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A GROUP OF FOUR FRENCH PICKARD PARCEL GILT ENAMELED PORCELAIN BRUNCHWARES, EARLY 20TH CENTURY,

from largest to smallest, a pale form vase with bombé reserves painted with flower sprays over a polished gilt flower ground centering a beribboned flowering basket, signed "F. Vobot," verso an etched gilt coin mark, "Pickard Etched China," 1912-1925; an octagonal compote, with Art Deco daisy motif with antique crater gilt motif and wave pattern edge raised on a hexagonal foot, verso in black, "Hand Painted Pickard China," on a gilt leaf, 1910-1918; together with a matching lidded sugar and cream pitcher, both signed "Hess," verso in black, "Hand Painted Pickard China," over a gilt square, 1910-1912, the last three pieces attributed to Robert Hessler, compote height: 5 5/8", diameter: 9 7/8".

Condition:

some surface wear, minor rubbing and losses, but overall in good to very good condition, wear commensurate with age and use.

Estimate: $200 - $300
Price Realized
$225
02/16/2020

 

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