A pair of antique bocage porcelain figures, after Chelsea, late 19th century, with gold anchor mark but probably Samson, an elegantly attired seated gallant with his dog and a shepherdess with a sheep at her feet, both in bright floral and enamel coloured
A Chelsea porcelain figure of a shepherd, circa 1760 the well modelled shepherd dressed in a black hat, white tunic, pink coat over which is thrown a scarlet cloak, blue patterned breeches, depicted standing amongst flowers with a small dog holding a staff
A Chelsea platter, circa 1755, the shaped oval platter with a narrow ox blood brown ribbon to the edge and sprigged throughout with single blooms, loose posies and butterflies; red anchor mark underside to rim. Height 5 cm. Length 39.5 cm. Width 30 cm
A Chelsea Imperial shepherd figure, circa 1780, the shepherd with small hounds in attendance beautifully attired in colours and abundant floral and decorative patterns, supported upon a rococo base with a large gold anchor mark to the reverse. Height 29.5
A Chelsea decorated plate, circa 1760, the plate with a moulded rim decorated with gilt enrichments and pairs of birds, and to the dish floral sprigs and loose bunches of summer blooms in a muted puce, iron red, steel blue and ochre lemon palette; with a g
A fine Chelsea plate, circa 1765, with feather edging and scale moulding to the border, richly decorated with exotic birds in varying shades of puce in a fine landscape with unusual fruiting plants, with gold anchor mark underside. Provenance: Havelock Hou
A large Chelsea figure emblematic of 'Hearing', circa 1760, a young seated woman holding a lute and a conch shell with a doe at her feet in puce, sky blue and green colours with a low glaze; bearing a gold anchor mark to the reverse; similar models held in
A Chelsea figure of a boy, circa 1753-55, the standing boy, probably an allegorical figure, with black hair, holding a flower encrusted wreath and simply attired in puce and lemon draped fabric, upon a small rockwork and tree trunk base; a small red anchor
A rare pair of Derby musicians, circa 1760-70, in the Chelsea style, he with bagpipes and his lady with a small lute, each seated within lattice arbours reminiscent of Chinese Chippendale mirrors, and raised upon rococo moulded bases; the female musician i
A pair of Chelsea gold anchor period two-handled Mazarin blue and gilt bacchanalian bottle shaped vases, circa 1770. 25 cm high. Provenance: The Barry Byrne Collection, Christie's Sydney, 15 & 16 July 1992, lot 570. For a similar vase see the Victoria and
A rare mid-18th century Bow plate, blue and white design with a rock and floral highlighted fenced garden design, three floral sprays to the border, old label to reverse including 'David C.D. Cooke Antiques....'. Note: the demand and limited availability f
A Chelsea porcelain dessert stand, circa 1760 the oval dish modelled with a basket border with naturalistic vine handles to either end, with a brown rim, painted in colours with insects and butterflies amongst vine leaves and grapes, unmarked 27 cm wide, 2
A Chelsea porcelain oval dish, circa 1755 having a brown rim, the oval dish modelled with basket weave trellis panels, the white ground painted with flowers in colours, brown anchor mark to verso 31.5 cm wide, 26 cm deep. Provenance: The Connoisseurs Store
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