These 8 porcelain bread-&-butter plates were designed by Sophie Villepigue for Barneys New York. They were made in Limoges, France and delicately hand-painted in Paris: a bronzed rim and gray matte finish with the subtlest hint of blue. There's an iridescence to the palette that makes the plates all the more precious. They are signed on the back.
Overall these plates are in excellent condition and structurally sound. There are very minor surface scuffs.
7.38 in. diameter
.25 in. height
Dutch transferware ceramic bowl, crafted in the 19th Century by Petrus Regout & Co. in Maastricht. It features a rich floral design in a maroon tone.Dimensions:14.25 in. diameter2.5 in. heightCondition notes:In good condition with wear that's consistent with the bowl's...
19th Century glazed ceramic bowl. The interior is covered in an all-over pattern of interlocking geometric shapes, while the exterior is a plain white with circular vignettes repeating the interior pattern.Dimensions:14.5 in. diameter4.75 in. heightCondition notes:In good condition. Surface wear...
These 10 antique dessert plates were made in the late 19th Century in England by Beech and Hancock. They feature a colorful chinoiserie design.Dimensions:9 of the plates measure 8.25 in. diameter x 1 in. height1 plate measures 8 in. diameter...
From Thom Lussier's Oxidized Copper Collection - a series of ceramic vessels that stand out for their brilliant palette and rich textures. This bowl is safe for food.White stoneware with Cone 6 glaze.Dimensions:11.75 in. width10.75 in. depth4.75 in. heightCondition notes:New.