Rare suite of eight Montereau earthenware plates with grisaille decoration on the theme of the Independence of Greece. Around 1810-1830 - The marli is punctuated with wreaths tied with ribbon inscribed with the names of "Maulis Byron / Canaris Fabvier / Botzaris Eynard" and with the cross of Lorraine bearing banners inscribed with the words "Liberty" and "The Cross". See: Amandry, A. (1982) Greek Independence in 19th Century French Faience, Athens: Fondation ethnographique du Péloponnèse, pp. 37-41.
Porcelain coffee service from the Locré factory - Rue fontaine au Roi in Paris in porcelain with gold threads and grisaille decoration of medallions of busts of ancient figures in gilded medallions, composed of a cylindrical covered jug, a covered sugar bowl, a milk jug, six cups and its six saucers. Two cups with slightly different handles, no doubt replenished - PARIS - Rue de la Fontaine au Roi. Directoire period - Excellent condition.
Moustiers - Plate with edge contoured finely decorated polychromy of grotesques on three terraces, fantastic birds on mound, insects and flowered rocks. Fillet on the edges. Eighteenth century. Diameter: 25.3 cm
Fine earthenware dish of St. Clement shape silverware, decorated with imaginary birds painted in fine quality, birds and ladybugs on the border. some wear on the edge - Eighteenth Century - to 1775-1780
Porcelain plate of Arita decorated in blue under a lacustrine landscape, pagoda on a mountainous background, border decorated with geometric patterns and waves. Japan, Arita - Edo period. 1804-1817