Offered here is a very large and early flow blue well and tree meat platter. Wonderful dark blue color. The registry mark dates it to 1848, and it is marked Copeland Late Spode. It is in fine condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. There is some toning in the well.
I have two of these, priced individually. These are charming French majolica plates from Carole Stupell Ltd. in Manhattan, circa 1960-70. Excellent condition with only miniscule frits on edges, approximately 7" by 7.5".
here we have a stunning candlestick in cobalt blue and ivory in a rather whimsical design. It is in faience, or tin glazed earthenware, and I believe it to be late 19th century. Faience is brittle, so there are some chips in the glaze of course, but we overlook the small issues in this type of ware. The candlestick stands 10" and is 4.75" at the base. There is a monogram on the bottom and ITALIA.
Offered here is a perfectly lovely small agateware bowl in wonderful colors of yellow, green, black and sort of rose. The bowl is thinly potted and the glaze is smooth and shiney. The bowl is raised up an a short pedestal base. The interior of the bowl is mottled, as is the underside of the foot. It almost looks like a signature or a maker's mark on the bottom, but if it is, it's impossible to make out. There is one tiny (old) flake on the rim. You'll notice in the pictures some ...click for details
These wonderful little French cachepots have among their many attributes the fabulous colors of yellow and puce. Each little pot has a different scene painted in this wonderful color on the front and the back, and each pot has slightly different scenes than the other. We have little fat cherubs on one side and a serene little landscape on the other. Under each painting is a swag of tiny unglazed white porcelain flowers and leaves, hand formed mind you, not molded, and they are kind of caught ...click for details
Here we have a fine looking vase in the certainly Arts and Crafts style, and it looks to be of the period. It has this luscious thick green matte crackle glaze that sort of bubbles over dark brown at the bottom. The interior is a buff colored glaze. The vase is hand thrown and the form is very simple, only slightly flared at the top. It is signed on the bottom with the incised initials LTL. The vase is 5.5" tall. I believe it dates to around 1920. I'm going to say it is English p ...click for details
Offered here is a lovely pair of flower form comports that we believe to be early 20th century. They are the naturalistic style typical of the Art Nouveau period and are a delicate porcelain in a celadon color with rose colored tips and veining. The comports are approximately 4.5" high and about 4.5" across the top as well. There is slight roughness in some areas of edges of the petals, otherwise they are in fine condition.
Offered here is a superb Miles Mason figural plate, which is one of two I have for sale. This one has the impressed mark, M. MASON. The pattern is very similar to the New Hall pattern referred to as The Boy in the Window, with the same great colors of orange and pink predominately. It is in excellent condition and dates to 1800.
Offered here is one of two fine figural plates by Miles Mason in colors and motif that are similar to the New Hall Boy in the Window pattern. The colors are wonderful, and actually a little more intense than my monitor is showing. There is some kiln trash under the enameling, mostly on the back, but a couple of spots are visible on the front as well. Also some very slight rubbing to the enameling at about 9 o'clock on the front, but really the plate is in fine condition for such an early p ...click for details
These wonderful plates are French majolica, made sometime between about 1900 and 1930. They are each in the form and color of a deep sea scallop shell. The deep coral color in the center of the plate fades to a lighter color towards the rim. Each plate is about 6" in diameter, each has a little crazing in the glaze (almost invisible), and each is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. Priced individually. (Two left.)