This is a large and stunningly beautiful, hand painted, in perfect vintage condition and craftsman-produced piece. It was of course imported, and is an Italian Porcelain Capodimonte centerpiece. Made to an exacting standard by European artisans, this piece has stood the test of time. Anyone who appreciates fine world-class porcelain will know exactly what this is at a glance. The gold trim is still vibrant, please see the images.
It would be perfect as a centerpiece in a formal dining room and would certainly add a splash of luxurious ambience at the table. It measures an impressive 18.5 inches tall by approximately 8.5 inches wide at the base.
This is a truly unique find for the teapot lover and collector. I don’t think I’ve ever seen another like this – a type of ironstone construction with enameled spout and inner coupled with a wonderful linear shaping on the outer surface of two reflected flamingoes.
It measures approximately 7 inches high by 8 inches wide at its highest and widest points.
This is a large and truly beautiful, hand painted, majestic, perfect condition and totally craftsman produced piece. It was of course imported – and is an Italian Porcelain Majolica Pheasant. I cannot fully describe how amazingly gorgeous this is. Made to an exacting standard by European artisans – the painting is meticulous, vibrant, organic and quite stunning. I have no real need to say more as anyone who appreciates fine world-class porcelain will know exactly what this is at a glance.
It would be perfect as a centerpiece in a formal dining room and would certainly add a splash of luxurious ambience at the table. It measures an impressive 17 inches tall by 16 inches long.
This a great and whimsical little piece for the teapot collector – signed on the bottom – however unfortunately I can’t find the maker. It is obviously inspired by the Tales of the Arabian Nights as it looks exactly what you’d expect Aladdin’s lamp to look like.
The piece measures approximately 12 inches long by 8 inches tall at its highest and longest points. The material is of a good quality clay decorated with several different colored glazes.
This is a really beautiful piece of porcelain – a renaissance youth playing his Lute by an open wall. It would make a gorgeous centerpiece. It’s Italian, yet obviously in the Spanish Lladro style.
It stands an impressive 14.5 inches high by 11.5 inches across. It’s a heavy yet strangely delicate piece of porcelain art. Please take a good look at the pics and that will show how great a condition it is in.
This is a perfect condition Franz teapot from the Shangri-La Bird of Paradise Collection. I cannot fully describe how amazingly beautiful this is. All pieces are made to an exacting standard AND all are hand painted so no two are ever completely alike.
I have no real need to say more as anyone who appreciates fine world-class porcelain will know exactly what this is. They are becoming scarce as they are being bought as an investment as the price continues to rise.
These are in very limited world supply – this particular design was limited to literally a handful. It is unlikely that you will ever see another like it, incorporating the rich nature flora and fauna design. Teapot is in perfect working order and comes with its original box.
This is a nice Inarco (Japan) pottery – fruit tower on a pedestal. Beautiful condition with a nice piece of provenance on the bottom in the form of a previous owner’s sticker. Approx 12″ tall x 6 1/2″ wide at its widest point.
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