Pair of groups in Sèvres soft porcelain biscuit representing "La Lanterne Magique" or "La Curiosité" and "Le Tourniquet" or "La Loterie" Falconet model, after Boucher. Around 1757-1766 Height: 15.5 cm and 16cm - catalog of the exhibition at the Ceramics Museum of Sèvres: Manufacture of Lights, the sculpture at Sèvres from Louis XV to the Revolution, 2015, pages.182 and 183.
Large chocolate cup on a pedestal and its hard porcelain saucer, with polychrome decoration of medallions each adorned with different flowers standing out against a gold background and relief decoration with knurled friezes of intertwining, heart rays and bisque foliage. The cup with high handle finished with a lion's head in golden biscuit, the inside of the cup with a gold background. Nineteenth century, around 1830.
ROUEN Pair of small pots of pharmacy covered slightly curved, decoration of pharmaceutical inscriptions: "Pil: Fullerii." And "Extr: Hundred: Min:" in polychrome reserves encircled with volutes and shells flowery, decoration said with the five colors - Eighteenth century - 1750 - Provenance: from the pharmacy Mesaize in Rouen, bear the label of Cotinat Pharmacy: "L.Cotinat Pharmacist 1st class - 151, rue de Grenelle - Paris. " Note: Louis Cotinat collection sale - June 1997.
Nice earthenware teapot of Strasbourg with floral decoration of small fire, the handle and spout shaped branch. Period of Joseph Hannong - Marked - Eighteenth century
Mignonnette cup in soft Sèvres porcelain in litron shape and its saucer decorated in blue and gold with undulating ribbons adorned with garlands of blue flowers on a gold streaked background. Marked: LL interlaced, without date letter - Eighteenth century - around 1765-1768 - Louis XV
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.
Frankenthal - crues set oval porcelain decorated with animated and flowers landscapes, gold fillets on the edges. Marked: CT crowned and 76 for 1776 - It is furnished with two burettes of cut glass of the eighteenth century Eighteenth century
Vincennes - Lizonnée teapot - Circa 1749-1753 Pretty teapot in soft Vincennes porcelain with a winding handle with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers and a caterpillar resting on a blooming rose. Gold threads on the base, handle and on the edge of the spout. Missing its cover. Significant crack in the body, chip and small crack at the end of the spout (see photos) High: 9.5cm - Long: 16cm. LL mark intertwined ornate. Around 1749-1753 Ref: Tamara Préaud and Antoine d'Albis, La porcelaine de Vincennes, Paris, 1991, N ° 98 and 125 and Tamara Préaud and Antoinette Faÿ-Hallé, Porcelaines de Vincennes, The origins of Sèvres, Grand Palais, Paris, 1977-1978 , Nos. 402 and 403 for a...
Beautiful cup called "goblet litron" and its saucer (second size) in soft Sèvres porcelain with polychrome decoration in medallions on the cup of landscapes with rustic attributes, on the saucer decorated with a basket and egg incubator on the background of gold polka dots on white background. Mark: LL interlaced, letter-date O for 1767 and mark of the old painter, active in Sèvres from 1752 to 1790 - Excellent condition - Eighteenth century - 1767
Litron goblet and saucer in hard Sèvres porcelain (third size) decorated with maritime landscapes animated with characters on a partridge eye background and garlands of leaves in gilding and gold thread on the edge. Marked in blue with the two interlaced Ls and mark "D" for the painter Dusolle - Eighteenth century - around 1770-1774
Ariano Irpino earthenware pitcher with polychrome decoration depicting the bust of a young woman - End of the Eighteenth century.
Two Lyon earthenware apothecary pots decorated in blue and manganese shades under the handle of the inscription: Cydonia and Lumbricor in bands, frieze of foliage on the neck. Formerly restored (see photos) - Seventeenth century