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Small Majolica Pate White Rabbit Tureen
By Michel Caugant
Located in The Hills, TX
Small Majolica white rabbit pate tureen or box circa 1950 signed Caugant. 2 tureens available.
Category

Vintage 1950s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

French Plate with Orchid Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French plate with orchid signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufactures at the end of 19th century...
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

19th Century Majolica Hen and Chicks Plate Choisy Le Roi
By Choisy-le-Roi
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica plate with hen and chicks signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufacture at the end of 19th...
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Blue Majolica Pheasant Plate Choisy Le Roi
By Choisy-le-Roi
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica plate with a pheasant in the woods signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufacture at the e...
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Blue Majolica Swan Plate Choisy Le Roi
By Choisy-le-Roi
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica plate with a swan on a pond signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufacture at the end of 1...
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Blue Majolica Rooster Plate Choisy Le Roi
By Choisy-le-Roi
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica plate with rooster signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufacture at the end of 19th centu...
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica, Ceramic, Faience

French Country Majolica Turkey Tureen, circa 1950
By Geo
Located in The Hills, TX
Vintage Majolica turkey tureen marked "Geo" and "Made in Portugal," circa 1950.
Category

Vintage 1950s Portuguese Country Soup Tureens

Materials

Ceramic

Authentic Country French Butcher Block Kitchen Island circa 1890s Unrestored
Located in Chicago, IL
Without question, the oldest and most original and most magnificent antique Country French butcher block we have ever offered for sale. What really makes this antique French butcher ...
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Antique 1890s French Country Butcher Blocks

Materials

Wood

French Country Etched Wine Glasses, circa 1820
Located in Doylestown, PA
A grouping of 6 early 19th century flint glass stemmed wine glasses, French. Nicely etched with ribbons etc. Very Provincial and simple.
Category

Antique Early 19th Century French French Provincial Glass

Materials

Blown Glass

French Faience HB Quimper Oyster or Egg Serving Plate in Red and Blue, France
By Henriot Quimper
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A beautiful faience oyster plate by HB Quimper. This lovely serving piece features hand painted flowers in blue and deep almost maroon red. Each flower is painted alternately at the ...
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Vintage 1930s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

Early 20th Century French Country Brass Teapot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Early 20th century brass teapot. By unknown manufacturer, France. In original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a beautiful patina. Materials:...
Category

Early 20th Century French French Provincial Tea Sets

Materials

Brass

  • Early 20th Century French Country Brass Teapot
  • Early 20th Century French Country Brass Teapot
  • Early 20th Century French Country Brass Teapot
  • Early 20th Century French Country Brass Teapot
H 10.44 in. W 9.45 in. D 5.52 in.
Pair of French K&G Luneville Faience Plates Hand Painted Flowers, circa 1895
By Luneville
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are a beautiful pair of French Faience dinner plates with pierced rims, made by the Luneville K&G factory and dating to the late 19th century, circa 1895. These large circul...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Country Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century French Pottery Cider Bottle from Normandy
Located in The Hills, TX
French pottery cider bottle from Normandy, end of 19th century. 13 bottles available, sold separately. Different sizes.
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

19th Century French Creamware Mug
Located in Great Barrington, MA
Very rare and early 19th century, possibly earlier French stoneware pottery mug has a blue spatter design under glaze on the sides and handle. The number 100 is printed on the side a...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Country Ceramics

Materials

Pottery

  • 19th Century French Creamware Mug
  • 19th Century French Creamware Mug
  • 19th Century French Creamware Mug
  • 19th Century French Creamware Mug
H 4.75 in. W 4.75 in. D 3 in.
1880 French Country Pair of Navy Blue Edged Folk Art Majolica Decorative Plates
Located in New York, NY
Two quite rare earthenware sculptural decorative plates in barbotine, dated 1880, handcrafted in Clermont Ferrand, central part of France, by Charles Jaubert decorator, engraved sign...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Folk Art Pottery

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Rustic Country French Faïence Majolica Square Asparagus Plate
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A rustic country French barbotine Majolica glazed Asparagus plate, circa 1890-1900, maker unknown. A natural colored square plate, heavily potted, showing bound and arching aspara...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates

Materials

Earthenware

18th Century Rustic Country French Cutting Board or Chopping Block with Well
Located in Birmingham, AL
A large 18th century rustic French cutting board or chopping block with a handle and deep well for chopping herbs and garlic, circa 1780s. This thick and heavy board has a wonderfull...
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Antique 1780s French Butcher Blocks

Materials

Wood

Set of Five Faience Knife Rests Desvres, circa 1890
By Desvres
Located in The Hills, TX
Set of five knife rests signed Desvres, circa 1890. Colorful with coat of arms and acanthus leaves.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Faience

Majolica White Rabbit Tureen Caugant
By Michel Caugant
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica rabbit tureen signed Caugant, circa 1940.
Category

Vintage 1950s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

  • Majolica White Rabbit Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica White Rabbit Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica White Rabbit Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica White Rabbit Tureen Caugant
H 8 in. W 4.5 in. D 7.5 in.
Majolica Ostrich Tureen Caugant
By Michel Caugant
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica ostrich tureen or box circa 1950 signed Caugant.   
Category

Vintage 1950s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

  • Majolica Ostrich Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica Ostrich Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica Ostrich Tureen Caugant
  • Majolica Ostrich Tureen Caugant
H 6 in. W 4 in. D 7.3 in.
Majolica Rooster & Hen Vase Delphin Massier, circa 1890
By Delphin Massier
Located in The Hills, TX
Charming Majolica vase with a rooster and hen against a trunk signed Delphin Massier, circa 1890. Reference / A similar example of this piece page 83 "Barbotines de la Cote d 'Azur"...
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Antique 1890s French Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

Três Pétite French Confit Pot
Located in Chicago, IL
Extremely rare is a três pétite confit pot only 3" high and for very 500 confit pots, you would be very fortunate to find one this small. For confit pot collectors, the most sought a...
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Vintage 1950s French Country Pottery

  • Três Pétite French Confit Pot
  • Três Pétite French Confit Pot
  • Três Pétite French Confit Pot
  • Três Pétite French Confit Pot
H 3 in. W 3.75 in. D 3 in.
Early 20th Century French Country Guillotine Style Bread Cutter with Board
Located in Birmingham, AL
An early 20th century French hand forged guillotine style bread cutter with board, circa 1910. Super sharp steel blade makes slicing everything from bread to cheese easy. A great boa...
Category

Vintage 1910s French More Dining and Entertaining

Materials

Wood

Miniature French Ochre Confit Pot
Located in Chicago, IL
French ochre miniature confit pot in an unusual and beautiful shape. This confit pot is of a design that we have not previously seen and appears to have a bit of a modern twist to th...
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Vintage 1960s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Antique French Pottery, Mustard Jar
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French pottery and although we are not experts in pottery, this appears to be what they call a mustard jar. There are no visible prior repairs.
Category

Vintage 1910s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • Antique French Pottery, Mustard Jar
  • Antique French Pottery, Mustard Jar
  • Antique French Pottery, Mustard Jar
  • Antique French Pottery, Mustard Jar
H 2 in. W 2.5 in. D 2 in.
French Glazed Terracotta Pot
Located in Winter Park, FL
A 19th century, French glazed terracotta pot with two small handles on either side and a large handle that looks like a spout. Beautiful color and patina. Please refer to photos for ...
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Antique 19th Century French Country Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

  • French Glazed Terracotta Pot
  • French Glazed Terracotta Pot
  • French Glazed Terracotta Pot
  • French Glazed Terracotta Pot
H 8 in. W 11.5 in. D 9.25 in.
French Pottery Flower Pitcher
Located in The Hills, TX
19th century blue ceramic pitcher with white flower from Savoie, France. No maker's mark. Minor wear.
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Antique 1890s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

  • French Pottery Flower Pitcher
  • French Pottery Flower Pitcher
  • French Pottery Flower Pitcher
  • French Pottery Flower Pitcher
H 4.7 in. W 5 in. D 6.4 in.
French Confit Pot Complete with a Lid
Located in Chicago, IL
French confit pot with a lid and that in itself is a bit unusual, for generally we would see a big handle in a confit pot at the top with a lid, so I do not want to guarantee it was ...
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Vintage 1920s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • French Confit Pot Complete with a Lid
  • French Confit Pot Complete with a Lid
  • French Confit Pot Complete with a Lid
  • French Confit Pot Complete with a Lid
H 5 in. W 5.75 in. D 4.5 in.
Antique French Confit Pot, Très Petite
Located in Chicago, IL
By far and away, one of the rarest of all French confit pots, are the very small French confit pots and they do not get a lot smaller than this French confit pot, measuring only 3” i...
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Vintage 1910s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • Antique French Confit Pot, Très Petite
  • Antique French Confit Pot, Très Petite
  • Antique French Confit Pot, Très Petite
  • Antique French Confit Pot, Très Petite
H 3 in. W 3.75 in. D 3 in.
Antique French Pottery Pot or Vase
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French pottery and please note, one handle is missing. No prior repairs. Could be used as a nice vase for some fresh flowers?
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Vintage 1920s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • Antique French Pottery Pot or Vase
  • Antique French Pottery Pot or Vase
  • Antique French Pottery Pot or Vase
  • Antique French Pottery Pot or Vase
H 9.13 in. W 10.75 in. D 8.75 in.
French Pottery Pitcher, Circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Small 19th century blue ceramic pitcher or creamer from Savoie, France. No maker's mark. Measures: Height / 2.5 inches.
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Antique 1890s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

  • French Pottery Pitcher, Circa 1890
  • French Pottery Pitcher, Circa 1890
  • French Pottery Pitcher, Circa 1890
  • French Pottery Pitcher, Circa 1890
H 2.5 in. W 2.5 in. D 3.5 in.
French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid
Located in Chicago, IL
French pottery jug with a non-broken handle and still complete with its original lid. Looks to be circa 1950s and adds a nice touch of French Provence color to any room.
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Vintage 1950s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid
  • French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid
  • French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid
  • French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid
H 6 in. W 6.25 in. D 4.5 in.
French Faience Oil & Vinegar Pitchers
Located in The Hills, TX
Pair of antique French faience oil and vinegar pitchers, circa 1900. Unsigned. Minors chips. Decorated with roses.
Category

Antique Early 1900s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Faience

  • French Faience Oil & Vinegar Pitchers
  • French Faience Oil & Vinegar Pitchers
  • French Faience Oil & Vinegar Pitchers
  • French Faience Oil & Vinegar Pitchers
H 4.8 in. W 2.5 in. D 2.8 in.
French Glazed Terracotta Jug
Located in Winter Park, FL
A small French yellow glazed terracotta jug from the Southwest of France. Missing the side handle. Top handle has be reattached. Please refer to photos for more details.  
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Antique Late 19th Century French Country Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

  • French Glazed Terracotta Jug
  • French Glazed Terracotta Jug
  • French Glazed Terracotta Jug
  • French Glazed Terracotta Jug
H 10 in. W 7 in. D 6.25 in.
Antique French Walnut Oil Jar, c1800's
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French walnut oil jar or vessel. Difficult for us to pinpoint an exact date, but we would guess early 1800’s based on its slender upward handles. There are no visible prior r...
Category

Antique 1830s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • Antique French Walnut Oil Jar, c1800's
  • Antique French Walnut Oil Jar, c1800's
  • Antique French Walnut Oil Jar, c1800's
  • Antique French Walnut Oil Jar, c1800's
H 12.63 in. W 12.25 in. D 14.25 in.
Antique French Jug with Spout and the Original Lid
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French ochre jug, complete with it's original lid still in tact and an unbroken spout. Great French ochre color and in a manageable size.
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Vintage 1950s French Country Pottery

Vintage French Casserole
Located in Chicago, IL
Oldish French casserole dish, with a chocolate glaze, that seems to have been well loved and used often. There is a number 6 stamped in the bottom, as well as a “Made in France”. No ...
Category

Vintage 1930s French Country Serving Bowls

Materials

Terracotta

  • Vintage French Casserole
  • Vintage French Casserole
  • Vintage French Casserole
  • Vintage French Casserole
H 4 in. W 12.75 in. D 10.75 in.
French Majolica Ivy Pitcher Sarreguemines, circa 1880
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica Ivy Pitcher Sarreguemines, circa 1880. Ivy leaves on a Trompe l'oeil wall.
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
By Orchies
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica pitcher signed Orchies, circa 1890. Mark CX 2.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

  • French Majolica Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
  • French Majolica Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
  • French Majolica Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
  • French Majolica Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
H 7.5 in. W 4.3 in. D 6.3 in.
French Pottery Rustic Handled Pitcher, circa 1900
Located in The Hills, TX
French pottery rustic handled pitcher, circa 1900.
Category

Antique Early 1900s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

French Butcher Block Simply the “Pièce de Resistance” of French Chopping Blocks
Located in Chicago, IL
“Pièce de resistance” best explains just how good this antique French butcher block really is. There many antique French butcher blocks floating around the market-place, however, you...
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Vintage 1920s French Country Butcher Blocks

Materials

Wood

Antique French Pottery Jug with Matching Lid and Large Handle
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French pottery jug with handle in a gorgeous rich ochre color. Have to say, that it is not very often that one shows up with a lid and although the color seems to match, I wo...
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Antique 1890s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th Century French Pottery Vase with Grapes
Located in The Hills, TX
Large 19th century French pottery vase with grapes. Pottery from North of France Normandy. Measures: H 8.8” / D 8.4”.
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

French Majolica Pitcher Cocoa Bean, circa 1880
By Luneville
Located in The Hills, TX
Rare French Majolica pitcher liquor bottle in a shape of a cocoa bean, unusual piece attributed to Luneville, circa 1880.
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

Set of Eight Vintage French Porcelain Lion Soup Bowls
Located in Chicago, IL
A whimsical set of eight vintage French porcelain soup bowls, each with a lion head rondel on each side, and all raised on a tall round foot. These bowls were traditionally used for ...
Category

Early 20th Century French Country Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Rare French Majolica Rabbit Pitcher, circa 1900
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica pitcher beige rabbit with a medal 1900, made for the International Exhibition in Paris of 1900. The pitcher is stamped by the store where he was sold Compagnie Franc...
Category

Antique Early 1900s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Majolica, Ceramic, Faience

French Majolica Plate Grapes Salins, circa 1890
By Salins
Located in The Hills, TX
Charming French Majolica plate grapes Salins, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Hen Tureen Caugant
By Michel Caugant
Located in The Hills, TX
French country majolica hen tureen, circa 1950 signed Caugant.
Category

Vintage 1950s French Country Soup Tureens

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

  • French Majolica Hen Tureen Caugant
  • French Majolica Hen Tureen Caugant
  • French Majolica Hen Tureen Caugant
  • French Majolica Hen Tureen Caugant
H 7 in. W 8.5 in. D 5 in.
Rare French Majolica Grape Pitcher Orchies, circa 1890
By Orchies
Located in The Hills, TX
Rare French Majolica grape pitcher Orchies, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

19th Century French Chopping Block
Located in Chicago, IL
A really great 19th century French oak chopping block with three legs with a simple carved fluted detail running the length of each leg, iron straps around the block, and wonderful o...
Category

Antique 19th Century French Country Butcher Blocks

Materials

Iron

  • 19th Century French Chopping Block
  • 19th Century French Chopping Block
  • 19th Century French Chopping Block
  • 19th Century French Chopping Block
H 29 in. W 17.75 in. D 17.75 in.
French Majolica Plate Grapes Salins, circa 1890
By Salins
Located in The Hills, TX
Charming French Majolica plate grapes Salins, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Asparagus Plate Orchies, circa 1890
By Orchies
Located in The Hills, TX
Large French Majolica asparagus plate Orchies, circa 1880.     
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Yellow Majolica Acanthus Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French yellow Majolica acanthus plate, circa 1890. Rare color usually in green.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Cherries Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica cherries plate, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Plate Grapes Salins, circa 1890
By Salins
Located in The Hills, TX
Charming French Majolica plate grapes Salins, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Antique French Pottery Walnut Jar Is a Rare Blue Color with No Prior Repairs
Located in Chicago, IL
For the past 30-years, we have actively been collecting 18th and 19th century French pottery jars and this has been based on a personal appreciation of the artistry and craftmanship ...
Category

Antique 1850s French Country Pottery

Materials

Pottery

French Majolica Plate Luneville, circa 1880
By Luneville
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica cherries plate Luneville, circa 1880.
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Large 19th Century French Pottery Tobacco Vine Pitcher with Grapes
Located in The Hills, TX
Large 19th century French pottery tobacco vine pitcher with grapes. Pottery from North of France Normandy.  
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

French Faience Floral Pitcher with Coat of Arm Desvres, circa 1900
By Desvres
Located in The Hills, TX
French faience floral pitcher with coat of arm Desvres, circa 1900.
Category

Antique Early 1900s French Country Pitchers

Materials

Faience

French Faience Oyster Plate Saint Clement, circa 1890
By Saint-Clément
Located in The Hills, TX
French Faience oyster signed plate signed Saint Clement, circa 1890. Rocaille pattern with acanthus leaves, cornutopia and insect on the center.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Faience

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Country French Ceramics For Sale on 1stDibs

Find a variety of country French ceramics available on 1stDibs. Frequently made of ceramic, earthenware and faience, all country French ceramics available were constructed with great care. Country French ceramics have been made for many years, and versions that date back to the 18th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century. Art Deco, Folk Art and Victorian country French ceramics are consistently popular styles. Sarreguemines, Michel Caugant and Luneville each produced beautiful country French ceramics that are worth considering.

How Much are Country French Ceramics?

Country French ceramics can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price at 1stDibs is $390, while the lowest priced sells for $65 and the highest can go for as much as $9,950.

Finding the Right Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass for You

Your dining room table is a place where stories are shared and personalities shine — why not treat yourself and your guests to the finest antique and vintage glass, silver, ceramics and serveware for your meals?

Just like the people who sit around your table, your serveware has its own stories and will help you create new memories with your friends and loved ones. From ceramic pottery to glass vases, set your table with serving pieces that add even more personality, color and texture to your dining experience.

Invite serveware from around the world to join your table settings. For special occasions, dress up your plates with a striking Imari charger from 19th-century Japan or incorporate Richard Ginori’s Italian porcelain plates into your dining experience. Celebrate the English ritual of afternoon tea with a Japanese tea set and an antique Victorian kettle. No matter how big or small your dining area is, there is room for the stories of many cultures and varied histories, and there are plenty of ways to add pizzazz to your meals.

Add different textures and colors to your table with dinner plates and pitchers of ceramic and silver or a porcelain lidded tureen, a serving dish with side handles that is often used for soups. Although porcelain and ceramic are both made in a kiln, porcelain is made with more refined clay and is more durable than ceramic because it is denser. The latter is ideal for statement pieces — your tall mid-century modern ceramic vase is a guaranteed conversation starter. And while your earthenware or stoneware is maybe better suited to everyday lunches as opposed to the fine bone china you’ve reserved for a holiday meal, handcrafted studio pottery coffee mugs can still be a rich expression of your personal style.

“My motto is ‘Have fun with it,’” says author and celebrated hostess Stephanie Booth Shafran. “It’s yin and yang, high and low, Crate & Barrel with Christofle silver. I like to mix it up — sometimes in the dining room, sometimes on the kitchen banquette, sometimes in the loggia. It transports your guests and makes them feel more comfortable and relaxed.”

Introduce elegance at supper with silver, such as a platter from celebrated Massachusetts silversmith manufacturer Reed and Barton or a regal copper-finish flatware set designed by International Silver Company, another New England company that was incorporated in Meriden, Connecticut, in 1898. By then, Meriden had already earned the nickname “Silver City” for its position as a major hub of silver manufacturing.

At the bar, try a vintage wine cooler to keep bottles cool before serving or an Art Deco decanter and whiskey set for after-dinner drinks — there are many possibilities and no wrong answers for tableware, barware and serveware. Explore an expansive collection of antique and vintage glass, ceramics, silver and serveware today on 1stDibs.