Manises - Hollow dish with Hispano-Moorish decoration with metallic reflections, decorated with a bouquet of carnations, Reverse decorated with three flower stems - Early Eighteenth century
Manises - Round dish with Hispano-Moorish decoration with metallic reflections, decorated with stylized half-leaves, Reverse decorated with so-called "licorice leaves" motifs - Seventeenth century
Covered jug in hard Sèvres porcelain with polychrome decoration of a seedling of bouquets of flowers, borders underlined with gilt wolf teeth Marked with double crowned interlaced LL and the letter-date: MM for 1789 and the decorator's mark Y for Mme Bouillat Painter of flowers 1776-1798. Lid held in place by a metal chain.
Pair of round Japanese porcelain bowls decorated in blue, red and gold, known as Imari, with a flowered vase on a terrace in the center in a medallion surrounded by three flowered reserves on a background of foliage in blue - Eighteenth century.
Small Japanese porcelain dish (Arita) with blue, red and gold decoration of reserves of flowers and butterflies, framed by stylized flowering branches. Beginning of the eighteenth century.
Jacquot jug in Brussels earthenware in the shape of a pot-bellied man holding his paunch, seated on a rock with a copper green background forming a fountain, he is dressed in a jacket and pants with polychrome flower decoration - Eighteenth century
Rare covered jug in Chinese porcelain with its regency period silver mount, polychrome decoration of lambrequins in underglaze blue, red, coral and heightened with gilding. Porcelain from China, from the Compagnie des Indes with a decoration of lambrequins made for the French market at the beginning of the eighteenth century. Kangxi period (1661-1722) for porcelain, regency period for the silver frame.
Pair of Chinese porcelain dishes with polychrome decoration in underglaze blue, red, coral and heightened with gilding, radiating around a central rosette. Rare decoration of lambrequins in the style of earthenware from Rouen made for the French market under the regency - Kangxi period (1661-1722)
Rare pair of Chinese porcelain candlesticks with famille rose decoration, polychrome and gold enamel, decorated with flowery branches, enhanced with friezes of spearheads. The base is slightly polylobed. Eighteenth century - Qianlong period (1735-1796)
Beautiful large Chinese porcelain dish decorated in full in underglaze blue, iron red and gold enamel known as "Imari" decorated with branches of prunus and peonies growing from a rock - Kangxi period (1662 - 1722)
Sorbet and saucer in Chinese porcelain with polychrome floral decoration of famille rose - Qianlong period (1735-1796)