Creil - Manufacture Stone - Coquerel and Legros. Round bowl in fine earthenware with printed decoration depicting "West combe - County of Kent in England" Marked in hollow Creil and stamp of the manufacture - Early nineteenth century
Sceaux earthenware plate with plain edge with polychrome decoration in the center of two “drinkers” seated in the style of Téniers, On the wing, on three terraces drinking glass and pitcher on a stool, upside-down bench and broom - Eighteenth century
Candlestick representing a standing Moor, the right hand on the hip, resting on a high cylindrical base, with ocher and black manganese decoration - Nineteenth century
Creil - Manufacture Stone - Coquerel and Legros. Large oval dish in fine earthenware with printed decoration depicting "Minucius recognizes his fault - Year of Rome 536" Marked in hollow Creil and stamp of the manufacture - Early nineteenth century
Talavera earthenware table salt cellar decorated with floral motifs from the blue, red and manganese “tricolor” series - Seventeenth century
CHINA - Pair of circular plates in porcelain decorated in red iron and gold said milk and blood, decorated with a fine decor of branches blooming on a fence, the wing decorated with flowers in reserves in the shape of a petal in light relief - Kangxi Period (1662-1722)
Two small shell-shaped dishes in Aprey earthenware with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers in fine quality, combed purple on the edge - Eighteenth century.
Five forks and two knives, the handles in opaline glass decorated with polychrome floral motifs and the end of birds or Chinese. Royal glassworks of the Duke of Orleans - Bernard Perrot or Germany. Beginning of the eighteenth century
Rare small Sinceny earthenware vase, in the shape of a piriform bottle with polychrome decoration of a Chinese on a terrace next to a fence, pomegranates and flowering branches, a flying bird and butterfly and small flowers in the Kakiemon style, yellow net at the base and collar - Eighteenth century - High: 16.5cm - Some chips.
Large anthropomorphic pitcher in Lille earthenware called "Jacqueline", covered, representing a woman in a flowered dress and polka-dot apron, sitting on a green mound - Eighteenth century