I believe this is about the best piece of Moores I have ever seen.. I always find it sad that the craft people who designed, potted and painted these, never were allowed to sign them and most pottery workers lived in very humble homes many were just back to back houses ( slums ) Their masterpieces went unsigned just a mark at best. The company got all the credit.. But often stray pieces of this quality found their way home to these humble abodes or sold in pubs
A MEISSEN GERMAN PORCELAIN COVERED URN
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE MEISSEN GERMAN PORCELAIN COVERED URN, 19TH CENTURY. Of pear shaped form bolted on a socle pedestal base and encrusted all over with life sized realistic flower blossoms of various shape, size and color. With a hand painted romantic scene of a couple courting and flanked with figural cherubs and scrolled handles above the base with seminude woman holding a basket of flowers and surmounted by a domed reticulated cover terminating with a floral bouquet of realistically…
Details about 2 Stunner UNIQUE Antique 19thC Schierholz German Porcelain Vases Applied Roses
The Von Schierholz porcelain factory is still located in its original town of Plaue in Thuringia. Plaue is in what is now East Germany (about 60 miles north of Coburg. The factory was established by two brothers, Johann Karl Rudolf Heuäcker and Dr. Gottlob Ferdinand Heuäcker, in 1816. ).
ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELAIN COALBROOKDALE-TYPE VASE - Oct 21, 2014 | Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates in VA
ENGLISH STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELAIN COALBROOKDALE-TYPE VASE : Lot 1110
Vase and cover | Coalport Porcelain Factory | V&A Search the Collections
Vase and cover of porcelain painted with enamels, modelled, moulded and gilded, Coalport Porcelain Factory, Coalport, ca. 1830-1835. Museum Number C.1205&A-1917.