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A pair of planters by Marei Keramik from the 1960s. Mid-century German ceramics with blue glaze and fat lava details.
High quality set consisting of three hand-blown vases in red, purple and blue.
Large floor vase Fat Lava glaze in earthy colors with structure and ethnic pattern.
Norwegian cylindrical brass and stone vase with polished stone and brass on top and bottom.
Ceramic vase - Jasba - No. 106/42 - Germany, the 1960s.
It’s a particular Murano glass, called “Scavo”, an Italian word means that it looks like one was found in an excavation. It’s yellow and grey and in perfect conditions. It’s signed Cenedese on the bottom and it has a sticker...
Ceramic vase, designed by HANNS WELLING - Germany, 1960s.
Vetreria Artistica Oball, Murano glass vase. A Luigi Ornesto design with labels including the Vetreria Artistico label.. Chunky 2.5kg colourful sommerso glass vase. A very impressive piece, definitely a conversation starter. In excellent vintage condition. With light surface marks consistent...
Vetri Artistici Achemede Seguso glass vase. Large mouth blown gold inclusion glass vase. Decorated with 3 wings-like fins. Labelled ‘SEGUSO Vetri Murano, including the Vetreria Artistico label. A very impressive piece, definitely a conversation starter. In excellent vintage condition. With...
Exceptional modernist Memphis era ceramic tea set. Dual toned glazed ceramics in colours green and silver. Consisting of a large tea pot (Kettle) with lid, Milk Jug, Sugar Bowl + lid and 3 Tea cups, all in perfect condition. Made...
Rare Italian Enameled Vide Poche by ceramist Guido Gambone with a figurative composition in blue, green and blue-green. The small tray is in copper and signed in printed letters 'Gambone Italy' There is one small chip on the edge of...
Vase in 'pate de verre' from the 1920's in the style of Delatte 44,5 cm high - not signed.
Ettore Sottsass sculptural ceramic vase. Manufactured by Alessio Sarri,Italy,1991.
Vase - Design by Aldo Londi for Bitossi, Italy, 1960s.
Charming and elegant, this watering can comes from Czechoslovakia from the era of functionalism. Design shows strong Industrial lines and functionality. It is probably still fully functional, but serves more decorative purpose these days. Made fully of metal, completely rusted...
Beautiful metallurgical, blown glass vase which was handmade. Designed by Pavel Hlava in 1968. Model was originally named The Brain vase. Obviously takes a name after the original, yet a beautiful shape which is supposed to reseble the human brain....