This porcelain figurine was produced in Denmark by Bing & Grondahl between 1948 and 1951. The base is impressed with the signature of the renowned artist, Dahl Jensen. It has a model number, 1628. The peacock measures 15 inches long and 7 1/2 inches high. The modeling is well done, with excellent detail. The figurine is hand painted in natural colors. His pose displays his regal splendor.
Condition: Excellent, first quality.
Here is a stunning miniature four sided bowl created by Berndt Friberg for Gustavsberg. It measures 1" (2.5) high and is 2 1/4" (5.5cm) in diameter. Incised in the perfect foot is Friberg, the Gustavsberg studio hand insignia, and the date 1976. An exceptional glaze and in mint condition.
This exceptional miniature bowl measures 1" (2.5cm) high and is 1 3/4" (4.5cm) in diameter. The markings in the interior of the perfect foot ring are difficult to discern, but this piece is absolutely authentic. The brown haresfuy glaze is stunning. Mint condition.
This porcelain figurine of a pair of falcons was produced in Germany by Karl Ens Volkstedt in the 1950s. It measures 10 1/2 inches high and 8 3/4 inches long. They are well modeled with excellent detail. See how their eyes, beaks and talons are defined. They are hand painted in natural colors. They appear to be a mated pair on the watch for prey.
This splendid vase by Erich and Ingrid Triller (TOBO) measures 4 3/8" (11cm) and is 2 1/2" (6.5cm) in diameter. On the underside is painted Triller Tobo. Mint condition.
This lovely vase, with its extremely eye-catching glaze, measures 5" (13cm) tall and is 2 5/8" (6.5cm) in diameter. On the underside is incised R with three crowns, Sweden, CHS and the model number SYP. Mint condition.
This highly collectable ribbed bowl is by the master Arne Bang. It measures 4 1/8" (10cm) high and is 5 1/8" (13cm) in diameter. On the underside is painted the artist's initials AB. A few insignificant glaze pops, otherwise excellent condition.
This visually stunning vase measures 9 1/2" (24cm) tall. On the underside is incised R with three crowns, Sweden, G.N. and the model code ARX. The glaze is one of Nylund's finest. Mint condition.
Here is a stunning example of Vicke Lindstrand's autumn vase for Kosta. It measures 16 3/4" (17cm) tall. On the underside is incised Kosta and LU 2011. This is a object of exceptional quality. Excellent condition.
Here is an extraordinary example of the artistry of the celebrated Axel Salto. The bowl, in the budding style, measures 2 7/8" (17.5cm) and is 4 3/4" (12.5cm). On the underside is incised SALTO, painted are the three wavy lines, Denmark, and the numeral 20566. The solfatara glaze is spectacular. Mint condition.
Here is a vintage (probably 1940s-50s) advertisement for an exhibition of Gustavsberg ceramics (Kage, Lindberg, Friberg) at the New York location of George Jensen on 53rd Street. Illustrated is an excellent example of Stig Lindberg's faience series. It measures 5" (12.5cm) by 5 3/8" (14cm). Mint condition.
Here is a charming Saxbo bud vase. It measures 4" (10cm) tall and is 2 1/2" (6cm) in diameter. On the underside is impressed the ying-yang symbol, Denmark, 4 dots, and the numerals 37 and 2. A superb glaze. Mint condition.
This is a very lovely small vessel by the great Axel Salto for Royal Copenhagen, part of his budding series. The tenmoku glaze is excellent. It measures 2 1/8"(5.5cm) high and is 2 1/5" (6.5cm) in diameter. On the underside is incised Salto and three wavy lines.
This large bowl by the master Berndt Friberg has a spectacular aniara glaze. It measures 11 1/2" (29.5cm) in diameter and is 3 3/4" (9.5cm) high. On the understand is incised Friberg with the Gustavsberg hand insignia. The date code K means this superb item was created in 1969. Mint condition.
This porcelain figurine was produced in Germany by Rosenthal in the 1950s. It has the artist’s signature, Fritz Heidenreich, impressed into the base. The bird measures 9 5/8 inches high and is 9 1/2 inches long. The bird is modeled with his beautiful tail feathers extended in their natural splendor. The colors are brilliant. He is wonderful to look at from any position. Heidenreich had the ability to bring this exotic bird alive in porcelain.
This porcelain figurine was produced in Germany by Hutschenreuther in the 1950s. The figurine is signed by the artist G. Granget. It measures 9 1/2 inches high, 9 inches wide and 7 inches long. The modeling is superbly done with fine detail. The hand painting defines the plumage with exact detail. The colors are bright and realistic. The blue jay, with outstretched wings, appears to be launching himself into the air...
Portugues ceramic jug imitating wooden trunk. Probably Ca 1950. Signed. H/15 W/8 D/7.
Big ceramic mask by or after Italian professor E. Pattarino. Male face with curly hair and beard surrounded by vine leafs and colored grapes. There is a number in gold and by the style of writing it look it is made by Pattarino. H/15 W/15.1/2 D/6 inches.