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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 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 26 inch high 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 Art Nouveau / 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.
Excellent Condition. No chips or cracks – looks like a professional repair to beak of bird. No other repairs – in beautiful condition overall.
An ‘Early English Porcelain Dessert Set’ consisting of 8 dessert plates and two serving pieces. Each piece has a different hand painted flower in it’s centre with a scroll border coloured in a Minton teal blue. Unmarked – possibly Minton or Coalport.
Marked: No mark. (Possibly Minton or Coalport.)
Plates Measures: 9 inches in diameter
Pedestal Server Measures: 11 1/2 inches in diameter (approx. 3 inches tall)
A charming pair of Sevres styled porcelain vases with delightful figural scenes of a fair maiden and cherub in a forest with a basket of flowers, signed by artist P. Roche, it dates circa 1860, France. It features an ovoid shaped porcelain body, hand-painted in colours of teal, violet, blue, yellow, pink, brown and green, and decorated with embellishments of foliate and gold throughout, with a metal beaded rim, curved metal handles and metal foot. Beautifully designed and painted, it would be perfect for a unique gift, or a collector of fine art objects.
Signed: Artist signature: P. Roche
Measures: 13 inches tall x 4 inches wide (1 1/2 inches in diameter.)
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
This is a pair of unusual Aesthetic Movement vases in the form of fleur-de-lis: Heavily gilded and decorated on the fronts with large, brightly colored, ovoid figural panels depicting two ladies in pastoral settings during the harvest: one gathers grapes, the other grain. The vases are further embellished with figural lily, flowers, buds and leaves. They rest on curved pedestal bases with trefoils on the front.
Measures: 21 inches high
Large Meissen Figural Candelabra – ‘Pink Indian’ Pattern c. 1880.
A large candelabra by Meissen in the ‘Pink Indian Pattern’, it dates late 19th century Germany. The candelabra is decorated with patterns of flower, leaf and scroll, it has 3 candle holders and is beautifully hand-painted with colours of pink, red, peach, yellow and gold on white porcelain. There are two figures in the centre of the body dressed in robes with flowers, the details are quite fine and uncanny to cherub characters from Greek and Roman myths.
A delightful candelabra by Meissen in the ‘Pink Indian Pattern’, the object was once used an everyday object for entertaining at the time.
Marked: with Meissen crossed swords mark in blue on the bottom.
Measures: 20 inches in height.
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.
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 beautifully hand painted ‘Sevres” French porcelain box with a hand painted French courting scene on the lid. The lid is hinged opening to reveal a white interior. Bronze trim and burnished and hand painted gold help decorate the box further. Marked on bottom with Sevres cartouche mark.
Dates late 19th Century, France.
A stunning hand painted porcelain figurine of mother bird feeding her young in the nest, with two small ink jars on either side, from Herend, Hungary. It features a lovely woven and pierced porcelain base decorated with floral and scroll, and painted with vibrant colours throughout in red, pink, violet, blue, yellow, orange, green and gold over white porcelain. It is a unusual, yet beautiful design of excellent quality.
Marked: Blue Shield Mark. Herend. Hungary. Hand-Painted. (1839 -1939.)
Measures: 5 inches long x 3 1/2 wide.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A lovely Art Deco figure by Rosenthal featuring a lady running beside a Saluki dog designed by Gustav Oppel.
Originally designed for the 1936 Olympics. Signed GO on top of base and marked with Rosenthal round mark on bottom.
No damage or repairs.