19th Century Antique French GIEN Faience Bowl, FRANCE 1876
19th Century Antique French Gien Faience Bowl. This large Gien bowl is decorated with fantastic animals, grotesques and cartouches in shades of blue and brown on white. Designs such as this, inspired by the Italian Renaissance, formed a large part of the Gien production in the mid to late 19th century, mark dates to circa 1876. Bowl is in the very good condition for its age no cracks only one minor bruise to the inside rim . Size : 14" dia. x 8" h
Antique French Sevres Hand-Painted & Gilt Porcelain Portrait Plate. Wife of Napoleon Army General
Antique 19th century French Sevres hand-painted porcelain portrait plate. The plate features a center portrait of Mme Pa Male Marmont, a beautiful woman in an Empire-style dress. The green ground plate has striking gilt highlights. One circular pattern of gold acanthus leaves surrounds the round portrait in the center. with gilt border of bees and plamettes. On the back are inscriptions, one referencing the factory, "M. Imple de Sevres" and the other identifying the sitter, “Mme Pa Male Marmont” which seems to identify Madame Marmont as wife of Auguste de Marmont, Marshal of France, who was Napoleon's army general. CIRCA : 19TH CENTURY - CONDITION : VERY GOOD ,NO CHIPS OR CRACKS,NO LOSSES TO THE PAINT OR GOLD ,MINUTE STAINING TO THE GOLD - MATERIAL PORCELAIN - ORIGIN SEVRES FRANCE - STYLE TRADITIONAL, SIZE : 9 1/4" DIA X 1" H.
Antique Porcelain Figural Large Inkwell with Sand Shaker and Desk Tray, Old Paris France Early 19th Century
Antique 19th century porcelain, very large figural inkwell with a Desk Tray in cobalt blue background decorated with painted florals and gold scrolls. Figural top cover in the form of a seated hunter in traditional early 19th century costume holding a musket in one hand and a hunting dog and a duck in the other hand. The cover reveals a hidden set of porcelain inkwells and sand shaker. Underneath the desk tray is imprinted proper mark for the early Old Paris porcelain Creator- Old Paris: Style - Figural : Origin - France :Material – Porcelain : Period – 1820-1850's : Condition – Very good ,minor gold loses
Antique Sevres Four Cabinet Plates Signed LAUQUE Hand Painted Gold Encrusted
Set of four superbly painted and each signed by the artist Lauque cabinet plates with rococo scenes reminiscent of Watteau or Fragonard each signed, probably made in mid19th century but with 18th century Sevres marks and letter R that was used in 1770; each about 9 1/2" wide, minor losses to the gild rim, otherwise they are in very good condition for its age
KPM Porcelain Empire Bowl with Rose Decor. Germany 1911
A beautiful Antique KPM glaze porcelain bowl sitting atop a bisque porcelain pedestal designed in the shape of mythological griffins with lion paws and wings. On the pedestal, the griffin's wings and beaked faces are very elaborate, in Art Deco style, made in Germany circa 1911. There is painted gold trim on the bowl’s rim and around the pedestal base. The interior of bowl is decorated with hand painted roses. Mark on base bottom includes Proper KPM mark, artist /decorator “E J” and “1447.” Condition is very good no cracks, chips , no losses to the gild or paint. Size : 7" dia. x 5" h.