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#3853 GDA Limoges Hand Painted Bowl

Beautiful hand painted bowl from Gerard, Dufraisseix & Abbot who formed that partnership c.1900 and apparently used this mark c.1900-1941 (Source:  Gaston's Limoges Third Edition, page 152).  Signed Vouga who was most likely an American china painter.  Gorgeous colors, lucious grapesBody of bowl and rim edge are scalloped in design and outlined in gold.  Notice the shell design in the valley of each scallop around the rim edge.  10 1/2" diameter x 2 3/8" tall.  Excellent condition. 

GDA Limoges Hand Painted Bowl

1 in stock Item #3853


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SOLD#2746 Bavarian Mayonnaise DishSOLD

Hand Painted.  Outside of bowl is a pretty pearlized or lustreware finish.  Too pretty to use.  It is unfortunately NOT PERFECT.  Close examination under a good light and magnifier revealed a very fine hairline crack on one side across the flowers beginning at the top.  The name on the back, Anna E. Pierce, was the artist.  This fact was confirmed by a phone call I received from a nice gentlemen, Jack Stoltz in Florida, regarding this bowl that was hand painted and signed by Anna E. Pierce.  Jack is originally from Wisconsin and owns a complete set of dishes that exactly match this piece.  All of Jack's set but one are signed by Anna E. Pierce or Adele Pierce The set has been in Jack's family for over 100 years.  A pair of sisters, Anna E. Pierce ( ? ) and Adele Pierce (10/18/1883 - 12/30/69) owned a shop in Wisconsin.  They purchased Bavarian and Limoges blanks, hand painted them, and sold them in their shop.  Adele left Wisconsin in 1916 Jack's family purchased their set from the sisters sometime prior to 1916 when Adele left.  An interesting mystery is that the one unsigned piece in Jack's set is exactly like this one shown below that I found at a Dallas estate sale with a hairline crack.  We speculate that Jack's unsigned piece was a replacement for this one with the hairline.  This hairline piece must have been given away and then somehow eventually made its way to Texas where we purchased it from a high-end Dallas estate sale.  We'll never know the whole story of the travels of this beautiful hand painted piece.  May this documentation serve as a testament to the sisters Anna E. Pierce and Adele Pierce.  "Thank you Anna and Adele, for your beautiful work."

2 1/4" tall x 4 1/ 2" wide x  6" across from outer tips of spout and handle.



#2584 Limoges Lidded Trinket Box

Beautiful cobalt blue with heavy gold decoration and a good companion to #2588 below.  Romantic gold figural scene on top.  Notice the very dainty feet.  Excellent condition.

Limoges Cobalt Blue Trinket Box

Item #2584

Approximately 2" tall x 3 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" front to back

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#2588 East Germany Trinket Dish

"Echt Kobalt" is probably the pattern name or product line.  Excellent condition.

Echt Kobalt Trinket Dish JLMEAU East Germany

1 in stock

Item #2588

 4 1/2" x 3"

East Germany dates it to after 1949 and possibly as late as 1990.



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#2586 Decorative Bowl

Unmarked except for some numbers. Origin unknown.  Pretty transfer florals.  Gold feet and rim, hand-applied gold foliage.  Notice the very ornate rococo design of the bowl -- elaborately scrolled rim in shell designs in relief, shell cartouches in relief on the side encasing more florals; overall body design of the bowl is in relief.  A beautiful pink glow just above the feet on the bottom portion of the bowl sets it off.  Excellent condition. 

Old German Bowl

4 1/2" tall x 7" wide x 6" deep from front to back

1 in stock

Item #2586



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#2719 Old German Style Victorian Era Bowl

Unmarked.  Obviously very old.  Scalloped design.  Bed of transfer roses, surrounded by various shades of rich greens.  Not Perfect.  One chip on underside of rim (see picture).  Also, some superficial nicks on inside walls (see pictures).  Some wear of gold around rim edge.  All typical of very old items.  Priced accordingly.  A very nice old treasure. 

Old German Victorian Era Bowl

8 1/2" x 6 1/4" 1 in stock Item #2719

Chip on underside rim edge



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#2570 Limoges Old Dish

Unmarked, but we believe it to be Limoges and believe it to be quite old.  Notice the beautiful scalloped rim and the delicate flowers.  Only traces of gold left on edge of rim which is the best indication of age.  It also had a teeny chip on one corner of rim which has been professionally repaired.

6 1/2" x 4 1/8" 1 in stock Item #2570


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#2427 Old German Style Bowl

Unmarked, but most likely of German origin.  c. late 19th Century.  Large and beautiful transfer roses.  Inset handles.  Scalloped rim trimmed in gold.  Excellent condition -- we find nothing wrong with this bowl.

Old German Bowl Roses

1 in stock

13 1/8" wide at outer edges of rim at inset handles.  Approximately 8" wide from side to side.  3 1/8" tall from top to bottom Item #2427 $125


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#2583 Lenox Candy Dish or Ash Tray

Use as desired, including for decorative display.  Beautiful red rose surrounded by gold leaves.  Excellent condition.

Lenox Ash Tray or Candy Dish

Item #2583

6 1/4" at widest point

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#2221 Dish in Shell Design

 Hand Painted with pretty daisies.  Signed.  Probably an American china painter.  Unmarked on back.  Excellent condition. 

Hand Painted Daisies on Shell Design Dish

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Item #2221

6 1/2" long x 5 1/4" wide



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#1949 Hand Painted Lidded Bowl

Beautiful blue florals.  Gold Handle on lid.  Signed.  Probably an American china painter.  Excellent condition. 

Hand Painted Bowl

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Item #1949 

Approximately 6 1/4" long x 4 3/4" wide x 2 1/4" high not including lid

1 in stock $40


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