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Rare Alcora faience plate with polychrome trompe l'oeil decoration in the center of a snake wrapped around a lizard, garland of foliage and flowers on the edge - Second half of the eighteenth century - References: - The catalog of the exhibition Alcora a siglo of arte e industria 1996 - a piece of art i industria, illustrates a plate trompe-l'oeil close to ours. Ill 183. - Spanische Fayencen - Alexius and Christian Feit - Edict Hirmer - Ill A57
Vincennes - Sèvres - Circa 1755 -1758. Calabre sugar jar (Second size) in soft porcelain decorated with spiral green ribbons alternating with polychrome flowers falls on a white background applied diagonally. the flowers include roses, bindweeds, carnations, etc. Nets and wolf teeth in gold border - This sugar pot dates from the first years of the manufacture of Sèvres, following the move in 1756 from the Vincennes factory to Sèvres.
Porcelain sugar bowl from Frankenthal - Decorated on both sides of a cartouche with a medallion in the center depicting an antique sculpture in grisaille on a shield surmounted by a grotesque mask, flowers scattered, purple stripe bordering. Crowned CT monogram and initial Eighteenth century - About 1775.
Pretty pair of baluster shaped vases, they are adorned with branches foliage peaches, pomegranates and peonies. on lenticular background. A chip to a heel and a small shine to a collar and some small chip of enamel in the decor - China - Qianlong period - eighteenth century
Four knives, polychrome spun glass handles called "Millefiori" steel blades mark of the cutter "Doron" - silver ferrule. Work probably French (Nevers Perrot?) Or Italian (Venice) - Early eighteenth century - 1680-1720 - Ref: The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris retains a knife and fork with millefiori glass handles similar to ours. Attributed to Bernard Perrot (1638-1709) - the Royal Orleans Glassworks. (Purchase 2010. Inv 2010.120.1-2) The Victoria & Albert museum also retains a knife with similar handle attributed to Venice (inventory number: 1524A-1888)
Roanne - Exceptional Fountain of applique, the body of rectangular form is decorated with a rare polychrome decoration in an oval medallion surrounded by a manganese net appearing Napoleon visiting a cellar accompanied by two characters, in front of a row of barrels where a kneeling man pulls wine, at his side pitcher, crankshaft, cup and funnel. The fountain decorated on the corners of cartridges in imitation of the false marble, on the sides of a windmill and buildings of the other, weir in the shape of a lion's head. The lid decorated with a Bacchus straddling a barrel accompanied by two loves and two bunches of grapes on the sides. take the lid in the shape of an apple. Patronym on...
Brussels - terrine decorated in blue camaïeu with the flowered hedge - eighteenth century
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
Round flat rock reliefs earthenware Saint-Amand-les-Eaux decorated with small fire flower of India called "the lyre" alternating with white highlights branches in bloom amid flax gray enamel, marli "embossed" rock cartridges, edge staple highlighted with brown - Manufacture Fauquez - 1770 - Eighteenth Century
LIGRON (Sarthe) Earthen wall Stoup glazed brown glaze, green and yellow, representing the instruments of the Passion, the bucket is covered and topped with a button - Late seventeenth century.
Vincennes (Seguin) Toilet cup and saucer hard porcelain of Vincennes, with two handles, decorated with garlands of flowers in gilt, Seguin period - Marked the lambel - Eighteenth Century - Towards 1774-1793