EASTERDAY
PROCELAIN AND POTTERY

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Dresden Epergne

Top 12" x 9 3/4"

12 1/2" T
Dresden

Saxon Dresden Porcelain

Circa 1900
Blue and White

Soup Tureen

with Handles 12 1/2" L

Bowl Diameter 9 3/4"

11 1/2" T
Germany

Rauenstein Porcelain

Circa 1900

Dinner Set for 8

with Additional Pieces

Cinnabar with Gold Trim
Larry Laslo

Mikasa

Circa 1982
Set of 12 Dinner Plates

Copy of Plates of

King Charles of Naples

Cote of Arms of Families

Hand Painted Decoration

Detail 24K Gold

11" D



Italy

Capo di Monte

1930

One of a Pair of

Famille Verte Temple Jars

with Foo Dog Finials

19" T



China

Tung Chi Perod

No Marks
Strawberry Dish

Blue and Gold

Ruffled Edge

15 1/4"L x 11 1/4"W x5" D
France

Limoges

Circa 1850
Covered Tureen

with Underplate

Restoration

Underplate 11 1/4" x 15 3/4"

Tureen 8 5/8" W x 11 7/8" L

x 7" H
England

Davenport

1830-1880
Pair of Dessert Plates

8 1/2" D
Germany

Budwies

Circa 1820
Set of 12 Roses

Placecard Holders

Dresden

Germany

Early 20th Century
Dessert Set

31 Pieces

Blue Willow Trimed in Gold

Copeland
England

Circa 1860

Backmark 1851-1885
Charger

Blue Imari

14 1/4" Diameter
Japan

No Backmark

c. 1820
Portrait Plate

Trimed in Gold

10" D

Signed
Royal Vienna

Backmark Blue Beehive

Underglaze

Lamballe

Dec. 4, 1847 Registered
Pair of Cabinet Plates

Fish Plates

Trimed in Gold

Artist Signed G. Wilson
England

Royal Doulton

Tiffany & Co New York

one marked bass

other cod

Circa 1914
One of 7 Bowls

9 1/2" D

1 1/2" H
Dutch Delft

1934

DePorceleyne Bly
Pair Kutani Vases

4 7/8" D

11 1/2" T
Japan

1880

Backmark Not Identified
Pair Candlestick Holders

2 1/16" Tall
Dresden

Sandizell Porcelain

Circa 1955
Covered Bowl

Indian Tree Pattern

8 3/4" w/o Handles

10 1/4" w Handles
England

Hancock

Backmark

Circa 1900
Blue and White

Compote

9 3/4" D

5 3/8" T
Germany

Rauenstein Porcelain

Circa 1900


Larry Laslo is a contemporary designer and artist from Pennsylvannia. He attended the Phildelphia College of Art and studied in Europe. He bagan his career as an ilustrator and then began his own freelance business. Among his first independent designs were those of porcelain for Mikasa. He has expanded into furniture design, silver, gold, glass, carpets and lamps. He was chosen one of the best 100 designers by House Beautiful. His work can be found in nearly any highly noted journal.


We also have a good selection of Mottahedah dinnerware and accessories which are no longer available. Patterns include Blue Canton, Charleston Feather, Creamware, Imperial Blue, Indigo Wave, Lowestoft Rose, Palace Blue, Peking Rose, and Salmon Swan.