17th/ 18th century tin glaze Continental charger is given a most colorful palette with medallions at the rim with a central field of flowers, rockwork, fencing, and a bird, all following the popular Chinoiserie influenceContinue reading
More 17th or early 18th century Delft chargers in a large size. Excellent for table top display on an early table or chest. Call for details and images.
Old Paris porcelain urns in neoclassical form, Paris, circa 1840’s. These are a proper mantle pair. The landscape and architectural scenes are hand painted on both sides with gilt overglaze. Minor old repair,Continue reading
This elegant pair of English platters, circa 1810, featuring most superb decoration. Done as Chinese scenes, the figures have western faces. A Dutch ship is shown in the ocean beyond. Minor reinforcement to decoration. 9.25″ xContinue reading
, a pottery-like ware that is composed of rather soft clay with a hard glaze finish. This rare pair of lidded urns with ram head handles includes detailed and finely painted scenes of dancing andContinue reading
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
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