4260 – Book Form Liquor Flask - Bennington type book form liquor flask, 19th century. Minor repaired chips. H. 7.5″. $195.
3960- Pair Dutch Vases - Pair of flaring Dutch Delft vases with oriental themes in a rich cobalt tone, 18th century, rims shaved slightly, h. 10′, signed. $525 the pair
3951 – Sunderland Ship Vase - An American ship in Sunderlund soft paste, circa 1820, monogram, and verso with a parting couple and British ships in harbor. 9.5″ tall.
3807 – Floral Faience Francaise Punch Bowl - A faience Francaise punch bowl with beautiful polychrome floral decoration. D. 11″, h. 5″.
3783- Delft Jar in Lamp Form - The 18th century Delft jar is in the early baluster form. With raised decoration, the vase stands 7.5″, the overall height is 20″ in this later lamp form. $390.
3564 – Five Piece Mason China - Much loved Mason’s china with a clear factory mark verso. Five pieces including three platters , two with strainers and on well and tree type. Lively and colorful decoration in intimation of Chinese export products. All early 19th century. No damage or repair. Sizes 18″ x 14.5, 17″ x 13″, 19″ x 15″. All for […]
3506 – Shell-Form French Faience Bowl - A deep and large 15 1/2″ shell-form French faience bowl in scallop form. French, 18th century with bright floral decoration. Restored and ready to decorate your table
3315 – Pair of Continental Sevres - A closely matched pair of medium Continental, probably French, Sevres, late 18th or early 19th century covered dishes with under trays that I just bought today. Details flow at the rims with gilt tendrils outlining reserves in this striking blue. Floral bouquets appear in reserves at the sides and lids. There is some light staining […]
9231- Chinoiserie Soft Paste Bowl - English 18th century soft paste bowl in blue Chinoiserie decoration. Note 2 ½” x ½” professional repair at rim. D. 10”. $225.
6171- Delft Glazed Plates - The Delft glazed pair are each 9″ in diameter. A blue painted rim frames a central cartouche. Condition is typical with minor chips at the rims. 18th century. Diameter 9”.