European Porcelain and Pottery

DSC_0892 4902 – Assorted Delftware - 17th/18th century Dutch or English Delftware. The charm of this early tin glazed pottery is in the unique appearance of the soft glaze and subtle blue -gray tones. Top. The large scalloped rim bowl isContinue reading
DSC_0899 4899 – Tin Glaze Pottery Tureen - Italian tin glaze pottery tureen with lively floral designs done in soft hues. Please note the delicate floral finial. Restored. 18th century in the rococo taste.  W. 15.5″, h. 8″. $425
DSC_0887 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
DSC_0887_1 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.
DSC_0879 3807 – Floral Faience Francaise Punch Bowl - A faience Francaise punch bowl with beautiful polychrome floral decoration. D. 11″, h. 5″.
DSC_0876 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.
DSC_0887 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.Continue reading
DSC_0874 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
DSC_0769 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 outliningContinue reading
6171 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”.