underside carries the original paper label of Davis Collamore & Co. of New York City...
Late 17th Century German Ballarmine Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug. Mottled brown glaze from Colognw or Bellarmine over a small medallion. This is in excellent condition and a wonderful example.9 inches.
Art nouveau -jugendstihl - secessionist -all have designs drawn from nature. This majolica humidor appears to be German or Austrian from the design and the numerical markings to the base. Wonderful flowing design of artichokes with flowing background and artichoke finial.
Size is 4.5" wide and deep and 6" tall.Condition is excellent with three tiny flakes to inside lip of the base.
BRC Moliere (Bauer, Rosenthal & Co), Germany, Hand Painted Scalloped Pierce Bowl. Beautifully executed in various colors of leaves, florals and blackberries that are brilliant and superb in design on the interior of the bowl. The exterior is painted in a very light sage green.
Measurements: 2.5" tall (6.5 cm), 9" diameter (23 cm)
Marking: (crown) BRC Moliere, Germany (in blue) Circa 1898
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.
This set of 8 porcelain plates was produced in Czechoslovakia, known as Bohemia, by Pirkenhammer in 1916. The plates have a diameter of 9 inches. They have deep cobalt blue ground which is hand decorated with two colored gold. There are violets, poppies, fuchsia and wild roses. They also have butterflies and insects. No two plates are exactly the same. The gilding is raised so that you can feel the decoration...
A vintage unmarked handpainted German Pink China Pig figural whimsy c1890s. This 5-3/4" long and 2-3/8" high (maximum) figure is in the form of two pink pigs with a champagne bottle - one leaning on the outside and the other sitting on a plinth and peering out from the bottle in the center. This item is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, crazing, losses, damage or repairs other than what appears to be a minor paint miss on the the tip of one ear...
Rare German Dresden Augustus Rex porcelain figure of Art Deco lady with bird in cage-ca 1920s-marked in blue under glaze-also incised data ie.,H. M. 22--probably artist's initials and date of production.28 high-15 inches wide-9 inches deep-a large piece of charming porcelain-no condition problems
Geometric painting motif , Handle from neck to shoulder with strainer " filter" and short ring base
Period: Islamic 11th - 12th Century AD
Dimensions: Height: 27.5cm Diameter: 14.000 cm (max.)
CONDITION : EXCELLENT, Intact, not repaired and not restored.
Price Including :
1- Shipping " one week delivery
2- Plexiglas stand
3- Export Approval from Israel antiquities Authority
4- certificate of authenticity.
This lovely 19th C. bisque figure of woman, with purse is in excellent condition, and stands about 6-1/2" tall.
Bisque figure of a girl with her hands over her ears, wearing, peaked front hat, and blue dress with white pinafore effect, c.19th C. It is German manufacture, with I inside and another mark that I can't make out. Height is approx. 6-1/2" and she is in very good condition with a tiny nip in the rim of her hat on one side.
This porcelain plate was produced in Hungary by Herend before 1890. It has a diameter of 10 inches. The porcelain is reticulated in an intricate pattern very similar to plates made at the Meissen factory. There are fan designs molded into the porcelain. This plate is brilliantly hand painted with colorful flowers. There is gold trim around the rim. It is in excellent condition and is an excellent display piece.
This covered jar was produced in Germany by Wolfsohn Dresden before 1890. It has a diameter of 3 1/2 inches and is 2 3/4 inches high. The jar is ornately painted in Meissen or Vienna style. There is a scene with a horse and rider hand painted on the lid, which is rather unusual subject matter for Dresden painting. This reserve is surrounded with intricate gilding. The sides of the jar have panels of rose colored fish scale painting alternating with fancy gilded panels...
This porcelain plate was produced in Germany by Meissen before 1920. The diameter of the plate is 10 inches. The plate has a scalloped rim and a deep well. It has the most excellent flower painting. The flowers are bright and realistic. There is a cobalt blue border and fancy gold trim accenting it. The foot ring on the back of the plate has two very minor chips. This plate is first quality and has no other defects.
Very elegant pitcher with flowers and leaves that are hand painted and slip decorated with gold highlights. The pitcher is about 6 3/4 inches tall and 5 inches across. Made by "Victoria" Schmidt & Co, Stará Role, Czech Republic (Altrohlau, Bohemia, Austria). Marked on the bottom with an angel logo and Victoria Carlsbad Austria around it. This mark was used until 1918. Excellent condition, except for some wear to the gold trim on the handle and rim.