Slight chip to spout and three small chips to cover. A small unglazed area at the shoulder shows slightly darker in pic 2. No other faults.
The plate is larger than normal and completely undamaged despite enamel losses as shown, with some evidence of earlier attempts to restore the enamel loss, eroded over time. No other faults.
No damage. There is an area of white paint on the base surrounding the drainage hole.
Both arms of the figure are broken. No other faults.
Losses- chiefly to the woollen background, though some areas of the silks are also worn ( stems of the plants mainly). Overall condition of the embroidery is good. Dimensions: 175cm. x 45 cm. c.1900. The cover is backed with linen.
A few very small glaze chips. Slight kiln grit adhering to base. No other faults.
4 in. crack to the rim. Some chipping to rim. No other faults.
Some wear to gilding. Two of the feet have been resoldered in place (one of them with additional traces of glue).
No faults. A couple of tiny glaze nibbles to reverse (due to plate hanger)
Minor enamel loss to the centre of one plate. One with a 3cm. rim hairline, the other with a 4.5 cm. crack in the centre. No other faults.
Small rim chip. Another to the footrim. No other faults.
Short (1.8 cm.) hairline crack and a couple of minuscule nibbles. Slight chip to footrim. No other faults.
The vase is generally in very good condition with its original gilding intact. However there is one small area on the neck where a flaw or knock has been filled with red wax. No other faults.
The rims- relatively thin- are slightly wonky. No other faults.
Five short hairline cracks to rim, the longest 4.0 cm. Typical discolouration, glaze crawling within the mouth. The casual manner of their potting and luting is part of the charm and aesthetic of these jars.