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Swedish Vintage Rörstrand Ceramic Blue, Grey Vase by Olle Alberius, 1960s
By Rörstrand, Olle Alberius
Located in Frederiksberg, DK
Highly collectible Swedish Mid-Century Modern handmade and hand decorated glossy ceramic vase in chamotte clay by Swedish designer Olle Alberius. Fully glazed with a light grey base ...
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Vintage 1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Clay

Swedish Art Deco Ceramic Striped Studio Vase by Gertrud Lönegren for Rorstrand
By Gertrud Lönegren
Located in New York, NY
Swedish art deco ceramic studio vase with thin vertical stripes. Made by Gertrud Lönegren for Rorstrand. Measures: Height 7", diameter 7". Lonegren studied in Vienna and Stockholm...
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Early 20th Century Swedish Art Deco Vases

Materials

Clay

Warren Mackenzie 1970s Studio Ceramic Bowls
By Warren MacKenzie
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Warren Mackenzie ceramic bowls circa mid-1970s. These lovely examples have thin clay bodies footed bases and unusual glazing. They are not a matched pair. Price listed is for both ve...
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Vintage 1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Ceramic Pottery Handmade Vessel by Mary Roehm
By Mary Roehm
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is a handmade ceramic vessel by Mary Roehm. In very good condition Dimensions are height 7.75' x diameter 5.75' Mary Roehm is known for her paper thin wh...
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1990s American Modern Vases

Materials

Clay

Large Pair of Japanese Imari Vases on Wooden Stands
Located in Woodbury, CT
Typical imari colors with both vases having a pair of phoenix birds on either side of an incense burner. Tree limbs and flowers make up the rest of the decoration. The bases are tur...
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Ceramics

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Porcelain

Contemporary Cylindrical Ceramic Positive Vase with Engraved Detail in White
By Snarkitecture
Located in London, GB
Positive – 1882 Ltd. with Snarkitecture. The idea for the collaboration with 1882 Ltd. was to reveal an otherwise unseen aspect of the process behind creating a bone china piece. Pos...
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2010s English Modern Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Large Handbuilt Architectural Ceramic Vase, Brown Swirl Drawings and Black Base
By Helena Starcevic Ceramics
Located in New York, NY
A uniquely designed handbuilt ceramic vase with an architectural construction that adds style and function to your floral arrangements. The body of the vase is an elliptical shape, p...
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Early 2000s American Organic Modern Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

18th Century Pair of Italian Maiolica Pharmacy Flasks Milano, circa 1770-1780
By Felice Clerici
Located in Milano, IT
Two maiolica pharmacy flasks Milan, Felice Clerici Manufacture, 1770-1780 They each measure 9.44 in (24 cm) in height x 6.10 in (15.5 cm) in diameter lb 4 (kg 1.8) State of conserva...
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Antique 1770s Italian Neoclassical Ceramics

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Maiolica

Early 18th Century Chinese Porcelain Plate Blue and White, Qing, circa 1730
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good hand painted Chinese porcelain plate, dating to the early half of the 18th century, circa 1720-1740, Qing dynasty. The plate is well potted, and has been hand decor...
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Antique Early 18th Century Chinese Qing Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Early 18th Century Japanese Imari Charger of Large Scale
Located in London, GB
An exceptional Japanese Imari charger of particularly large scale. Of round form with a shallow bowl, painted in dark underglaze blue with shades of iron red overglaze enamels and gi...
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Antique Early 18th Century Japanese Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

18th Century Italian Maiolica Tureen Milano, circa 1770
By Felice Clerici, Pasquale Rubati
Located in Milano, IT
Maiolica tureen “allo struzzo” (ostrich decoration) Milan, Felice Clerici or Pasquale Rubati factory, circa 1750-1780 Measures: 9.25 in x 12.79 in x 10.23 in (cm 23.5 x cm 32.5 x cm ...
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Antique 1770s Italian Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Maiolica

Roy Hamilton "Faux Marble" Bowl, circa 1980
By Roy Hamilton
Located in Kinderhook, NY
An early production ceramic bowl by famed ceramicist Roy Hamilton in "faux marble" pattern having thinly potted cream body with beige and cobalt blue "slip-trailing" design. Artist...
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Vintage 1980s American Decorative Bowls

Materials

Ceramic

Speckled Ceramic Studio Vase
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This Mid-Century 1960s ceramic studio vase has a speckled, powder-blue glaze that appears light grey from a distance. The finish varies in thinness—raw ceramic emerges from the irreg...
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Vintage 1960s Mid-Century Modern Vases

  • Speckled Ceramic Studio Vase
  • Speckled Ceramic Studio Vase
  • Speckled Ceramic Studio Vase
  • Speckled Ceramic Studio Vase
H 21 in. Dm 6.5 in.
French 1979 Ceramic Vase by F. Guiraud
Located in London, GB
A polychrome ceramic thin neck vase Signed F. Guiraud Dated 1979, made in Reviers (Calvados region) France, Second half of the 20th century.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Vases

Materials

Ceramic

French 1920s Cobalt Blue Fluted Ceramic Vase
Located in Austin, TX
A vintage cobalt blue fluted ceramic vase with Art Deco details, French, circa 1920. Broad shoulders with a tapered base and fluted form. The glaze is a deep cobalt blue, with thin b...
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Vases

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Ceramic

Pair of 19th century French Barbotine Vases, Edouard Gilles, Paris
By Edouard Gilles
Located in Dallas, TX
Edouard Gilles owned and operated his atelier in Paris from 1868-1884. His shop or atelier was one of only a few of that period known for their exquisite artistry in creating large r...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Clay, Clay

Pair of Deep Blue Antique Barbotine Vases from France, Jean Pointu
By Jean Pointu
Located in Dallas, TX
Jean-Marie Pointu was one of a few who fabricated, designed and painted French barbotine in gros relief (large or high relief), particularly floral and foliate relief in the Impressi...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Vases

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Kaolin

New, Black Dehydrated Form, Vase, Interior Sculpture or Vessel, Objet D'Art
By Nicholas Arroyave-Portela
Located in London, GB
Sumptuous ceramic vessel from ceramic artist Nicholas Arroyave-Portela. Materials. White St. Thomas clay. Stoneware glazes. Multi fired to cone 9 (1260-1280 degrees) A Video Of The...
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2010s European Organic Modern Vases

Materials

Ceramic

A Mocha Mug
Located in New York, NY
A machine turned Mocha mug with a broad band of beige slip, seaweed branching, and green glazed roulleted bands. Each slip decorated band is outlined with thin lines of black slip. ...
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Antique 19th Century British Folk Art Vases and Vessels

  • A Mocha Mug
  • A Mocha Mug
  • A Mocha Mug
  • A Mocha Mug
H 3.75 in. Dm 2.75 in.
Late 1800s Large French Gros Relief Barbotine Cachepot
Located in Dallas, TX
This beautiful antique French gros relief barbotine cachepot has unusually large flowers, leaves, and buds. The ground color is a greenish/black that fades to a mottled greyish/white...
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Antique 1880s French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Ceramic

19th Century Bronze Mounted Barbotine Cachepot from France
Located in Dallas, TX
From France, this bronze mounted gross relief barbotine cachepot dates to circa 1880. Barbotine is France’s complement to Majolica. A certain type of clay, Kaolin, is used in the mak...
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Antique 1880s French Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Bronze

Large Saxbo Vase
Located in London, GB
Large Saxbo vase by Nathalie Krebs with a form designed by Eva Staehr Nielsen. The unique Saxbo glaze designed by Krebs on a very thin stoneware body.
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20th Century Danish Ceramics

  • Large Saxbo Vase
  • Large Saxbo Vase
  • Large Saxbo Vase
  • Large Saxbo Vase
H 9.06 in. Dm 5.91 in.
French Midcentury Ceramic Vase
Located in London, GB
A polychrome ceramic thin neck vase France, second half of the 20th century.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

  • French Midcentury Ceramic Vase
  • French Midcentury Ceramic Vase
  • French Midcentury Ceramic Vase
  • French Midcentury Ceramic Vase
H 8.27 in. Dm 5.91 in.
Small Antique Gros Relief Barbotine Vase from France, circa 1885
By Edouard Gilles
Located in Dallas, TX
Edouard Gilles owned and operated his atelier in Paris from 1868 to 1884. He was known for his elaborate naturalistic gros relief floral work. The work to finish one realistic flower...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Blue Barbotine Vase from France, Edouard Gilles
By Edouard Gilles
Located in Dallas, TX
Edouard Gilles owned and operated his atelier in Paris from 1868-1884. His shop or atelier was one of only a few of the period known for their exquisite artistry in large relief deco...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

Early 18th Century, Chinese Porcelain Plate, Vase and Symbols, Qing, circa 1735
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful hand-painted Chinese porcelain plate, dating to the early / mid-18th century, circa 1720-1750, Qing dynasty. The plate is well potted, and has been hand decora...
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Antique Mid-18th Century Chinese Qing Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Collection of High Fired Speckled Cream Ceramics by Jonn Coolidge
By Jonn Coolidge
Located in San Francisco, CA
High fired speckled cream ceramics by Los Angeles ceramist and photography Jonn Coolidge. Sizes: Speckled bottle with high gloss white glazed interior: 7.5" H x 3.25" D. Speckle...
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2010s American Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Barbotine Cachepot "Auteuil"
Located in Dallas, TX
In 1872, Charles Haviland opened a decorating studio in in Paris. It was called the Auteuil Studio and it was managed by Felix Brocquemond. Many well known artists, such as Manet, ...
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Antique 19th Century French Centerpieces

  • Antique Barbotine Cachepot "Auteuil"
  • Antique Barbotine Cachepot "Auteuil"
  • Antique Barbotine Cachepot "Auteuil"
  • Antique Barbotine Cachepot "Auteuil"
H 6.5 in. W 14.5 in. D 11 in.
Early 18th Century Chinese Plate Porcelain Blue and White, Qing Circa 1735
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful hand-painted Chinese porcelain plate, dating to the early / mid-18th century, circa 1720-1750, Qing dynasty. The plate is well potted, and has been hand decora...
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Antique 18th Century Chinese Qing Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Mid-18th Century, Qing, Chinese Porcelain Plate, Blue and White, circa 1735
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good hand-painted Chinese porcelain plate, dating to the early / mid-18th century, circa 1720-1750, Qing dynasty. The plate is well potted, and has been hand decorated in ...
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Antique Mid-18th Century Chinese Qing Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Fine Pair of Chinese Porcelain Plates Blue and White, 18th Century Qing Ca 1735
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are a beautiful hand-painted pair of Chinese porcelain plates, dating to the early / mid-18th century, circa 1720-1750, Qing dynasty. The plates are well potted, and have been...
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Antique Mid-18th Century Chinese Qing Ceramics

Materials

Porcelain

Edouard Gilles Barbotine Jardinière from France, circa 1880
By Edouard Gilles
Located in Dallas, TX
Edouard Gilles owned and operated his atelier in Paris from 1868-1884. His shop or atelier was one of only a few of that period known for their exquisite artistry in creating large r...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Ceramics

Materials

Kaolin

A Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Porcelain Footed Cup & Saucer
By Flight, Barr & Barr
Located in Downingtown, PA
The cup, with Royal provenance, is finely painted with a figure of a woman with a large wicker basket looped over her left arm walking past large jagged rocks. This scene is painted...
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Antique 19th Century British Regency Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

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