Tall modernist, stoneware vase. Skillfully executed, fired and glazed. Unable to decipher description on the base. This item is 10 cm in diameter and 40 cm high and the price is $100.
Serving platter by (late) Spode in the Copeland pheasant pattern in excellent condition. We have a number of pieces including cups and saucers, both tea and smaller coffee or demi-tasse. Also bowls and plates to be offered individually and all in this pattern. Measurements of this plate, 33 cm by 24 cm. The price is $48.
Set of six (6) ceramic bird plates. Australian garden birds, each with wall hanging hooks. Measurements are 24 cm diameter. Price is $78 for six.
Moorcroft glazed plate. Measuring 26 cm diameter by 3 cm high. Price was $390, now reduced to $290.
Delightful hand painted gouda vase circa 1950. Measurements are 38 centimetres high 15 cm wide.
Deco floral English ceramic porcelain jug and basin with English Cottage scene. Circa 1910/1920. No faults. Measurements are basin 38 cm diameter. Jug 28 cm high and 20 cm diameter. Price reduced, was $98, now $88.
Large blue reproduction ceramic plant pot made in China. No faults. Measurements 56 cm wide diameter by 36 cm high. Price $110
Pair of Japanese Imari plates, or rather two similar plates. We have included the best shot we can muster of the impressed mark that is on both, fainter on one. Measurements 30 cm diameter. Price $315 for two. Each plate includes a wall hanging bracket.
A collection of food canisters made from pottery in Czechoslovakia in the early 1900s. Comprising six (6) large containers four (4) smaller spice containers and oil and vinegar bottles. Measurements for the larger containers are 11 cm wide by 11 cm deep by 19 cm high. Price $195 for the 12 pieces.
From the late 19th century, a pair of baluster shaped vases with a fluted lip. The Imari colour scheme with it’s mix of reds, blues and whites, looks just as elegant today as it did 100 years ago. In that former world without planes or even cars.
18 cm diameter and 36 cm high.