Rare pair of Delft earthenware mustard pots on pedestal and their earthenware lids decorated with polychrome lambrequins. First half of the eighteenth century.
Meissen porcelain ewer, the handle ending in a draped woman's bust and the grip of the lid in the shape of rocaille motifs, polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers. Marked: crossed swords in blue. Eighteenth century, circa 1745. The frame of the lid in vermeil.
Pair of small drainers in Delft or German earthenware decorated with flowers in blue and red on enamel, resting on three small feet. Eighteenth century
Pair of baluster-shaped vases in Naples or Terchi majolica with two scrolling handles painted blue, polychrome decoration in the style of Castelli earthenware, trees, small figures against a backdrop of landscapes and buildings in the background - Eighteenth century
Pair of hard porcelain cups and saucers with polychrome and gilt decoration of seedlings and garlands of flowers and cornflowers, gilt serrated thread - Eighteenth century
Pair of Tournai soft porcelain compotes in the shape of a shell decorated in blue and gold with a Greek frieze on the edge. Marked with crossed swords and four crosses in gold - Eighteenth century
Savona earthenware dish decorated in shades of blue in the center of a large building, the wing decorated with two sailing boats and flowering branches - Coat of arms mark on the reverse - End of the seventeenth - Beginning of the eighteenth century. Another dish in a style similar to this one currently on sale on our site.
Savona earthenware dish in blue shades decorated in the center with a bridge in front of a castle in the background, the wing decorated with two sailing boats, a building and flowering branches. End of the seventeenth - Beginning of the eighteenth century.
Two small litron cups and their saucers in soft Tournai porcelain from the service of the Duke of Orléans, decorated with birds from Buffon's "The Natural History of Birds". The first of these two cups is decorated with the "Purple-breasted Blue Manakin" and on the saucer the "Varied Amazon Parrot from Brazil" The second cup is decorated with the "Black Father, from Martinique" and its saucer with the "Choucas des philipines” on a blue background decorated with gilt foliage, arabesques and garlands of pearls and butterflies in medallions. They are equipped with a rectangular handle called "Greek style" The name of the birds is inscribed in black on the reverse - circa 1787- 1792
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
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
Meissen - Small polychrome porcelain statuette of a young boy playing bagpipes sitting on a rock, his dog lying at his side - Eighteenth century - 1745