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Item #: 10516

Luneville France porcelain apothecary jars c1890

RARE Luneville France pair of deep cobalt blue porcelain apothecary jars circa 1890. Each is 9.25 inches high x 5.25 inches wide at the lid, 4.5 inches wide at the sides. One jar has a slight rim chip, and there is some wear to the 24k gold banding on both.


$495

Item #: 10501

Rosenthal bisque horse Albert Hinrick Hussman 1957

Rosenthal bisque porcelain horse designed by Albert Hinrick Hussman in 1957. Perfect condition. Measures 7.5 inches high by 2.25 inches wide by 4.5 inches long.


$350

Item #: 10462

Chinese display cabinet for porcelains c1900

Antique Chinese display cabinet circa 1900. Excellent original condition. Measures 70.5 inches tall, 28 inches deep and 36 inches wide. Black exterior with simple gold line highlights, brilliant red interior. There is a single fixed shelf set 27.5 inches from the bottom leaving a 29 inches top distance. Two lights were added later. Fabulous for displaying large pieces of porcelain, sculpture, dolls, etc. The extra shelf seen in the photograph was set on a pair of brackets and is not part of the cabinet's structure. This is a very strong and sturdy cabinet. Purchased in the 1950's from a NYC Chinese porcelain dealer.


$1600

Item #: 10439

Bisque porcelain lamps shepherd and shepherdess

Bisque porcelain pair of vanity lamps. Shepherd and shepherdess with a lamb. New silk shades and vintage tiered pierced brass mounts. Measures 20 inches to the top of their finials, 8 inches top of figures, 7.5 x 6 inch bases with 8 x 12 inches shades. Excellent working condition, fine detail.


$550

Item #: 10363

Vintage Chinese export porcelain lamp on bronze base

Vintage Chinese export porcelain lamp on bronze lotus petal base. Perfect condition. Measures 28.75" H to finial; vase is 13" H x 4.5" wide; base is 6.5" wide.


$490

Item #: 10321

Pair of 19th c Satsuma porcelain lamps

Pair of very fine 19th century Japanese Satsuma porcelain lamps. Museum quality. Each lamp measures 24 inches high to the top of the shade, 16 inches high to the top of the vase, and has a new 16 x 16 x 12 inches silk shade. Excellent condition and beautifully mounted, in perfect working order.


$1800

Item #: 10246

Pair of E Samson porcelain lamps

Pair of antique Edme Samson (Paris and St. Denis) porcelain table lamps. Made in France circa 1870. Each lamp measures 27.5 inches to top of finial, 14.5 inches high to top of vase, 4.5 x 5.75 inch base with a 144 x 14 inch silk shade. Excellent working condition with like new shades.


$1950

Item #: 9830

Yasha Heifetz Mid Century Modern porcelain lamp

Yasha Heifetz Mid Century Modern white porcelain lamp in fine original condition. Measures 28 inches high to the top of the shade, 15 inches high to the top of the lamp base, and 6 inches across the base. Simple elegance.


$675

Item #: 9780

Important Chinese Ceramics J M Hu Collection Sothebys 1985

Important Chinese Ceramics from the J. M. Hu Family Collection, Sotheby's New York, June 4, 1985 sale. Hardcover catalogue with dust jacket in pristine condition.


$155

Item #: 9594

Pictures of Early New York on Dark Blue Staffordshire Pottery book

Rare first edition reference book, "Pictures of Early New York on Dark Blue Staffordshire Pottery" by R. T. Haines Halesey, 1899. Printed inside: "Of this book there have been printed two hundred and sixty-eight copies on hand-made paper and thirty copies on imperial paper." Copyright, 1899, by Dodd, Mead and Company. Some pencil notes from a prior owner, but other wise this book is in very good condition with covers moderately rubbed and corners bumped. Measures 11.5 x 8.5 x 2.25 inches.


$750

Item #: 9574

Pair of F Kessler porcelain figural lamps c1950

Pair of F Kessler porcelain figural lamps c1950. Each lamps measures 25.5 inches to top of their shades, figures measure 15 inches. Excellent condition with new shades. Wonderful solid brass mounts.


$750

Item #: 9366

Antique J Pouyat Limoges porcelain bowl

Antique J. Pouyat Limoges porcelain bowl #7722, hallmarked 1891-1932. The bowl measures 13.25 inches across the rim and 5.5 inches high. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs.


$285

Item #: 9329

Original Set of 8 antique Wedgwood porcelain fruit plates

Set of 8 antique Wedgwood porcelain china fruit plates, hand painted, octagonal shape, 9 inches in diameter. England, 1891 to 1910. Excellent condition.


$295

Item #: 9295

Modern Japanese studio pottery vase

Modern Japanese studio pottery vase with ribbed surface in a rich turquoise drip glaze. Excellent condition, signed on base. Measures 10.5 inches high.


$245

Item #: 9166

Davenport Longport Staffordshire Cyprus ironstone platter c1850

Antique Davenport Longport Staffordshire Cyprus black and white ironstone platter c1850. Very good original condition. Measures 18 x 14 inches.


$475

Item #: 9004

Royal Bavarian Hutschenreutner pair scenic porcelain plates

Vintage pair of hand painted Royal Bavarian Hutschenreutner scenic porcelain plates, signed P. O. B., with 24K gold edges. Each plate measures 10 .75 inches and is in excellent condition. Circa 1930.


$400

Item #: 8958

8 Limoges porcelain oyster serving plates Charles J Ahrenfeldt c1900

Vintage set of eight Limoges porcelain oyster serving plates made by Charles J Ahrenfeldt c1894-1930, and retailed by Davis Collamore and Co Ltd. Fifth Ave and 37th ST New York New York. Each plate measures 8 3/4 inches and has 24k yellow gold accents, and is in excellent condition. “Charles J. Ahrenfeldt was born in 1856. He carried on the porcelain business established by his father, Charles Ahrenfeldt, and began producing porcelain about 1894. During the late 1890s, the company carried on an extensive export trade. White ware and decorated table china were the principal articles manufactured. Davis Collamore & Co. was a high-end New York City importer of porcelain and glass, headed by Davis Collamore (7 October 1820 — 13 August 1887. The firm, rivals to Tiffany & Co. and Black Starr & Frost, commissioned designs from Copeland Spode and Thomas Minton Sons, that featured hand-painted details over transfer-printed outlines and often rich gilding. Porcelain by Haviland, Royal Worcester, and Villeroy & Boch also appear with the firm's stamped underglaze marks integrated with the manufacturer's. Davis Collamore was among the first to recognize the beauty and value of American-made cut glass and also offered Rookwood Pottery,for which they were the representatives at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1889. Davis Collamore, born in Scituate, Massachusetts to a family that had been settled there since 1639, was the youngest of twelve children. At the age of sixteen he moved to New York City to be employed by his brother Ebenezer, an importer of glass and china, at 171 Broadway, with a residence near St. John's Park. In 1842 he established his own business, at 595 Broadway. His brother Gilman Collamore (1834—1888) came to join him in 1854. Gilman established his own business in 1861. Gilman Collamore & Co., in premises at 731 Broadway in 1861, then occupied premises in Union Square before taking two storiess of showrooms in The Wilbraham, a fashionable block of bachelor flats at Fifth Avenue and 30th Street, that opened in 1890; about 1920 new premises were constructed for the firm at 15 East 56th Street. Davis Collamore & Co.'s premises also matched the moves uptown of fashionable New Yorkers. An ad for tea and dinner services advertised from the firm's early premises, at 479 Broadway, just below Broome Street, appeared in Harper's Weekly, 25 April 1863. Retail shops were opened at Broadway and 21st Street, then on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and 37th Street, and then, in 1911, at 48th and Fifth Avenue and finally at 7 and 9 East 52nd Street. There was a branch at the fashionable resort of Newport, Rhode Island.


$1250

Item #: 8704

George Phillips Staffordshire ironstone Verona platter

Original George Phillips (operating 1834-1848), Longport, Staffordshire ironstone platter in the blue and white Verona pattern, circa 1840. Measures 15 x 18 x 1.5 inches. No chips or repairs. One small stain upper right. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.


$575

Item #: 7664

Kyoto Satsuma porcelain pedestal dish

Japanese Meiji period Kyoto Satsuma porcelain pedestal dish or compote. Hand painted decoration centers on a falcon perched amidst peonies, chrysanthemums, and bamboo, all richly accented in pure gold. Measures 8.75 inches across and 5.25 inches high. Perfect condition. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.


$550

Item #: 7397

English brass walking stick cap with porcelain dog insert c1800

RARE English brass walking stick cap with porcelain dog insert circa 1800. The porcelain insert depicts an amusing "gentleman hound" with hat, spectacles and a book in his paw. It is mounted to the cast brass cap and secured with a bronze lion headed fastener. The cap measures 2.75 inches across outside, is 1.5 inches high and has 1 and 7/8 inches cut-out for the walking stick pommel.


$465

Item #: 5869

Ten Haviland and company L limoges floral painted plates 1888 to 1896

Ten Haviland and Company L mark set of 11 Limoges floral painted plates c1888 to 1896. This antique set of ten Limoges plates were each hand painted with a different flower design. They measure 8 and one half inches each. There is minor gold leaf loss on the side edges of some of the plates, but no cracks, chips, repairs or breaks. The painting on all the plates is in excellent condition.


$575

Item #: 5377

Limoges porcelain consomme cups and saucers

Set of 7 Limoges bouillon or consomme soup cups and 7 saucers. Some pieces bear different Limoges makers' marks, but all are the same exact form and pattern. Each cup measures 5 inches handle to handle and 3.5 inches across the cup. The saucers are 6 inches across. Excellent condition, circa 1890 to 1900.


$250

Item #: 5002

Staffordshire mulberry ironstone Gothic panel sugar pot c1850

Staffordshire mulberry ironstone Gothic panel lidded sugar pot c1850. This pot or jar is transfer printed with pagodas, peacocks, bamboo and peonies and is in excellent condition. Dark purple on milk white. Measures 8 and one half inches high with lid, 6 inches without.


$425

Item #: 4515

Antique porcelain lovers in a bower c1900

Antique white porcelain figure group of lovers in a bower circa 1900, unmarked. Beautifully modeled graceful figures. Excellent condition, just one tip of one leaf on the reverse side at lower right is gone. Measures 8.5 inches high x 7 inches wide x 5 inches deep.


$550

Item #: 4415

R S Prussia porcelain bowl with tapestry texture

R. S. Prussia porcelain oval serving bowl in a hand painted floral design with a tapestry surface texture. It measures 13.5 inches across. Excellent condition. Founded by Reinhold Schlegelmilch in what is now Suhl, Germany, R.S. Prussia produced ornate and floral porcelain objects for export beginning in the late 1800s. Between the world wars, the company manufactured pieces in a factory in Tillowitz, Germany.


$375

Item #: 4407

R S Prussia porcelain vase with poppies

R. S. Prussia porcelain vase hand painted with pink poppies on a cream to green ground. Elaborate gilt handles at the shoulders. It measures 10 inches high. Excellent condition. Founded by Reinhold Schlegelmilch in what is now Suhl, Germany, R.S. Prussia produced ornate and floral porcelain objects for export beginning in the late 1800s. Between the world wars, the company manufactured pieces in a factory in Tillowitz, Germany.


$350

Item #: 4406

Royal Bonn porcelain ewer c1900

Royal Bonn porcelain pitcher or ewer. Pastel florals on a mauve and cream ground with gilt scroll accents. Measures 8.5 inches high. Excellent condition. Royal Bonn (German, founded 1836) Royal Bonn ceramics was begun in 1836 by the 19th century potter and artist Franz Anton Mehlem. In 1890 both 'Royal' and '1755' were added to the pottery mark and were used continuously until 1920. In 1921, Royal Bonn was purchased by Villeroy & Boch, and subsequently closed in 1931.


$145

Item #: 2112

Limoges pair Empire style porcelain urns

Antique pair of Limoges Empire style porcelain urns. At one time the urns were mounted as lamps. Each vase retains its original 24K gold leaf, which is in superb condition. These elegant vases measure 18.5 inches high. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.


$2200

Item #: 1696

Royal Vienna Porcelain Pedestal Tureen c1812

Impressive antique Royal Vienna porcelain pedestal tureen. It measures 15 inches across at the base and 18 inches high. Its hallmark was used between 1812 and 1818. It is in excellent original condition, including the lovely hand painted blue and green floral vine decoration and gold leaf embellishments.


$1675



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Item #: 4464

Capo Dimonte porcelain woman

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Item #: 621

Antique Royal Bayreuth china cream pitcher

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Item #: 288

Pair of Antique Japanese Satsuma Vases

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