earthenware terrine Lyon polychrome decoration, the lid decorated with two putti standing on terraces, one holding an arquebus on the shoulder, the other playing the flute, anamorphoses, echasier, bird in flight and big insects, Period Pierre Mongis. Long: 33cm x 22cm Eighteenth century
DERBY - biscuit group included "The four elements" represented by four characters symbolizing earth, water, fire and air around a tree on a rocky base. model that can be attributed to the sculptor Nicolas Lecreux the manufacture of Tournai or Nicolas-Joseph-Francois Gauron also a sculptor to manufacture Tounai he left in 1770 for the manufacture of Chelsea - height: 30cm - Eighteenth century - Towards 1775-1780
Plate in white porcelain decorated with polychrome enamels of the pink family of two characters under a willow. The wing is adorned with flowering branches on a green vermiculated background and four reserves representing lake landscapes - Eighteenth century - Yongzheng period (1723 - 1735)
Chantilly - Pair of soft porcelain knives decorated in blue camaieu lambrequins. old silver mounting and steel blades - Eighteenth century - Around 1730-1740
PONT-AUX-CHOUX. Oval liquor bucket with fixed partition, in fine earthenware decorated with relief patterns of grains of rice, lateral grips in the form of grimacing masks, the partition surmounted by two dolphins - Eighteenth century - circa 1750-1755
Nevers faience plate called "The Fallen Hat" polychrome decoration depicting a balloon in the basket with two aeronauts waving flags, one losing his hat, this setting fig both physicists Charles and Robert, to garland border. Eighteenth century - to 1783/85
Montpellier Rare pharmacy jug with polychrome decoration of leaves and stylized fruits. The handle decorated with foliage yellow foliage on a blue background, rests on a winged cherub head in relief, surmounting a roll-up sign bearing the inscription: "Mel.Mercurial." Factory of Jean FAVIER or Daniel OLLIVIER. Late sixteenth - early seventeenth century. Exhibited at the Musée Fabre in Montpellier in July 1962, Former Jean Bernard collection in Saint Etienne - Under the number 39. Ref: Dr Chompret: The Primitive French Faïences, pl. 2, fig. E. Jean Thuile 1943, p.136, pl. XIV. Catalog French earthenware, exhibition of the Grand Palais - 1980, n ° 131 page 115. Similar model: sale Hotel...
A Chinese export candlestick From a European silver shape, on a round base, decorated in polychrome flowers in cartridges on a blue background underlined with black enamel - First half of the eighteenth century.
Small teapot shaped porcelain ball Imari, decor in blue, coral and gold stylized floral motifs - Excellent condition - Eighteenth century.