This 1987 Annual Easter Figurine, Fourth Edition, features a yellow chick with orange beak and feet. His eyes are brown.
This figurine is approx. 3 1/2" in height. Printed on the bottom of the figurine is:
1987 Goebel W. Germany. Number imprinted on the bottom of this figurine is 153.
Rare small two handle vase by CAB (Ceramique d'art de Bordeaux) in Cauderan, circa 1920s. 9cm high, 13cm across. Impressed "Ceramique d'Art de Bordeaux" mark in a circle, with "Cauderan" in the center; also impressed with number 47. One of a number of works by CAB regularly available from this web gallery.
This set of 12 porcelain dinner plates were made in England by Royal Crown Derby in 1933. There is a date cipher within the mark that indicates this date. The diameter of the plates is 10 inches. These plates are made of fine, white bone china. There are molded acorns punctuating the slightly scalloped border. They are beautifully decorated with a magenta ground surrounding cartouches of roses. The roses are hand painted...
Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Figure.
Description: Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a young girl feeding the calf, Danish, printed factory mark and model No, 779. The item height
is 6 1/4 inches and the width is 6 1/4 inches with 4 inches in depth. Condition Report: Perfect.
This porcelain group was produced in Denmark by Royal Copenhagen between 1969 and 1974. The model number is 1107. They measure 6 inches high and 5 1/2 inches wide. They are signed by the renowned modeler, Knud Kyhn. This rowdy pair of cubs are full of action playing. This artist was able to capture the moment in lively motion. They are hand painted in the typical Royal Copenhagen pallet of colors.
Condition: Excellent first quality.
Six(6) English Crown Staffordshire Porcelain Demitasse Cups and Saucers, cup-1 1/4" high, 2 1/8" diameter-top rim and saucer-3/4" high, 4 7/8" diameter with Primrose design, marked "Crown Staffordshire, Made in England" in green and name of pattern is "Maytime" in brown on the bottom. One(1) cup has old glaze hairline across the bottom continue to top rim and small frit on the rim outside but I did not see any hairline inside the cup.
This porcelain figurine was produced in Germany by Hutschenreuther in the 1950s. It is signed by the renowned artist, Karl Tutter. The base is 6 1/2 inches long and the piece is 5 1/2 inches high. The porcelain is well modeled and quite fragile. A naked baby is reaching out to touch a spotted faun. The faun is done in natural colors.
This item was manufactured by Schumann/ Bavaria between 1945-1963. The pattern name is Chateau Dresden. It is 10 1/2" oval bowl with pierced rim with florals on the rim and in the center. It is in excellent condition. There are no repairs, no cracks, and no repairs to this item.
Suggested retail on this item is $120.00
This porcelain bowl was produced in Germany by Meissen in 1930. It has a diameter of 8 inches and a height of 3 1/4 inches. The fine hard paste porcelain is reticulated in a snowflake type pattern. The bowl features three dolphin shaped feet. The center of the bowl is hand painted with brightly colored fruit done in a realistic manner. The reticulated decoration is outlined with gold on the inside and outside of the bowl...
This incredible Farsta sperical vase measures 6 1/2" (16.5cm) tall and is 6" (15cm) in diameter. On the underside of the narrow foot is impressed Farsta (eight times). Incised is Kåge, Gustavsberg with the Studio hand insignia, and the letter Y. This magnificent vase was created in 1954.
Raymond Gallucci - 20th century, Pa. studio potter.
Handthrown vase - stands approx. 5 5/8" tall
Student of Mantz.
Collections - The Smithsonian Museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the James Michener Museum.
Exhibition - Ceramic Masterworks - at Moderne Gallery in Philadelphia - 2002.
There are no chips or cracks in the pottery. Thanks for looking.
Limoges art deco porcelain decanter.
Circa - 1930.
Marked - F. Juinque, Limoges.
10 1/2" tall.
Very good vintage condition with no problems to note.
This set of 6 fruit knives, stainless steel blades and porcelain handles, was produced in England by Royal Crown Derby before 1970. They are 8 1/2 inches long. They are in a silk lined fitted box. The handles are fine bone china. They are decorated with a floral transfer decoration which is painted over by hand. The stainless steel blades have a serrated edge.
Condition: Excellent. They have never been used.
This porcelain figural group was produced in Germany by Hutschenreuther in the 1950s. It measures 9 1/2 inches high and 6 inches wide. The piece has a glamorous 1950s look. The gentleman has three fingers held up for three kisses from his lady. The group is finely modeled with excellent detail. It is hand painted to give just enough color and definition to the couple.
This porcelain bowl was produced in Paris, France by Bourdois & Bloch in the 1880s. The diameter of the bowl is 9 inches and it is 3 inches high. The porcelain blank is reticulated, has three lion's paws for feet and the bowl has decorations molded into the porcelain. There is quite a lot of detail in just the porcelain itself. The decoration is exquisite. There are cartouches of flowers in five areas inside the bowl. The center has two large sprays of hand painted flowers...
Bowl by Lars Hjorth, Denmark, Déco period, c 1930. Off-white glaze and stylized relief decoration of leaves and twigs. Early impressed mark L. Hjorth Danmark, in use from 1927 onwards. Diameter "3¾/ 9,5 cm and height "2¼/ 6 cm. Condition: fine
An urn vase by the Hungarian manufacturer Herend, founded in 1826 and still working. The urn is the raspberry red version of the Chinese Bouquet pattern, the mark indicates a date before 1980. No lid. Height "8¾/ 22,5 cm. Condition: fine.
A pair of large Britt-Louise Sundell dishes or chargers with brownish-black glaze and scroll motif, from her 1960’s series Virvel (Whirl), designed for Gustavsberg. Original sticker for the Gustavsberg factory to one dish, both with under-glaze marks Gustavsberg Sweden. Diam: "9 / 23 cm. Condition: one dish is slightly warped and for that reason is equipped with felt supports.
Rookwood pottery globular
vase with celedon glaze and
decoration. Base impressed
with Rookwood logo,
dated 1944, pattern
#6509. (Overall crazing
and a hairline.)
These Bread and Butter Plates are 6 3/8" in diameter.
There are no chips no cracks, and no repairs to these items. They are in excellent condition.
These were made between 1941 and 1984.
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in England by Royal Doulton in the 1920s. It was produced especially for Ovingtons, a fine department store in New York. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The porcelain is fine, white bone china. The ground color is “powder blue.” This is a medium blue which is speckled or mottled with a lighter shade of blue. The set is decorated with elaborate raised gold decorations...
Six(6) English Royal Worcester Soup Plates, 9" diameter1 1/4" high, with cobalt blue and gold rim, manufactured and retailed by "Tiffany & Co. New York" with crown and impressed mark and hand written numbers in red on the bottom. Gold around the rim is worn in some places and two(2) plates have tiny chip and frits on the rim.
This is beautiful piece that can be used as a candlestick holder or a small vase. It has a lovely Scandinavian, flowing design.
Made of sterling silver, it stands 5 1/8" tall. Its base has a diameter of 3". It weighs 3 ounces. The base is marked with a whale hallmark and marked DENMARK. I have left it unpolished. It is truly beautiful and in excellent condition.
Six superbly decorated sectional dinner plates from, France or possibly Italy, Eames era, 1960s. Of lozenge shape, hand painted and glazed in black, lemon yellow, brown and lime green. Width: 9 ¾"/25cm. Condition: restored rim chip to one plate as seen on photo, otherwise fine.
Two proud little Royal Copenhagen penguins standing together. Numbered 1190, they are in perfect condition and measure 4" tall x 3" wide.
Here is a very large, and totally perfect vase by Berndt Friberg. This has never been in a shop or auction, but was passed directly from the artist to a colleague, from whom I acquired it. The intense blue haresfur glaze is without flaw. It measures 10 1/2" (27cm) tall and is 3 3/4" (9.5cm) in diameter. On the underside is incised Friberg with the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia, and the date code J. This masterpiece was created in 1968.
These 3 porcelain figurines were produced in Germany by Hutschenreuther in the late 1940s. They are about 4 inches tall. They are made of hard paste porcelain that has a slight cream tinge. The cherubs are standing on gilded balls. They are well modeled with fine detail with a strong art deco influence. Each one is playing a musical instrument. They are a jolly little trio.
Eight(8) Czechoslovakia EPIAG Porcelain Demitasse cup and saucers, Cups-1 3/4" high, 2 7/8" diameter top rim and Saucers-4 3/4" diameter, Pink Rose on white design on white porcelain, marked on the bottom "EPIAG", "made in Czechoslovakia" in green. Two(2) saucers has hairline glaze cracks in the center area.
This is a large and exquisite vase created by Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand, Sweden. It measures 9 1/2" (24cm) tall and is 4 1/2" (10.5cm) in diameter. On the underside is incised R with three crowns, Sweden, and artist's initials G.N. The green haresfur glaze is exceptional. Excellent condition.
Here is a superior example of Wilhelm Kåge's celebrated Argenta series produced for Gustavsberg. It measures 6 1/2" high and is 6" in diameter. On the underside is painted in silver GUSTAVSBERG with the old anchor insignia, the date code X for 1953, ARGENTA, the model number 1132II, and MADE IN SWEDEN. Mint condition.
A group of four small French Vallauris 1950's Demi-Demi (half-half) pieces: a handled black and white jug and a black and white pitcher, a mini vase in turquoise blue and black, and a small yellow and black cache-pot. All probably by Cérenne. Height "3 ¼/ 8 cm to "5 ¾/ 14,5 cm. Condition: the jug with a minimal flake to the rim.
This porcelain vase was produced in Germany by Nymphenburg in the late 1940s to 1950s. The printed mark is Western Germany. There is also an impressed shield marking. It measures 11 3/4 inches high with a diameter of 14 3/4 inches at the widest point. The vase is a classic shape with slender neck and flared opening. It is decorated with a variety of colorful butterflies, painted by hand, in many shapes and sizes. The simplicity of form and minimalist design has a rather Asian feel...
Danish Royal Copenhagen Leaf shape serving Dish, 9" x 7 1/4", 1 5/8" high with basket design impressed wide border and floral decoration in the center, low relief white floral design on the side of the handle, marked udnerglaze blue and green on the bottom "Royal Copenhagen, Denmark" in green and numbers 1599. The condition is good.
Very rare example of West German studio art pottery. It is signed on the base and has original label. It is 3.5" high and 6.25" in diameter. Condition is excellent.
It is brown speckled with green and brown bands in the "Skyline" shape. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.