Ceramics, Glass, Porcelain, Pottery (British, European and Chinese Export)
Early Continental Ceramics and Glass:
Italian Maiolica: Delftware and Faience; Porcelain from Meissen, Sevres and other Continental factories. Later Continental Ceramics and Glass:
The superb technical and decorative skills of the great European factories of the 19th century (Berlin and Vienna) and pieces by such makers as Clemment, Massier, Zsolnay and Theodore Deck. British Ceramics, Glass and Pottery:
Table services and collectors' pieces from Slipware and Saltglaze to the other achievements of Staffordshire, Minton, Chelsea, Worcester, Derby, Doulton and many other British factories. European and Chinese Export Porcelain: Late Ming and Qing porcelain including Armorial wares, famille-verte and famille-rose intended primarily for the Western market. Paperweights: Every imaginable type of paperweight: from the Renaissance creations of Venice through the Enameled and Continental glass paperweights of the late 18th and 19th centuries to the Cameo and Art Glass paperweights of the 19th century makers such as Thomas Webb.