Eutaw Antiques.....

Porcelain & Glass, Page 2



An ironstone, dolphin-handle, cheese cover with underplate. It is 10" long. 6-1/2" wide, and 8-1/2" tall.
C. 1900.
$125.00

A set of 12 double-handled bouillion cups with underplates. These are L. Bernardaud & Co., Limoges & Paris, France, 1905-present, blanks which were handpainted by Mrs. Lon Grubbs of Eutaw, Alabama.
C. 1940.
$450.00

The custard glass "Pansy" dish by Northwood. It is 9" in diameter and marked with the "N" in a circle on the base. Excellent condition.
$155.00

Always an assortment of Wedgwood Jasperware. Please inquire of current inventory and prices.

An 8" tall, 5-1/2" diameter, cased-glass peachblow vase. The ruffled top rim is a lovely rose color fading down to a soft pink. It has a correct rough pontil. There are no chips or breaks.
$265.00

An R. S. Prussia biscuit jar decorated with delicate, life-like roses and retaining its original lid. It is 7-1/2" tall and 7" in diameter. Marked R.S. Prussia. There is a small piece of the inner rim missing in the jar, otherwise in perfect condition.
$355.00

A 12" Limoges charger with the mark of Lazeyaras, Rosenfeld, & Lehman (l.r.l.) and signed by the factory artist "Muville".
In excellent condition.
c. 1920.
$295.00

A second 12" Limoges charger, companion to above, with the mark of Lazeyaras, Rosenfeld, & Lehman (l.r.l.) and signed by the factory artist "Muville".
In excellent condition.
C. 1920.
$295.00

Staffordshire 16-piece ironstone breakfast set consisting of 11 plates, 3 compotes, and 2 serving bowls. Magenta on white. Registration mark weakly incised on bottom, if decifered correctly, denotes manufacture on February 10, 1850. Evidence of use, but in very good condition.
$600.00 set.

A 10-1/2" diameter R.S. Prussia bowl decorated with roses and a shield-like motif on the rim. The bowl is 2-1/2" deep and is marked R.S. Prussia on the base. In perfect condition.
$255.00

A 10" hand-painted R.S. Germany convaluted bowl accented with two poppy blooms. The mark is that of R.S. Germany in green. Post-WW1, therefore C. 1920.
In perfect condition.
$265.00

A 10" shaped and moulded serving bowl in Paris porcelain. No marks. In excellent condition, but some expected wear to the gold trim.
$265.00
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