This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Austria by the Franz Dorfl porcelain decorating shop around 1900. The saucer has a diameter of 4 inches and the cup is 2 1/2 inches high. The ground color is deep cobalt blue. It has an expertly hand painted scene of the classical Greek Goddess, Psyche, by a fountain. The set has ornate gilding accented with raised enamel. The rims and handle are richly gilded...
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in England by Spode Copeland around 1900. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. It is made of fine white bone china. The cup has an ornate handle and pedestal foot, reminiscent of 18th century styles. There are garlands of tiny, colorful flowers inside the cup and around the saucer. Elaborate gilding accents the borders. The handle, foot and rims are trimmed with gold...
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Germany by the Richard Klemm Dresden studio around 1900. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/8 inches high. The decoration is inspired by the Art Nouveau movement. It has clusters of raised gold berries. Luminous aqua colored borders are outlined in raised gold. The handle and rims are trimmed with gold...
An English Staffordshire bowl and a bread or cake plate, part of an early 19th century tea set. Decoration in blue, beige and gilt of flower garlands and ribbons. Diameter of bowl "6 ¼ /16 cm, of plate "8 ½/ 22 cm, height of bowl "3 ¼/ 8 cm. Condition: some exterior glaze cracks to the lower part of bowl.
Highly stylized Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau stoneware vase with robust, interlacing, tube-lined florals and vines. The tall, baluster form has energetic decoration in olive greens, light blues and sienna in relief against a mottled, rich blue and olive ground. Among artist marks are those of well-known Florence E. Barlow. The artist won many awards at exhibitions throughout her longevity at the Lambeth pottery, active 1873-1909. Impressed workshop marks along with date mark for 1904. 15" H.
A pair of Chinese Export plates, meticulously enameled in over-glaze blue and gilt. Diameter "7¾/ 19,5 cm. Condition: slight wear to the well, one plate with a hairline (cf. pics).
A Copeland Late Spode dinner plate in Chinese Imari style and diaper patterns in puce and green with a touch of early Qianlong. The back marked Copeland Late Spode and the impressed crown mark used by the manufacturer 1847-1854. Possible pattern number 8748 in iron red. Diameter "10/ 26 cm. Condition: fine with the exception for some glaze wear between border and well (cf last pic.).
A superb incense burner made in gilt bronze with dragon shaped handles rendered in fine details. The incense burner was made by renown French cabinet maker Tahan, favored by emperor Napoleon III and empress Eugénie.
The incense burner is veiled with a noble patina. It shows traces of its age but is otherwise in very good condition...
Ceramic Portuguese or French Palissy plate. Frog snake lizard and baby turtle in a oval. 1860 to 1887, 8 inches diameter, 2.1/2 inches high.
Ceramic, Portuguese Palissy plate. Crab two clams and morena in oval, signed. 1860 to 1887, 8 inches diameter, 3 inches high.
French terracotta maiolica roof tile in monkey form.
Ceramic, Portuguese or French Palissy Plate. Three fishes, morena, frog, two clams two flying insects and a beetle in oval. 1860 to 1887 12,3/8 inches diameter.
Ceramic, Portuguese or French Palissy Plate. Two butterflies, two caterpillars and snail without shell in a oval, signed - Rose a Gunnar, loasrainha. 1860 to 1887, 7inches diameter.
Ceramic, Portuguese Palissy plate. Lobster and clams in a oval. 1860 to 1887 13 inches diameter.
Ceramic decorative Portuguese Palissy plate. Crab, clams. 1860 to 1887, 13 inches diameter.
Ceramic, Portuguese or French Palissy vessel. Two branches with four olives. 1860 to 1887 H/5 W4,1/4 D/3 inches.
Ceramic, Portuguese Palissy plate. Clams and mussels in oval , 17,1/8 inches diameter , signed. 1860 to 1887
Ceramic, Portuguese or French Palissy Plate, two lizards biting snake and three beetles in oval, signed. 1860 to 1887. 9,1/4 inches