Steuben footed bowl, Gold Aurene and Calcite. By Frederick Carder, circa 1920's. Details forthcoming...
Fine, stylistic art deco Boch Freres Keramis Belgian vase by Charles Catteau c. 1927, 9" H x 7" W, Hallmark Keramis D. 1847. Excellent condition.
This Hawaiian applique quilt has all of the features one would hope for in this specialized type of quilt. It has beautiful echo quilting in which the stitching follows the applique creating a rippled effect. It has an ornate border, a feature not seen in many Hawaiian quilts. It is a beautiful shade of medium blue. It has been professionally laundered and is in pristine condition.
The applique appears to be a thistle type of flower but which, I am not certain...
Imperial Covered Comport bowl for the post WWII era. Beautiful clean lines will fit into most any home décor. Scalloped open rim around the bowl. Unmarked but I have found similar items at the depression glass shows in this style and slag glass color so know it is Imperial Glass company. Ask any questions.
From a friends parents estate comes this figurine of a fish seller. she is in ceramic china and pretty well painted fort the time. I am not sure but think it is from the 1950's era. Ha cannot remember. The entire item has no chips or cracks. There is a rough spot on the underside of the base but I think that is part of how it was made as this is definitely not high fire porcelain. Priced accordingly.
Offered is a large glazed stoneware bowl by American Studio potter Clyde Burt dating from the late 1960’s or early 1970s. The bowl is 13” in diameter by 6 ¼“ tall, signed with Burt’s incised "CB" mark and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. Ceramic artist Clyde Burt (1922-1981) is widely recognized as a pioneer in the American studio ceramics movement...
Art Deco blue decanter cut with alternating, intersecting zig-zag elements and stylized florals. The sphere-form decanter is supported by a geometrically cut base and has a complementing geometric, tall, black stopper. A set-of-six unusual geometrically supported glasses are cut as well. Made in Czechoslovakia, circa 1930. 8 1/4" H. decanter, 1 7/8" H. each glass.
Cylindrically modernist form with vertically gadrooned relief edging. A towering stepped back top cap with ball finial completes this striking shaker. A notched wafer strainer rests within. Denmark, circa 1930's. 9 1/4" H. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - from classic to figural forms - over 75 examples in our stock at all times - many not listed on our site. ***
Very rare and large pottery vase fully marked on the bottom; Royal Haeger R523 USA. This came from my mothers estate and I know she got it in the mid 1950's as I remember when she brought it home!(and I was born in 1952). This was a mantle vase and I have never seen another vase like this in any other medium. The color is a nice dark purple shading and blending with a pale green and cream at the top. the pattern is a leaf motif...
An enamel over copper low bowl by Camille Faure (1872 - 1944.) The 7 inch bowl is decorated with multiple large roses and leaves on a dark mottled background. The underside of the bowl is enameled in a deep purple. The foot of the 2 inch tall bowl bears a Sotheby Parke Bernet auction label. The brim of the bowl is marked C. Faure in gold near the edge. There are no cracks or chips.
This is the largest size Thule vase made by Holmgaard.
The vase, made in smoke grey glass, is 9 1/4 inches (23.2 cm) in diameter, and stands 6 1/2 inches (16.5 cm) tall at the highest point. It tapers to 3 1/8 inches (7.9 cm) at the base.
It is in excellent, near mint condition, with no discernable scratches (except for those expected on the base), and no chips cracks or repairs. Absolutely beautiful piece of glass!
The base is signed Holmgaard/1961 with Per Lutken's cypher
Vintage Royal Winton chintz toast rack in the beautiful Cheadle pattern. It has 3 bars for 2 pieces of toast. The toast rack measures 4.5" long, 2.5" high, and 2.25" wide. There are no chips or cracks and there is very faint crazing. It is marked Royal Winton Grimwades Made in England Can.RD. 195. A great addition to your collection!
Vintage Royal Winton chintz teapot with creamer and sugar bowl. The teapot is in the Countess shape and is tea for one. The teapot measures 4" high and 5.25" wide from end spout to end of handle. The creamer is 2.5" high and the sugar bowl measures 2.25" across. All pieces are marked Royal Winton Made in England and the teapot is marked "Queen Anne" with Countess impressed. There are no chips or cracks and there is some fading of the gold accents. A wonderful set!
Beautiful vintage Royal Winton yellow teapot with a tiger lily finial and handle. It has a slight ruffles neck and foot. The teapot measures 5.5" tall and 8" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks and there is overall faint crazing. It is marked Royal Winton Grimwades Made in England. A great addition to your collection!
Vintage Empire Ware chintz cup and saucer in the very beautiful Lilac Time pattern. The pattern is lovely with a green background and pink and purple lilacs and yellow flower. The cup measures almost 2.5" high and 2.25" across and the saucer measures 4.5" across. There are no chips or cracks and both pieces are marked Empire England. A great addition to your collection!
Vintage Empire Ware chintz coffee pot in the gorgeous Lilac Time pattern. It has pink and purple lilacs with yellow flowers. The coffee pot measures 8" high and 8" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks and there is faint crazing. On one side of the spout and handle is a small firing bubbles. It is marked "Lilac Time" Empire England. A great addition to your collection!
An unmarked pair of bronze book ends.The bottoms have no felt, and one is a bit scraped. The other book end shows a small pit near the hind quarter. 3-1/4" x 4-1/4"
Beautiful clear and frosted glass powder box by Rene Lalique. The box consists of two pieces, a lid and lower powder section. The lid has an overall floral design and the lower section has a more restrained version of the same floral motif. The box is 3.5 inches (9 cm) in diameter and is approx 1 3/8 inches (3.5 cm) tall. The design is commonly known as "Emiliane" or Model 70. It is circa 1920 and has no chips, cracks or repairs. The base is frosted and it is signed R LALIQUE.