A lovely set for display.
It is signed along the back.
Has some crazing on face.
One is a flat plate, the other is a bit more raised for sauce.
The rim is wave edged and the faience glaze is white with a slight hint of warmth from the pottery beneath. The style is most suggestive of a Nevers origin. French 18th Century Faience Plate.
A monumental piece of antique French Faience. An asparagus server with two joined sections: the top with holes for the asparagus to drain into the bottom platter all made into a one piece beauty. Beautifully decorated with flowers, butterflies and bees. Pretty little handles on each end. Length 14 1/2 […]
This Dutch or French delft lamp has simple floral decoration on a double gourd form. The body is probably 19th century but could be earlier. One of the burners on the lamp is not working. Condition: One lamp burner is not working and needs to be replaced.
Painted with a central roundel with a building in a waterside type scene. The rim is wave edged and the faience glaze is white with a slight hint of warmth. Marked to the reverse with a stylised’W’.
It is otherwise good. This has all been photographed for you to view.
Made by the Sarreguemines majolica plant in the east of France. The rim is hand scrolled painted.