A Hand Painted Cider / Water Pitcher, Tiger Lily Limoges, France circa 1910
The cylindrical and flaring form has a generous spout and a “C” shaped gilt handle. The body is hand painted with a red tiger lily flower on each side along with its green grass like foliage. The body is enhanced with wide bands of gilt trim. The verso is marked “Limoges, France, WG&Co. along with another stamp that is hard to read bu ...click for details
The hand thrown body with a shapely form is hand painted in blues, mustard yellow, greens and black. The foot rim and top rim are similarly decorated with altertaning blue trifolie leaves and mustard yellow arrows. The front of the vase has a large reserve depicting a rurual sceen with a young girl, a woman and infant in a flock of sheep. The seserve is sourounded ...click for details
A Child’s Tea Service, Humphrey’s Clock by Ridgways, England, 19th Century
The set includes a teapot, creamer, sugar bowl and six cups and saucers. The set is decorated in a blue transferware depicting life in a small village. The teapot is marked “Nell’s Lonely Walk” while each of the pieces are not identical they all are charming village scenes. The verso is marked with a large factory mark “Ridgeway, Humphrey, ...click for details
The perfect accent for any room is this classic Blue Willow pattern platter. The chinosire motif of trees, gardens and bridge is framed by a generous border of geometric scrollwork, spheres, foliage and flowers over a diaper pattern. The verso is marked with a 20th century retail tag.
A Blue Willow Platter, Longton, J T Hudden & Company, England
The rectangular platter with rounded corners is transfer decorated in the classic Blue Willow style. The verso is stamped in blue “J T Hudden & Co. Longton within a round medallion. The platter is fitted with a custom hanger.
A Blue and White Platter, Triumphal Car, Scotland, circa 1870
The rectangular platter with slightly scalloped rim is decorated in an allegorical motif in a lighter blue transfer. The verso is marked with a factory mark in blue “Triumphal Car, J & MP B & C.” with an impressed oval mark centered by a crown over the word “ROYAL.”
A Large Antique Blue Willow Transfer Decorated Platter, 19th Century
The molded rectangular platter with rounded corners is centered by the classic chinoiserie motif called Blue Willow. The wide rim is decorated in geometric scroll work, round spheres and lattice work. The verso is marked with an impressed crown.