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Woman's Head, Decorated with Flowers, Ceramic by Pablo Picasso 1954
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Pablo Picasso, Spanish (1881 - 1973) Title: Woman's Head, Decorated with Flowers (Ramie 237) Year: 1954 Medium: A.R. White Earthenware Clay Ceramic Pitcher, numbered on botto...
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1950s Modern Figurative Sculptures

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Ceramic

Cream-Colored Vase with Flower Detail 1973 Stone Ground Ceramic
Located in San Francisco, CA
This 1973 coarse ceramic on warm tones with flared top and flower crest detail is signed at the bottom by the artist. Fair vintage condition with repaired break on top rim.
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Late 20th Century Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Glaze

MOON FLOWER
By Louise Pappageorge
Located in Three Oaks, MI
"Clay connects me to the earth, the smell, the feel, the tactility of the material. I surrender to it and give it presence; it gives me form. Following its own frequency, clay dictat...
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2010s Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Flowers I
By Rimas VisGirda
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist : Rimas VisGirda Title : P247 Flowers I Materials : Ceramic Date : 2017 Dimensions : 5.25x5.25x5.25 in. Description : Porcelain (bisque) Thrown Underglaze, wax inlay line Glaz...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

Materials

Granite, Gold

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H 5.25 in. W 5.25 in. D 5.25 in.
Wall Flowers
By Kristina Larson
Located in New Orleans, LA
KRISTINA LARSON is a New Orleans based artist. She holds a Master of Art in Arts Administration from the Savannah College of Art and Design and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Schoo...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, LED Light

Wall Flowers
H 48 in. W 36 in. D 8 in.
Red Flowers
By Rimas VisGirda
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist : Rimas VisGerda Title : Red Flowers Materials : Porcelain with granite, Coilbuilt, Wax inlay, underglaze pencil, glaze, lustres, platinum luster Date : 2016 Dimensions : 5....
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2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Granite, Gold

Red Flowers
H 5.5 in. W 6 in. D 5.5 in.
Dead Dutch Flowers
By Valerie Hegarty
Located in New York, NY
Vanitas - a symbolic work of art showing the transience of life, the futility of pleasure, and the certainty of death, often contrasting symbols of wealth and symbols of ephemerality...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Glaze

PIET PARRA The Upside Down Face Vase Hand Painted Limited Edition Flower Vase
Located in Atlanta, GA
For the latest installment in his long-lasting collaboration with Case Studyo, Parra presents 'The Upside Down Face Vase'; a classic stunt helmet wearing Parra bird that functions as...
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2010s Street Art Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

Flower Child
By Robert Kvenild
Located in Napa, CA
Robert "Bo" Kvenild's whimsical, colorful ceramic works have been widely exhibited throughout Northern California, including the de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University, and are ...
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2010s Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Flower Child
H 18 in. W 16 in. D 16 in.
Flower Power
By Robert Kvenild
Located in Napa, CA
Robert "Bo" Kvenild's whimsical, colorful ceramic works have been widely exhibited throughout Northern California, including the de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University, and are ...
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2010s Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Flower Power
H 18 in. W 16 in. D 16 in.
Tall Cylinder with People and Flowers
By Elizabeth Currer
Located in Kansas City, MO
Title: Tall Cylinder with People and Flowers Materials: Underglazes on WS10 with Celadon glaze Date: 2018 Dimensions: 13 x 11 x 4 inches Elizabeth Currer is an artist living and wo...
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2010s American Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Glaze

"Wall Fragment No. 2 with Flowers, Tiny Flower, and Adorning Links", Abstract
By Roxana Azar and Alex Kovacs
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This abstract wall-hanging sculpture titled "Wall Fragment No. 2 with Flowers, Tiny Flower, and Adorning Links" is an original artwork by Roxana Azar and Alex Kovacs made of ceramic ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Acrylic Polymer

Ceramic Flowers For Sale on 1stDibs

An assortment of ceramic flowers is available on 1stDibs. Finding the ideal Contemporary, Modern or Street Art examples of these works for your living room, whether you’re looking for small- or large-size pieces, is no easy task — start by shopping our selection today. These items have been produced for many years, with earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 21st Century. Adding a colorful pieces of art to a room that is mostly decorated in warm neutral tones can yield a welcome change — see the ceramic flowers on 1stDibs that include elements of gray, brown, beige, black and more. Many versions of these artworks are appealing in their rich colors and composition, but Robert Kvenild, Rimas VisGirda, Roxana Azar and Alex Kovacs, Elizabeth Currer and Valerie Hegarty produced especially popular works that are worth a look. The range of these distinct pieces — often created in ceramic, glaze and acrylic polymer — can elevate any room of your home. Large ceramic flowers can be an attractive addition to some spaces, while the smaller iterations available — each spanning 4.5 inches in width — may make for a better choice for a more modest living area.

How Much are Ceramic Flowers?

Prices for art of this kind can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — ceramic flowers in our inventory begin at $85 and can go as high as $50,000, while the average can fetch as much as $1,200.

Finding the Right Sculptures for You

The history of sculpture as we know it is believed to have origins in Ancient Greece, while small sculptural carvings are among the most common examples of prehistoric art. In short, sculpture as a fine art has been with us forever. A powerful three-dimensional means of creative expression, sculpture has long been most frequently associated with religion — consider the limestone Great Sphinx in Giza, Egypt — while the tradition of collecting sculpture, which has also been traced back to Greece as well as to China, far precedes the emergence of museums.

Technique and materials in sculpture have changed over time. Stone sculpture, which essentially began as images carved into cave walls, is as old as human civilization itself. The majority of surviving sculpted works from ancient cultures are stone. Traditionally, this material and pottery as well as metalbronze in particular — were among the most common materials associated with this field of visual art. Artists have long sought new ways and materials in order to make sculptures and express their ideas. Material, after all, is the vehicle through which artists express themselves, or at least work out the problems knocking around in their heads. It also allows them to push the boundaries of form, subverting our expectations and upending convention. As an influential sculptor as much as he was a revolutionary painter and printmaker, Pablo Picasso worked with everything from wire to wood to bicycle seats.

If you are a lover of art and antiques or are thinking of bringing a work of sculpture into your home for the first time, there are several details to keep in mind. As with all other works of art, think about what you like. What speaks to you? Visit local galleries and museums. Take in works of public art and art fairs when you can and find out what kind of sculpture you like. When you’ve come to a decision about a specific work, try to find out all you can about the piece, and if you’re not buying from a sculptor directly, work with an art expert to confirm the work’s authenticity.

And when you bring your sculpture home, remember: No matter how big or small your new addition is, it will make a statement in your space. Large- and even medium-sized sculptures can be heavy, so hire some professional art handlers as necessary and find a good place in your home for your piece. Whether you’re installing a towering new figurative sculpture — a colorful character by KAWS or hyperreal work by Carole A. Feuerman, perhaps — or an abstract work by Won Lee, you’ll want the sculpture to be safe from being knocked over. (You’ll find that most sculptures should be displayed at eye level, while some large busts look best from below.)

On 1stDibs, find a broad range of exceptional sculptures for sale. Browse works by your favorite creator, style, period or other attribute.

Questions About Ceramic Flowers
Prices for most ceramic flowers on 1stdibs are negotiable. You’ll see a "Make an Offer" button on the item details page, indicating that the seller is willing to consider a lower price. It’s not uncommon for customers to get 15–25% off the list price after negotiating. See our tips for negotiating like a pro.
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