Round dish with polychrome decoration of three birds, one in flight chasing an insect, the other two on a central mound. They are surrounded by butterflies and insects and large flowering branches and blue nets on the edge - Eighteenth century.
Pretty pair of dishes decorated in enamels of the green family of two birds chasing an insect in flowering branches, marli decorated with insects in alternating reserves of red and gold flowers on a green background and border with coral and gold gadroons in relief - End of the 17th century - Beginning of the 18th century. Kangxi period (1662-1722) - Labels of the former Nicolier house - Quai Voltaire in Paris.
Sicilian majolica ball vase (Caltagirone or Gerace) with polychrome decoration of the portrait of a young woman in a bust in a medallion on a background called "A fiori" in the style of Venice - Seventeenth century.
Round dish on Deruta majolica heel with polychrome decoration with decoration of the Virgin and Child enthroned under a canopy. Seventeenth century.
Small Castelli earthenware plate with polychrome decoration full of many characters in a landscape with Roman ruins on the background of the sunset over the sea. Attribution to Aurelio Grue and his workshop - Eighteenth century. Similar model in the collection of the Museum of San Marino - N ° 82.6.
Fine earthenware dish by Creil and Montereau with polychrome decoration of trompe l'oeil playing cards, the wing with a background of mauve scales and red thread. Brand of Barluet et Compagnie - Creil et Montereau - 1868 -1876
Pretty Chinese porcelain dish - Compagnie des Indes, decorated in the Imari palette with lotus flower and peony in the center, border decorated with four butterflies on a flowery braid - Qianlong period (1736-1795)
Chinese porcelain plate with polychrome decoration called Imari of a young woman and two children on a terrace with trees, the rim decorated with lotus flowers and flowering branches. China - East India Company - Qianlong period - 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...