• Wedgwood crimson color jasperware syrup jug with pewter lid.  Classical figures with grape wine border, very good condition, c.1920, impressed Wedgwood England, 5” H.
  • Fine Royal Vienna portrait plate of “Cleopatra” artist signed “Wagner” 9 ¾” dia.  Border is decorated in high relief gold and platinum clover blossoms, thistle, leaves, and floral buds, on a iridescent mint green, and burgundy border.  Central panel is sensitively painted with the beautiful “Cleopatra” in full jewelry and attire, artist signed L.R. Wagner.  A fine example, blue beehive mark, excellent condition.
  • Wedgwood Franconia Notch [New Hampshire] jasperware lilac dip covered match box.  Profile of man of the mountain on cover with rose border, bottom has classical panels on ends, and daisies on front and back, 3 ¾” W, impressed Wedgwood England, c.1920, very good condition.
  • Important set of 12 Minton Pate sur Pate service plates, artist signed A. Birks - Alboin Birks, [c.1862-1940] and retailed by Davis Collamore & Co Ltd.   Heavy gold decoration covers the area between the pate sur pate panels, most every panel is artist signed A.B. or A Birks, depicting 3 highly detailed classical scenes of recumbent women with cherubs, on a turquoise ground.  Impressed Minton mark, with 1925 date mark, and Minton orb mark in gold, with Davis Collamore & Co Ltd mark painted below, gold applied to rim of foot, all in excellent condition, 10 ¼” dia. A stunning an hard to find set of 12.  
  • 19th century Meissen grouping of musical couple with a pug.  Both figures seated on a settee, woman playing a mandolin, the man plays a flute, as a pug plays between them.  Blue crossed swords w/ pommels on bottom, c.1864-1900, originally modeled by J.J. Kandler in 1743, overall good condition with typical minor losses that include, end of flute, pinky, hair ribbon, 5 7/8" H x 9 1/4" W x 5 1/4" D.
  • 19th century Staffordshire figure of standing elephant, 9 ½” H x 11 ½” W.  Realistic painting of color, and hide. Good condition with light abrasions to body and firing crack to underside base - [in the making] .