A Majolica lidded jar made in Deruta by Alfredo Santarelli (1874-1957). Of cylindrical shape and decorated in Renaissance style with scroll-work in light blue, the background a lustre or gold brown. Blue signature with AS and the rising sun, from the artist's later period, possibly 1930's. Height including lid "4/ 10 cm. Condition: fine.
Studio vase by Mobach in Utrecht, 1960's or 70's. Of sturdy shape, the mouth-rim elegantly thin, the thick and irregularly running glaze in subtle shades of grey, pink and beige.
Impressed mark "Mobach, Utrecht". Height "4½/ 11,5 cm. Condition: fine.
Limoges art deco porcelain decanter.
Circa - 1930.
Marked - F. Juinque, Limoges.
10 1/2" tall.
Very good vintage condition with no problems to note.
Gio Ponti - pair of painted plates for Richard Ginori.
9 1/2" in diameter.
Very good vintage condition with no problems to note.
An attractive, blue and white 2-1/4" high cup and matching 5-5/8" saucer made by Coalport, England. This bone china cup and saucer is in an unnamed pattern (listed as COACOA168 on Replacements) and it has gold trim. This item is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, losses, damage or repairs other than some minor crazing in the bottom of the cup...
A beautiful early 20th C. Chinese red lacquer round box with flower motif. In excellent condition. D:3" $165
Salad-size stoneware bowl from the Danish Hjorth factory, c 1920 to 30. Light grey glaze and Art Deco stylized floral decoration in blue to the exterior, the interior with a central ornament in blue, yellow and brown. Height "4½/ 11 cm, diameter "7½/ 19,5 cm. Impressed marks: L.Hjorth, deer mark, Denmark and Z 50 (model number?). Condition: wear to rim and some glaze blisters.
A hanging basket for flowers, by Kähler, Denmark, c 1920-1930. Slip glaze decoration typical of Kähler, with swirls in black, blue and brown over white, the glaze of a glossy, "watery" look. Three glazed holes for chains. Unmarked. Diameter "6½/ 16,5 cm, height "4/ 10,5 cm. Condition: chip and glaze wear to rim, some wear also to the green-glazed interior.
Five stoneware beakers or vases by internationally known Danish ceramist Gutte Eriksen (1918 - 2008). Rough glaze in superb earth colours, each beaker slightly different from the other. Marked Gutte, one marked Gutte and Danmark. Height "4½ to "5/ 11,5 to 12,5 cm. Condition: fine.
Stoneware vase by Marianne Starck for Michael Andersen potteries on the island of Bornholm, Denmark. Of slightly coning shape, decoration of circles and stripes in blue over grey, 1960's. Painted MS and impressed Michael Andersen shield mark, Bornholm and Denmark. Height "5¼/ 13 cm, diameter "3¼/ 8,5 cm. Condition: fine.
A Danish stoneware jar by Per Linneman Schmidt for Palshus, 1960's. Cylindrical, the interior glazed in a speckled grey and brown, the exterior with a dark brown glaze, leaving some stripes and the horizontal border unglazed. Diameter "5¾/ 14,5 cm, height "3¼/ 8 cm. Incised marks Palshus, Denmark, PLS, 403 and painted D. Condition: fine.
Large stoneware dish or bowl by Inger Persson for Swedish Rorstrand. Geometrical star-like pattern and scarce glaze in earth colours. IP worked for Rörstrand between 1959 and 1971 and again in the 1980's and 90's. This item is from her first period at Rörstrand. Incised marks: three crowns, R and Sweden, ip and Ateljé (=studio). Diameter "10¾/28 cm. Condition: fine.
Nice triple relish ensemble by Axel Bruel (1900 - 1977), consisting of a trefoil-shaped centre piece with knob handle, and three plates. Decoration of vigorously painted flower sprigs in green over White, 1950's. Diameter of plates "6¾/ 17,5 cm, width of centerpiece "10¾/ 28 cm. Condition: a glaze flake to the edge of the knob, otherwise fine.
These 3 porcelain figurines were produced in Germany by Hutschenreuther in the late 1940s. They are about 4 inches tall. They are made of hard paste porcelain that has a slight cream tinge. The cherubs are standing on gilded balls. They are well modeled with fine detail with a strong art deco influence. Each one is playing a musical instrument. They are a jolly little trio.
This porcelain figurine was produced in Denmark by Dahl Jensen. The D-J factory closed in 1984. It was a relatively small factory with limited production. The model number is 1032 which we believe was modeled before 1970. It is 4 3/4 inches high and 3 1/2 inches across the wings. This duckling is a spunky little guy. His modeling captures his lively personality. He is hand painted with shades of brown and beige giving him a soft appearance.
Condition: Excellent, first quality...
This porcelain figurine was produced in Denmark by Bing & Grondahl before 1980. It has a model number 2406. The bird is 5 inches high. It is a true to life nuthatch you might find at your bird feeder. He is perched on a tree stump facing down. They always walk facing down on trees. The modeling has fine detail with attention to feathers and texture. The bird is hand painted and very natural. This porcelain captures the character of the nuthatch with his alertness and precise pose...
This porcelain figurine was produced in Denmark by Dahl Jensen before 1970. It has a model number 1005 on the base. It is 5 1/2 inches long, 3 inches wide and 2 3/4 inches high. The kitty is modeled in reclining pose. He has a little twitch in his tail as if he were just awakening from a nap. Now it’s time for a game or maybe a snack. He is hand painted with the most beautiful cat eyes.
Condition: Excellent,first quality.
This really pretty Moss Rose Creamer, Sugar Bowl and Lid was made by Sango China of Japan. The Creamer and Sugar Bowl are signed on the back MOSS ROSE by SANGO. The Creamer measures 2 1/2 Inches high to the spout. The Sugar Bowl with Lid measures 3 Inches high to top of knob. The Creamer, Sugar Bowl and Lid are all in really good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The gold trim is all very good. Be sure to search our other Moss Rose available...