Set of Four Meissen porcelain figures, circa 1715. Created by Johann Joachim Kaendler. Each figure has an identical number on the bottom of the base indicating that each figure was painted by the same painter.
16" x 13", Chinese export platter from the 18th century, very good condition. Beautiful detailing.
Assembled grouping of 16 tiles each with dogs, some earlier than others. Sold as a group.
Pine rack also available for purchase.
Interesting inkstand. Continental and possibly French and with chinoiserie decoration.
8.25" H Stamped Gien pitcher with Renaissance birds,cornucopia and flowers motif. Leaf trim. Bulbous shape with crimped top for pouring.
7" high and 6.75 diameter. Having inner detachable cup.
16" diameter. Good condition.
Note normal wear to gilding on handles. Good color and design. 10.5" wide over handles, 7.5" high.
12" diameter. Note hairline cracks--see detail image.
about 5.5" diameter and 9" high over the handle. See mark and note silver plating in good condition but tarnished in the image.
Comprising 15 dessert plates 8", a large compote 15" over handles, a pair of shrimp plates a pair of platters, a pair of shaped serving dishes, a covered tureen, a great pair of open work reticulated baskets and a pair of oblong ovoid platters.
In excellent condition. Under tray measures 11" x 10".
Approx. 6" high.
Shaped profile and about 9" and 4" high.
Having Ormolu base and excellent ornament exactly in the style of the 18th C original. Height of vase approx. 21" and overall height with shade, 34"
14" high, base drilled for lamp.