Carving knife and fork with soft Saint-Cloud porcelain handle decorated in blue shades of lambrequins, silver ferrule and steel blade. Beginning of the eighteenth century
Large oval dish in Montpellier earthenware with gadroons in relief on the edge, decorated in blue monochrome in the center of birds around a flowered vase placed on an entablature. Royal factory - Early eighteenth century (Long. : 59.5cm)
Two baluster-shaped Delft earthenware jugs with slightly canted sides, decorated in blue shades of Chinese characters on a background of landscape in the style of Chinese porcelain from the transition period - End of the seventeenth century - Label of the Nicolier house.
Goblet and its saucer with blue, red and gold decoration called Imari of floral reserves alternated with flower panels in gilding on a coral background. Eighteenth century - Kangxi period
Rare Chinese porcelain ointment pot decorated with different flowers painted in the so-called Imari palette Eighteenth century - Kangxi period excellent condition.
Two beautiful plates with contoured edges in Marseille earthenware from the Fauchier factory with off-centre polychrome grand feu decoration of large bouquets and fish for one and cherries for the other - Eighteenth century
Water pitcher in Varages earthenware decorated with an amusing polychrome scene animated by four characters evoking "The Marriage Contract".This scene represents the young woman sealing the contract with the gentleman, the young woman advances on the table her endowment of three bags of crowns. The father with a parasol in his hand seems to want to protect these young people from the sad gaze of a young man represented under the spout of the pitcher, an ousted suitor ? - 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
Chinese porcelain tea box with so-called Imari decoration of flowers and foliage in cartouches in the shape of ruyi and incised decoration of flowers. Kangxi period (1662-1722)
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.
Small Japanese porcelain stove with Imari decoration of flowers and foliage (some in slight relief) Formed from a Japanese porcelain mounted in gilt bronze probably made in France in the late 18th or early 19th century Arita - Early eighteenth century
Lyon earthenware oval dish with contoured border, decorated in polychrome with three grotesque figures around a curved tree, bird and insect in flight and flowering branches on the edge. Eighteenth century