Rare art nouveau vase (skonvirke) from the Danish factory Moller & Bogelys Keramiske Kunstbrænderi. The factory existed only for four years (1917-1920). They produced exclusively unique items. The works from the this factory was inspired by Thorvald Bindesboll, organic forms and decorations. This vase is glazed in green and brown colors on raised pattern. 9 inches tall and 7 1/2 inches wide. Signed: Factory mark 8 EP(artist). Excellent condition.
Stoneware vase designed by Marianne Starck for Michael Andersen and Son, Bornholm, Denmark. Cracelée glaze. Incised triangle fish mark, artist initials MS. Excellent condition. 10 1/4 inches (26 cm) tall.
Large earthenware bowl designed by Mari Simmulson (1911-2000). Mari Simmulson was educated at the Art School, Tallin, Estonia; Arabia, Finland; and at the Academy of Visual Art in Germany. She was employed at Gustavsberg, where she worked together with Wilhelm Kage. From 1942-72 she was the leading artist at Upsala-Ekeby. Most of her work is in expressionist style, and it is represented at Museums all over the world. Perfect condition. Signed: UE 4064 Maris. Back signed by the artist. Size: 12 1 ...click for details
Stoneware vase made by Jørgen Mogensen (b. 1927) for Royal Copenhagen 1966. The vase is decorated with sung glaze depicting stylized fish on all four sides in relief. First quality. Excellent condition. Painted mark: 21826 (3 waves)" Impressed JM monogram, printed "Royal Copenhagen (crown) Denmark. 7 1/2 inches tall.