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,
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
Porcelain Effie Hegermann Lindencrone
Vase by Effie Hegermann Lindenkrone, Bing & Grøndahl, 1921.
Effie Hegermann Lindencrone (1860–1945) is considered one of the most talented and successful porcelain artists of the early twentieth century in Denmark, creating the best examples of porcelain
Porcelain Blush Ivory
Vase with lid, height 24 cm, painted by Edward Raby, Royal Worcester, 1898.
Porcelain production experienced an extraordinary boom towards the end of the 19th century. Here and there, new companies producing porcelain products arose, offering customers hitherto unprecedented forms in
Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates
Virgin Mary with Child Jesus, designed by Christian Thomsen, 1908.
The Royal Danish porcelain factory Royal Copenhagen, which was founded in 1775, maintains the traditions of the past and still produces traditional hand-painted art porcelain. One of the
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
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
Belleek porcelain
Basket with lid decorated with flowers BELLEEK Co FERMANAGH circa 1870 1890.
The most interesting products of the factory from Northern Ireland are wicker baskets and stucco decoration in the form of flower bouquets. In a special department, craftsmen weave
Pair of vases with girls on a swing probably George Johnson and Sons Stoke on Trent England height 26.5 cm late 19th century.
The first masters who worked in this technique were Chinese ceramists. Europeans, trying to create similar ceramics, found their own method, which is called “Pâte-sur-pâte” – a French
George Owen mesh china
Vase with dolphin handles by George Owen 8.5 cm high Royal Worcester late 19th century.
The work of the English potter ​George Owen (1845-1917), who perfected the production of products with mesh walls at the Royal Worcester Manufactory, is surprising and admirable. His