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This beautiful Ricco Deruta design on the Full Design Pasta/Soup Bowl Set of 4, is an interpretation of an original 16th century pattern. It has been Biordi’s undisputed best selling Italian pottery and Maiolica for the past 60 years.
This beautiful Ricco Deruta design on the Full Design Dinner Plate is an interpretation of an original 16th century pattern. It has been Biordi’s undisputed best selling Italian dinnerware and Maiolica for the past 60 years.
The pasta/soup bowl is rich, subtle, and elegant, Antico Deruta dinnerware is characterized by a light gray glaze and a deep blue patterning. Within it, one may easily recognize the classic similarities between the Antico and Ricco designs.
Stunning set of 12 English Royal Crown Derby serving plates or bread plates in the Imari pattern. Maker’s mark on underside
This black and dark red dinnerware Plate with Full Design – set of 4 – from Biordi features the figure of a sitting deer. This classic and elegant pattern on this Italian pottery is a reproduction from a 13th century marble inlay found on the floor of the breathtaking Siena Cathedral.
This design on the Pasta/ Soup Plate was inspired by the Japanese Imari style.
A rather Rare set of 10 matching Staffordshire transfer ware plates produces by T. Till and son between 1850-1861. They have a lovely scene of a romanticized view of the Royal Lodge, which stood in Windsor Great Park. They would make a lovely addition to a Staffordshire collection or would be wonderful to eat off of as my family did.
This is a vintage Large Ralph Lauren blue and white chintz platter in the “Morning Garden” pattern. This is a fantastic platter and would look great with your mix and match serve ware, especially blue and white. This is a classic look and in excellent condition. The dimensions are aprox. 11.25 X 15.5 X 1 inches
This is a set of hand painted porcelain plates made by the Richard Ginori in Italy. These are small plates that can be used for snacks, salads, desserts, tapas etc. These each have a brightly colored outer boarder with a center piece covered in a small bouquet of flowers. They are in very good vintage condition with little rubbing wear. The colors are incredibly vibrant and fun. They would be great mixed in with other beautiful patterns of serve-ware to create a romantic bohemian collection. Richard Ginori porcelain is very high quality, who produces exclusively for Italy’s Gucci. Perfect for your entertaining any season dinnerware!
Contrade Italian Dinnerware is available in all 17 District Designs and each design is available in eight different products. The Shell (Nicchio), for centuries has represented the “Rione del Nicchio” during the Palio horse race. “Rione” stands for Neighborhood. The Contrade Italian Ceramics are handcrafted in Siena, Italy.” Nicchio is situated in the far eastern corner of the city. Traditionally, its residents worked as potters. Nicchio’s symbol is a crowned scallop shell flanked by two branches of coral. Its colours are blue, with yellow and red trim. Nicchio is one of only four nobile (noble) contrade; it earned its title for bravery shown during the Battle of Montaperti against Florence in 1260, when its soldiers led the attack. Nicchio’s allies are Bruco, Onda and Tartuca. Its rival is Valdimontone (since 1952). Build your kitchen set today with this Shell Dinner Plate.
Small pair of antique spode tureens made in England circa 1810. These have wonder old staple repairs.
Hallmarked with a crown and “BP” emblem & “Württemberg Germany” on the reverse. Baden-Württemberg is a state in southwest Germany bordering France and Switzerland. B & P stand for Bauer, & Pfeiffer who’s small business started in 1904 until 1918. Minor wear to the underside but ultimately in fantastic condition.
A beautiful antique 18th-Century Dutch Delft faience chinoiserie plate. This lovely plate has a hand painted flower, fence, tree, and floral border in cobalt blue and white with a yellow gold rim. It would be wonderful added to a collection, displayed on a wall or in a cabinet.
et of four English blue-and-white transferware dinner plates in the Fountain pattern, circa 1830. Maker’s mark on underside. Light wear, crazing on two plates.
French Majolica oyster plate with flowers signed Longchamp, circa 1900.
For the love of Pansies! These floral plates are adorable. Would make a nice appearance in a cottage or rustic mountain house. Glaze offers a crackle finish. 2 notable flaws: chips on 2 plates, see last photo. Didn’t notice until inspection for this listing
We love the mix n’match new take on service-ware ….. and this one checks every box, with every color! This is a set of four enameled tin plates in the beautiful Tobacco Leaf pattern, These plates are a fun and beautiful way to bring so much color and incredible design to a casual table scape! The pattern was adapted from a late 18th-, early 19th century Chinese Vase. The original beaker-shaped vase was made in China for the European market.
Tobacco Leaf is one of the most prized of Chinese Export patterns and was developed circa 1780. Examples have also been found in South America, Europe and North America. The design shows the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant with a small phoenix perching. (Hate tobacco, but the leaves are great)!
These plates should be hand washed and dried immediately. The dimensions is 10 inches.
Four hand-painted Asian porcelain bowls in polished brass surrounds. There are four different designs which include flowers, fruit, fish, coins and ribbon decoration. Three have been finished in white glaze, one in pink glaze. Red stamps on undersides of 3 bowls. These bowls are made in Japan, China and Hong Kong and dated to late 20th century. Three measure 7.6″W x 7.6″D x 1.6″H; one measures 7.1″W x 7.1″D x 1.6″H. Good condition, with minor age to glaze, there is a dent in the brass on one bowlowls, Set of 4
A pair of cobalt blue, Jasperware candlesticks by Wedgwood. Circa 1840-1900, England.
Italian Majolica covered bowl in the shape of an eggplant with cabbage leaf designed plate. Marked, “Vietri” and “Made in Italy.” Plate: 7″ Dia x .75″ H; Eggplant: 7″ L x 4” W x 5″ H. Light age.
Retro with a modern twist, the Mindala glasses are 8-10 ounces. handmade, semi-transparent, and created utilizing a pineapple mold technique. With an added “foot” on the bottom of the glass for weight and esthetic, these glasses are great for juice, cocktails or on the rocks.
Dimensions: 3.35″ x 3.25″ w (1/8″ tolerance); Volume – 8-10 oz.
Set of 6 Mindala Glasses – 2 x Pink Lemonade, 2 x Pomegranate, 2 x Black Cherry.
Antique hand-blown English Victorian stems. Slight color variations due to the nature in which they are made. No maker’s mark. Light wear.
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