Salad bowl in earthenware from Nevers with polychrome decoration patronymic to the bridge of Nevers, the bridge with a lantern, under the sun is animated by seven characters, boats on the river, a three-master in the center and the inscription "Berneart - Groslie. 1800 and "lan 8", a barge train in the foreground - Early nineteenth century
Oval dish in earthenware from Lyon with manganese decoration of two putti on terraces. One, standing playing with a hoop the other with a trumpet, sitting on a stone, flying bird and insects. The border decorated with flowering branches, a squash and anamorphosis - Eighteenth century
Sorbet and saucer in Chinese porcelain with polychrome floral decoration of famille rose - Qianlong period (1735-1796)
Ariano Irpino's deceptive earthenware pitcher with polychrome decoration and relief of a winged putto face in a medallion surrounded by flowers and foliage - Eighteenth century
Small dish called "a la cardinal" in earthenware from Nevers with blue decoration. In the center, a character leaning on a stick against a landscape background, the wing decorated on the top with a winged putti's head, large bouquets of fruit, a medallion depicting a landscape, surrounded by birds and different birds and animals. Diameter: 24.9cm Nevers - Conrade workshop - Seventeenth century.
Goblet and its saucer in soft Saint-Cloud porcelain with relief gadroons, the gallery saucer, decorated in blue shades of flowers on brackets - Around 1710 - Chicaneau-Trou period 1696-1710 - A sugar pot, a teapot and a cup with similar decoration are kept in the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris - Ref: The porcelain collection of Saint-Cloud by Catherine Lahaussois 1997.
Pair of potpourri vases in soft Saint-Cloud porcelain, in the shape of a wickerwork basket, with two twisted handles, placed on a rocky terrace, decorated with flowers, bunches of grapes and foliage in relief - Eighteenth century, around 1740-50
Sèvres - Hard porcelain biscuit medallion with the effigy of King Henry IV after the medal of Guillaume Dupré - Eighteenth century - Around 1768