A beautifully decorated, by hand Old Paris cologne bottle, 19th century. The bottle is in old paris pink and has gilt decoration. Set to the center on a white ground are the most beautiful flowers, and to the other side a bouquet made up of different flowers. Great condition, the bottle stands 6" tall and in script at the bottom in Frence is written painted by hand for P. Gallec of paris, and the Artists initials above the Paris porcelain mark.
Two blue and white dinner plates by Royal Worcester in the Mansfield pattern, discontinued and difficult to find. The plates are perfect and a good size measuring 10 2/3". The pattern has beautiful blue florals on white ground, with gold trim. I will be listing other plates in this pattern.
Outstanding is the word for these fine early 19th Century plates. Beautifully hand painted in a palatte of oranges, pinks, and green, on a white ground. The plates are scalloped at the edges, and at each corner there is a cartouche with a shell, which the potter chose not to highlight. Wise, because the rest of the decoration is vibrant. The plates are 9" and C 1820. perfect condition.
Beautifully detailed and decorated these spoons are enamel on gilt decoration. some of the enameling is done in a mosaic style, while other decoration and designs are incorporated. Each is different and are perfect for collecting, and showing off.
Beautifully detailed is this beveled Barbola mirror on stand measuring 8 1/2". Detailed hydrangiaa, daiseys and tulips among other colorful flowers decorate the top of the mirror as a swag. There are minor silver losses to the left bottom portion of the mirror but the charm of the decoration more than makes up for it.
Dating late 19th Century these pictures of 19th Century women arecolorful and very pretty. Gilt Barbola wood frames surround women fashioned in 19th century dress, one is I think Lady Hamilton and the other after a famous portrait also. Swags and flowers decorate these hand carved frames and these make perfect accents for a dressing room or bath. They measure 7 1/2'' by 5 1/2" and the condition is excellent.
These two torquoise cats modeled by Heidi Schoop are charming. Each is wearing an amusing almost human expression and is glazed and decorated. Heidi Schoop"s trademark initials are incorporated into the design, and the detail is striking. Her designs are sought after by decorators and collectors alike. The figures are substantial in weight and the taller is 17 1/2" and 12" wide at the base. the smaller of the two is 11" tall and the base is 9". These will make you smile.
Perfect Royal Doulton Kang-He tureen in the always popular blue and white. The tureen is 15" high, 12' wide and 5 1/2" tall. Wonderful addition to your blue and white collection or as an accent piece. Of course if you collect Kang-He, this is a must. Lovely flower finail and white lion handles.
A perfect English C1900 Barbola vanity mirror on stand. Decorated allover with Barbola roses and flowers on wood this mirror is a real treat. Highly unusual because of the stand, the mirror tilts, and there are no chips or damage. I love these English Barbola mirrors, this one stands on two feet, 18" high and 14" wide. The workmanship is outstanding.
This is a beautiful 19th Century Coalport Friendship two handled mug. The mug is hand painted with cabbage roses and garden flowers, a colorful bouquet, on a white ground. The mug is a burgendy color and is highlighted in gold for accent. The condition is excellent and the mug dates 1850. The presentation reads, A "Present From A Friend" in Gold script. The inside rim of the mug is decorated in gilt.
An outstanding 19th century Rockingham botanical dessert service consisting of 8 plates and 2 comports. The plates are 8 3/4" and the tazzas are also 8 3/4 and stand 3 1/2" high.
Set on a white ground and surrounded by a green border are hand painted and decorated flowers, those found in English Country Gardens. The whole is trimmed in gilt in the center and to the outside. Pinks, blues, shades of yellow all combine to decorate these very special plates. The condition is excellent and the set is mid 19th Century.
Beautiful Austrian art pottery vase 17 inches tall. Gilt decoration and beautifully glazed, the vase is a soft vanilla color. Raised decoration, that can be seen in the pictures accent this graceful piece, and the handle and top are beautifully executed. C 1890
A 19th Century Nailsea pipe with twist white threads design and a blue rim with a triple bulb stem. The pipe is 13" and perfect.
Nailsea glass is characterized by swirls and loopings, usually on a clear ground. This glass was first made in Nailsea England in 1788-1883.
I love these whimsies, they were usually made during lunch or after regular work was done. The glassworkers would relax by spending time creating unusual glass objects, colorful canes, darners, hats, paperweights and pipes. Whimsies were usually given to family and friends.
An exquisite quality large pair of framed Italian marble verde antico marble plaques, portraying a wonderful scene of playful Putti surrounded by a backdrop of Roses and clouds in bas relief. The plaques are mounted within superb ready to hang wooden gilded frames and each measures 22 inches x 11 inches. Please see the pictures below to really appreciate the detail and quality of these stunning pieces.
This beautiful piece of early English pottery, a pearl ware reticulated basket & matching stand is blue and white. The workmanship & detail is outstanding, each base has a woven effect & the basket is very intricate. Made in Staffordshire c1790-1810. This charming set has come from a private collection & still has the label on the base “From Mrs HILL 44 Albert Gate London S.W”
This would make a great addition to your collection. No Reserve!
Stand 10 inches: 26 cm long x Basket 3 inches 8 cm high
In great condition overall.This is a good honest piece. No fiddling.
After Louis Wain's first drawing titled A Kittens Christmas Party appeared in the Illustrated London News in 1886 the popularity of his drawings grew. Victorian england couldn't get enough. Allerton created this series of children's plates after the drawings shown in that first illustration. The plate has a brown transfer is 7" and has a flea bite at 10 and 2 o'clock.
An Allerton Victorian plate showing a brown transfer of a cat riding on a poodle's back. There is a ball on the floor and the cat is sitting arms akimbo. These transfers are from the drawings of Louis Wain and this is a highly collectable series. One little flea bite at 10 o'clock.
Another charming plate from the Louis Wain series done by Allerton C 1890. Allerton made pottery at Longton from 1859-1942. This ware was seldom marked and none of the plates in this series are marked. This plate has 2 small bites at the edge but nothing to mar the transfer.