Featuring a lovely pair of hand painted 6" candlestick holders with beautiful apple blossoms. Painted in American on Bavarian blanks circa 1900, or earlier. Both candlesticks artist signed. Excellent condition. No chips, cracks, damages, or restorations. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition, within 3 days of receipt, and the way it was packed. Sales tax charged if sold in New York state unless valid tax number and resale form provided.
Featuring a very pretty dresser tray or cookie tea platter/plate/serving piece, all hand painted with gorgeous, huge roses in shades of pink and deep rose. Painted in America on Austrian blank. Stamped in green MZ Austria. Dates circa 1900. Measures 14" x 9 1/4". Interesting shape with 12 sides. Gold border is very slightly worn. No chips, scratches, damages, cracks or restorations. 3 day return privilege if not completely satisfied providing item returned in sent condition within 3 da ...click for details
Featuring a rare, outstanding, early, large Lenox Belleek vase with raised sterling overlay deposit in a gorgeous Chinese trailing cherry blossom design. Stamped sterling on the sterling foot rim, and an unidentified maker's mark. The Lenox mark, on the porcelain underside, with Belleek and the palette, dates this piece to the early 20th century. Also, there is a shield shaped mark with the name Rockwell in the center. This mark is hard to see, but it is there. The vase measures almost 9&quo ...click for details
Featuring a gorgeous hand painted 9" porcelain plate dating to the late 19th century. Skillfully painted with large cabbage roses in various shades of pink, rose and white with green leaves. Lovely scalloped shaped plate with gold on rim and touches of gold decoration below the rim. Rosenthal china co. early green stamp with crown and RC and Bavaria on reverse. Most decorative to display or use for crumpets, cookies, or other delectable tea food like Grandma used to do! I love this plate! E ...click for details
Featuring an 8" scalloped all hand painted plate with ornate fancy brushed gold boarder, and a spray of goose berries and leaves. Exquisitely painted, this was a fashionable craft for talented ladies to do in the United States at the turn of the 20th century. The artist's initials are seen at the base of the branch,"I.M.H." and on the reverse, the initial "H". There is no maker's mark for the type of porcelain it is, which is surprising, but it is obviously a L ...click for details
Featuring a very pretty 9" French Limoges plate, hand painted with pink flowers and an ornate gold rococo border. Stamped with green mark MR France patent applied for. MR is the mark for M. Martial Redon was a fine maker/decorator of Limoges china and his company was founded in 1853. This plate was probably imported into the USA around 1900 as a plain white blank, and then an American lady painted it. Painting china was a popular past time of refined, artistic ladies at that time. Excellen ...click for details