Rare pair of cylindrical Delft earthenware casters decorated with flowering branches in reserves, the upper part in the shape of a dome with a blue background - Height: 10.5cm - Diameter: 6.5cm - First half of the eighteenth century
Lodi (Italy) - Large earthenware dish decorated with a full battle scene in blue monochrome, contoured border highlighted in yellow - Second half of the Eighteenth century - Good condition.
Milan, factory Pascale Rubati (1756-1790) Rare Pair of earthenware coolers, two handles, resting on three feet, decorated in an Imari palette of underglaze blue and red iron and gold, peonies blooming on pierced rocks, Brand in red "Milano" on one and "IVK" in black on the other - Mid-eighteenth century
Höchst - Porcelain covered mustard pot with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers, fruit-shaped, silver mount. Marked on the wheel in red. Excellent condition - Eighteenth century - circa 1750 - 1763
Delft - Pair of plates in full blue camaieu in the style of the Far East, birds over a fence and large flowering branches. Early eighteenth century.
Urbino majolica fountain in the shape of a cave with polychrome decoration, at the top Bacchus drinking in the barrel, on both sides of the square basin a goat and a young boy drinking in a cup, on the back, the wall is pierced two arches. Some restorations. Urbino - Patanazzi Workshop, circa 1580 - References: two fountains close to ours kept at the museum Cluny - Former collection Campana - one appearing Orpheus playing the viol, the other appearing a bagpiper. Jeanne Giacomotti, the majolics of the National Museums, Editions des musées nationaux, N ° 1118 and 1119.
Large Salt cellar - Naples area - Eighteenth century Polychrome decoration representing four characters and shells alternate supporting a salt shaker decorated with a bird, square base resting on four winding feet - Region of Naples - Eighteenth century
URBINO - Dish with polychrome decoration "a istoriato" "Orpheus and the Bacchantes" On the reverse, coat of arms of the LANCIARINI family from Rome. School of Xanto - around 1540 - CF: Collection of the Louvre Museum. Ill. In: J.Giocomotti, CMMN, p.276 and following No. 879 - Lyon Museum of Fine Arts - A dish showing neptune changed into bull N ° l666 - Sale of the Chavaillon - Chatellerault collection Nov. 2002 n ° 67 p.43 - British Museum ref: 1878,1230,443
Meissen - porcelain statuettes Pair representative "Harlequin and Columbine" sitting on rocks. Harlequin wearing a vest decorated with playing cards on background tiles and color stripes, playing the bagpipes, Columbine playing the hurdy-gurdy, polychrome and gold. J.J model Kandler - Eighteenth century - 1745
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.