CONTINENTAL CAPODIMONTE-STYLE PORCELAIN ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, each having polychrome hand-painted relief decorations, comprising three urns including one trumpet-form example set in a tri-footed metal base and lacking cover, featuring celebratory putti and fauns, and two diminutive bolted baluster-form examples including one with horned mask handles depicting soldiers and a battle and one with a bacchanal scene, and one hinged rectangular box featuring hunt scenes to front and back and cover with soldiers decapitating a figure. Marks to underside include two having underglaze blue "N" with crown above. Together with a 6 1/8" x 3 1/2" ovoid porcelain tray having a beautiful hand-painted floral bouquet motif and mounted in a four-footed gilt metal two-handled frame. Five pieces total. Late 19th/early 20th century. 8 3/8" HOA.
Provenance: From the estate of George H. Yetter, Williamsburg, VA.
Four undamaged; putti/faun urn having two chips and some scattered flakes to rim underside.