Bouret sugar pot covered in soft Sèvres porcelain with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers, gold fillets on the edge and wolf teeth. The lid grip is formed by a chamomile flower. Marked: interlaced LL, date letter T for 1772, mark of the painter Nicolas Bulidon, flower painter from 1763 to 1792. Eighteenth century
Lyon earthenware plate with contoured border with polychrome decoration of a character with a stick and a cage in the other hand, a grotesque character and bird, curved tree, large insect and flowered mounds the edge - Eighteenth century
Litron cup and its saucer (third size) in soft Sèvres porcelain, with polychrome decoration in medallions of two landscaped and animated scenes of characters representing, on the cup: a woman seen from behind holding a basket on her arm and a basket on the head against a landscape background, the saucer decorated with a man with a whip in his hand guiding a woman on her horse. Background decorated with garlands of flowers, blue net and gilded wolf teeth on the borders. Mark: LL interlaced, letter-date JJ for 1786 and the mark of Vieillard painter, active in Sèvres from 1752 to 1790 - Eighteenth century - 1786
Albarello in majolica from Trapani in Sicily, slightly arched with polychrome decoration of a shield in a cartouche formed of cut-out leather motifs surrounded by a laurel wreath and flowers - Seventeenth century
Fruit bowl in soft Arras porcelain with decoration called "à la twig" in the shape of a cap with twelve lobes, basketwork border and blue fillet. Eighteenth century
Rare miniature eared bowl in soft Saint-Cloud porcelain and its display decorated with a Chinese figure and pagoda on a polychrome landscape background with gilding highlights. Silver frame of gadroons around the display and contoured ears, chiseled with baskets of flowers and scrolls Eighteenth century mount, Unidentifiable hallmark - No other piece of this type known to date. Porcelain from the beginning of the eighteenth century - Additional information and photos on request.
Important apothecary vase with two handles in Castelli majolica with polychrome decoration representing the allegory of goodness in the form of a woman holding an eagle surrounded by a garland of foliage and flowers. This vase bears the pharmaceutical inscription at the base: “AQ.FLOR FABAR” in blue. Decor after an engraving by Cesare Ripa (1555-1622) - Seventeenth century - Around 1650-1670
Large apothecary vase in majolica from Talavera de la Reina decorated with circles of children on each side in manganese black on a polychrome background of wooded landscapes, it belongs to a group called "the polychrome series" The flared neck has two applied handles, decorated on both sides with a wading bird surrounded by bushes. This vase is decorated after the engravings of Jacques Stella (1596-1657) - Sixteenth century - Around 1660-1690