Lot 141    

Bohemian Art Glass
11/7/2014 - Modern Ceramics and 20th Century Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Austrian, 20th century. Lot of three includes a green iridescent squat vase with blue iridescent threads, attributed to Loetz. PLUS a Loetz or Palme Koenig vase in a pampas pattern. PLUS a green iridescent lidded vessel with a threaded pattern, attributed to Loetz; tallest ht. 8.75 in.

Loetz vase with small chip to outer edge of rim.
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Adrian Saxe (1943; USA)
Lot # 91 - Adrian Saxe (1943; USA)
Untitled Mystery Ewer (Marie-Madeira) ca 1999 Porcelain; ht. 11.25, wd. 6 in.   Artist stamp and signature on base.   In a 1993 review of Saxe's work, art critic Christopher Knight wrote: “With outrageous humor and unspeakable beauty, he makes intensely seductive ob... > Item Details
Kabarett Fledermaus Enameled Plaque, by Josef Diveky
Lot # 311 - Kabarett Fledermaus Enameled Plaque, by Josef Diveky
Josef Diveky (Hunagrian, 1887-1951). An enameled plaque for the opera Die Fledermaus created by Wiener Werkstatte artist Josef Diveky; 3.25 x 3 in. > Item Details
Karl Hagenauer Art Deco Sculpture of a Running Greyhound
Lot # 314 - Karl Hagenauer Art Deco Sculpture of a Running Greyhound
Karl Hagenauer (Austrian, 1898-1956), 20th century. A plated brass sculpture of a running greyhound, affixed to a base; stamped Hagenauer / Wien with stamped workshop mark; lg. 19 in. > Item Details
Abuja Coffee Pots by Hassan Lapai (Nigeria)
Lot # 20 - Abuja Coffee Pots by Hassan Lapai (Nigeria)
Pair of Abuja Coffee Potsca 1960sGlazed stoneware; largest, ht. 10, dia. 5.5 in. Each with Artist HLP stamp and Pottery stamp at base of handle. > Item Details
Tiffany Studios Graduate Paper Rack
Lot # 196 - Tiffany Studios Graduate Paper Rack
A Tiffany Studios large gilt bronze paper rack in the graduate pattern. Underside marked Tiffany Studios New York 1811; ht. 7.25 in. > Item Details
Jenny Pockley (English, b. 1972)
Lot # 334 - Jenny Pockley (English, b. 1972)
Flockoil on gessosigned and dated 2004 on verso39 1/2 x 47 1/4 in. (unframed) > Item Details
Newcomb Pottery Small Vase
Lot # 278 - Newcomb Pottery Small Vase
American, early 20th century. A Newcomb College small vase with a mat glaze and floral decoration near rim. With NC 25 SX38 and partial artist initials marked to underside; ht. 5 in. > Item Details
Richard Batterham (1936; Britain)
Lot # 27 - Richard Batterham (1936; Britain)
Stunning Baluster Vase ca 2001-06 Glazed stoneware; ht. 13.5, wd. 6.5, dp. 7 in.   Batterham became interested in pottery when he was at Bryanston School. He spent a year studying as a potter at the Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall. In 1966 he built a four-chambered kiln and... > Item Details
Edmund de Waal (1964; Britain)
Lot # 83 - Edmund de Waal (1964; Britain)
Sensual Celadon Vesselca 1999Porcelain; ht. 4, dia 3.5 inUnsignedDe Waal has had major interventions in museums and public collections including, Waddesdon Manor, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain and the National Museum of Wales. Future projects include working with ... > Item Details
Rookwood Elephant Bookends, by William McDonald
Lot # 269 - Rookwood Elephant Bookends, by William McDonald
American (Cincinnati), 1918. A Pair of Rookwood elephant bookends in a celadon glaze, by William McDonald. With Rookwood logo, date 1918, artist's initials and shape 2444; ht. 4.5 in. > Item Details
Tiffany Favrile Bowl
Lot # 186 - Tiffany Favrile Bowl
American, 20th century. A Tiffany favrile glass bowl. Underside etched L.C.T. Tiffany Favrile 1925; ht. 3.5 in., dia. 9.75 in. > Item Details
Mark Cross Alligator Leather Suitcase
Lot # 294 - Mark Cross Alligator Leather Suitcase
English, 20th century. A Mark Cross alligator leather suitcase featuring a black leather exterior with a burgundy interior with leather straps. Latches and exterior marked Mark Cross. Includes protective slip case; 26 x 15 x 8.25 in. > Item Details
Beatrice Wood (1893-1998; USA)
Lot # 108 - Beatrice Wood (1893-1998; USA)
Superb Luster Bowl ca 1985 Earthenware; ht. 3.5, dia. 11.75 in. Artist signature on base.   Wood was introduced to Marcel Duchamp in 1917 and became an intimate friend of the painter and a member of his reche´rche culturelle clique which included Francis Picabia, Man Ray and others... > Item Details
Abstract Acryllic
Lot # 359 - Abstract Acryllic
Artist Unknown.  Mid-20th century acrylic on canvas, unsigned; 21 x 53 in. (sight) > Item Details
James Makins (1946; USA)
Lot # 74 - James Makins (1946; USA)
Exceptional Black Porcelain Footed Bowl1982Porcelain; ht. 6.5, dia. 9.25 in.Artist incised signature and date inside rim of foot.James Makins is a New York based artist, who is also working in Tokoname, Japan. His exceptional work has been collected by museums such as the American Cr... > Item Details
Paul Dresang (1948; USA)
Lot # 81 - Paul Dresang (1948; USA)
Teapotca 1985Porcelain, ht. 14.25 (top of spout), wd. 8.5, dp. 4.75 inches. Artist PD stamp on base. Dresang focuses his work on everyday items because he hopes that they will evoke a memory or experience, providing viewers a personal connection to his sculptures. > Item Details
Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye (1938, Turkey/France)
Lot # 47 - Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye (1938, Turkey/France)
Exceptional Untitled Turquoise Form ca 2002Stoneware; ht. 9.25, dia. 10 in. Artist signature incised on base.  > Item Details
Laura Andreson (1902-99; USA)
Lot # 51 - Laura Andreson (1902-99; USA)
Three Exceptional Bottlesca 1970 Porcelain Blue, ca 1972; ht. 4.5 in.  Olive, ca 1981; ht. 4.25 in.  Jade, ca 1980, ht. 4 in.  Each signed and dated on base.Andreson was one of the most influential of the early Southern California potters of he... > Item Details
Robert Turner (1913-2005; USA)
Lot # 99 - Robert Turner (1913-2005; USA)
High Squareca 1988Stoneware; ht. 13, dia. 11.75 in. Incised Artist signature and #220 on base.Exhibition/Publication: Back to the Future, Putting Pottery into Perspective, 1990, Rockford College, IL; High Museum, Atlanta, GA; Laurence University, Appleton, MI; University of Art H... > Item Details
Color Lithographs by Edna Hibel
Lot # 368 - Color Lithographs by Edna Hibel
Ednat Hibel (American, born 1917). A pair of beautifully colored lithographs, one depicting a Japanese girl wearing a kimono, the other showing a young man wearing a multi-colored robe, housed in silver shadowbox-style frames, signed Hibel l.r. and marked V 21/53 ed 289 and I 41/53 ed 335 respective... > Item Details
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