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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1346763 (stock #DRES-002)
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$1,200.00
These 3 hand-painted porcelain dessert platters were produced by the Carl Thieme Saxony Porcelain Company in Dresden, Germany circa 1900. Each plate is reticulated (pierced) at the rim in 4 places, and the plate is delicately, expertly and liberally painted with a variety of colorful florals. Hand-painted gold accents embellish the outer and inner rims, as well as the platter’s center with leaf, dotting, and latticework motifs...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1346380 (stock #DRES-001)
JJ Oriental
$2,400.00
Set of 6 hand-painted, gilded Dresden cups & saucers by Richard Wehsener (each item individually hand-signed R. Wehsener, except 1 saucer). They were produced in the Wehsener Porcelain Company in Dresden, Germany and had a reputation for excellence in design. The beautifully lobed cups and scalloped saucers are exquisitely decorated with colorful hand-painted garlands of flowers and accents of gold on the handle, inner and outer rims...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pressed Glass : Pre 1920 item #1330659 (stock #GLASS-010)
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A. H. Heisey & Company beautiful pressed glass pitcher with open work silver floral design on the rim. The bottom has the "H" maker's mark inclosed in a diamond shape. Age: Pre 1920. Size: H.23cm. Diameter at the base. 13cm. Condition: Almost mint. Some minor scratches on the bottom.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Pewter : Pre 1900 item #1301763 (stock #PEWT-002)
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A Britannia metal coffee pot made by E. Stacy & Son, successors to John Vickers, Britannia Place, Sheffield. See stamp on the bottom of the pot. Britannia metal is an alloy that was invented by John Vickers to replace the expensive pewter in 1745. Britannia metal gradually started to replace pewter from about 1780. Size: H. 26cm. W. 20cm. Condition: No repairs. Some dents in the metal. See photos.