Antique China and Porcelain

This Antique China and Porcelain section includes faience, stoneware, earthenware, transferware, hand-painted flow blue, classic blue & white, Barbotine and Majolica, all showcased here.  Antique china and porcelain has been both collectible and essential to everyday life for thousands of years.  Our antique china ranges from French and Italian Faience to Chinese porcelain.  We offer beautiful Imari and Satsuma urns and jardinieres as well as monumental blue and white urns, all of which are designed to beautify your decor.

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Antique 3-Piece Delft Garniture With Lidded Urn and 2...

Antique 3-Piece Delft Garniture With Lidded Urn and 2 Vases were hand-painted in rich burgundy reds, earthy olive greens and various shades of cobalt blue to create colorful accents for your home!  Designed to work as a set, they can also be used individually.  The main urn has a faceted inverted pear shape topped with a lid adorned with a lion holding a...

Pair 18th Century Hand-Painted Faience Plates

Pair 18th Century Hand-Painted Faience Plates were hand-painted and fired in the same year as the birth of the United States of America!  Crafted by master ceramicists using wood-fired kilns, the glazing and painting was done entirely by hand, and depicts classic architectural features with a Baroque-inspired green bordering style.  A rarity amongst such...

Pair Antique Cloissone Vases

Pair Antique Cloissone Vases is a timeless example of the genre, displaying a well-preserved, rich coloration and exhibiting a floral design theme celebrating the beauty of nature.  Decorated in the round, brass wire was carefully affixed to the brass vase, then the spaces created were filled with various colors of enamel, with the final product being...
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Pair Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases

Pair Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases are a splendid collectible that was created for the lucrative European market where the clay was treated with a tin solution before glazing resulting in a unique and highly desirable finish that lasts for centuries!  This pair features a charming transferware pattern that emphasizes the classic...

Pair Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases

Pair Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases are a splendid collectible that was created for the lucrative European market where the clay was treated with a tin solution before glazing resulting in a unique and highly desirable finish that lasts for centuries!  This pair features a charming transferware pattern that emphasizes the classic...

Pair Antique Delft Vases by Boch of Holland

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Holland is a splendid example of fine ceramic porcelains from the region that encompassed northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland.  The storied company was founded by Francois Boch in 1748 and evolved through many permutations over the decades, witnessing the revolution in Belgium, the rise and fall of...

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Holland

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Holland are a splendid example of fine ceramic porcelains from the region that encompassed northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland.  The storied company was founded by Francois Boch in 1748 and evolved through many permutations over the decades, witnessing the revolution in Belgium, the rise and fall of...

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Belgium

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Belgium are a splendid example of fine ceramic porcelains from the region that encompassed northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland.  The storied company was founded by Francois Boch in 1748 and evolved through many permutations over the decades, witnessing the revolution in Belgium, the rise and fall of...

Faience Garniture from Rouen ~ Pair of Ceramic Vases...

Faience Garniture from Rouen ~ Pair of Ceramic Vases with Matching Lidded Urn was entirely hand-painted by talented artists in a classical theme using vibrant cobalt blues, mustard yellows and olive greens creating intricate scenes of flowers and foliage arranged in amazingly intricate patterns completely encircling each object.  The pair of vases were...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt blue...

Set of 8 Antique Hand-Painted Earthenware Bowls

Set of 8 Antique Hand-Painted Earthenware Bowls will make a charming addition to your decorating or entertaining!  Each has been hand-thrown and hand-painted with a slightly different design with the same colors, and vary slightly in shape and depth as well.  Use a chargers for serving soups or salads, or just spread artistically about the room to lend a...

19th Century Scottish Transferware Platter by David...

19th Century Scottish Transferware Platter by David Methven & Sons will make a fantastic addition to your serving dinnerware! The intricate pattern includes a complex border around the perimeter with two separate scenes depicting equestrian activities in front of an impressive castle, surrounded by borders, patterns, and flora.  The center is adorned...

19th Century W. S. Stafford & Co. Transferware Platter

19th Century W. S. Stafford & Co. Transferware Platter will make a fantastic addition to your serving dinnerware! The intricate pattern includes a complex border around the entire perimeter depicting an enormous variety of flora with rich bordering.  The main scene is of a country estate nestled by the water's edge, with particular attention paid to...

19th Century Scottish Transferware Platter

19th Century Scottish Transferware Platter in purple and white makes a wonderful serving piece as well as a decorative accent! The intricate pattern includes a complex border around the perimeter with two separate scenes depicting equestrian activities in front of an impressive castle, surrounded by borders, patterns, and flora.  The center is adorned...

19th Century Country French Confit Pot

19th Century Country French Confit Pot is a fine example of the pinnacle of evolution of the clay pot as used for foodstuff storage.  The concept dates back thousands of years, and nobody knows for sure when some genius realized that by leaving the outer lower half of the pot unglazed, that simple evaporative cooling would keep the contents of the pot...

19th Century Country French Confit Pot

19th Century Country French Confit Pot is a fine example of the pinnacle of evolution of the clay pot as used for foodstuff storage.  The concept dates back thousands of years, and nobody knows for sure when some genius realized that by leaving the outer lower half of the pot unglazed, that simple evaporative cooling would keep the contents of the pot...

19th Century Country French Confit Pot

19th Century Country French Confit Pot is a fine example of the pinnacle of evolution of the clay pot as used for foodstuff storage.  The concept dates back thousands of years, and nobody knows for sure when some genius realized that by leaving the outer lower half of the pot unglazed, that simple evaporative cooling would keep the contents of the pot...

19th Century Chinese Blue & White Vase

19th Century Chinese Blue & White Vase features a timeless scene in the round, all executed in luscious cobalt blue on a classic shape formed from pure white Kaolin clay.  Such examples were produced in China for the lucrative European and Middle Eastern market, and continue to be revered today around the world! Circa 1880s Measures 17.5H x 8.5 in diameter

19th Century Black Forest Wall Shrine with Porcelain...

19th Century Black Forest Wall Shrine with Porcelain St. Anthony of Padua & Jesus will make a splendid devotional for any room, and features sculpted wood combining the Renaissance and Classical styles in a lovely oval form upon which has been placed burgundy velvet, making the painted porcelain figurine of St. Anthony cradling the infant Jesus in his...

Set of 4 Mid-Century Chinese Vases ~ Garniture

Set of 4 Mid-Century Chinese Vases ~ Garniture will provide a variety of decorating possibilities!  Consisting of a pair of lidded urns mated with a pair of open vases, all designed and painted to match, they can be used together or as separate pairs.  Hand-painted in lively copper red, sky blue, goldenrod and emerald green, each features a graceful shape...
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Hand-Painted Vintage Pheasant Liquor Flask

Hand-Painted Vintage Pheasant Liquor Flask will make an interesting conversation piece in you bar!  Brilliantly painted porcelain makes a great decorative accessory, and with a cork stopper can hold your favorite adult beverage for relaxing after work.Circa mid-1900sMeasures 11.5H x 17W x 4.5D

19th Century Country French Confit Pot

19th Century Country French Confit Pot is a fine example of the pinnacle of evolution of the clay pot as used for foodstuff storage.  The concept dates back thousands of years, and nobody knows for sure when some genius realized that by leaving the outer lower half of the pot unglazed, that simple evaporative cooling would keep the contents of the pot...

19th Century Country French Confit Pot

19th Century Country French Confit Pot is a fine example of the pinnacle of evolution of the clay pot as used for foodstuff storage.  The concept dates back thousands of years, and nobody knows for sure when some genius realized that by leaving the outer lower half of the pot unglazed, that simple evaporative cooling would keep the contents of the pot...

Antique Gilded Limoges Teapot by Giraud

Antique Gilded Limoges Teapot by Giraud is a classic example of the extraordinary and luxurious porcelains created by the maker in the Limoges region of France where the traditions of the ceramic crafts go back to the late 1700s.  This example features a pleated surface like gathered fabric, with a lid fitted with a knob that depicts a rose bud.  The...

Antique Gilded Limoges Hand-Painted Cream and Sugar Set

Antique Gilded Limoges Hand-Painted Cream and Sugar Set is a classic example of the extraordinary and luxurious porcelains created by the maker in the Limoges region of France where the traditions of the ceramic crafts go back to the late 1700s.  This example features an Art Nouveau form and painted design that is quite eye-catching. The bright white...

Antique Gilded Art Nouveau Limoges Teapot

Antique Gilded Art Nouveau Limoges Teapot is a classic example of the extraordinary and luxurious porcelains created by the maker in the Limoges region of France where the traditions of the ceramic crafts go back to the late 1700s.  This example features an Art Nouveau form and painted design that is quite eye-catching. The bright white porcelain...

19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Covered...

19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Covered Tureen with Platter is a stunning example of the exquisite porcelains that were produced during the period by master ceramicists.  The stately neoclassical form of the tureen is enhanced by the painted detailing in gold, including the handles on both sides, the finial atop the lid, and bordering around the...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Serving Bowl is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt...

Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn

Antique Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn is yet another example of the fine ceramics that hail from the Delfts region of Holland.  This example was hand-painted using rich cobalt blue in the Italian style, with bold floral and foliate patterns encircling the entire work.  The dome of the lid also happens to be a common architectural feature...

19th Century Hand-Painted Ceramic Inkwell from Rouen

19th Century Hand-Painted Ceramic Inkwell from Rouen is a charming artifact from a bygone era!  The region around Rouen has been known for centuries for its fine hand-painted porcelain-like ceramics, and this example is a highly unusual one.  Consisting of three parts, it has a large vessel that is elaborately painted in vivid colors typical of the region...

Pair 19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Decorative Plates

Pair 19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Decorative Plates is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt blue...

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger

19th Century Imari Hand-Painted Charger is a fine example of decorative porcelains from Kyushu in northwestern Japan.  Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century.  This example shows artistic excellence by using different hues of the same basic colors of cobalt blue...
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19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn

19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn is a fine example of the intricately adorned porcelains from the Delft region in Holland produced during the 1800s.  The classic shape was adopted by the Dutch in the 17th century, and features a domed lid similar in shape to architectural features popular during the day.  Topped with a foo dog,...
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Pair Antique Chinese Hand-Painted Vases

Pair Antique Chinese Hand-Painted Vases will make a colorful addition to your decor.  Using several shades of green combined with blue and a brick red, a scene of entertaining at the court is depicted, with flowers, foliates and geometric designs with avian accents covering the entire exteriors.  Perfect for displaying flowers or just as accents by...
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19th Century Hand-Painted Delft Blue & White Lidded Urn

19th Century Hand-Painted Delft Blue & White Lidded Urn represents a departure from the Oriental styling and the introduction of a more European look that was part of the evolution of porcelains from the Delft region of Holland over the past three centuries.  This example continues with the cobalt blue monochrome style on tin-glazed clay, but with a...
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19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn

19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Lidded Urn is a fine example of the intricately adorned porcelains from the Delft region in Holland produced during the 1800s.  The classic shape was adopted by the Dutch in the 17th century, and features a domed lid similar in shape to architectural features popular during the day.  Topped with a monkey...
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Pair Antique Chinese Hand-Painted Vases

Pair Antique Chinese Hand-Painted Vases are truly a product of exceptionally skilled artisans!  Thrown on a larger scale, the graceful form of each porcelain urn is centuries if not thousands of years old.  Starting on the inside of the rim at the top, the entire facade has been painted all around, depicting various courtyard scenes mixed with beautiful...
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Pair 19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases

Pair 19th Century Delft Hand-Painted Blue & White Vases are a splendid collectible that was created for the lucrative European market during the latter 1800s, where the clay was treated with a tin solution before glazing resulting in a unique and highly desirable finish that lasts for centuries!  Cobalt blue has been hand-painted on each vase in an...
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18th Century Delft 3-Piece Garniture ~ Lidded Vase Set

18th Century Delft 3-Piece Garniture ~ Lidded Vase Set is a rare surviving example of the heyday of Dutch pottery that dates to the 1600s.  The rich cobalt blues and distinctive shape that echoes the ancient architecture of the region along with the trademark bird form atop the lid all combine to create truly collectible keepsakes.Delft Blue is the...
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Pair Antique Petite Blue & White Bud Vases

Pair Antique Petite Blue & White Bud Vases will make a charming accent to your decorating scheme!  Hand-painted with windmill scenes, each vase was cast in a classic ancient Greek form with boldly styled handles on opposite sides.  Perfect for a rose or any flower by the stem!Circa early 1900sEach measures 6.5H x 4W x 3D

19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Tureen ~...

19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Tureen ~ Centerpiece is a stunning example of the exquisite porcelains that were produced during the period by master ceramicists.  The bold bombe form of the tureen is enhanced by the painted detailing, primarily in gold, but also featuring floral bouquets on the main faces, both sides as well as underneath the...
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19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Covered...

19th Century French Limoges Hand-Painted Covered Serving Dish is a stunning example of the exquisite porcelains that were produced during the period by master ceramicists.  The bold Baroque form of the tureen is enhanced by the painted detailing, primarily in gold, but also featuring floral bouquets on all four faces of the lid.  The handle on top is...

Pair 18th Century Delft Blue & White Vases

Pair 18th Century Delft Blue & White Vases are of a type that is getting more rare with each passing year.  Alas, the fragile nature of such hand-crafted ceramics means a certain percentage is lost each year to breakage, but that makes the remaining examples all the more valuable!  This pair was clearly intended for a mantel in front of a mirror, as...
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Pair 19th Century Cloissone Vases

Pair 19th Century Cloissone Vases is an extraordinary example of the breed, displaying its well-preserved, rich coloration and exhibiting a large format design theme celebrating the natural beauty of flowers.  Decorated in the round, brass wire was carefully affixed to the brass vase, then the spaces created were filled with various colors of enamel, with...
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19th Century French Blue Barbotine Jardiniere with Stand

19th Century French Blue Barbotine Jardiniere with Stand is a colorful and vibrant example of the amazing pottery that emanated from northern France over the past several centuries.  Cast in a classic form, the bottom bells out slightly according to the original designs that enhanced stability.  This example survives with its original three legged stand,...

Pair 19th Century Cloissone Vases

Pair 19th Century Cloissone Vases is an extraordinary example of the breed, displaying its well-preserved, rich coloration and exhibiting a large format design theme celebrating the natural beauty of flowers.  Decorated in the round, brass wire was carefully affixed to the brass vase, then the spaces created were filled with various colors of enamel, with...
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19th Century Bronze Mounted Satsuma Jardiniere

19th Century Bronze Mounted Satsuma Jardiniere is a splendidly preserved artifact from a wonderful period in French history!  The porcelain bowls were meticulously hand-painted in what is today called Satsuma pattern, which was made in and around Kagoshima in Kyushu, Japan in the later part of the 19th century through to the early 1920s.  Typical of...
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Antique Porcelain Figurines depicting Young Love

Antique Porcelain Figurines depicting Young Love is a work of art inspired by the movement that brought such houses as Meissen and Hummel to the public domain.  Here we see delicate porcelain intricately and artfully hand-painted to depict two very young lovers.  Love can be confusing no matter your age, but some would argue it's most difficult to...

Antique Hand-Painted Delft Tobacco Jar

Antique Hand-Painted Delft Tobacco Jar is an unusually colorful example of the breed!  Once the custom of smoking tobacco took hold in Europe during the late 17th and early 18th century, an entire culture evolved around it.  Such tobacco jars were produced to tightly seal the leaves in the container until ready for use.  The subtle earth tones...

19th Century Hand-Painted Lidded Urn from Rouen

19th Century Hand-Painted Lidded Urn from Rouen is typical of the colorful and artistic works from the storied region, capturing the vivid natural hues of the region onto timeless classical forms.  The faceted urn tapers to a narrower circular opening, upon which the dome-shaped lid rests.  The lid is also adorned with a charming foo dog motif with...
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Antique French Hand-Painted Earthenware Wall...

Antique French Hand-Painted Earthenware Wall Jardiniere from Rouen is a purely decorative item that ingeniously was designed to hang on the wall so one could place fresh flowers or greenery in to brighten up a room!  Exquisitely formed in the Rococo manner, it has been hand-painted by the master artisans of the Rouen region, who have practiced and...

Vintage Dutch Blue & White Tobacco Jar by Zenith

Vintage Dutch Blue & White Tobacco Jar by Zenith represents a style of pottery that has remained popular for over two centuries!  The brass lid and usually cork gasket kept the tobacco fresh, and ironically, the company ~ located in Gouda in The Netherlands ~ got its start making clay pipes for smoking!  Luxurious cobalt blue coloration depicts a...

Antique Dutch Hand-Painted Blue & White Pitcher

Antique Dutch Hand-Painted Blue & White Pitcher is a splendid example of rustic earthenware hand-painted in rich cobalt blue with ripe wheat, tailored bordering, and the words Vieux Temps, meaning Old Times.  Such pitchers could be used for any kind of drink, but most commonly for beers and ales, freshly drawn from the tap.Circa early 1900sMeasures...

Pair 19th Century Hand-Painted Flower Vases from Rouen

Pair 19th Century Hand-Painted Flower Vases from Rouen are typical of the colorful and artistic works from the storied region, capturing the vivid natural hues of the region onto timeless classical forms.  The faceted urns narrow to a waist above which appears a secondary urn form, also faceted and fluted.  Wildflowers, foliates and intriguing geometric...
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Antique Hand-Painted Jardiniere from Rouen

Antique Hand-Painted Jardiniere from Rouen is a vibrantly colored, classically styled planter that adds visual delight to any room, regardless of whether one has placed fresh flowers in it or not!  The design is called en bateau, or boat form, that dates back thousands of years, with prominent "stern" and "bow" features that serve as handles. ...

Antique Hand-Painted Candy ~ Crudite Serving Dish from...

Antique Hand-Painted Candy Serving Dish from Rouen is a vibrantly colored, fancifully styled dish that adds visual delight to any room, regardless of whether one is serving special after-dinner treats or just using it as a decorative accent!  The naturalistic scrollwork of the design features three compartments and an undulating rim complemented by the...

Antique Hand-Painted Candy Serving Dish from Rouen

Antique Hand-Painted Candy Serving Dish from Rouen is a vibrantly colored, fancifully styled dish that adds visual delight to any room, regardless of whether one is serving special after-dinner treats or just using it as a decorative accent!  The naturalistic scrollwork of the design features three flared feet, and an undulating rim complemented by the...

Antique French Hand-Painted Earthenware Wall...

Antique French Hand-Painted Earthenware Wall Jardiniere from Rouen is a purely decorative item that ingeniously was designed to hang on the wall so one could place fresh flowers or greenery in to brighten up a room!  Exquisitely formed in the Rococo manner, it has been hand-painted by the master artisans of the Rouen region, who have practiced and...

Pair Antique French Hand-Painted Urns with Lids from...

Pair Antique French Hand-Painted Urns with Lids from Rouen will make a colorful addition to any surface!  The intricate patterns in rich cobalt blues, saffron yellows, brick reds and olive greens are amazing in their detail.  One can only imagine how much time and talent was required to produce such a wonderful example of artistry that is so typical of...
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Antique Delft Lidded Urn by Boch of Belgium

Antique Delft Lidded Urn by Boch of Belgium is a splendid example of fine ceramic porcelains from the region that encompassed northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland.  The storied company was founded by Francois Boch in 1748 and evolved through many permutations over the decades, witnessing the revolution in Belgium, the rise and fall of...

Antique Three-Piece Blue & White Garniture from Delfts

Antique Three-Piece Blue & White Garniture from Delfts is a charming set that includes a lidded urn and two matching vases, each adorned in luxurious cobalt blue with a distinctive transferware pattern that divides the display into four distinct panels, with effervescent floral and foliate displays the subject of the design completely encircling each...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Lidded...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Lidded Tureen by S. Hancock & Sons is a rather unusual find by this particular maker that was established during the mid-19th century in Stoke on Trent, England.  The pattern was named Millais, and due to legal controversies over nomenclature they were obliged to call it "Semi-Porcelain" so as not to...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Platter by...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Platter by S. Hancock & Sons is a rather unusual find by this particular maker that was established during the mid-19th century in Stoke on Trent, England.  The pattern was named Millais, and due to legal controversies over nomenclature they were obliged to call it "Semi-Porcelain" so as not to infringe...

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Belgium

Pair Antique Delft Lidded Urns by Boch of Belgium are a splendid example of fine ceramic porcelains from the region that encompassed northern France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland.  The storied company was founded by Francois Boch in 1748 and evolved through many permutations over the decades, witnessing the revolution in Belgium, the rise and fall of...

Pair Antique Delft Blue & White Lidded Urns

Pair Antique Delft Blue & White Lidded Urns are yet another example of the fine ceramics that hail from the Delfts region of Holland.  One of the brightest players in the field was Petrus Regout, who established a name for himself along a crowded field of talented producers during the 19th and early 20th centuries.  The transferware was applied to the...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Lidded...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Lidded Tureen by S. Hancock & Sons is a rather unusual find by this particular maker that was established during the mid-19th century in Stoke on Trent, England.  The pattern was named Millais, and due to legal controversies over nomenclature they were obliged to call it "Semi-Porcelain" so as not to...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Platter by...

Antique English Blue & White Transferware Platter by S. Hancock & Sons is a rather unusual find by this particular maker that was established during the mid-19th century in Stoke on Trent, England.  The pattern was named Millais, and due to legal controversies over nomenclature they were obliged to call it "Semi-Porcelain" so as not to infringe...

Pair Antique Boch Vases

Pair Antique Boch Vases is a splendid example of craftsmanship from the famous maker out of Belgium, with a classical shape inspired by ancient Greek archeological treasures and a colorful display of roses and greenery with fine bordering.  In fact, this pair is so beautifully made you don't even have to put fresh flowers or greenery in it ~ it's a...

Antique Boch Jardiniere

Antique Boch Jardiniere is a splendid example of craftsmanship from the famous maker out of Belgium, with a classical shape inspired by ancient Greek archeological treasures and a colorful display of roses and greenery with fine bordering.  In fact, this piece is so beautifully made you don't even have to put fresh flowers or greenery in it ~ it's a...