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  • Dutch Delft Hand Painted Plate Late 18th Century Circa 1780


    The center of this hand painted Dutch Delft plate shows a lovely garden with a pine tree and a large peony.
    The scene continues onto the border, where we see three butterflies and more peonies.
    The border is decorated with a band of iron red cross-hatching interspersed with green dashes.
    The polychrome colors of the decoration are yellow, blue, iron red, green, and purple.
    These colors were used on antique Delft because they could withstand the kiln heat required to fire Delft.

    Dimensions: 9″ diameter

    Condition: Very good overall, with faint lines in the glaze

  • Delft Plate Hand Painted Netherlands at De Porceleyn Lampetkan Circa 1760


    This Dutch Delft plate is a wow visually!
    Made in the factory of De Porceleyn Lampetkan (The Porcelain Ewer) in the city of Delft circa 1760, it was hand-painted in bold polychrome colors of yellow, blue, iron red, green, and purple.
    The center shows a vase with flowers painted in iron red and yellow, framing the flowers are green ferns spread out like a peacock’s tail.
    Since the 17th century, this charming pattern has been known as the “Peacock” pattern.
    The peacock’s tail motif symbolizes beauty and elegance.
    The wide border has yellow and cobalt blue floral forms separated by iron red scrolling vines.
    The rim’s deep blue brings out the beauty of the other colors.
    On the charger’s underside is the mark “LPKam” in overglaze iron red for the De Porceleyn Lampetkan factory.
    This mark was in use in the factory from 1756 to 1778.

    Dimensions: 9″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent with small edge chips invisibly restored

  • Delft Plate Hand Painted Polychrome Colors Netherlands Circa 1800


    This hand painted Dutch Delft plate features a lovely flower-filled vase painted with vibrant hues of lemon yellow, blue, iron red, and purple.
    The bright yellow blossom captures your attention.
    Stretching gracefully across the center are four delicate blue flowers, accompanied by a solitary iron red bloom, all elegantly framed by light green leaves on purple branches.
    The effect is beautiful.
    Circling the center is a band of yellow decorated with blue flowers and green leaves.
    The border is decorated with dashes of purple set against a backdrop of lemon yellow.

    Dimensions: 9″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent with minor edge frits invisibly restored

  • Pair Blue and White Chinoiserie Porcelain Saucers 18th Century England Ca-1785


    This pair of blue and white porcelain saucers was made by Caughley in England circa 1785.
    Painted in underglaze blue, they show a lovely chinoiserie scene of a mother and son in a lush garden with flowering trees and several large vases.
    The blue line around the edge of each saucer frames and enhances the scene.
    The underside of each saucer has the Caughley crescent mark in underglaze blue.

    Dimensions: 5″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent

  • Cup and Saucer 18th Century English Porcelain Caughley Circle ca 1785


    This lovely 18th-century porcelain tea bowl and saucer were made by Caughley Porcelain in England circa 1785.
    The style is neoclassical: both the cup and saucer show a gilded star at the center and rings of decoration, combining deep blue enamel and lavish gilding.
    Rings of floral decoration alternate with rings of geometric design.
    The effect is magnificent!
    Both pieces have Caughley underglaze blue marks on the underside.
    The cup is marked with the Caughley “S,” and the saucer is marked with the Caughley “C.”

    Dimensions: The cup 2.25″ tall x 3.65″ diameter, the saucer 5.5″ diameter x 1″ tall

    Condition: Excellent with very slight rubbing to the outer rim of the saucer.

  • Pair Bohemian Glass Saucers Hand -Blown Circa 1860


    Hand blown circa 1860 this pair of Bohemian Glass saucers are little gems! .
    We see a long-tailed songbird standing on rockwork, tilting his head up to sing his song out into the sky.
    Around him are red leafy plants, and above is a blue sky all painted on milk-white translucent Bohemian Glass.
    The center is encircled by a red band of geometric pattern.
    The wide border shows three groups of flowers painted blue, red, purple, and gold.
    The overall effect is charming!
    The underside of each saucer shows a pontil mark where it was separated from the glass-blowing tool.

  • Pair Antique Porcelain Oval Dishes Regency Period Hand Painted England Ca-1820


    This pair of brightly colored oval dishes are each decorated in the center with an exquisite rose hand painted in pink with green leaves. Around it are six pairs of smaller red flowers, also shown with their green leaves. The lively borders are filled with purple , blue, and yellow flowers, and lavish floral gilding.
    The colorful borders accentuate the shape of the oval dishes.
    The beauty of the center roses and the border bursting with color make this a classic example of English Regency Period porcelain.

    Dimensions: 10.5″ x 8″

    Condition: Excellent with the very slightest wear to the gilded outline.

  • Staffordshire Porcelain Pitcher England Circa 1830


    This simple, charming Staffordshire porcelain pitcher is perfect for flowers.
    Made in England circa 1830, the pitcher has a beautiful hand painted bouquet on the front.
    We see colors of pink, light blue, yellow, purple, orange, and two tones of green on the leaves.
    Three horizontal gilt bands define the base, neck, and top of the pitcher.
    The handle has an embossed decoration of leaves on the vine.

    Dimensions: 6.75″ tall x 6.5″ from the end of spout to end of handle x 4.75″ diameter at the widest point and 3″ diameter across the base

    Condition: Very good, with slight wear to the painted enamels (see close-up images). The porcelain and gilding are perfect.

  • Watercolor Painting Portrait of a Young Girl with Roses


    This lovely watercolor portrait shows a young girl holding a rose in one hand with a basket of flowers on her other arm. She is wearing an attractive Victorian period dress with a diamond pattern in two shades of blue. The off-the-shoulder neckline displays her picture-perfect shoulder-length wavy hair. By her dress and hairstyle, this portrait can be dated to the 1820s-1840s since beginning in the 1850’s watercolor portrait paintings were replaced mainly by photographic images. The image is framed in maple wood with an inner border of parcel gilt

    Dimensions: 9.5″ tall x 8.5″ wide x 1″ deep

    Condition: Generally excellent, with minor cosmetic wear to the parcel gilding on the frame.

  • Silk Needlework Picture Showing Shepherdess and Her Flock, England, circa 1840


    The shepherdess is lovely. She is seated near her flock under the shade of a leafy tree, wearing a green and white dress and a hat with red trim. Nearby we see a house with a fence.
    The frame is later.

    Dimensions: 12.75″ height x 11″ wide x 1″ deep

    Condition: The silk is faded.

  • Hand Crafted Cork Work Diorama with English Castle made Mid 19th Century


    This mid 19th century cork work shows a romantic scene of an ancient castle in a charming diorama. The castle is perched atop a promontory overlooking a river, complete with forested terrain and a tiny sailboat for scale. The artist’s intricate cutting and piercing of the cork showcase their exceptional craftsmanship.
    The cream-colored mat beautifully complements the soft colors of the cork.
    The frame and mat are 20th century.
    This cork work is a testament to the enduring appeal of English castles, dating back to the Norman invasion of 1066.

    Dimensions: The oval corkwork measures 8.5″ x 6.5″
    The frame measures 16″ wide x 14.75″ height x 1″ deep

    Condition: Excellent.

  • Pair Prints of French Noble Couples of 16th Century Made Mid-19th Century France


    A pair of outstanding prints of French nobles of the 16th century. The costumes are exquisite!
    The captions under each figure indicate that the figures and their costumes were from the period of Henri III and Henri IV, Kings of France,
    The stylish costumes are beautifully rendered. The history is fascinating.
    On the back of the print on the left, the captions read; Conseil au Parlément de Paris and Marie Le Jars De Gournay
    on the print on the right, the captions read, “Anne De Thou (dame de Chiverni)” and “Premier Président au Parlement de Paris.”

    Dimensions: 15.25″ wide x 13.25″ height

    Condition: Excellent, with the very slightest wear consistent with age and use.  (Scroll down to see more historical detail).

  • Watercolor with Pen and Ink Showing A Riverside View of a Walled Medieval City


    This 19th century watercolor with pen and ink is most likely Dutch, having been acquired in Holland. It shows a romantic scene of an attractive walled city with buildings and rooftops beyond a fortified wall with an open gate. Outside the wall, a knight in armor is riding on the beach.
    Above the wall, we see the building and roofs of the city. One roof is painted with a lovely zigzag pattern, and a tower has a checkerboard pattern wall.
    The painting is framed in a later painted wood frame.

    Dimensions: 17.5″ wide x 13.5″ height x 1″ deep

    Condition: Good, with a fine 1″ tear line in the upper center of the image.

  • English Imari Hand-Painted Porcelain Sugar Box Circa 1825


    This colorful porcelain sugar box was hand-painted in England circa 1825. The exciting design is Imari influenced. The colors seem to jump off the porcelain. The clean white porcelain is decorated with a vivid palette of orange and deep cobalt blue, with highlights of yellow, bright green, and gold. The elaborate design includes both geometric and nature-based forms. The cover is topped by a gilded finial in the form of a flower bud.

    Dimensions: 7″ long x 3.5″ wide x5.25″ tall

    Condition: Excellent

  • Wedgwood Drabware Sugar Bowl and Stand England Circa 1825


    Wedgwood made this drabware sugar bowl and stand in Staffordshire, England, in the first quarter of the 19th century, circa 1825. The design is simple and elegant, and the decoration is minimal, with only a bit of gilt trim accentuating the shape and highlighting the gilded finial. The rich color of the drabware stems from the fact that it is created using dark clay rather than white clay, which then gets glazed. This clear glaze over dark clay produces drabware’s naturally rich, saturated color.
    Circular, short, and wide, the sugar bowl is very stable and large enough for plenty of sugar.

    Dimensions: 6.25″ across the handles x 4.25″ tall

    Condition: Excellent

  • Drabware Set Pair of Square Dishes with Footed Cookie Plate England, Circa 1830


    This set of three drabware serving pieces was made by Ridgway in England circa 1830. Pressed in a mold, this eye-catching drabware set has a raised neoclassical decoration of acanthus leaves around a central medallion. A wide border of flowers finishes this elegant design. Drabware is unlike other pottery. Each piece has a rich earth-tone color. The rich color of drabware stems from the fact that each piece is created using dark rather than white clay. Transparent glaze over the dark clay produces drabware’s naturally rich, saturated color.

    Dimensions of the square dishes: 8″ x 8″ x 1.5″ height

    Dimensions of footed bowl 10″ x 8.5″ x 3.75 tall

    Condition: Excellent

  • Antique Porcelain Lamb Hand Painted Germany Circa 1840


    Made in Germany in the mid 19th century, circa 1840, the wool on this porcelain lamb was molded in high relief with a thick covering of clear glaze. It is the textured wool of the lamb that makes it so lovely.
    The purity of the clean white porcelain fits perfectly for this gentle little lamb.

    Dimensions: 4.75″ long x 2.5″ wide x 3.5″ tall

    Condition: Excellent

    Here are some facts about our little lamb and sheep in general.
    Lambs and sheep are excellent at recognizing and distinguishing between faces.
    They have a great sense of smell.
    They also have a great sense of taste.
    Lambs and sheep have amazing peripheral vision. Their field of vision is nearly 360 degrees.
    Their memories are also pretty great. They can recognize up to 50 sheep faces and remember them for two years!

  • 18th Century Creamware Pepper Shaker England Circa 1780


    This 18th Century creamware pepper shaker was made in either Yorkshire or Staffordshire, England circa 1780.

    It has a simple, elegant form and a lovely creamy color.

    Dimensions: 5″ tall x 2″ diameter at the widest point

    Condition: Very good with light craquelure to the pierced top.

  • Creamware Heart Shaped Dish England Late 18th Century Made by Wedgwood and Co


    The first popular use of the heart shape as a symbol of love is often attributed to the importance of courtly romance in late-medieval life. At a time when chivalrous knights and damsels in distress made for romantic tales, tokens of love were deeply significant and very popular.
    This creamware heart-shaped dish was made in late 18th century England, circa 1790 by Wedgwood & Co.*
    The decoration is elegant: a floral swag of green, blue, and orange echoes the heart shape of the dish. The border is decorated with cobalt blue dots, accentuating the dish’s outline. At the center is a single small flower.
    With its warm creamware body and elegant decoration, this would also be a perfect “Hello” dish when placed near the front door of the home. It would also prove useful for holding keys and other small things.
    The underside of the dish is marked WEDGWOOD & Co.

    Dimensions: 10.5″ across x 7.5″ from point to top x 1.5″ deep

    Condition: Excellent with very small original firing defects in the creamware material, which can be seen when the images are enlarged.

  • Pair Silver Lustre Cups and Saucers Made England Circa 1830


    This pair of silver lustre cups and saucers have neoclassic decoration. On the border, panels of silver lustre frame a single acanthus leaf painted half in lustre and half in red enamel. The center of each saucer shows a simple red enameled flower with silver lustre leaves. Made in England circa 1830, the cups and saucers were decorated by hand using a stencil.

    Dimensions: 5.5″ diameter of the saucer and 3.25″ diameter of the cup x 2.25″ tall

    Condition: Excellent

  • Pair Antique English Porcelain Dishes Made by Coalport, Circa 1825


    This pair of dishes were hand-painted at Coalport in England in the early 19th century. The colors are fabulous; we see pink, purple, orange, blue, green, yellow, and turquoise. Flowers are everywhere; beautiful roses, forget-me-nots, chrysanthemums, a single tulip, and other flowers fill the dishes. The dishes were made circa 1825, but the flowers are painted in a style developed in the early 18th century at Meissen in Germany.

    Dimensions: 8.75″ diameter x .8″ height

    Condition: Excellent. One dish with a small .5″ original firing defect on the underside

  • English Soup Tureen Made, circa 1820


    Made by Hicks and Meigh circa 1820, this lovely tureen is perfect for flowers. The lively decoration is full of color. We see a butterfly hovering above a flower-filled garden. Pink fruit tree blossoms and purple peonies rise above cobalt blue rockwork. Green leaves and small ochre-colored flowers complete the scene. The tureen has no cover.

    Dimensions:13.5″ long x 9″ wide x 6.5″ tall, the inside depth is 5″

    Condition: Excellent with slight rubbing to the gilt on handles only (see image # 6).

  • The Collection of Mario Buatta Miles Mason Porcelain Cup and Saucer


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    Mario loved beautiful objects from the English Regency period. Miles Mason made this cup and saucer in England circa 1805. It is hand-painted with delicate and beautiful golden leaves and acorns. The combination of soft gilding and very fine thin red lines make the decoration of this cup and saucer unique. This was once part of a more extensive tea set. We don’t know if Mario purchased it as a single piece or as part of a set.

    Dimensions: 5.25″ diameter of the saucer x 2.75″ tall

    Condition: Excellent

  • From the Collection of Mario Buatta Pair of French Neoclassical Dishes


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    This elegant pair of dishes have fluted borders with scalloped edges.
    Made in France circa 1820 the hand-painted borders are decorated with a neoclassical design showing cornucopia and flowering vines. But it is the colors, purple, green and blue together with lavish gilding which must have attracted Mario, and which make this pair so beautiful.
    Dimensions: 8.5″ diameter x 1.5″ height
    Condition: some rubbing to the high points on the inner gold circle
    Price: $320 for the pair.

  • Pair English Porcelain Saucers Made Circa 1810


    This pair of charming, simple, and colorful porcelain saucers are decorated with pretty roses. The pair was made in England circa 1810. The saucers are a lovely pop of color. Their symbolic meaning is quite remarkable. Traditionally the deep pink roses convey appreciation, gratitude, and recognition. While the purple roses represent enchantment, splendor, and mystery. The color combination is especially inspiring.

    Dimensions: 4.75″ diameter x 1.25″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Antique English Porcelain Dish Hand Painted with Flowers 19th Century Circa 1830


    The dish is hand-painted with perfect pink and purple roses and a fabulous orange eastern poppy. Around the center is a band of gilt. The border has impressed decoration of flowers and scrolling vines. It is an altogether lovely decoration. Coalport made the dish circa 1830, with a Coalport mark on the reverse (see the last image).

    Dimensions: 8.5″ x .75 height

    Condition: Excellent with the very slightest rubbing to the enamels

  • Minton Platter England Mid-19th Century Decorated Roses Pansies Forget Me Not


    This is the perfect serving platter for cool drinks in the garden on a summer’s day.
    Made by Minton circa 1840, the platter shows delicate roses, forget me knot, and pansies scattered about. The roses are a lovely pink, the pansies the expected yellow and purple, and the forget me not blue with a touch of yellow at the center. The flowers are enhanced by the green leaves surrounding them and the beautiful gilded border filled with flowers and scrolling vines. On the reverse is Minton’s pattern number 9874, written in iron red (it is barely visible in image #10).

    Dimensions: 15″ x 12″ x 1.5″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Blue and White Delft Dish Netherlands Circa 1800


    At the center of this lovely hand-painted blue and white Delft dish is a traditional chinoiserie view of a garden. We see an oversized peony, a willow tree, and rockwork. The wide border shows water lilies and flower buds. The artist used cobalt blue in various shades to enhance the beauty of the design. The dish was made circa 1800.

    Dimensions: 9″ diameter x 1″ height

    Condition: Excellent.

  • Blue and White Pearled Creamware Sugar Box or Sucrier Made England Circa 1820


    This lovely blue and white pearlware pottery sugar box is decorated with three beautiful patterns of leaves and berries. The body, the top edge around the cover, and the cover each have a similar but slightly different pattern. The edge of the sugar box has a precise machine-turned ridge which adds an exciting detail to the form. Made in England in the early 19th century, circa 1820, the cobalt blue decoration was applied by hand using a stencil. Because the colors were applied by hand, each design is slightly different, especially in the intensity of the blue.

    Dimensions: 5″ tall x 4.65″ in diameter

    Condition: Excellent

    We have a similar sugar box available.

  • Pair of French Mid-19th Century Flower Decorated Creamware Dishes


    This pair of French creamware dishes shows sprigs of beautiful flowers. The images are crisp. We see two shades of purple, green, and yellow. The color combination is perfect. Made by the Creil-Montereau factory in the mid-19th century, circa 1860, the pattern was inspired by the hand-painted flowers on 18th-century French and English porcelain. The dishes are made of pearled creamware, pottery perfected by an Englishman, Josiah Wedgwood, in the 1780s. Under the artistic and technical direction of native English potters, Creil-Montereau introduced France to transfer printing on creamware and raised it to a high state of perfection during its peak years in the 19th century. The pottery factory of Creil (Oise) was founded in 1797. In 1840 the Creil factory merged with the Montereau factory (Seine et Marne). The company became “Creil et Montereau Faïenceries” under the name Lebeuf, Milliet & Co. (LM & Co.), and continued until 1876.

    Dimensions: 8″ in diameter x 1.5″ deep.

    Condition: Excellent with the very, very slightest rubbing to the colors.

  • German Faience Pierced Basket Made by Johann Jacob Kaiser Circa 1808


    This rustic white faience basket has an oval pierced body around a solid bottom.
    It is modeled on a wicker basket, a popular motif for late 18th and early 19th-century Continental ceramics.
    Made to hold bread, this was a valuable item at the kitchen table in the morning.                                                                                                                                                                                                 Today it could be filed with flowers!
    The basket was manufactured circa 1808 at the Durlach factory in Germany. At that time, Durlach (Baden) was one of many German centers of faience production.
    The Durlach factory was founded In 1723 by J H Wackenfeld. Until 1818 there was no factory mark, but artists signed their work; among the most prominent was Johann Jacob Kaiser (1773–1835), who signed his works with a black “K” (see Image #6).
    After 1818 the factory’s earthenware was marked “Durlach.”*
    Dimensions: 7.25 length x 5.2″ width x 2.5” height
    Condition: Excellent with small original firing defects on the basket floor (see image #3).                                        The underside with paper label for the Sammlung Collection
    * See: E. Petrasch: Durlacher Fayencen, 1723×847 (exh. cat., Karlsruhe, Bad. Landesmus., 1975) Durlacher Fayencen (exh. cat., Mannheim, Städt. Reiss-Mus., 1978) R. Simmermacher

  • Large Ironstone Bowl Made England Circa 1870


    This lovely bowl is decorated with a beautiful garden scene showing a blossoming fruit tree rising from blue rockwork, oversized white and pink peonies, ochre-colored chrysanthemums, and a butterfly hovering above.
    This beautiful central scene is encircled by a blue border with scrolling vines and flower heads.
    Flowers on the vine decorate the sides of the bowl, and the edge is decorated with “diamonds” and flowers.
    The design is timeless with enduring appeal.

    Dimensions: 14.5″ long x 11.25″ wide x 2.75″ deep

    Condition: Very good: with very slight rubbing to the enamels and slight knife marks that are not ordinarily visible without very close inspection (see images)

  • Blue and White Pearled Creamware Sugar Box


    This lovely pearlware sugar box has the timeless appeal of soothing blue and white. Made in England in the early 19th century with blue decoration applied by hand. Each design is slightly different, especially in the intensity of the blue.

    Dimensions: 4.75″ tall x 5.25″ wide

    Condition: Excellent

  • Pair Square Drabware Dishes Made England, Circa 1830


    This pair of drabware dishes has a rich earth tone color. The John Ridgway factory made these dishes in England circa 1830. Pressed out in a mold, these eye-catching drabware dishes have raised neoclassical decoration around a central roundel. Drabware is unlike other pottery. The rich color of all drabware stems from the fact that each piece is created using dark clay rather than white clay. Transparent glaze over the dark clay produces drabware’s naturally rich, saturated color.

    Dimensions: 8″ x 8″ x 1.5″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Newhall Boy in the Window Pattern Bowl, England, Circa 1810


    This 6″ diameter bowl is a small gem. Decorated with New Hall’s beautiful boy in the window pattern it was made circa 1810. The boy in the window pattern is English chinoiserie at its most lovely. This colorful bowl shows a young boy standing at the window of his home looking out at two friends. The boys are watched over by his mother or governess.

    Dimensions: 6″ in diameter x 2.75″ tall

    Condition: excellent

  • Pair of Imari Saucers in the “King’s” Pattern Made in England, Circa 1820


    Derby made this pair of “King’s” pattern imari saucers circa 1820. They are hand-painted in the Imari colors of cobalt blue, iron-red, and gold overlay with green, light blue, and true red accents on a white porcelain ground. The border shows a series of panels with geometric designs alternating with flowers on a cobalt blue ground.

    Dimensions: 5.75″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent

  • Blue and White and Gold Dish Made in England by Spode, Circa 1820


    This exquisite Regency period dish is painted in underglaze deep blue cobalt. Because the porcelain is translucent the intensity of the blue varies in the light. The blue ground is decorated with golden leaves and white peonies and daisies. The design is so well done that we can almost feel the texture of white flowers. The vibrant cobalt blue and the lavish gilt are as stunning today as they were 200 years ago.

    Dimensions: diameter 8.25″ x 1.5″ height

    Condition: Excellent

  • Pair of Antique English Porcelain Dishes Decorated with Flowers England c-1830


    A pair of Antique English porcelain dishes hand-painted with beautiful pink peonies and other flowers was made in England circa 1830. Placed by the front door this pair of dishes would give you and anyone walking into your home a cheerful greeting every time. If not at the front door these lively dishes would brighten any room in the house.

    Dimensions: Diameter 8.5″

    Condition: Excellent

  • Hand-Painted Antique Blue & Gold English Porcelain Dish 18th Century c-1780


    This exquisite late 18th-century dish features several elements that make it so full of life. First is the splendid hand-painted goldwork. This gilding enlivens the dish with its hand-painted golden vines, leaves, and edge. Additionally, the lovely fluting across the entire wide rim makes the design dance in the light. The delicate blue flowers coupled with the six blue lines add to the dishes’ beautiful sense of movement. The underside of the dish is marked with the Caughley “S” mark (For Salopian)

    Dimensions: 8.25″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent with the very, very slightest wear to the gilt

  • Yellow Porcelain Dish with Neoclassical Design England Circa 1800


    The border of this antique English porcelain dish has an eye-catching design on an exquisite yellow ground. The neoclassical decoration is hand-painted. We see flower buds painted in grisaille crisscrossing oval medallions. Just beneath the yellow border is a chain of golden leaves. The gilding is splendid. You might place this stunning dish at the front door to hold keys or in the living room to hold candies. Or stand it up as an accent to brighten a room.

    Dimensions: diameter 8.25″       Condition: Excellent

  • English Porcelain Dish Decorated with Roses Made Circa 1820


    A delightful English dish made circa 1820 with exquisite hand painted flowers on crisp white porcelain. In the center is a lovely pink rose. Other roses, forget me nots, and trailing vines surround it, all bursting with energy. The dark cobalt blue border makes the flowers stand out even more.

    Dimensions: 8.75″ diameter
    Condition: Excellent

  • The Collection of Mario Buatta A Pair of White & Gold Dishes England circa 1820


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    A Pair of White and Gold Dishes Made in England circa 1820.
    These beauties have a gilded edge with a dentil decoration, a border of “diamonds” and floral decoration.

    Condition: Excellent

    Dimensions: 8″ diameter x 1.5″ height

  • From the Collection of Mario Buatta a New Hall Saucer Dish Made England c-1810


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    Made by New Hall in England circa 1810, this is an exquisite dish with purple berries on a golden vine.
    The gilding is lavish, and the purple berries are small but beautiful.
    The underside is marked 349 in puce in the New Hall fashion.

    Condition: Excellent

    Dimensions: 8.5″ diameter

  • From The Collection of Mario Buatta An English Dish w/ Gold & Cobalt Blue Border


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    An English dish with a cobalt blue and gold border, made circa 1810.
    Mario loved deep cobalt blue. On this dish, the depth of the cobalt blue is brought out by the exceptional gilding.

    Condition: Excellent

  • From The Collection of Mario Buatta An English Dish with Blue & Gold Decoration


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    A Coalport saucer dish with cobalt blue and gold decoration on a wide border. Made in England circa 1820, the dish is hand-painted and hand-gilded.
    The painter and gilder would have used a stencil so that the design could be repeated all around the border.

    Dimensions: 8″ diameter

    Condition: Excellent

  • The Collection of Mario Buatta Pair of Regency Period Dishes Cobalt Blue Borders


    Provenance: The Private Collection of Mario Buatta
    A pair of Regency Period dishes with cobalt blue borders decorated with beautiful gilding. Mario loved deep cobalt blue. The borders of this pair have the deepest blue decorated with a delicate gold floral design.

    Dimensions: diameter 8.”

    Condition: Excellent

  • Six Blue and White Porcelain Saucers Made England 19th Century


    Six English porcelain saucers with cobalt blue gilded borders made England 19th century. The deep blue is beautiful. The gilded decoration is simple and elegant in the Regency style.  Several saucers have an impressed crown and indistinct marks indicating royal patronage.

    Dimensions: 5.25″-5.5″ diameter      Condition: Excellent

  • French Faience Dessert Dish with Peacock

  • 18th Century Pratt Pearlware Dish

  • Antique Naval German Porcelain Tea Cup

  • Bilston Enamel Snuff Box

  • Bird Engravings on Paper Audubon Style by Francois-Nicolas Martinet Group #3 Priced Individually


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