• Pair 18th century Worcester “Blind Earl”, 7 ½” plates, c.1775.  One very good condition, one with old staple repair.
  • German hand painted oval porcelain inlaid in sterling hand mirror.  Young beauty in elaborate hat, all nicely painted. Gilt silver ornate reppousse frame, an unusual hand mirror.  7 ¾” L x 3” W, c.1900, marked sterling .925 fine with a crown above. Mirror is distressed otherwise excellent condition.
  • Unusual J. Pouyat limoges artist signed hand painted figural cabinet plate.  Seated full figured nude young woman in detailed landscape. Well painted with good detail, artist signed L.R. “CABILLOU”, cobalt border with floral, and heavy gilt trim,  9 ½” dia, c.1900. Double marked y “J. Pouyat” indicating it was potted and painted as well at the factory. Plate is in very good condition and is unusual in its subject matter, as limoges is seldom found with nudes painted on them.
  • Wedgwood jasperware crimson dip heart shaped tray.  Classical figures in center with rose border, impressed Wedgwood made in England,  c.1940-50, 4 ¾” W, very good condition.
  • Unusual pair of Old Paris mantle garnitures.  Standing figures of man and woman mounted to separate base, with vases mounted beside the figures, a very unique, and successful arrangement, 17 ½” H x 12 ½” W, c.1860.  Well modeled, and painted with good detail, flake on women's cuff, and repair to man's hand, overall very good condition.  
  • Wedgwood jasperware crimson dip pitcher, classical figures with laurel leave border, c.1920, very good condition, 3 1/2:” H.  
  • Royal Bayreuth 3 color rose tapestry dresser tray, as pictured in “Royal Bayreuth”, A Collectors Guide by Mary J. McCaslin page 98, item  #1169, white and yellow rose center, with pink rose border, 11” W x 8” D, very good condition, blue mark, c.1910.
  • Wedgwood jasperware crimson dip covered match box, classical figures with rose border.  C.1940, very good condition, impressed Wedgwood made in England, 3 ¾” W.  
  • Wedgwood majolica 4 pcs strawberry set.  Covered powder sugar bowl, with creamer, and matching tray.  Having realistic strawberry, leaves, blossoms and fruit adorning the bodies.  Impressed wedgwood on bottom, c.1895, 8” W x 10 ¼” D, and very good condition.
  • Rare 19th century Wedgwood 3 color jasperware round zodiac covered box.  Mustard yellow with blue classical figures and signs of the zodiac around rim, white trim.  A very effective color combination, and one that is not often seen. Box is 3 ½” diameter and is in very good condition, crazing to legs of figures on top (in the making), c.1880, impressed WEDGWOOD only.
  • Herend “Queen Victoria” handled tureen with lemon finial.  11 ½” wide across the handles, 8 ½” H with cover, 5” H at rim without cover, 8” diameter at rim.  Excellent condition, gold rim Blue underglaze Herend mark.
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    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.