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DRESDEN Handpainted Eight Panel Bottle Vase - c1890

Dresden – Good Antique Bottle Vase c1890

A rare and beautiful Antique Dresden vase of bottle form resting on a single dry foot rim. Beautifully decorated with eight handpainted panels on alternating black and white grounds contained within profusely gilded scrolling borders. With romantic figural panels to the white grounds and stunning floral sprays to the black grounds. A truly beautiful and genuine Dresden vase bearing Dresden crown and town mark first registered at the RWZR C1883. Possibly decorated by Helena Wolfsohn.

Derby Porcelain – 18thC Figure of a Seated Gentleman c1770

A fine early Derby Porcelain figure of a seated gentleman in classical period costume. Seated with knee crossed on an upholstered chair with hand outstretched holding a floral spray. - Resting on a floral encrusted openwork base - Gilt embellishments to naturalistic base - Derby incised N.314 to the base A fine imposing Derby figure well modelled, seated in a wonderful confident pose with presence and excellent colour.
Royal Copenhagen Geese figurine - P Herold 1918

ROYAL COPENHAGEN – Large Geese Figure – Herold 1918

ROYAL COPENHAGEN figurine depicting a lovely happy pair of Geese by Designer Peter Herold - 1918 A beautiful large Royal Copenhagen figurine depicting a pair of, probably, mating geese raised above a naturalistic base. The base bearing underglaze signature mark 'Herold - 1918' for designer Peter Herold. Offered in Excellent Condition Designed by Peter Herold c1919. This piece dating to c1937.

GUANDI Chinese Tomb Figure – 16thC. Wanli

A stunning Chinese polychrome pottery tomb figure of Guandi. - The Grim Faced God of War. Circa 16th Century Ming Dynasty, Wanli Period (1573-1620). In seated pose, wearing armour and robes with turquoise, aubergine and mustard detail. The head unglazed in typical fashion. The expression...... absolutely perfect. Tradition states that Guandi brings luck and prosperity to your household

Matched Pair of Paris Porcelain Vases by Bourdoir & Bloch c1890

A matched pair of Paris Porcelain twin handled vases with covers, by Bourdoir and Bloch In the style of Sevres porcelain pieces from c1770 and featuring painted scenes after oil paintings of the French court painter Antoinne Watteau. The Bourdoir and Bloch factory was founded around 1820 and specialised in producing fine quality porcelain in the style of famous 18th century factories This very impressive pair of Paris Porcelain vases are offered in excellent condition.

Magnificent Minton Art Nouveau Plaque – c1876

Signed - Victoria Levin 1876 A magnificent Mintons Art Nouveau wall plaque of significant proportion; being 57cm in diameter and of dished form set in a contemporary ornate gilt frame with scrolled leafwork border. This superb handpainted artwork depicts a young maiden in demure pose, standing beside an orange tree with pedestal mounted globe behind; on marble patio steps against a Mediterranean seascape backdrop.
  • The plaque signed and dated at lower left 'Victoria Levin 1876'.
  • Minton Impressed Marks for c1876
  • Professionally framed with anti stress fixings
Offered in excellent condition, complete with frame and bearing requisite Mintons impressed marks.

Karlsbad – Carl Knoll Gilt & Ivory Ewer Vase – c1900

A stunning antique porcelain vase in the form of an ewer with cylindrical neck rising above a bulbous body resting on a raised foot rim. Superbly decorated with gilded branchwork supporting gilded blooms with a beautifully handpainted songbird resting on one branch. The neck base, decorated with a band of incised ornate geometric patterns with beadwork and gilt borders on rich red and cream. All on a gorgeous soft ivory ground. The handle of ornate almost musical form with interlinked scrollwork. Bearing printed and impressed marks for Karlsbad Porcelain Factory. Karl Knoll - Rybáre, Czechia (Fischern, Bohemia, Austria)  
ART DECO - Pair Bronze Gilt Deer with Foal on Marble - c1920s

ART DECO – A Pair of Bronze Gilt Deer with Foal – c1920s

A gorgeous pair of Art Deco Bronze gilt figures depicting a Deer or Oryx with her foal at foot, amidst stylised green foliage. Both mounted on a rectangular marble plinth of deep chocolate brown with cream striations that compliment the figures well. Stunning if displayed on their own or suitable as bookends or as clock garnitures. A truly stunning art deco matched pair.
Hallmarked Sterling Silver Salver - Assayed London c1920

Hallmarked Sterling Silver Salver – (56oz) c1920

A large hallmarked sterling silver salver or tray in the Georgian style. Wm Lister & Sons Assayed London 1920. The salver features a raised & fluted pie crust rim and stands square on four hoof feet.
  • Full hallmarks to the reverse:
  • WL & SNS for W Lister & Sons;
  • Lion Passant, Leopards Head
  • Date letter 'e' for 1920.
Excellent condition. No dings or dents. Light surface wear commensurate with age & use.

Set of 8 Named Royal Doulton Piscatorial Cabinet Plates – c1928

A rare set of finely painted Royal Doulton cabinet plates Each plate depicting a finely painted pair of fish among water weed. Including Bream, Carp, Grayling, Haddock, Roach, Shard, Salmon & Trout All on a yellow ground within a fine gilt rim band; with a further gilt band to the base rim. All artwork is signed by either C.Hart or C Holloway and bear Robert Allen studio marks for c1927 or c1928. Offered in excellent condition, finely executed on a beautiful soft yellow ground; with superb colour and excellent detail.

Wedgwood Majolica Tazza – c1863

£425.00 £375.00
A beautiful Wedgwood Majolica Tazza raised above the entwined tails of three dolphins and set on a triangular base. The stunning Tortoiseshell Glazed Scallop or Clam shell platform in deep green, brown and yellow. The underside decorated in typical cream and mottled browns
  • Wedgwood impressed marks dating this piece to c1863.
  • Stamped 'Wedgwood' and with impressed 3 letter date code of 'AXR'

OPALINE GLASS – Handpainted Victorian Vase c1880

£140.00 £85.00
A lovely and unusual hand-blown and hand-painted Victorian opaline glass vase of baluster form on a single raised foot, with extended flared neck rising to a straight cut rim. Beautifully decorated with a large floral group in gorgeous pinks, yellows, blues, whites and greens on a graduated blue/green gorund. The blooms and edges in raised enamels. The whole resting on a spreading hollow foot. The glass showing a warm red glow when a light is viewed through the glass. Dating to c1880 probably by Stourbridge Glassworks