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Bernardi’s Antiques sells fine Porcelains from France, England & Germany, as well as some Austrian, Italian and American makers.
Such makers as Sevres, Meissen, Dresden, Derby, Coalport, Aynsley, etc….. Many more Porcelains are available that are not listed here.
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Royal Worcester Cabinet Plate of Oystermouth Castle. – Artist Signed Harry Ayrton c1930.
A stunning Royal Worcester piece, that is hand painted and signed by the artist Harry Aytron. The piece depicts a delightful english sunset landscape scene featuring an old english castle (Oystermouth Castle.), lavish green hills, whimsical trees and sheep.
This is a splendid piece for those who love hand painted treasures, and tend to day dream of english castles, clouds and sunsets.
Marked: In red: Royal Worcester. Made in England. In green: Oystermouth Castle. In orange: Z 402.
Signed: ‘H Ayrton’ for artist Harry Ayrton, it dates to the 1930’s.
A lovely pair of French bisque pedestal vases with a lady full figure on each. Matte finish bisque with hand painted glazed floral decoration along with some other glazed decoration.
Each Measures: 15 inches high x 9 inches wide.
A stunning hand painted and hand gilded portrait vase with a portrait of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire (1757-1806). Marks for the decorating firm of Richard Klemm, Dresden, Germany. Also has a gold covered Rosenthal mark – which was a porcelain blank and then decorated by the Klemm factory.
Mark dates the vase circa 1890-1906
The hand painted portrait is beautifully painted and the gilding is raised and heavy.
Vase measures: 13.5 inches high x 5.5 inches wide.
Marked: RK under crown (Richard Klemm), Germany. Gold covered Rosenthal mark underneath (mark used from 1890-1906). also written “Devonshire”
Excellent condition with no damage or restoration. No Gold wear.
A beautifully hand painted Still Life charger – with attached wire to hang on the wall. The charger measures 24 1/2 inches in diameter. The colours in this French Faience are bright and bold. The painting is signed on the lower right – St. Lambert.
A pair of Royal Crown Derby vases in Green and white decorated with florals. The hand painted florals are signed by Albert Gregory, a famous artist at the Crown Derby factory.
The vases sit on 4 gilt lion paw feet.
Vases measure: 7 inches high each.
Date letter – 1912.
repair on rim of one vase.
Set of 4 – Jean Cocteau Plates – Limoges, circa 1950’s
This is a delightful Limoges set by Jean Cocteau dates 1950’s. Simple, and sophisticated, each plate expresses a unique character through dynamic gestures of line work.
Marked: Each plate has the signature of Jean Cocteau. 1 plate dates 1958, and the back of each plate is marked with the same, Limoges, France mark in green.
Each Plate Measures: 9 1/4 inches diameter.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A beautifully hand painted Royal Vienna portrait plate of a Gypsy after a painting by Bernhard Zickendraht. Signed on side of portrait – Grimm.
Back mark has an underglaze beehive mark, – hand written: “Una Gitana nach Ziikendrath” (a Gypsy after Zikendraht). Also impressed mark in porcelain for HR (early Hutchenreuther porcelain blank).
Exquisite gold work decoration – nice bold, deep colours.
Measures: 9 1/2 inches diameter.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or restoration.
A beautifully painted portrait plate of Lassitude after Angelo Asti. Nice heavy gilt border and cobalt blue band.
Marked with blue beehive mark on back plus “Lassitude nach A. Asti).
Measures: 7 1/4 inches diameter.
Excellent condition – no restoration or damage.
A large jardiniere with Lion face decoration in a cream and gold and green colours. Jardiniere measures: 14 inches diameter x 9.5 inches high.
Marked with Royal Worcester mark and dates circa 1880.
A very rare PAIR of 3 tier compotes with figures of a man and woman sitting atop the servers. Pink and White – the pattern is PINK INDIAN.
Each plate is reticulated and decreasing in size. Compotes measure 22 inches high Each.
Repair to one of the small tier plates.
Germany circa 1890.
A lovely pink coloured vase with a hand painted Venice scene of boats on the water by Royal Crown Derby. The hand painted scene decorates the front of the vase and is surrounded by raised gilt decoration of grapes and leaves with decorative scrolls – gilding also decorates the narrow neck and both the top and bottom rims.
Marks: Royal Crown Derby, England in Red with cypher mark dating it for 1904.
Measures: 4 inches high x 3.75 inches wide
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
This is a stunning large French Limoges pedestal centre bowl with an pale iridescent yellow interior. The exterior has a floral design over white surrounded by an iridescent peach background.
13 inch diameter x 5 3/4 inches high
This is an exquisitely painted cobalt blue demitasse cup and saucer, featuring fine gold bead, foliate and figural neoclassical style decoration.
The top of the exterior cup is banded with gold beading, topping an extraordinary neo-classical frieze of men, women, and children in a pastoral setting.
The shallow cup has a gold, stylized rectangular handle. It rests on a round, pedestal blue and gold foot.
The round, cobalt blue saucer has a raised and inset centre, surrounded with a fine gold band. The raised saucer rim is decorated with three foliate sprays, and a gold and bead banded rim.
If you collect Vienna style 19th century European porcelain, this truly gorgeous cup is an amazing find.
Marked: Bindenschild/”beehive” mark with an “h” below and a pair of raised arms above, a mark attributed to C.M. Hutschenreuther after 1879 (pictured).
Measures Dimensions: Cup: 2″ H. Saucer: 4 1/2″ across.
We offer a lidded urn of elongated baluster form, with gilded bronze mounts and sinuous neoclassical figural and foliate handles.
The urn is exquisitely painted with a young woman and Eros communing in a wooded lakeside landscape.
The painting is signed “Dapoigny”. It is also quite large measuring 41 inches from bottom to top of lid.
The lid, neck, and round pedestal base are cobalt blue porcelain, with parcel gilt scrollwork panels. The urn is mounted to a conforming socle and shaped gilt bronze base. The body slides onto the base and ratates easily to show the front or back while the base stays stationary.
There is no restoration or damage.
his late 19th century French – 29 inch cobalt blue baluster urn is lavishly decorated with gilt bronze and an enamel portrait of a lady, signed “Favony.”
The foliate gilt bronze ornaments include: A pineapple finial on the domed lid, foliate bands surrounding the rim and neck and an ornate oval frame around the portrait, belted to the vase with a wide bronze band.
The urn pedestal is fixed to a laurel-wreathed bronze base.
This lovely pair of birds are perched amidst the fronds and cones of a coniferous tree, foraging for insects.
Both the red and yellow birds are very animated, and rendered in naturalistic shades of red, yellow, green, browns and greys. The brightly coloured birds contrast nicely with the white tree trunk and the clusters of pale green needles and mauve cones. The figurine rests on a round, raised rock-like plinth.
This lovely pair of birds would make a fine addition to a collection of Meissen figurines, or a thoughtful and novel gift for a bird fancier!
Marked: On the base with incised numbers and a letter, “F175″ as well as the blue underglaze Meissen mark in use after 1934.
Measures: Height: 11 ” Width: 7 ” from tail to tail.
This is a lovely pair of decorative plates with incised, scalloped edges rims decorated with gilt overlay.
The rich cobalt blue, cream and white rims feature four white contrasting ovals decorated with floral sprigs and framed in gilt. There are stylized gilt sprigs and sprays overlaid against the cobalt blue.
The impressed centres are beautifully trimmed with a wide gilt band surrounded by a frame of curlicues, leaves and flowers.
The centres are then individually decorated with beautiful sprays of flowers: purple anemone surrounded by springs of forget-me-nots on one and a spray of orchids and bell-shaped flowers on t he other. Both floral centres stand out against white backgrounds.
The plates are noteworthy for both the fineness of their painting and the depth and vividness of their colour.
Spode was founded at Stoke, England in 1776 and remained in production there until 2008. The factory was noted for the fine quality of its china.
These two Victorian era plates are an excellent example of Spode’s quality and beauty and would make a very pretty addition to a collection of high-quality English china.
Marked: With the blue transfer mark of a geometric square overlaid with the letter ‘C” and a geometric frame, with the word “Spode” on top and “Copeland” on the bottom, the factory marks, the factory mark in use between 1875-90. Impressed mark below the glaze “F” above the number”85″ signifying manufacture in February of 1885 (pictured).
A beautifully decorated French porcelain vase in the Sevres manner – with hand painted flowers and gold work with bronze base and rim.
Marked in underglaze blue with France.
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