Large important studio pottery vase by the late Sinclair Ahsley of Chattanooga, Tn. 12" high and in excellent condition. Fully signed on the bottom "Sinclair Ashley", also bears the artist's chop. Exceptional overlapping glazes. From the seventies. Sinclair Ashley worked with Charles Counts at Rising Fawn in the sixties, before opening his own studio in Chattanooga. He went on to teach at Baylor University. One of two large pieces by this artist currently offered on this web gallery.
ROYAL DOULTON BUNNYKINS EGG CUP. "BEDTIME WITH DOLLIES". Designed by Walter Hayward. Louise Irvine reference number EC125. This version was in production from 1959 - 1992. The egg cup features two images (see enlargements for details. In excellent condition.
A perfectly-shaped studio porcelain vase of round form with mauve-colored irises on tall, leafy stalks rising from the base. The striking cobalt hue of the stalks and leaves is accentuated by the soft grey-white enameled ground. Makuzu Kozan signature seal can be found on the base. Includes original tomobako, inscribed “Made for Yokohama Memorial exhibition at the Yokohama Haurankai. This important studio porcelain vase is in excellent condition...
Modernist ceramic vase
15 3/4" tall
Marked on bottom
Excellent vintage condition
An imposing, full-bodied sculptural vase with delicately-turned lip. Carved in high relief with phoenix and chidori among pine, sakura and bamboo, the creamy soft yellow glaze heightens the imagery and intensifies the form. Renowned potter, Nakamura Toko IV signature on the base...
Rosenthal box painted with high Art Deco Modernist designs in blues, orange, yellow and gray upon a white glaze. The box, with beaded highlights in relief, has complementing painted designs on the sides as well. Made in Germany with date mark for 1929. 3/4" H., 2" W., 2 5/8" L.
A FINE VINTAGE WEDGWOOD MINIATURE CUP & SAUCER. Marked on the base of the saucer with impressed marks (see enlargement 6). The saucer measures 3 inches in diameter. The cup measures 1 1/2 inches in height. Each piece is decorated with hand-painted designs featuring a bird and flowers. Please see enlargements for details. In excellent condition with no cracks or chips.
Stangl large horse head vases
Glazed terra cotta
Trenton, New Jersey
Height - 13"
Length - 12+ inches
Width - 6"
Marked on bottom
Very good vintage condition
porcelain vase 22 inches tall 12" width era: 1950
A nicely painted portrait on porcelain measuring 3 15/16 inches by 5 3/4 inches. The unsigned painting depicts a young lady with clasped hands gazing upwards as if in supplication. The porcelain is marked only by the impressed number “107.” The porcelain is in a gold and white wood frame that measures 6 3/8 inches by 8 3/8 inches.
Two early works by Ben Owen I, both with incised decoration, salt fired, the smallest with an Art Deco flair and indigo blue repeated pattern within the incised shoulder band. Both signed with the old circular Jugtown Ware mark with a jug.
These 10 porcelain plates were produced in England by Royal Worcester in 1932. They have the date cipher that indicates this year. The plates have a diameter of 9 1/2 inches. They are made of fine bone china and have a slightly scalloped edge. The ground color is cobalt blue with a lacy fern type gilding over it. The centers of each plate have hand paint bouquets of flowers in bright colors. The plates are signed by the Worcester artist, Townsend. No two plates are exactly the same...
Coalport style 9" diameter plate with scalloped edges.
Maroon blending to black glazed bowl raised on four tripod legs. The outer layer of pottery with random cutouts, the inner lining solid.
6 inches high. 9 1/2 inches diameter. Condition excellent with no chips,cracks, repairs or any other blemishes. This piece has PRESENCE!
Handsome larger cloisonne enamel canister with geometric and floral decoration and a
foo dog finial.
Excellent vintage condition. Minor wear
5-3/4”W by 7-3/4”H
19th-century majolica plate decorated with geraniums. Hanging hardware included. Minor wear.
9" W x 1" H