Roseville Futura jardinaire measuring 10" x 14 3/4" wide, this grey outside with pink leaves is in perfect condition. The inside has some water stains as it was used for plants, but it is otherwise perfect original condition.
Very cute miniature Scotch whiskey decanter in the form of the Loch ness Monster. Made by the famous Beswick Pottery Company of England in 1969 for Beneagles Scotch whiskey company. This flask measures about 5" long and 3 1/2" high and in excellent condition.
This vintage demitasse cup and saucer in the Blue Fluted Full Lace pattern from Royal Copenhagen is just as desirable today as it was when first introduced in the 18th century; mid 20th century, green maker's mark on bottom of cup and saucer, 1038 and XZ; Measurement-Cup 2 in H, 2 3/8 in. dia.,Saucer 4 1/2 in dia.; Condition- Pristine
An Art Pottery Pitcher, Possibly by Weller; Tall Cylinder Form with Molded Base with a Green and Brown Drip Glaze. Dimensions 12" high x 6" at base; early 20th century. Excellent condition.
Charming pair of Quimper small plaques or hors d'oeuvre plates that measure 4 1/2" in diameter. Rare size and shape with exceptionally nice art work and vivid coloration. Marked Henriot Quimper France and the number 660 on the back. I believe these date prior to 1950.In mint condition with no chips, cracks, damages or repairs whatsoever. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 3 day return privilege providing items returned in sent condition. Postage/insurance extra...
UHV, today primarily known for her enameled glass vessels, started her career as a ceramist together with her husband, world famous glass sculptor and designer Bertil Vallien.
This early (1960's) and unique beaker vase is glazed in intense shades of yellow, red and the green of patinated bronze. Signed by the artist: Ulrica H.V. Height "3 ½/ 9,5 cm. Condition: fine.
This fine china is the American Franciscan Ivy pattern. The dinner plate is 10 3/8" in diameter, embossed, and hand-painted under glaze. It was made by the Gladding, McBean & Company circa 1948
One dinner plate shows very little crazing and the other shows the crazing in the bottom of the plate. Pictures 2 and 3 show the back stamps for each of these plates. These plates retail for $29.95 each.
A Pair of Van Briggle Pineapple and Leaf Motif Candle Holders. Dimensions 6" high x 4" wide x 3.5" high. Early twentieth century art pottery and in excellent condition.
A Dainty Porcelain Inkwell with Four Different Bird Portrayals on Each Panel and a fifth on the Top. Dimensions; 3.25" x 3.25" x 3" high. Very minor gilt wear but otherwise in excellent condition. Probably French and from the early 1900's.
Exquisite set of twelve handpainted service plates artist signed F. A. Bailey. Each plate, made by Aynsley, measures 10 1/2" in diameter and is in perfect condition.
Beautiful covered, reticulated, Royal Crown Derby potpourri jar with exquisite heavily decorated gold design over cobolt blue and pale yellow. Measures 14" tall x 8" wide. Minor loss to gold in a couple of places, but otherwise in perfect condition.
Beautiful pair of Rosenthal doves made in 1936 by Fritz Heidenreich. They each measure approximately 6 1/2" wide x 5 1/2" tall and are in perfect original condition
This is an early Chinese green glazed earthenware jar, with panels of molded flowers and Chinese characters; two raised Chinese marks on base. Condition: showing wear
This is a Chinese Transitional blue and white porcelain jar painted with figures on a continuous mountainous landscape below a band of flowers,on carved wood stand; Marked with lucky symbol figure of a rabbit in underglaze blue on bottom; late 17th century.
Condition: lacking cover, hairline crack, rim chip Measurement: 7 _" h x 6 _" dia.
This is a Chinese Export blue and white Canton pattern porcelain pot de creme with cover, circa 1810-1820, having an entwined-strap handle decorated with gilt on blue floral terminals. The porcelain cover has a fruit-sprig knop. Measurements: 3 1/2 in. H; Condition: rim chips, small hairlines,
wear to gilt.
This is an unusual Chinese porcelain Famille Rose covered cup made for the European market, with gilded rope twist handles; late 18th century. Condition: chip inside rim of cup. Measurement: 5"h x 5" dia.
This is a set of nine 20th Century Dresden flower rimmed soup bowls, each handpainted with a different bouquet of Deutsche blumen within lovely shaped gilt rims, marked "Dresden" under an 8-pointed star (the mid-century mark of Adolf Hamann). Condition: excellent condition (only very slight gilt wear on some rims); Measurement: 9 _" dia.
This is a handsome Dresden flower creamer and sugar in the EMPRESS pattern by Schumann, ca. 1930, with the post 1918 era mark of Carl Schumann, with colorful floral and gilt decoration and raised diagonal weave borders. Condition: pristine. Measurement: creamer: 4" h; sugar: 5" h.
This is an elegant pair of porcelain hand-painted Dresden Flower luncheon plates, early 20th Century, with mark of F. Hirsch, also bearing the retailer’s mark of Gumps of San Francisco, decorated with Deutsche blumen, floral swags, and gilt rims. Condition: pristine. Measurement: 9 _" dia.
Very good 9 3/4" Quimper plate in mint condition with no cracks, repairs, or damages. Dates to the first quarter of the 20th century and signed Henriot Quimper France and the number 103. Well painted/made, all by hand.Charming piece. Satisfaction guaranteed. 3 day return privilege providing item returned in sent condition. Buyer pays postage and insurance.
Sales tax carged if sold in New York state unless valid tax number and resale form supplied.
Fine French Haviland china demitasse cup and saucer circa 1919 in mint condition. The swags of pink roses and trailing blue ribbon like lattice work are really beautiful. The gold is mint and the scalloped shape with raised design is very desirable. The saucer measures 5", the cup is 2 1/4" high and the cup opening is 2 1/4".See photo for the Haviland mark. Satisfaction guaranteed or full refund providing item returned in sent condition. 3 day return privilege.buyer pays postage and insurance...
Saxbo small rounded bowl, the base profiled and the rim thinner than the wall. Greyish-white hare’s fur glaze with tiny dark speckles, Yin-Yang mark, 1940s to 50s.
Height: “2 ¾ /7 cm.
Condition: two tiny scratch marks to one side
Large and exceptional two-handle vase by Georges Ponsart (1892-1969). Ponsart worked in Bouffioulx, Belgium, where he created salt-fired art pottery in the manner of Guerin, Aubry, etc. This vase is 26cm high and approximately 24cm across. In excellent condition. Signed and dated 1933. Please see our other Belgian ceramics by Guerin, Aubry, Frere, Carpent, Marius Gregoire, etc. Cf. "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot.
Fine vase by Roger Guerin, from his later production (around 1940), in excellent condition. This 8" vase is signed with Guerin's signature #15 ( cf. "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot), and marked M86A for form and size, as well as "Made in Belgium". For the collector of fine European ceramics.
Very deco and unusual ceramic figure of three rooks; signed Franch with initials I.G., measures 8 1/2" tall x 5 1/2" wide, in perfect condition
A Copeland Spode Tea Set; Teapot, Covered Sugar, Creamer and Four Cups & Saucers; Blue and White Heritage Pattern. Excellent condition.
Beautifully handpainted Victorian French charger decorated with birds, flowers, insects and fish. The coloring as well as the quality of the painting is wonderful. In lovely original condition, it measures 17 1/2" in diameter. Impressed on the back Montereau B & Cie with the number 45.
Rare Royal Winton Chintz pitcher & bowl set in excellent condition; can't find exact pattern in book, but its right and early. Basic flowers are pink roses with yellow roses and small blue flowers and green leaves with black dots in background and black lines between panels. Pitcher stands 12 1/2" tall x 11" wide. It has four cream color panels and two chintz panels. The bowl measures 17" across and is 5 3/8" deep. It has five plain panels, and five chintz panels...
Royal Copenhagen Polar Bear Number 320 measuring 3 1/2" tall x 7" wide, this is in perfect condition.
Two proud little Royal Copenhagen penguins standing together. Numbered 1190, they are in perfect condition and measure 4" tall x 3" wide.
This is wonderful Royal Dulton Tiger figure on Rock stand 12in height,17in wide,11.1/2in diameter is in very good condition with No damage. This is very rare looks like Japanese Bronze has nice detail ,I was very surprised it is made pottery. It has mark to the bottom (plese look at photo) from 1952. This rare object No hair line No chip,No repair nice for your collection.
Pretty porcelain vase handpainted in soft shades of blue and green over a gently shaded blue background. The porcelain is of the finest quality and the glaze is impeccable. The bottom is marked with the green stamp with the date mark for 1961. The bottom also has the artist’s lowercase initials “SY” and the pattern number “2679/295”.
Origin: Denmark, 1961. Condition: mint. Size: 7-1/2” tall.
This is a 19th century Chinese shallow curved plate featuring a lively grouping of eight spotted blue and white horses, depicting a wedding story from Chinese mythology; unglazed footrim; greige coloration; a four-character mark on the underside; condition: several minor chips on the rim; SIZE: 5" diam.
A Pair of Rorstrand Blue and White Porcelain Mugs, featuring a Lion and Crowns. Swedish (20th century). Size 0.5 liter; dimensions 6.25" high x 3.75".
French Limoges porcelain set comprising covered marmalade dish with plate. Hand painted by "Le Tallec a Paris". Vibrant flower bouquets are depicted within gilded decorations.Circa 1940. Marks on the back "Dessinee et peint entierement a la main par Le Tallec a Paris.
Le Tallec: This is a decorating studio located in Paris that has been around since 1930's, and was purchased in 1993 by Tiffany & Company.
Company specializes in mainly dinnerware and giftware items...
Boch Freres, By Charles Catteau (1880-1966), Bowl