Art deco stoneware lidded jar with incised leaf pattern, orange and ochre glaze, by Cathinka Olsen (1868-1947) for Bing & Grĝndahl, Denmark. Cathinka Olsen was employed by B&G from 1896 until her death in 1947. Signed: 1703 CO, B&G stamp "Kjobenhavn Danmark". Excellent condition. Height: 6½ inches (16.5 cm)
Art Nouveau sculpture created by the German sculptor Hans Keck around 1910. He was active. in the period from 1900-1922, The sculpture is mounted on the original marble base.
Excellent condition, only a small nick on the marble base (see the last photo)
Signed on the bronze base: Keck ...click for details
Stoneware footed bowl with worm handles designed by Arne Bang(1901-83), Denmark. Brown/green dripping glaze. Excellent vintage condition, some blisters as often seen on Arne Bang items. Painted Arne Bang monogram 137. Height 2.7 inches (7 cm). Width: 9 inches (22.5 cm).
Art deco fluted jar with lid of wood and silver made by Arne Bang (1901-83), Denmark. Excellent condition. Painted Arne Bang monogram. The registration number of this design is UN219. Height without lid: 3 1/3 inches (8.5 cm). Width: 3 1/3 inches. Total height: 5 inches (12.5 cm)
Stoneware vase made by Arne Bang (1901-83). Grey glaze. Painted: AB 179.
Height: 4½ inches (12 cm). Width: 5½ inches (14 cm). There are some unglazed spots as sometimes seen on AB pieces (see pictures). Excellent condition.
Art deco sgrafitto vase designed by Josef Ekberg (1877-1945) in 1921 for Gustavsberg. Powder blue sponge-glaze with decoration in blue glaze. Ekberg worked as a leading designer for Gustavsberg from 1889 until his death. Fully signed: Gustavsberg 334 JE 1921. Excellent condition. Height: 9 1/4 inches
Art deco figurine made by Royal Dux. A stunning figure from the 1930s. Stamp mark: Royal Dux, Czechoslovakia 707P 18 3 (original label with E-mark). Excellent condition. 6 inches tall, 7 1/4 inches wide.
Art deco table lamps from L. Hjorth, Bornholm, Denmark. The lamps are decorated with scenery in relief. Both lamp bases are in excellent vintage condition with old wiring. Impressed: L. Hjorth Danmark 655. Height (ceramic only): 11 inches(28.5 cm)
Lauritz Hjorth (1834-12 ) founded a pottery workshop in 1859. In 1862 he started the terracotta production in Ronne on Bornholm, a Danish island in the Baltic Sea with natural deposits of clay for pottery production. A number of other well-known pot ...click for details