Sunday, February 18, 2018

Important Discoveries

Sulkowski Meissen Charger c. 1735-8

The Sulkowski Charger -purchased by the NGV

We have found a number of outstanding items over the years, and many of these have left Australia for distant shores. It's with great...

A First-Fleet connected Worcester Porcelain Discovery

For Australians, the First Fleet is the beginning of western culture and the foundation of our present society. Items connected with this remarkable period in...

An Important Swansea plate with Welsh subject, newly discovered….

An Important fresh discovery: Swansea Porcelain plate painted by Thomas Baxter with a Welsh subject, circa 1818   Produced for just a few short years in the early 19th century,...
Böttger porcelain cup, Meissen, circa 1715

From the Dawn of porcelain production in Europe….

......the 1st and the 2nd to exist in Europe......

A Yellow Sévres new discovery, 1788

A colourful Sévres coffee can & saucer has a fascinating tale to tell, and is an as-yet unpublished clue that helps to identify a...
George Hendrik Breitner, (1857-1923)

A Dutch Impressionist painting, G.H. Breitner, c.1885

G. H. Breitner is an important Dutch artist of the late 19th/ early 20th century. Perhaps he is best known for his close association...
The Bard, Swansea porcelain by Thomas Baxter c. 1818

A Swansea plate with a Welsh subject, by Baxter, c.1818

The Bard plate, Swansea porcelain painted by Thomas Baxter , circa 1818.     Produced for just a few short years in the early 19th century, Welsh...

A Remarkable Discovery

Once in a lifetime, the rarest objects suprise us by turning up in our own back yard. There’s ‘rare’ and then there’s ‘supremely rare’....

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