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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.

Goldscheider Wall Plaque

Art Nouveau terracotta wall plaque, undoubtedly from Goldscheider, depicting in strong relief a young maiden spinning yarn. Wearing a long, off-the-shoulder gown she is seated, with one foot slightly raised on a stool, alongside a…

Art Deco Bowl by Fieldings Crown Devon

Colourful Art Deco bowl from Fielding’s Crown Devon dating from the 1930’s. Depicting a galleon sailing on the high seas with its sails billowing and large bright red flags fluttering in the wind.  Further round…

Art Nouveau Zsolnay Card Tray

A rare Art Nouveau Eosin glazed visiting card tray from Zsolnay Pécs of Hungary. Designed for them by Miklos Pfilf circa 1913 and modelled as a pigeon perched on one side of the dish, interestedly…

Royal Doulton Galleon Vase by Ethel Beard

Baluster shaped Arts & Crafts vase from Royal Doulton in a mottled blue shade with two different scenes of a galleon at sea, one on each side. The rolling seas together with large white clouds…

Sarreguemines Poppy Jardiniere

Good sized Art Nouveau era ceramic jardiniere by Sarreguemines dating from the very early 1900’s. With a flared, scalloped rim and enamelled decoration of wild poppies against a sunset hued background, somewhat similar to the…

Catteau Art Deco Vase

Charles Catteau designed Art Deco vase made by Boch Freres in Belgium. Decorated with Catteau’s famous stylised fruit design in strong colours set against the usual crackle-glazed off white background. The rim of the neck…

Zsolnay Cabinet Vase

Beautiful and rare little Art Nouveau decorative vase from Zsolnay Pecs.  Just 14 cm high, the porcelain-faience body is covered with a polychrome glaze and sits in a gilded pewter mount that has a design of leaves…

Nouveau Maiden Vase

A tall Art Nouveau white terracotta or plaster vase from France made around 1895.  It takes the form of an irregular shaped jug or ewer with a naturalistic handle and an elegant, downward looking draped…

Moorcroft Biscuit Barrel

There is so much Moorcroft around that we usually keep away but both this and the tea service also listed caught our eye so here they are. This is a piece made by Moorcroft for Liberty and…

Pewter Mounted Tea Service by Moorcroft

Really delightful pewter-mounted four piece tea service from Moorcroft, almost certainly retailed by Liberty and Co. in the 1920’s. Decorated in the well-known pomegranate pattern and with a rich, lustrous glaze, each piece has bi-fabricated…

Bowl from Ditmar Urbach

Very unusual Art Deco bowl from Ditmar Urbach in the typical and slightly bizarre style and colouring that this Czechoslovakian manufacturer favoured. The interior of the bowl is decorated with a hand-painted stylised floral design set against…

Catteau Vase with Gourds

Art Deco ceramic vase designed by Charles Catteau for Boch Freres Keramis circa 1922. This is classic Catteau with its design of stylised gourds and leaves in conjunction with a series of dark, wavy lines…

Vase with Pheasant

Ceramic vase from Amphora aptly named “Vase with Pheasant”, designed by Eduard Stellmacher circa 1905. The stem is decorated with trees while the pheasant is standing on the bulbous part of the body, with its tail…

Nouveau Style Bowl

Ceramic bowl by Keralouve la Louviere depicting two maidens washing from a raised water vessel or fountain whilst standing beneath a tree. Finished with an attractive crackle glaze and decorated around the rim with a…

Lady Ewer by Bloch

Pretty Art Nouveau jug or ewer from Bernhard Bloch dating from around 1900.  With an applied handle and embellished with a leafy design and a lady’s profile in head and shoulders which has a cameo…

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