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Dalia Geguziene
Santa Monica
Thank you for visiting my online art gallery. You will find a wide array of affordable, decorative paintings, prints, and drawings for your home, office, or even your second home. Many works will be listed, known artists, and I normally try to provide biographical information on those artists. Feel free to call and email me. For larger items, you might wish to contact me regarding shipping options and offers; sometimes there are ways to lower costs, which we can discuss.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Clay : Pre 1990 item #1448992
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Ada Suina Story Teller Cochiti Pottery this storyteller woman and four children measures: height 9”; 6” wide, 8” in length. This storyteller measures: height 9”; 6” wide, 8” in length. Ada Cordero Suina was born May 20, 1930 at Cochiti Pueblo, the daughter of Berina and Eluterio Cordero sister to Stephanie C. Rhoades (Snowflake Flower)...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Clay : Pre 2000 item #1438488 (stock #dg0747)
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Sale Pending
Ceramic plate of 10 1/4" diameter, painted in a traditional dot pattern of Australian aboriginal art, and signed on the bottom in the wet clay by noted Victoria and New South Wales artist Donna Goonan. Goonan has been working in arts and crafts for many years. In 1988 she took up ceramics and painting. Over the years, at institutions in Geelong and Dandenong, she has studied the history of aboriginal art in Australia. This plate is in excellent condition and ready for display.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Clay : Pre 1980 item #1438453 (stock #dg0520)
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Rare and desirable 12 3/4" diameter plate,weight 3 pounds, with three dimensional decorative devices on a dark blue background. The three dimensional aspect is reminiscent of Majolica. The plate is signed in the wet clay "Gofer" in English and I guess Hebrew as well...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Clay : Pre 1930 item #1438452 (stock #dg01181)
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Porcelain stag deer- elk figurine made by Augarten in the early 20th century. The figurine measures 6" tall; 2 3/4" inches wide and 7" inches long. Marked underneath with the blue shield with the crown on top as well as the word Wien underneath, Augarten Austria in a red rectangle and the impressed number 1501. The figure is in very good condition.