Large Sitzenforf figurine, pair of graceful musicians, one playing an instrument and the other reading a music book. The man and woman are in richly colored garb with flowers at their feet. Mark on bottom. 11” high, 13” wide. C1850.
A most unusual art form, this precocious terra-cotta figure of a girl holding a doll is framed in a natural nautilus shell, resting on a free form terra-cotta base. Signed "Reguay' on the reverse. It is in excellent condition with some minor chipping on the base which is consistent with its age. It appears to have been made C. 1900 and measures 7 1/2" tall.
Magnificent porcelain centerpiece in chinoserie style, fashionable in the West in late 18th, early 19th centuries. The piece is from the estate of an antique dealer who purchased it in Ireland in the early '60s. The blue under glaze mark is similar to Berlin, Limbach or Wallendorf C. 1800. It measures 15 1/2" tall and 11" diameter at the top & has minor chipping, consistent within its age. Upon close inspection, one of the ladies' hands & one of the boy's may have ...click for details
Unusual flow blue souvenir plate of the Whited Mountains, New Hampshire. The center of the plate has an image of Old Man Of The Mountains and the four images on the rim are: The Top House Mount Washington, The Flume Frankonia Notch, Crawford Notch, and Jacob's Ladder Mount Washington. The 9" plate was made by Rowland & Marsellus, Staffordshire, England and is in excellent condition.
Rare piece of early Royal Vienna C. 1820. Figurine is of a cherub and young boy, both reading. There are some imperfections in the branches and the cherub's pen and an early repair to one of the branches, consistent with its age. It is approximately 12 inches high and 5.5 inches across at the base.
Lovely 19th century German pearl glaze cup & saucer. The cylindrical shaped cup has applied gilt berries and cranberry leaves on a mint green background. In excellent condition, the cup measures3 1/4" x3 1/4' . The saucer is 5 7/8".
Delightful 19th C. pearl glaze cup and saucer. The footed cup is in mint green with applied bows in yellow attached by gold bead garlands. Cranberry highlights the cup . The interior is mostly gilded. Excellent condition. The cup measures 3 1/2" x 3". The saucer is 6"
Beautiful 19th century German demitasse cup and saucer. The near clover shaped cup on legs is sky blue with gilt. The cup measures 2 1/2" diameter and 2 1/4" tall. The matching saucer is 4 3/4" in diameter. Condition is excellent.
Set of six Weimar, Germany Oyster plates 8.5 inches in diameter,in mint condition. Roses are "rose" colored with green leaves and slightly lighter, brighter shade of green as accent color; background is white. There are three small gilt flowers (possibly daisies) on white background as well.