Five 19th-century black transferware plates, each decorated with
a scenery from life in colonial French Indochina, depicting the following: "Le Repas", the meal; "La toillet", getting dressed; "Le Marchand ambulant", mobile merchant, "Chinois en voyage", Chinese travelers and "L'Esclave", the ...
Charming set of three 1930s English majolica plates
from the Staffordshire firm of James Kent. Rich blues and greens with colorful daisy borders. Stunning ochre glaze. Marked "James Kent Ltd. Longton Made in England."
Set of eight lunch plates by iconic California
artist Sascha Brastoff. Heavily glazed with 22K gold wash, each plate is completely individual in pattern of glaze. All marked with "Sascha B," except for one with the Brastoff rooster mark.