A fine Capodimonte Italian porcelain Royal carriage and horses, blue crown Naples mark, housed in a purpose built glass and timber display cabinet. 63 cm long. Provenance: The Nick Raftopoulos Collection, Melbourne
A Capodimonte figurine of an Edwardian lady, modern era, the modish figurine of an Edwardian lady with an umbrella and her travelling bag, in a white glaze with bright gilt enrichments; with an underglaze blue Capodimonte mark to the front and signature to
Capodimonte lidded figural urn with two mermaid figural handles, a lid modelled with an applied lion finial, raised putti figures to the neck, a relief of various classical ladies to the body below two Jupiter Ammon heads & various figures to the base. Sta
An impressive Capodimonte covered Stein, the large stein with a compressed spreading base, a handle in the form of a solider, and a domed lid with a pierced Crown finial, moulded and richly decorated throughout with a continuous Roman battle scene; with bl
A Naples Capodimonte plate, circa 1750, the centre painted with roses, the border with raised decorations, painted reserves and crest. 20 cm wide. Together with a Vienna plate, Imari palette, with a moulded gilt border, circa 1750. 19 cm wide
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