Porcelain & Ceramics

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Late 19th Century Bisque Porcelain Tobacco Jar

Featuring Man’s Best Friend Protecting His Master’s Possessions. $125

Sevres Porcelain Urn Photo 1
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Hand Painted Sévres Porcelain Urn

Hand painted Sévres porcelain urn with ormolu mounts. Late 19th Century. $3350

Doulton Stoneware Photo 1
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Vintage Stoneware Vase by Doulton, Lambeth

Floral design in three panels. Circa 1882. Artist signed: Elizabeth Small. Fully marked and dated on the underside. Beautiful polychrome glaze with just a touch of crystalline formations around the rim. $600

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-Vintage Royal Doulton England Vase

High gloss mottled brown vase with crystalline spots throughout. Silver overlay around shoulders and rim. The “Royal” warrant was added by Doulton in 1901, placing the date of manufacture for this particular vase in the early years of the 20th C. Fully marked on the underside. Decorated by Frank Butler. $275

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Large Decorative Royal Copenhagen Tenera Bowl

This Royal Copenhagen bowl from the Tenera Line is decorated in shades of blue, purple and a warn yellow ochre. The pattern, designed by Berte Jessan Kohle, is her folkloric interpretation of floral motifs in a split quadrant format inside the bowl while the exterior is banded with stylized Gothic arches and floral leaves and buds. The bowl measures 10” in diameter X 4” tall with a 9” diameter opening. $225

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Rare Royal Copenhagen Alumina Naval Officer Ceramic Jug

This charming hand painted little jug by Royal Copenhagen is part of the Alumina line designed by Doreen Middlebrow. It was produced in Copenhagen and dates to 1968. This charming little ceramic fellow has a tri-corner hat that also serves as pouring spouts. The jug measures 5.75” tall X 3.50” in diameter. $175

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Royal Worcester Hand Painted Ginger Colored Tabby Cat

This is the sweetest little hand painted Ginger colored tabby made by Royal Worcester. Made and hand painted in England it was modeled by F.G. Doughty and is titled “Long Haired Cat” as indicated by the stamp inside the form. The piece bears the Royal Worcester stamp and the style number 5615. The piece measures 4” tall X 2.25” wide. $150

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Roseville ”Carnelian" low Vase with double open handles

This beautiful example of the Carnelian style glaze free flows rose into celadon green with a subtle satin matte texture. The piece is #333 as indicated on the bottom in the underglaze. The piece measures 9.5” in diameter (which includes the handles) and is 6” in overall height. $325

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Vintage 1920’s Satsuma Camel Teapot

This is an absolutely charming vintage 1920’s Japanese-made Satsuma camel shaped teapot with a rattan bale handle over gold knobs.The surface of the teapot is divided into quadrants with large decorative floral motifs in bold bright colors with the camels head being the pouring spout. The piece measures 9.5” long X 4” deep X 6” to tip of the top ( 8” to top of the rattan swivel bale handle). And yes, its totally safe to serve tea in! $65

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Meissen Salon Piece Depicting a Cobbler and Singing Meadowlark

This exceptional example of Meissen’s finest work depicts a humble cobbler at his work serenaded by a tiny meadowlark perched high above his head. Every tiny detail is thought out with perfect placement and execution in its painting and finest details. the piece measures 5.5” in diameter X 8.75” high. $800