Two porcelain tea caddies by Thuringian and Samson, 1800 and later 19th century, a Thuringian tea caddy of arched form with a monochrome profile portrait bust of Julius Caesar and spouse, and a floral decorated rectangular caddy with canted corners and an
A pair of painted porcelain panels Illustrating scenes from William Hogarth's 'Moral' series, probably early 20th century, bearing Chelsea gold anchor marks, possibly Samson, two shaped lozenge panels featuring colourful scenes of inebriation a
A porcelain figure of a Hurdy Gurdy player, 19th century, bearing a Ludwigsburg mark underside, but probably Samson, the delightful figure of a female instrumentalist in 18th century attire in aqua, pink and lemon colours, purple shoes and a feathered cap,
Pair of Samson, Edme et Cie porcelain lidded pots, France circa 1880, with deep blue ground decorated with intricate gilding and hand painted panels depicting wild birds, the lids with floriform finials, 8.5 cm high
A Neapolitan child figurine, later 19th century, possibly Samson, a Dionysian child figure with a swirling cloth about him, a fruiting garland upon his head and holding a chalice and raised upon a grassy base, in enamel colours and marked with a spurious g
A Samson of Paris Pierrot figurine, circa 1900, dressed in typical attire with a ruffle necked loose fitting jacket over wide trousers in white with pink and gold trim and sporting a small boater style hat, with a tree trunk support upon a rocky base; an u
MILTON, John: 'Poems in English with Illustrations by WILLIAM BLAKE * PARADISE LOST *' & 'Miscellaneous Poems Paradise Regain'd & Samson Agonistes' [The Nonesuch Press, London, 1926.] Two volumes, quarter parchment with Italian block-printed decorated pape
A Commedia Dell'Arte porcelain figure by Samson, circa 1880, in the manner of Hochst, the roguish guitar playing Scaramouche modelled with a blue and white vest and shirt, a cape and a pointed hat, supported on a trunk style plinth with applied flowers; mo
A Samson of Paris cup and saucer, circa 1890, marked underside with a 'Curvaceous X' to indicate English-style Ware, both straight sided cup and saucer with grisaille decoration of a European lakeside landscape with figures, boats and castles upon a lemon
A Samson faience box, late 19th century, oval with a domed hinged cover and fluted sides, the top decorated with a lake landscape with figures, the sides with floral sprays, indistinct mark underside. Height 4.5 cm. Width 10.55 cm. Depth 7 cm
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