French silhouette plates, old world architectural iron sign decor. Themes: wine, rooster, ship, angel, etc. Antique gun designs also available.
Vintage Oyster Plate. Lemon center.
Nice size French pitcher, probably used for wine and water (separately, of course). I estimate the age is somewhere pre 1960. It appears to be in excellent condition with no cracks or chips; only firing faults, some of which are visible in the photo (but not as prominent as they appear in the photo). It is decorated with impressed marks creating horizontal bands in different sections around the pitcher...
French Sarreguemines asparagus set consists of one large serving platter with an insert for drainage, and 12 individual asparagus plates. Marked Sarreguemines. I need to research the mark to determine age, but a guess-timate is pre 1970. I will update this posting once the date has been researched. Color is a beautiful aqua.
Vintage French oyster plates. Sea life, seashell, nautical decoration. White plate with decorations primarily in pink on some and on other the decorations are primarily in orange. Approximately 6 available. Price per plate. 5/4
French country French mustard pots. Variety of styles and so unique!
Old French pottery ashtray, advertising a butcher shop in France. Pottery is in the same style as the French barrel pitchers, listed separately.
Beautiful Delft plate, pierced for hanging. The Queens porcelaine, a high quality delft from the Dutch factory, De Porcelyne Fles.
This French dish has the large hotel de ville from the French village or city of Orleans. At each corner of the dish is a large fleur de lys, or fleur de lis. There are two little rounded sections which give the appearance that it possibly was a petite ashtray. It is the perfect size and shape, and is currently used to hold business cards for a French antiques dealer, yours truly. Could also serve to hold rings, pocket change, as a soap dish, wall decor, etc...
Sweet, petite, French canister with rooster design in green on cream.
This is a blue Delft candlestick or candle holder. This beautiful piece of delftware is from the factory, De Porceleyne Fles, from The Netherlands. This factory produces valuable pieces of earthenware with handpainting by talented artists. The factory has been in existence producing delft since the 1600s. The mark on the bottom of this piece indicates it was manufactured in 1972.
French child's dish has a little boy and girl, along with their dog, watching the fish in the fish bowl as one fish jumps high in the air. Though it it has a Northern France mark on the underside, Orchies, Moulin des Loups, France; under the children's scene on the front is the title, California.