Delft, Plates, Dishes, Blue and White Decoration
Left to right:
Delft Marriage Plate, Chinoiserie Border, T over AM, 1710
Dutch - SOLD
Octagonal rim featuring woodland and water scene with swimming ducks
Short hairline at rim, else fine
Dimensions: 8.75" diameter.
Porcelain Dish, Garden Scene, Blue and White
Excellent original condition with a few tiny fleabites
(Dimensions: 8 7/8")
Delft Dish, Tin Glazed, Diving Bird
Hairline and edge frittering, else fine
Delft Lobed Dish, Domed Center, Small Size
Circa 1680 - SOLD
18th Century English Delft,
Sweetmeats - Spice Dish – Pickle Dish
Bristol, circa 1740 - SOLD
(Height: 1.25"; width: 7"; depth: 7")
A molded dish, three fan shaped compartments decorated in blue on pale blue glaze
raised on little button feet. This scarce little dish would have been placed on the dinner
or desert table filled with sweetmeats, candies, nuts, pickles or preserves.
English Delft Blue and White Pancake Dish, Possibly Liverpool, Circa 1750 to 1760
Painted with Peony flower beside bamboo, rim with three floral sprays and asterisksSOLD
(As expected, scattered minor rim chips, else fine; Diameter: 9")
Delft Posset Pot
Early 18th Century
English - SOLD
Polychrome pear-shape posset pot with dome lid, flared rim, and mushroom finial; foliate decoration around the rim and wide strap handles terminating in tight scrolls. An old family inscription on the inside of the lid reads "BRISTOL / DELFT / CIRCA / 1730 / VAN ALLEN family / FisH Kill / NY" [sic].
There is old restoration to the cover rim and some minor frittering. Dimensions: 9".
Double Handle Delft Porringer
Cherub Handles...blue decoration-SOLD
As depicted, a scarce porringer, molded lug handles in form of cherubs, pierced for hanging, floral decoration, very good condition with minor glaze chips. (Diameter: 9.25-inches; height: 2.75-inches; width at handles: 9.25-inches.)
Delft Punch Bowl
With Jacobite Rose Decoration
English - SOLD
Punch bowl with Jacobite Rose decoration on the sides and waving ribbons and branches along the inside of the interior edges. The blue-gray tin glaze is chipped some along the rim and there is a tight crack on the side.
Dimensions: 5-inches tall with a 10.375-inch diameter
621-83 - SOLD
Pearlware Cup Plate, Davenport Patriotic Eagle and Shield Center, Blue Feather Edge
England, Circa 1810; hand painted decoration, long-winged seal, RARE small size
Impressed mark, partially legible, DAVENPORT above anchor
See Arman, Anglo-American Ceramics, page 235, AI.33. - SOLD
(Very good original condition; diameter: 3 7/8")
1121-8 - SOLD
Punch Bowl, Delft, Floral Sprays, Footed, Blue and White, Interior Decorated
English, Likely Liverpool or Bristol, Circa 1750 to 1760
Decorated to foot, interior with stylized floral sprays and moths - SOLD
(Generally very good, typical rim chips and a 3-inch hairline, else fine and original; h: 5.5", diameter: 11.75")
1008-24 - SOLD
Delft, English Lobed Dish, Bowl, Blue and Powdered Purple Manganese Ground
Probably London, Circa 1750 to 1760
Painted in the center, seated man, forested landscape, fluted sides, scalloped rim - SOLD
(Scatted rim flakes, flake to one lobe; three tiny flakes at border of domed center roundel. Diameter: 13")
738-80 - SOLD
Polychrome Delft/Faience Tile - SOLD
Approximately 5 ¼-inches x 5 ¼-inches x ½-inch. Very well decorated tile w/ child sniffing flowers inside of a circle w/ trefoils in each corner, done in green, purple, yellow, orange, and cobalt. Two or three very small, shallow chips on surface, expected chipping along edges. Buff/sand colored body, c. late 17th - early 18th c.
514-44 - SOLD
Chinese Export, Porcelain Cup and Saucer, Arms of the United States
Circa 1800 - SOLD
Sepia painted eagle with shield having no initials; spangled arch. Fine condition.
Dimensions: 1.75" cup H, 5.5" plate diameter.
1007-1 - SOLD
Delftware Bowl, Commemorative, John Manners, Marquis of Granby, Rare
To Granby The Brave
Probably Lambeth High Street, William Griffith - SOLD
The interior has two decorative borders of floral and diaper panels enclosing the inscription "To Granby the Brave". The exterior painted in blue with a Chinese fence surmounted and flanked by trailing floral and foliate branches. A bowl with the same inscription is illustrated by Michael Archer, Delftware (2013), F 33, page 257. John Manners, Marquis of Granby, was commander in chief of the British contingent in the Seven Years War. He led a brilliant charge of the British cavalry at Warburg in 1760. The French were heavily defeated with the loss of 1500 men. (H: 3.75"; diameter: 9")
556-55 - SOLD
Delft Charger, Polychrome, Bird in Landscape
Ex Gary Atkins - SOLD
A crack has been repaired with all else fine.
Dimensions: 13.5" diameter.
738-50 - SOLD
White Delft Posset
Circa 1660 to 1680 - SOLD
A rare white posset in excellent condition with typical spout tip frittering and various glaze chips; finial repaired, all else excellent.
Dimensions: 7.75" H, 10" W, 7.5" D.
843-68 - SOLD