Antique European Porcelain, Pottery and more offered for sale by China Rose Antiques
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1446845 (stock #4025)
China Rose Antiques
A$350.00
This unusually shaped vase or flower bowl is unmarked, but probably French. The decoration has been most delicately painted in grey on a pale pink ground. On the front are three cherubs holding doves and on each end is a bearded face nestling in feathers. On the reverse is a monogram- M P- surrounded by flowers, foliage and two doves. The piece rests on four dark grey and gilt feet. It stands 182 mm (7.25 inches) high, is 362 mm (14.25 inches) long and 162 mm (6.5 inches) wide...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1446843 (stock #4194)
China Rose Antiques
A$275.00
Made in Europe around 1890, this very pretty lidded porcelain scent bottle is encrusted with hundreds of flowers-there are 48 on the lid alone! Each one of these flowers were applied by hand and then painted with a dark centre and a pale pink surround which gives the whole piece a very delicate pink hue. It stands 182 mm (7.25 inches) high and has a diameter of 97 mm (3.75 inches)...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1439609 (stock #4450)
China Rose Antiques
A$195.00
This Samson of Paris tea canister is decorated with faux armorial crest on one side and on the other with a spray of flowers. The lid is also decorated with a floral spray. The decoration of the piece is meant to resemble Chinese export ware of over a century before. The canister stands 152 mm (6 inches) high and has a diameter at the shoulder of 110 mm (4.25 inches). The condition is very good apart from a firing crack ex-factory that has been partially filled in the factory. C1890.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1439608 (stock #3928)
China Rose Antiques
A$200.00
This mock Chinese export ware armorial plate was made by Samson of Paris in the period 1890-1910. It is decorated to the centre with, what purports to be, the armorial, or family crest, of the Boyd family. This is surrounded with hand painted flowers and raised slip decoration. It is unmarked, but examples are shown in plates 54-7 of "Godden's Guide to European Porcelain". It measures 234 mm (9.25 inches) in diameter. The condition is very good.