Set of 7 Limoges bouillon or consomme soup cups and 7 saucers. Some pieces bear different Limoges makers' marks, but all are the same exact form and pattern. Each cup measures 5 inches handle to handle and 3.5 inches across the cup. The saucers are 6 inches across. Excellent condition, circa 1890 to 1900.
W T Copeland and Sons Stoke on Trent England ironstone cake stand. Transfer printed in red on cream in an Asian design. Excellent condition and marked with the W T Copeland and Sons red mark along with the impressed Copeland mark used from 1867 until 1932. Measures 4.75 inches high and 9.75 inches across the top.
Staffordshire mulberry ironstone Gothic panel lidded sugar pot c1850. This pot or jar is transfer printed with pagodas, peacocks, bamboo and peonies and is in excellent condition. Dark purple on milk white. Measures 8 and one half inches high with lid, 6 inches without.
Antique white porcelain figure group of lovers in a bower circa 1900, unmarked. Beautifully modeled graceful figures. Excellent condition, just one tip of one leaf on the reverse side at lower right is gone. Measures 8.5 inches high x 7 inches wide x 5 inches deep.
R. S. Prussia porcelain oval serving bowl in a hand painted floral design with a tapestry surface texture. It measures 13.5 inches across. Excellent condition. Founded by Reinhold Schlegelmilch in what is now Suhl, Germany, R.S. Prussia produced ornate and floral porcelain objects for export beginning in the late 1800s. Between the world wars, the company manufactured pieces in a factory in Tillowitz, Germany.