Offered here is a vintage 8-piece French porcelain breakfast set with bright enameled flowers and butterflies on a white ground with a yellow edge. The set consists of a coffeepot, creamer and sugar bowl with a lid, cup and saucer, and a breakfast plate with a glass dome. The set bears the A. Giraud & Cie mark, which, along with the other marks, dates it to between 1967 and 1979. It is in perfect condition.
Offered here is a very lovely majolica plate in an asparagus and shell motif. The colors are luscious greens, pinks and purple on a cream ground. The shell forms are moulded depressions for sauces. The plate is a generous 10" in diameter. No cracks, chips or repairs, only some glaze gaps along the high ridges of the shells, light crazing, and slight discoloration near one edge.
Here we have a 19th century French Louis style charger in blue and white transferware. It has charming designs of a haystack, farming implements, laurel and other motifs that are typical of Louis XV style. It has a scalloped edge and measures 12" in diameter. There is light wear to the edge, minor knife marks in the center, and one pin head size glaze gap on the edge, but no chips, cracks or repairs. It is marked on the bottom S&G. Kovel's shows an S&G mark for an Austrian ...click for details
Here we have a lovely pair of hand painted Old Paris scent bottles dating to the late 19th century. The two bottles are identical, each having dark green panels painted with a little spray of roses and other flowers. The stopper of each bottle is dark green with a spray of roses also. The corners of the bottles are notched with gilt enameling and the top is gilt enameled in a foliate design. One bottle is perfect. The other has had some rubbing of the gilding at the opening, and appears to ...click for details