Mid century teapot from Palshus Denmark. Hare fur glaze and wicker handle.
Signed on the bottom: Palshus T4 stentöj Denmark
Excellent vintage condition
Height to top of handle: 9.8 inches (25 cm)
Height (ceramic only): 6.5 inches(16.5 cm)
Width: 7.8 inches (20 cm)
Per Linnemann-Schmidt (1912-1999) son of Danish sculptor Willie Wulff ...click for details
Stoneware wall hanging tile designed by Joseph Simon for Søholm, Denmark. Joseph Simon was born 1934 in Hungary and educated at the Academy of Art in Vienna. In the late 1960's he worked for Soholm.
Size: 15.5 x 4.7 x 1 inches (39.5 x 12 x 2.5 cm)
Signed on front: Simon
Signed on the back: Soholm Stentoj Bornholm Denmark 3545
Modernist pitcher most likely designed by Marianne Starck for Michael Andersen and Son, Bornholms Keramik, Denmark. Signed with Michael Andersen monogram 5689-2. Excellent condition. Height: 10 inches (25.5 cm).
The terracotta, faience, and stoneware factory Michael Andersen was established in 1890, when Jens Michael Andersen took over a ...click for details
Very hard to find large unique wall tile made by Margrethe Dybdahl, Denmark.
DYBDAHL Ceramics was founded in Allerød in 1952 by Margrethe and Palle Dybdahl. The studio produced utility items and ornaments. The Dybdahl's adored birds and bird motifs (feathers), but they also worked with motifs such as faces shaped / scratched into the wet clay.
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Bulb-shaped stoneware vase, Saxbo, Denmark. Brown glaze. Marked with early Saxbo mark (kiln with flames) 97 Saxbo, Copenhagen. The old mark was used until 1937.Excellent condition. 7 1/2 inches (19.5 cm) tall
Early in the 1930's Nathalie Krebs invented and developed a series of glazes - including the famous 'Hare Fur' and other glazes as 'Bird Feathers', and 'arctic fox'.
Hand-painted vase made by Michael Andersen and Son, Bornholms Keramik, Denmark. Signed with Michael Andersen monogram 5493. Excellent condition. Height: 12 inches (31 cm).
The terracotta, faience, and stoneware factory Michael Andersen was established in 1890, when Jens Michael Andersen took over an existing workshop in the city Ronne on the Danish island of Bornholm, where many well-known ceramic enterprises are located. Jens Michael Andersen was trained as a ceramicist at another known comp ...click for details
Pierrefonds Art Nouveau pottery vase covered in a beautiful crystalline glaze, made circa 1910. The Ewer measures 18.5cm high and has the Pierrefonds impressed mark to the base. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee, see my returns policy.
I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
Charming modernist vase made by Thomas Toft at his own studio in Bisserup near Næstved, Denmark. The studio was established in 1957 and he worked here for 50 years. Signed: TT Denmark. Height: 6.8 inches (17.5 cm).
Early lamp base from the Nylund Krebs Studio in denmark. Green/dark green glaze. It is in excellent vintage condition. The piece has the Nylund-Krebs shopmark, kiln with flames, and is signed Nylund and Krebs Copenhagen - a combination only used for one year 1929/30.
Excellent vintage condition, but the lamp need rewiring.
Height: 8 inches (20.5 cm)
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Lamp base in Persia cracelée glaze designed by Marianne Starck for Michael Andersen and Son, Bornholm, Denmark.
Incised triangle fish mark, artist initials MS.
Height (ceramic only): 14.2 inches(36 cm)
Excellent vintage condition. The lamp has European wiring ...click for details
Mid century stoneware chamotte lamp base designed by Per Linnemann-Schmidt for Palshus, Denmark. Olive glaze with impressed pattern.
Per Linnemann-Schmidt (1912-1999) son of Danish sculptor Willie Wulff, entered the Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen in 1931 and later worked as a sculptor specialising in portrait sculptures. In 1949 he opened Palhus Stentøj with his wife Annelise Linnemann-Schmidt They also worked ...click for details
Studio vase made by Ejvind Nielsen at his own workshop, Denmark. Glaze in brown/dark green/ochre shades. . Ejvind Nielsen started his studio in 1943, where he continued the production until 1978.
Signed: Ejv. Nielsen.
Height: 7.8 inche ...click for details