Porcelain by Danish designer Bjorn Wiinblad
Christmas Songs Plate by Bjorn Wiinblad for Rosenthal from 1994.
Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006) was born in Copenhagen. He was an incredibly versatile artist. Having started his career as an artist and illustrator, he expanded his field of activity,
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Beswick porcelain manufactory
Pair of Vintage Mantle King Charles Spaniels Miniature Beswick Dog Figurines.
Beswick figurines. English stamps Manufacturer of original ceramics and porcelain from England. Beswick figurines for collectors. Factory in Longton, James Wright Beswick. He began his porcelain production around
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Faberge masters. Nikolai Alexandrovich Petrov
Silver brooch-pendant with gilt and diamonds, decorated with guilloché enamel, diameter 2.5 cm, workmaster Mikhail Perkhin, FABERGÉ, St. Petersburg, 1899-1903.
Faberge jewelry was often decorated with precious enamels. Guilloche enamel looked especially beautiful. In this technique, enamel is applied over a rhythmic geometric ornament finely engraved on the
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Pino Signoretto from Murano
The largest Murano glass sculpture in the world, 3x4 m, Pino Signoretto.
Pino Signoretto is a famous glassblower from the island of Murano. Patiently blowing masterpiece after masterpiece, Pino Signoretto never repeats his products, even if he is asked to
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Emile Galle – faience
Faience cats with polychrome floral decoration, height 33 cm, circa 1900
Emile Galle was born in Nancy (Lorraine) on May 4, 1846 in the family of Charles Galle-Reinemer, an entrepreneur who produced art glass and ceramics. After the death
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Fairyland Luster by Wedgwood
Ordinary Luster vase with fairy bird painted in gold, Ordinary Luster, designed by Daisy Makeig Jones, Wedgwood.
Perhaps one of the most valuable series from the Wedgwood manufactory is considered among collectors to be the Fairyland Luster series (Fairytale Glitter, or Fairytale Chandelier). Introduced in
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Enamel Namikawa Sosuke
Vase decorated with enamel, depicting two lapwings, height 25.7 cm, workshop of Namikawa Sosuke, late 19th century.
Namikawa Sosuke (1847–1910) is one of the most famous Japanese enamellers, receiving the title of Teishitsu Gigein (Imperial Artist) in 1896. The title Teishitsu Gigein was awarded by
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Sigvard Bernadotte – Prince of Design
Cocktail set in silver design by Sigvard Bernadotte.
Sigvard Bernadotte received his primary education at home, then studied at the closed Lundberg boarding school, and in 1926 he entered Uppsala University, the oldest in Scandinavia (founded
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Ceramics Royal Dux in Art Nouveau style
Porcelain tray covered with mother of pearl glaze with a figure of a girl among flowers width 31.5 cm Royal Dux.
The date of creation of the brand of Czech porcelain ROYAL DUX BOHEMIA is considered to be in 1853, when a factory for the production of ceramics in
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Figurines of animals and birds from the factory Royal Doulton
Mouse group Negros 10 cm ceramics George Tinworth.
The legendary factory of collectible porcelain figurines, Royal Doulton, was originally engaged in the production of ceramic dishes and drains. The history of the manufactory was predetermined by
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