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Ceramics

  • A Scheurich West German Fat Lava floor vase (1960s)

    A Scheurich West German Fat Lava floor vase (1960s)

    £50.00

    A Scheurich West German Fat Lava floor vase in treacle and red band,

    No. 239-41.

    Height 41cm

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  • A 1970s ceramic orangeade set by Georges Lanteri (France)

    A 1970s ceramic orangeade set by Georges Lanteri (France)

    £150.00

    A 1970s ceramic orangeade set by Georges Lanteri (France)

    comprising of a pitcher and five beakers. T

    Jug - 17cm

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  • ES Keramik vase (663/17) Germany (1960s)

    ES Keramik vase (663/17) Germany (1960s)

    £150.00

    A late 1960’s ES Keramik Cubus vase

    663/17 form Cubus vase, in glossy red and selenium black lava glazes.

    Original label.

    17cm high

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  • Vase by Celtic pottery, Newlyn

    Vase by Celtic pottery, Newlyn

    £45.00

    A Celtic Pottery of Newlyn blue glazed tapered cylindrical vase

    label to base

    15.5cm high

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  • Studio pottery vase by Louis Hudson UK, 1960s

    Studio pottery vase by Louis Hudson UK, 1960s

    £60.00

    Louis Hudson studio pottery cylindrical vase with impressed motifs and textured detail.

    Impressed seal

    19.5cm high

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  • Brutalist pottery candle holder by Bernard Rooke (1960s)

    Brutalist pottery candle holder by Bernard Rooke (1960s)

    £230.00

    A studio pottery brutalist form candle holder in excellent condition

    26cm high

    Bernard Rooke (born 1938) is renowned for his innovative and expressive creations. Inspired by nature and ancient cultures, Rooke's work embodies a unique fusion of traditional pottery techniques with modernist aesthetics. His distinctive style often features bold geometric forms adorned with intricate textures and vibrant glazes, reflecting his fascination with the interplay of light and colour. Rooke's artistic journey spans over five decades, during which he has gained international acclaim for his mastery of ceramics. With works exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide, Bernard Rooke continues to captivate audiences with his captivating sculptural vessels and timeless contributions to the contemporary ceramic art landscape.


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  • Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (UK)

    Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (UK)

    £350.00

    A Stoneware Studio Pottery square dish by Janet Leach (1918 - 1997). With matt brown glaze to interior, glossy ash glaze to rim and black glazed cross to centre.

    Impressed Leach Pottery and potters mark to base.

    Dimensions 15cm square

    Janet Leach (1918 – 1997), was an American studio potter working in later life at the Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall in England. After studying pottery at Black Mountain, North Carolina under Shoji Hamada, a visiting artisan, she traveled to Japan to work with him. She studied with him for two years and always considered him to be her principal mentor. She was the first foreign woman to study pottery in Japan and only the second westerner.

    After returning to the US from Japan, in 1955 she married Bernard Leach, the noted British studio potter, whom she had earlier studied with. They returned to Great Britain to operate his studio at St. Ives. Janet Leach continued to be influenced by Japanese aesthetics in her pottery and ceramics, and her work has increased in popularity. In 2006-2007 there was a major retrospective of her work at Tate St Ives.

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  • A Rotating Lazy Susan by Arthur Salm (Sweden) 1960s

    A Rotating Lazy Susan by Arthur Salm (Sweden) 1960s

    £160.00

    A Rotating Lazy Susan by Arthur Salm (Sweden) 1960s

    A 1959 design called 'Karlskrona'

    38cm diameter

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  • Royal Copenhagen faience vase by Nils Thorsson, 820/3739 (Denmark) 1960s

    Royal Copenhagen faience vase by Nils Thorsson, 820/3739 (Denmark) 1960s

    £180.00

    Royal Copenhagen faience vase by Nils Thorsson, 820/3739

    11cm high.

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