Six porcelain plates from Nast à Paris, each representing a bird painted in polychromy from ornithological engravings. Garland of foliage on the marli in gold, 1- "Geai de Siam mâle", 2- "Merle de St Domingue" 3- "Touraco de Guinée" 4- "Perruche du Brésil" 5- "Sarcelle mâle de Chine" 6- "Grigri du Brésil, femelle" Each is marked on the reverse with the name of the bird and the factory mark in red "Nast à Paris" Beginning of the nineteenth century.
Large chocolate cup and saucer in hard porcelain, decorated in gold with a garland of vine leaves and threads of pearls in relief. the cup with a flared edge rests on three claw feet, the handle is surmounted by a man's head. Excellent condition, beautiful freshness of gilding. Early Nineteenth century
Litron cup called “mignonnette” and its saucer (fourth size) in soft Sèvres porcelain, decorated in polychromy with roses and small bouquets in medallions on a background decorated with flowers framed by blue bands with gilded dots. Borders underlined with a gilt edging Mark: LL intertwined, letter-date MM for 1789 and the mark of Madame Bunel active in Sèvres from 1775 to 1817 - Eighteenth century - 1789
Two rare knives decorated with coats of arms, the soft porcelain handles of Saint-Cloud, finished in butt decorated in blue shades of a coat of arms and foliage and arabesques. Period mounts in silver and steel blade with a cutlery mark - Eighteenth century - around 1710-1730
Chantilly - Teapot in soft porcelain, in the shape of a squash with ribbed ribs, with polychrome kakiemon decoration of exploded pomegranates and branches - Around 1740.
Arras - covered round terrine décor bone china blue monochrome flowering twigs, the side grips and the grip of the lid-shaped branches rock. Marked: AR in blue and painter's mark (bird) Eighteenth century.
Litron cup and saucer in hard Sèvres porcelain decorated with gold rectangles alternating with flower buds. Cup and saucer marked in blue with the two crowned interlaced LL - Eighteenth century - Louis XVI period
Paris - Bowl or Bouillon covered round shape, with two handles in the Greek style with its oval display decorated in polychrome and gilding of a seedling of a seedling of roses in button, the display presents in the center a decoration of two doves on a pink background - Directoire period - Late eighteenth century