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Title: Arabia Ceramic Teapot by Ulla Procopé

Reference: 03195

Description: A charming white glazed ceramic teapot, GA pattern, with a bamboo handle, by Ulla Procopé for the Arabia factory. Ulla Procopé (1921- 1968) was one of Finland's most significant designers during this period. Her designs balance a rustic sensibility with a machine aesthetic. The GA teapot (1955–72) is one of her best- known works. c.1950's Arabia factory mark to base.

Dimensions: H: 12cm (5") W: 16cm (6.5")

Price: £56

 
     

Title: Edmond Lachenal Ceramic Plaque - Louis Pasteur

Reference: 03194

Description: A Ceramic Plaque by the French Potter Edmond Lachenal(1855–1948), depicting Louis Pasteur. Edmond Lachenal was one of the pivotal figures in the development and creation of Art Nouveau in ceramics. His work is included in collections of Art Nouveau ceramics in the Louvre, Paris and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Dimensions: D:23cm (9")

Price: £48

 
     

Title: Edmond Lachenal Ceramic Plaque - Victor Hugo

Reference: 03192

Description: A Ceramic Plaque by the French Potter Edmond Lachenal(1855–1948), depicting Victor Hugo. Edmond Lachenal was one of the pivotal figures in the development and creation of Art Nouveau in ceramics. His work is included in collections of Art Nouveau ceramics in the Louvre, Paris and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Dimensions: D:23cm (9")

Price: £48

 
     

Title: Nils Thorsson, Aluminia, Ribbed Vase

Reference: 03187

Description: An Aluminia Faience vase, with blue glaze. Designed by Nils Thorsson. The Aluminia Faience factory was founded by August Schlitt(1834-1863). In 1868 Philip Schou took over the factory and in 1882 bought the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory and the two companies merged to one. Nils Thorsson took the facory into a new and final era in the period 1928-1969. Aluminia became Royal Copenhagen faience from 1969. Impressed mark to base.

Dimensions: H: 7cm (3")

Price: £30

 
     

Title: Rye Pottery Stripe Bowl

Reference: 03186

Description: A vintage Rye Pottery oval bowl, in the renowned stripe pattern. Pottery has been produced in Rye since medieval times, but what is now known as Rye Pottery was started at Cadborough near the end of the eighteenth century followed by Bellevue Pottery in the second half of the nineteenth century. After the war the premises were bought by two young sculptors - the brothers Wally and Jack Cole, who renamed the company 'Rye Pottery'. They moved away from the traditional designs and produced high quality majolica in the styles of the fifties. Impressed mark to base.c.1959-71

Dimensions: 14cm (15.5") x 11cm (4") x 7cm (3")

Price: £18

 
     

Title: Rye Pottery Embossed Pin Dish - 'Udimore Dish'

Reference: 03183

Description: A Rye Pottery embossed pin dish, made to commemorate a local church. Pottery has been produced in Rye since medieval times, but what is now known as Rye Pottery was started at Cadborough near the end of the eighteenth century followed by Bellevue Pottery in the second half of the nineteenth century . After the war the premises were bought by two young sculptors - the brothers Wally and Jack Cole, who renamed the company 'Rye Pottery'. They moved away from the traditional designs and produced high quality majolica in the styles of the fifties. Impressed mark to base. c.1970's

Dimensions: D: 13cm (5")

Price: £10

 
     

Title: Royal Copenhagen Fajance Vase

Reference: 03182

Description: A vase, from the Baca range, designed by Nils Thorssen for Royal Copenhagen and produced from 1964 to the 1970's. In the Baca range, Thorsson's own design motifs ranged from naturalistic to abstract and geometric. This line had a lot of complexity in design and relief within the glazing. "Fajance" is a term for hand painted ceramic.

Dimensions: H: 11cm (4.5")

Price: £38

 
     

Title: Staffordshire - Flosmaron - Preserve Pot

Reference: 03181

Description: A charming preserve pot from the 1920's/30's. The preserve pot has a footed base and is decorated with a country scene The pot comes complete with white metal lid. Marked 'Flosmaron, English made' on base along with an impressed mark of Regent.

Dimensions: H: 8cm (3")

Price: £16

 
     

Title: Royal Copenhagen Faiance Dish

Reference: 03180

Description: A Royal Copenhagen faiance dish, colourful and typical of the 1970's. Painted by Beth Breyan. The Aluminia Faience factory was founded by August Schlitt(1834-1863). In 1868 Philip Schou took over the factory and in 1882 bought the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory and the two companies merged to one. Nils Thorsson took the facory into a new and final era in the period 1928-1969. Aluminia became Royal Copenhagen faience from 1969. Printed mark to base.

Dimensions: 11cm x 11cm (4.5")

Price: £32

 
     

Title: Konakovo Faience Figurine

Reference: 03173

Description: A rare porcelain figurine from the Konakovo (or Konakova Konakovskaya) Faience Plant in the town of Kuznetsovo in the Konakovo Tver region of Russia. Titled "Girl sitting holding her head scarf" c.mid 20th century Printed marks to base. The Cyrillic letters "ЗиК" translates from the Russian as "Zik" or "Zeke".

Dimensions: H: 24cm (9.5")

Price: £225

 
     
     
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