Judith Ravnitzky, specialist in European porcelain and fine glass Judith Ravnitzky
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1365162 (stock #G571a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1,495.00
This porcelain charger was produced in France by Lazeyras, Rosenfeld & Lehmen Limoges in the 1890s. The charger was hand painted by a professional artist and is signed on the front. The back has double underglaze markings from the factory. The charger is 15 1/2 inches in diameter. It is pierced for hanging and retains wiring for hanging. The decoration is exceptional in subject and execution. There are figures of three ladies, one sitting in a sedan chair. There is so much detail and the painting is brilliantly colored. It has a rococo border painted in heavy gold. A charger of this size is difficult to find. It is a truly one-of-a-kind treasure. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1363786 (stock #G566)
Judith Ravnitzky
$450.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in France by Haviland & Co. Limoges in the 1890s. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/2 inches and is 7/8 of and inch high. The cup is 2 1/8 inches high. The style of decoration is reminiscent of work done at the Sevres factory. The ground color is cobalt blue. Elaborate raised gilding in two-color gold is augmented with hand enameling. The interior rim of the cup has embossed gilding. The handle has raised gold work and there is beaded gold trim on both pieces. The contrast of all of this rich gilding against the cobalt blue ground is highly unusual and quite spectacular. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1837 VR item #1356125 (stock #G524)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain cup and saucer was produced in France around 1810. There are no markings on either of the pieces. It could have been made by one of the numerous porcelain manufacturers in the Paris vicinity at that period. The saucer has a diameter of 5 inches and the cup is 3 3/8 inches high, excluding the handle. The porcelain is heavy and substantial. The decoration is hand painted. Stylized ornaments, including a cornucopia and swans, decorate the sides of the cup. The central decoration on the cup is a gilded medallion of a lion encircled in a laurel wreath. The gilding is finely etched. The saucer has hand painted instruments and trophy objects. Three quarters of the interior of the cup is gilded. The handle and the rims are trimmed with bright gilding. This cup and saucer is a wonderful example of the French Neo-Classical style. Condition: The well of the saucer has minor wear to the gilding.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1356121 (stock #G523)
Judith Ravnitzky
$450.00
This porcelain plate was produced in France by Sevres in 1893. There is an underglaze mark with the year 1892 and an overglaze decorating stamp from 1893 confirming this to be genuine Sevres. It has a diameter of 9 5/8 inches. It is hand decorated in classic French style. A cluster of roses is encircled by a blue band and scrolled gilding. Around the border are more roses and feathery gilding. The gold is very delicate and raised. This plate has understated elegance that will always be in fashion. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1355429 (stock #G519)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain dish was produced in Germany by Meissen between 1890 and 1910. It has the underglaze cobalt blue crossed swords marking. The dish measures 7 1/4 inches in diameter and is 2 inches high. It is made of the finest porcelain the Western world has ever produced. The dish has a scalloped edge and embossed basket weave molding. The decoration is known as “Pink Indian” with hand painted pink and raspberry stylized flowers. The design is inside the dish as well as outside. The piece is richly gilded inside and out. Meissen quality and its superb classic design will always be in style. Condition: Excellent, first quality.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1355426 (stock #G518)
Judith Ravnitzky
$400.00
This pair of porcelain baskets was produced in France by the Marc Eugene Clauss Manufacturer between 1868 and 1896. They measure 6 inches in diameter and are 3 1/2 inches high. The baskets have lovely reticulation and sit on little ball feet. They are decorated in a similar fashion to Dresden. There are sprays of colorful flowers inside. Tiny flowers accent the reticulation inside and outside. They have fine hand gilding and gold trim. How wonderful it is to find an undamaged matching pair. These baskets are a delightful confection of porcelain.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1355424 (stock #G516)
Judith Ravnitzky
$699.00
These 4 porcelain sherbet cups and underplates were produced in France by Delinieres & Co., maker of the porcelain and Bernardaud & Co. Limoges, the decorators in 1900. Each piece bears the underglaze mark for the porcelain manufacturer and overglaze mark from the decorating firm. The underplates measure 5 3/8 inches in diameter and the cups are 3 1/4 inches high with a diameter of 3 1/2 inches. The porcelain is delicate and rings like a bell. They are elaborately decorated. The decoration is a painted-over transfer in vivid colors and accented with enamels. The gilding is profuse. What makes these extra special is that they are decorated inside and outside of the cups. The underplates are contoured so that the well rises up to meet the bottom of the sherbet cup. It makes such a lovely presentation. CONDITION: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1339075 (stock #G504)
Judith Ravnitzky
$135.00
This porcelain tea cup and biscuit tray was produced in France by Haviland Limoges in the 1890s. The tray measures 8 inches long, 7 inches wide and the cup is 2 1/4 inches high. The set is made of fine, translucent porcelain. It has molded, high relief detail. The set is decorated with a factory transfer design of pastel colored florals. These wispy flowers float across the porcelain surface and down inside the cup. There is a gilded accent on the cup and tray handles. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1333855 (stock #G493)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1,250.00
This porcelain charger was produced in France by Lazeyras, Rosenfeld & Lehman Limoges in the 1890s. It is titled on the back “Dictant Une Lettreâ€, Dictating a Letter, “after Harry Roseland". Harry Herman Roseland (c.1867—1950) was one of the most notable painters of the genre painting school around the turn of the 20th century. An American, Roseland was primarily known for paintings centered on poor African Americans. The charger measures 13 1/2 inches in diameter. The Limoges blank was painted and signed by the artist P. Bazanaud. The scene shows a well dressed young woman writing a letter for an elderly black woman. The figures are portrayed with fine detail to their attire and surroundings. The border is scrolled and heavily gilded. The porcelain is pierced on the back and wired for hanging. Condition: Excellent. For the purpose of accuracy, there is very minor wear to the gilded edge. When viewed straight on it is not visible.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1333597 (stock #G491)
Judith Ravnitzky
$195.00
This porcelain serving dish was produced in France by Klingenberg Limoges. The white blank was sold for decoration to a studio artist. It is signed and dated 1906. The dish measures 16 inches across the handles. it is 8 3/4 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep. The porcelain has scrolled, molded handles and scalloped edges. Colorful hand painted roses spill across the interior of the dish. There is gold trim on the handles and edges. This is an attractive piece with an impressive size for use and display. Condition: There is a trace of wear to some gilding on the edge that is hardly noticeable. The piece is in overall excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1333592 (stock #G490)
Judith Ravnitzky
$195.00
This porcelain dresser tray was produced in France by Jean Pouyat Limoges around 1914. It has an underglaze mark and an overglaze mark indicating that the porcelain and decoration are from that factory. The tray measures 12 1/2 inches long and 10 1/2 inches wide. The border has an irregular shape so that the length and width are calculated to the best of our ability. The tray was created in the art nouveau style with flowing lines in decoration and shape. The flower decoration is a factory transfer. Rich gilding accents the border. There is a creaminess to the porcelain that really brings out the pastel colors and contrasts with the gilding. If you love art nouveau style you will appreciate this tray. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1333334 (stock #G489)
Judith Ravnitzky
$295.00
This porcelain serving dish was produced in France by Tressemann & Vogt Limoges between 1892 and 1907. The blank porcelain was sold white ware to the renowned painter Ester Miler for decoration in New York City. The artist’s signature is in the decoration. The dish measures 9 1/2 inches in diameter. It is 2 1/2 inches high with the second tier having a diameter of 4 3/4 inches. The ground color shades from light blue-green to light yellow. It is a perfect backdrop for the white and peach colored roses and foliage. The colors blend so pleasingly. Miler’s signature brush style is clearly evident in this piece. It is trimmed with heavy gilding giving the dish a rich touch. This is a lovely, versatile serving dish you will want to use often. It would also make a great gift for some special occasion. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1327005 (stock #G477)
Judith Ravnitzky
$895.00
This porcelain centerpiece bowl was produced in France by the Marc Eugene Clauss porcelain manufactory between 1868 and 1896. The bowl measures 15 inches across the length of the handles. It is 8 inches wide and 6 1/2 inches high. The porcelain is elaborately molded with curved feet and handles. The hand painted decoration has similarities to that of Meissen and Dresden decorators. All of the flower decoration is vibrant and colorful. The interior of the bowl is splendid. You can see bunches of high relief fruits at each corner. Raised gold beaded and gilding are in abundance. This is a spectacular piece to use as a focal point for your dining table or buffet. Condition: Excellent. Note: Early porcelain often has minor imperfections in the manufacture that can be roughness, unevenness in the glaze, etc. These types of things can be expected with porcelain well over 100 years old.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1324390 (stock #G474)
Judith Ravnitzky
$695.00
These 11 porcelain chocolate cups and saucers was produced in France by Haviland Limoges around 1910. The saucers have a diameter of 5 inches and the cups are 2 1/4 inches high. The porcelain is fine and translucent. The handles on the cups are ribbon shaped. The decoration is a factory transfer of intricate gilding. The inside rims of the cups have a gilded border and the wells on each saucer have a lacy medallion. Note: Only one cup and saucer is pictured but the price includes the set of 11 cups and saucers. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1315621 (stock #G460)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1,200.00
This set of 12 porcelain luncheon plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. They were produced exclusively for the renowned retailer Ovington’s of New York & Chicago. They measure 8 3/4 inches in diameter. The centers of each plate are hand painted with vibrantly colored flowers. All the plates are artist signed in the center. The rest of the cream colored plates are decorated with elaborate raised gilding. A thin band of brilliant blue and embossed gold finish the edge of these plates. The foot ring on the back of these plates is painted with gold. They deserve a special place to display and enjoy. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1315574 (stock #G459)
Judith Ravnitzky
$2,995.00
This set of 12 porcelain dinner plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. They were made exclusively for the fine retailer Richard Briggs & Co. of Boston. The plates measure 9 1/8 inches in diameter. The plates are decorated with elaborate raised gilding. Cartouches containing vividly hand painted sprays of flowers decorate the borders. Embossed bands of gold trim the outer rim and the interior of the plates. The bright colors of the flowers and the bright gilding are outstanding on the pure white porcelain. The foot ring on the backs of these plates is painted with gold. This quality workmanship and beauty of design exemplify an era of elegance you will enjoy. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1315572 (stock #G458a)
Judith Ravnitzky
$3,250.00
This set of 12 porcelain service plates was produced in France by Charles Ahrenfeldt Limoges around 1900. The set was made exclusively for the retailer C. Reizenstein of Pittsburgh-Allegheny. The plates measure 10 3/8 inches in diameter. They have a one inch border of deep, cobalt blue that is ornately gilded with raised gold. Additionally, there are two bands of embossed gilding, one on each side of the cobalt boarder. There is a central spray of colorful flowers and a band of flowers encircling it. The flowers in the center contain an artist’s signature. The foot ring on the back of the plate is gilded. The quality of these plates is superb. You can set your table or display them with pride. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1311100 (stock #G455)
Judith Ravnitzky
$450.00
This Paris tea cup and saucer was made in France by the Le Rosey studio around 1860. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4” and the cup is 2 1/8” high. It is made from fine translucent porcelain. The handle is as thin as a strand of spaghetti. The decorators were trained in the Sevres factory. Le Rosey was honored at many Paris exhibitions. This cup and saucer is beautifully hand painted with a goddess in the clouds. The gilding is elaborate and the saucer has trophy objects often seen on French porcelains. Condition: Excellent