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Big and beautiful grey ceramic floorvase Verona by Ingrid Atterberg for Upsala Ekeby, Sweden
A lovely Norwegian vintage ceramic vase whith lovely earth colors and nice decor.
Pair of green vintage ceramic lion candlelight figurines in lying position from the 1920s
Midcentury stoneware vase with grey, blue and yellow glaze by Ingrid Atterberg for Rörstrand in 1961-1965.
Midcentury stoneware vase with a rustic look in grey, brown, beige and black by Carl Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand
Jug-handled vintage vase with an earth coloured circle motive around the body
A. Riecke cylindrical vase in black engraved glass signed and dated, 20th century.
Ceramic vase from Bay Keramik - brown & white colors Germany - 1970's Height: 41 cm, diameter: 20 cm
Ceramic vase from Scheurich Keramik - dark brown colors Germany - 1970's Height: 40 cm, diameter: 20 cm
Ceramic vase from Bay Keramik - brown tones Germany - 1970's Height: 55 cm, diameter: 24 cm
Set of 3 vases of the 'Reptile' serie White, light blue and yellow Designed and signed by Stig Lindberg Produced by Gustavsberg - Sweden- 1953 Height: 22 to 32cm
-Rare pre-series of Longwy lunch balls “The Gemini”. -By Danilo Curetti, the best-rated creator of Longwy’s balls. -25 cm in diameter. -A rare copy of a pre-series whose number has been crossed out due to trade.
An extraordinary glass vase very expressive and colorful. Important in execution and processing. A masterpiece in the art of glass.
A wonderful Murano handblown green, copper flecks, green aventurine, millefiori murrines, and twisted ribbons Italian art glass flower vase. Documented to the A.Ve.M. (Arte Vetraria Muranese) company.
This decorative wall mounted vase was made in Vallauris, France and can be dated in the 1950s.
Midcentury ceramic vase from Czechoslovakia, 1960s. Rare big vase.
Vase was designed by Pavel Hlava in 1968 for Borse Glass. The item made of ruby compactly shaped glass. Decor is known in collector's slang as "brain". Made in Czechoslovakia. Original, excellent condition.
Art glass vase by Frantisek Vizner for Skrdlovice, Czech, circa 1970. Those vases took part in Czech exhibition in Expo Osaka 1970. Weight: 2,6kg.
Art glass vase by Jaroslav Svoboda for Skrdlovice, Czech, circa 1980, signed. Weight: 5kg.