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The cylinder shape table lamps where produced in stoneware with a natural glaze. The border at the neck is gilded, the band of shiny gold emphasis the rough texture of the ceramic body. Guido Bitossi established his own ceramic workshop near Florence, in Montelupo, in 1921. Originally the works was named (Ceramaic Manufactory Guido Bitossi & Sons), the company name was later shortened to Bitossi Ceramiche. After World War II, master ceramist Aldo Londi (1911-2003) was appointed creative…

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A Mexican high temperature ceramic center piece by Alberto Díaz de Cossío. Manufactured at the Taller Experimental de Cerámica in Mexico City (Experimental Ceramic's Workshop). The round ceramic center piece shows a green and blue enamel design on the interior. Signed with the typical "bull" mark and dated 85 on base. Taller Experimental de Cerámica began in 1962, when Alberto Díaz de Cossío began a small workshop at his father's house in colonia Roma. In 1964, he moved his workshop to his…

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Huge stoneware figurine/sculpture of a young lively horse no. 535 designed by Gertrud Kudielka (1896-1984) and manufactured by L. Hjorth ceramic workshop on the island Bornholm, Denmark The figurine is decorated with red-brown and ocher colored glaze and signed L Hjorth - Denmark + model 535 + monogram GK for Gertrud Kudielka Measures: Height 32.5 cm Length 38 cm Mint condition without chips, cracks or repairs. The glaze has a small irregularity from the production - see photo

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Set of three pieces. Green mushroom dimensions: 42 cm height, 31 cm diameter top. Red mushroom dimensions: 42 cm height, 32 cm width, 24 cm depth. White cactus dimensions: 51 cm height, 41 cm width, 41 cm depth. Desiree De Ridder, argentine contemporary artist. Studies 1991-1995 Painting Professorship, Prilidiano Pueyrredón (UNA). 1999 Animation, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, UK 2002-2004 Graciela Olio and Alejandra Jones´s Ceramic Workshop. 2018 Residency in…

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Ceramic cylinder shape table lamps where produced in stoneware with a light brown glaze. The border at the neck is gilded, the band of shiny gold emphasis the rough texture of the ceramic body. New wiring in gold braided flex to british standard and european small bayonet cap bulbs, ready for immediate use. Dimensions are of the bases only, without the shades d 13 cm, h 40 cm dimensions shades in photo d 35, h 23 cm. up to 250v (europe/uk standard).the wiring of this item may be original and…

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A vase produced by Rörstrand, Sweden, 1950s. Designed by Gunnar Nylund, (Swedish, 1914-1997). Stamped. Nylund served as artistic director at Rörstrand, where he worked, 1931-1955. Prior to his work at Rörstrand he was a well-established ceramic artist in Denmark at Bing & Grøndahl, and later founding ceramic workshop Saxbo, in partnership with Nathalie Krebs. Other ceramicists of the period include Axel Salto, Carl-Harry Stålhane, Wilhelm Kåge, Arne Bang and Stig Lindberg.

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Very rare ceramic bowl or vide-poche with bird motif by French artist Jaques Blin from the 1950s. Jacques Blin was born in France in 1920. He earned a degree in engineering, but decided to make a living from his passion. So, in 1954, he founded his own ceramic workshop. In the same year, he exhibited his creations at exhibitions for ceramists and art professions, as well as at the Maison de la Chimie. A dedicated advocate of ceramic art, he became vice president of the International Academy…

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A vase or vessel produced by Rörstrands, Sweden, 1950s. Designed by Gunnar Nylund, (Swedish, 1914-1997). Signed. Nylund served as artistic director at Rörstrands, where he worked 1931-1955. Prior to his work at Rörstrand he was a well-established ceramic artist in Denmark at Bing & Grøndahl, and later founding ceramic workshop Saxbo, in partnership with Nathalie Krebs. Has a similar style as works by ceramicists such as Axel Salto, Carl-Harry Stålhane, Wilhelm Kåge, or Arne Bang.

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Ceramic ball or flowerpot. One of a kind, made of red clay. Burnt in Raku kiln. Reduction in sawdust. Glazed only some elements of the flowerpot, what gives interesting contrast of colour glazes and black surface. As a piece of art, the ball be exposed in any living area as a decoration or part of bigger collection. Look also in other items, like: https://www.etsy.com/listing/823512406/raku-ceramic-decorative-vase-raku?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1 or…

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A vase produced by Rörstrand, Sweden, 1950s. Designed by Gunnar Nylund, (Swedish, 1914-1997). Stamped. Nylund served as artistic director at Rörstrand, where he worked, 1931-1955. Prior to his work at Rörstrand he was a well-established ceramic artist in Denmark at Bing & Grøndahl, and later founding ceramic workshop Saxbo, in partnership with Nathalie Krebs. Other ceramicists of the period include Axel Salto, Carl-Harry Stålhane, Wilhelm Kåge, Arne Bang and Stig Lindberg.

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