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Stoneware Bowl by Wilhelm Kage, Gustavsberg, Sweden, 1930s

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Vase by Wilhelm Kage, Gustabsberg, Sweden, 1930s
By Wilhelm Kage, ARGENTA
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Stoneware vase with an evergreen glaze and silver detail of a mermaid with fish. Silver provided by ARGENTA.
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Marble Bowl by Egidio Di Rosa & Pier Alessandro Giusti for Up & Up, Italy, 1970s
Located in New York, NY
Shallow bowl in green marble with white veining, featuring a low circular opening. Original “Up & Up” sticker affixed underneath.    
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Marble Bowl by Egidio Di Rosa & Pier Alessandro Giusti for Up & Up, Italy, 1970s
By Up & Up
Located in New York, NY
Shallow bowl in reddish-brown marble with a deep indentation in the center. Original “Up & Up” sticker affixed underneath.  
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Vase by Arne Bang, Denmark, 1950s
By Arne Bang
Located in New York, NY
Stoneware vessel with two small handles, decorated in a brown glaze.    
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Mirrored Console by Fontana Arte Italy ‘Milan,’ 1930s
By Fontana Arte
Located in New York, NY
Mirrored glass panel, etched with a depiction of the mythical huntress Diana, fixed with a carved and painted demilune shelf inset with a green glass and raised on a limestone base. ...
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Vintage 1930s Italian Art Deco Console Tables

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Glass Sculpture by Ercole Barovier and Toso Italy, circa 1940
By Barovier&Toso, Ercole Barovier
Located in New York, NY
Amber colored “rugiadoso” glass with gold dust inclusions throughout. A seashell-shaped dish held by a stylized algae amber colored glass base. Model “Coppa Rugiada” introduced durin...
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Vintage 1940s Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Vase by Guido Andloviz Società Ceramica Laveno, Italy, 1930s
By Guido Andloviz
Located in New York, NY
Round vase with a small opening, covered in a deep celadon glaze.  OUR REFERENCE N10282
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Vintage 1930s Italian Art Deco Vases

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Matched Pair of Handblown Glass Sconces by Venini, Italy, 1930s
By Venini
Located in New York, NY
Handblown clear bugnato glass sconces. Literature: Franco Deboni’s Vetri Venini: La storia, gli artisti le tecniche, Allemandi, 2007, page 53. Measures: Height 11”, Width 13.75”. 3...
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