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Questions about antiques.com? Call our customer service line at 1-800-ANTIQUES http://www.antiques.com//images/antiques_logo.jpg http://www.antiques.com/ Nymphenburg - Josef Wackerle - Porcelain Cockatoo Figurine With Wings Spread http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126969/Antique-Nymphenburg---Josef-Wackerle---Porcelain-Cockatoo-Figurine-with-Wings-Spread Nymphenburg - josef wackerle - porcelain cockatoo figurine with wings spread nymphenburg porcelain cockatoo figurine with wings spread no. 451 hand painted underglazed porcelain item number: 01.068 designer josef wackerle. this "bird and a half of a cockatoo stands at 8.25 inches tall and 6.25 at the widest point. Impressed in the base is the crest, green stamp, 41300 and the number 5. In good condition; no signs of damage or repairs. offered by keene and co, chicago at: price: $8,849.00

Item Price : $3500.00
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Early 20 Century Meissen Floral Cabinet Plate http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126970/Antique-Early-20-Century-Meissen-Floral-Cabinet-Plate Early 20 century meissen floral cabinet plate we have a early 20 century meissen floral cabinet plate with the blue cross swords, of first quality and no strike marks in the trademark. (see pix) this treasure measures 7 inches diameter and 1.50 inches deep and signed with the cross swords with no strike marks, # 6 and # 19 impressed in the work. There are slight signs use but no signs of damage or repair.
Item Price : $175.00
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Pair Of Wedgwood Jasper Blue Large Champagna Urn Lamp http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126971/Antique-Pair-of-Wedgwood-Jasper-Blue-Large-Champagna-Urn-Lamp--- Here we offer a âa pair (2) of rare wedgwood jasper ware blue large campagna urn lampâ. The urns are 12 inches tall plus harp and shade (satin shade) totaling approximate 24 inches tall. Both in good condition. shipping $300 (multi boxes required and large ones) or you may arrange for professional packing and pickup (in miami, fl).
Item Price : $5000.00
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Wedgwood Large Jasperware Blue William Hackwood Neo Classical Urn http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126974/Antique-Wedgwood-Large-Jasperware-Blue-William-Hackwood-Neo-Classical-Urn Wedgwood large light blue william hackwood neo classical urn wedgwood strictly josiah wedgwood and sons, is a british pottery firm, originally founded in 1759 by josiah wedgwood, which in 1987 merged with waterford crystal, creating waterford wedgwood, the ireland-based luxury brands group. The company still exists as a subsidiary within the group, with its own board of directors and management team. Wedgwood is also used as a general term to describe the companyâs main products. josiah wedgwood worked with an established potter, thomas whieldon, until 1759, when relatives leased him the ivy house in burslem to allow him to start his own pottery business. The launch of the business was helped by his marriage to a remote cousin, sarah (also wedgwood), and her sizeable dowry. in 1765, wedgwood created a new earthenware form which impressed the then english queen, who gave permission to call it âqueenâs wareâ; this new form sold extremely well across europe. Then, in 1766, wedgwood bought etruria, a large staffordshire house, as both home and factory site. Wedgwood developed a number of further industrial innovations for his company, notably a way of measuring kiln temperatures accurately and new ware types black basalt and jasper ware (the first color was the poland blue and for its innovation josiah wedgwood experimented with more than three-thousand samples). As a reward for his contributions, josiah wedgwood was elected a member of the royal society in 1783. Today, the wedgwood prestige collection provides customers with the opportunity to purchase replicas of some of the original designs, as well as modern neo-classical style jasper ware. a word or two must be said on the designs on jasper ware. The main themes on the jasper ware have all been taken from ancient mythologies: roman, greek or egyptian. The initial decision to have antiquity designs was probably that as britain entered an age of great industrialization, the demand for luxurious goods subsequently exploded. Meanwhile, the archeological fever caught the imagination of many artists. Nothing could have been more suitable to satisfy this huge business demand than to produce replicas of artifacts. here we have a lovely large wedgwood jasper ware urn with applied jasper ware relief of the work of the early modeler, william hackwood, featuring the two figures. the work is 12 inches tall signed wedgwood, made in england ,the letter t and 1957 (year of execution) and in perfect condition.â¨this is a very lovely and impressive work, very decorative and a great example of the neo classical work.â¨addition scans are available on request
Item Price : $3500.00
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Rare Pair Of Nymphenburg Bustelli Hand-colored Chinoiserie Figurines http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126975/Antique-Rare-Pair-of-Nymphenburg-Bustelli-Hand-Colored-Chinoiserie-Figurines Rare pair of nymphenburg bustelli hand-colored chinoiserie figurines the nymphenburg porcelain manufactory (in german: porzellanmanufaktur nymphenburg), manufacturer of nymphenburg porcelain, is situated in the nymphenburg palace in munich, capital of bavaria, and since the mid-eighteenth century has been manufacturing porcelain of high artistic value. after his accession in 1745 maximilian iii joseph, prince-elector of bavaria, commanded the establishment of manufacturing companies in order to bail out the state finances. From 1747 attempts were made to manufacture porcelain and at the end of that year the former neudeck castle in the area now the munich suburb of au-haidhausen was made available for that purpose. Up to 1754 the experiments were a miserable failure and lost considerable amounts of money, but in that year the efforts to manufacture porcelain finally began to succeed. In 1755 the factory received its first commission from the bavarian court and in 1756 came the first success in painting the porcelain in color. The management of the jurist and entrepreneur count sigmund von haimhausen from 1758 ensured that the factory was placed on a sound commercial footing. By 1761 it had moved to the nymphenburg palace, where it still is today. among the great artists who followed bustelli were dominikus auliczek the elder (1734â1804) and johann peter melchior. A great promoter of the works was ludwig i who gave them many commissions. Particular favorites were dinner services with copies of famous paintings or with bavarian landscapes in an antique style. in 1822 friedrich von garner, the fashionable architect, was appointed artistic director of the factory. In the middle of the 19th century its financial position deteriorated to the extent that in 1856 all artistic production was halted and it was decide to privatize the factory. It was leased out for the first time in 1862 and its focus shifted to the production of technical, medical and sanitary porcelain goods. in 1887 albert bäuml (1855â1929) took a lease of the factory. His aim was to regain the previous high artistic level of the factoryâs products: it was bäuml, for example, who ârediscoveredâ bustelli. This aim was realized at around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and besides historical copies, elegant jugendstil ceramics were developed. here is an impressive rare pair of hand colored ânymphenburg bustelli chinoiserie figurinesâ, each signed as featured with the crest and the factory mark. Quite a rare find in excellent condition. this is a great museum quality work by this studio. This will give a collector of fine art many years of enjoyment and a great investment in a fine 19â20 porcelain art. this lovely pair are 6 inches tall and 3 inches diameter at the base. Take the time to look at the outstanding detail of both works. take note: these are very rare and not often found on the market and when they are, usually priced at $ 5,000.00 each
Item Price : $5000.00
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Rare Pair Of Nymphenburg Bustelli Chine De Blanc Chinoiserie Figurines http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126976/Antique-Rare-Pair-of-Nymphenburg-Bustelli-Chine-de-Blanc-Chinoiserie-Figurines Rare pair of nymphenburg bustelli chine de blanc chinoiserie figurines the nymphenburg porcelain manufactory (in german: porzellanmanufaktur nymphenburg), manufacturer of nymphenburg porcelain, is situated in the nymphenburg palace in munich, capital of bavaria, and since the mid-eighteenth century has been manufacturing porcelain of high artistic value. after his accession in 1745 maximilian iii joseph, prince-elector of bavaria, commanded the establishment of manufacturing companies in order to bail out the state finances. From 1747 attempts were made to manufacture porcelain and at the end of that year the former neudeck castle in the area now the munich suburb of au-haidhausen was made available for that purpose. Up to 1754 the experiments were a miserable failure and lost considerable amounts of money, but in that year the efforts to manufacture porcelain finally began to succeed. In 1755 the factory received its first commission from the bavarian court and in 1756 came the first success in painting the porcelain in color. The management of the jurist and entrepreneur count sigmund von haimhausen from 1758 ensured that the factory was placed on a sound commercial footing. By 1761 it had moved to the nymphenburg palace, where it still is today. among the great artists who followed bustelli were dominikus auliczek the elder (1734â1804) and johann peter melchior. A great promoter of the works was ludwig i who gave them many commissions. Particular favorites were dinner services with copies of famous paintings or with bavarian landscapes in an antique style. in 1822 friedrich von garner, the fashionable architect, was appointed artistic director of the factory. In the middle of the 19th century its financial position deteriorated to the extent that in 1856 all artistic production was halted and it was decide to privatize the factory. It was leased out for the first time in 1862 and its focus shifted to the production of technical, medical and sanitary porcelain goods. in 1887 albert bäuml (1855â1929) took a lease of the factory. His aim was to regain the previous high artistic level of the factoryâs products: it was bäuml, for example, who ârediscoveredâ bustelli. This aim was realized at around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and besides historical copies, elegant jugendstil ceramics were developed. here is an impressive rare pair ânymphenburg bustelli chinoiserie figurinesâ, each signed as featured with the crest and the factory mark. Quite a rare find in excellent condition. this is a great museum quality work by this studio. This will give a collector of fine art many years of enjoyment and a great investment in a fine 19â20 porcelain art. this lovely pair is 6 inches tall and 3 inches diameter at the base. Take the time to look at the outstanding detail of both works. take note: these are very rare and not often found on the market and when they are, usually priced at $5,000.00 for the pair.
Item Price : $2500.00
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Nymphenburg Hand Colored Doves Figurines http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126978/Antique-Nymphenburg-Hand-Colored-Doves-Figurines Nymphenburg hand colored doves figurines the nymphenburg porcelain manufactory (in german: porzellanmanufaktur nymphenburg), manufacturer of nymphenburg porcelain, is situated in the nymphenburg palace in munich, capital of bavaria, and since the mid-eighteenth century has been manufacturing porcelain of high artistic value. after his accession in 1745 maximilian iii joseph, prince-elector of bavaria, commanded the establishment of manufacturing companies in order to bail out the state finances. From 1747 attempts were made to manufacture porcelain and at the end of that year the former neudeck castle in the area now the munich suburb of au-haidhausen was made available for that purpose. Up to 1754 the experiments were a miserable failure and lost considerable amounts of money, but in that year the efforts to manufacture porcelain finally began to succeed. In 1755 the factory received its first commission from the bavarian court and in 1756 came the first success in painting the porcelain in color. The management of the jurist and entrepreneur count sigmund von haimhausen from 1758 ensured that the factory was placed on a sound commercial footing. By 1761 it had moved to the nymphenburg palace, where it still is today. among the great artists who followed bustelli were dominikus auliczek the elder (1734â1804) and johann peter melchior. A great promoter of the works was ludwig i who gave them many commissions. Particular favorites were dinner services with copies of famous paintings or with bavarian landscapes in an antique style. in 1822 friedrich von garner, the fashionable architect, was appointed artistic director of the factory. In the middle of the 19th century its financial position deteriorated to the extent that in 1856 all artistic production was halted and it was decide to privatise the factory. It was leased out for the first time in 1862 and its focus shifted to the production of technical, medical and sanitary porcelain goods. in 1887 albert bäuml (1855â1929) took a lease of the factory. His aim was to regain the previous high artistic level of the factoryâs products: it was bäuml, for example, who ârediscoveredâ bustelli. This aim was realized at around the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and besides historical copies, elegant jugendstil ceramics were developed. since 1975 the factory has been leased by the bavarian government to the wittelsbach compensation fund (wittelsbacher ausgleichsfond). the nymphenburg palace also accommodates the nymphenburg porcelain museum (the bäuml collection). Guided tours through the factory can be arranged by prior appointment. Nymphenburg palace is known to have been the working place of artists and sculptors like hanns goebl, tuttle, karmer and franz anton bustle. these porcelain figurines were produced in germany by nymphenburg in 1945. It has two marks, one green shield in over-glaze and one impressed shield. The model number 899 is impressed in the base. There are letters lts impressed in the base which are likely the initials of the artist who modeled the porcelain. This is an impressive piece of work. The detail in the porcelain shows fine artistry. It is beautifully hand painted. It truly portrays this proud bird in all his splendor. This peacock is a rare find in excellent condition. The talented artist of this magnificent work is luise terletzki scherf lts. each one is 5.50 inches tall and 5.25 inches wide at the widest point, signed on the base with the nymphenburg trademark in green, western germany.
Item Price : $2500.00
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Edward Marshall Boehm young And Free fawns With Blue Bells http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126979/Antique-Edward-Marshall-Boehm----Young-and-Free-----------Fawns-with-Blue-Bells---- Edward marshall boehm (1913 â january 29, 1969) was a self-taught american sculptor known for his porcelain figures of birds and other wildlife. Boehm explained his choice of porcelain as the medium for his art as follows: "porcelain is a permanent creation. If properly processed and fired, its colors will never change; and it can be subjected to extreme temperatures without damage. It is a medium in which one can portray the everlasting beauty of form and color of wildlife and nature". edward boehm as born in baltimore, maryland, in 1913. His surname is pronounced "beam". His parents separated before he was born. His mother, elsie boehm, died when he was seven years old. (he was not to meet his father until he was in his twenties.) friends enrolled him in an orphanage known as the mcdonogh school, where he remained until he was 16 years old. he studied animal husbandry (farm management) at the university of maryland. After the war he apprenticed for six months at the studio of the sculptor herbert haseltine. He studied draftsmanship three times a week. He taught himself the ancient process of porcelain making. from 1934-42 he managed longacres farm on the eastern shore of maryland, specializing in guernsey cattle. During world war ii boehm was in charge of a rehabilitation program for the air force at pawling, new york. In 1944 he married helen franzolin. They later moved to trenton, new jersey. The union was happy but childless. They remained together until edward marshall boehm died 1969. His widow died in 2010, aged 89. edward marshall boehm âyoung and freeâ â âfawns with blue bellsâ issued in a limited edition, 1980, from a limited edition, first presented to pope john paul ii by the city of philadelphia, pa. In 1979. this work measure 12 inches by 8 inches deep and 8 inches high approximate .
Item Price : $2000.00
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Capo Di Monte Beggar With Rosary Figurine http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126982/Antique--Capo-di-monte-Beggar-with-Rosary--Figurine The capo de monte logo crown and neapolitan n was originally painted or impressed on porcelain and ceramics produced at the royal factory in naples from 1759 to 1780 and was synonymous with the finest quality neapolitan porcelain and ceramics from that period onwards. However, the capo di monte logo, in the present day is not necessarily a guarantee ceramic quality. Neither is it a guarantee that the product is in fact porcelain or ceramic. the royal factory in naples in the eighteenth century, and which today no longer exists. capo di monte multicolored late 19 century beggar with rosary figurine signed with the blue crown as shown(see pix)stands at 6.25 inches tall on a square base of 2.75 inches and in good condition free of any visible damage or repairs.
Item Price : $250.00
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Limoges-saint-cloud Soft-paste Porcelain Seau (wine Cooler) http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126983/Antique-limoges----Saint-Cloud-Soft-Paste-Porcelain-Seau-----Wine-Cooler- Limoges porcelain designates hard-paste porcelain produced by factories near the city of limoges, france beginning in the late 1700s, but does not refer to a particular manufacturer. limoges had been the site of a minor industry producing plain faience earthenwares since the 1730s. The manufacturing of hard-paste porcelain at limoges was established by turgot in 1771 following the discovery of local supplies of kaolin and a material similar to petuntse in the economically distressed area at saint-yrieix-la-perche, near limoges. The ingredients were used for the production of hard-paste porcelain similar to chinese porcelain. The materials were quarried commencing in 1768. the manufacture was placed under the patronage of the comte dâartois, brother of louis xvi and the manufactory was later purchased by the king in 1784, apparently with the idea of producing hard-paste bodies for decoration at sèvres, a venture that did not work out. limoges had been the site of a minor industry producing plain faience earthenwares since the 1730s. The manufacturing of hard-paste porcelain at limoges was established by turgot in 1771 following the discovery of local supplies of kaolin and a material similar to petuntse in the economically distressed area at saint-yrieix-la-perche, near limoges. The ingredients were used for the production of hard-paste porcelain similar to chinese porcelain. The materials were quarried commencing in 1768. the manufacture was placed under the patronage of the comte dâartois, brother of louis xvi and the manufactory was later purchased by the king in 1784, apparently with the idea of producing hard-paste bodies for decoration at sèvres, a venture that did not work out. after the revolution a number of private factories were established at limoges, the chief of which was, and remains, haviland & co., and remains, haviland & co here we have a rare and vintage reproduction of the âsaint-cloud soft-paste porcelain seauâ (wine cooler) 18th century. This is produced by ch. Field haviland, limoges france for the metropolitan museum of art after the same work in the museum collection , re produced by the met in the 1970 and no longer made. This is 7.5 inches tall and 9.5 inches wide and in mint condition with no signs of damage or repairs. Great work and works well as a ice bucket for your favorite bottle of wine or champagne.
Item Price : $450.00
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Ludwigsburg pair Of A Boy And A Girl Figurines http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126984/Antique--Ludwigsburg----Pair-of-A-Boy-and-A-Girl----Figurines- here we have a rare, rare matching ludwigsburg âpair of a boy and a girlâ, marked with the enclosed mark the mark appears in the book of porcelain marks by kovel stating "ludwigsburg germany hard paste, mark painted in blue under glaze, period of duke carl eugen 1744 to 1793. This mark was used between 1758 and 1793. See photos of mark. each work is 4.75 inches tall, 2.25 inches wide and 1.75 inches deep approximate. Small flee-bites in the floras and in good condition considering the age (see photos).
Item Price : $1250.00
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Matching Pair Cascades Porcelain Harlequins http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126985/Antique-Matching--Pair-Cascades--Porcelain--Harlequins Majolica designates italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the renaissance. The name is thought to come from the medieval italian word for majorca, an island on the route for ships bringing hispano-moresque wares from valencia to italy. Moorish potters from majorca are reputed to have worked in sicily and it has been suggested that their wares reached the italian mainland from caltagirone an alternative explanation of the name is that it comes from the spanish term obra de malaga, denoting â[imported] wares from malagaâ. during the renaissance, the term maiolica referred solely to lusterware, including both italian-made and spanish imports, but eventually the term came to be used when describing ceramics made in italy, lustered or not, of tin-glazed earthenware. With the spanish conquest of mexico, tin-glazed maiolica wares came to be produced in the valley of mexico as early as 1540, at first in imitation of tin-glazed pottery imported from seville. tin glaze gives makers a brilliant white, opaque surface to paint over. The colours are applied as metallic oxides or as fritted underglazes, to the unfired glaze, which absorbs pigment like fresco, making errors impossible to fix, but preserving the brilliant colors of the renaissance in a way that paintings cannot. The entire surface is then covered with a thin clear glaze that protects the underglazes and gives them a brilliant color. The maiolica thus requires a second firing, and in the case of lustred wares, yet a third, at a lower temperature. Kilns required wood, only to be found on hillsides, at ever higher altitudes, and a source of suitable clay. Materials for glazes usually had to be imported. The fifteenth-century wares that initiated maiolica as an artform were the product of a long technical evolution, in which medieval lead-glazed wares were improved by the addition of tin oxides, under the initial influence of islamic wares imported through sicily. Such archaic wares are sometimes dubbed âproto-maiolicaâ. during the later fourteenth century the limited palette of colours was expanded from the traditional manganese purple and copper green to embrace cobalt blue, antimony yellow and iron-oxide orange. Sgraffito wares were also produced, in which the white tin-oxide slip was decoratively scratched to produce a design from the revealed body of the ware: sgraffito wasters excavated at kilns in bacchereto and montelupo as well as at florence show that such wares were produced more widely than at perugia and città di castello, their traditional attributions. here we are offer a rare and beautiful pair of outstanding spanish cascades harlequins. These two stand at 11.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Each is signed with cascades and made in spain in green on the base and in perfect condition.
Item Price : $200.00
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Sitzendorf cherub Or Angel With A Book http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126986/Antique-Sitzendorf----Cherub-or-Angel-with-a-Book--- Sitzendorf porcelain the history of the town and people of sitzendorf germany goes back a long way and the history of sitzendorf porcelain is just as long. A theology student called georg heinrich macheleidt received permission from the regional prince in germany to set up a porcelain manufacturing company in the small town of sitzendorf. in 1760, the first porcelain factory was established. It was moved to volkstedt in 1762. The actual manufacturer of figurines began in the town of sitzendorf in 1884 though the factory began working with porcelain in 1850. By 1809, the company had a second factory and had introduced steam power that helped them employ a total of 300 employees in two factories in a town with a population of 700. The factory remains in operation into the present day. sitzendorf porcelain is identified and valued by its year of manufacture. The year and the stamping on the porcelain indicate under which of the owner managers the piece was produced. Everything from the macheleidt period would obviously be the most valuable (determined of course by condition). there are several distinct periods in the management history of the factory. The porcelain manufacture was reestablished in sitzendorf in 1850 by wilhelm liebmann who held control over the establishment until a fire in 1858 gutted the factory building and led him to retire. The factory was rebuilt and reopened under the voigt brothers management. alfred and carl ran things until 1896 when albert schonau ran the company as a public corporation with stock valued at a million german marks. This lasted until 1932 when the factory nearly collapsed under the weight of socioeconomic depression. Porcelain bearing indications of manufacture before 1932 are most prized by collectors. Post 1932 until the early 1970s marks another period which provides the market for the more recent and thus more accessible (and thus less valuable) porcelain pieces. there are two leading indicator marks on genuine sitzendorf porcelain. The blue crown over the letter s with a double cross slash mark is one and the double cross slash alone is the other. Both are in a deep blue and appear on all items from the sitzendorf factory. There may be accompanying marks such as: âgermanyâ stamp on the bottom or a production number or code. the marks represent three distinct stages in the life history of the sitzendorf factory. The oldest mark includes the germany stamp and dates from 1884 to 1896. The blue mark with the crown dates from 1902 to 1972 and the other blue mark dates from 1954 to the present day. The double slash mark alone is one of the earliest marks dating back to when the voigts were in charge of production. sitzendorf porcelain includes not only figurines but vases, lamps, dolls, bowls, mantle mounts, wall brackets, compotes and urns (to name a few). All are well colored, highly ornate and more collector items than practical products. They are representative of the dresden style of porcelain. dresden style porcelain is distinguished by the use of flowers, shells, fruits, leaves and scroll work. The actual porcelain is so white it is almost translucent and often includes a gold edging. Sitzendorf is just one of the german porcelain makers referred to as dresden. most collectible among the sitzendorf range of porcelain are the lace figurines first produced under the voight owners beginning in the mid 1880s. The lace look was accomplished by dipping real fabric lace into porcelain and firing the result. here we have a lovely sitzendorf âcherub or angel with a bookâ faintly signed with the âsâ and âgermanyâ in blue on the base. this charming figurine stands 5.50 inches tall on a 3 by 3 inch base. This and the second one are both in mint condition in mint condition.
Item Price : $250.00
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Tyche Porcellane tambour 1808 Figurine http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126987/Antique-Tyche-Porcellane----Tambour-1808----Figurine Tyche (tiche) porcellane dâarte established by cav. Franco perego in 1962, tyche porcellane dâarte has long been one of the most renowned art manufacturers in italy, well recognised and appreciated for its top quality creations, whose manufacturing philosophy still requires products completely handcrafted by skilful artisans, model makers and decorators. In this scenario, where technology is restricted to modern kilns, you can be fascinated by a manufacturing process that turns a very fine white powder made of kaolin, felspar and white quarz into a beautiful art object, as by magic. A daily miracle stems from a clay model created by talented sculptors (tyche roster of collaborators includes the like of alessandro maggioni and giorgio galletti) â a mixture that is then worked skilfully, shaped, fired in a kiln and decorated to become a wonderful work of art. The amazing thing is that in an economic context where manufacturing is more and more automated and the virtual is becoming the actual, here in tyche you can still see simple but expert hands move quickly and precisely to create precious objects â little masterpieces conveying harmony and beauty, perfectly following in the wake of the best italian handicraft. a faithful guardian of ancient artistic traditions for over 40 years, tyche is now one of the very few art manufacturers that uses the secrets and knowledge passed on from one generation to the next over centuries to fire porcelain in kilns at a temperature of up to 1,400°c. This porcelain is so hard that can be used to manufacture unique white objects whose exceptional thinness and translucency can create fascinating see-through effects. The founderâs daughter and sons â cristiana, luca and lamberto â are committed to continuing the philosophy of care and love for the work of their fatherâs times, manufacturing fine objects for real experts, sometimes magnificently embellished with art bronzes designed by fbai. tyche porcellane âtambour 1808â figurine here we have one of several from a naples, florida estate. Tyche porcellane dâarte figurine, signed as shown, stands at 11 inches high, in good condition and with no visible damage, repairs or other defects.
Item Price : $375.00
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Vista Alegre-mottahedeh Lowestoft Floral Vase http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126988/Antique-Vista-Alegre-Mottahedeh-Lowestoft-Floral-Vase- during the second half of the 18th century a factory in crown street produced soft-paste porcelain ware. Items still exist, and there are collections at the museum in nicholas everett park, oulton broad, and at the castle museum, norwich. The factory produced experimental wares in 1756 and first advertised their porcelain in 1760.Lowestoft collectors divide the factory's products into three distinct periods, early lowestoft circa 1756 to 1761, middle-period circa 1761 to 1768 and late-period circa 1768 to the closure of the factory in 1799. during the early period wares decorated with chinese-inspired scenes (chinoiserie) in underglaze blue were produced. This type of decoration continued throughout the life of the factory but scenes were gradually simplified. Overglaze colors were used from about 1765. here we are offering an outstanding vista alegre-mottahedeh lowestoft floral vase marked, as many shown. the vase measures 9 inches high and 3.75 inches widest and 3.25 inch deep. The vase is in good condition.
Item Price : $255.00
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18th Century Derby '' Pair Of Imari Snuff Bottles '' http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126989/Antique-18th-Century-Derby------Pair-of-Imari-Snuff-Bottles------ The derby porcelain company is a porcelain manufacturer, based in derby, england. The company, particularly known for its high-quality bone china, has produced tableware and ornamental items since approximately 1750. in 1745 andré planché, a huguenot immigrant from saxony, settled in derby, where between 1747 and 1755 he made soft-paste porcelain vases and figurines. At the beginning of 1756 he formed a business partnership with william duesbury (1725 â 1786), a porcelain painter formerly at chelsea porcelain factory and longton hall, and the banker john heath. This was the foundation of the derby company, although production at the works at cockpit hill, just outside the town, had begun before then, as evidenced by a creamware jug dated 1750, also in the possession of the victoria and albert museum. Planché disappeared from the scene almost at once, and the business was developed by duesbury and heath, and later duesbury alone. A talented entrepreneur, duesbury developed a new paste which contained glass frit, soaprock and calcined bone. This enabled the factory to begin producing high-quality tableware. He quickly established derby as a leading manufacturer of dinner services and figurines by employing the best talents available for modelling and painting. Figure painting was done by richard askew, particularly skilled at painting cupids, and james banford. Zachariah boreman and john brewer painted landscapes, still-lifes, and pastorals. Intricate floral patterns were designed and painted by william billingsley. in 1770, duesbury further increased the already high reputation of derby by his acquisition of the famous chelsea porcelain factory in london. He operated it on its original site until 1784 (the products of this period are known as âchelsea-derbyâ), when he demolished the buildings and transferred the assets, including the stock, patterns and moulds, and many of the workmen, to derby. Again, in 1776, he acquired the remainder of the formerly prestigious bow porcelain factory, of which he also transferred the portable elements to derby. in 1773, duesburyâs hard work was rewarded by king george iii, who after visiting the derby works granted him permission to incorporate the royal crown into the derby backstamp, after which the company was known as crown derby. in 1786, william duesbury died, leaving the company to his son, william duesbury ii, also a talented director, who besides keeping the reputation of the company at its height developed a number of new glazes and body types. what an impressive rare & early 18th century derby âpair of imari snuff bottles.â these bottles are 3.50 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter and is in good condition with the exception of one spot ( look at the images ) and with normal sign of use and little discoloration that can be bleached out.
Item Price : $350.00
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Early Lowestoft hand Painted Oval Tray And Tea Bowl http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126990/Antique-Early-Lowestoft----Hand-Painted-Oval-tray-and-tea-Bowl---- During the second half of the 18th century a factory in crown street produced soft-paste porcelain ware. Items still exist, and there are collections at the museum in nicholas everett park, oulton broad, and at the castle museum, norwich. The factory produced experimental wares in 1756 and first advertised their porcelain in 1760.Lowestoft collectors divide the factory's products into three distinct periods, early lowestoft circa 1756 to 1761, middle-period circa 1761 to 1768 and late-period circa 1768 to the closure of the factory in 1799. during the early period wares decorated with chinese-inspired scenes (chinoiserie) in underglaze blue were produced. This type of decoration continued throughout the life of the factory but scenes were gradually simplified. Overglaze colors were used from about 1765. here we are offering a rare and early early lowestoft âhand painted oval tray and tea bowlâ or marked, as many of these were not signed. Both of these works is beautifully painted with a flora design and raised work. The tray measures 7.75 long and 6.75 inches wide and 1 inch deep. The tea bowl measures 3.25 inches diameter and 2 inches tall. Both items are in good condition with typical signs of light wear to both works.
Item Price : $700.00
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Early New Hall Bowl Floral Pattern http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126991/Antique--Early-New-Hall-Bowl--Floral--Pattern In the late eighteenth century new hall made ceramic history as the first pottery in stafford shire to manufacture porcelain successfully. A previous attempt at longton hall had ended in failure in 1760. around 1780 a syndicate of stafford shire's potters purchased cook worthy's patent from richard champion, and under the latter's guidance settled at new hall to make porcelain. john turner, famous in the annals of pottery, potter to the prince of wales, was a founder member of the company by whom shelton hall (new hall) was acquired. This company was hollins, warburton and co and it was they who acquired champion's patent and began to make porcelain. This, the second effort to establish the manufacture of porcelain in stafford shire was successful, and marked the beginning of the stafford shire porcelain industry in the late eighteenth century new hall made ceramic history as the first pottery in staffordshire to manufacture porcelain successfully. A previous attempt at longton hall had ended in failure in 1760. About 1780 a syndicate of staffordshireâs potters purchased cookworthyâs patent from richard champion, and under the latterâs guidance settled at new hall to make porcelain. john turner, famous in the annals of pottery, potter to the prince of wales, was a founder member of the company by whom shelton hall (new hall) was acquired. This company was hollins, warburton and co. And it was they who acquired championâs patent and began to make porcelain. This, the second effort to establish the manufacture of porcelain in staffordshire was successful, and marked the beginning of the stafford shire porcelain industry. early new hall bowl unusual floral pattern. This one is circa 1790 8â diameter x 1¾â deep and in good condition, free of any damage or repairs!
Item Price : $250.00
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Royal Doulton carpet Seller Retired Edition http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126992/Antique-Royal-Doulton----Carpet-Seller----Retired-Edition- Doultonâs fame and its products became truly international, and that fame was greatly increased in the early 20th century by the new art director, charles c. Noke, and through the talents of a brilliant generation of artists including; joseph hancock, harry tittensor, edward birks, percy curnock and others: doulton antiques and collectables for sale. âcarpet sellerâ retired stamped in on the bottom as such with the royal doulton trademark and h.N. 1464. Produced in a limited edition and no longer produced! this love work has no signs of wear, damage or repairs and is 8.50 inches tall.
Item Price : $249.99
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Walter Austin Signed Royal Worcester wild Peasant Cabinet Plate http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126994/Antique-Walter-Austin-Signed-Royal-Worcester----Wild-Peasant----Cabinet-Plate- Royal worcester was founded in worcester, england in 1751, the factory was established on the banks of the river severn by a group of local businessmen, with the guidance of dr john wall, an eminent physician. Dr. Wall along with another of the group, apothecary william davis, developed their method for producing porcelain. Dr. Wall secured the sum of £4500 from the partners to establish the factory in worcester and those original partnership deeds are still housed in the museum of worcester porcelain. the worcester factory always prided itself on its quality worcester porcelain. It received a royal warrant in 1789, and is still currently by appointment to her majesty queen elizabeth ii. at its height, the firm employed nearly 1,000 people, but after merger with spode, and heavy competition from overseas, the production was gradually switched to factories in stoke and abroad. 100 staff were made redundant in 2003 and another 100 went in 2005. 15 porcelain painters left the severn street factory on friday 29 september 2006, together with 100 other workers. The very few employees who remain with royal worcester will be retrained so the company can focus on the production of ornamental, giftware and prestige ranges. walter austin was harry austins younger brother and was one year younger. Like harry he won several medals for his drawings of plants including the kings prize and these were to be his major area of excellence. ⨠he was however a fine fruit painter and produced many pieces during his stay at royal worcester. Like his brother he produced many watercolours as a side line to boost his earnings during the difficult times and finally left the royal worcester factory in 1930. royal worcester artist signed walter austin âroyal worcester wild peasantâ cabinet plate w.H. Austin. This measures 9 inches diameter and in excellent condition, free of any stains, damages. this is signed with the older trademark of royal worcester, england and âw 6366 over aâ and in good condition, free of any stains or repairs and little signs of wear (normal honest wear). walter austin was harry austins younger brother and was one year younger. Like harry he won several medals for his drawings of plants including the kings prize and these were to be his major area of excellence. ⨠he was however a fine fruit painter and produced many pieces during his stay at royal worcester. Like his brother he produced many watercolours as a side line to boost his earnings during the difficult times and finally left the royal worcester factory in 1930. royal worcester artist signed walter austin âroyal worcester wild peasantâ cabinet plate w.H. Austin. This measures 9 inches diameter and in excellent condition, free of any stains, damages. theis is signed with the older trademark of royal worcester, england and âw 6366 over aâ and in good condition, free of any stains or repairs and little signs of wear (normal honest wear).
Item Price : $450.00
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Baccarat Crystal Tiger http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126996/Antique-Baccarat-Crystal-Tiger Baccarat crystal is a manufacturer of fine crystal glassware located in baccarat, france. The company owns two museums: the musée baccarat in baccarat, meurthe-et-moselle and the galerie-musée baccarat, on the place des Ãtats-unis in paris. Groupe du louvre is the majority shareholder of the company. in 1764 king louis xv of france gave permission to found a glassworks in the town of baccarat in the lorraine region in eastern france to prince bishop cardinal louis-joseph de laval-montmorency (1761â1802). Production consisted of window panes, mirrors and stemware until 1816 when the first crystal oven went into operation. By that time over 3000 workers were employed at the site. baccarat received its first royal commission in 1823. This began a lengthy line of commissions for royalty and heads of state throughout the world. here we have the baccarat crystal tiger, signed in the base with the white stamp. This is 5.50 inches long and 2.25 inches tall in mint condition and with no box.
Item Price : $325.00
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Waterford Crystal Limited Edition World Globe http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126997/Antique-Waterford-Crystal-Limited-Edition-World-Globe- The beginnings of glass making in ireland are lost in the mists of time but there is sufficient archaeological evidence to show that, from the early iron age, glass was regarded with respect. Indeed, medieval documents can prove glass making existed in ireland back in the middle 13th century however, the waterford crystal story started to blossom in 1783 when two brothers, george and william penrose, founded their crystal manufacturing business in the busy port of waterford. They were important developers and the cityâs principal exporters. The development, they told the irish parliament, cost £10,000 â a great deal of money in the 18th century. they employed 50 to 70 people, led by a fellow quaker, john hill, from stourbridge in england, and succeeded in producing crystal with a purity of color unmatched in ireland or england. Merchant ships sailed regularly from the port of waterford with cargoes of crystal bound for spain, the west indies, new york, new england and newfoundland. but less than 100 years later the initial company failed due to lack of capital and excessive taxation. In what seems a remarkably short time, waterford crystal acquired an unequaled reputation that has transcended the intervening centuries. another century passed before the enterprise was revived. In 1947, while europe was still in ruins after the second world war, a small glass factory was set up in waterford just 1½ miles from the site of the original glass factory. waterford crystal today has very strong links with its illustrious predecessor. There is today the same dedication to the purity of color, to the same design inspiration and to the same pursuit of highest quality levels possible. The traditional cutting patterns made famous by the artisans of waterford became the design basis for the growing product range of the new company. waterford crystal, today, is the leading brand of premium crystal. Its products â superb handcrafted crystal stemware, giftware and lighting ware â are designed and manufactured to the highest standards. here we are honored to offer vintage waterford crystal limited edition world glode, closed edition, made in ireland of a closed and retired edition of only 200, 12" tall and 22" in diameter and in great condition. Signed with waterford with the seahorse only. No coa. there are no visible damages or repairs, without the original box. This is no longer produced in ireland or anywhere else. These from the master cutters works, are becoming very rare on the open market.
Item Price : $1200.00
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Belleek aberdeen Vase-pitcher Brown Mark, http://www.antiques.com/classified/1126998/Antique-Belleek----Aberdeen-Vase-Pitcher----Brown-Mark-- Belleek pottery ltd is a porcelain company that began trading in august 1884 as the belleek pottery works company ltd in belleek, county fermanagh, in what was to become northern ireland. pottery in the region began around 1849, after john caldwell bloomfield inherited his fatherâs estate. Seeking to provide employment for his tenants, who had been affected by the irish potato famine and, being an amateur minerologist, he ordered a geological survey of his land. On finding that the area was rich in minerals, bloomfield went into partnership with london architect robert williams armstrong and dublin merchant david mcbirney. In setting up a pottery business, bloomfield managed to get a railway line built to belleek so that coal could be delivered with which to fire kilns. building started on the pottery in 1858. Initially starting with domestic products, it wasnât until 1863 that small amounts of the parian porcelain for which belleek is famous for to this day, was successfully produced. By 1865, the prestige of the company had increased enough that its market included ireland, england, the united states, canada and australia, and clients included the prince of wales, queen victoria and the nobility. the original owners had all died by 1884, and a local group of investors acquired the concern and named it belleek pottery works company ltd. Master craftsmen frederick slater moved from england to belleek in 1893 and by 1920 high quality porcelain was becoming the mainstay of the business. The company struggled throughout the first and second world wars, and the company concentrated on producing earthenware during these periods. after the second world war, belleek pottery stopped production of earthenware entirely. The pottery began the change from coal fired kilns to electric powered kilns from 1952. In 1983 the industrial development board gave financial assistance to the company and installed roger troughton as the managing director. The following year troughton made a successful bid for the sale of the company. In 1988, dungannon-based powerscreen international bought the company and opened a visitor centre the following year. 1990 saw the enterprise changing hands again. Dundalk-born us-based dr. George g. Moore remains the owner to this day, though the company is run locally by four directors. Since then belleek pottery has expanded its size in terms of factory space, acquisitions of other companies, staff and turnover. Subsidiary companies now include galway crystal, aynsley china and donegal parian china. It employs more than six hundred people and enjoys an annual turnover of around £30 million. earlier belleek âaberdeen vase-pitcherâ brown mark here we have a lovely earlier belleek âaberdeen vase-pitcherâ brown mark, impressed into the base of the work belleek in retrospect, belleek stamp in brown, standing at 9 inches tall, 6 inches wide at the base and in good condition. No visible signs of any damage, repairs or breaks. hand applied flowers with great details and would make a great addition to any collection!
Item Price : $350.00
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Capo Di Monte Colored Late 19th Century hunter With A Slain Goose http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127002/Antique-Capo-di-Monte-colored-late-19th-Century----Hunter-with-a-Slain-Goose---- Capo di monte colored late 19th century âhunter with a slain gooseâ figurine signed with the blue crown as shown (see pix) stands at 6.25 inches tall on a square base of 2.75 inches and in good condition free of any visible damage or repairs.
Item Price : $250.00
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Herrend Porcelain floral Footed Compote http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127003/Antique-Herrend-Porcelain----Floral-Footed-Compote---- Here we have an unusual lovely round floral footed compote (teraza), measuring 5.75 inches diameter and 3.25 inches tall, in good condition. Marked with the blue âherrendâ in gold on the base in good condition.
Item Price : $200.00
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Nymphenburg Hand Colored Peacock http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127004/Antique-Nymphenbur---g-Hand-Colored-Peacock This is an impressive piece of work designed in 1941. The detail in the porcelain shows fine artistry. It is beautifully hand painted. It truly portrays this proud bird in all his splendor. This peacock is a rare find in excellent condition. here is a great museum quality work by this studio. This will give a collector of fine art many years of enjoyment and a great investment in a fine 19-20 century porcelain art. this is 6 inches tall, 9 inches long and 5.25 inches wide 8 inches at the wing spread, signed on the base with the nymphenburg trademark in green and impressed with the crest with # 899, in good condition.
Item Price : $2500.00
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Richard Ginori river Vecchio Oval Scallop Bowl http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127006/Antique-Richard-Ginori----River-Vecchio----Oval-Scallop-Bowl Here we have a very popular pattern richard ginori âriver vecchioâ oval scallop bowl, signed on the base richard ginori, italy. 5.50 inches long 4.50 by 2.50 deep and 2 inches tall. This is in mint condition with no signs of wear or
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Samson Cie armorial Lowestoft Platter http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127007/Antique-Samson-----Cie----Armorial-Lowestoft-Platter--- Samson began his career by making service and set piece replacements in the late 1830âs. In 1845 he opened the ceramics firm samson, edmé et cie at 7, rue vendôme (later rue béranger) in paris, with the intention of supplying reproductions of ceramics on display in museums and private collections. The factory was moved to montreuil, seine-saint-denis in 1864 by samsonâs son, emile samson (1837â1913). The firm either drew inspiration from other factories, or directly copied their pieces. Designs from the factories of meissen, serves, chelsea, and derby were among the reproductions samson, edmé et cie produced, along with designs copied from and all the major factories of england, france and germany. during the eighteenth century, the market for fine china was considerable and sampsonâs firm reproduced ceramics in a breadth of styles including the faience and majolica types of italian pottery, persian style dishes, hispano-moresque pottery (a blending of islamic and european motifs, produced during the 13th to 15th centuries), plates in the fitz hugh pattern, as well as plates designed by his fellow frenchmen, bernard palissy. Another frequent style copied by the samson firm was the famille rose and famille verte styles produced in china between 1720 and 1790. Imari wares, named for the japanese port where a type of richly decorated porcelain made at arita was shipped, were also copied by samson. the famous paris firm of samson & company. Outstanding & rare samson â cie âarmorial lowestoft platterâ, measuring 4 inches high and 18.50 by 14.50 inches and in mint condition. There is a slight variation of the glaze on the outer edge of the back (manufacture imperfection as made not a damage). this is a very outstanding and wonderful work that will give the discerning collector many years of enjoyment.
Item Price : $450.00
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Sitzendorf cherub Or Gathering Flowers http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127008/Antique-Sitzendorf----Cherub-or-Gathering-Flowers--- a lovely sitzendorf âcherub or gathering flowersâ faintly signed with the âsâ and âgermanyâ in blue on the base. this charming figurine stands 5.50 inches tall on a 3 by 3 inch base. This and the second one are both in mint condition.
Item Price : $250.00
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Sitzendorf bust Of Mozart http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127009/Antique-Sitzendorf----Bust-of-Mozart---- Here we have a lovely sitzendorf âbust of mozartâ faintly signed with the âsâ in blue on the base. this charming figurine stands 8.50 inches tall on a 3.5 by 3.5 inch base. This and the second one are both in mint condition in mint condition.
Item Price : $150.00
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Tyche Porcellane dragon 1812 Figurine http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127010/Antique-Tyche-Porcellane----Dragon-1812----Figurine here we have one of several from a naples, florida estate. Tyche porcellane dâarte figurine, signed as shown, stands at 11 inches high, in good condition and with no visible damage, repairs or other defects.
Item Price : $375.00
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Vista Alegre Pair American Bicentennial Cache Bowl S http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127011/Antique--Vista-Alegre-----Pair-American-Bicentennial-Cache-Bowl-s--- Here is a charming and rare limited production âamerican bicentennial cache bowlsâ. The design is based on a 18th century chinese export. It is 3.50 by 4.5 and 3.5 inches high. Signed vista alegre, portugal in green and in a circle âfor mottahehe.â these is in good condition and made only for the celebration of the american bicentennial in 1976.
Item Price : $200.00
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Derby - Chamberlain Period -hand Painted Floral Bowl http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127012/Antique-Derby---Chamberlain-Period--Hand-Painted-Floral-Bowl- Here we have a lovely and rare chamberlain-worcester floral bowl, impressed with chamberlain worcester into the body of the work. This treasure measures 1.75 diameter and 1.75 inches deep. In good condition with little sign of wear. There are a few specks and fine even glazing in the finish as to be expected in this period work. royal worcester manufactures bone china and in particular porcelain. founded in worcester, england, in 1751, the factory was established on the banks of the river severn by a group of local businessmen, with the guidance of dr john wall, a physician. Dr wall along with another of the group, apothecary william davis, developed their method for producing porcelain. Dr wall secured the sum of £4500 from the partners to establish the factory in worcester and those original partnership deeds are still housed in the museum of worcester porcelain. additional images can be seen at our websyte ; www.Houseofstowe.Com
Item Price : $250.00
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Late 18th Century Copeland Floral Shell Dish http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127013/Antique-late-18th-Century--Copeland-Floral-Shell-Dish- Here is an exquisite hand painted floral shell bowl signed (impressed with copeland over the crownâ coalport. It dates from around 1820â1850. It is painted in beautiful flowers in the peony pattern. the painting is very fine and delicate. the lovely georgian period dish is 9.50 inches long by 5.25 inches wide 7.75 and 1.50 inches tall. Impressed with âcopelandâ with the âcrownâ and the number 3184d by hand in the color of sepia red. condition: the bottom of the rim does have two small areas of damage (seen only when the bowl is turned over to be expected of the past two hundred year). this is a very beautiful and rare work and would make a great addition to any serious collection of english ceramics additional images can be seen at the website . www.Houseofstowe.Com
Item Price : $200.00
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Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Blue Campagna Urn http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127014/Antique-Wedgwood-----Blue--Jasper-Ware--Blue-Campagna-Urn---- here we have a lovely 20th century wedgwood jasper ware urn with applied jasper ware relief of arcadia scenes. the work is 12 inches tall and in less than perfect condition (small flaw on the rim of the base, not noticeable when displayed. However this is a very lovely and impressive work, very decorative and a great example of the classical. Stamped âwedgwoodâ and âmade in englandâ.
Item Price : $1500.00
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Early Wedgwood Jasper Ware Dark Blue Portland Vase http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127015/Antique-Early-Wedgwood--Jasper-Ware--Dark-Blue-Portland-Vase- This work is of the vintage period â dating to about 1885â1920. This measures 4.5 inches tall by 3.5 inches wide. Impressed with âwedgwoodâ, made in england (post 1898) in the body of the work. the portland vase is in good condition with no visible repairs or damage.
Item Price : $1000.00
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Pair Of Waterford Lead Tara Candelabras. Vintage Production http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127016/Antique-Pair-of-Waterford-Lead--Tara--Candelabras-----Vintage-Production- âpair of waterford lead candelabrasâ. Vintage production our price: $1,000.00 here we have lovely waterford âpair of waterford lead candelabrasâ. The work measures 9 inches tall and base is 4.5 by 4.5 inches, from a now retired production. The bases and prisons signed waterford,irish manufacture and in good condition! There are no original boxes with these! these retail at $ 1,000 each
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Waterford master Cutter Hibernia Vase Closed Edition http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127017/Antique-Waterford----Master-Cutter-Hibernia-Vase----Closed-Edition Here we are honored to offer vintage waterford âmaster cutter hibernia vaseâ closed edition, made in ireland of a closed and retired edition in the 1980. This is 8.25 inches tall and 5.75 inches diameter at the top. There are no visible damages or repairs, with out the original box . This is no longer produced in ireland or any where else. These from the master cutters works, are becoming very rare on the open market.
Item Price : $750.00
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Handcrafted Belleek basket Bearer Figurine Limited Production http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127018/Antique-Handcrafted-Belleek----Basket-Bearer-Figurine----Limited-Production- Here we have a lovely treasure. Handcrafted rare belleek âbasket bearer figurineâ limited production; belleek stamp in dark blue; standing at 7 and 7/8 inches and in good condition. This is a rare item and a great addition to any collection.
Item Price : $250.00
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Belleek Large Dresser-dinner Tray Green Mark http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127019/Antique-Belleek-Large-Dresser-Dinner-Tray-Green-Mark belleek large dresser-dinner tray green mark, one of two to be offered. Each in good condition free of any visible damage or repair. Each measures 9.75" x 11" and in good condition.
Item Price : $100.00
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Master Cutters Work Large Waterford Crystal Punch Bowl http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127020/Antique-Master-Cutters-Work-----Large-Waterford-Crystal-Punch-Bowl- Here we have a rare retired master cutters work large waterford crystal punch bowl (made in ireland), measures 5.50 high and 9.75 inches diameter. It is in mint condition, no damage or repair with out the original box.
Item Price : $450.00
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Edward M Boehm Hooded Mergansers Limited Ed Plate http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127021/Antique-Edward-M-Boehm-Hooded-Mergansers-Limited-Ed-Plate- this is a âhooded mergansersâ plate issued in a limited edition of âthe edward marshall boehm water bird plate collection.â this is free of any visible damage and measures 10¾ inches diameter and 1 inch tall. Signed and inscribed on back of plate with the data here described
Item Price : $50.00
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Cybis Porcelain snow Bunting -children Of The World Series, http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127022/Antique-Cybis-Porcelain----Snow-Bunting--------Children-of-the-World----Series-- Cybis porcelain âsnow buntingâ from the series âchildren of the worldâ series, retired edition circa 1970â1980, signed cybis on the base and stand at 11 inches tall (including the attached base) and 7 inches wide. In good condition and ready to grace your collection.
Item Price : $350.00
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Lenox Ivory Fine China, The Iris - Figurine http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127023/Antique-Lenox-Ivory-Fine-China---The-Iris---Figurine- Lenox handcrafted iris , crafted by lenox ivory fine china, the iris with the lenox hallmark produced in a limited production. this is 6.25 inches tall, 4
Item Price : $150.00
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Smithsonian & Lenox panda Cub Limited Edition http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127024/Antique-Smithsonian---Lenox----Panda-Cub----Limited-Edition- The panda cub was produced by lenox and authorized by the national zoo at the smithsonian. The charming panda cub is handcrafted and from a closed edition (retired) circa 1990. It is 6" long and 4.5" high. This is in mint condition and with the original paper but no original box.
Item Price : $125.00
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Rare Ludwigsburg Porcelain pair Of Busts Of A Boy And A Girl http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127025/Antique-Rare--Ludwigsburg-Porcelain-----Pair-of-Busts-of-A-Boy-and-A-Girl---- Here we have a rare, rare matching ludwigsburg âpair of busts of a boy and a girlâ, marked with the above mark from the period of period of duke carl eugene (1744 â 1793), mark used between 1759 and 1762. The mark is in under glaze blue. each work is 2.75 inches tall, 2.25 inches wide and 1.75 inches deep approximate. And in good condition.
Item Price : $500.00
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Italian Majolica pair Of Parrots On A Branch http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127026/Antique-Italian-Majolica----Pair-of-Parrots-on-a-Branch---- this is a very charming and unusual italian maiolica âpair of parrots on a branchâ signed in black italy and 3076 on the base. This measures 7 inches tall and 5 inches diameter in the base. This is in good condition
Item Price : $150.00
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Italian Maiolica pair Of Birds On A Branch http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127027/Antique-Italian-Maiolica----Pair-of-Birds-on-a-Branch--- This is a very charming and unusual italian maiolica âpair of birds on a branchâ signed in black italy and 3076 on the base. This measures 7 inches tall and 5 inches diameter in the base. This is in good condition.
Item Price : $150.00
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Large Meissen Saxony Kakiemon Vase http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127028/Antique-Large-Meissen-Saxony-Kakiemon-Vase We have a large and extremely rare âmeissen saxony kakiemon vaseâ based on the same pattern of the one commissioned for the elector of saxony, of early 20th century manufacture with the blue cross swords, of first quality and no strike marks in the trademark. this treasure measures 9.75 inches tall and 4.50 inches wide (at the top) and signed with the cross swords. This is in good condition with a minute chip to the base of little notice. Otherwise in good condition, free of other visible repairs, stains or damage.
Item Price : $500.00
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Meissen blanc De Chine Rococo Style Bowl 19th Century http://www.antiques.com/classified/1127029/Antique-Meissen----Blanc-de-Chine-Rococo-Style-Bowl----19th-century We have an early meissen âblanc de chine rococo style bowlâ 19th century manufacture with the blue cross swords, of first quality and no strike marks in the traditional cross swords . this treasure measures 9 inches diameter and 1.50 inches deep and signed with the cross swords with no strike marks. There are no visible signs of damage or repair.
Item Price : $250.00
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