Condition: no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. Very slight gilding wear...
Condition; Both have chips on the base and roughness from throwing on the mouth. Both have later marking on the base with a magic marker.
Condition: No chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs...
Condition: no chips, cracks or repairs. The green enamel has flaked off in a couple of places...
A soft paste porcelain dinner plate unmarked, but probably Minton. In the “feuille de choux” pattern with hand painted flowers, blue accents and heavy gilding. These knock offs of 18th century Sevres were popular from the mid 19th century (c.1850) onwards and Minton made many of the very good ones...
Pair of plates with a slightly scalloped body decorated with blue transfer printed outer border of small four petal flowers enclosing a wide border of scrolling flowers and in the center of the plate the outer border repeated around a sprig of similar flowers. Heavy pottery with printed mongram, impressed triangle and date letters J and K for 1888 and 1889. 10 ¼ inch (26 cm.) diameter.
Condition: no chips, crac...
A pair of porcelain dinner plates with a narrow border of blue dots in gilt ovals encircled by gilt lines, a narrow gilt floral border at the inside of the rim centering a large delicate letter, “N” composed of garlands of hand painted flowers. Both borders are well known on Doccia porcelain and while numerous factories did initials and single letters so did Doccia. The porcelain is typically slightly grey and creamy. 9 ½ inches (24 c...