Hollow plate decorated in trompe l'oeil nuts, border with fine polychrome decoration of flowering branches. Eighteenth century
Pair of small oval dishes in porcelain from Nast à Paris with polychrome decoration and heightened with gilding called "à la Salembier" with foliage and flowered vases and small rosebuds on the bottom, a thread of gilding on the edge. Paris - Marqués de la Manufacture de Nast in red. Period end of the eighteenth century - Around 1800
Five soft porcelain knives from Villeroy-Mennecy with polychrome Chinese decoration standing on flowered brackets and branches. Silver ferrule, steel blades. On a ferrule, Paris 1738-1745 (fox head) Saint Cloud, circa 1740 - The Manufacture de Villeroy-Mennecy was founded in 1735 by François Barbin (1689-1765), a manufacturer of soft porcelain formerly installed in Paris, under the protection of Louis François Anne de Neufville, Duke of Villeroy Additional information and photos on request.
Round covered broth bowl and its oval tray in soft Sèvres porcelain (Third size), with polychrome decoration of baskets of flowers and fruits supported by gold scrolls in reserves standing out against a blue background, garlands of flowers and gold foliage on the edges, the grip in the form of branches and twisted double handles. Mark for the bowl and the plate: LL interlaced, letter-date EE for 1782, mark of painter François-Marie Barrat, active from 1769 to 1791 and from 1795-1796, mark of the gilder Jean-Pierre Boulanger, active from 1754 to 1785 - Eighteenth century - Provenance: Former Saladin collection - Label of the Nicolier house, 7 quai Voltaire, Paris.
Cruet holder and cruets in alcora earthenware with polychrome flower decoration - Eighteenth century - Around 1770
Rare Strasbourg earthenware terrine depicting a tortoise with natural polychrome decoration. She is resting on four legs apart, head erect on a green painted terrace. The shell is treated in ocher and manganese - Paul Hannong Manufactory - Eighteenth century - 1750-1754
Pair of Marseille earthenware dishes with a rounded edge decorated in yellow camaieu in the center, in flowered rock medallions, scenes from the life of Don Quixote after the painter Coypel: - "The false princess of Micomicon has just begged Don Quixote to put her back on the throne" - "Bachelor Sanson Carasco, under the name of the Knight of Mirrors, is defeated by Don Quixote who orders him to go and throw himself at Dulcinea's feet." (see below the two engravings that served as a model) And on the wing, richly decorated with patterns with braces, shells and flowery volutes. Fauchier factory. Carry on the back of the wing the mark "G" - Eighteenth century - Additional information and...
Exceptional Sinceny earthenware terrine lid with polychrome painted decoration in the middle of an off-center flower basket, the grip in the shape of a snake - Eighteenth century - Around 1745.
Beautiful and rare Rouen earthenware sprinkler in a baluster shape on a heel (a rare form in Rouen) with polychrome rotating decoration called "honeysuckle" The openwork cover, decorated with flowering branches, on the edges braid with green braces and stylized flower reserves - Eighteenth century - Around 1740. Bears the Papillon N ° 284 collection label.
Beautiful oval shaped soup tureen in Sinceny earthenware with polychrome decoration on the lid of a Chinese man holding an umbrella standing in front of a balustrade under a palm tree, pagodas, butterflies and birds in flight, the body decorated with pagodas and pierced rocks and bird and butterflies in flight. Marked twice with "S" - Eighteenth century
Beautiful round plate with contoured edges in Moustiers - Ferrat factory earthenware with an amusing polychrome decoration depicting two figures taking out a fishing net from a boat, landscape in the background. Combed pink and pink nets on the edges. Eighteenth century.
Large shoe-shaped hand warmer in Caltagirone majolica with polychrome decoration in blue, yellow and green - End of the seventeenth century Beginning of the eighteenth century