Large covered ecuelle in Chinese porcelain decorated with flowers and branches in the Imari palette in underglaze blue, iron red and gold, the flat handles in the shape of lilies, shaped after a French goldsmith's model. Kangxi period (1662-1722).
Montpellier earthenware sprinker in the shape of an octagonal baluster decorated in blue shades of lambrequins and checkered reserves - Eighteenth century
Pair of Marseille earthenware glass buckets with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers on both sides, fitted with handles in the shape of branches. Factory of the Veuve Perrin - Eighteenth century
Cup on pedestal in majolica from Urbino with full polychrome istoriato decoration depicting a scene from the history of Rome.This is an episode described by Tito Livio, (LIVIO, I-XXXVII). when King Tarquinio Priscus during the Second Sabine War offersVulcan the remains of the enemy. It was customary after a warlike episode to divide the booty into three parts, one part for the military, one for the people and the last was burned in honor of the Gods. Inscription on the reverse that can be translated as: "When Tarquinio offers the prey of hostilities to the god Vulcan" - Sixteenth century - Around 1550.
Delft earthenware plate, Manufacture de l'A grec, Atelier de Pieter Adrian Kocx, decorated in the Imari palette known as "Delft Doré" with a flowered vase of blooming chrysanthemums and branches and two parrots, the border decorated with foliage. Circa 1701-1722
Loosdrecht (Netherlands) - Rare covered porcelain sugar pot with polychrome decoration of birds including an owl on a branch andgarlands of foliage underlined with a gold fillet, taken from the lid in the shape of an acorn.Marked on the reverse: "M.O.L." for the Oud Loosdrecht factory in underglaze blue - Second half of the eighteenth century.
Sceaux earthenware plate with plain edge with polychrome decoration in the center of two “drinkers” seated in the style of Téniers, On the wing, on three terraces drinking glass and pitcher on a stool, upside-down bench and broom - Eighteenth century
Copy with a dedication to Mr Pierre Verlet Curator of the Louvre Museum. Publisher's beige cardboard binding, spine and top cover titled in red, IV and 96 pages , with 61 plates of illustrations out of text (220 monochrome reproductions), including 4 plates each presenting 2 laminated color illustrations. The illustrated dust jacket is missing. Preface by Hans Haug, curator of the Strasbourg Museum.
MOUSTIERS - Round dish on board bypassed in earthenware with relief decoration trompe l'oeil green olives, decorated border in orange shades bouquets. Eighteenth century.
Large oval dish with a rounded edge in Marseille earthenware with an off-center polychrome decoration in the middle of a large bouquet of flowers, it is surrounded by many insects and two flowering branches on the wing and the fall, yellow mesh on the edge. Robert factory - Eighteenth century - Around 1765-1770 - Long: 45.5cm
Large Nevers faience ridge pigeon decorated in polychrome with a heart pierced with an arrow on its chest - End of the Eighteenth century
Earthenware dish of Islettes - Dupré period polychrome of a basket loaded with a big bouquet of flowers, three branches blooming on the wing. Excellent condition - Early nineteenth century
Oval dish in earthenware from Lyon with manganese decoration of two putti on terraces. One, standing playing with a hoop the other with a trumpet, sitting on a stone, flying bird and insects. The border decorated with flowering branches, a squash and anamorphosis - Eighteenth century
Important stoup in glazed earth - depicting crowned St. Helena carrying the cross in a medallion surrounded by four fleurs-de-lis framed by balusters surmounted by a tympanum with the monogram of Christ: IHS between two other lily flowers bucket probably representing the face of the child Jesus Probably from Saint-Omer Late Eighteenth century