Ferro (attr.) "pulegoso" uranium glass vase , circa 1960s

 

Barovier, Seguso, Ferro attributed. "Pulegoso" Green uranium vase with four facades and wing-handles. A beautiful fluorescent uranium based green.

No marks/signature, condition excellent.

H: 18cm x 12cm x 12cm

 

 

Ferro (attr.) "pulegoso" uranium glass vase , circa 1960s

560,00 €

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Jan Kotik "Propeller" vase for Škrdlovice , Czechslovakia, 1955

 

Produced from late 1950s to 1960s "Propeller" vase, designed by Jan Kotik in 1955, Škrdlovice, Czechslovakia.

As picture five shows how wide variations on a single design could be , as each piece was entirely handmade with various height around 20.5cm high.

Glass made at Škrdlovice performed exceptionally well at Brussels World Exposition of 1958 and factory products were awarded a gold medal at Munich Art Crafts Trade Fair in 1959.

In excellent condition.

(Research credits to Mark Hill, "Beránek & Škrdlovic, Legends of Czech Glass")

 

 

Jan Kotik "Propeller" vase for Škrdlovice , Czechslovakia, 1955

780,00 €

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Per Lütken "Arne" bowl for Holmegaard, designed in 1955

 

Per Lütken late edition "Arne" bowl, designed for Holmegaard in 1955.

Late editions are unsigned pieces, but not actual or present made pieces. This cobalt blue bowl is from middle 1960s.

The Royal Copenhagen edition of " Provence" bowl is very similar to "Arne" but there are diferences between the Holmegaard "Arne" edition and the Royal Copenhagen "Provence", the glass quality , height, and weight.  In great vintage condition.

H: 12cm x DIA: 31cm

Per Lütken "Arne" bowl for Holmegaard, designed in 1955

380,00 €

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Flavio Poli set of "sommerso" vases and bowl / ashtray for Seguso Vetri d´arte, circa, 1955

 

Flavio Poli set, composed by two "sommerso" vases and one bowl or ashtray. The green parts contains a small amout of uranium that gives a slight fluorescence to the piece. A
emission of electromagnetic radiation, usually visible light, caused by excitation of atoms in a material, which then reemit almost immediately.

all three in very good vintage condition.

Bowl: H: 5cm x W: 20cm

Vase: H: 26cm x W: 12cm

Vase: H: 18cm x W: 8cm

 

*Price for the set of three

 

Flavio poli (1900-1984), Italian artist, known for his designs in glass. Trained at the Istituto d`Arte di Venezia, then began work as ceramist. 1929 for Industrie Vetraie Artistiche murano as glass designer; Artistic director for Barovier, Seguso & Ferro that later became Seguso Vetri d`Arte in 1934. He Craeted a style of "submerged" glass (sommerso) and he became company director.

He left Seguso in 1963. From 1964 to 1966 he led the artistic glass division of the Società Veneziana di Conterie e Cristallerie. 

A number of his works are in the Murano Glass Museum, the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, and MoMA in New York, and in many design museums in the world.

Flavio Poli set of "sommerso" vases and bowl for Seguso Vetri d´arte, circa, 1955

1.350,00 €

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Per Lütken set of two aqua-blue fruit bowl for Holmegaard, Signed, 1959

 

Per Lütken set of two aqua-blue fruit bowl for Holmegaard, dated 1959 and signed.

Both in excellent condition.

Left: H: 9.5cm x W: 22cm

Right: H: 7cm x DIA: 26cm

 

*price for the set of two

Per Lütken set of two aqua-blue fruit bowl for Holmegaard, Signed, 1959

720,00 €

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Jaroslav Svoboda blue mottles and bubbles cylinder vase with Skrdlovice, CZ, 1969

 

Tapering cylinder vase with blue mottles and bubbles, designed by Jaroslav Svoboda with Skrdlovice, 1969.

Produced from 1969-1971 in four high versions. this vase is in excellent vintage condition.

H: 26cm x DIA: 12cm

Jaroslav Svoboda blue mottles and bubbles cylinder vase with Skrdlovice, CZ, 1969

380,00 €

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Rudolf Beranek Skrdlocive cobalt biomorphic vase, CZ, 1969

 

A biophormic in blue cobalt and transparent glass vase designed by Rudolf Beranek in 1969. As merber of the Beranek glassmasters family, Rudolf considerable skills were used frenquently at symposia. across decades he produced idiosyncratic design and not very fashion-orientated and always nautral inspired.

A expert glass-blower whos combined his knowledge of glass with an understanding for the demanding.

in an excellect condition

H: 30cm x W: 20cm

Rudolf Beranek Skrdlocive cobalt biomorphic vase, CZ, 1969

420,00 €

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Škrdlovice set of three vases, late 1950-60s

 

Right:  Milena Velíšková 2Kangaroo" series vase in green and blue cased, designed in 1955.

Center and right:  Rudolf Beránek pink and blue, and yellow and rosalin flared vase, designed in 1963.

 

All vases can be sold separately if kindly asked.

Škrdlovice set of three vases, late 1950-60s

890,00 €

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Holmegaard Otto Brauer & Per Lütken set of opal vases, Denmark, 1960s

 

Set of three Holmegaard blue opal vases. Left vase designed by Otto Brauer and center and right by Per Lütken, 1960s

The set is in excellent condition.

Price for the set of three*

Holmegaard Otto Brauer & Per Lütken set of opal vases, Denmark, 1960s

480,00 €

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René Roubíček Skrdlovice experimental amber glass vase, Czechoslovakia, 1972

 

This prominent experimental form vase, made by René Roubíček (1922 – 2018) in collaboration with Skrdlovice.

René Roubíček is a Czech glass-working icon. Glass art as an independent art discipline was actually born in Czechoslovakia, and it was first introduced to the world by Mr. Roubíček, well over half a century ago. His spatial and dimensional abstract compositions, combining metal and glass, caused a sensation at the 1958 Expo in Brussels. Subsequently, Roubíček won the Grand Prix Expo award. His work is represented in many major galleries worldwide.

This vase is in excellent condition.

René Roubíček Skrdlovice experimental amber glass vase, Czechoslovakia, 1972

780,00 €

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Carlo Moretti long opal-marbled blow-glass vase, circa 1970

 

Long Murano opal-marbled Blow-glass vase by Carlo Moretti, circa, 1970. Moretti work was 100% hand-blow glass and limited edition.

Carlo Moretti Murano crystal / glass objects have been created with innovation and continuous research. Moretti pieces are included in the permanent collections of the London Victoria and Albert Museum, the New York Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Museum of Modern Art, the Berlin Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz Kunstgewerbemuseum, and the Geneva Musée Ariana.

This vase is in great condition.

Carlo Moretti long opal-marbled blow-glass vase, circa 1970

340,00 €

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Set of two Beránek - Škrdlovice bowls / ashtray, Czechoslovakia, 1959

 

Set of two Bowls designed by Jan Beranek for Škrdlovice in 1959. Inspired by Murano glass of the period, this classic and sought-after range was part of Jan Beránek`s most successful. First show in Czechoslovakia glass review in 1965.

Both pieces in excellent condition.

 

Price for the set of two*

Set of two Beránek - Škrdlovice bowls / ashtray, Czechoslovakia, 1959

520,00 €

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Set of five Aldo Londi Rimini Blue vases for Bitossi, Italy, 1959

 

Aldo Londi’s ceramics are the result of an assiduous study and ongoing experimentation with different materials, colours and techniques. All of which has become even more prolific thanks to the help of the increasingly more advanced research of the chemical laboratory, Colorificio Colorobbia, incorporated in 1947 by the Bitossi family.

It is no coincidence that the name chosen for this series was "Rimini Blue", which at that time was a famous resort of the Italian bien vivre celebrated in famous Italian pop songs in vogue in 1959 such as "Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)" by Domenico Modugno and "Ricordati di Rimini".

We also dispose of a table lamp, please check "floor-table lamps".

All pieces are authentic from 1960s,  all signed and enumerated.

Set:

1 long rectangular vase:  H: 30cm x D: 11cm x W: 13.5cm

1 small rectangular vase: H: 16cm x D: 8cm x W: 5cm

1 small cylindrical vase:  H: 15cm x Diameter: 8cm

1 bowl or ashtray:           H: 6cm x Diameter: 13.5cm

 

Price for the set of five*

Set of five Aldo Londi Rimini Blue vases for Bitossi, Italy, 1959

1.600,00 €

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Set of two Frantisek Zemek Rhapsody Bowl for Sklarna Mstisov, Czechslovakia, 1960s

 

Czech glass biomorphic bowl/ashtray. Made by the Mstisov glassworks, and designed by Frantisek Zemek in the 1950's/60's, part of his 'Rhapsody' range. Similar items are shown in the book "Hi Sklo Lo Sklo" by Mark Hill, pages 66 + 67.

The Mstisov glass works, was founded in 1868 by F. Fischmann & Sons. At first they made glass rods for the jewellery industry, and later expanded into tableware. Frantisek Zemek became chief designer in the 1950's, and was probably best known for his 'Rhapsody' and 'Romana' ranges of glass bowls and vases. Mstisov became part of the Borske Sklo National Corporation in 1958.

Set of two Frantisek Zemek Rhapsody Bowl for Sklarna Mstisov, Czechslovakia, 1960s

640,00 €

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Willy Guhl Planter for Eternit Brazil, 1950s

 

This vase is part of the series of Eternit fiber-cement vases designed by Willy Guhl (1915–2004), the Industrial Design Pioneer in Switzerland who also created the remarkable loop chair (1954). When Eternit launched the first fiber-cement roof tiles in Europe, there were doubts about its resistance. So they created the vases to test if the material would be able to contain the water. The public liked it so much that the company kept them in the market. It was very common in the 1960s and 1970s to find pieces like this in Brazilian gardens and houses.

With a beautiful natural patina.

H: 92cm x DIA: 56cm

Willy Guhl Planter for Eternit Brazil, 1950s

2.100,00 €

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set of three Frantisek Zemek Rhapsody Vases for Sklarna Mstisov 1960s

 

The Mstisov glass works, was founded in 1868 by F. Fischmann & Sons. At first they made glass rods for the jewellery industry, and later expanded into tableware. Frantisek Zemek became chief designer in the 1950's, and was probably best known for his 'Rhapsody' and 'Romana' ranges of glass bowls and vases. Mstisov became part of the Borske Sklo National Corporation in 1958.

This heavy bowl is made of colorful metallurgical glass.

H: 27cm x D: 7cm

Pair of Frantisek Zemek Rhapsody Vases for Sklarna Mstisov 1960s

380,00 €

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Pair of Swedish bronze vessels, 1930s

 

Pair of Swedish bronze vessels-calice, circa 1930.

With a beautiful natural patina.

Price for the pair*

Pair of Swedish bronze vessels, 1930s

380,00 €

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Set of three Frantisek Zemek Vases for Sklarna Mstisov, 1960s

 

Set of three exceptional large vases by Frantisek zemek to Sklarna Mstisov, Czechoslovakia,1960s. Stunning metalurgical glass vases by his 'Rhapsody' range.

Similar items are shown in the book "Hi Sklo Lo Sklo" by Mark Hill, pages 66 + 67.

The Mstisov glass works, was founded in 1868 by F. Fischmann & Sons. At first they made glass rods for the jewellery industry, and later expanded into tableware. Frantisek Zemek became chief designer in the 1950's, and was probably best known for his 'Rhapsody' and 'Romana' ranges of glass bowls and vases. Mstisov became part of the Borske Sklo National Corporation in 1958.

 

From left to right:

1. H:30cm x D:12cm x W:13cm

2. H:43cm x D:10cm x W:17cm

3. H:25cm x D:9cm x W:11

Set of three Frantisek Zemek Vases for Sklarna Mstisov, 1960s

2.600,00 €

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Set of four Miloslav Klinger neodyumium-alexandrite glass vases, Czechslovakia, 1959-60

 

Lilac neodymium/alexandrite glass vases, changes colour depending on lighting (fotos), from lilac, pink to blue flame. Designed by Miloslav Klinger, labelled. sklo hutně tvarované, původní nálepka výrobce, Železnobrodské sklo, Železný Brod, Czechoslovakia, 1959/1960 (larger) , smaller (1970)

The Zelezny Brod glassworks, also known as Železnobrodské Sklo (ZBS), was created in 1948 as a result of nationalisation. At this time it was made up of nine glass factories in the town of Zelezny Brod, Czechoslovakia. ZBS is probably best known for it's popular free-formed organic vases and bowls, designed by Miloslav Klinger during the 1950's/60's.

All five in an excellect vintage condition

H: 26 to 17cm x D: 21cm x W: 6cm aprox.

Price for the set*

Set of four Miloslav Klinger neodyumium-alexandrite glass vases, Czechslovakia, 1959-60

640,00 €

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Strömbergshyttan, set of 5 aqua-blue clear crystal, Sweden, 1940s

 

Designed by Arent Dragsted for Strömbergshyttan Sweden in the 1940s. A set of five aqua-blue-silver clear crystal vases and an ice-bucket with rounded corners

Signed Strombershyttan on bottom, in excellent condition, just few scratches on bottom. Lindfors Glassworks was founded in 1876 and changed its name to Strombergshyttan in 1933, when Edward Stromberg, former head of Orrefors took over the company.

He and his son, Eric, created a process to make glass with a bluish-silver color, which became the dominant characteristic of Strombergshyttan. Gerda and Asta Stromberg designed many of the pieces, along with Rune Strand and Gunnar Nylund. The Stromberg family sold the company to Orrefors in 1976 and it was closed in 1979. Although most Strombergshyttan glass is signed with a production code, the designer is never noted on the glass.

all five in very good condition.

 

Price for the set of five

 

Strömbergshyttan, set of 5 aqua-blue clear crystal, Sweden, 1940s

3.400,00 €

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Cristallo Venezia CCC set of vase and large centerpiece, early, 1960s

 

Set of two Murano somersso glass, composed by a centerpiece bowl, and a cylindrical swirl vase

 

Italian hand blown Sommerso technique of hues of blue and pink/amethyst. Italy, circa 1960s. Manufactured by Cristallo Venezia CCC.

 

Both in a great vintage condition, bowl with the original etiquette, Murano italy.

 

 

Bowl: H: 13cm x W: 34cm x D: 21cm

 

Vase: H: 26cm x Diameter: 13cm

Cristallo Venezia CCC set of vase and large centerpiece, early, 1960s

520,00 €

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Cristallo Venezia CCC, green bowl centerpiece, Italy, early 1960s

 

Cristallo Venezia CCC green and slight yellow nuance Murano somersso glass, early 1960s, made in Italy.

In excellent condittion.

Cristallo Venezia CCC, green bowl centerpiece, Italy, early 1960s

260,00 €

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Cristallo Venezia CCC bowl centerpiece, Italy, early 1960s

 

Cristallo Venezia CCC blue cobalt with yellow nuance somersso Murano glass. Large centerpiece fruit bowl, Italy, early 1960s.

In excellent vintage condition.

Cristallo Venezia bowl centerpiece, Italy, early 1960s

280,00 €

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Cristallo Venezia CCC centerpiece, Italy, 1960s

 

Italian Murano mid-century bowl centerpiece, manufacturer, Cristallo Venezia CCC, early 1960s.

In excellent condition.

Cristallo Venezia CCC centerpiece, Italy, 1960s

280,00 €

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Axel Salto Glazed Ceramic Bowl, Royal Copenhagen, circa 1940

 

A magnificent, exceptional glazed ceramic bowl. Signed, Royal Copenhagen edition. Denmark, ca. 1940. H:17 cm W40 cm, AXEL SALTO (1889-1961).

Axel Salto is one of the masters of Danish design, although his principles of creativity have often run counter to the functionalist aesthetics of his contemporaries. successors. His work was greatly respected and his works purchased while he was at the peak of his career, for the collection of the Museum of Industrial Art in Copenhagen. Trained at the Academy of Arts in Copenhagen, he has evolved his style from heavy and dark woodcuts to painting and ceramics. He painted all his life, illustrated several books of poetry and children's stories, designed textiles L.F. Foght and was, in 1917, one of the founders of the magazine Klingen. It is however his sensual and unique approach to ceramics that propelled his career on the international scene. The first works of Salto are largely inspired by classical languages and Greek mythology, his student specialization, as well as visual motifs of Art Deco and religious iconography, especially demonic. Later, his works took more organic forms such as pods, budding flowers or fruits, for their fertile energy and appearance. Salto's approach was "to create in harmony with nature, rather than copying the outside." Salto, who created motifs in relief on the surface of his works, could also use his decorations to convey the different enameling techniques. He first worked for Bing & Grondahl from 1923 to 1929, then for the Royal Copenhagen, where he developed especially for his works several enamels and colors then unknown to the Danish palette, such as turquoise. Salto kept his studio, first for his paintings, but also for his collaborations with other artists such as Carl Halier.

 

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Axel Salto Glazed Ceramic Bowl, Royal Copenhagen, circa 1940

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Mstišov sklo "Niagara" range, vase and bowl, Czechslovakia, 1964

 

A 1960s Niagara range cased vase and bowl. This range was named by Glassexport in 1964. It was initially produced by Mstišov until c1964, when the production was moved to karlovarskè Sklo.

Both in excellent vintage condition.

Pricefor the set of two.

Mstišov sklo "Niagara" range, vase and bowl, Czechslovakia, 1964

670,00 €

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Set of five Per Lütken Smoked Glass for Holmegaard Denmark. 1960-1974

 

Set of five pieces in smoked glass designed by Per Lütken for Holmegaard, Denmark. all pieces are signed and tated, from 1960 to 1974.

 

2 candleholders, 11 X 6,5 cm/ 1 fruit blow

 

2 round vases, 9 x 8cm dm  /  14 x 13cm dm

 

1 medium sized drop vase, 18 x 15cm

 

Pieces dating from 1962 to 1974. All pieces are signed.

Set of five Per Lütken Smoked Glass for Holmegaard Denmark. 1960-1974

780,00 €

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Edgard Aubry important earthware grès de Bouffioulx pichet, Belgium, 1925

 

Important Edgard Aubry (1880-1943) who worked in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles.  "E. Aubry" incised signature to the foot indicating that it dates. ceramic sandstone-earthware, grès de Bouffioulx , Belgium 1925.

In an excellent condition

H: 29cm x W: 20cm x D: 30cm

 

Edgard est le fils de Joseph Aubry et de Félicie Henriette Bertrand. Il s'est marié à Bouffioulx le . Il commence sa formation dans la poterie paternelle. En 1903, il est devenu tourneur à la poterie Gilles à Châtelet (Belgique).

Lorsque l’artiste bruxellois Willem Delsaux (nl) s’installe à Bouffioulx en 1907, ils commencent ensemble à créer des vases à décor impressionniste. Il tourne également des vases pour d’autres artistes comme Pierre Paulus.

En 1908, il monte son propre atelier et crée des grès salés grand feu, parfois décorés de motifs, de reliefs et de gravures. Entre 1916 et 1937, il participe à plusieurs expositions nationales et internationales. On le retrouve notamment au Pavillon d’Honneur à l’Exposition internationale des Arts décoratifs et industriels modernes en 1925 mais également à Glasgow en 1928.

 

Bibliography:  "Au gré du grès - De l'Art Nouveau à l'Art Déco - Roger Guérin & Egard Aubry" Stéphane Pignolet, Cécile Schaack, Inge Taillie - published in 2007 by "Musée Le Clockarium".

Edgard Aubry important earthware grès de Bouffioulx pichet, Belgium, 1925

1.800,00 €

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Josef Hospodka set of four vases for Chřibská, Czechoslovakia, 1960s

 

Set of four late 1950-80s vases, designed by Josef Hospodka for Chřibská, Czechoslovakia.

all four in excellent condition.

price for the set of four.

Josef Hospodka set of four vases for Chřibská, Czechoslovakia, 1960s

880,00 €

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Per Lütken Provence Bowl for Holmegaard, Denmark, designed in 1955

 

When Per Lütken designed the Provence bowl in 1955, he created a Danish classic The blue bowl with its circumference of 31 cm is made of mouth blown glass and shaped manually This bowl is a bit of everyday luxury and can be used as a fruit bowl or for salads.

Both in Excellent vintage condition.

Price for the set of two.

Per Lütken Provence Bowl for Holmegaard, designed in 1955

300,00 €

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Caesar Crystal Bohemiae, Podebrady Zdenek Kunst, Set of two Overlay Cut to Clear Vases

 

Set of two colored overlay cased cut crystal, manufactured Josefodol, Sklàrna Caesar Crystal Bohemiae. in deep red and purple, handcut-to-clear. Circa, 1980s.

Both in excellent condition. The stamps has been probably removed by the precedent owner.

Large red:

H: 19cm x W: 16cm x D: 7cm

Smaller purple:

H: 13.6cm x W: 9.5cm x D: 5.5cm

 

Price for the set of two*

Caesar Crystal Bohemiae, Podebrady Zdenek Kunst, Set of two Overlay Cut to Clear Vases

780,00 €

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Set of three large Scheurich and Otto Keramik decanter/vases, 1960s

 

An exceptional set composed by two larges Scheurich, pichet and floor vase; One Otto Keramik black and sang-de-boeuf large decanter that can be also used as vase.

"Fat Lava" was produced in West Germany during the 1960s and early 1970s. The oversized pieces are particulary rare and it became very collectible.

All three in excellent condition.

From left to right:

H: 28cm x DIA: 30cm / H: 49cm x 11cm x 18cm / H: 36cm x DIA: 22cm

 

Set of three large Scheurich and Otto Keramik decanter/vases, 1960s

1.270,00 €

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Per Lütken set of five aqua-blue vases and bowls for Holmegaard, 1958-61, signed.

 

Set composed by a large calice, two cylindrical vases and two smaller bowls or ashtrays. All signed and dated, Per lütken - Holmegaard, from 1958-61.

all five in very good vintage condition.

Price for the set of five.

Per Lütken set of five aqua-blue vases and bowls for Holmegaard, 1958-61, signed.

580,00 €

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Set of tow Heinrich Löffelhardt Farbenglaswerke atelier "florida series", 1970

 

Set of two Heinrich Löffelhardt and atelier Farbenglaswerke, Florida Vases. Manufacturer and labelled, Zwiesel, W.Germany, 1970

Emerald green and blue blown crystal glass, stabbed blisters, massive base of clear-glass with cyst. At least 2kg og crystal glass each vase.

Both in excellent condition.

Price for the set of two.

Heinrich Löffelhardt Farbenglaswerke atelier "florida series", 1970

310,00 €

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Mid-century ceramic vase Valbruna, signed, Italy circa 1950's

 

One of typical beautiful hand-painted vase from Valbruna Italy circa 1950's. It has been artistically painted with a fishing boat scene. Rich coloration with a modernistic Italian mid-century sryle retrating a typical scene, creating the perfect picture of a quaint Italian fishing village.

In very good vintage condition.

Mid-century ceramic vase Valbruna, signed, Italy circa 1950's

580,00 €

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Set of four Per Lütken cylinder vases for Holmegaard, Denmark 1958

 

Per Lütken (1916-1998) was the unsurpassed master of Danish glass design and one of Holmegaard’s most advanced glass blowers. He worked at the Holmegaard Glass Factory from 1942 until his death in 1998 and has breathed life into more than 3,000 glass designs. Many of his ranges have become classics and are synonymous with the quality that Holmegaard is famous for.

In a very good vintage condition.

 

Set of three Per Lütken cylinder vases for Holmegaard, Denmark 1958

620,00 €

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Pair of Ruscha Decanter, 1950s

 

An influential company founded by Georg Schardt in Rheinbach in 1905.  Schardt was an influentian inovator ceramist.  The company closed it doors in 1996.

Both in excellent vintage condition.

Pair of Ruscha Decanter, 1950s

420,00 €

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Murano Glass Ashtray / Bowl by Pietro Toso, 1950s

 

Set of two labelled Murano glass ashtray / small bowl by Pietro Toso, Italy, 1950s. Both in excellent vintage condition.

Price for the pair.

Murano Glass Ashtray / Bowl by Pietro Toso, 1950s

180,00 €

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Blue vase designed by Erkkitapio Siiroinen in 1968 for RIIhimâen Lasi Oy

 

Riihimäki glass was a reputed glass company in Riihimäki, Finland, in operation from 1910, when it was founded by Mikko Adolf Kolehmainen, to 1990. Their production ranged from basic to high quality glass ornaments, which are now sought after as collectibles, especially some of their vases.

Blue vase designed by Erkkitapio Siiroinen in 1968 for RIIhimâen Lasi Oy

225,00 €

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