Atlanta Antique Gallery - Bisque

Porcelain and Ceramics - Bisque
Bisque Bisque, also called biscuit, is a fired piece of unglazed ceramic ware. Depending on the technique and materials used, it is either the final article, such as dolls' heads, or an intermediary stage before the article has a coating of glaze applied and is then fired again. There are many fine victorian pieces out there, including Piano Babies, which were very popular in the Victorian era.

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Description: 3 3/4."
Item #: RPM-63176
Condition: Antique
Price: $89.00
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Description: German. 1890's. Boy with book bag and girl with music brief. Sold as a pair.
Item #: EML-62708
Condition: Antique
Price: $150.00
Sale: $90.00
Save: 40%
Save: $60.00
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Description: German Bisque Piano Baby. Recumbent, 10" Minor defect, on one leg where a hair from the original paint brush can be seen.
Item #: RPM-24344
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $359.00
Sale: $270.00
Save: 25%
Save: $89.00
Qty: 1

Description: German Bisque Piano Baby. Marked #81, bow on shoulder sitting up, chip in hair, 8" tall.
Item #: RPM-24980
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $379.00
Sale: $349.00
Save: 8%
Save: $30.00
Qty: 1

Description: German Bisque Piano Baby. Marked 23/542, bow on the back, 10" long.
Item #: RPM-24986
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $459.00
Qty: 1

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