Judith Ravnitzky, specialist in European porcelain and fine glass Judith Ravnitzky
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1274886 (stock #390)
Judith Ravnitzky
$245.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges between 1881 and 1893. The saucer has a diameter of 4 3/8 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The saucer is scalloped and has molded ribs. The cup is ribbed and has a blown out shape. The set is hand painted with tiny spays of roses and other types of flowers that trail down the sides of the cup. There are raised gilded ornaments separating the trailing flowers. The border of the saucer has a similar design. The hand painting and raised gilding is extremely delicate and must have taken much skill and patience to create. The handle and rims are trimmed with gold. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1274885 (stock #389)
Judith Ravnitzky
$450.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in England by Minton in 1851. There is a date cipher that identifies this year of manufacture. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 3/4 inches high. It is made of fine, white bone china. The set is hand decorated with bunches of pink roses and gilded leaves. Strings of turquoise enamel beads wind down across the porcelain. Gilded acanthus leaves encircle the center of the saucer and the bottom of the cup. There is gold trim on the handle and rims. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1271840 (stock #G388)
Judith Ravnitzky
$450.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in England by Adderley in the 1890s. Both pieces are signed by the artist. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/8 inches high. The set is made of fine bone china. What makes this cup and saucer special is the amazing hand painting. Raised gilding, Gothic in style, divides the space on the cup and saucer into sections. There are wonderful roses painted in pastel colors peeking through these little windows. The interior of the cup is entirely covered with these flowers. The gilding is accented with turquoise enamel beads. The effect is quite fantastic. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1271835 (stock #G387)
Judith Ravnitzky
$250.00
his chocolate cup and saucer was produced in France by Jean Pouyat Limoges around 1900. It was sold white ware to be decorated by an amateur artist in the United States. The saucer measures 4 3/4 inches in diameter and the cup is 2 7/8 inches high. It has a pale blue ground color. There is a little fairy with vines of wild roses. The vines are also painted on the saucer. There are gold accents on both pieces and the handle is gilded. The subject matter is truly charming. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1268699 (stock #G386)
Judith Ravnitzky
$350.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in Germany at the Carl Thieme Dresden Studio in the late 19th century. The saucer has a diameter of 5 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The set is made of fine, translucent porcelain. The cup features 3 lion’s paw feet. The set is beautifully hand painted with vibrant colors. The couples dressed in 18th century costumes enjoy the garden landscapes in various activities. There are lovely sprays of realistic flowers between the scenes. Delicate filigree gilding trims the rims of both pieces. The handle and feet are accented with gold. Condition: There is a slight touch of wear to the gilding on the rim of the cup that is hardly noticeable. It is otherwise in excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1268698 (stock #G385)
Judith Ravnitzky
$250.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in Germany at the Carl Thieme Dresden Studio in the late 19th century. The saucer has a diameter of 5 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The set is made of fine, translucent porcelain. The cup features 3 lion’s paw feet. The set is beautifully hand painted with vibrant colors. The couples dressed in 18th century costumes enjoy the garden landscapes in various activities. There are lovely sprays of realistic flowers between the scenes. Delicate filigree gilding trims the rims of both pieces. The handle and feet are accented with gold. Condition: There is a slight touch of wear to the gilding on the rim of the cup that is hardly noticeable. It is in otherwise excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1267807 (stock #G384)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in England by Royal Crown Derby in 1890. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/4 inches high. The set is made of fine, white bone china. The ground color is deep cobalt blue. It is decorated with raised hand enameled flowers and gilded berries. The contrast of bright enamels against the deep cobalt ground it striking. There is gold trim on the rims and handle. You will find this cup and saucer to be elegant and decorative. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1267805 (stock #G383)
Judith Ravnitzky
$295.00
This porcelain chocolate cup and saucer was produced in Austria in the late 19th century. It is unsigned other than some hand painted numbers. The saucer has a diameter of 5 inches and the cup is 2 3/4 inches high. The Japanese-style hand enameling is exquisitely executed. The raised enamel peonies are outlined with gold in an almost tapestry-like fashion. There are bands of gold beading and gold filigree trim just inside the rim of the cup and around the well of the saucer. The handle is distinctly European. The little crimped edges on the saucer are similar to the Haviland Limoges Ransom blank. This chocolate cup and saucer is delightful to touch and see. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1267088 (stock #G382)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain chocolate cup and saucer was produced in Germany by Wissman Dresden in the 1890s. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and the cup is 3 1/4 inches high not including the handle. The cup features an ornate empire style handle. Both pieces are entirely gilded. The cup is decorated with hand painted figures dressed in 19th century costumes with vivid colors. The figures stand out against the gilded background. The interior of the cup has enameled wreaths and raised gold bows. This pattern is repeated around the border of the saucer. There is raised gold beading and enamel beaded accents on both pieces. Condition: The saucer has spots of wear to the gilding from the cup rubbing. They do not show when the cup is in place. There are no other issues.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1267086 (stock #G381)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
These porcelain demitasse cups and saucers were produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges in the late 19th century. We are showing 2 sets, one rose colored and one blue. You may purchase one or the pair. The saucers have a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and the cups are 2 1/2 inches high. The fine, thin porcelain has molded ribs and the cups feature ribbon shaped handles. They are decorated with factory transfer designs. Rows of tiny roses or forget-me-nots encircle each piece. They have delicate gold filigree trim, lovely gold medallions on the saucers and shiny gold bands accenting the rims. The brightly colored enamel bands are most attractive. These cups and saucers are quite unusual for Haviland. They are highly decorative and you will enjoy using them, too. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1263748 (stock #G379a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$495.00
This porcelain bottle was produced in Berlin by FA Schumann between 1850 and 1869.  The bottle measures 6 inches high and 3 5/8 inches by 3 1/8 inches at the bottom. The porcelain is molded with scrolls and shells.  There are two finely hand painted landscapes.  They are both identified.  One is a church in Bulha. Buhla is a municipality in the district of Eichsfeld in Thuringia, Germany.  We did not identify the other scene. The side panels have intricate gilded decorations.  There is history and old world charm in this antique porcelain bottle.  It will make a great conversation piece and display beautifully. Condition:  Excellent 
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1263747 (stock #G378a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This pair of porcelain dishes was produced in Germany by the Richard Klemm Dresden Decorating Studio  around 1900.  They measure 6 1/2 inches in diameter and are 1 1/4 inches deep.  The dishes have an ornate molded reticulated border.  The center of each dish has a reserve with hand painted scenes of lovers in garden landscapes.  They are well painted in vivid color.  These scenes have elegant gilding surrounding them.  A 1 1/8 inch border of turquoise blue containing 4 cartouches of flowers and gilded decorations encircles the dish.  They are quite elaborate with exquisite detail and artistry.  They are sure to attract the eye in any setting. There is a slight difference from one to the other in the gilding on the turquoise border.  They are very compatible together. Condition  Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1263740 (stock #G375a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$195.00
This porcelain chamber stick or candleholder was produced in Germany by the Richard Klemm Decorating Studio in the 1890s.  The chamber stick measures 6 1/4 inches in diameter and is 2 1/8 inches high.  It is elaborately hand decorated with brilliant colors.  There are two cartouches containing beautifully hand painted scenes of lovers in garden settings.  Bright gold accents the scalloped rims and handle.  This is a wonderful, decorative piece that will command attention. Condition:  Excellent  
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1263736 (stock #G373a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
This porcelain 3 piece coffee cup, saucer and dessert plate was produced in England in the mid 19th century.  It is unmarked with only hand painted pattern numbers on the underside of each piece.  The plate has a diameter of 7 inches, the saucer is 5 1/2 inches in diameter and the cup is 2 3/4 inches high.  The cup has a comfortable ring handle.  The set has a cobalt blue ground color.  There are gilded medallions containing hand painted pink roses.  Elaborate, hand painted decoration contrasts beautifully against the deep cobalt.  Bands of embossed gold encircle each piece.  The Victorian style and fine bone china is evidence of an excellent manufacturer such as Brownfields or Bodley.  This set will enhance the enjoyment of your favorite coffee. Condition:  Excellent  
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1263732 (stock #G372a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$425.00
This porcelain covered serving dish was produced in Germany by Richard Klemm Dresden in the 1890s.  It measures 8 3/4 inches across the handles and 6 inches high.  The porcelain has molded details, including scrolled relief edges, fancy feet and ornate handles.  The dish is hand painted with colorful sprays of realistic flowers.  The handles, rims and feet are accented with hand painted gilding.  This is an uncommon porcelain serving dish you would be proud to use and display.  There are two of these serving dishes available.  They may be purchased separately. Condition:  Excellent 
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Pottery : Pre 1910 item #1260337 (stock #G380)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This pottery bowl was produced in France by Clement Massier around 1900. The award winning artisan Massier, 1845 - 1914, located his studio in Gulfe-Juan, the so-called French Riveria. This pottery bowl measures 4 7/8 inches in diameter and is 2 1/4 inches high. It is glazed with iridescent copper and silver oxide glazes. There is a decoration of pinecones and pine needles inside and outside of the bowl. The technique creates a naturalistic appearance that is subtle and muted. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1259458 (stock #G379)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1,695.00
This porcelain tea set containing a tea pot with lid, sugar bowl with lid and cream pitcher was produced in Germany by Ambrosias Lamm Dresden in the 1890s. The tea pot measures 8 1/2 inches from the spout to the handle and is 6 inches high. The sugar bowl is 4 1/4 inches across the handles and 4 inches high, including the lid. The cream pitcher is 4 1/2 inches high at the handle and 4 1/4 inches from the handle to the spout. The set is made of fine, translucent porcelain. It is decorated by hand in a most elaborate manner. There are tiny gold baskets of bright colored flowers. Swags and garlands of flowers tumble around each piece. Ornate raised gilding is used in abundance. One can only imagine how many days and hours it took to produce this set. It can be the highlight of your collection. Condition: Excellent. How wonderful that this set has endured many decades in pristine condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1258822 (stock #G377)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1595.00
This set of 12 dessert plates was produced in the U.S. by Lenox in 1905. The monogram of HR stands for Helen Roebling, daughter of Ferdinand Roebling, prominent industrialist and developer in Trenton, New Jersey. The family was instrumental in the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and the manufacture of iron cable. The plates are artist signed by acclaimed artist William Morley. These fine quality porcelain plates measure 9 1/8 inches in diameter. They are exquisitely hand painted with delicate pastel colored tea roses in all stages of bloom. No two plates are exactly the same. Morley was a most talented artist who painted with love of roses. They blend so well on the slightly ivory colored porcelain. A thin line of gold dentil trim finishes the edges. You can almost smell the fragrance. They seem so real. Condition: One plate has an old restoration on the back that cannot be seen from the front. These plates have been gently used and there is slight evidence of that. They have historical significance of the Roebling family.