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Two Schlossberg Keramik 1950's Pale Chartreuse Glazed Vases
5091
1950-1959

consisting of one ovoid pot and a fish-mouth vase, each in a glossy light-chartreuse glaze contrasting with a matt brown background; Schlossberg Keramik was established in 1946 by Ilse and Theodore Stefan in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany. The name was derived from its proximity to the foot of the 'schloßberg' or castle hill; excellent vintage condition with no cracks; minor overall rubbing to surface; some small fritting to rims

Height: 
15" 12"
Width: 
6.5"
Depth: 
5.5"
Diameter: 
9"
$1,850
Available
Large Raku-glazed Studio Pottery Ovoid-form Pot
4919
1960's

with everted neck above a compressed body covered overall in an iridescent multi-layered glaze of cobalt blue, greens and yellow; incised signature to underside; The Western version of Raku was developed in the 20th century by studio potters. Typically fired at high temperatures, the wares are placed in an open-air container filled with combustible material, unlike the traditional Japanese method. The Western process can give a great variety and depth of colors and surface effects as seen with this pot; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks

Height: 
14"
Diameter: 
14"
$1,650
Sold
Large Pair of Italian Baroque Style Majolica Bacchus Corbels/Brackets
60527
circa 1880

each carved wood and parcel-gilt corbel adorned overall with lively foliate scrolls;  fitted with striking polychromed majolica masks depicting Bacchus, the Roman god of agriculture, wine and fertility; one blue-eyed, the other brown-eyed; wear and chips to ceramic; overall wear and patina to gilding 

Height: 
27"
Width: 
16.5"
Depth: 
10.5"
$5,800
Available
Four Empire Style Cerulean-glazed Porcelain Vases with Chinoiserie Motifs
5044
late 19th Century

each tall ovoid Paris Porcelain vase flanked by upright handles; the front of each depicting figures in a landscape setting; the reverse with a garden scene; adorned with gilt accents throughout; unmarked; excellent antique condition with no chips or cracks; slight gilt loss 

Height: 
17"
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
7.5"
$8,400
Available
Pair of Empire Style Cerulean-glazed Porcelain Vases with Chinoiserie Motifs
5034
late 19th Century

each tall ovoid Paris Porcelain vase flanked by upright handles; the front of each depicting figures in a landscape setting; the reverse with a garden scene; adorned with gilt accents throughout; unmarked; excellent antique condition with no chips or cracks; slight gilt loss 

 

Height: 
17"
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
7.5"
$4,200
Available
Set of 3 American 1960's Royal Haeger Olive-green Glazed Ceramic Vases
4995

great set of American 1960's pottery, set of 3 vessels with mustard and brown glaze over an olive green ground; each with maker's marks to underside; excellent vintage condition with minor overall wear; no chips or cracks

Height: 
12"-13.5"
Width: 
6.5" - 8"
Depth: 
4"-5"
Diameter: 
9"
$1,650
Sold
Pair of Japanese Hokkaido Doki Baluster-from Celadon Glazed Vases
4996
1960's

each doki (earthenware) vase of shapely sensual baluster form covered in a rich celadon drip glaze ending at the foot; each marked to underside; excellent condition with no chips or cracks

Height: 
18"
Diameter: 
4"
$1,750
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Large and Impressive Glazed Ovoid-form Pot/Vessel; signed by listed ceramicist Sasha Makovkin
4832
1968

Sasha Makovkin typically threw pieces which his wife Susan decorated. His work ranged from functional stoneware forms to sculpture and architectural installations. Makovkin dug the stoneware clay he used for his functional pieces from Mt Tamalpias. Long before it was popular, Makovkin fired his work in a diesel fueled kiln using a mixture of used motor oils. 1954-1957 Heath Ceramics, Sausalito, California; 1966-1970 College of the Redwoods, Mendocino, California; 1988-1989 Artists (with his wife Susan) in Residence at Princeton Seminary, New Jersey

Height: 
16"
Diameter: 
14"
$2,750
Sold
A Good Pair of German KPM White-glazed Pierced Lattice Compotes
4824
in production 1945-1962

Excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; Königliche Porzellan Manufaktur, or KPM (established 1723) was a fundamental part of the landscape of the European decorative arts in the 19th Century, and was, and still is, one of the most prolific producers of luxury porcelain

 

Height: 
7.5"
Diameter: 
9.75"
$1,950
Available
well-executed pair of delft polychromed hand-painted covered jars signed by the artist P. Verhoeve
4767
1950's

each hand-painted urn adorned overall with an abundance of flowers and opposing song birds; excellent vintage condition with minor wear; one with small chip to underside

Height: 
17"
Diameter: 
8"
$2,250
Available

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