$495 USD (15 pieces of china) Amazing Like New Condition
Tea set made in the mid-19th century circa 1865 by Haviland & Co, France. Pattern is called "Wedding Ring". Made during an era whereas teapot/sugar pot and creamer are larger than made today due to large families. In all white extremely high quality porcelain decorated with heavy gold, this set is truly magnificent. Included are 15 pieces of china, namely, the following:
Gorgeous majolica oyster plate made by Haviland Limoges, France, measuring 9" (23 cm) in diameter. Near mint to mint condition, it's a pleasure to offer, not even scratches of any type on this beauty, guilt gold perfectly placed around the edges of the 6 wells and pink on the inner wells, with the gold still intact in the lemon center.
Marking: Mark 11, H & Co underglaze initials in green with "L&quo ...click for details
Antique Haviland Limoges french porcelain plate/charger, very well executed in gooseberries and leaves and beautifully scalloped gold rim. 8.5 inches in diameter. Mark 12 circa 1894-1931 but this particular plate is very early. Excellent, near mint condition, no visible flaws at all, or scratches. Beautiful!
This is an extremely rare hand-painted porcelain tankard stein/mug by Tressemann & Vogt (T&V). What makes it even more rare is that it is in virtually NEAR MINT condition.
It has a beautiful hand-painted image of a monk enjoying a glass of wine from a wine barrel; the background color is aqua/blue. There is great detail in the painting, and you can even see the monk's crucifix.
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Art nouveau dresser vanity set made by Limoges Paroutaud Freres, France at the La Seynie factory (Paroutaud had 3 factories, two were in Limoges, one was in La Seynie; all three factories operated from 1903 to 1917).
This 5-piece dresser vanity set (7 pieces total) comes with a 10" by 7 1/2" tray, a ring tree, a candle stick, a hair receiver and a powder jar. ...click for details
For your consideration is a set of beautifully hand decorated and hand painted plates in a very gorgeous porcelain plate shape made by Limoges Coiffe circa 1891-1914. Usually when the plate only has one mark which these two plates do, they were decorated in Limoges, France by professional artists and by looking at these 2 plates, I would say that they are definitely professionally hand painted.
For your consideration is a beautifully scalloped plate by Limoges France made for export to the JL Bradshaw Retail Store (1895-present) in Canada. Plate is pre-1920. Plate depicts gorgeous pink flowers