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Art Subject: Decor
Alfredo Barbini Monumental Italian Glass Double Fish Centerpiece with Bowl
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Alfredo Barbini beautiful bullicante Murano glass double fish figurine with bowl. This sculptural centerpiece is 24 inches tall and features a double Sommerso amber and green layer with hundreds of controlled glass bubbles throughout. It sits on a controlled bubble green charger...
Category

Mid-20th Century Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Allan Houser Marble Sculpture - Two Figures
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Wonderful sculpture of two figures by Native American artist Allan Houser (1914-1994). The work is in excellent condition and measures 19 1/2"h x 12"w x 9"deep. His signature is seen...
Category

Late 20th Century Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Marble

SHE LOVES ME (BRONZE VASE)
Located in Aventura, FL
Silver cold painted bronze vase. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 275. Certificat...
Category

1980s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

JOY OF LIFE (SCULPTURE ON TABLE MIRROR)
Located in Aventura, FL
Bronze relief sculpture on table mirror. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 250. Certific...
Category

1980s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Bronze and Steel Sculpture, 'Silver Water Bottle with Flower and Yarrow'
Located in White Plains, NY
Available at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art. 'Silver Water Bottle with Flower and Yarrow' by David Kimball Anderson, 2023. Bronze, steel, and paint, 27 x 8 x 8 in. This sculpture features a...
Category

2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze, Steel

Cyclamen flower
Located in Valencia, ES
Every artwork is hand-made and supported with a certificate of authenticity. Made in Spain, 2024. Package: protected cardboard box. Dispatching terms: 2-3 working days. Location and...
Category

2010s Abstract Still-life Paintings

Materials

Sandstone

Pumpkins (Yellow & Black & Red & White) Two Painted Sculptures Yayoi Kusama
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
YAYOI KUSAMA (1929 - ) Artist and writer known for exploring a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, collage, performance art and environmental installations. She is consi...
Category

2010s Pop Art Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin

La Mystérieuse
Located in Greenwich, CT
La Mystérieuse was inspired by Erté’s design for a wedding gown published in Harper’s Bazar in 1923. Erté wrote, “The name comes from the effect of mystery of this exquisite outfit. The dress was designed to be in white crêpe embroidered with geometric designs in silver and adorned with snow-white ermine...
Category

20th Century Art Deco Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

'Golden Eustoma'
Located in Valencia, ES
Every artwork is hand-made and supported with a certificate of authenticity. Made in Spain, 2023. The frame is included. Package: protected cardboard box. Location and Delivery: from...
Category

2010s Abstract Still-life Paintings

Materials

Sandstone

Poisson En Mission"- Serving Bowl (Hand-Painted, Gold Luster, Fish, Durer)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Melanie Sherman "Poisson En Mission" - Serving Bowl (Hand-Painted, Gold Luster, Fish, Durer, Dürer, Made to Order) Porcelain, Glaze, Overglaze, Vintage Flower Decal, German Platinum and 24k German Gold Luster Year: 2023 Size: Height 4.25in x Diameter 9in (approx.) Signed by hand COA provided Ref.: 924802-1809 *Made to Order Every piece is unique, design might differ slightly Customization possible **Lead time approx. 2 weeks for qty 1-3 495 780 Her work references exclusive and precious porcelain wares from 18th-century Europe. In her work she tries to capture the qualities for which porcelain has been known since its discovery in China: whiteness, translucency, and resonance. She is attracted to the enameled and lustered surfaces of the Baroque, Renaissance and Rococo porcelain designs, as well as to elaborations on structural elements of these time periods. She is investigating surface decorations and embellished shapes in order to gain more knowledge for my own studio practice. Sherman is interested in incorporating and referencing historic drawings, motives, and patterns into her work. Studying the history of ceramics Sherman has been captivated by the relationship between East and West, and how they continue to influence each other, especially through the ceramic arts. Although there might be considerable differences between the two civilizations, the cultural exchange between them is an important connector of history and has produced a long and rich exchange of ideas between artists and makers. Asian craft traditions have been handed down to the West and the handmade aspect, even within the factory setting, is still an important concept that allows for control of design and quality by the artist, which is essential within craft of the West. Tags: 24kgermangoldluster, 70s, 80s, aesthetic feed, all that glitters, Anderson ranch, Anderson ranch arts center, applied arts, arita, arita ware, armour, art, aspen, baby, bara, be my valentine, birth, Blue flowers, bowl, calix, ceramic, ceramics, céramique, chabana, chalice, charm, cherry blossom, china, chinapaint, Chōgenbō, chrysanthemum, cobalt blue, colorado, contemporary ceramics, craftswomen, cup, cups, cute cats, decal, decarts, decorative arts, design and decoration, design dictionary, design history, design museum, designhounds, dishes, dose, drache, dragon, drawing, dresden, duerer, family, feet, fish, floral arrangement, flower, flower arrangement, flower motif, flowers, futility of pleasure, gemstone, Germany, goblet, gold, gold luster, gold powder, hand painted, hand thrown, handmade, harajuku, Harajuku fashion, harajukustyle, heart, Herend, holy grail, horror vaccui, Ikebana, illustration, imari, imari ware, japan, japanese pattern, Japanese textiles, jewelry, jingdezhen, Jiyūka, Jōshō shita, Jú shí, Just A Little Tipsy, Kadō, Kansas City, Kansas City artist, kawaiidesu, kazari christmas, kc artist, kc crossroads, kc made, kck, kcmo, kenzan, Keramik, kiddush cup, kikka, kiku, Kiku no hana, kimono, koi, kuge, lighting design, luster, lustre, made in england, made in kc, mak, mak collection online, makers movement, makvienna, makwien, meissen, midcentury modern, ⁠modern ceramics, modern craft, mom, momento mori, moon, more is more, Moribana, mother, mug shot Monday, nageirebana, necklace, obi, Ōka, ornamentation, owl, pastel, pastel kawaii, pattern, patterns, peacock, personalized, photography, pink glitter, polar ice, polar ice porcelain, porcelain, porcelain jewelry, porcelain painting, porzellan, porzellan malerei, post it for the aesthetic, potters of instagram, pottery, prahran, precious, pretty pastel please, ramen, ranchmade, red gold, red world, retro, rikka, ring, ring dishes, rose, Rōze, Rōzu, Sedensho, seika, Serving, sevre, shiny objects, shoka, snowmass, sogetsu, soup, sparkle, staffordshire, stereo, stoke on trent, stonnington gifts, suiban, suna-no-mono, surface decoration, tatebana, tatehana, tea bowl, tea lovers, thepinkstagram, tree, vintage, vintage dinnerware...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Brass

Decorated Plate (Porcelain, Latvia, Sculpture, Smooth Texture, Translucency)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Ilona Romule Decorated Plate (Porcelain, Latvia, Dish, Smooth Texture, Translucent, White Gold) Porcelain, Glaze, Chinapaint, Overglaze Decoration Year...
Category

Early 2000s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Luster, Porcelain, Glaze

''Bear with Cub'' Dutch Contemporary Bronze Sculpture of a Brown Bear with Cub
Located in Utrecht, NL
Karin Beek's (1948) bronze sculptures are characterized by a friendly, round and at the same time monumental style. They breathe the atmosphere of everyday life. Beek would like her ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Atleta 2 - La forma, nella penombra, trattiene la sua forza
Located in Milano, IT
These are figurative works, of classical or archaic inspiration, reinterpreted using strictly contemporary signs and communicative languages, decontextualized and transformed into decorative elements: bar codes, qr codes, wi-fi icons, @, symbols of well-known advertising campaigns, numbers / formulas, which combine to form the vision of a dystopian archeology of the future which bring the individual closer to goods or objects, traces of mechanical or computer elements, which testify to a reality, ours, which has already happened, already lived. It is like an eye on the archeology of a distant future, or on a contemporary discovery that indicates an end already seen, towards which we can move. The metal structures are supports that enter the composition and the aesthetic vision and communication of the topics covered. The "cages" at the same time constrain but support, they root to the ground but soar upwards, in a liberating tension. ATLETA 2 - LA FORMA...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Iron, Gold Leaf

Untitled (Roi David)
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Marc Chagall Untitled (Roi David), 1954 is a rare and imaginative culmination of the collaboration between Marc Chagall and the Fucina degli Angeli. This work is from the beginning of Chagall’s usage of Murano glass as a means of expression. In 1954, Chagall was invited into the Fucina degli Angeli by Egidio Costantini who was the master glass blower at the time. This stunning and mesmeric sculpture beckons the eyes through the use of vivid, bold colors that blend seamlessly together. Blue, purple, teal and hints of red coalesce in the center of the glass plate, creating the backdrop for a whimsical scene placed in the foreground. A man in a crown kneels in the center of the work, preoccupied with the string instrument delicately constructed in his hands. Gilded flecks of gold are highlighted around the crown and instrument, showing us the depth of the lyrical poet. The transparent glass allows us to follow suite of the man, becoming entranced and lost in thought. Created in 1954 in the Fucina degli Angeli in Venice, Italy, this Murano glass sculpture was realized by master glass artist Egidio Costantini (Brindisi, 1912- Venice, 1998) in collaboration Marc Chagall, (Vitebsk, 1887 – Saint-Paul, 1985). This work is inscribed ‘M. Chagall E. Costantini 1954 © Fucina degli Angeli’ on verso and is an artist proof. Catalogue Raisonné: Marc Chagall Untitled (Roi David), 1954 is fully documented and referenced in the below catalogue raisonnés and texts (copies will be enclosed as added documentation with the invoices that will accompany the sale of the work). Egidio Costantini: Il Maestro dei Maestri. Brussels: Espace Kiron and Espace Medicis, 1990. A different Chagall glass...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

FLORES BLACK (SCULPTURE)
Located in Aventura, FL
Shaped aluminum with black flock mounted to a polished stainless steel base with flocked feet. Size: 25 x 21 x .375 inches (base 3.5 x 9 x .25 inches). Engraved artist signature on...
Category

2010s Pop Art Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel, Metal

Danseurs et Joueur de Diaule (Dancers and Diaulos Player), 1956
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Danseurs et Joueur de Diaule (Dancers and Diaulos Player), A.R. 341 can be compared to several other white earthenware pieces created by Picasso in 1956. Each depicts the carefree imagery of dancers, musicians, and fauns to which the artist returns time and again. Framed under a sloping mountain, two figures dance with arms raised above their heads, hands clasped in a spontaneous gesture. Leafy trees and flowers mark...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Earthenware, Ceramic

Picador, 1953 A.R. 200
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Capturing the moment in which the picador stabs the charging bull with his lance, Picasso creates an image of action and suspense in Pablo Picasso ceramic Picador...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Earthenware

Joie de Vivre (Joy of Living), A.R. 346
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1956, this oval dish of white earthenware clay is numbered from the edition of 100. This work is stamped with the 'MADOURA PLEIN FEU' and 'EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO' ...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Clay, Ceramic, Earthenware

Small Vase with Koi (MADE TO ORDER) (Hand-painted, hand-made, porcelain)
Located in Kansas City, MO
(MADE TO ORDER) (Hand-painted, hand-made, porcelain) *Lead Time may vary between 1-3 weeks Melanie Sherman "Small Vase with Koi" Year: 2021 Porcelain, Gla...
Category

2010s Rococo Sculptures

Materials

Luster, Porcelain, Glaze

Visage de femme (Woman's Face), 1953
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Pablo Picasso ceramic Visage de femme (Woman's Face), 1953 is a vibrantly colored pitcher decorated with contrasting saturated greens against chestnut ...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Clay, Ceramic, Earthenware, Glaze, Engraving

Visage d’homme (Man’s Head), 1968-1969 A.R. 570
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Pablo Picasso Visage d’homme (Man’s Head), 1968-1969 A.R. 570 showcases the artist’s unrivaled ability to illustrate human nuance. Each aspect of the man’s face, from his furrowed brow to his side gaze is carefully illustrated. The crowding of horizontal lines on his brow and vertical lines on his nose bring a sense of tension to his face, which compounds the furrowed brow.There are only two colors on the plaque, black and red, but the semi circle of hair atop the mans head...
Category

1960s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Earthenware, Clay

'Lapwing' Contemporary Bronze Bird Sculpture swimming, patinated brown
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
'Lapwing' is a Bronze sculpture with a stunning life like qualities. Smith has captured every last detail and given this wonderful sculpture life. A standout piece that would look i...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Tête de chèvre de profil (Goat's Head in Profile)
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1952, Tête de chèvre de profil (Goat’s Head in Profile) 1952 A.R. 145, is a Madoura oblong dish of white earthenware clay with deco...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Paseo, from Service Scènes de Corrida, A.R. 416
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1959, Pablo Picasso (Málaga, 1881 – Mougins, 1973) Paseo A.R. 416 is numbered from the edition of 50 on the reverse and stamped with the 'MADOURA PLEIN FEU' and ‘EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO' pottery stamps on the reverse. Pablo Picasso was an avid fan of bullfighting his entire life, attending his first corridas when he was a child in Spain and gaining a renewed interest in the events when he settled in the South of France after World War II. Undoubtedly the theatrical drama and flashy machismo of the matadors appealed greatly to Picasso's sensibilities and resonated with his Spanish roots. In 1959, Picasso produced an 8-piece plate series, each featuring a different bullfighting scene suggested through lively stipple lines. Paseo A.R. 416 depicts a line of bullfighters highlighted by a streak of yellow. The strokes of blue above and below the figures contrast with the warm of the yellow, creating visual tension that anticipates the drama of the fight. Catalogue Raisonné & COA: Pablo Picasso Paseo...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Earthenware, Clay, Glaze

Hibou aux ailes déployées (Owl with spread wings), 1957
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1975, this madoura turned round dish of red earthenware clay, engobe decoration in black and knife engraving is from the edition of 200 and stamped with the 'MADOURA PLEIN FEU' and 'EDITION PICASSO' pottery stamps on the back. Pablo Picasso ceramic Hibou aux ailes déployées (Owl with spread wings), 1957 A.R. 397 features a smiling owl with wings opening above its head. The owl sits on a thin branch that spans the lower length of the plate, extending the scene beyond the bounds of the ceramic. Beautiful, bushy feathers fan out. Picasso uses...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Trois Personnages sur Tremplin (Three Figures on a Trampoline), A.R. 375
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1956, this Madoura small convex wall plaque of white earthenware clay with engraving accentuated with oxidized paraffin in a glaze bath (ivory, brown) is from the edition ...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Clay, Ceramic, Earthenware, Glaze

Visage aux yeux ronds (Round-eyed Face), A.R. 451
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1960, ceramic Round-eyed Face (Visage aux yeux ronds) A.R. 451 is a Madoura round/square plate of red earthenware clay stamped with the ‘EMPREINTE ORIGINALE DE PICASSO’ an...
Category

1960s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Clay, Ceramic, Earthenware

Picador, A.R. 200
Located in Palo Alto, CA
Created in 1953, ceramic Picador A.R. 200 is a round plate of white earthenware clay with oxidized paraffin decoration (brown, green, white) in a stanniferous enamel bath...
Category

1950s Abstract Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Enamel

"Sleeping Swan" ceramic sculpture with lace, hand sculpted flowers and swan
Located in New York, NY
This wall-mounted sculptural installation is created with hand-built ceramic and glazes, presented on a shelf with vintage lace. The artist has incorporated pressed lace, ceramic flowers in dark pink which are mounted to a wall panel hung on the wall above the hand sculpted glazed ceramic figure of a sleeping swan. A contemporary sculptural tableau of a a swan with flowers floating above. This ceramic sculpture is featured in a solo exhibition of new works by Sascha Mallon, entitled, "Mending Dreams. Front Room Gallery is pleased to present, “Mending Dreams” a solo exhibition of new sculptural works by Sascha Mallon. “Mending Dreams” includes hand-build ceramics, assemblage sculptures and drawings which capture moments in time, accessed through memories and dreams. The forms and the figures in this exhibition relate to the artist’s Austrian heritage; she creates images of animals, people, and nature that reference allegories, myths, and stories, re-contextualized in contemporary life. She is particularly interested in expressing inner thoughts and feelings and how those relate to reality. Sascha Mallon’s work encourages viewers to slow down and to notice the beauty and wonder of the world around us. “Mountains are a recurring theme in my work. They are a metaphor for the body and also allude to my Austrian heritage. They refer to the border between inside and outside and represent stability and home. My mountain sculptures are formed out of broken pieces of glass and ceramics. This work started when I broke one of my favorite cups. The mountain represents the idea that when we face difficulties and challenges in life there are two possibilities: either we accept it and learn something, get stronger, and grow, or part of ourselves breaks and we carry the weight of the loss with us. The mountain is also a metaphor for the fact that many different pieces forming a whole are stronger than the individual parts.” -Sascha Mallon Another recurring subject in Sascha Mallon’s work is a series of figures in a position of waiting, sleeping, or dreaming. For example, her ceramic sculptures of female...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Ceramic

FRUIT OF LIFE BOWL
Located in Aventura, FL
Incised signature by the artist and stamp numbered with foundry and date. Bronze with gilt highlights on swivel base. Edition: Of 275. Additional images are available upon request....
Category

1980s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Tea Bowl "Tu Me Connais VII"
Located in Kansas City, MO
Melanie Sherman Tea Bowl "Tu Me Connais VII" (Yunomi, Blue Vintage Flowers, Gold Luster Lip, Blue Bottom) Year: 2021 Edition: Unique Porcelain, Chi...
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Luster, Porcelain, Paint, Glaze

LA Fingers Signed Spray Can Estevan Oriol Los Angeles BTS Street Photography Art
Located in Draper, UT
Estevan was born in 1966 in United States. At present he is situated in Los Angeles, California the city of the stars. His work has been highlighted in a large number of the top magazines and has additionally captured a portion of the top famous people too. He has likewise coordinated many music recordings also. He is the child of Eriberto Oriol who was additionally a well known picture taker. The universally eminent picture taker, music executive and urban way of life business visionary started his vocation as a hip-jump club bouncer and later turned a visit director for Cypress Hill and House of Pain which are the notable rap bunches in Los Angeles. He was talented an old camera...
Category

2010s Street Art Black and White Photography

Materials

Metal

Kuba African Warthog Divining Figure tribal arts sculpture
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
Warthog Divining Figure. Kuba, DRC. Late 19th century. Carved wood with palm oil patina, 12.5 incehes (l), 3.25 inches (h), 2 5/8 inches (d). Loss evident at tip of right ear and on snout. Provenance: Ex. collection Martin and Faith-Dorian Wright; J.J. Klegman; Angelo Caggiula-Carulucci, chief magistrate in Belgian Congo for King Leopold...
Category

Late 19th Century Abstract Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

"Basket Weave Bacon Bowl, " Yellow Ceramic with Bacon signed by Michael Gross
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Basket Weave Bacon Bowl" is an original ceramic by Michael Gross. The artist signed and dated the piece on the bottom. It features images of bacon on yellow. 8 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 6" art The ceramic sculptures of Wisconsin artist Michael Gross are personal narratives that reveal an unusual mix of earthly magic and primal vitality. The artist works in a variety of forms, including figurines, large vessels and furniture. With over a dozen museum exhibitions under his belt, the artist is a regular exhibitor at SOFA in New York...
Category

1980s Neo-Expressionist Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Blue Catfish Vase
By Sasha Makovkin
Located in Soquel, CA
A tall, modified columnar vase with incised catfish by Canadian-American ceramist Sasha Makovkin (1928-2003). Made of a white clay body. Glaze in varied shades of gray, blue and green. Signed and titled by the artist including trademark on the bottom: "Makovkin," "Blue Catfish." Dimensions: 14.25 Height x 4.75" Top x 5.13" Base. Northern California potter Sasha Makovkin, originally from Vancouver, B.C. and of Russian descent, moved to California in 1954 to work at Heath Ceramics in Sausalito in order to get industrial experience. During the 1050s, Makovkin exhibited at the Association of San Francisco Potters and at the San Francisco Art Festivals. Five years later after arriving in California, Makovkin took some samples of his ceramics to Gumps, a high-end department store in San Francisco. Impressed with his work, Gumps featured Makovkin’s work in the mail floor exhibits for the next three years. He had periods of apprentice with Marguerite Wildenhein at Pond Farm artists’ colony and with Ross Curtis. He also worked for Edith Heath at Heath Pottery...
Category

1990s American Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glaze, Ceramic

DIANA (GLASS)
Located in Aventura, FL
Limited edition encased glass Art Deco vase with raised and etched design in frosted and cranberry glass colors. Holds Erte signature to lower right of figure. Stamp numbered with fo...
Category

Early 2000s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

"Female Torso"
Located in Southampton, NY
Rosa Portugal marble torso of a woman. Unsigned. Late 20th century. In excellent condition. American School. 18.5 inches high by 10 wise by 7 inche...
Category

Late 20th Century American Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Marble

Pinecone Boy: Sunset, 2021
Located in Bristol, GB
Vinyl Open Edition Signed on the underside New, as issued. Minor imperfections may appear due to the nature of the material. Sold in original packaging
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Vinyl

Takashi Murakami Flowers skateboard deck (Takashi Murakami skate deck)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Takashi Murakami Flowers & Skulls Skateboard Deck (Black and White): A vibrant piece of Takashi Murakami wall art produced as a limited series in 2018 in conjunction with Complexcon ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Prints and Multiples

Materials

Offset, Wood

Hexagone
Located in Miami, FL
Victor VASARELY (1906-1997) "HEXAGONE, 1988" Plexiglas sculpture containing four books under covers by the artist Multiple signed and numbered Edition 1092 of 1500 copies A certifica...
Category

1980s Sculptures

Materials

Plexiglass

The Great Secret by Martine Demal - Contemporary bronze sculpture, human figure
Located in Paris, FR
The Great Secret is a bronze sculpture by French contemporary artist Martine Demal, dimensions are 87 × 21 × 10 cm (34.3 × 8.3 × 3.9 in). The sculpture is signed and numbered, it is...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

DOUBLE FACE
Located in CÓRDOBA, ES
Ceramic vase hand painted with acrylic paint and varnished. Unique piece. Shipped well protected from Poland
Category

2010s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Cake Stand (Hand-painted, Decals, Gold Luster, Baroque, Rococo, ~25% OFF)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Melanie Sherman Cake Stand with Flowers (Hand-painted, Decals, Gold Luster, Baroque, Rococo) Porcelain, Glaze, Overglaze, Chinapaints, 24k German Gold Luster, Brass Wire (for hanging...
Category

2010s Baroque Sculptures

Materials

Luster, Porcelain, Glaze

Vase personnage médiéval, vert
Located in PARIS, FR
XXe 33 x 11 cm Ceramic Unique Piece, signed
Category

20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Vase personnage médiéval, jaune
Located in PARIS, FR
XXe 33 x 20 cm Ceramic Unique Piece, signed
Category

20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Plat
Located in PARIS, FR
1997 6 x 30 x 29 cm Ceramic signed on the back
Category

1990s French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Sculpture Autoportrait
Located in PARIS, FR
1995 18 x 15 cm Ceramic
Category

Early 2000s French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Coupe Anthropomorphe Sirène
Located in PARIS, FR
2008 17 x 28 x 20 cm Ceramic Incised handwritten signature and date “Derval, 2008”. Excellent condition.
Category

Early 2000s French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Vide poche oiseau bleu
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 4 x 14 x 12.5 cm Glazed ceramic signed under the piece
Category

20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Vide Poche oiseau blanc
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 4 x 14 x 12.5 cm Glazed ceramic signed under the piece
Category

Late 20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Vase visage bleu
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 22,5 x 20, 5 cm Glazed ceramic signed under the piece
Category

Late 20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Vase anthropomorphique bleu
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 40 x 17 cm Glazed ceramic signed under the piece
Category

Late 20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Bouteille bleu
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 33.5 x 8.5 cm Glazed ceramic signed under the piece
Category

Late 20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Pichet bleu en forme de coeur
Located in PARIS, FR
XXth 21 x 16 x 17 cm Glazed ceramic
Category

Late 20th Century French School Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Visage aux feuilles, Picasso, Ceramic, Earthenware, plate, 1950's, design
Located in Geneva, CH
Visage aux feuilles 1956 Ed. 36/100 pcs White earthenware clay, decoration in engobes under brushed glaze D. 42 cm Numbered, incised and stamped on the back : 36/100, Madoura Plein F...
Category

1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware, Terracotta

Visage et Hibou, Picasso, Owl, Vase, Terracotta, Earthenware, Face, Ceramic
Located in Geneva, CH
Ed. 172/200 pcs, Glazed ceramic 24 x 23 x 20 cm Numbered underside: Edition Picasso, Madoura, Edition Picasso, Madoura, 172/200 Picasso : Catalogue Raisonné de l'oeuvre céramique de...
Category

1950s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Earthenware, Terracotta

“Black Ceramic Snake“
Located in Warren, NJ
Sculpture signed on the underside Provenance Measurements Height: 7 inches Weight 2 1/4 lbs. Condition with a few small scuffs on the surface
Category

20th Century Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

VEGAN HEAD
Located in CÓRDOBA, ES
Ceramic vase hand painted with acrylic paint and varnished. Unique piece. Shipped well protected from Poland
Category

2010s Art Deco Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

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