Judith Ravnitzky, specialist in European porcelain and fine glass Judith Ravnitzky
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1291868 (stock #G418)
Judith Ravnitzky
$695.00
This pair of porcelain plates was produced in England by Coalport in the 1890s. They measure 9 ¼ inches in diameter. The porcelain is molded with an ornate ruffled border. The center of each plate has a miniature landscape painting surrounded by a gilded cartouche. The border has scallops, frills, flowers and even a suggestion of coral. There are accents of gilding throughout. The plates are so representative of Victorian taste. They will display beautifully on a wall or in a breakfront. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1291866 (stock #G417)
Judith Ravnitzky
$895.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Germany by the Meissen factory in the late 19th century. It has the crossed swords mark under the glaze and it is the first quality mark. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 7/8 inches high not counting the handle. It is made of the finest quality porcelain ever produced by Western manufacturers. The cup is shaped with a pedestal base and very unusual handle. The set is decorated in a style originating from the Asian culture known as “Kakiemon.” There are stylized flowers hand painted in vivid colors and a flying rooster. The borders are ornately painted. There are gilded accents and trim on both pieces. This is an extremely rare find for a discerning collector of cups and saucers or Meissen. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1290681 (stock #G416)
Judith Ravnitzky
$145.00
This porcelain cup with lid or pot de creme was produced in Germany by the Carl Thieme Dresden Studio around 1900. The cup measures 3 1/2 inches high, including the lid and the opening has a diameter of 2 inches. The lid has a molded fruit as the finial. The handle on the cup is split and entwined in a unique way. The pot de creme is intricately hand painted with bands of tiny flowers and fancy gilding. There is a great deal of fine detail. If you collect pot de creme pots you are sure to like this one. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1290636 (stock #G415)
Judith Ravnitzky
$495.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Austria by the Ernst Wahliss Studio between 1897 and 1906. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/4 inches and the cup is 1 3/4 inches high. The ground color is light mint green. The set is decorated in art nouveau style. There is a charming girl in a bonnet expertly hand painted on the cup. Elaborate raised gold decoration surrounds her. The saucer has the same gilding around the rim. The handle and rims are trimmed with gold. The workmanship is quite similar to painting done by the KPM factory at that time. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1290520 (stock #G414)
Judith Ravnitzky
$495.00
This porcelain trembleuse demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Germany by the Helena Wolfsohn Studio in the 1890s. The saucer has a diameter of 3 1/2 inches and is 1 inch high. The cup is 1 5/8 inches high and has a diameter of 1 3/4 inches. The rare feature of this set is that there is a raised gallery on the saucer that holds the cup in place. Trembleuse is the word the French used to describe a saucer that would keep the cup from falling off of it. The set is beautifully hand painted in the Meissen style. It has little vignettes of lovers in garden scenes framed by colorful flowers. The rims are trimmed with lacy gilding. There are gilded accents on the handle and gallery on the saucer. This type of cup and saucer is uncommon and finding a demitasse size is even more unique.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1289674 (stock #G413)
Judith Ravnitzky
$195.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in England by Shelley around 1900. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/2 inches high. It is made of fine, white bone china. The set is decorated with a transfer design of large cabbage roses that are painted over by hand. The set is richly gilded with much detail. Youwill love displaying or using this lovely cup and saucer. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1289463 (stock #G412)
Judith Ravnitzky
$295.00
This porcelain chocolate cup and saucer was produced in Germany by the Donath Dresden decorating studio in the 1890s. The saucer has a diameter of 4 7/8 inches and the cup is 2 3/4 inches high. The set is made of fine, translucent porcelain. The cup has a scalloped foot and flares at the rim. It has a blown out shape. The saucer has a scalloped rim. It is decorated in ornate Meissen style. Delicate little hand painted flowers are scattered across the porcelain. Intricate gilding with raised beads blend beautifully with the floral decoration. There is lacy gold trim just inside the rim of the cup and the handle is coated in gold. This delicate cup and saucer is reminiscent of the Victorian era. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1288570 (stock #G408a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
These 4 porcelain ramekins with under plates were produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges around 1900. The under plates are 4 5/8 inches in diameter and the cups are 3 3/4 inches in diameter. Both pieces have scalloped edges with double gold trim. The cups are molded with ribs giving them a flower shape. Both pieces are decorated with a transfer design of trailing vines and delicate pastel colored flowers. The cups are decorated inside and out. They have the sweetness of spring in their subtle design. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1288566 (stock #408)
Judith Ravnitzky
$3,950.00
These 8 porcelain plates were produced in Germany by Meissen in the 1890s. They measure 9 1/8 inches in diameter. They have a flat rim and are slightly indented in the middle. The plates are made of fine quality porcelain and are quite substantial in weight. The plates feature portraits of different animals in wonderful detail. The painting is so fine that you can see every whisker and strand of fur. The artist captured the true character as naturally as if they were photographed. There is a gilded accent and gold trim on the rims. It is really difficult to pick out a favorite. They are all so fantastic they look like they would come to life. Condition: Excellent first quality.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1288564 (stock #G407)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1,295.00
This porcelain cup and saucer was produced in Germany by Meissen in the 1860s. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and the cup measures 3 inches high. It is made of the finest quality porcelain. Both pieces have high relief molding with scenes of frolicking gods and cherubs in similar style to Capodimonte in Italy. The hand painting is superb and the colors are vivid. The handle on the cup is shaped like a piece of coral. The rims are trimmed with gold. This cup and saucer is a rare find for the discerning collector. Condition: Excellent. It is first quality.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1286587 (stock #G406)
Judith Ravnitzky
$2,495.00
This set of 12 bird plates was produced in England by the Cauldon factory in the 1890s. The plates measure 8 3/4 inches in diameter. They are made of fine, white bone china. The edges of the plates are fluted and the porcelain has a molded swirl design that is accented with gilding. The centers of the plates are expertly hand painted by the renowned artist, James Birbeck, who specialized in painting game birds. They are painted in fine detail and vivid color and are named on the back of each plate. The manner in which Birbeck painted the landscapes and sky shows his fine artistic abilities. The birds are shown in their individual natural enviorment. Every plate has some wonderful story to tell. Condition: 11 of the plates are virtually unused and in excellent condition. 1 plate has minor use wear to the center. The gilding on all of the plates is intact. There is no crazing in the glaze on any of the plates.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1286585 (stock #G405)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain bowl was produced in the United States by the Pickard Studio between 1903 and 1905. It is signed Shoner for the artist Otto Shoner. The bowl measures 7 1/2 inches in diameter, handles not included. There are “wish-bone” handles on each side of this scalloped and blown out bowl. The blank originally came Tressemann and Vogt Limoges, France and was decorated at the Pickard Studio. The painting is in the art nouveau style. Brightly colored tulips spill across the porcelain. There is a wide gold border with hand painted accents. It is vibrant and exciting to see. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1286448 (stock #G404)
Judith Ravnitzky
$495.00
This porcelain flower pot with under plate was produced at the Meissen Factory in Germany between the 1890s and 1910. The under plate has a diameter of 7 1/2 inches and the pot measures 6 1/4 inches high and 7 1/4 inches in diameter. The porcelain is quite substantial and heavy. The pot is pierced in the bottom to let water drain. It is hand painted with vividly colored bunches of roses on both sides. There are little rose buds around the edge of the under plate. The rims are trimmed with gold. From my experience, this appears to be a rather uncommon object made by Meissen. They took a utilitarian object and created an elegant flower pot. Condition: Excellent. It was gently used.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1286446 (stock #G403)
Judith Ravnitzky
$250.00
This 3-piece porcelain demitasse cup, saucer and plate was produced by the Pickard Studio between 1903 and 1905. The cup has the initials “MK” that stand for the artist Maxwell Rean Klipphahn, one of Pickard’s best painters. The plate has a diameter of 6 inches, the saucer is 5 1/4 inches in diameter and the cup is 2 5/8 inches high. The plate came from Haviland Limoges and the saucer was from Ohme, Silesia, Germany. Pickard purchased the unpainted porcelain and decorated it at their studio in Chicago. This set is decorated in the art nouveau style. Purple violets flow across the gold embellished surfaces. It is so delightful to see the delicate feet on the egg shaped cup. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1285799 (stock #G402)
Judith Ravnitzky
$995.00
This porcelain covered egg shaped tea caddy was produced by the Royal Berlin Porcelain Manufacturer, or KPM, in the 1890s to early 1900. It is signed with the red orb and blue scepter under glaze. It stands approximately 6 1/4 inches high, including the lid and is 3 1/2 inches across at the bottom. The body of the tea caddy is expertly hand painted with adorable cherubs amidst the clouds. The back is painted with a lovely spray of vibrant flowers. There are buds and sprigs scattered about the piece. The lid has a finial in the shape of snow drops with gilded accents. The rococo styled legs have gilded accents as well. Tea was a treasured commodity to be stored in such an exquisite vessel as this. It is not difficult to decide which would be more treasured today. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Russian : Pre 1910 item #1285792 (stock #G400)
Judith Ravnitzky
$6,800.00
This set of 8 porcelain demitasse cups and saucers was produced in Russia by the Kornilov factory around 1900. All of the pieces are signed with the Kornilov mark with the double headed eagle. The saucers have a diameter of 4 3/4 inches. The cups are 2 1/8 inches high and the opening has a 2 1/2 inch diameter. The cups and saucers are made of fine, translucent porcelain. The decoration is intricate with the most delicate hand gilding and enameling. The decorating technique is similar to Russian enameled silver. It required a master artisan to paint and gild so elegantly. If you look carefully at the areas that are not enameled you will see minute brush strokes covering the surface. Even the handle has exquisite detail. These cups and saucers are works of art, deserving of appreciation and preservation. It is well known that vast amounts of antique porcelain were destroyed during the Russian Revolution. How wonderful it is that these have survived. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #1285791 (stock #G399)
Judith Ravnitzky
$495.00
This ceramic or earthenware vase was produced in England by the Shelley, Late Foley, potteries between 1910 and 1916. The type of ceramic is known as Intarsio which was designed by Walter Slater, artistic director for the pottery at that time. The vase measures 7 inches tall and is 6 1/2 inches wide. The vase has a long neck and bulbous bottom. It is hand decorated with colorful enamels in a Persian style pattern. The vase has a high gloss finish. Examples of this ceramic are uncommon and have wonderful decorative quality. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1280193 (stock #G398)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain coffee cup and saucer was produced in Vienna in the 1880s. The beehive mark is under the glaze. The saucer has a diameter of 51/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/4 inches high. The ground color is a deep forest green. There is a reserve on the cup with a hand painted scene. It is artist signed “Horan” and the scene is entitled, “Amor am Pranger” or Love Contained. The goddess Diana has Cupid tied to a tree. The scene is framed in elaborate raised gilding. The gilding also surrounds the border of the saucer. A good portion of the interior of the cup is gilded in mirror finish gold. There is gilding on the handle and rims. Condition: Excellent