Other Ceramics

Bowls, vases and other vessels have been made by man from various ceramic materials for thousands of years and most of these historic and priceless artefacts are now museum pieces. We are just concerned with those dating from around the late 1800’s up until 1940 or so, years in which changing design shapes and patterns reflected the latest in artistic expression. During the Second World War a great many of these beautiful objects were unfortunately destroyed, but many have survived and those that are typically Art Nouveau or Art Deco in style are now sought after more keenly than ever. We have included a few vases made in terracotta and even plaster but, without wishing to state the obvious, would not recommend filling these with water without first inserting a suitable waterproof liner.

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  • Quite delightful and very rare Art Nouveau handled platter or fruit dish from Bernhard Bloch in the pleasing green and ochre shades that typify so...
    Ref:12524
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    Date added:2015-01-30 10:56:27
    Price: £875.00
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  • Very pretty hand-painted Royal Worcester small vase with a delightfully noble-looking peacock perched in a pine tree. The classic shape and soft...
    Ref:12067 (Vases)
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    Date added:2014-11-24 11:02:05
    Price: £145.00
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  • Exquisite porcelain vase from Delft of Holland dating from circa 1910. Very finely hand-painted and glazed, showing a peacock sitting in a tree...
    Ref:12007 (Vases)
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    Qty:1
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    Date added:2014-11-23 12:03:48
    Price: £325.00
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