A lively abstract decoration on this 1930's Czech jardiniere, maker unknown. The blue, mauve, gold and green are under glaze while the orange accents were added over the glaze, a typical technique of the time. The pot measures 6-3/4 inches in height and 26 inches in diameter at its widest point. It has been used and has some evidence of use, primarily in the interior; condition overall is excellent.
Pair of Lucien Brisdoux Art Deco lustre and applied pottery vases, made circa 1930. The vases measure 34.5 cm high. Both bases are signed and have the impressed shape number 84. The photographs show the vases from both sides. The condition of both vases is excellent with no damage or any restoration. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Impressive stoneware vases designed by Marianne Starck for Michael Andersen and Son, Bornholm, Denmark. Decorated in relief. Incised triangle fish mark, 6185 MS B, original labels, and 6425. excellent condition. 9 1/4 inches tall.
Two Navajo women are at the Fire Dance, on this hand crafted clay wedding vase by famed Navajo Indian artists Bertha and Silas Claw, see the two yei bi chai behind them. On the back is the brush arbor and a hogan.
The Claws made folk art pottery famous in the 1980s and 90s, opening up a whole new genre for collectors of primitives and folk art. ...click for details
Large wall tile by Gerd Hiort Petersen (b. 1937) for the Soholm factory, Bornholm Denmark. Gerd Hiort Petersen worked for Soholm 1960-61. From 1965-73 she worked for Royal Copenhagen. Since 1973 she and her husband, Hans Munch Petersen, have shared a studio on the island Bornholm. Good condition, some crazing. (see picture) Stamped on the back. Soholm Denmark Signed on front: GHP. 12½ cx 10½ inches (32 x 27 cm). Good condition (some crazing).
Terracotta sculpture 'Princess and the Pea' designed in 1913 by Kai Nielsen (painter and sculptor 1882-1925) for Kahler, Denmark. Kai Nielsen's small sculptures were sold in the U.S. by trading company Zacho & Co.. But this particular figure, the princess and the pea was required removed from the store. Women's organizations believed it was immoral. The figure was, however, subsequently sold in large numbers to the Americans at Copenhagen Airport. Signed HAK Danmark. Excellen ...click for details
Late Meiji, early Taisho era, circa 1880-1920 bottle shaped vase for flower arranging linked to a Tea Ceremony revival. This aqua vase measures 11.75" h x 5.0 diam on a 3.0" base, is in excellent condition with only minor flecks on base as usual in wood fired kiln products and minor abrasion appropriate for its age and use
late Meiji, early Taisho era, circa 1880-1920 bottle vase for flower arranging linked to the revived Tea Ceremony in excellent condition with minor flecks on base from wood fired kiln and slight abrasion due to age and use. This blue vase measures 9.0"h x 4.25" diam on a 3.0" base