A European glazed biscuit porcelain figural group, 3rd quarter 19th century, an 'Allegory of Love' scene with classically draped maidens surrounding a festooned pillar and playing with putti, doves, garlands and love's arrow; upon an oval base
A Capodimonte porcelain comport early 20th century, the scallop edged platter with a moulded rim depicting alternating classical figurative scenes and to the cavetto a bouquet of flowers all raised upon a circular base fashioned from four mermaids with arm
Three 19th century white Capodimonte porcelain figures emblematic of the seasons, each on a circular base with blue Crown over N mark to the underside, emblematic of winter, spring and autumn. Diameter 14.5 cm. Height 36 cm. (3)
A Capodimonte porcelain ewer, the body of campana form richly decorated with a relief moulded frieze showing frolicking putti, beneath a foliate moulded spout flanked by a figural loop handle, underglaze blue Crown of Naples mark to base. Height 41 cm. Pro
A pair of Capodimonte porcelain urns, each of campana form, relief moulded with a central classical frieze, flanked by loop handles. Height 20 cm. Provenance: Leonard Joel, Normanhurst - Estate of the late Henry F. Young, 19th November 1929, lot 284 1929-1
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