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Both hands grasp the unusual fluted instrument which he plays with a stylish hat on his head and a fur pelt wrapped around his body and hanging down (note the head to the left below the bag that hangs from his waist).The facial detail in particular and everything else about this piece indicates the high quality used by the best European manufacturers at the turn of the century.Limoges, Staffordshire, Minton, Meissen, Hall, Noritake, Nippon, Syracuse, Sevres, Royal Doulton, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Dux, Royal Albert, Shelley, Wedgwood, Metlox, RS Prussia, Regal, Rosenthal, Russel Wright, Occupied Japan, Teapots & Coffee Pots below the price.
The figurine stands a full 16.0" tall and is in excellent condition.
rb Impressive early example of majolica from the shelf of a major penthouse estate on 5th Avenue in New York City.
The teapot is properly marked on the bottom with the Hall China GT mark in gilt.
Pretty hand painted under glaze set of 5 Stetson china plates in an exotic nature motif of green leaves and red berries set against a white base and straight gray lines that really make for an interesting design.
early to mid 1900s has so many fine features we really don't know where to start.
Made by Boch Freres, a well known Belgian ceramic maker, this covered urn or jar (ginger jar?
One of the most popular Hall patterns, we love the rich green color paired with the gilt floral decoration and the elegant shape of the teapot itself.
It's a dainty size at approximately 6.5" high and 5.5" in diameter not including handle and spout, and it's in excellent condition.
The interior of the porcelain has a subtle blue shade to it, and we believe this to be polychromed Delftware.
It's fully and properly marked on the bottom with the Vieux Rhodes Boch "Handworked" mark, and it's in excellent condition and part of a major Greenwich, CT estate collection of antique ceramics; cross listed on Bigger Ticket 1.