A bronze mounted Sevres porcelain dish showing a couple in a romantic scene. Embossed with several marking on the bottom. 1- marked in blue with interlaced "L" S. 2- marked "CHATEAU DES TUILERIES" in a crown and circle. 3- marked in blue FRANCE. ...click for details
This is a wonderful collection of fine porcelain "biscuit" Monks. Made in Holland (The Netherlands) in the late 19 th. Century. This set includes five porcelain "biscuit" figures: Monk #1 seated at a table, 6" height. Monk #2 standing with a ...click for details
French enameled ceramic vase depicting colorful floral decorations. Late 19th Century, early 20th Century. Mark on the bottom reads SOCIETE DES FAIENCERIES LONGWY (FRANCE), please see photos. Measures: 9.25" (23.49 cm) height X 3.75" (9.52 cm) diameter.
A Sevres biscuit with male and female figures in a romantic arrangement showing finely detailed. Excellent table decoration. Mark and number on the bottom. 19th Century. Dimensions: 7.08" (18 cm) height X 7.87" (20 cm) length X 6.10" (15.5 cm) width.
Imposing italian porcelain Capo di Monte coffer. Borders, clasp and hinges are made of bronze. Mark on the bottom. The Capo di Monte was established in the mid. 1700's by King Charles of Naples, this explaining the "N" mark above the crown. Circa 1900. Dimensions: 11.80" (30 cm) length X 7.3" (18.5 cm) width X 3.90" (10 cm) height.
Hexagonal box nicely decorated along the borders of the box. The top of the box displays a fine representation of St. Peter's square in Vatican City crafted with Venetian mosaics. A black onyx border surrounds the portrait. The inner part of the lid contains the inscription of C ROCCHECCIANI ROMA. Circa 1900. Measures: Diameter edge to edge: approx 3.25" (8 cm)
Magnificent large French amphora. The finely detailed enamel scenary was made utilizing "petit poi" method. The ornate base is made of bronze. Measures: 12.5" (approx. 32 cm) length X 9" (aprox 23 cm) diameter.
Lovely pair of Italian Porcelain Capo di Monte amphoras. The exquisite scenaries are painted by hand.The seal is located at the bottom of each amphora. The Capo di Monte was established in the mid 1700's by King Charles of Naples, this explaining the "N" seal above the crown. Measures: approx. 10.5"(26.5cm) height, diameter from the top: 5.75" (14.5 cm), base: 4.5" length X 4.5" (appro ...click for details
Exquisitely hand painted Sevres porcelain card/candy dish. Romantic scene showing couple playing the flute (signed). Base and handles are made in bronze, cobalt blue border with golden decorations. Back side shows two seals. We believe that this dish was crafted for The Castle of The Tulleries, Paris. Diameter: 7.5".