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.
Delft 17th/early 18th century flagon with extensive floral decoration in blue on white glaze with pewter fittings. Molded, reeded body in the early baluster form. Restoration. H. 10", w. 5.5". $345.
Like the Ku form in a Chinese style, this is a most pleasing form with tendrils, leafage , and berries in a soft blue with bandings. Typical frits at rims. Has old dealer collection tag. H. 7.75", d. 4.5". $330 .
Another charming English Staffordshire pair with oriental scenes overall. Circa 1810. It's another scene I would wish to live in. 7.5" x 7.5". $180 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.
A late 17th or early 18th century large Delft charger or platter, Polychrome decoration overall in reds, green, and blue. The verso with proper trivet marks and an initial. as is usual , a hole for a hanger is molded into the back. Great as a wall piece or table top....