This Charming Porcelain Group Figurine is exquisitely hand painted in vivid bright enamel colors reminiscent of The Dresden Works and measures 7 1/2" High and has a Base Width of 3 1/2". This Group Figurine of Courting Lovers represents French nobility with its air of aristocratic distinction! It dates 1930-1940.
This Is An Absolutely Fabulous Example Of Early American Rookwood Art Pottery From The Art Nouveau Movement Of Which The Arts & Crafts Movement Was Part. This tile and bronze frame represents the embodiment of the Art Nouveau and Secession Movements of Europe that in the United States was known as the Arts and Crafts Movement.
This Wonderful Dark Blue Wedgwood Jasperware 4 Piece Tea Service was manufactured in Etruria, England approximately 1900-1920. It exhibits a great variety of Grecian scenes in bas relief against a dark blue porcelain ground.