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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

A 10" shaped and moulded serving bowl in Paris porcelain. No marks. In excellent condition, but some expected wear to the gold trim.
Buyer pays shipping and insurance charges.

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