6 Inches Exceptional artistry,signed
The figures are nicely done, all hand painted on good quality porcelain ground. The blue and white goes well with Country French, formal or even Asian blue and white decor.
Shade measures about 81/2"(21.50cm)
Condition: Excellent. No chips or frits. Appropriate wear for period. Small loss of gilt on rim.
Too cute,these figurines are very different from your typical pair of menacing Chinese Foos. Great for the Foo Fancier, or dog collector.
Scrolled rosewood Stand included.
Rosewood shelf is not presently available.
Dimensions: Height 2 1/2" and 2"
Condition: Excellent, no chips or damage
The artist, Charles Emile Jacques was born in France in 1813 and died in 1894, he was noted for his paintings of animals, especially farm animals.
Jacques was part of the Barbizon school, a movement of painters named after the village of Barbizon near Fontaine Bleau forest, France. The back of the canvas has the stencil mark "P.Briautt 2 Rue du Louvre, Paris" the name of the canvas supplier. (Circa 1880) Dimensions:Frame Height 32.7x 40 inches (83cm x 99cm)
Canvas inches x 29.9 inches 61cm x76 cm Width 76cm (29.9 inches) Condition, very good, some restoration to the frame.
Condition: Good. One rim chip, visible in photos.
Diameter 3 1/2"(9cm)
Condition: Very Good, with museum quality restoration.
The ovoid tea jar has a soft mellow patina and beautifully worked hammered copper details. This tea caddy in Ginger jar form is a rare find as early pewter was frequently resmelted to make bullets and other lead implements as needed.
Dimensions: Height 5"(12.50cm)
Condition: Excellent Beautiful for period
Exceptional size a truly stellar find.
This plate is guaranteed to be of the period. Dimensions: Diameter 16"(40.50cm)
Condition: Excellent. Some sand pitting in the lower central plate with a few glaze flaws (see photos). Some small rim frits. No hairlines, chips or other damage.
Condition: Excellent, and exceptional for the period. Interior is used, blackened as appropriate for period. Normal wear, no significant losses to enamels, or significant damage. There is appropriate wear, a few small dents to soft bronze areas Please view all photos. More photos upon request.
Dimensions: Height 22"(56cm) to top of finial on lid
Width: 18"(46cm) including dragon head mounts
The interior shows much use, and overall condition of the brazier is excellent, with only minor chips to enamel, and wear to be expected in a work of this age.
Dimensions: 4 1/2"(11.5cm) height
Condition: excellent, signed reverse, England
The Guanyin Goddess is mounted on a reticulated brass base, with brass fittings. There is no damage to the porcelain statue as the post is mounted behind the porcelain figuriene.
The lamp is as originally wired. I use it regularly in my home. The beige Pongee silk shade and brass Chinese finial is included. Dimensions: 11"(the figure)height 22" with the harp Condition: Excellent, no damage, no losses or chips