Condition: No chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs. There are some knife scratches and gilding wear...
Condition: Slight discoloration on bottom. No chips, cracks, or repairs.
The teapot stand is an attractive shape with a nice contrast between the painting and molding.
Late 18th or early 19th century tall porcelain pear shaped coffee pot with a flat lid topped with a pointed knop. The form is typical of Doccia of this period though the hexagonal spout is unusual. On the underside is the incised letter, "P." Otherwise unmarked. Decorated in light purple accents with a bouquet of flowers on either side and random sprigs of flowers. 10 inches (25.5cm) tall, approx...
Condition: Chipped foot with slight discoloration on foot, otherwise nice.
The master salt is made in an unusual form with bright decoration.
Condition: The lid has no damage and slight wear to the gilding on one edge...
Condition: Overall excellent condition with one professional darned repair on the border between one star and cross (see close up image)...
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; some surface rust and wear to the highlights.
Interesting and humorous, perhaps the tsuba of a shy child now a samurai.
Condition: No chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs. Slight wear to the gilding...