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Vilmos ZSOLNAY (1840-1900) A pair of enamelled ceramic vases decorated with birds and polychrome floral motifs. Signed Z.W. Pecs and numbered. Circa 1865-1885. H: 13 ½ in

DIETERLE Jules Pierre Michel ; manufacture de Sèvres Titre Vase de jardin Période création/exécution 3e quart 19e siècle Sèvres - Cité de la céramique Vases 1840-1860

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Ceramic VASE, Girl, Flowers, room decor, art doll

Ceramic face vase, Decorate your room with this unique vase or collect them. This vase is hand sculpted from white clay and painted with a brush with glaze. He was shot twice at high temperatures (Fired approx. 1840F). You can use this as a vase for flower , pot for needles. A great additional to your pottery collection. Size :6x 4x2 1/2 International buyers always welcome.Please contact me for a shipping quote. Thank you for looking and happy shopping! If you have any question feel free to…

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Vermilion by Paul Schneider (Ceramic Vase

Vermillion by Paul Schneider. This piece was *wheel thrown* using balcones white clay from South Texas. The vermillion is stenciled in order to achieve the unique pattern. The glaze firing utilized the *raku* method, which sees the kiln temperature rise to 1840 degrees Fahrenheit in less than an hour. Due to the quick and low temperature firing the piece retains some porosity. This vase is not suitable to contain liquids.

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Garden Court Antiques

A beautiful salt glazed earthenware double handled urn on pedestal with richly detailed grape relief, English, circa 1840 Link: http://www.gardencourtantiques.com/shop/salt-glazed-urn-with-grape-relief/ #earthenware #decorativeart #decor #homesweethome #interiors #interiordesign #interiordesignblog #interiordesignideas #saltglaze #antiqueshop #antiqueceramics #sf #SanFrancisco #garden #urns #vases #ceramics #glazed

X Chinese Handan stoneware decorated in black under a turquoise glaze, 1300-1400. This elegant vase appealed to George Salting (1835-1909), a passionate collector who bequeathed to the Museum a large number of Chinese ceramics. When Salting bought this piece it was already more than 400 years old. The Chinese had always treasured ancient ceramics, but it was only after the opening up of China to the West after 1840 that antique items became available to other collectors.