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Material: Ceramic
Massive Shipibo Tribe Peruvian Vessel
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Howard G. Charing writes "The Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous people people (currently numbering only about 20,000) who live along the Ucayali river in the Amazon basin east of the ...
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1940s Peruvian Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Clay

Dancer dancing the romance Swan Lake possible Wallendorf production
Located in Lugo, IT
Ballerina dancing the ceramic Swan Lake romance. Possible Wallendorf production One piece of the crown is missing as pictured. Thank you
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1950s German Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Sculptural Pitcher by André Aleth Masson France 1950s
Located in HYÈRES, FR
Sculptural Pitcher by André Aleth Masson. Beautiful Black Satin Ceramic. Signed by the " Triskèle " and 3 Masson "
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1950s French Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Wall Ceramic Dish by Jacques Poussine France 1970s
By Jacques Poussine
Located in HYÈRES, FR
Wall ceramic dish by Jacques Poussine & Pat Rowland. Two position on the wall. Abstract bird decoration. France, 1970s
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1970s French Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Black Clay Six-Eyed Minotaur Vessel
Located in Pittsburgh, PA
Vintage Black Clay Minotaur Vessel. Mexico, circa 1980. Hand-built, wood-fired and signed.
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1980s Mexican Art Deco Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Clay

Mid Century ceramic vase from Karlsruher Majolika by F. Glatzle. 1956
Located in CADALSO, ES
Great condition
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Umbria - Plate, Parade Plate - Renaissance style
Located in Rome, IT
Umbria - Plate, Parade Plate - Renaissance style - Majolica, XIX century, ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, INFORMATION OF THE LOT AND QUOTE FOR SHIPPING COST CAN BE REQUEST BY SENDING AN EMAIL, UL...
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Mid-20th Century Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Urn Designed by Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand, Sweden, 1936
Located in Stockholm, SE
Urn designed by Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand, Sweden, 1936. Stoneware. Signed. Dimensions: H: 78.5 cm / 2' 7'' D: 53 cm / 21'' Exhibitions: In Paris 1937 at the World's Fair, Gunn...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Stoneware

MISTO, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
MISTO invites itself into your interior to ward off spells, evil spirits and evil influences. Sophie Dries reinvents the traditional Calabrian mask with her contemporary graphic li...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Cariddi, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
In Greek mythology, the name CARIDDI (Charybdis in English) belonged to a monster that lived in the sea between Calabria and Sicily and destroyed ships by swallowing them up and spitting them back out, generating dangerous whirlpools in the water. This myth is reinterpreted in the form of a mask, which inverts the traditional convex surface to create a concave volume inspired by the underwater world. The mask invites the gaze into the blue depths of its smooth interior, where an uncanny protrusion emerges in the shape of a nose, a signature motif in Giovanni De Francesco’s artistic production. Each nose-island is different from the others; every mask has a unique beauty accentuated by imperfections, smudges, and uncontrollable colors, invoking the unpredictability of fear. This perception overturns the ferocious symbolism of the legendary monster, rewriting CARIDDI as a welcoming narrative. The artist’s explorations of fear, danger, and the unknown become particularly poignant when placed in the recent historical context of Calabria and the Mediterranean Sea. In the exceptional conditions of the present moment, when hundreds of millions of people are spending more time at home than ever before in living memory, the homeware brand TRAME wants to share the inspiring and supportive influences of these Mediterranean ritual objects with the entire world. The masks, whether the traditional forms or the contemporary design interpretations, reveal a sense of both timelessness and contemporaneity in their aspirational evocation of a social life with more serenity and less fear. Details: - Dimension: approximately 28 H x 22 W x 8 D cm - Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay - Technique: 100% handmade in Italy - Each handcrafted CARIDDI Seminara mask is unique. Picture on an indicative basis. - 14-days return policy - In stock Giovanni De Francesco (Bergamo 1976), lives and works between Milan and Paris. He is a visual artist dedicated to sculptural installations through the use of plastic materials, photography, video, painting and sound. Since 1997 he has taken part in many personal exhibits as well as collective ones. He an artistic consultant at the Luisa delle Piane gallery in Milan and is a founding member of the Monstera theatre company. He occasionally collaborates with Andre Branzi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

TA RA TA TA, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
The apotropaic (warding off evil) mask from Seminara can be distinguished by its horns, wide eyes, mustache, and screaming mouth with its tongue sticking out. The masks are finished in enormous wood fired kilns, which adds an uncontrollable twist to the features and colors rendered by the artisan’s hands—the final touch in their fierce and imperfect beauty. The demonic aspect of this mask is manifested in order to be expelled, bringing serenity to the owner and ridding the home of negative energy. Giovanni De Francesco takes an idiosyncratic approach to the traditional mask, aiming not for verisimilitude but for a rough impression of the volumes of the face. Using sculptural gestures to shape the clay, he accentuates the fundamental geometry and makes the shapes more grotesque. Incense can also be placed within TA RA TA TA’s ceramic jaws for ritual burning. This function alludes to a specific variation of the typical mask in in the form of a chimneypot: with smoke pouring out of its mouth and eyes, the mask would appear much more ferocious—and thus even more powerful. Details: - Dimension: approximately 32 H x 25 W x 10 D cm - Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay - Technique: 100% handmade in Italy - Each handcrafted TA RA TA TA Seminara mask is unique. Picture on an indicative basis. - 14-days return policy - In stock Giovanni De Francesco (Bergamo 1976), lives and works between Milan and Paris. He is a visual artist dedicated to sculptural installations through the use of plastic materials, photography, video, painting and sound. Since 1997 he has taken part in many personal exhibits as well as collective ones. He an artistic consultant at the Luisa delle Piane gallery in Milan and is a founding member of the Monstera theatre company. He occasionally collaborates with Andre Branzi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

100 FEARS, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
The traditional masks of the Calabrian town of Seminara are intended to chase away evil from the home, dispel fears and gossip with their exaggerated and grotesque features. The mask...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Fish Tureen
Located in Washington, DC
Salmon & Auberginne Painted Large Fish Tureen
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19th Century French Antique Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic, Paint

Cow in Ceramic by Knud Kyhn, 1950
Located in Brussels, BE
Cow In Ceramic By Knud Kyhn, 1950.
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1950s Danish Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Elegant Terracotta Standing Court Dignitary, Tang Dynasty, EU Passport
Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon
Elegant Standing Court Dignitary with joined hands in blue robes and a bird headdress. Polychrome Traces. When China was unified again, first briefly ...
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15th Century and Earlier Chinese Tang Antique Ceramic Folk Art

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Terracotta

Oaxaca Black Clay Tzinacan Decorative Burnished Polished Fired Oxygen Reduction
Located in London, GB
Tzinacan is the Nahuatl word for bat, and it is our gift for the bats represented in many ceramic pre-hispanic pieces. Bats have been part of the mythology of the cultures of pre-Hi...
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2010s Mexican American Colonial Ceramic Folk Art

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Clay

Bambina Sarda mod no. 254 by Sandro Vacchetti for Essevi 1938
Located in Torino, IT
Ceramic depicting little Sardinian girl designed by Sandro Vacchetti. Delightful ceramic statue depicting sweet little girl in traditional Sardinian dress. The work is model No. 25...
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1930s Italian Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Mexican Burnished Clay Hand Oaxaca Sculpture Mixtec Ceramic with Red Face
Located in Queretaro, Queretaro
This Mexican red ceramic clay hand sculpture is a piece by artist Manuel Reyes. Made with clay from Oaxaca and Zacatecas, painted with oxides from the reg...
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2010s Mexican Folk Art Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic, Clay

Cecì Blue Oltremare Vase
Located in Milan, IT
Every piece in this exceptional range of Greek mythology inspired vases has been carefully and entirely crafted by hand. The spectacular Cecì Vase in terracotta is painted with a viv...
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2010s Italian Ceramic Folk Art

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Gold Leaf

Large Marble Solitaire Board Game with 33 Early Handmade Clay Marbles
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a complete board game of marble solitaire with a large turned maple board from the 20th century and handmade clay or stone marbles from the mi...
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Early 20th Century English Folk Art Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Stone

Tashiko Tazaezu Signed Mid-Century Modern Japanese Hawaiian Studio Pottery Bowl
Located in Studio City, CA
A beautiful and quite engaging relatively large sumptuously glazed bowl by famed Japanese Hawaiian American pottery master Toshiko Takaezu. The high-fired porcelain bowl features a v...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Porcelain, Pottery

Beatrice Wood Signed Midcentury California Studio Pottery Luster Glaze Vase
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful gem of a piece by famed American/California ceramicist Beatrice Wood featuring her highly coveted, gorgeously radiant turquoise luster glaze. A beautiful design with a delicate long neck rising from a circular base. Classic and timeless. Signed by Beatrice in her customary "Beato" on the underside of the base (with noted inventory number). Would be an amazing addition to any Mid-Century Modern pottery collection or personal collectors of her work or a fabulous stand-alone accent piece in about any setting. One of the best Beatrice Wood's luster glaze vases we have come across in quite a while. Know famously in the art world as "The Mama of Dada", Wood lived a long (1893-1998) and very fruitful, creative life and is considered by many experts and collectors alike to have been a centerpiece in the modern ceramic art movement of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. At one point in her career, Wood studied with master potters Otto and Gertrud Natzler and later become famed in her own right for her distinct luster-glazing techniques. In 1994, the Smithsonian Institution named Wood an "Esteemed American Artist". Her other awards include: 1994 Governor’s Awards for the Arts (California) 1993 Recognition as A Role Model by Women in Film 1992 Gold Medal for Highest Achievement in Craftsmanship, American Craft Council 1988 Distinguished Service Award, Arizona State University 1987 Fellow of American Craft Council Women’s Art Caucus, National Award (NCECA Award) 1986 Women’s Building Award 1984 Living Treasure of California 1983 Symposium Award of the Institute for Ceramic History 1961 Goodwill Ambassador from USA...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Earthenware

Robin Welch Large Glazed Stoneware Studio Pottery Jug
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A large and impressive British studio pottery handled jug decorated in matted glazes by renowned potter Robin Welch and dating from the 20th century. The stoneware jug is of cylindrical shape with a large loop handle with thumb rest attached to the side and with a large pouring spout moulded to the rim. The jug has a simple incised line pattern with sections decorated in mottled blue and brown glazes with the brown glazes also applied to the inner jug. The lower edge and flat rounded foot have been left unglazed. The jug has an impressed ROBIN WELCH POTTERY...
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20th Century English Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Stoneware

Andrew Hague Studio Pottery Vase with Trailing Foliage
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A large quality stoneware studio pottery vase hand decorated with trailing foliage designs by renowned potter Andrew Hague (British, born 1948) and probably dating from the 1970’s. Andrew Hague worked for a number of years as an apprentice to Marianne de Trey...
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1970s English Modern Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Stoneware

Alan Wallwork Studio Pottery Split Pod Sculpture
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Stoneware studio pottery 'split pod' form designed by Alan Wallwork (British, 1931-2019) and dating from around 1980. The heavily made sculptural pod sta...
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1980s English Modern Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Stoneware

1984-1995 Speckled Brown Mark Hewitt Pottery Jug
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
1984-1995 Mark Hewitt Pottery jug. Speckled brown; elegantly turned. WMH mark with a D. 7.75" h., 5.25" dia. Whitehall Antiques is a family business that has been a major source for...
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Late 20th Century American Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Pottery

1930s Swabian Hallic Country Pig Made of Terracotta
Located in Berghuelen, DE
1930s Swabian Hallic Country Pig Made of Terracotta A vintage statue of a Swabian hallic country pig. It was used as shop window decoration in a German butchery. The statue is made ...
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Early 20th Century German Victorian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Terracotta

Ushabti for Imenmes 
Located in London, GB
A mummiform ushabti in blue faience. Four registers of hieroglyphic characters are painted around the lower half of the ushabti, with a vertical column of hieroglyphs in the centre o...
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15th Century and Earlier Egyptian Egyptian Antique Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Faience

Large Figurative African Mangbetu Anthropomorphic Vessel / Jar
Located in Studio City, CA
This is a fantastic piece likely made by the Mangetu tribe of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is finely detailed and quite large and hefty. These pieces were originally made...
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20th Century Congolese Folk Art Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Terracotta

Large Terracotta Garden Gnome with Pipe, Germany ca. 1920s
Located in Berghuelen, DE
Large Terracotta Garden Gnome with Pipe, Germany ca. 1920s A large garden gnome from Germany, ca. 1920s. The gnome has a pipe and an walking stick in his hands. Good used vintage co...
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Early 20th Century German Victorian Ceramic Folk Art

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Terracotta

4 Marked Vintage Majolica Ceramic Pottery Wall Masks Italy Cottura Hand Painted
Located in Miami, FL
Set of 4 hand-painted and hand-crafted Majolica Masks, one of them is way bigger than others, Italy circa 1960. The pieces showcases Italian craftsmanship and feature beautiful col...
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1960s Italian Folk Art Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

Red Terracotta Sculpture of Seated Nude, circa 1960
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Red Terracotta Sculpture of Seated Nude circa 1960 signed - artist unknown nice color and size small chip near foot
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1960s American Modern Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Terracotta

Painted terracotta sculpture vase
Located in Torino, IT
Vase with sculpture made of painted terracotta. Refined and austere vase made in the first half of the 20th century, hand-painted. The vase frontally has carved figures of a man, p...
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1930s Italian Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Terracotta

Studio Pottery Earthenware Bowl in Flow Blue and White - Signed 1972
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A petite earthenware ceramic bowl. This small vessel will be a great addition to a coffee table used as a vase, or a side table as a trinket dish. We also love the idea of using it a...
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1970s American Organic Modern Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic, Earthenware, Paint

Mid Century Maroon Outsider Ceramic Studio Pottery Tray - Signed
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
An unusual ceramic studio pottery piece that will be fabulous on a coffee table or side table. The piece is created and painted by hand by presumably an outsider artist. It is in an ...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic, Paint

A Primitive Ceramic Mask by Fernand Elchinger France 1960s
Located in HYÈRES, FR
A rare Primitive Mask by Elchinger. France 1960s. Painted ceramic Signed on the back
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1960s French Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Fine Vintage Laguna Pot Native American Pueblo
Located in London, GB
Fine Vintage Laguna Pot Native American Pueblo Finely painted in linear geometric designs Period 1970s signed on base R Reano Condition Good
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20th Century American Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Pottery

Ancient Indus Valley cup bearer Fertility figurine C (2800-2600 BC).
Located in London, GB
Ancient Indus Valley cup bearer Fertility figurine Circa (2800-2600 BC). A rare female pottery cup bearer figurine in terracotta with pointed facial features and applied diamond sha...
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15th Century and Earlier Indian Antique Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Terracotta

Susana Espinosa Pottery Bird Plate
By Susana Espinosa
Located in Vallejo, CA
Pottery wall plate created by acclaimed Puerto Rican mid century modernist ceramicist, Susana Espinosa. Stylized bird design in the center created through carving and different colored glazes. Terra cotta with a yellow rim. Signed in the bottom right corner and dated 1974. A rare piece depicting an animal rather than her more commonly found designs of faces. Intended to used as a wall hanging with a wire on the back. Marked "PR" on the back indicating this was made in Puerto Rico. Please read her biography copied below. Artist's Biography: "Ceramist and draftswoman. She earned a bachelor’s degree in arts from the Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires in 1953 and worked in a ceramics factory until she opened her own workshop in 1958. She lived in Trinidad from 1961 to 1968, and then settled in Puerto Rico where she worked with Hal Lasky...
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Mid-20th Century Puerto Rican Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

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Pottery

Pair of Large Japanese Ceramic Shi-Shi Dog Roof Tiles, Bizen Kiln, 20th Century
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Pair of Large Japanese Ceramic Shi-Shi Dogs roof tiles, Bizen kiln, 20th c. Bizen kiln is one of the oldest and well known kilns in Japan. This is a very unusual pose of Shi-Shi Do...
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20th Century Japanese Folk Art Ceramic Folk Art

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Clay

Stan Bitters Signed Large Mid-Century Modern California Pottery Planter Vase
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful, sumptuously glazed planter/vase by American California studio pottery master potter/ceramists Stan Bitters whose work was instrumental in shaping the organic modernist m...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Pottery

Two Polychrome Roosters
Located in Greenwich, CT
A pair of Chinese export glazed ceramic roosters with polychrome plumage in pinks, greens and orange with and striking red crowns and wattles, perched on weathered green striated tre...
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Early 1900s English Chinese Export Antique Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Charcoal Petal Gourd I by Julie Nelson
Located in Geneve, CH
Charcoal Petal Gourd I by Julie Nelson -One Of A Kind- Dimensions: D 28 x H 22 cm Materials: Ceramic stoneware and porcelain. Artist Julie Nelson uses the materiality of clay as a m...
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2010s British Post-Modern Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Japanese Wabi-Sabi Small Vase, Meiji Period 1750-1850
Located in Katori-Shi, 12
This is an old Japanese pottery. It is from the Meiji period (1860s-1900s). It was used as a fire extinguishing pot. This piece has beautiful color and texture. It is very rare.
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Early 20th Century Meiji Ceramic Folk Art

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Pottery

Beatrice Wood Signed Rare Mid-Century Luster Lava Glazed Minature Small Vase
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful, absolute gem of a piece by famed American California studio ceramist Beatrice Wood featuring her highly desired gorgeous iridescent luster volcanic (crater) lava glaze. ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Earthenware

Beatrice Wood Signed Mid-Century California Pottery Dark Lava Crater Glaze Vase
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderfully designed work by famed American California Studio master ceramist Beatrice Wood featuring a gorgeous, dark, iridescent metallic volcanic lava crater muted glaze. A cla...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Earthenware

Large Clay Bust of a Child by Philippe Seené, 2004 set on Bronze Life size s
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Large Clay Bust of a Child by Philippe Seené, 2004 set on Bronze Life size signed bust of a cherubic child, the bust is made in clay and is set into a bronze plinth, the signatur...
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Early 2000s Folk Art Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Clay

Pre Columbian Costa Rican Jadeite Axe God pendant
Located in London, GB
A Pre Columbian Jadeite Axe God pendant from the Guanacaste/Nicoya region of Costa Rica Circa. 800 to 1200 AD. The axe god pendant of highly stylized Human form drilled through the ...
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15th Century and Earlier Costa Rican Antique Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Pottery

Pair of Large Sculptured Greyhound Dogs
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Pair of Large Sculptured Greyhound Dogs This Super pair of Dogs has a good patina they appear to be made with an old polished steel finish They are in very good condition with a bea...
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1960s Folk Art Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

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Clay

Ripple MAKHNO 3D Tile. Ceramic object
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
The RIPPLE tile by MAKHNO Product is a unique 3D ceramic tile that mimics the serene movement of water ripples. When light falls on the tile, the 3D effect is further emphasized, cr...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Dune 3D Tile for interior by MAKHNO
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
Our Duna tile was hung by winds and created a unique relief that adds to your home a sense of non-primitive movement and a sense of calm. Imagine, as if you are in a desert and you a...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Modern 3D Tile Drops by MAKHNO
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
3D tiles DROZH features a raised geometric pattern that creates a stunning three-dimensional effect. The pattern consists of interlocking triangles that create an optical illusion as...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Flapjack Handmade Ceramic 3D Tile by MAKHNO
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
The FLAPJACK tile from MAKHNO Product is a truly innovative and versatile piece of design that offers both functionality and beauty. This multifunctional wall tile is a true master...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic

Contemporary 3D Tile Drops by MAKHNO
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
The DROPS 3D ceramic tile from MAKHNO Product is created with the intention of bringing the raindrops indoors, making you feel like you are standing outside in the midst of a summer ...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Fish creative 3D Tile for interior by MAKHNO
Located in Jõe tn 2-2 korrus, Tallinn
With its elegant and delicate design, the FISH is not just a mere wall decoration, but a work of art that elevates any space it is installed in. The tile's intricately detailed patte...
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2010s Ukrainian Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

A Primitive Ceramic Mask by Accolay Pottery France 1960s
Located in HYÈRES, FR
An important wall mask by Accolay Pottery. France 1960s Signed under With nice colors
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1960s French Vintage Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Ceramic

Gio Colucci (1892-1974) Green Glass Statue, 1950-1959, Expressionism
Located in Lisbon, PT
A Gio Colucci 1960s statue in polychromed soft green glass, an unique piece of Abstractism, one of the last art pieces of the Artist. Acquired at : Bernard Oger et Étienne Dumont, c...
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20th Century French Expressionist Ceramic Folk Art

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Ceramic, Glass

Large Antique Terracotta 19th Century Dairy Bowl Kitchen Decoration, C.1880
Located in London, GB
A very large 19th century dairy bowl. c.1880 Terracotta with beautiful green glazed bowl with wonderful ancient stapled repair. Some minor chipping here and there, but a great dec...
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Late 19th Century English Industrial Antique Ceramic Folk Art

Materials

Terracotta

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