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Meissen Stunning Figurines the Lucky Parents Model E81 by M. V. Acier

Meissen Stunning Figurines the Lucky Parents Model by M.

1877 British Ewer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1877 British Ewer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, silver gilt

porc.MEISSEN__Beautiful antique Meissen porcelain hand painted Floral Platter!

porc.MEISSEN__Beautiful antique Meissen porcelain hand painted Floral Platter!

Samuel Kirk & Son coin silver repoussé punch bowl, in a castellated design, c1865. Former Confederate President Jefferson Davis traveled to Macon, Georgia in October 1887 with his wife and his daughters, to attend the Georgia State Fair and a Confederate veteran's reunion, where they were presented with this bowl. Five-thousand Confederate veterans marched past the aging Davis and he tearfully took their salute. Jefferson Davis would die in 1889.

Samuel Kirk & Son coin silver repoussé punch bowl, in a castellated design, ca. Former Confederate President Jefferson Davis was presented with this bowl in Macon, Georgia.

Sèvres Dinner and Dessert service (1785 - 1799) | Soft-paste porcelain, green ground and gilded decoration | Acquirer: George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1830), when King of the United Kingdom (1820-30) | Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Dinner and dessert service (tureen, cover and tray, etc) Sèvres porcelain factory 1799 Soft-paste porcelain, green ground and gilded decoration Bunches of flowers tied with differently coloured.

Sauce boat, John Swift (active 1728-60) London (goldsmith)  1765, Silver gilt  Belonged to George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1830) when Prince of Wales  A pair of silver-gilt sauce boats, elaborately cast in the form of a nautilus shell, with gadroons and a scroll border; the handle cast as a sea-monster; supported on an oval rocaille base with entwined snake around the stem. Each sauce boat is engraved with the Prince of Wales’s feathers.

Sauce boat John Swift (active London (goldsmith) 1765 Silver gilt Belonged to George IV, King of the United Kingdom when Prince of Wales A pair of silver-gilt sauce boats, elaborately cast in the form of a nautilus shell, with.

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