Lovely blue Staffordshire transferware platter marked Davenport circa 18335. Measures 18 3/4 x 15. This platter is in beautiful condition with no chips cracks or repairs of any kind. The front depicts a oriental chinoiserie scene.
Extra large size well and tree staffordshire turkey platter with deep well in medium blue. This platter measures 21 1/4" x 17 1/2" x 3" and depicts a lovely allegorical scene. There is a tiny chip to the underside of the foot on the bottom of the platter that does not detract. This platter has no cracks, dirt or restoration of any kind.
Beautiful staffordshire transferware platter with romantic genre scene of a woman who appears to be feeding a man with a crutch. Platter measures 18 1/4 x 14 1/4. No chips cracks or restoration of any kind. There is a small stilt mark on the front of the platter, which is photographed. The color is medium to dark blue. Platter circa 1830
Hollow cut american silhouette of Rufus Sikes, done in 1829 when he was 30 years of age. This portrait was cut by an unknown person know as "the letterpress artist of Connecticut" who used the letterpress technique to identify his sitters.
The silhouette is mounted in a mahogany frame of the period, but may not be original to the silhouette. The silhouette is in very good condition, but the paper shows some discoloration as seen in the photo, possibly caused by being mounted in a ...click for details
Pair of cut silhouettes done by famous silhouette artist, Master Hubbard. Circa 1830-40, they depict Jane Beckley and her mother Mrs. Beckley. Only one is stamped with the Hubard Gallery mark. Gilded glass mat and maple frames. Excellent condition
Lovely oval map sampler of England and Wales backed in linen, and conservation mounted to an oval board. It is unframed. This sampler is circa 1825 and done by Ann Bryant, who embroidered her name in the bottom left of the sampler. Map samplers were done as a form of advanced needlework to teach stitching and geography as well. This is a lovely example with silk embroidered flowers around the outside edge. It is in very good condition, with only a small hole (visible in the last photo), whi ...click for details
Lovely early Montereau french transferware plate depicting the Porte St. Martin, otherwise known as the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, built by Napoleon to commemorate his great victories.
This plate measures 9 ¾” which is larger than the Creil and Montereau plates you normally see. It is in perfect condition, with a flat rimless bottom and the impressed Montereau mark, circa 1835.
Lovely early Montereau french transferware plate depicting the Eglise de la Sorbonne in Paris, now part of the University of Paris, and the home of the tomb of Cardinal Richelieu.
This plate measures 9 ¾” which is larger than the Creil and Montereau plates you normally see. It is in perfect condition, with a flat rimless bottom and the impressed Montereau mark, circa 1830.