Highly stylized Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau stoneware vase with robust, interlacing, tube-lined florals and vines. The tall, baluster form has energetic decoration in olive greens, light blues and sienna in relief against a mottled, rich blue and olive ground. Among artist marks are those of well-known Florence E. Barlow. The artist won many awards at exhibitions throughout her longevity at the Lambeth pottery, active 1873-1909. Impressed workshop marks along with date mark for 1904. 15" H.
Art Nouveau Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases. Tall, cylindrical-form pair with pinched, flaring necks. Glazed in mottled celadon with central, cobalt-glazed panels. Four relief florals rise toward the top in mocha and light blue with additional flowerheads as well as draped beading in light blues. Impressed workshop mark beneath along with artist marks for Lily Partington and Louisa Ayling, circa 1906 to 1922. 14 1/4" H. each
Stunning Art Nouveau Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase. Bulbous, baluster form has a celadon background with a large panel of energetically interlacing vines in high relief upon a cobalt ground. Rising flowers in relief further enhance the vase with glazes ranging from blues to sienna tones. Impressed Doulton Lambeth marks for period beginning circa 1902 to 1924. Decorator marks include those of Marion Holbrook. 13 3/8" H.
Secession pottery covered bowl by Dagobert Peche (Austria 1877-1923). Impressed marks for Gmunder Keramik Austria 1915-20. The firm executed pottery for the Wiener Werkstatte. Stylized Vienna Secession design of a figural, reclining woman holding a flower amidst a naturalistic gardenscape glazed in black and white. A tree is upon the reverse. The cover is crowned by a finial along with a geometric Secession pattern. Similar work seen in "Dagobert Peche and the Weiner Werkstatte," Yale University Press in association with the Neue Galerie in New York, copyright 2002. 3 1/4" H., 4" W.
Lovely Art Nouveau Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase. The bold, bulbous, baluster form with its upward-turned opening, is glazed in cobalt blue. Five large heart-form leaves with detailed relief beading are glazed in celadon. Additional leaves as well as pendant Art Nouveau foliates are glazed in light blue, gold and dark green. Impressed marks as well as workshop marks for Miss B. Harman, circa 1904. 11 1/8" H.
Fine example for the collector of silver overlay. Art Nouveau English pottery miniature vase is fully hallmarked. Chartreuse crackle glaze has chased silver with interlacing vines and pendant flowers. Elongated neck is completely covered in silver. Hallmarks: John Henry Wynn, Birmingham 1902. 3" H.
Doulton Lambeth bulbous, long- neck-form vase glazed in mottled blue tones. A series of Art Nouveau rosettes surrounded by glazed green heart-shape leaves are in relief. The florals sprout from a raised beaded stem. Impressed artist mark for Senior Assistant E. Violet Hayward. Impressed Doulton marks as well, along with number, circa 1904. 6 3/4" H.
Rosenthal box painted with high Art Deco Modernist designs in blues, orange, yellow and gray upon a white glaze. The box, with beaded highlights in relief, has complementing painted designs on the sides as well. Made in Germany with date mark for 1929. 3/4" H., 2" W., 2 5/8" L.
Robust silver overlay florals upon a cobalt blue glazed ground vase. The bold baluster form with its pinched neck was made in Germany by the Hutschenreuther porcelain workshop circa 1960.
Stunning design and form! Large Doulton Lambeth Art Nouveau stoneware vase. The tall baluster organic form rises to a pinched neck that flares at its top. Glazed in mottled royal blue. Incised floral, foliate and interlaced details are glazed in green and golden tones with lighter blue upon flower heads. Signed with incised artist mark beneath for Louisa Wakely, circa 1902. 16 3/4" H.
Pair Doulton Lambeth gilded circle ware vases. The overall spiral patterns are incised into the clay prior to firing. Gilding is then added along with enamel glazing. Banded foliates in relief upon a cobalt ground are above the spirals. Impressed artist mark for Lily Partington along with workshop marks circa 1910. 5" H. each
Lovely Dagobert Peche cup with saucer. The cream glazed pottery is painted with stylized Secession foliates. The handle, footed support and saucer rim each have complimenting Secession designs. Impressed marks for Gmunder Keramik, Austria circa 1915-20. Dimensions: 3 1/2" H, 4" W to Handle (cup), 6 1/4" W Saucer.
Pair of Art Nouveau Royal Dux pottery vases with pierced handles and florals. Ivory tone background with painted green & gilt accented relief flowers. Bases with impressed Royal Dux Bohemia triangles and factory numbers. One impressed Austria. Excellent condition. Height 9", width of base 5 1/2". Circa 1905
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #170082 (stock #5090)
Among the most desirable of Rosenthal's early Art Deco Figures; signed in the porcelain Dorothea Charol. Date mark for 1921. Beautifully painted in rich colors. Mint condition. Pictured in "Rosenthal", by Dieter Struss, 1995, page 61. Dimensions: Height 6 3/4", Length 11".
Youthful Clown Figure by one of Rosenthal's most prominent artists, Ferdinand Lieberman. Signed in porcelain. Rosenthal datemark for 1927. Professional repair to tip of one shoe. Dimensions: Height 6", Width 4 1/2".