A Royal Bayreuth porcelain shoe boot in perfect condition, c1885.
Condition: excellent Height: 1.75 inches Width: 3 inches
This porcelain oyster plate was produced in France by E. Clauss,
a Paris decorator from the late 19th century. It measures 9 1/4 inches across the handles and is 2 inches deep. It has space for 6 oysters and a center salt dip. The plate is decorated with lovely hand painted flowers in vibrant colors. It is gilded with raised gold and lots of gold accents.
Condition: There is light wear to some of the raised gilding.
The Art and Orchid Gallery's hand enameled porcelain pierced bowl was made in the Meissen-style, generally of the Kuehn Period (1833-70).[138A] That is, illustrations of similar pierced dessert ware with applied floral and enameled flower groups are referenced during the period when Kuehn was Director of the Meissen kilns.[39B, 138C] Many other porcelain manufactories from that area and even England and France produced Meissen-style wares at lower prices because of its popularity in the 19th Cen...
This porcelain portrait plate was produced in Austria by Royal Vienna in the late 19th century. It has the under glaze cobalt blue bee hive mark on the back. It is signed by the artist, J. Dahn. The plate has a diameter of 9 1/2 inches. It has a 2 1/4 inch cobalt blue border that is elaborately decorated with raised gilding. The center has the portrait of a scantily clad young woman. The plate is entitled “Irene.” The painting is excellent with minute detail...
These 8 porcelain demitasse cups and saucers were produced in Germany at the Franziska Hirsch Dresden studio in the late 19th century. The saucers have a diameter of 4 3/4 inches and the cups are 2 1/4 inches high. The edges of the saucers are slightly scalloped. The fine hard paste porcelain is hand painted with elaborate floral decorations. There are brightly colored garlands of flowers and little bouquets encircling each piece. Lacy gilding trims the edges...
An choice example of a 17th. century German stoneware “Bartmann Jug” with brownish salt glace, Frechen or Cologne, c. 1600-1650.
As an early type of these jugs this jug has the wonderful grotesque bearded mask applied in relief of better style than the later specimens. This specimen also has applied heraldic medallions, making it possible to trace the jug to a certain noble house.
Condition: Superb! Intact and as seen in the pictures...
Large 390 AGM 22" Antique Armand Marseille German Doll.
This pretty doll has Blonde hair and open Blue eyes, teeth, dimpled
chin and a nice lace dress. Markings to the rear of her head
390 DRGM 246/1 AGM
Germany 390 AGM 22" Antique Armand Marseille Doll.
This lovely slim doll has attractive blue closing eyes, teeth a wool vest
satin floral dress, wool booties and mittens.
Inscribed on her neck Armand Marseille Germany 390 A G M
Antique German Bisque Heubach Doll 1902 16"
This pretty doll has rather muffled auburn hair, lovely blue eyes,
underwear and an elegant patterned day dress with Blue ribbon.
Stamped to the rear of the neck 1902 with the Heubach Horse shoe
trade mark. One leg string needs tightening, otherwise she is in quite
Antique Large 'Sweet Nell' 1362 Doll By Alt Beck and Gottschalk.
This is a very pretty 32" German Doll. The back of her head is marked
ABG 1362 Made in Germany. Lovely Blonde hair with Hazel eyes. A
nice lace traditional dress.
32" in height.
Antique Armand Marseille Getman 390 Bisque Doll 22" For Restoration.
Unfortunately this pretty doll has a broken leg, although present. She is wearing
specticles, a beautiful woven summer hat and comes with a bonnet to match her
From a private collection. NB please note the quality of the hat.
In excellent undamaged condition with only gilt losses. Very little gilt remains -- a little on their faces, and a little on the gentleman's jacket.
The lady, left, measures about 4-3/4" tall, 2-1/2" wide, 1-1/2" deep, 1-5/8" diameter base...
Four framed 16th century Spanish Tiles-Tiles are thick and designs are raised with each color applied separately in kiln-chips and expected wear-colors bright-in fine frame with tiles uniquely held by bronze center screw-12 inches by 12 inches framed-drying crack in back wood panel
A late 19th c. handpainted porcelain standing figure of a Prussian soldier with drum and sword, in full parade dress, on a squared plinth, manufactured by Sebastian Schmidt, founded 1857. Marked underglaze with a red clover. Perfect condition, no restorations. Germany, c. 1870. Dimensions: 8 3/4" H x 3" W x 3 1/2" D Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax...
The Art and Orchid Gallery's antique bowl is a floral encrusted work of Decorative Art made of porcelain in Sitzendorf in the Meissen style.[149A, 39B] This ornamental bowl, or basket, has the blue under glaze crossed lines of the Voigt Brothers used between 1884-1896 in Sitzendorf, Thuringia, Germany, known for their decorative porcelain work of the Meissen style.[7C, 59D, 50E] Our decorative art piece is covered with pastel glazed rose vines, leaves and flowers from its foot to the pinched rim...