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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1367865 (stock #G586)
Judith Ravnitzky
$500.00
This set of 6 porcelain soup cups and saucers was produced in the US by Willets Belleek between 1885 and 1909. The porcelain and the decoration originated from the factory. The saucers have a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and the cups are 2 inches high and 5 inches across the handles. The porcelain is egg-shell thin with a molded pattern similar to ones you might find on Irish Belleek porcelain. Sweet pink roses encircle the borders inside the cup, outside the cup and around the saucer. In the very center of each saucer and at the bottom of the cups you find a kind of rose medallion. Delicate gilded accents and gold trim complete these delightful cups and saucers. They may have been designed to serve soup in but you could serve berries with whipped cream or other delicacies. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1333856 (stock #G494)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in the United States by the Ceramic Arts Company, which later became Lenox. It was produced at the transition from CAC to Lenox in the period of 1894 to 1906. The saucer has a diameter of 4 ¼ inches and the cup is 2 inches high. The porcelain is fine and translucent. The silver overlay decoration is in art nouveau style of this period. Under the CAC is a unicorn with the letter “M” signifying the Mauser Silver Company which was located in New York City at that time. The silver is finely tooled and skillfully applied. The set has understated elegance in its simplicity. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1286585 (stock #G405)
Judith Ravnitzky
$395.00
This porcelain bowl was produced in the United States by the Pickard Studio between 1903 and 1905. It is signed Shoner for the artist Otto Shoner. The bowl measures 7 1/2 inches in diameter, handles not included. There are “wish-bone” handles on each side of this scalloped and blown out bowl. The blank originally came Tressemann and Vogt Limoges, France and was decorated at the Pickard Studio. The painting is in the art nouveau style. Brightly colored tulips spill across the porcelain. There is a wide gold border with hand painted accents. It is vibrant and exciting to see. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1258822 (stock #G377)
Judith Ravnitzky
$1595.00
This set of 12 dessert plates was produced in the U.S. by Lenox in 1905. The monogram of HR stands for Helen Roebling, daughter of Ferdinand Roebling, prominent industrialist and developer in Trenton, New Jersey. The family was instrumental in the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and the manufacture of iron cable. The plates are artist signed by acclaimed artist William Morley. These fine quality porcelain plates measure 9 1/8 inches in diameter. They are exquisitely hand painted with delicate pastel colored tea roses in all stages of bloom. No two plates are exactly the same. Morley was a most talented artist who painted with love of roses. They blend so well on the slightly ivory colored porcelain. A thin line of gold dentil trim finishes the edges. You can almost smell the fragrance. They seem so real. Condition: One plate has an old restoration on the back that cannot be seen from the front. These plates have been gently used and there is slight evidence of that. They have historical significance of the Roebling family.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1255133 (stock #G365)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in the US by the Ceramic Arts Company Belleek, later known as Lenox, between 1889 and 1896. The saucer has a diameter of 4 1/8 inches and the cup is 1 1/2 inches high. The porcelain is extremely thin and is molded with a surface similar to a golf ball. The cup has a cute ring handle and little ball feet. The porcelain has an ivory hue. It is hand decorated with trailing vines and flowers painted in raised gold enamel. This cup and saucer is a fine collector’s piece with unique design. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1214571 (stock #G302)
Judith Ravnitzky
$225.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced by Haviland Limoges and decorated in the United States by the Stouffer Studio around 1900. The saucer has a diameter of 5 3/8 inches and the cup is 1 3/4 inches high. The set is beautifully hand painted and artist signed. The design is representative of the art nouveau period. Large flowing poppies stretch across the porcelain. The ground color is a pleasant mint green. There are black painted accents on the heavy gilding. This is a vibrant and exciting cup and saucer. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1213551 (stock #G297)
Judith Ravnitzky
$250.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in the United States by Ott & Brewer in the late 19th century. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/2 inches and the cup is 2 1/2 inches high. The set is made of thin, translucent porcelain. It is factory decorated with hand painted daisies. They are done in raised two colored gold. Some areas are accented with uneven brushed gilding. There is gold trim on the rims and handle. The combination of the gilded decoration and the high gloss surface is pure elegance. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1207877 (stock #G280)
Judith Ravnitzky
$695.00
This porcelain loving cup was produced in the Unites States by Ceramic Art Studio, later known as Lenox, between 1889 and 1906. There is an artist’s signature within the design. The cup is 8 1/2 inches high and the diameter of the opening is 5 inches. It has 3 handles and has molded designs on the foot and around the bottom of the cup. There are roses of various colors painted around the body of the cup. The ground color blends from green to plum. The interior of the cup has shades of salmon with just a suggestion of roses around the rim. The rim is trimmed with gold. This is a very unusual piece of very fine quality. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1206717 (stock #G278)
Judith Ravnitzky
$350.00
This porcelain tea and biscuit tray was produced in the United States by Willets Belleek at the turn of the 19th century. We believe that it is a factory decorated piece. The tray measures 71/4 inches in length and 6 3/4 inches wide. The cup is 2 1/8 inches high. The style of the set is inspired by the Art Nouveau period. The tray is a papyrus leaf and the cup is the blossom. It is hand painted in shades of mauve and gold. It is amazing that such a delicate porcelain object has survived unharmed for over a hundred years. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1158070 (stock #G175)
Judith Ravnitzky
$250.00
This porcelain sugar bowl with lid and cream pitcher was produced in the United States around 1900. It is signed by Osborne who was an artist at Pickard and later opened his own decorating studio. The sugar bowl measures 6 inches across the handles and is approximately 4 1/4 inches high, including the lid. The decoration is in the art nouveau style. There are cartouches of stylized flowers on a cobalt ground. Three borders of decoration are painted with blue and white luster colors. They are accented with gilding and floral designs. The lower portions of each piece have textured gilding. The rims and handles are gilded with heavy gold. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1089655 (stock #F277)
Judith Ravnitzky
$175.00
This porcelain and silver bowl was produced in the United States by Lenox in the early 20th century. It has a diameter of 6 inches and is 3 1/4 inches high. The porcelain has the ivory hue that is the Lenox porcelain trade mark. The rim of the bowl is scalloped and it has a pedestal foot. The outer mid-section of the bowl has a ring of colorful hand painted flowers encircling it. The scalloped rim has a border of silver overlay in a leaf pattern. The leaves are finely etched. The foot of the bowl has a band of silver on it. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1950 item #1071075 (stock #F236)
Judith Ravnitzky
$2,100.00
This set of 6 porcelain plates was produced in the United States in the 1930s or 40s. They are signed by the professional artist Anton Rhodes who worked for Pickard and all of the major decorating studios in the Chicago area during his career. The plates measure 10 3/4 inches in diameter. They have expertly hand painted still life compositions of flower arrangements in various types of receptacles. Each plate is a work of art with pleasing colors and fine artistry. The plates have 2 inch borders of opulent, embossed gilding. The backs of the plates are gilded up to the foot ring. These highly decorative plates are perfect for display in a cabinet or hanging on a wall. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1070664 (stock #F233)
Judith Ravnitzky
$139.00
This porcelain plate was produced in the U.S.A. by Lenox between 1894 and 1906. The plate has a diameter of 9 inches. It was commissioned for the retailer Bailey, Banks & Biddle of Philadelphia. The plate is artist signed W.H. Mosley who was a prominent painter at Lenox. The plate has a soft cream colored ground. The center is hand painted in subtle colors in a rather “Impressionistic” manner. The birds are identified as “Snipe” found in marsh lands. They are painted in fine detail. The rim of the plate is trimmed with heavy embossed gold. The foot ring on the back is also gilded showing that this was no ordinary plate. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1070662 (stock #F232)
Judith Ravnitzky
$139.00
This porcelain plate was produced in the U.S.A. by Lenox between 1894 and 1906. The plate has a diameter of 9 inches. It was commissioned for the retailer Bailey, Banks & Biddle of Philadelphia. The plate is artist signed W.H. Mosley who was a prominent painter at Lenox. The plate has a soft cream colored ground. The center is hand painted in subtle colors in a rather “Impressionistic” manner. The birds are identified as “Teal” which are colorful ducks. They are painted in fine detail. The rim of the plate is trimmed with heavy embossed gold. The foot ring on the back is also gilded showing that this was no ordinary plate. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1070660 (stock #F231)
Judith Ravnitzky
$139.00
This porcelain plate was produced in the U.S.A. by Lenox between 1894 and 1906. The plate has a diameter of 9 inches. It was commissioned for the retailer Bailey, Banks & Biddle of Philadelphia. The plate is artist signed W.H. Mosley who was a prominent painter at Lenox. The plate has a soft cream colored ground. The center is hand painted in subtle colors in a rather “Impressionistic” manner. The birds are identified as “Rail”, a game bird living in marsh lands. They are painted in fine detail. The rim of the plate is trimmed with heavy, embossed gold. The foot ring on the back is also gilded showing that this was no ordinary plate. Condition: Excellent
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1910 item #1018872 (stock #F99)
Judith Ravnitzky
$195.00
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in the United States at Willets Belleek between 1880 and 1904. The saucer has a diameter of 5 3/4 inches and the cup is 2 1/4 inches high. The porcelain is extremely thin and translucent. It has an ivory tint. The cup features a scrolled handle, scalloped rim and pedestal foot. The set is decorated with a factory transfer of ornate gilding that is accented with hand coloring. The cup is decorated inside and out. Condition: There is slight wear to the gilded pattern inside the cup. It is otherwise in excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #921359 (stock #E50)
Judith Ravnitzky
$350.00
This two piece porcelain bowl with underplate was produced in the United States by Pickard around 1910. The underplate has a diameter of 10 1/8 inches and the bowl is 8 1/8 inches in diameter and 3 1/8 inches high. There is a gold leaf covering the mark from the porcelain manufacturer with the Pickard mark on it. The set is octagonal shaped. It is hand painted with delicate pink roses and gilded flourishes. There is embossed gold trim on each piece. Condition: There is a slight bit of wear to the gilding on three points on the rim of the bowl. They are hardly noticeable.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #846155 (stock #D294)
Judith Ravnitzky
$115.00
This pair of porcelain swans was produced in the United States by Lenox between 1930 and 1960. They measure 4 3/4 inches long and 3 1/8 inches high. The porcelain swan forms a little cup like vessel in which to hold nuts or mints. The porcelain is molded in the shape of a swan with graceful neck and defined feathers. It is colored salmon pink. The edges of the wing, tail and feet are accented with gold. Condition: Excellent