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a well-rendered english faience painted tile depicting a dutch galliot; signed 'Burmantofts Faience 1923
4740
dated 1923

Signed on reverse 'Dutch Galliot at Harbour Mouth'; a galiot was a type of Dutch merchant ship similar to a ketch, with a rounded fore and aft with flat bottoms to sail in shallow waters; excellent restored condition with professional repair; some wear to original giltwood frame; overall craquelure to glaze

Height: 
14.5"
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
1.5"
$2,250
Available
a rare Alfredo Santarelli luster-glazed double-handled vase
4749
circa 1915

Signed to underside 'AS' for Alfredo Santarelli (Italian 1874-1957) Majolica lustre-glazed urn with serpent handles; professional repair to lip

Height: 
11.5"
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
7"
$2,750
Available
 large and striking pair of early 20th century chinese export polychrome porcelain roosters
60481
late 19th/early 20th century

a mirror-image pair of finely modeled porcelain roosters in polychrome glaze; each with great detail seen in their heads, eyes, combs and wattles; their finely-painted feathers in a multi-color thick glaze; overall even wear; good condition with chip to one comb

Height: 
17 1/2"
Width: 
12"
Depth: 
7"
$2,450
Sold
this beautiful jar in an unusual ecru-colored glass having a finely chased gilt-bronze band with raised foliate decoration; the very smooth glass surface is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks 
4716
late 19th century

this beautiful jar in an unusual ecru-colored glass having a finely chased gilt-bronze band with raised foliate decoration; the very smooth glass surface is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks 

Height: 
4 1/2"
Diameter: 
3 1/2"
$875
Available
finely rendered pair of french rococo style blanc-de-chine urns/vases
50102
circa 1950's

each of elegant ovoid form adorned with finely articulated floral stems and grotto foliage; excellent condition with a few professionally repaired tips; stamped 'made in france' for the export market

Height: 
14"
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
8"
$3,850
Available
 large-scaled american rookwood 1940's art pottery celadon glazed cabbage-leaf bowl
4711
1940's

impressed with Rookwood flame mark; the well-detailed deep bowl depicting large overlapping cabbage leaves with flared undulating rim all tapering to a short foot; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; 
Rookwood has the distinction of being the first manufacturing company in the United States founded by a female, Maria Longworth Nichols (Cincinnati, OH, 1880)  The name was chosen because of the many rooks, also known as crows, on her father’s estate and added “wood” in recognition of Wedgwood

Height: 
5 1/2"
Width: 
14"
Depth: 
11 3/4"
$1,475
Available
 large and exquisitely rendered english teal-glazed ceramic urn with raised oak branchwork decoration
4700
late 19th century

a true statement piece with rolled lip adorned with egg-and-dart motif; above an ovoid body flanked by applied ring handles and decorated with lively oak leaves and acorns; excellent antique condition

Height: 
21 1/2"
Diameter: 
12 1/2"
$2,850
Available
rare and large-scaled italian terra cotta glazed stamnos vase/jar by listed ceramicist Giovanni Mollica, c. 1850
4691
circa 1850

signed on bottom 'Giovanni Mollica'; in 1842, Giovanni founded his ceramic workshop in Naples, Italy. His sons Ciro, Achille and Alexander took over the family business,  continuing it until the end of the 19th century; excellent condition with only minor overall wear to surface; a truly spectacular piece

 

Height: 
17 1/2"
Width: 
18"
Depth: 
15"
$5,650
Available
3269
Circa 1960

the striking ovoid vase tapering to the base; the textured finish in black and white glaze with vibrant red streaking around the body; minor wear

Height: 
15"
Diameter: 
7 3/4"
$1,550
Available
 mod set of 1980's ivory-glazed amorphic pottery by jaru pottery of california
4604
stamped 1984

each large scupture of assymetrical shape in an ivory glaze; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; stamped and labeled "Jaru 1984"

Height: 
10" 13 1/2"
Width: 
15 3/4" 14"
Depth: 
3"
$1,450
Available

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