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  • 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

  • Small dish majolica Pavie full polychrome decoration representing two characters among ruins on a landscape background. AF mark crowned on the reverse - Late seventeenth - early eighteenth century

  • 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.

  • Montpellier - Apothicairerie set consisting of two jugs and three straight pots - Early 18th century. Two jugs decorated in blue and manganese with a sign under the handle between two acanthus scrolls bearing the following inscriptions "H.Des.Vers" for one and "SDBORRACHE" for the other (winding handles unusual) - Early eighteenth century - Three straight pots decorated in blue and manganese with a sign between two foliage of acanthus and fruit topped with an Indian head, sign bearing the following inscription: for the first "ONGt.D.L.MERE" - For the second "NGO: ROSA. "- Form pair with the preceding. For the third ".Ellect.Diaphaeni. » - Also from the early eighteenth century

  • Lyon - A pair of flower-applique decorated characters shades of blue surrounded by flower branches, pumpkins and anamorphic. Handles in the form of masks. Former factory of "good leaved" called "The Stone Scize" - Eighteenth Century

  • Paris - Pair of baluster form vase on a pedestal Cashmere decor with a garland of flowers and shoulder decor with gilded highlights on matte blue background, handle ends shaped muzzles of lions, resting on a square base decorated in imitation of marble - restoration time - 1820

  • China - Pair of plates decorated in the Imari palette of water lilies and lotus, framed by four butterflies and flowers in reserve on background gridlines. Qianlong Period (1736-1795)

  • Val de saône - Large glazed ceramic chevrette decorated with yellow friezes and inscriptions: "One day the charming heri left to go to confession met her lover Tirai who had Disguised as a priest he went to Dessein take the habit from a cellestin my father I come in front of " - Eighteenth century

  • Grand biscuit porcelain group of hard Niderviller or Paris. Contained two characters, Henry IV and Gabrielle d'Estrées? This one has a neck wound to this young woman. Late eighteenth century - During the eighteenth century, Henry IV and his minister Sully are becoming very popular, Henry IV revived day appears in many theater plays as well as many art objects mainly in the reign Louis XVI.

  • Wall plate applies Delftware oval bypassed, surmounted by a shell, decorated in blue monochrome on a Chinese landscape background with balustrade and pagoda. the board plant motifs and stylized landscapes. original suspension hole - Early eighteenth Century

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