Minton Ltd. – Secessionist Movement English Pottery Vase. circa 1900-1908Gift Ideas, Pottery
A rare Minton Ltd. Secessionist movement pottery vase in deep bright reds with yellow lowers and green leaves.
Marked: Minton Ltd. No.33
Measures: 4 3/4 inches high x 3 1/2 inches wide.
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German Mettlach Lidded Stein / Tankard by Villeroy & Boch dates 1871-1909
This is an exemplary example of a Mettlach stein by Pillory and Boch. It featured a masterful trellis, grape vine and bird design that wraps around the body to highlight a placard that has what I believe to be a German drinking song. The plaque words, in German, are in black with red accents and are flanked with figures, one male & one female. This stein or tankard has a pottery lid that attaches to the handle with a pewter hinge, the hinge works easily to allow the drinker to open it using one hand.
Marked: Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach, 1370, II, 30 00 and 1/2 L. The mark in green was used from 1874 till 1909.
Measures: 6 inches high at handle x 5 1/2 inches wide including handle.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
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A 10 1/4″ CANADIAN Studio ART POTTERY RAKU VASE by PETER POWNING, 1987
This gorgeous white raku-fired art pottery vase is a simple, restrained, classic ginger-jar shape with a high, flat collar.
The front of the vase has an incised, rectangular, miniature, abstract decorative panel with purple, blue, grey, brown and green areas separated by black lines.
The linear precision of the centre panel is in striking contrast to the irregular black lines of the crackle on the glazed white body.
Peter Powning is a well known Canadian ceramic artist, sculptor and printmaker who began his professional career in 1976. His work been exhibited at the prestigious Gardiner Museum of Ceramics in Toronto and he has had exhibits and public commissions across Canada.
He lives and works near Sussex, New Brunswick. He is a member of the GAAC ( Glass Art Association of Canada).
Marked: Signed by the artist on the base,”Powning” 1987, Canada (pictured).
Measures: 10 1/4 ” H x 4″ W at the opening x 7″ across at the centre.
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Moorcroft Vase With Pomegranate Pattern, circa 1920.
Moorcroft Vase With Pomegranate Pattern.
A tall vase with the classic ‘pomegranate pattern’, it dates circa 1920 by William Moorcroft, England. The vase is a tall cylinder shape with a solid round base for easy support and placement upon a surface. It is a unique, yet sophisticated composition of shape and design, with glazed colour flashes of red, yellow, orange, green, blue and violet on the exterior.
A delightful tall vase by Moorcroft, it would make a stunning vessel for centre pieces of sorts.
Measures: 11 inches in height x 4 1/2 inches in diameter
Marked: On the bottom in blue, impressed mark and signed monogram, Moorcoft. Made in England.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal scratches)
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Moorcroft Lamp in ‘Anemone’ Pattern. c.1940’s
Large Moorcroft lamp in the Anemone pattern. Green background the Anemone flowers in pinks and purples.
Marker: Moorcroft. Pattern: Anemone (Dates circa 1940’s)
Measures: 16 inches tall (with shade 30 inches tall ) x 4 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs.
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