Porcelain

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A pair of English porcelain cabinet plates with floral decorations and a navy blue and salmon ground with scalloped borders, circa 1830-1840, likely Bloor Derby, each with a pattern number “8280” in red script on their backs (For a larger … Continue reading

An excellent Paris porcelain cup and saucer with a “grisaille” transfer of three ladies drinking tea under the shade of trees in a garden, with a flared rim cup and a footed saucer, circa 1815-1830 (For a larger image, simply … Continue reading

An excellent Paris porcelain cabinet plate, marked by the Feuillet factory, circa 1817-1834 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) DIAMETER: 9″. CONDITION: Flawless. NOTES: The Feuillet factory mark in red, black or gold indicates a manufacture date … Continue reading

A very good pair of English Regency cabinet plates, by Worcester, circa 1816-1825, vibrantly colored, and fully marked on the reverse in red with a crown and “Chamberlain’s Regent China, Worcester, & 155, New Bond Street, London”, together with an … Continue reading

A very good Paris porcelain tea and coffee service, with a royal blue ground and gilt highlights with Neoclassical decorations, circa 1815-1830 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) SOLD TO THE TRADE If you are interested in … Continue reading

A complete set of four English ceramic figurines emblematic of “The Four Quarters of the Globe”, made and marked by the Derby Factory Workshop, circa 1780-1800. Each ceramic porcelain figurine stands on a gilt “rocaille” molded base. The cartouche on each … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine pair of French Paris porcelain baluster form urns with Neoclassical decorations on one side, including a lyre, the symbol associated with the Greek god of music, Apollo, the reverse with a framed floral paintings of the highest ranking, circa … Continue reading

A garniture of French Paris porcelains, including two vases and two corbeille baskets, each decorated with gilded surfaces and matt blue bandings, circa 1820-1830 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph)   If you are interested in acquiring any … Continue reading

An impressive pair of French Paris hard-paste porcelain Neoclassical urns, with finely painted landscapes and detailed “bisque” handles, circa 1800-1820 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) Each urn is finely painted with landscapes. On one vase is … Continue reading

A charming Paris porcelain potpourri with finely painted image of a winged Cupid standing with his arms outstretched assisting a very young girl kneeling who appears to have dropped her basket, circa 1800-1820. Beautiful matt-ground color on the reverse The … Continue reading