each of elliptical form with lava glaze and red glazed reserves; excellent condition with no chips or cracks
each with square mouth above a bulbous body all in a thick lava glaze with red glazed reserves; one with original label; excellent condition with no chips or cracks
the flared lip flanked by double handles over a tapering ovoid body; with textured lava surfae; excellent condition with minor wear
the large bowl featuring stylized ochre leaves on a mottled slate blue ground
the portly urn flanked by expressive ram heads with undulating horns; all in a crackle drip-glaze finish
overall with blue and white floral and foliate decoration on a yellow ground
each robust pinecone finial with dramatically textured surface; mounted on later russet-colored painted turned wooden bases; wear and patination to surface (intended for indoor use)
each large ewer with pinched mouth and scrolled handle; all above a bulbous body adorned with raised stylized vines; resting on a splayed base; excellent condition.
each large ribbed jar of cylindrical form decorated in a soft yellow glaze over white clay; excellent condition; with impressed 1940's model number 724
the recumbent gazelle with long neck and turned head; all in a white glaze with fine craquelure; excellent condition; stamped 'Lemanceau'
the large portly body emanating 4 exaggerated double handles with stylized foliate motif; all raised on a stepped circular base; covered in a rich teal drip glaze; excellent condition with minor wear.
each heavily potted ewer with flared neck with scrolled handle connecting to a portly body over a splayed foot; the textured surface decorated with floral and foliate stems in raw sienna, brown and mustard glazes; excellent condition.
the well-detailed deep bowl depicting large overlapping cabbage leaves with flared undulating rim all tapering to a short foot; no chips or cracks; excellent condition.
each with short everted neck above a portly lobed body over a splayed base; raised on a separate square plinth; craquelure and some chipping to glaze.
the square open-form bowl with volutes at the angles sprouting from acanthus stalks over a circular rolled base; some chipping to glaze.
each of graceful form with pinched mouth above a flared body with scrolled handle; alternating celadon and ochre glazed bands; excellent condition.
with short everted neck above a tapering ovoid body in a deep red 'orange peel' glaze adorned with lava glaze perimeter bands; minor wear.
the large ovoid vase tapering to the base; the textured finish in black and white glaze with vibrant red streaking around the body; minor wear.