A fine and very small Japanese Imari footed
bowl from the Meiji period, circa 1880. Decorated with Foo dog, flowers and various ornamental designs. In colors of red, blue, and orange, all hand-painted enamels.
Embellished with a floral border, this impressively decorated
stoneware bowl features a bucolic scene punctuated by two wild pheasants. This dish can conveniently go from microwave to table to dishwasher with ease. Made in England.
Large hammered trophy-style copper bowl with applied sterling
silver rim and fittings for the four stag horn handles. Marked “Sterling And; Other Metals; 16635.” Light wear, patina, and two small dents.