Circa Date : 1910
Materials : Porcelain
Colour : Blue, White
Country of Origin : Germany
Designer/ made by : Meissen
Condition Report : Good.
Size 38 cm H
This very attractive pair of vases is from the Meissen factory and was made C.1910. Blue and white, decorated with the iconic “Onion” pattern, they are of baluster form with lids. The lids are decorated with exquisitely modelled flowers of carnation form, rendered in full three dimension with stem and leaf.
Grouping of Three Antique French 19th Century Terracotta Vases
We have a lovely grouping of three antique French 19th century terracotta vases found in the weekly market in the south of France ,One of the things that makes them such a charming set is that each vase has an individual patina with traces of some old white paint
Their rustic style would look wonderful planted in a garden or on a patio or even very attractive in kitchens used just for decorative purposes or near a stove to hold wooden spoons.
French, circa 1890
Left to right dimensions approx
1: H x 36 cm top diameter 24 cm
2: H x 37 cm top diameter 25 cm
3: H x 44 cm top diameter 28 cm
Very large pair of antique Japanese Satsuma vases,which I believe date from around the 1910 period. They may even be a bit older. I’ve never had a pair of vases anywhere near this large. There is a bit of damage to some of the outer mouldings & I have tried to show all this in the images, so please enlarge all of them.