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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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A beautiful and large Royal Vienna portrait vase with heavy raised gilding in Art Nouveau floral designs over a mottled red/pink porcelain background. The painting is of the famous portrait “Ruth” after the artist Charles Landelle in the 19th Century.
Signed by artist. Marked with Royal Vienna bee-hive underglaze mark on bottom.
Measures: 32 inches tall x 10.5 inches wide (at handles)
Excellent condition. No repairs or damage.
A spectaular pate sur pate vase by Mintons – by one of the rarest artists in this technique – Albion Birks. The 2 handled vase has much gold decoration on the body, handles, base and lid. The centre is a pate sur pate scene is of a classical woman reaching for flowers in a jardiniere full of flowers (white over pink/salmon colour background). The pate sur pate scene is signed “Birks”.
Marked – Mintons, England on bottom – signed Birks on pate sur pate scene.
Measures: 13 1/2 inches tall x 6 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition (some professional gold touch up to 1 handle – which only is only seen by a trained eye).
A stunning majolica pedestal bowl with 3 white cranes standing upon a turtle’s back each with one leg raised. They stand in front of tall foliage in green and the bowl above is also in green with a brown interior. Cranes also decorate the outer body of the bowl.
Measures: 15 1/2 inches tall x 12 1/2 inches in diameter ( 7 inches wide from base.)
A ‘Pair of Early Derby English Figures’ – made in England, dates circa 1800- 1825. Features two beautifully hand-painted porcelain figures of a bather and a flower maiden in a classical style, standing bare footed on a platform with a pierced base decorated with flowers and branches.
Marked. Derby Crown Mark. England. Dates 1800 – 1825.
Figure Measures: 15 inches tall x 6 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. (Minimal wear from use and age. There is a small repair noticeable on the back branch of the flower maiden figurine – see close-up image for reference.)
A Pair of lovely Hand-Painted Meissen Vases With ‘Deer and Hunter Scenes’ . It features a unique double – bulbous shaped vase in a pale yellow colour with white ground and gold decoration, and multiple hand-painted forest scenes containing deer and hunters on horseback.
Marked. On the bottom in blue, ‘AR’ mark (Augustus Rex mark – early 19th century period).
Measures: 7 inches tall x 3 1/8 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. Minor wear from age and wear.
A beautiful quality hand painted plate with colourful Pheasants and decorative gold border.
The plate is a Salad or Dessert sized plate.
Marked for Royal Crown Chelsea China, England and dates circa 1900.
A fine pair of porcelain server plates with hand-painted suburban landscape scenes, it dates mid-19th century. The pair feature a beautiful design with two handles, and a hand-painted scene in the centre, decorated with a deep blue coloured border with ornate gold embellishments throughout. Unmarked Ridgway porcelain.
Marked: #1480 in orange.
Plate Measures: 11 1/8 inches long x 8 1/2 inches wide.
Pair of Paris Porcelain hand painted vases with hand painted flowers in pink, blue, rust and decorated in burnished gold.
Marked. crossed arrows mark for: Bourdois & Bloch, Paris, France circa 1890
Measures: 8 1/4 inches tall x 5 5/8 inches wide.
A fine Derby porcelain tray with a unusual scalloped oval shape design that dates circa 1800-1815. It features a beautifully hand-painted pattern in orange containing scroll, shell, feather and grape throughout the border, accented with gold embellishments and trim. Early Derby mark in “purple” or puce colour on back – dating circa 1800-1815.
Marked: with early Derby mark – crown & D & crossed lines mark on back in purple.
Measures: 11 7/8 inches long x 9 3/8 inches wide.
A beautiful early Ridgway English porcelain server in a deep cobalt blue and heavy crusted gold decoration over top. 4 panels of hand painted flowers border the dish and 2 handles help to hold while serving. The piece was probably never used but just admired for it’s beautiful work.
Unmarked Ridgway porcelain, circa 1850.
Measures: 11 1/2 inches long (handle to handle) x 8 1/2 inches wide.
A fabulous and large two-handled Berlin – KPM vase with hand-painted scenes on both front and back. A gilt handles turn into face masks at their peak and then flow into a floral decoration at the rim. Marked with the KPM sceptre mark in underglaze blue on bottom. Beautiful condition. Bright colors!
Measures: 21 inches tall x 13 inches wide at the handles.
A large English porcelain platter in blue transfer with an Egyptian scene – palm trees, dessert, a man with a camel and the 3 pyramids in the background. A nice wide border with florals.
Measures: 19 1/8 inches long x 14 inches wide.
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 large 26 inch Art Nouveau Austrian Amphora type vase having a woman coming out from the vase with a bird resting above grapes and branches. The creamy green coloured background has highlights of gold and teal blue in an Austrian Secessionist style. The vase is marked on back “Thoun”. Dates circa 1900-1910.
Marked: Incised ‘Thoun’ on back
Measures: 26 inches tall x 6 1/4 inches wide.
A charming porcelain figurine of a lady musician playing a piano, created by Meissen, it dates circa 1890-1910, Germany. It is beautifully hand-painted with flowing colours of green, orange, yellow, red, brown and blue, and features fine details in the face, hands, dress, music book and piano.
Marked: ‘Blue Crossed Swords’ Meissen. Germany (Mark dates circa.1890-1910.)
Measures: 5 inches tall x 3 5/8 inches wide.
A large, early Spode Greek Ware Platter with Greek figural scenes and decorations in blue, white and rust colour, dates early 19th century. Features a series of Greek mythology scenes, with a large scene in the centre of a demigod fending off two centaurs, accompanied by eight surrounding scenes. The added rust colour is rare as the platter is seen usually in just blue & white transfer.
Measures: 16 1/2 inches long x 12 7/8 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.