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From Art Nouveau and the Jugenstil movement through Art Deco and Art Moderne the 20th century produced many innovative
and exciting designs both in mass produced commercial wares and in the individual handmade art object.
Shapes were often architectural and colors were bold.
Current with these new movements there was a nostalgic and historical interest in reproducing and re-interpreting the traditional decorations
of the 18th and 19th centuries.

 Stock#

 Item description

 Date

 Maker

 Price

24509

FIGURE, 6-1/ inches high. Crisply molded figure of a standing woman wearing 18th century dress with paniers. Finished in the white all the intricate detail of the dress and hair show to their best advantage. From the 18th century model by Bustelli. Minor loss to fabric held in right hand.

Mark: impressed shield on foot rim and on reverse of base. Model number 195 over 3 on base.

1900-1910

 Nymphenburg

$275.00

26801

FIGURE, 6-3/4 inches high. RARE FIGURE of The VALET (Kammerdiener) showing a man holding a cloak and a tricorne hat under his arm. Finished in the white all the fine components of the face, hands and clothing can be seen in detail.From the 18th century model by Bustelli. Tiny chip to brim of hat.

Marks: Impressed marks;shield on foot rim:shield & model number 50 on base

1900-1910
 Nymphenburg $325.00

Figure, 8 inches high. A representation of Spring as a kneeling woman. Modeled by the Danish sculptor, Jens Jacob Bregno(Bregnoe) 1877-1946

This Art Deco figure has the typical angular pose of this sculptural style.

Marked on the base with green printed Dahl-Jensen mark and model number 1175

1930
Dahl Jensen Copenhagen

$275.00

NEW PRICE

375.00

26496

JUGENDSTIL VASE, 14 inches high. White pottery. Octagon pillar form with a pierced band at the rim, covered with a gilded metal mount formed with two narrow band connected by four plaques modeled with acanthus leaves centered with a pomegranite. This metal mount is repeated at the base of the pillar. Raised on a flared foot with eight feet. Minor brown staining to some of the feet. Impressed Max Roeler mark.
 c. 1910
MAX ROESLER
$375.00

26479

CREAMER ANDCOVERED SUGAR. Creamer 3" high, Sugar 4" high by 6-1/2" over handles.Donatello blank painted with violets outside the factory by an amateur painter. Signed "Schleif."

For further information on Amateur Painting.

 c. 1910

ROSENTHAL

amateur

$65.00

 

26476

COASTER SET, one large, 5-1/2" diameter, two small, 3-1/2" diameter. Transfer printed and colored "Kate Greenaway" style figures. Mounted in copper with the diamond and ostrich mark of the Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik.

Slight abrasion to surface of large coaster.

c.1890
WMF, Germany
$35.00

 

24134

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION , 2-1/2" diameter, in fitted case. Red Bottger stoneware. National People's Army. Molded design of a Tank with weapon. Titled Leipzig.  1970

 MEISSEN

 $75.00

 26450  SOLD

PLATE, 8-1/2 inches diameter. Landscape border featuring a lake with three swans in soft muted colors Decorated in the underglaze technique developed by Arnold Krog.

Mark; Green print Royal Copenhagen circling a crown over 3 painted blue waves. This mark was used 1889-1922. On either side #541 in green and #71 in blue

 c. 1910

 ROYAL COPENHAGEN

 SOLD

 

26449 SOLD

 PLATE, 8-1/2 inches diameter. Landscape border featuring a pond with two ducks in soft muted colors Decorated in the underglaze technique developed by Arnold Krog.

Mark; Green print Royal Copenhagen circling a crown over 3 painted blue waves. This mark was used 1889-1922. On either side #558 in green and #72 in blue .

 c. 1910

  ROYAL COPENHAGEN

  SOLD

 26451  SOLD

 PLATE, 8-1/2 inches diameter. Landscape border featuring a river scene with a frog escaping from a heron, a windmill on a hill in the background. Soft muted colors. Decorated in the underglaze technique developed by Arnold Krog.

Mark; Green print Royal Copenhagen circling a crown over 3 painted blue waves. This mark was used 1889-1922. On either side #555 in green and #43 in blue.

Small areas of staining to edge of rim near heron.

 c. 1910

 ROYAL COPENHAGEN

   SOLD

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