Black-Eyed Susan's

Philadelphia, PA

About Black-Eyed Susan's

BLACK-EYED SUSAN'S offers an inspiring collection of 19th Century English and French Majolica pottery, Staffordshire ceramics, Faience, Oyster plates, Sterling Silver tablewares, Bibelots, and other unique Objets d’Art. Relying on her background in both the fine and decorative arts, and with over twenty-five years of experience in the antique and vintage trade, Susan carefully considers the aesthetics and condition of each treasure she acquires. Susan takes pleasure in assisting her clients in making the perfect choice when adding to a collection, and in providing a pe...Read More

Black-Eyed Susan's

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Salins
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
Antique Early 19th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
A French Majolica barbotine asparagus plate from the Salins-les-Bains region of eastern France, circa 1875. Four purple tipped asparagus spears lay on a bed of green leaves again...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Platters and Serveware
Earthenware
A Sarreguemines French faïence, Majolica round serving tray, showing a group of oranges on a ground of overlapping leaves. Glazed by hand, beautiful coloring, with a shaped rim. A sc...
Orchies
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
Antique Early 19th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
A French Faïence Majolica glazed asparagus plate from the Orchies Faïencerie in Saint-Armand-Les-Eaux, Northern France, circa 1885. Cream colored asparagus with purple tips lay o...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Platters and Serveware
Earthenware
A Sarreguemines French faïence, Majolica round serving tray, showing a group of mixed fruit, including grapes, strawberries, apples, plums, and cherries on a ground of overlapping le...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
An assembled set of six Sarreguemines French faïence, majolica plates, each showing a different fruit on a ground of overlapping leaves. This group consists of apple, strawberry, che...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Platters and Serveware
Earthenware
A Sarreguemines French faïence, Majolica round serving tray, showing four strawberries on a ground of overlapping leaves. The shaped rim follows the leaf form. Glazed by hand, beauti...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
An assembled set of four Sarreguemines French faïence, majolica plates, each showing a different fruit on a ground of overlapping leaves. This group consists of apple, strawberry, ch...
Unknown
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Antique 19th Century England High Victorian Planters, Cachepots and Jard...
Earthenware
An oversized John Adams & Co., later known as Adams & Bromley, English majolica jardinière with a leaf, fern and floral theme, manufactured in 1871. This piece would have be...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
An assembled set of four Sarreguemines French faïence, Majolica plates, each showing a different fruit on a ground of overlapping leaves. This group consists of apple, strawberry, ch...
Onnaing
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
Antique Late 19th Century France Belle Époque Pitchers
Earthenware
A rare and desirable, late 19th century French Barbotine Majolica, anthropomorphic absinthe pitcher, well known as “The City Badger”. The animal sits on his haunches, in a mustard...
Sarreguemines
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
20th Century France Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates
Earthenware
An assembled set of six Sarreguemines French faïence, majolica plates, each showing a different fruit on a ground of overlapping leaves. This group consists of apple, strawberry, che...
Orchies
Offered By Black-Eyed Susan's
Antique Late 19th Century France Aesthetic Movement Pitchers
Earthenware
A very scarce and desirable French Barbotine majolica jug or pitcher, the Orchies factory, circa 1886-1900. Orchies started producing majolica at the end of the 19th century and by t...

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