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ASYMMETRIC STONEWARE VESSEL BY SARA RADSTONE

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H: 10 1/2″ W: 10″ D: 7 1/4″

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STONEWARE BOWL BY CATHINKA OLSEN FOR BING & GRØNDAHL

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STONEWARE TEA BOWL BY MATS SVENSSON

Stoneware tea bowl finished with Nuka glaze

Handmade by Mats Svensson

Sweden, 2020

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STONEWARE VASE WITH NUKA GLAZE BY MATS SVENSSON

Handthrown stoneware vase with Nuka glaze by Mats Svensson

As all products are handmade, sizes and colour may vary slightly.

Sweden

Artists statement

Working with ceramics means molding, joining and firing different materials from the earth crust. I find inspiration in nature and the seasonal changes. Throughout my professional life, I have been greatly influenced by Japanese ceramics and its relation to nature and asymmetry. Shapes that I often return to are simple irregular bowls for various purposes.

In the working process I seek for some kind of balance between the controlled and the unforeseen. I am working with utility goods and want my ceramics to be used. The tools I use to shape the clay are a potter’s wheel and plaster press molds. The glazes mainly consist of clays, ash and feldspar. Everything is fired in a gas kiln or an Anagama kiln to about 1280 degrees Celsius. The glazes mostly consist of clay, ash and feldspar.

Parallel to my own business as a potter, I also have been the head of the ceramics department at Leksand Folkhigh school in Sweden.

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STONEWARE CUP WITH NUKA GLAZE BY MATS SVENSSON

Stoneware cup with Nuka glaze by Mats Svensson

Available individually or in sets of 2

As all products are handmade, sizes and colour may vary slightly.

H: 3 1/2″

D: 2 3/4″

Handcrafted in Sweden

Artists statement

Working with ceramics means molding, joining and firing different materials from the earth crust. I find inspiration in nature and the seasonal changes. Throughout my professional life, I have been greatly influenced by Japanese ceramics and its relation to nature and asymmetry. Shapes that I often return to are simple irregular bowls for various purposes.

In the working process I seek for some kind of balance between the controlled and the unforeseen. I am working with utility goods and want my ceramics to be used. The tools I use to shape the clay are a potter’s wheel and plaster press molds. The glazes mainly consist of clays, ash and feldspar. Everything is fired in a gas kiln or an Anagama kiln to about 1280 degrees Celsius. The glazes mostly consist of clay, ash and feldspar.

Parallel to my own business as a potter, I also have been the head of the ceramics department at Leksand Folkhigh school in Sweden.

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STONEWARE VASE WITH NUKA GLAZE BY MATS SVENSSON

Handthrown stoneware vase with Nuka glaze by Mats Svensson

H: 8 1/2″

D: 6 1/2″

As all products are handmade sizes and colour may vary slightly.

Sweden

Artists statement

Working with ceramics means molding, joining and firing different materials from the earth crust. I find inspiration in nature and the seasonal changes. Throughout my professional life, I have been greatly influenced by Japanese ceramics and its relation to nature and asymmetry. Shapes that I often return to are simple irregular bowls for various purposes.

In the working process I seek for some kind of balance between the controlled and the unforeseen. I am working with utility goods and want my ceramics to be used. The tools I use to shape the clay are a potter’s wheel and plaster press molds. The glazes mainly consist of clays, ash and feldspar. Everything is fired in a gas kiln or an Anagama kiln to about 1280 degrees Celsius. The glazes mostly consist of clay, ash and feldspar.

Parallel to my own business as a potter, I also have been the head of the ceramics department at Leksand Folkhigh school in Sweden.

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STONEWARE VASE WITH NUKA GLAZE BY MATS SVENSSON

Handcrafted in Sweden

Artists statement

Working with ceramics means molding, joining and firing different materials from the earth crust. I find inspiration in nature and the seasonal changes. Throughout my professional life, I have been greatly influenced by Japanese ceramics and its relation to nature and asymmetry. Shapes that I often return to are simple irregular bowls for various purposes.

In the working process I seek for some kind of balance between the controlled and the unforeseen. I am working with utility goods and want my ceramics to be used. The tools I use to shape the clay are a potter’s wheel and plaster press molds. The glazes mainly consist of clays, ash and feldspar. Everything is fired in a gas kiln or an Anagama kiln to about 1280 degrees Celsius. The glazes mostly consist of clay, ash and feldspar.

Parallel to my own business as a potter, I also have been the head of the ceramics department at Leksand Folkhigh school in Sweden.

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FACETED VASE WITH NUKA GLAZE BY MATS SVENSSON

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Handcrafted in Sweden

Artists statement

Working with ceramics means molding, joining and firing different materials from the earth crust. I find inspiration in nature and the seasonal changes. Throughout my professional life, I have been greatly influenced by Japanese ceramics and its relation to nature and asymmetry. Shapes that I often return to are simple irregular bowls for various purposes.

In the working process I seek for some kind of balance between the controlled and the unforeseen. I am working with utility goods and want my ceramics to be used. The tools I use to shape the clay are a potter’s wheel and plaster press molds. The glazes mainly consist of clays, ash and feldspar. Everything is fired in a gas kiln or an Anagama kiln to about 1280 degrees Celsius. The glazes mostly consist of clay, ash and feldspar.

Parallel to my own business as a potter, I also have been the head of the ceramics department at Leksand Folkhigh school in Sweden.

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MAGAZINE RACK BY MATHIEU MATÉGOT (1910-2001)

Black perforated sheet metal magazine rack designed by Mathieu Matégot

France, circa 1950s

H: 19 3/8″ x W: 17 5/8″ x D: 5 1/4″

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MODEL 3808 MAGAZINE RACK BY CARL AUBÖCK

Small Brass Framed Magazine Rack with Slung Leather by Carl Auböck

circa 1950s

10.5″ L x 6″ W x 19″ H

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WALL TAPESTRY BY BARBRO NILSSON FOR MÅRTA MÅÅS FJETTERSTRÖM

Handwoven wool tapestry mounted on linen

Designed by Barbro Nilsson for Mårta Måås Fjetterström

Signed AB MMF

Sweden

H 13 1/4″ x W 26 1/2″

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TEA BOWL BY EWEN HENDERSON

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Stoneware and porcelain clay tea bowl by Ewen Henderson (1934-2000)

England, 1990

H 3.5″ (8.5 cm), W 5″ (12.5 cm), D 4.5″ (11.0 cm)

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GROUP OF MORANDI BOTTLES BY AKIKO HIRAI

Three bottles inspired by the still life paintings of Giorgio Morandi by Akiko Hirai (b. 1970)

England

Largest H 5 3/4″ (14.1 cm), Smallest H 5″ (12.4 cm)

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ASYMMETRICAL BOWL BY EWEN HENDERSON

An asymmetrical bowl handcrafted by Ewen Henderson (1934-2000)

Layered with pink, olive green, and grey glazes

England, 1970s-1990s

H 4 1/4″ (10.5 cm) W 8 1/4′ (20.5 cm) D 5 3/4″ (14 cm)

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PORCELAIN VASE BY KATO TSUBUSA

Serene pale blue celadon vase by Kato Tsubusa (b. 1962)

Incised with marker’s mark, together with a signed wooden box

Japan, Late 20th Century

H 8″ (20.2 cm) D 4 1/4″ (10.2 cm)

 

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COLLECTION OF VESSELS BY CARL-HARRY STÅLHANE

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Two vases and a footed bowl with hares fur glaze in matte white by Carl-Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand

Incised “R SWEDEN CHS” and “SOT”

Sweden, 1950s

Ranging in height from 4 1/4″ to 8 3/4″

 

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CERAMIC BOWL BY MUGGI WILLE-NIELSEN

An ovular ceramic bowl with white, yellow and olive green glazes by Danish artist and potter Muggi Wille-Nielsen 

Incised monogram

Denmark, mid-century

H 8 1/4″ (21 cm) L 13 3/8″ (34 cm) W 13″ (33 cm)

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PAIR OF SILVER AND TEAK CANDLESTICK HOLDERS BY TAPIO WIRKKALA

Finland, 1959-1960

H 3 1/2″(9 cm)

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PORCELAIN BOWL BY KARL SCHEID

Handthrown porcelain bowl in silky matte white and celadon colored glaze with petal rim in light pink

Marked with workshop mark and dated 1994 (stamp)

Germany, 1944

H 4 7/8″ (12.5 cm) Diam. 5 1/2″ (13.9 cm)

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SMALL STONEWARE VASE BY ARNE BANG

Small ribbed vase by Arne Bang

Denmark, 1920-1950s

H 5 1/4″ (13.5 cm) D 3 1/4″ (9 cm)

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STONEWARE BOWL BY GUTTE ERIKSEN

Stoneware bowl with impressed patterns and spiral to the well

Finished with grey and blue glazes, red and brown undertones

Incised with “Gutte” monogram

Denmark, 1950s – 1980s

D 8 1/4″ (21 cm) H 3 1/2″ (8 1/2 cm)

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BLUE STONEWARE BOWL BY GUTTE ERIKSEN

Unique stoneware bowl with blue glaze and impressed pattern 

Incised with “Gutte”

Denmark, 1950s-1980s

H 4″ (10 cm) D 8 1/2″ (21 cm)

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LIGHT GREY AND BLUE STONEWARE BOWL BY GUTTE ERIKSEN

Unique stoneware bowl with light grey and blue glaze by Gutte Eriksen

Incised with “GE” monogram

Denmark 

H 3″ (7.7 cm) D 10″ (25.2 cm)

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