Wedgwood Covered Dish, Blue Willow Pattern, Porcelain, England
This exquisite covered vegetable dish will grace any dining room and, is ideal for showing off at dinner parties! The lid and dish are a lobed rectangular form. The handle atop the lid is in the form of flared feathers. Wedgwood decorates the work in the classic Blue Willow pattern. This pattern is no longer in production and, it is highly collectabl ...click for details
Semi-Vitnious Porcelain Mug, Welsh Heritage Motif, 19th Century
This stylized white porcelain mug has a low and wide profile. The handle has a high and ornate arch. The foot, the rim and, the handle are all accented with a ribbon of gold leaf. This work features two vignettes. One side shows a Welsh Lord and Lady in traditional Welsh garb. They are on horseback riding away from a group of townspeople. A ch ...click for details
A Hand Painted Pipe Rest and Match Strike Holder, Limoges, France, circa 1900
This elegant and unusual smoking collectible is hand painted with dogwood blossoms over a green translucent glaze on a body with raised work of S and C scrolls. The verso is unmarked except for the initials of the artist E.M.F.
A Double Handle Bowl, Hand Painted by Quimper, French early 20th Century
This item is the epitome of country French. This ceramic bowl with its yellow glaze and hand painted design of stylized foliage and bold bands in blue, green and burnt orange on the exterior and a country gentleman in the interior. The verso is marked HB, Quimper, France.
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A Set of Five Fish Shaped Porcelain Bone Dishes, Japan, 19th Century
This set of five fish shaped dishes are traditionally used in a place setting as a place to deposit fish bones. In a modern context, they would be delightful as a soy dish or chopstick rest. Each dish is in an ovoid fish shape. The head and gills enclose one side of the dish. The body of the fish is absent, allowing the shallow part of the dish ...click for details
A Meissen Full Ivy Covered Serving Dishes, Germany
This is an elegant addition to any dinner table. The Rectangular-serving dish has a conforming lid. The dish has a scalloped rim with a green pin striped band and a green grape leaf border with scrolling tendrils and various sized leaves. The lid is similarly decorated with a larger leaf motif. The reverse is marked with blue cross sword for Meissen. The under ...click for details
A Meissen Full Ivy Gravy Boat, Germany
This is an elegant addition to any dinner table. The oval lid with 18th century style scrolling knop picked out in green centers an oval lid with green pin striped banding and green grape leaf border with scrolling tendrils and various sized leaves. The lid fits into a conforming bowl with attached under-plate, similarly decorated. The reverse is marked with blue cross sword for Meissen. I believe this piece is transfer and hand decorated.
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A Meissen Full Ivy Round Platter, Germany
This is an elegant addition to any dinner table. The round platter has a scalloped rim with a green pin striped band and a green grape leaf border with scrolling tendrils and various sized leaves. The reverse is marked with Meissen's blue cross sword. I believe this piece is transfer and hand decorated.
Size: 2 high, 12 wide
An American Woman of leisure probably painted the lovely plate. The plate consists of a strawberry vine full of foliage, berries, and blossoms. The plate is trimmed in gold and signed (not legible). The bottom is marked J & C, Lousie, Bavaria.
Size: 9 1/8 diameter
The plate is molded with a basket weave border and scalloped edges with strawberries in relief. The back is impressed with the numbers 24.
Condition: Excellent, small rim chip to foot
Size: 6 ¾ diameter