A fine and delicately thrown tea bowl in Japanese style covered by blue and grey glazes. The interior bottom w. an incised pattern. Signed Gutte Eriksen (1918–2008). Made during the 1960s. H 6 cm, D 10.5 cm. Condition: perfect.
A early, unusual and rare gourd-shaped vase decorated w. a running, crackled, slightly pink glaze over a mottled reddish brown glaze. Signed HAK for the Kähler Factory in Naestved, Denmark. Circa 1910. H 19 cm, D 11 cm. Condition: Perfect.
Large hexagonal bowl of stoneware with Maria and the Jesus Child as motif in the bottom rendered in high relief. Covered allover in a powerful solfatara glaze turning into olive green at the outer rim. Signed Jais Nielsen in blue (meaning that the artist has signed the piece in person). For Royal Copenhagen, Denmark (20696), dated 1956. W 21 cm, H 7.5 cm. Condition: Perfect.
A pair of French art glass vases done in two different techniques. The larger one in fused, polychrome glass dominated by yellow and green colors, and the smaller w. acid marking in ‘volcanic surface’ in predominantly dark purple and whitish patterns. Signed: Villelbannes?. France, ca. 1960. H 21 cm, H 14.5 cm. Condition: Perfect. Price: 270 USD including shipping.
An elegant shape , low bowl in the style of the Chinese Song ceramics, by Axel Salto. Decorated with mottled green, brown and mustard color glazes. Signed Salto , Royal Copenhagen. Made in 50’s. H. 4,2 cm. Diam. 15,5 cm. = 6.1 inches. Very good condition.
A unique, interesting and well-conceived, semi-covered bowl of ovoid shape made of 2 pieces of carved hard-wood. The elegant form is further enhanced by the strong veins in the wood, an African type of wood called Zebrano. Fire stamped in the bottom: Sowe Konst (Art from Sowe), Sovestad, north of Ystad, Sweden. It is a unique creation of the designer Sigvard Nilsson (1931-2007), founder of the Sowe Konst Industrial design company. A good part of the production was exported to the USA. Ca. 1965. ...click for details
A slender, cylindrical vase of stoneware decorated w. a mottled, reddish-brown glaze of the ‘hare-fur’ type characteristic for Scandinavian stoneware in the mid-20th century. Signed: Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand. Sweden, ca. 1950. H 24 cm. Condition: Flawless.
An unusual and very rare vase of stoneware by the famous Danish designer and ceramic maker Christian Joachim (1870–1943).* The twisted vase, which has been made to turn clock-wise, is covered in a thick, red-purplish, running glaze. Signed in the bottom: Joachim for Royal Copenhagen and the number S. 501. Ca. 1907–8. H 21 cm. Condition: Very fine (minor scratches due to age).
Christian Joachim was a leading artist and designer of soft paste ceramic at Royal Copenhagen. In the early years of th ...click for details