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Keller & Guerin, Old Strasbourg, Double Bowled Serving Dish with Handle - S4058

Keller & Guerin, Old Strasbourg, Double Bowled Serving Dish with Handle - S4058

'Ceramic Cretaceous Vessel' - by Angela Mellor (U.K.) | bone china with paper clay inserts.

'Ceramic Cretaceous Vessel' - by Angela Mellor (U.K.) | bone china with paper clay inserts.

"Simple and wonderful, this is work by Petra of Lilla Jizo who is based on the west coast of Sweden. Petra uses found sea glass and sea ceramics to create these talisman or amulet's."

"Simple and wonderful, this is work by Petra of Lilla Jizo who is based on the west coast of Sweden. Petra uses found sea glass and sea ceramics to create these talisman or amulet's."

Aliums, Agapanthus and Foxtails I love this little jug...it's beautiful

Aliums, Agapanthus and Foxtails I love this little jug...it's beautiful

Royal Doulton, Tango, Tea Cup and Saucer. Art Deco. Perfect Condition. in Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Porcelain/ China, Royal Doulton | eBay

Royal Doulton, Tango, Tea Cup and Saucer. Art Deco. Perfect Condition

Royal Doulton, Tango, Tea Cup and Saucer. Art Deco. Perfect Condition. in Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Porcelain/ China, Royal Doulton | eBay

Chinese blue and white porcelain  China porcelain 青花瓷  http://www.cultureincart.com/story/blue-and-white-porcelain.html

Chinese blue and white porcelain China porcelain 青花瓷 http://www.cultureincart.com/story/blue-and-white-porcelain.html

Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form, with ovoid body and gilt copper-bound mouth rim. Finely crazed turquoise glaze. Inscription on the shoulder. Late Ming to Early Qing circa 1600-1700. Courtesy of The British Museum.

Porcellaneous stoneware wine-jar of guan form, with ovoid body and gilt copper-bound mouth rim. Finely crazed turquoise glaze. Inscription on the shoulder. Late Ming to Early Qing circa 1600-1700. Courtesy of The British Museum.

Ceramics by Ilse Claeson. Though not one of the most famous designers from the 1900s, her black-green pottery with clear Art Deco touches, is easily recognizable.

Ceramics by Ilse Claeson. Though not one of the most famous designers from the 1900s, her black-green pottery with clear Art Deco touches, is easily recognizable.

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