A well-made vintage Art Deco porcelain figural pin dish in the form of a bathing beauty reclining on an oyster shell. This 3-1/2 x 2-3/8" vanity item stands 1-7/8" high, it is fully hand painted, and the shell has an irridescent mother-of-pearl lustre glaze. It is stamped GERMANY 4027. on the bottom, and this decorative item is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, crazing, losses, damage or repairs...
Rookwood pottery globular
vase with celedon glaze and
decoration. Base impressed
with Rookwood logo,
dated 1944, pattern
#6509. (Overall crazing
and a hairline.)
Large Rookwood vase with
circular foot and flared
rim and two bands of leaf
decoration; in a tan glaze
with impressed Rookwood
logo, dated 1947, pattern
Pair Of Gilded Metal Bookends With Design Of Swallows In Flight. Circa 1930's. Jennings Bros. Label. Size: 6.25" H x 4" W x 3.75" D.
This spectacular miniature by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg measures 1¾" (4.5cm). On the underside of the foot is incised Friberg and the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia. This mini was created in 1967. Mint condition.
This is a truly elegant shaped TOBO vase by Erich and Ingrid Triller. It measures 6 3/8" (16cm) tall. On the underside is painted Tobo Triller. The unusual glaze is a yellow ochre, and one of the finest examples of the Triller's artistry. Mint condition.
This extraordinary and sensuous ceramic sculpture depicts a muscular young man embracing an exaggerated grape cluster. "Drunken Young Man", by Kai Nielsen for Bing & Gröndahl in Copenhagen. This sculpture was one of a series known as "Vinhosten" issued in 1912. Absolutely stunning and in mint condition. It measures 4½" (10.5cm). On the underside is incised KAI NIELSEN, 12, impressed is KOBENHAVN, B & G, the insignia of three houses. Impressed is 4024, 51C. Painted in black is Ø.775.
This lovely vase by Cowan features reliefs of various animals and measures 8" (20cm) tall. On the underside is impressed Cowan and a flower insignia. Mint condition.
Rookwood matt glazed vase with relief decoration of cattails, with impressed mark dating it to 1926.
This is a rarely found object as part of Wilhelm Kåge's celebrated Argenta series produced for Gustavsberg. It measures 1 5/8" tall and is 1 7/8" in diameter. On the underside is painted in silver Argenta, the old Gustavsberg anchor insignia, Gustavsberg, 958. Impressed is the letter S. Excellent condition. There is crazing, which is normal for the glaze.
This is an exceptionally rare advertising for Gustavsberg Studio ceramics. It measures 3 5/8" (9 cm) long. Excellent condition.
This footed bowl is from Gunnar Nylund's early years with Bing and Gröndahl. It was created between 1926 and 1928. It measures 4¼" (11cm) high and is 4½" (11.5cm) in diameter. The bowl is on four feet. The glaze is extraordinary and designed to resemble flames surrounding a cauldron. Mint condition.
A stunning porcelain cat with a deep turquoise glaze. The eyes are black and the turquoise color is exceptional. Note: The photos are capturing reflections. The glaze is even in color. In excellent condition, this cat measures 8” x 8” (20.3 cm x 20.3 cm).
An Iznik Polychrome Bowl, 20th Century
This molded shallow bowl has a short flared rim and is decorated in brick red, sage green and blue. The motif consists of an Arabesque design with lozenge forms and stylized carnations in polychrome colors over a creamy white ground with a crackled finish. The verso has a pronounced foot rim that is sparsely decorated and unmarked.
Size: 9 ½” Diameter
Price: $300.00 USD
This rare, figural Japonesque faience vase was produced by Hautin, Boulenger & Company (HB & Cie) of Choisy le Roi, France, in the late nineteenth century. It measures 12" high, 7.5" wide and 5.5" deep (30.5 by 19.1 by 14 cm) and weighs an estimated 2-3 lbs. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, visible cracks or restorations. Style number is 998. This item resides in our client's gallery in Westchester County NY and may be seen by appointment.
This 9" t. ceramic sculpture is by the Cleveland School artist Emilie Scrivens, who began an intensive study of pottery, sculpture, and mold-making as a WPA artist in the Federal Art Project of Cleveland, under Edris Eckhardt. Over time, her skills improved sufficiently that she won awards from the annual May Show of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
In 1944 she entered a piece there called MY MOTHER, which may be this very piece...
This extremely rare 10.75" plate was thrown on a potter's wheel and hand-decorated by Lawrence Blazey in 1934. Blazey studied pottery seriously for the first time only after Cowan Pottery closed in 1931, after which time Russell Barnett Aitken and Harold Hunsicker inherited Cowan's wheel and set up shop as the Pottery Workshop (a few years later).
As this piece indicates, Blazey's first attempts were not fully successful...
This ceramic sculpture was made by Summitville Tile Company, for whom Don Schreckengost (Viktor's brother) was the chief artist director. The tile itself measures 6.25" square and is mounted on its original wood backing...