The size of Trinket Box: 2 3/8" Long x 1 1/4" W x 2 1/4" High. This is very adorable French Porcelain Limoges Trinket Pig Box. It is all hand painted. The subject of Little lady pig taking the nap on the blue cushion with semi bikini. Inside box has her bikini top as well as sunglass and necklace. The bottom of Box said, "Peint Main B.L" signed with Limoges France marked. The metal works are done in copper instead of brass(yellow). This is most adorable Trinket Pig Box seen...
This interesting vase has a notch in it making it look a little like Pac Man, but giving it a very distinct form. However, we believe that it was created in a studio by excellent ceramicists who decorated the vase with free flowing green and blue glazes. One side has a stack of incised chevrons running down the center. The underside is marked with what appears to be W NZ VI, marks whose identity elude us...
A fine Moorcroft dish with a cobalt blue ground decorated in relief and heavy enamels in the form of a large ebullient flower and leaves. The back is stamped with the William Moorcroft signature, Made in England, Potter To HM The Queen, and yet another signature.
The condition is very good without damage. The plate has light crazing on the underside.
Diameter 7 1/4"
Superb Mashiko Pottery Tea Bowl by greatest British artist Bernard Leach. It was made around 1955 and it comes with its originally signed wooden box in mint condition. A must have for all collectors of Japanese tea bowls and other important ceramics and for Mingei connaisseurs.
Size: appro. 7 cm height x 12,3 cm in diameter.
Bernard Leach, in full Bernard Howell Leach, (born January 5, 1887, Hong Kong—died May 6, 1979, St...
This By the noted and talented Italian designer Arrigo Finzi (1890-1973), this charger is one of few made with this surrealist compilation of masks.
Measures 12 3/4" in diameter, and 1 3/4" deep, of heavy porcelain.
Signed on back with Finzi signature, "oro zecchino" and "Depinto a mano".
Very few of these were made, and all were hand decorated.
The surface is highly textured and gilded with a high content gold, the color rich and deep...
Large size Lenox Rose Pattern Porcelain and Sterling Rim serving Charger, Platter, Ca. 1930's, 14 1/2" diameter, 3" high, and 1" wide for Sterling Rim with repoussé repeated pattern and multiple smaller rose and floral design in outer circle, and large bouquet of floral design in the center. Marked "Lenox, made in USA" in green, "Lenox Rose" in purple plus sterling marked "Wallace Sterling 4179" on the bottom. The condition is good, no damages.
This ceramic wall plaque was produced in France at the Manufacture Nationale de Sevres in 1928. The artist is Adrian August Leduc. His painted signature is on the back of the plaque as well as an impressed mark. It measures 11 ¼ inches in diameter and is 1 ½ inches deep. The design is abstract and high relief. There are rows of white circles with gray accents. There is wonderful texture to the surface...
This very impressive vase by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg measures 7" high and is 4 3/4" in diameter. The glaze is a complex of earthtones and is gorgeous. On the underside is incised the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia and Stig L. (see photo for marking). Excellent condition.
A small slipware dish attributed to Bernard Leach 1920's or early 1930's. Slip trailed with a design which was used by Bernard Leach. Notched edge. 19.4 cms.across. Incised after the firing (possibly at a later date)with a letter 'B'. From the collection of the potter, Harry Horlock-Stringer, who had a number of pieces by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada.
Excellent condition,very light wear to inner surface.
Beautiful lobed Kutani yaki dish in Yoshidaya style, modern. Decoration of cherry blossom – sakura - in white, aubergine, green, speckled yellow and gilt. The back with a character in gilt, possibly Qiu, meaning Autumn. It is also defined by Graesse in his classical work about pottery and porcelain marks as from the village of Shinomine in Arita. Diameter "6 ¼ / 16 cm, height "1 ¼ / 3 cm. Condition: fine.
An early slipware bowl made by Michael Cardew, Bernard Leach's first student, at the St.Ives Pottery,1923-1926. Earthenware body with sgraffito quatrefoil/lotus design. Impressed St.Ives Pottery seal.
See 'Bernard Leach,Hamada & their Circle from the Wingfield Digby Collection, plate 126, for a Michael Cardew early Winchcombe bowl of the same design.
Excellent condition,very minor wear to inside bowl, inconsequential kiln mark on the rim.
This gorgeous miniature vase by Berndt Friberg has a superb cream yellow haresfur glaze. It measures 4" high. On the underside of the perfect foot (there is a controlled pooling of the graze right above the footrim that is remarkable) is incised Friberg with the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia, and the letter d. This little masterpiece was created in 1962. Mint condition. The photos hardly do justice to the beauty of this piece.
A very rare St.Ives Pottery slipware jug,c.1923,made by Michael Cardew.
Incised with the rhyme ' A BIRD IN HAND IS BETTER FAR THAN TWO THAT IN THE BUSHES ARE.
Impressed with the St.Ives Pottery seal. 15 cms. high.
Good condition. Small glaze flakes below the handle, glaze chip on the rim. Uneven glaze from the early firing.
Exhibited in the Oxford Ceramics Gallery exhibition - 100 YEARS OF THE LEACH POTTERY,2020.
A rare and early slipware dish made at Bernard Leach's St.Ives Pottery, probably by Bernard Leach,1930's.
Earthenware body with notched rim.Large early square St.Ives Pottery seal. 26.8 cms across, Excellent condition, two minor rim chips. Authenticity guaranteed.
Exhibited at The Oxford Ceramic Gallery Exhibition,100 YEARS OF THE LEACH POTTERY, 2020
An early slipware jug made by Bernard Leach, c.1930.
most probably at the St.Ives pottery. Slip trailed on the front with a Bernard Leach motif. Impressed with the Bernard Leach's personal early script seal. Nice condition. Some wear to the glaze around the rim, some light blistering to the glaze around the handle and back of the jug. c.9.3 cms tall.
Exhibited at Oxford Ceramic Gallery exhibition - 100 Years Of The Leach Pottery, 2020.
Offered is an extraordinary foot vase by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. The oxblood glaze is superb. It measures 6 1/2" high and is 6 1/4" in diameter. On the underside of the perfect foot ring is incised Friberg with the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia, and the date code J. This masterpiece was created in 1968. One original label is full intact; the other is partially intact. Superb condition.
This is a truly exceptional vase by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden. The glaze is a complex of browns with raised white decorations. On the underside is incised the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia. This fabulous vase measures 6 1/2" high and is 4" in diameter. This vase was created in 1961.
Offered is a magnificent vase by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg, Sweden, with a gorgeous yellow haresfur glaze. It measures 9" tall and is 2 1/2" in diameter. On the underside is incised Friberg with the Gustavsberg Studio hand insignia and the date code I. This stunning vase was created in 1967. Mint condition.