Rare and Important Group of Old Paris Porcelain by Nast Porcelain (1783-1835)
Lovely and highly important collection of French Old Paris porcelain by the Nast Porcelain Factory, Paris. Producing porcelain from 1783 to 1835. Each piece decorated with a bird identified in script on the back. Several pieces are signed Nast and two include the partial label of Sarah Potter Conover Antiques, a famous New York dealer. This collection is rare to find in any condition.
2 - gravy boats with attached underplate. Underplate 9-3/4" by 5". Total height to finial 6-3/4".
One is in excellent condition with the partial dealer label. One is damage with a clean break in two pieces. All pieces are present and can be restored.
2 - spade shaped serving dishes. Both signed Nast. 8-1/4" by 8" by 1-1/4" depth. One is in excellent condition. One has a chip to tip.
3 - octagonal serving bowls. 8-1/4" by 8-1/4" by 1-3/4" depth. All pieces in excellent condition. One with partial dealer label.
1 - vase or urn. Slightly different than the rest of the collection with a beaded border. 6-1/2" height by 4-5/8" diameter at top. Dated 1805 in addition to bird ID. Hairline crack at the top. Can be restored.