European Porcelain and Pottery

Rose Medallion Punch Bowl - A 19th century “Rose Medallion” punch bowl, Note a 2.5″ X 2.5″ old v-shaped repair. H. 5.5″ diam.14″ $280.
Portrait Miniature of the Early 1800s - A stylish young beauty is the subject of the portrait miniature of the early 1800s. With period dress and jewelry, she is carefully painted in detail in this most difficult medium reflecting the work of anContinue reading
Dutch Delft Tiles - Dutch Delft tiles originally used in a fireplace surround, from about the year 1720. The scenes are often allegories or parables of period fiction. These have a special feel in their soft colors and glaze. IContinue reading
French Faience, ca. 1700s, Bordeaux - French Faience, ca. 1700s, Bordeaux.  Hand-painted figures are shown enjoying the French countryside.All below in soft yellow-greens with black outlining. Pair sauces, length 8″ $345 the rare pair. A sitting nun is pictured. Plate, aContinue reading
Early 1800s Century Spode tureen - A Spode tureen, early 1800s, with with robust decoration of flowers sprouting, all in the Imari palette. Handles are navy with gilt touches. H. 9.5″, w. 14″, d. 9.5″.
Moustiers Region French 18th Century Faience with Floral Decoration - Moustiers region French 18th century faience with floral decoration. These are technically pottery with a hard glaze, so they will tend to show chips with age and should be left in that state. These haveContinue reading
Delft charger, 18th century - Delft charger, 18th century. These were modeled after the Chinese export plates of the period. Typical minor rim chipping. Soft blue floral designs with a paneled inner rim. D. 12″. $220.
Old Paris porcelain urn - Old Paris porcelain urn detail shown in the image above. Ca. 1830-40’s. H. 10″, d. 8″.   $ 225.
18th century Delft charger -     18th century Delft charger bowl with a fluted rim under blue Chinoiserie landscape decoration. No repair.D. 10″, h. 2″. $175.
Delft charger , 17th century - This early 1600’s Delft charger imitates the Chinese import production of the era. Note that the center design copies the Chinese central figure with a fenced garden scene. This is  a very early form withContinue reading