Probably a Sitzendorf porcelain bowl or tray with center handle, beautifully scalloped similarly to a leaf or butterfly, hand painted in coral peach center (salmon color), and hand painting on transferware pink and white florals and green leaves, gold trim. Handle has porcelain leaf relief with applied gold.
Beautiful pattern called INDIAN TREE by William Adams & Sons, England. Marking denotes circa 1819-1864. Black Key, Yellow band with Greek Key and Gadroon Edge.P>Measurements: 10 inches in diameter (26 cm). Slightly scalloped edge.
Condition: Excellent - no damage
Great Pattern, Great Plate!!!!! Would make an excellent plate to display ...click for details
King Glass (later known as US Glass) made this beautiful goblet in pattern known as Ring & Block, aka Prism & Block in 1889. 4-part mold depicting a row of squares/blocks around the bottom quarter of the goblet with engraved leaves circling the top portion of the goblet. Interesting stem which is unusual in early american pattern glass.
Measurements: 6.5 inches tall with an opening of 3 inches in diameter ...click for details
For your consideration is a set of beautifully hand decorated and hand painted plates in a very gorgeous porcelain plate shape made by Limoges Coiffe circa 1891-1914. Usually when the plate only has one mark which these two plates do, they were decorated in Limoges, France by professional artists and by looking at these 2 plates, I would say that they are definitely professionally hand painted.
For your consideration is a beautifully scalloped plate by Limoges France made for export to the JL Bradshaw Retail Store (1895-present) in Canada. Plate is pre-1920. Plate depicts gorgeous pink flowers