A red crackle-glaze / Rood Cracquelé stoneware vase from De Porceleyne Fles in Delft, c1960. Under-glaze red decoration of barb and starfish. The Porceleyne Fles factory (now known as Royal Delft) is unique in that it is the only still existing of all the ceramic factories that flourished in 17th century Delft. Signed with the flask (fles) mark, the shape of which indicates a date around 1950. The red under-glaze decoration was introduced in 1947 by Cornelis Hartog...
Promotion ashtray designed by sculptor Charles Vos c 1930 for the Sphinx ceramic factory in Regout, Maastricht. Elegant Déco lines and a light mint green glaze. Length "8 ¾ / 22 cm. Condition: fine.
Large Art Deco ceramic sculpture by Charles Catteau (France, 1880-1966)for Boch Freres Keramis, circa 1925-1935, depicting an ice skating couple. In excellent condition. Small glaze skip on the shoulder of the woman (original to the piece). Signed with Boch Freres La Louviere circular printed mark and inscribed 1133 on the bottom. Also inscribed "BFK Ch. Catteau" underglaze on the base. Approximately 13" tall.
This iconic design by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg proved one of the most popular of the Domino series. It measures 3 1/2" (9cm) tall. On the underside is Gustavsberg with the old anchor insignia, Stig L., and Domino. Excellent condition. SHIPPING INCLUDED IN THE US.
20 pieces of Czechoslovakia EPIAG Porcelain Dessert Set, consisting of eight(8) Dessert Plates-8 1/4" diameter, eight(8) Bread and Butter size plates-6 1/4" diameter, three(3) saucers-5 3/4" diameter, one(1) tea cup-2 1/2" high and 3 3/4" diameter top rim, with transfer wreath of floral decoration. Marked on the bottom "EPIAG" "Czechoslovakia" in green. One(1) Dessert Plate has very shallow frit on the gold rim.
Eight(8) Czechoslovakia EPIAG Porcelain Demitasse cup and saucers, Cups-1 3/4" high, 2 7/8" diameter top rim and Saucers-4 3/4" diameter, Pink Rose on white design on white porcelain, marked on the bottom "EPIAG", "made in Czechoslovakia" in green. Two(2) saucers has hairline glaze cracks in the center area.
Rectangular gilt-edged pin with relief decoration in colours and gilt of a Dutchman in folk costume and a pink tulip in front of a weather mill. Impressed mark: Frode. Height "1½/ 4 cm. Condition: fine.
This porcelain covered box was produced in Hungary by Herend between 1950 and 1970. It has an artist’s signature on the bottom. The diameter of the box is 4 1/2 inches and it is 3 3/4 inches high. The box stands on three scrolled feet. It is made of fine, white hard paste porcelain with a high glaze finish. The painting on the lid and sides are delightful. There are fruits, vegetables and flowers hand painted with brightly colored enamels...
Studio vase by Mobach in Utrecht, 1950's or 60'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.
This beautiful vase by Boch Freres measures 9" (23 cm) tall. On the underside is stamped Boch Fr. La Louviere, Made in Belgium, Fabrication Belge; painted is D2813, and impressed is the number 1046. Mint condition and very eye catching.
A lidded bowl of flattened shape. Shiny glaze over flower fantasy motif in typical Gouda Art Noveau style, c 1920's. Diameter "6 ¾/ 17 cm, height "3 ½/ 9 cm. Painted marks 741 and Gouda, gate-mark, Holland and painter's mark "P", the figures also incised. Condition: chip to rim of lid as shown on photo, otherwise fine.
Large (32cm) and fine vase (salt-fired, gres flamme) by Auguste Frere (1889-1983) who worked in the workshops of Willem Delsaux, Roger Guerin, etc, where he produced fine art pottery. This vase is signed "AFrere" and is in fine condition. Please look at our Roger Guerin and Edgard Aubry offerings on this site. Ref: "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot, p. 132.
Large Belgian salt fired two handle vase by Carlos Delsaux (Belgium, 1896-1970). Probably made while Delsaux worked in Chatelet circa 1925-1935. Signed "Carlos Delsaux" with "Delsaux" underlined. Also inscribed "Made in Belgium". 29cm high (11"). In excellent condition. One of a number of works from the Bouffioulx and Chatelet school currently available.
Large and exceptional two-handle vase by Georges Ponsart (1892-1969). Ponsart worked in Bouffioulx, Belgium, where he created salt-fired art pottery in the manner of Guerin, Aubry, etc. This vase is 26cm high and approximately 24cm across. In excellent condition. Signed and dated 1933. Please see our other Belgian ceramics by Guerin, Aubry, Frere, Carpent, Marius Gregoire, etc. Cf. "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot.
Fine vase by Roger Guerin, from his later production (around 1940), in excellent condition. This 8" vase is signed with Guerin's signature #15 ( cf. "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot), and marked M86A for form and size, as well as "Made in Belgium". For the collector of fine European ceramics.