An attractive Dutch Delft milk jug, circa 1650. The quaint blue village scene is flanked with yellow brush strokes and blue touches. All is hand done brush work. Usable condition with evidences of age. H. 6", l. 4". Treat yourself at $360.
17th or 18th century Dutch Delft jar in hand drawn blue on white decoration. Each paneled side has a central bird on a basket within leafage and scrollwork framing. Hidden restored breaks. A beautiful ovoid form with talented workmanship. H. 10", d. 7.5". $390.
A large pair of Staffordshire spaniels, late 19th century. Hand painted decorations with typical wear to the gilt overglaze. Glass eyes. No repairs. These are at home on your mantle as well as resting on your English cupboard. H. 13", w,. 9.5", d. 4". $245 the...
English Delft vase of the late 1600s or early 1700s. Here the paneled floral designs are rimmed with scrolls in imitation of the Chinese export pattern. Minor repair to chips at foot. H. 8", d. 6" $395.
Dutch Delft vases, 17th /early 18th century, in flaring hexagonal form. Loved for these soft tones, and folky decoration. Not a pair, but companions, these can be used beautifully together. Typical chipping for this type of ware. Approximate height is 10". $295
Miniature early 18th century Delft garnitures with dog finial lids. Of bombe' form with floral decoration. Typical minor chips, restoration. Each h. 7", w. 3.5". $ $440 the pair.
Early blue on white English transferware, ca. 1810. Foliate rims and centers. Pair of oblong scalloped bowls. No repair.9.5" x 7.5". $180 the pair.
A pair of blue rimmed continental faience urns. Late 18th or early 19th century. Minor invisible repairs to rim chips. H. 9", d. 4.5". $440 the pair.
Staffordshire hand decorated lions with glass eyes. Pairs of Staffordshire animals were very popular from the 1840's and will always be worth more than twice the price of a single piece. Each lion, h. 10", w. 10.75", d. 5.25". $345
Reticulated fruit bowls of Minton origin with impressed marks, " Spode, New Stone China". These are in transfer decoration in a most satisfying and rare green tone. They are transferware with hand painted touches. early 1800s. Minor " invisible" restoration to one...