Offered is a beautiful porcelain vase created by Rosenthal from 1978-1980 to celebrate their 100 year anniversary. This large vase features gray and silver fissures and striations giving it the appearance of stone and measures 11 1/2" Tall by 11" Wide by 4 1/4" Deep and is in excellent condition without restoration or repair.
From a Pennsylvania estate is offered a three piece Maurizio Tempestini for John B. Salterini Wrought Iron Patio Set from the 1950s. The set includes two clam shell chairs and a very rare hairpin leg table measuring 36 inches in diameter and 24 inches high. The set is in excellent restored condition.
Offered is a stunning vintage one of a kind large wood turned studio chess set with a new custom board. The pieces measure 3” to 6" tall, 2 ¼ " wide at the base, and are similar size to Dansk Pepper Mills. They are made of birch, the black pieces are ebonized, and all are in excellent original condition and date from the 1960’s. The chess board was recently custom made for the chess pieces. It is 26" x 26" X 1" thick and floats off the table top on adjustable metal fee ...click for details
Offered is a rare Mid Century chiming wall clock manufactured by the Howard Miller Clock Company in the 1960s-1970s.We believe it was designed by George Nelson but have not been able to confirm this but it is definitely in his style. This amazing clock measures 33 1/4" by 20" by 4 3/4" deep, keeps excellent time and chimes on the half hour and hour. It is in excellent vintage condition showing only minor traces of age and use. Marked with the metal Howard Miller tab on front, and ...click for details
Imported from Germany is a rare exceptionally designed matte white (bisque) porcelain vase, created by Heinrich Fuchs for Hutschenreuther, Germany as part of the “Archais” series 1968-1971.Marked Lorenz Hutschenreuther Germany-engraved Fuchs signature and model #5091/28 as shown. The vase is 11 inches tall and in excellent condition without restoration or repairs. Fuchs played with the effects of light and shadow. Many of his vases are facetted so that different planes reveal themselves as the p ...click for details
Offered is a large Rose Cabat studio art pottery vase from the 1970s with the signature tiny, thin neck, and the silky smooth glaze that gives it the name of a "Feelie". The colors are blue on the top and turquoise on the bottom. It measures 6-1/2" high, and 3-1/2" across, which by Cabat standards is considered quite large. Signed "Cabat" the piece is without damage or restoration. There are three minor glaze slips to the base from firing as shown.
Large 60s matt white porcelain vase, created by Werner Schreib for Rosenthal, Germany. Schreib was a famous German painter and graphic designer, who worked for Rosenthal from 1968 until just before his death in 1969. He created several relief vases for them of which this is one. This textural piece measures 11.8 inches tall and is in excellent condition without damage or restoration. Marked Rosenthal Studio Line form 3056/30
Offered is an exceptional 1960s/1970s stoneware vessel from the Italian master ceramicist, Bruno Gambone. This Iconic Mid Century design vessel features a Volcanic glaze in a bold abstract design on one of Gambone’s most desirable forms, and measures 12 inches in height 2.25 in depth and 6 inches in width at the base. It is in excellent condition without damage or restoration and is signed Gambone Italy.
Bruno Gambone is an Italian ceramicist and painter, born in Vietri sul Mare in 1936. As the ...click for details
Offered is a large and beautiful stoneware bottle form vase with a splatter style glaze and an incised geometric design by American Studio potter Clyde Burt. This mint condition vessel dating from the 1960s measures 13.25” high and is signed with Burt’s "CB" mark.
Ceramic artist Clyde Burt (1922-1981) is widely recognized as a pioneer in the American studio ceramics movement. He studied at Fort Wayne Art School and the Cape Cod School of Art and completed graduate work under Maija Gr ...click for details
Offered is a rare exceptionally designed matte white (bisque) porcelain vase, created by Heinrich Fuchs for Hutschenreuther, Germany as part of the “Archais” series 1968-1971.Marked Lorenz Hutschenreuther Germany-engraved Fuchs signature and model #5145/23 as shown.The vase is 9 inches tall and in excellent condition without chips,cracks or repairs. Fuchs played with the effects of light and shadow. Many of his vases are facetted so that different planes reveal themselves as the piece is turned ...click for details