The square shaped opaline glass jardiniere mounted with ormolu chains linked to each corner with ormolu tassels hanging down, mounted with balls to each top corner, raised on ball feet
The circular and bombe shaped jardiniere decorated with a glazed autumnal leaf pattern all over, on a leafy green textured ground, standing above a similarly decorated stand, each marked and signed to
Both extensively decorated with slip trailing techniques of floral and foliage patterns, on a green ground with red and pink blooming flowers with yellow centres, the inside with a yellow glaze
This pretty jardiniere is French, C.1860.
Of quatrofoil form, it is richly quarter-veneered in kingwood with ormolu mounts and has a black-painted removable zinc liner.
This smart pair of jardinieres was made in France, C.1860.
They are veneered in kingwood throughout and have lavish gilded bronze mounts.
This striking jardiniere is Spanish, C.1920-30.
It is Art Deco, bronze and has a liner within.
It is signed L. Miglioretto, Cordoba.
This classic example of a table jardiniere is French, C.1860.
It is decorated throughout in parquetry of kingwood with ormolu mounts and has a new liner.
This jardiniere is late 19th century Japanese Imari.
It is decorated throughout with lush floral patterns in the traditional cobalt blue, iron oxide and gold on a white ground.