This blanc de chine Dresden group by Carl Thieme is exquisite in every detail. The group is of a woman with two boys on either side, one holding flowers and reaching to her around a lamb; the other boy is sitting down with a lamb on his lap. In front and behind of the woman are two girls with baskets of flowers. Thieme is noted for attention to detail as can be seen in the dainty execution and exactitude of even the smallest petal. C. 1920. 7 1/2"h x 6 1/4"diam. It is in excellent ...click for details
A most unusual example of late 19th century French majolica made in Sarreguemines, France. The fan shaped centerpiece has a vibrant hand painted floral decoration that is similar on both sides. Some of the gilting around the top is slightly worn, indicative of its age. It measures 13 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 6". In overall excellent condition.