Unusual hand painted porcelain souvenir vase with a signature of Robert Mayokok. Robert Mayokok was a native Eskimo artist who was known for his scenes of life in the Arctic Circle. This line of mugs was made in the 1950s. It appears to be a circle of eskimos holding a trampoline skin with someone jumping. Someone else interpreted it as Jesus ascending from the heavens. You be the judge, Measures 6 1/2" tall. No chips or damages. No makers mark.
Lovely old Dresden style hand painted glazed porcelain ballerina figure. She has real lace and net for her tu-tu. Her feet has a nail size hole in base. She was either for a large music box or perhaps a cake topper, that was secured buy a cake nail. She measures just 4 1/2" tall and is in wonderful condition with no damages. No makers marks on her anywhere. I have listed a larger one also.
Old hand painted porcelain powder jar or hair reciever. Comes with both lids, you can choose to use it as you wish. I am assuming the other bottom had got broken at some time years back. Both lids fit exact. Perfect condition. Base marked with a red JAPAN stamp
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Extremely R-A-R-E Heubach figure of twin baby boys sitting in what the books say is supposed to be a bird's nest. Totally charming & realistic, not to mention the modeling is simply the best, as well the handpainting is first rate...
This is a wonderful heavy porcelain dish with a heavily enameled scene of an English hunt. Gentlemen on their horses are jumping fences and a hunting dog joins in. Hand painted and decorated. Wonderful with no chips or cracks. Measures 8" x 8". There is a hand painted number on the back which appears to be 430. Upon close inspection there is a scratched area on the back where the original backstamp has been removed for some odd reason...
Cute little Brownie in a stump vase. Made of hand painted porcelain by Acme, Japan. Measures 3 1/2" tall and has no chips or cracks. There is some paint wear on his toes and elbows, that you can see in photo. Very cute piece to add to your collection.
A great hand painted bisque porcelain figurine of an old lady sewing at her tredle sewing machine..She carefully aligns her fabric to assure a nice straight seam. Measures 6 3/4" tall. Nice condition with no chips. Sticker has came off, so not sure who made it.
A great hand painted bisque porcelain figurine of an old smitty. He works at his bench with an anvil and wagon wheel within reach.He is possibly repairing the old wheel. Measures6 1/2" tall. Pristine condition, with no damages or repairs. Sticker has came off, so not sure who made it.
Wonderful old turn of the century porcelain flower basket was a souvenir of Rochester NY. Measures 5 1/4" tall, and has no chips or cracks. Gold lettering and edge trim is a little worn in spots. Hand painted pink/lavender flowers. Round red bottom stamp reads Made in Germany. Very thin and delicate.
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A wonderful old Nippon porcelain vase that measures 9" tall and has two handles. Hand painted roses of yellow, pink, and mauve. Lots of gold accent trims. Stamp on bottom is very faint and barely legible. No chips or repairs. One small 1/2" surface crack inside that does not go through. It was probably a flaw and is now noticed because of stain from use over the many years. This does not detract from the value of this awesome piece...
This little mini teapot is just for decorative purposes or would be cute for a little girls teaset. Lavishly decorated with lots of gold and rich colors. Made of heavy porcelain china . Made in China and is in perfect condition. Measures just 3 1/2" tall. No chips on lid or teapot. Very sweet collectible.
If you love the art of Chokin you will love this pretty vase with the metal engraving of iris' and a butterfly. Made of fine porcelain and measures 5 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. The art of Chokin is metal engravings from Japan that are created by the ancient art of Chokin. Gilded with gold and silver,the engravings were originally created to decorate the armament of the Samurai warriors. 24 kt gold trim.
If you love the art of Chokin you will love this pretty plate with the metal engraving of a a warriors on horses. Made of fine porcelain and measures 6" in diameter and is in nice condition. The art of Chokin is metal engravings from Japan that are created by the ancient art of Chokin. Gilded with gold and silver,the engravings were originally created to decorate the armament of the Samurai warriors. 24 kt gold trim.
If you love the art of Chokin you will love this pretty plate with the metal engraving of a hummingbird and daffodils. Made of fine porcelain and measures 6 1/2" in diameter and is in perfect condition.The art of Chokin is metal engravings from Japan that are created by the ancient art of Chokin.Gilded with gold and silver,the engravings were originally created to decorate the armament of the Samurai warriors. 24 kt gold trim.
Old hand painted bisque porcelain figurine of a Victorian girl and rearing dog. Measures 7 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition with no damages or repairs. Red Ucagco mark.It also has the mold # HI23 on the back into the mold.
Sweet little vintage porcelain salt and pepper shakers ae decorated with little gold dots and gold top trim. They have the original Napco sticker, and original rubber stoppers. On the bottom is the napco 3 A1500. Perfect condition with no damages or repairs.
A young lady figurine with a bird in her hands. Made in Hungary by Aquincum. High gloss glaze with gold gild details and florals. Hand painted. MINT condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or repairs. Measures 9 1/2 inches high by 2 1/2 inches wide. Would make a beautiful addition to any collection
Beautiful canoe shape porcelain dish is hand painted and signed Celine. Appears to be an orchid, with lots of nice gold trim. Measures 9 1/4" long, perhaps a celery or olive dish. Perfect condition with no chips cracks or wear. The red backstamp dates this piece to 1890. A Bit of History. The Lanternier family exported porcelain from Limoges France during the 1850s. Thirty years later, Frederic Lanternier began producing porcelain as well as decorate and export Limoges china...