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A Superb Doccia Style Vase
19th.Century.

A superb Continental hard paste porcelain vase made in the style of 18th.Century Italian Doccia factory.  Extensively moulded with classical figures in exceptionally high relief with a lot of the detail applied to the moulding,  The moulded decoration intricately painted in polychrome enamels. The inner rim is decorated with a gilt and black enamel border.  The vase stands 19cm. (7.5inches) high. The base is marked. with the underglaze blue crowned 'N' mark of the Naples factory

Condition

There is no damage to the vase other than the handle of the sword on the hip of the figure in picture three is missing. I can find no other damage or restoration.
  

Item C0001     395.00

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A Berlin Porcelain Cabinet Plate
c.1860-80

A very well painted cabinet plate made at the Berlin factory in the second half of the 19th.Century.  Painted in polychrome enamels with a ornithological subject of two colourful birds perched in a tree. The cavetto painted with insects. The rim of the plate pierced with overlapping gothic arches highlighted in gilding. Marked with underglaze blue Berlin mark and impressed/incised marks  Measures 23.8cm. (inches) diameter.

 

Condition

Very good.  No chips, cracks or repairs.  Very slight gilding wear only.
 
 

Item C0002       Sold

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A Continental Coffee Can c.1810.

A well painted coffee can, probably made at one of the Paris hard paste porcelain factories in the early 19th. century. It could also possibly be Italian of a similar date. Nicely painted and inscribed;  S. Mag: Dalena:  (St. Magdalena)

Condition

Very good, no damage and very little wear.

Item C0003 75.00

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A Samson Armorial Teapot.
c.1880.

An very attractive late 19th.Century Worcester/Chinese export styled teapot made at the Samson factory in France. Decorated in underglaze blue, polychrome enamels and gilding with flowers sprays and a coat of arms with the motto 'Sola Virtus Invicta '. The base marked with one of the known Samson factory marks in red enamel. The pot measures 19cm. (7.5inches) from spout to handle and 14.5cm. (5.7 inches) high.
Condition

Very good, only very minor wear to the decoration.  No chips, cracks or repairs.

 

 

Item C0004        Sold

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