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Period: 1880s
Christopher Dresser Watcombe Aesthetic Movement Twin Handled Persian Taste Vase
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An unusual Aesthetic Movement flow glaze twin handled vase in the ‘Persian Taste’ by renowned British designer Christopher Dresser (British, 1834 – 1904) for Watcombe Torquay...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Earthenware

Art Nouveau Ceramic Cachepot Christopher Dresser SCI Laveno
Located in Red Lion, PA
Beautiful Art Nouveau Ceramic Cachepot in Green and Yellow by SCI Laveno Italy c. 1910 Designed by Christopher Dresser
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

19th Century Austrian Solid Silver-Gilt & Enamel Vase, Hermann Bohm c.1880
By Hermann Böhm
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Antique late-19th Century Austrian exceptional solid silver gilt & enamel twin handled vase. Perched atop an oval base, its bulbous stem gracefully rises, while the body boasts intri...
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Austrian Other Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Silver, Enamel

Antique Japanese Meiji Cloisonne Enamel Lidded Koro Jar
Located in Palm Springs, CA
Antique Japanese Meiji period cloisonne enamel lidded koro incense burner standing on brass footed base. Embellished with stylized phoenix birds, geometrical ornaments, along with fl...
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Japanese Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Enamel

Large English Porcelain Portrait Covered Vase, Derby Crown, Dated 1881
Located in New York, NY
The portrait of child signed G. Langraf and the portrait of flowers signed Bier.
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Early Bohemian Crackle Glass Moser Two Handled Enamel Vase, 1885
Located in Worcester Park, GB
Fabulous good sized early Moser Crackle glass vase in rich brown colour heavily and finely enamelled with foliage of various kinds in greens and purples on both sides of the vase -Th...
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Czech Arts and Crafts Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Art Glass

Pair Marble Cassolettes Stands Marble Vases Gilt Rams Heads 1880
Located in Potters Bar, GB
Stunning pair of French marble cassolettes on gilt stands Such a great look to this highly decorative pair which are quite striking We date these to circa 1880 and the look is high E...
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Marble

Elegant Pair of Hand Painted Imari Vases, Meiji Perion, 1880's
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of bulbous classic cobalt blue and iron red Imari vases. The 7.5 inch tall vases with rounded bodies with small necks with had painted scenic views on each side, Japan, Circa...
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Japanese Meiji Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Majolica Rooster/Cockerel Vase by Louis Carrier Belleuse
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Choisy Majolica vase which features a rooster stood in front of a stone wall. Signed, 'LOUIS CARRIER-BELLEUSE' to the side of the base. Coloration: Bro...
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French Victorian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Majolica

Handblown Mosque Glass Lamp in Mameluke Style Gilded with Arabic Calligraphy
Located in Madrid, ES
Handblown Mosque glass oil lamp in Mameluke style gilded with Arabic Cursive Calligraphy Middle Eastern Mosque lamp in the Islamic tradition, Moorish style etched blown clear glass w...
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Cut Glass

Charming enamel and gilded Bronze Ewer by F. Barbedienne, France, circa 1870
Located in PARIS, FR
Signed F. Barbedienne & Cie Height : 31,5 cm (12,4 in.) ; Width : 12 cm (4,7 in.) ; Depth : 10,5 cm (4,1 in.) Charming baluster-shaped ewer in gilded bronze decorated with red and blue polychrome cloisonné enamel. Two beaded handles connect the body to the slender neck, ending in a flared pouring spout, and it rests on a circular piedouche. The whole is decorated with abundant engraved decoration of foliage interlacing. Barbedienne and the Cloisonné enamel : Ferdinand Barbedienne continuously innovated and he revived the use of enamel on art works during the second half of the 19th century. The Sèvres Manufacture enamel workshop had ever tried it in 1854-1855, but Barbedienne was the one who succeeded to join enamel to an industrial decorative objects production. From 1858 “At Mr Barbedienne’s, enamels in copper ornaments have got their former prestige back” (Les bronzes de la Maison Barbedienne, C. Simon, in L’Art du XIXe siècle, 1858, n°21, p. 252). The Barbedienne Company had now an enamel workshop where objects ornamented with oriental style or medieval style enamels were made. Four years after, Barbedienne’s cloisonné...
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French Napoleon III Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Bronze, Enamel

Antique German Moser Cut Glass Bud Vase with Gold Leaf Details, Circa 1880's.
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique German Moser Cut Glass Bud Vase with Gold Leaf Details, Circa 1880's.
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German Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Cut Glass

Antique Royal Vienna Porcelain Hand painted Vase 19th Century
Located in London, GB
A superb quality and very beautiful antique Vienna Porcelain hand painted two-handled vase, Circa 1880 in date. Painted with a mythological figural group scene on one side, and pl...
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Austrian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Late 19th Century South Italian Antique Majolica Two Shelves with Vase
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
This pair of majolia shelves with vase is beautiful and refined. Characterized by a rich decoration and bright colors of baroque taste typical of Sicilian production in southern Ital...
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Italian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Maiolica

Large John Bennett Hibiscus Painted and Glazed Earthenware Vase Circa 1880
Located in Long Branch, NJ
​Large John Bennet Hibiscus Painted and Glazed Earthenware Vase Circa 1880 Dimensions : 15.5" Tall X 5.5" Wide X 5.5" Deep This vase was made by John Bennett(1840-1907) Circa 1880 ...
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American Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Pottery

Pair of Vases with Bouquets, Gien Manufacture, France, C1880
Located in PARIS, FR
A charming pair of polychrome earthenware vases with gold-leaf interleaving, a technique in which Théodore Deck had become a specialist. These oblong-shaped vases are decorated on e...
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French Other Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Gold Leaf

Pair of Trumpet-Shaped Byzantines Vases, L.C. Sevin&F. Barbedienne, France, 1880
Located in PARIS, FR
Signed F. Barbedienne A pair of charming trumpet-shaped vases in gilt bronze with a polychrome cloisonné enamel decoration, one blue and the other green and red. They feature two annular handles and stand on four feet surmounted by a stylized palm. The vases are ornated with a Byzantine decoration. The high quality of the enamel is typical of Barbedienne’s production. It enhances this pair of vases especially with the wide range of colours used to create the decoration. The enamel is smooth and shiny and shows many shades to form the Byzantine decoration. The partitioned cloisonné is finely engraved and contributes to the decoration by adopting vegetal and foliage shapes. The Model These two vases can be linked to a vase presented by Ferdinand Barbedienne at the 1862 London Universal Exhibition and purchased at this time by the South Kensington Museum (now the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Inv. 8026-1862). This vase has on its belly a polychrome cloisonné enamel decoration standing out against a turquoise background as show these vases. This decoration, called Byzantine, covers all the vase with coloured arabesques and scrolls. It rests on four claw feet with lion heads from a design near of our vases. Barbedienne and the Cloisonné Enamel Ferdinand Barbedienne continously innovated and he revived the use of enamel on art works during the second half of the 19th century. The Sèvres Manufacture enamel workshop had ever tried it in 1854-1855, but Barbedienne was the one who succeeded to join enamel to an industrial decorative objects production. From 1858 “At Mr Barbedienne’s, enamels in copper ornaments have got their former prestige back” (Les bronzes de la Maison Barbedienne, C. Simon, in L’Art du XIXe siècle, 1858, n°21, p. 252). The Barbedienne Company had now an enamel workshop where objects ornamented with oriental style or medieval style enamels were made. Four years after, Barbedienne’s cloisonné...
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French Other Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Bronze, Enamel

Pair of Oriental Style Amphora vases, Porcelaine de Paris, France, 1880
Located in PARIS, FR
Beautiful pair of amphora vases in white and blue porcelain, richly decorated on each side with beautiful polychrome floral compositions framed by handles with openwork motifs of ori...
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French Revival Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Austrian Amphora Ceramic Vase in Classism Style
Located in Antwerp, BE
Antique ceramic Amphora Classism vase with gilded oak leafs and palmettes executed, made in Austria 19th Century.
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Austrian Neoclassical Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Dr C Dresser for Linthorpe A large vase with raining green and subtle blue glaze
Located in London, GB
Dr C Dresser for Linthorpe A large vase with raining green and subtle blue glaze. A chip to the rim and some nibbles and a chip to the base. No cracks, still rings well.
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English Arts and Crafts Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Murano Italian Glass Vase by Salviati
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Murano glass vase made by glass masters Salviati & Co in the late 19th century with a beautifully marbled calcedonio design. This Murano glass vase, made by Salviati & Co. circa 1...
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Italian Renaissance Revival Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Blown Glass, Murano Glass

Pr. Baccarat Red Cut-to-Clear Covered Vases w/ Central Cameo of Hunting Trophies
Located in New York, NY
A Magnificent Pair of Covered Crystal Double Overlay Cranberry Cut-to-Clear Hunting Trophy Vases with applied shell handles and stepped bases, Attributed to Baccarat. These vases are...
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French Louis XVI Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Crystal

Pair of antique St. Louis opaline crystal vases, Art Nouveau period circa 1900
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Pair of opaline crystal vases by French crystal maker St Louis. Beautiful Napoleon III style production, late 19th century production circa 1880 - 1890. Our vases are hand-painted an...
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French Napoleon III Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Crystal

Miniature Daum Nancy Thistle Vase c1895
By Daum
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : A small Daum vase with Date : 1890-1896 Origin : Nancy, France Bowl Features : Striated iridescent acid etched ground. High relief enamelled thistles Marks : Gilded mark on base Daum Nancy as shown Type : Lead free glass Size : height 12cms Condition :Excellent, very minor wear on gilt rim Restoration : None Weight :105 grams
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French Art Nouveau Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Art Glass

19th Century Salviati Murano Italian Goblet Vase
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Murano glass miniature goblet made by glass masters Salviati & Co in the late 19th century with yellow and clear glass with flecks of gold twisted into an incredibly intricate shap...
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Italian Renaissance Revival Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Blown Glass, Murano Glass

Pair of 19th Century Victorian Cobalt Vases Minton
Located in Austin, TX
Pair of 19th Century Victorian Cobalt Vases Minton. Decorated with white flowers.
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English Victorian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Pair Japanese Cloisonné Vases with Unusual Bottom Decoration, 19th century
Located in Atlanta, GA
Brass vases with a turquoise leaf field background with a bright floral ground, flowers of white, red, and cobalt blue, the bottoms decorated with leaves and a single flower
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Japanese Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Brass, Enamel

19thc British F & C Osler Gilt Bronze Cut Crystal Signed Bud Vase/ Epergne
Located in Opa Locka, FL
19thc Georgian British Cut Crystal Bud Vase/ Epergne Signed by F & C Osler. Very finely detailed.
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English Georgian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Crystal

Large Pair of Majolica Palissy Oak Leaves Vases circa 1880
By Saint Honore Les Bains
Located in Austin, TX
Large Pair of Majolica Palissy Vases circa 1880 attributed to Saint Honore les Bains. Rare size for this kind of vases , decorated with oak leave...
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French Rustic Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Antique Canton 'Famille Rose' Porcelain Vase, Unsigned, China, 19th Century
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
Antique 'famille rose' (also referred to as 'rose medallion') porcelain vase - hand painted with enamels of a courtyard scene - floral and foliate borders - gilt decorated applied fi...
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Chinese Chinese Export Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Pr 19thc Antique Signed F&C Osler Crystal/Gilt Bronze Serpentine Vase/ Epergne
Located in Opa Locka, FL
Pair 19thc Antique Napoleon III era Cut Glass and Gilt Bronze Serpentine Bud Vase/ Epergne. these are stunning and they are signed by F & C Osler. Very good condition and finely deta...
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English Napoleon III Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Bronze

Pair of French Majolica Swans Vase Delphin Massier, circa 1880
Located in Austin, TX
Rare pair of French Majolica swans vases signed Delphin Massier, circa 1880.
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French Art Nouveau Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

Kate Rogers Doulton Lambeth Pair Impasto Daisy Painted Vases
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stunning and fine pair Doulton Lambeth Impasto daisy painted vases by renowned Faience artist Kate Rogers and dated 1885. The stoneware vases are of tall bulbous shape standing r...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

Fine Pair of Baluster Vases, J.Vieillard & Cie and A. de Caranza, France, C1880
By Amedee de Caranza
Located in PARIS, FR
Manufacturer’s Mark of J.Vieillard & Cie à Bordeaux A fine pair of polychrome earthenware baluster vases, decorated on a brown background with anchored crosses...
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French Other Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Bronze

Japanese Palace Vase in Imari Palette
Located in Montreal, QC
This handsome Meiji vase is boldly painted and gilt in Imari colors. Exotic birds feast on the hanging fruit in a flowering and blossom filled-landscape. The rim is frilled and th...
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Japanese Anglo-Japanese Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of Large Stunning Burmantofts Faience Floral Vases
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stunning pair of Burmantofts Faience vases of slender baluster form, cast in low relief with flowers and foliage, in shades of blue, turquoise, green, yellow and red on a cream gro...
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English Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Pottery

Frances E Lee Impressive Pair Doulton Lambeth Slaters Floral Painted Vase
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A large and impressive pair Doulton Lambeth Slaters pâte-sur-pâte style floral painted vases by renowned designer and decorator Frances E Lee and dating from around 1885. The large stoneware bottle shaped vases stand raised on a narrow round foot with large round bulbous bodies and tall funnel shaped necks with a slightly wider thick rim. The bodies of the vases are beautifully decorated with three large decorative panels set within brown outline frames with fleur-de-lis style patterning to the top and bottom with a checkered pattern to the inside of the frame. The frames contain foliage and flowering stems thickly applied in a pâte-sur-pâte style with variations to each of the panels. The decoration overlaps with the frame and extends into the body of the vase. Formal patterning is applied around the neck and top of the vase. The vase is hand painted in tones of blue, brown, pink, white, yellow and green and the whole is set against a stipple natural salt glazed ground. These are an exception to the normal Doulton Lambeth Slaters vases...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

French Majolica Flowers Vase Fives Lille, circa 1880
Located in Austin, TX
Large French Majolica flowers vase signed Fives Lille, circa 1880.
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French Rustic Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Doulton Lambeth Art Union of London Floral Vase by Emily E Stormer
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very stylish Aesthetic Movement Doulton Lambeth floral design Vase made for the Art Union of London by renowned artist Emily E Stormer and dating from around 1885. The stoneware va...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

William De Morgan Vase
Located in Chipping Campden, GB
5441 William De Morgan Double Lustre Vase with Two Angular Handles decorated with Two Winged Dragons with A Background of Palmettes Restoration to Handle and Neck Circa 1880s 30cm hi...
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Earthenware

Antique Hand Painted Neoclassical Porcelain Vase by A. Stowell Boston
Located in New York, NY
This elegant and well adorned Porcelain Vase signed A. Stowell Boston originates from Austria, Circa 1880. Featuring a rounded body with a lovely gilded stylized scroll form handle a...
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Austrian Neoclassical Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Doulton Lambeth Unusual Winged Foot Vase by Jane S Hurst 1880
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An unusual and stylish Doulton Lambeth Art Pottery vase decorated with ivy and winged feet by highly renowned artist Jane S Hurst dated 1880. The stoneware vas...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

Pair of Spelter and Marble Vases
Located in Wilson, NC
Pair of spelter and marble vases, these vases have a classic baluster shape, the top portion with serpentine shaped handles on each side, the upper body with raised foliate design ,...
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English Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Marble, Spelter

Pair of Theodore Deck Vases
Located in Saverne, Grand Est
Extremely rare pair of Gu-shaped turquoise enamelled ceramic vases, carried by elephants and resting on an openwork base ending in four flared feet. Some lack of enamel otherwise ver...
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French Japonisme Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

Pair of Porcelain Vases Ormolu-Mounted in Lamps by Gagneau Paris XIXth Century
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Pair of large Japanese Porcelain Cone Shape Vases with Imari decoration Important mounts in ormolu and gilded metal, the base decorated with a laurel wreath, the upper part of falling leaves and a frieze of knotted ribbon. The mounts signed Gagneau, 115 R. Lafayette. Circa 1860 With their original aluminium bulb cover and original gilding Vase it self Height 47 cm The Gagneau Company is one of the most famous lighting factories in Paris in the nine-teenth century, established in 1800 at 25 rue d'Enghien in Paris and later at 115 rue de Lafayette. She has participated in many exhibitions throughout this century. She began in 1819 with the Exposition des Produits de l'Industrie and later participated in the Universal Exhibitions where she was part of the jury in the category of art bronzes (class 25) at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889. "Imari" was simply the trans-shipment port for Arita wares, from where they went to the for-eign trading outposts at Nagasaki. It was the kilns at Arita which formed the heart of the Japanese porcelain industry. Arita's kilns were set up in the 17th century, after kaolin was discovered in 1616. A popular legend attributes the discovery to an immigrant Korean potter, Yi Sam-Pyeong (1579–1655), although most historians consider this doubtful. After the discovery, some kilns began to produce revised Korean-style blue and white porcelains, known as Early Imari, or "Shoki-Imari". In the mid-17th century, there were also many Chinese refugees in northern Kyushu due to the turmoil in China, and it is said that one of them brought the overglaze enamel coloring technique to Arita. Thus Shoki-Imari developed into Ko-Kutani, Imari, and later Kakiemon, which are sometimes taken as a wider group of Imari wares. Ko-Kutani was produced around 1650 for both export and domestic market.Kutani Ware is characterized by vivid green, blue, purple, yellow and red colors in bold designs of landscapes and nature. Blue and white porcelain pieces continued to be produced and they are called Ai-Kutani. Ko-Kutani Imari for the export market usually adopted Chinese design structure such as kraak style, whereas Ai-Kutani for the domestic market were highly unique in design and are ac-cordingly valued very much among collectors. Ko-Kutani style evolved into Kakiemon-style Imari, which was produced for about 50 years around 1700. Kakiemon was characterized by crisp lines, and bright blue, red and green designs of dramatically stylized floral and bird scenes. Imari achieved its technical and aes-thetic peak in the Kakiemon style, and it dominated the European market. Blue and white Kakiemon is called Ai-Kakiemon. The Kakiemon style transformed into Kinrande in the 18th century, using underglaze blue and overglaze red and gold enamels, and later additional colors. Imari began to be exported to Europe when the Chinese kilns at Jingdezhen were damaged in the political chaos and the new Qing dynasty government halted trade in 1656–1684. Ex-ports to Europe were made through the Dutch East India Company, and in Europe the des-ignation "Imari porcelain" connotes Arita wares of mostly Kinrande Imari. Export of Imari to Europe stopped in mid-18th century when China resumed export to Europe, since Imari was not able to compete against Chinese products due to high labor costs. By that time, however, both Imari and Kakiemon styles were already so popular among Eu-ropeans that the Chinese export porcelain copied both, a type known as Chinese Imari. At the same time, European kilns, such as Meissen and English potteries such as Johnson Bros. and (Royal) Crown Derby, also imitated the Imari and Kakiemon styles. Export of Imari surged again in late 19th century (Meiji era) when Japonism flourished in Europe.Thus, in the western world today, two kinds of true Japanese Imari can...
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French Japonisme Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Bronze

Pair of 19th Century Aesthetic Movement Royal Worcester Shell and Coral Vases
Located in Great Barrington, MA
These rare examples of Aesthetic Movement ivory porcelain themed vases features a matching pair of realistically molded open shells nestled in coral branches. The translucent walls a...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century French hand Painted / Decorated Porcelain Vases
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Elevate the ambiance of your living space with these remarkable 19th century French hand- painted porcelain pieces, meticulously decorated with intricate country scene motifs. Each b...
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French Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Gold

Large French Majolica Palissy Fishs Vase Saint Honore Circa 1880
By Saint Honore Les Bains
Located in Austin, TX
Large French Majolica Palissy Fishs Vase signed Saint Honore Circa 1880.
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French Victorian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Majolica

English Silver Plated Handled Trophy Cup Decorative Vase / Urn
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Unveil the epitome of elegance with This English sheffield silver plate two handled trophy cup decorative vase / urn. This remarkable piece, crafted with meticulous attention to deta...
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English Victorian Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Silver Plate

Antique Bohemian Glass Set, circa 1880, Bohemian Crystal, Ruby Red and Yellow
Located in Greven, DE
Beautiful glass set made of Bohemian glass. The set consists of a large ruby serving bowl, a small ruby glass and a small sunny yellow vase. The fine crystal carving depicts, among o...
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German Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Crystal

Pair of French Porcelain Cornucopia Vases, circa 1880
Located in New York, NY
Pair of French porcelain cornucopia vases, circa 1880.
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French Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

Art Nouveau Shell Pattern Stoneware Vase by Auguste Delaherche
Located in Chicago, US
This early vase provides a rare glimpse into the making of a master. Auguste Delaherche turned the science of experimentation in ceramic ware into an art form. Coming from a long tra...
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French Art Nouveau Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

Fine Japanese Satsuma Vase with Superb Decoration by Seikozan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A ceramic vase in tapered square form made by Japanese studio Seikozan circa 1890-1910s (late Meiji Period). One of the many artist studios that specialized in satsuma ware, Seikozan...
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Japanese Meiji Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Ceramic

George Hugo Tabor Doulton Lambeth Aesthetic Movement Large Art Pottery Vase
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A large, impressive and rare aesthetic movement Doulton Lambeth vase by renowned artists George Hugo Tabor, Eliza L Hubert and Ernest R. Bishop whose work is rare and dated 1883. The...
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English Aesthetic Movement Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

Art Nouveau Purple Hare's Fur Glaze Stoneware Vase by Auguste Delaherche
Located in Chicago, US
Model #6674. Auguste Delaherche turned the science of experimentation in ceramic ware into an art form. Coming from a long tradition of potters in the Beauvais region of France datin...
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French Art Nouveau Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

Art Nouveau Craquelure Stoneware Vase by Auguste Delaherche
Located in Chicago, US
Model #1990. Auguste Delaherche turned the science of experimentation in ceramic ware into an art form. Coming from a long tradition of potters in the Beauvais region of France datin...
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French Art Nouveau Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Stoneware

William De Morgan Vase
Located in Chipping Campden, GB
5414 Large Vase by William De Morgan in a Double Lustre Glaze with decoration of Stylised Leaves 36cm high, 23cm wide Firing crack to the base and firing blemish to the side, craz...
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Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Earthenware

Chinese Export Rose Medallion Bottle Vase and Cover, Late 19th C, China
Located in Austin, TX
A lovely Chinese Export Rose Medallion large porcelain bottle vase and cover, mid to late 19th century, China. The porcelain vase of typical bottle form, with a rounded globular ...
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Chinese Chinese Export Antique 1880s Vases

Materials

Porcelain

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