Ludwig Politzer – a classic of Viennese historicism
Silver gilded nave on wheels, decorated with polychrome enamel and mother-of-pearl, Ludwig Politzer, Vienna, late 19th century.
Ludwig Politzer ‘s works were exhibited at international exhibitions in Paris in 1878 and 1900 and were enthusiastically received by the public. Success brought him the title of
Chris Lanoy
Three Anniversary Mushroom Wall Plates, 1924, Faience, Chris Lanoy.
Artistic ceramics. Chris Lanoy Johannes Christian “Chris” Lanoy (1881-1948) was a Dutch painter, potter, designer, ceramist, sculptor and stained glass artist, born in Sint Annaland on the island
Designer William Moorcroft
Pair of vases from the Florian series, height 16 cm, William Moorcroft, circa 1898
Designer William Moorcroft (1872-1945) invented his glazing method and created his own unique style. Moorcroft relied on floral ornaments, and his products became one of the brightest manifestations
Fantastic pottery by Mitchell Grafton
Teapot Generous Cat, Mitchell Grafton, 2021
Ceramist and sculptor Mitchell Grafton lives and works in Panama City, Florida, USA. In 2009, he opened his own ceramics studio, where he creates unique works of art
Theodore Deck – faience in oriental style
Large faience dish in the cloisonné enamel style depicting flowers and butterflies, 60.9 cm diameter, Theodor Dec, circa 1874
Joseph- Theodore Deck (1823-1891) was a famous French potter of the 19th century. Born in Guebwiller (Haut-Rhin), Joseph-Théodore began learning the trade at the age of 20 and moved
Japanese porcelain Imari in a frame
Pair of Japanese Imari porcelain bowls with lids in Louis XVI style silver frame, porcelain period 1680-1700, silver settings Antoine-Simon Leveque, Paris, 1787
Imari is the most popular and collectible porcelain from Japan. It must be said that two predominant styles stand out, easily recognizable by the pattern and use of
Avant-garde porcelain by Nikolai Suetin
Nikolai Suetin Items from the Brusnichka tea service. 1929
Nikolai Suetin was Kazimir Malevich’s favorite student and friend. He, like no one else, was able to perceive the ideas of Suprematism and translate them into creativity. Suetin
KPM Berlin: 250-year history of luxury porcelain production
Set porcelain tea service
KPM Berlin (Royal Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin) is a trademark known since 1763. It was founded by King Frederick II of Prussia when he bought out a small
Nymphenburg manufactory
Antique vase Royal Vienna
The Nymphenburg manufactory in Bavaria is one of the oldest porcelain factories in Europe. It opened in 1747 in Munich and continues to work today. A characteristic feature
Sèvres porcelain
Breakfast service, 1813
Sevres porcelain from the first days was created with the support of King Louis XV. This porcelain manufactory is one of the leading in Europe, also because its