French Limoges transfer design of Pansy flower decorated two(2) parts divided deep Serving dish, Ca. 1950, 8 1/2" x 7 1/4" wide, 1 1/8" high , marked "DFH GDM France" in underglaze green and "C.H. Field Haviland. Limoges" in circle in overglaze red. The condition is good.
This is a Rare T & V (Tesseman & Vogt) FRENCH Porcelain Plate. It measures about 7" X 9" X 3/8" ( 17.9 cm X 23.0 cm X 1.0 cm ). It depicts a woman with the French flag.
Pair French Samson Armorial Porcelain decorated Plates, 7 1/2" diameter, with underglaze blue border and flowers around the Armorial design in the center in overglaze enamel. French Samson mark under the plate. The condition is good, no damages.
A classic mid-century porcelain water jug advertising Ricard anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that a pitcher of water should be served alongside anise-flavored aperitifs to dilute the drink. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars and cafes to increase their sales. The squared-off shape is less common than the traditional globe-shaped pitcher, and only became popular after World War II...
These 4 porcelain ramekins were produced in France by Gerard, Dufraisseix and Abbot Limoges in the 1940s. The under plates have a diameter of 5 inches and the cups have a diameter of 4 inches. They are decorated with a transfer design. The garlands of flowers contain large pink roses. The cups are decorated inside and outside. There is gold trim and gilded accents on both pieces...
A classic Art Deco porcelain water jug advertising Ricard Anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that Ricard and other anise-flavored spirits be drunk with a side of water. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars to increase their sales. This globe form is the classic shape from the first half of the 20th century. The bottom is marked "Ateliers de Céramique Ricard/Made In France".
Origin: France, ca. 1930...
French Porcelain marked PHL Depose Tea Set, consisting of 12 Dessert plates-7 1/2" diameter, Tea pot-top glued-9" high,9 1/2" wide with handle and spout, Milk jug-5 1/4" high, 5 1/2" wide include handle, five(5) cups and 6 saucers, and cups are in good condition. Beautiful birds and butterflies with blue floral branch decoration, accented raised enamel touch. All the gilding decorations around the rims are worn.
French Limoges Porcelain Cobalt Blue and Gold Egg shape Box, French Couple in traditional costume decorated and mounted with gilded hinged Ormolu metal frame with knob, 2 1/2" high, 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" wide, and marked "Limoges" "Made in France" in gold on the bottom
Vintage dish made by Hermes in France. It has a lovely toucan and leaf pattern painted on the inside. The edge has a green and gold detail. It is marked "Hermes" in the lower border. The back has a sueded foot to minimize marking and slipping. It is also marked on the back in the dark green suede. It measures 5 and 1/8" in diameter and is approximately 1" deep. It is in excellent condition.
Mark: Tressemann & Vogt, # 7 under glaze white ware in green with Limoges, France
2 handled bowl: 4 3/4" diameter x 1 7/8" depth.
Under plate: 6 5/8"
Condition: Excellent, gold rim also excellent, bottom of each gold handle shows wear
This porcelain tea cup, saucer and dessert plate was produced in England by Royal Crown Staffordshire in the 1930s. The plate has a diameter of 8 1/2 inches, the saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The set has elaborate factory decoration and gilding. The ground color is crimson red. There are reserves on each piece containing brightly colored flowers. Ornate gilding covers nearly the entire surfaces of all the pieces including the exterior of the cup...
Wow! A Huge Limoges Handpainted Egg with Ormolu Fittings, beautifully done. It measures appx 6 inches in length . It sits on an Ormolu or Bronze Dore Stand, making total height of 7.5 inches. Egg Signed Limoges. Condition is excellent, light wear to finish on Ormolu stand. This is a Stunner!!!
This 10 piece porcelain game bird set was produced in France by Lazeyras, Rosenfeld & Lehman in the 1920s. Not all the plates are pictured, but the set includes 9 plates and the platter. It is a factory decorated set with under glaze and over glaze marks and a factory artist’s signature. The platter measures 19 inches long, 12 1/2 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches deep. The 9 plates have a diameter of 9 1/4 inches. The rims on the plates are scalloped...
A classic late Art Deco or early modernist porcelain water jug advertising Ricard Anisette. In the south of France, tradition dictates that anise-flavored aperitifs should be served with water to dilute the drink. Makers such as Ricard and Pernod provided advertising pitchers to local bars and cafes to increase their sales. This squared-off rectangular form is less common than the traditional globe-shaped pitcher and became popular after World War II...
This Limoges cider, milk or lemonade pitcher is hand painted in a popular Art Nouveau motif with blooming flowers and green lily pads. Lots of very sophisticated gold on this piece make it attractive. 8" tall. It is Hallmarked with the William Guerin French porcelain factory mark #3 in green underglaze white ware with "Limoges" and "France". Ca 1900-1932 . There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item. It is in fantastic condition. Looks a great deal like Picard work.
This porcelain vase was produced in France by Thauraud Limoges in the 1920s. It is 6 inches tall and is 6 inches in diameter. The porcelain has a molded pattern in the porcelain, giving it texture. The ground color blends from cobalt blue to light blue. There is a floral decoration, accented with gilding, which follows the molded design. It gives the vase a pate sur pate feel. The flowers are stylized in the art deco fashion.
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in France by Tharaud Limoges in the 1920s. The saucer has a diameter of
5 3/8 inches and the cup is 2 1/8 inches high. The cup and saucer are octagonal shaped. It is decorated in a bold, abstract art deco design. There are alternating panels of flowers and flowing colors. These panels are produced using thick enamels. You can feel the texture of the designs giving it an effect that is similar to pottery...
Limoges art deco porcelain decanter.
Circa - 1930.
Marked - F. Juinque, Limoges.
10 1/2" tall.
Very good vintage condition with no problems to note.