Porcelain and Pottery
A circa 1870s Zsolnay charger, 15 inches. It has beautiful hand enameling and gilding in a Persian pattern. One of the best Hungarian porcelain manufacturers. Marked with an early Zsolnay mark and the impressed letter Z.W. PEC and the number 71, making this an early piece in the factory’s production.
A Griffen, Smith and Hill, Etruscan, late 19th century, Shell and Seaweed bowl. Marked on the bottom as shown. The bowl is approximately 9 inches wide and 3 and 3/4 inches high. In excellent condition with minor crazing on the pink interior. The very best of American Majolica.
Nineteenth century Staffordshire pitcher in charming cottage form. Perfect condition, large rare size.
Nice example of Gaudy Welsh pottery with painted and molded design and a serpent handle from the mid-19th century. The pitcher has paneled sides with molded floral designs and painted designs of cobalt and Chinese red on the body and handle. The handle is a white glaze serpent shape; often these are painted green, so a white…read more
A Villeroy and Boch Art Deco Green and White Ceramic Tray with Brass Mounts. 14 inches in diameter without the handles. The ceramic is in excellent condition, with expected ware to the brass. Marked on the back Villeroy and Boch Oresoen.
A 19th Century Sometsuke Blue and White Charger. 12 inches. In excellent condition.
An English W. Adams and Sons mulberry transferware platter in the Jaddo pattern. Very large size, 18 inches x 14 inches. In excellent condition.
A 10 inch transferware plate. Impressed Wedgwood mark on the back. Circa 1915. Image of the Albany Academy for Boys in Albany, NY. Excellent condition
This is such a pretty pattern on this Staffordshire ironstone platter, dating to the 1870s. Deep pink, blues and browns with flowers and a variety of baskets and cornucopias. The platter measures 16 inches and is in great shape. No maker’s mark on the reverse, but it is definitely English Staffordshire.
A beautiful yellow and green hand-thrown, drip-glazed pottery vase with twist handles. Marked on bottom “Williamsburg Hand-Made Pottery.” Probably produced in the 1940’s era. Excellent condition. Seven inches tall.
This is a wonderful brown transfer Aesthetic pattern rectangular pattern, in the Chinese Plant pattern by the Staffordshire potter JF Wileman-see photo of the mark. The piece dates to the 1880s. The platter measures 16″ in length and 12″ in width and is in very good condition. There is no crazing, chips or cracks; there…read more
This is a lovely piece of early Japanese Awaji Pottery, c. 1920. The vase has a wonderful dark green glaze and is wrapped with a brass basket weave overlay. The vase is in great condition; there are some flakes on the bottom of the vase, but are not visible. The brass overlay is in great…read more
A hand painted porcelain tea set. Covered tea pot, covered sugar, creamer, and two cups and saucers. Painted with a green leaf and vine pattern with copper luster accents. All in excellent condition.
A Limoges Hand Painted footed punch bowl with cherries painted inside and outside of the bowl and scrolled gilded edges. Signed by the artist and dated 1910. 10 inches in diameter and 5 inches high. In excellent condition.
An early 19th century Royal Vienna Coffee or chocolate pot and an open sugar bowl. Th Pot is 8 inches tall. The sugar bowl is 4 inches tall. Both in excellent condition. Both marked on bottom with shield mark and pattern number.
An Adams and company Majolica lotus plate produced circa 1860s. Impressed mark on the reverse. Excellent condition. 11 inches wide.
4 Wedgwood Majolica leaf plates. Buy one or all. These were produced circa 1860. All are in excellent condition. 9 inches in diameter. They are each $30.
A nine inch Majolica plate in a lotus design manufactured by Wasmuël in Belgium around the end of the 19th century. In very good condition, with a small chip on the underside foot of the plate. Signed with the artist’s mark on the reverse.
A beautiful Chinese porcelain celedon covered bowl. The bowl is eight inches in diameter and six inches tall. Excellent condition.
A beautiful creamware 18th Century Chinese Export Coffee Pot with an old tin make-do lid. The lid looks to have a pewter finial. The pot is 9 inches tall and 9 inches from handle to spout. The bottom is about 4 1/2 inches in diameter. It is monogrammed and has a hand-painted grape and leaf…read more
A Meissen hand painted shallow floral bowl. Nine inches in diameter. No damage. Cross swords mark as shown.
This is a lovely set of 4 Limoges white oyster plates with gilt trim. The plates have scalloped design. All four plates are in excellent condition and are marked with the green Limoges France mark that dates the pieces to the early 20th century. There is also a retailer’s mark that is unidentified. Price is…read more
A Roseville Art Deco bud vase. Excellent condition.
A Roseville Bushberry Console Bowl. Excellent condition.
An early 19th century Staffordshire Brown and white Transferware platter. 14 inches by 13 inches. Unmarked. In excellent condition.
A pair of Moorcroft candle sticks in the hibiscus Pattern. Marked on bottom and also have the original old label.
A Weller Louwelsa jardiniere with poppies. 8 inches in diameter and 7 inches tall. Excellent condition.
Set of theee Blu de Roi platters with blue bands and a gilded edge. The largest is 16 inches, middle is 14 inches, smallest is 19 inches. Sold as a group.
A 19th century mulberry Transferware teapot with a dragon handle. 10 inches tall and 10 inches from handle to spout.
A set of 12, eight inch Majolica salad plates with a leaf and branch design. All in great condition.