WMF – Jewellery CASKET

WMF – Art Nouveau Pewter Jewellery CASKET – stock #34918

An early 20th century pewter jewellery casket box decorated with a moulded art nouveau taste design of roses and leaves with rose bud finial. Made by the German firm WMF and dating to c1905

Stamped markers marks on the underside together with a moulded shape number of 28k. This is the smaller of the sizes made. Still with it’s original lining, although it is very worn.

Size
Marks
Condition
10cm high
12cm wide
Stamped “WMF EP” on the underside
Moulded shape number – 28k
NO breaks or repairs.
Slight bends to the feet and corner of the lid.
slight bends on the right side of the finial.
Interior aged and worn.
Presented with age and patination.

Price GB Pounds
£75.00

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Carlton Ware Art Deco Bowl

Carlton Ware Bowl – stock #35018

An art deco design Carlton Ware two handled dish decorated with the “fanistical Bird and Tree” pattern in gilt and multile colours on a Rouge Royale red lustre glaze. On a two handle spinning effect dish, shape number 2160.

Printed makers marks on the underside.

Size
Marks
Condition
4.3cm high
17.3cm diameter
22cm wide
Printed makers marks on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations. Tiny specks of wear to the gilt handles and borders. A few tiny surface scratches and one spot of paler red.

Price GB Pounds
£85.00

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Istvan Komaromy – Ribbon Dancer

Istvan Komaromy – Ribbon Dancer – stock #34018

A gorgeous glass lamp work sculpture of a dancer with ribbon perched upon a white ball. Created by the glass artist Istvan Komaromy (1910-1975). Most likely a 1950s example created in his studio in Shirley, Nr Croydon Surrey.

Istvan was Hungarian artist born in Dusseldorf and studied science at university in Budapest. During his studies he bacame fascinated with glass, which led to him becming a glass artist. He exhibied throughout Europe, including at the World Fair in 1931. Where Mussolini, who had been minister of Arts, described Istvan Komaromy as “the Michelangelo of glass”. He moved to Britain in 1937, settling in Shirley in 1939.

Size
Marks
Condition
19cm high
6cm diameter of ball
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£150.00

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Abuja Pottery – JUG

Abuja Pottery – JUG – stock #34118

A finely thrown and decorated Abuja Pottery jug decorated with a stylised leaf pattern overa mottled grey glaze. The pottery seal together with an inditinct potters seal.

Impressed studio seal marks under the handle together with traces of a paper label on the underside.

Size
Marks
Condition
18.5cm high
13cm wide
Impressed seals under the handle – SEE pictures. No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£85.00

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Crown Ducal – Charlotte Rhead

Crown Ducal – Charlotte Rhead Byzantine Ewer – stock #33318

A fine looking art deco design art pottery ewer made by Crown Ducal and designed by Charlotte Rhead with stylised flowers and leaves in yellow, orange, blue amd greem on a stimpled orange back ground glaze. This example is decorated with the “Byzantine” pattern which was in production from c1933.

Marked on the underside with a printed makers mark of “Crown Ducal England” under a crown. This mark was in use from c1932 until c1938. Also signed with a tubelined “Rhead” signature.

Size
Marks
Condition
21.5cm high
14cm wide
Printed “Crown Ducal England” under a crown together with tubelined “Rhead” No chips, cracks or restorations.

Price GB Pounds
£85.00

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To Be Exhibited at
The Dorking Halls Antiques Fair
Sun 16th September
Dorking Surrey


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Walsh Glass – Leaf Biscuit Barrel

Walsh Glass – Leaf Biscuit Barrel – stock #33218

A mid 1930s John Walsh Walsh glass biscuit barrel decorated with the cut “Leaf” pattern designed by Clyne Farquharson. Marked on the underside “Walsh England”

William Clyne Farquharson (1906-1978) trained at the Mosely Road Art School in Birmingham before joining John Walsh Walsh glass in 1924 chief draughtsman while continuing his studies at the Central Art School. From c1934 he created original designs which moved away from the traditional complex cut glass patterns and introduced simpler flute cut patterns such as Barry, Leaf, Albany and Kendal. He remained with the company until the closure of the factory in 1951.

Size
Marks
Condition
17cm high
12.5cm wide
Marked on the underside “Walsh England” No chips, cracks or restorations. Vintage items with some evidence of use and wear.

Price GB Pounds
£85.00

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To be Exhibited at
The Dorking Halls antiques Fair
Sun 16th September
Dorking Surrey


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Royal Cauldon – Cairo Ware Bowl

Royal Cauldon – Cairo Ware “Copia” Bowl – stock #32918

A fine British art pottery bowl decorated with a hand painted floral and fruit cornucopia design in rich green, grey and mauve colours. Made by Royal Cauldon and from the “Cairo Ware” range of art wares made during the 1920s.

This example is decorated with the Copia pattern the “octagonal bowl 1” shape. Many of these pattern were designed by Frederick Rhead.

Size
Marks
Condition
11cm high
23cm wide
Printed and painted marks on the undeside.
See picture.
No chips, cracks or restorations. Crazing to the glazes, slight glaze “miss” on top rim, a few white spots in the glaze and ground blob inside – SEE pictures.

Price GB Pounds
£45.00

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Whitefriars Glass – Vase 9803 Aubergine

Whitefriars Glass – Aubergine Vase 9803- stock #32718

An early 1970’s Whitefriars Glass vase with random strapped decorations in an Aubergine colour. This design is illustrated in the 1974 catalogue as pattern number 9803.

Size
Marks
Condition
16.5cm high
13cm wide
Unmarked – No Labels No chips, cracks or restorations. Vintage items with some evidence of use.

Price GB Pounds
£38.00

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Borske Sklo – Nemo Vase

Borske Sklo – Nemo Vase – stock #22418

A mid century modern design Czech Bohemia Glass vase made by Borske Sklo. This example is from the “Nemo” range designed by Max Kannegeiser and probably dates to the mid 1970s.

No makers marks or labels. Typical cross mould marks on the underside from the making.

Size
Marks
Condition
22.5cm high
15.5cm wide
No makers marks or l;abels. Distinctive moulded cross on underside from manufacture. No chips, cracks or restorations. Tiny bit rough on inner top rim. A little wear on the coloured bubbles.

Price GB Pounds
£17.50

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Borske Sklo – Nemo Vase

Borske Sklo – Nemo Vase – stock #22518

A mid century modern design Czech Bohemia Glass vase made by Borske Sklo. This example is from the “Nemo” range designed by Max Kannegeiser and probably dates to the mid 1970s.

No makers marks or labels. Typical cross mould marks on the underside from the making.

Size
Marks
Condition
18.5cm high
9cm wide
NO makers marks or labels. Distinctive moulded cross on the underside. No chips, cracks or restorations. I little bit rough on the inner top rim. Some wear to the coloured bubble on the upper parts.

Price GB Pounds
£15.00

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