Intrigue Collection

Amsterdam, NL

About Intrigue Collection

Founder Eric von Robertson is an artist, traveler and collector of artifacts, who gained his Masters in Fine Arts from Amsterdam’s Sandberg Institute in 2008. To extend his interests in nomadic art, textiles and early modernist design, in 2012 he established the Intrigue Collection. This collection specializes in trading the finest vintage Berber tribal carpets and Dutch Art Deco glass and ceramics. Berber carpets are an essential element in homes worldwide thanks to their popularity with Modernist architects and designers. From the 1930s to 1960s, Alvar and Aino Aalto,...Read More

Intrigue Collection

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Eric von Robertson
21st Century Netherlands Modern Contemporary Art
Latex, Paper
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular...
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Vintage 1960-1969 Morocco Tribal Moroccan and North African Rugs
Wool
An extraordinary hand-knotted woollen carpet from the Aït Bou Ichaouen tribe. This seductive pattern and brazen color combination resonates far beyond the weavings of traditional ...
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20th Century North Africa Modern Moroccan and North African Rugs
Beneath this heavy pile of crimson and purple wool lays an intricate flat-weave pattern. An exceptional display of craft and detail, a master weaving with subtlety and character. ...
Eric von Robertson
21st Century Netherlands Brutalist Contemporary Art
Latex, Archival Paper
This is the last work in a limited edition of three handmade "Extrusion" drawings. A very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the...
Societe Ceramique Maestricht
Mid-20th Century Netherlands Art Deco Vases
Ceramic
Art Deco pudding mold from Societe Ceramique. The Societe Ceramique Maestricht was established at Maestricht in the Netherlands by Guilaume Lambert & Cie in 1859.
Chris Lanooy
Early 20th Century Netherlands Art Deco Vases
Ceramic
A piece of Dutch pottery history in the form of this beautifully glazed vase by Chris Lanooy (1881-1948). Speckled earthenware vase with green band of streaming glaze.
ESKAF - Eerste Steenwijker Kunst Aardewerk Fabriek
Early 20th Century Netherlands Art Deco Vases
Ceramic
Gourd-shaped ceramic vase with black matte glaze produced by Dutch manufacturer Eskaf, circa 1930.
da Falkenberg-Liefrinck
Vintage 1940-1949 Netherlands Art Deco Vases
Glass, Blown Glass
A sumptuous sapphire blue vase with perfect proportions by Dutch Interior architect and designer IDA Falkenberg-Liefrinck. Produced by Royal Leerdam Glassworks, circa 1940.  
Berber Tribes of Morocco
Late 20th Century Africa Organic Modern Moroccan and North African Rugs
Textile
This emblazoned handwoven rug from Morocco brings every room to life. The materials used include recycled rag strips and yarns from a variety of found textile remnants including wool...
Mark Hosking
21st Century Netherlands Organic Modern Contemporary Art
Ceramic
The artistic process of Mark Hosking explores an ongoing engagement in function, materiality, and process. "Color Falls - Three Junction Study" is from a series of works ex...
Eric von Robertson
21st Century Netherlands Modern Contemporary Art
Latex, Archival Paper
This is a very tactile drawing made from extruded black latex that rises above the surface of the paper. Each intersection of lines has been delicately molded, resulting in irregular...
Vintage 1920-1929 Netherlands Art Deco Animal Sculptures
Ceramic
An enigmatic ceramic figurine sculpture designed by Hildo Krop and produced by pottery manufacture Eskaf with their signature green and metallic black glaze, circa 1920. Hildo Krop...

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