An English antique lay down porcelain china shell scent bottle with sterling silver screw on top. Hand painted. 2.25" high x 1 7/8' wide. Sterling top stamped DL, anchor, lion and V. Dates 1920. Excellent condition. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back providing item returned in sent condition within 3 days of receipt. Sales tax charged if sold in NY state unless valid sales NY state sales tax number and form provided.
Featuring a small rare English figural antique porcelain scent bottle, realistically modeled to resemble a filbert nut by McIntyre & Co. of Burslem. Screw on sterling cover assayed by "C.S. F.S.", date mark, lion and regional stamp. Circa 1890. It measure 1 1/2" long and is in excellent condition with no restorations or damages. The shading in the porcelain is excellent. These figural scent bottles are hard to come by in porcelain. The English registry mark is on the base(see ...click for details
Featuring an absolutely gorgeous museum quality antique Minton china compote with pierced rim, all hand painted with beautiful shading and detail in the lush grapes, stem and leaves and also, with some raised enamel. So artistic and just superb workmanship. This piece is not marked except for a hand painted red "k". But I guarantee it is Minton, as it is from a matching set with other pieces that were impressed with Minton, and English registry stamp. Dates to the third quarter of the ...click for details
Featuring a small rare English speckled brown on cream color porcelain scent bottle realistically modeled to resemble a birds egg by McIntyre &Co. of Burslem. Screw on top assayed by "C.S. F.S.", date mark "r" (1881-1882) and anchor(Birmingham). The top is engraved with initials "LS" or whatever you might like them to be. It measure 1 1/2" long and is in perfect condition. This could be a wren's egg, but I am not an expert on birds eggs per se. I do k ...click for details
Featuring a small rare English figural antique porcelain scent bottle, realistically modeled to resemble a blue robin's egg by McIntyre & Co. of Burslem. Screw on sterling cover assayed by "C.S. F.S.", date mark(r), lion and anchor, Birmingham (regional stamp). Circa 1890. It measures 1 1/4" long. In very good condition, but there are some faint craze lines(not cracks)in the porcelain, two on the body, and one near the neck. This often happens with English ceramics and doe ...click for details
Fine hand painted Pitcher with sprays of flowers including nasturtiums, and various other flowers in shades of lavender to pink, and blue all on a cream colored back ground. The rich gold gilding on the handle, rim of spout, foot and accents on the flowers is in excellent condition as is the entire piece. It is much larger than the average size one would usually see, and measures 7" tall and approximately 6" in diameter including the handle. Truly a beautiful piece.Circa 1880. 3 day re ...click for details
Small 19th century red stoneware cabinet unsigned Wedgwood type 3 3/16" spill vase. Gorgeous enameling art work with bird flying over stone wall, turret and sky and beautiful green foliage. Exquisite roses and floral arrangement on reverse. Excellent condition with no chips, damages, restorations, or cracks. This piece is not marked so it is probably not Wedgwood but was produced by another company in Staffordshire. It could have been decorated by a talented amateur artist ex-factory or ev ...click for details