A German porcelain Turkish market bowl and cover decorated with floral sprays and a lemon finial on an orange scale ground with gilding. Imitation Meissen Marcolini mark in underglaze blue to base. Possibly Vienna . Diameter: 13.5 cm.c. 1800.
A German Westerwald tankard with pewter cover, the central band decorated with reserves of stylised flowers and stars within a rhomboid border. The pewter cover with a shell-shaped thumbpiece. Height (excl. lid): 15.0 cm. Early 18th cent.
Excellent condition without damage. Good strong cobalt blue, the cover slightly loose.
A rare group of four polychrome Dutch delft tiles decorated with tulips, grapes and pomegranate, the corner motif forming an eight-pointed star. Netherlands, early seventeenth century. Three, each approx. 13 cm. square.
One tile substantially trimmed. Chips and losses as shown. No breaks or repairs.