Unknown

Brutalist scuplture made in exotic wood bay a unknown british artist in 1978. A unique piece of art . Height 18 cm width: 28 cm depth 22 cm

Antonio Lampecco VENDU

Bol d'Antonio Lampecco D : 20cm

Antonio Lampecco

A nice trio of small vases by belgian artist Antonio Lampecco H : 6cm Born in Minucciano, Tuscany in 1932, based in Belgium since 1942, Antonio Lampecco, took the direction of the ceramics workshop at the Abbey of Maredsous in 1962. Since 1958 and the World Expo in Brussels, Lampecco has exhibited his work in Belgium and internationally. He won a Golden Medal in Prague, Faenza and Monza, received the City Prize in Vallauris in 1982 (FR). Since 1992, he has opened its showroom in Maredret. About the artist A great sensitivity in the hands and even more in the heart is necessary to make beautiful ceramics, as well as a constant search in the forms.

Unknown Designer

Helena Tynell

3 Pala Vases by Helena Tynell for Riihimäen Lasi - 1960's Helena Tynell was known for her glass design. She was born in 1918 and studied art & design. The most popular vase was a vase with the name "Aurinkopulla". A bottle vase in the shape of a sun. "Pala" is a design which was as popular as "Aurinkopulla" and comes in different colors, sizes and shapes. The design is from 1964 and it has been produced for 10 years. H : 13cm D : 9cm

Stig Lindberg

3 miniature vases by Stig Lindberg for Gustavsberg, Grazia stoneware, Sweden This is a rare miniature trio by Stig Lindberg from Gustavsberg's Grazia range. Made from Carrara Stone and handpainted with silver. Each piece is marked on the base and with original stickers Vase 1 : 9x3x4,5cm Vase 2 : 5,5x3x5,5cm Plate : 9x9x1,5cm Lindberg is considered one of Sweden’s most important designers from the postwar era. He was the recipient of numerous awards in his lifetime, such as Triennale de Milano Grand Prix in 1951 and 1954. His collections can be found in museums worldwide, including the National museum in Stockholm and the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg.  

Antonio Lampecco

Belgian Ceramic Pots by Antonio Lampecco A nice trio of small blue pots by belgian artist Antonio Lampecco. H : 7 cm - D : 7,5 cm H : 6 cm - D : 7 cm H : 6 cm - D : 6 cm Born in Minucciano, Tuscany in 1932, based in Belgium since 1942, Antonio Lampecco, took the direction of the ceramics workshop at the Abbey of Maredsous in 1962. Since 1958 and the World Expo in Brussels, Lampecco has exhibited his work in Belgium and internationally. He won a Golden Medal in Prague, Faenza and Monza, received the City Prize in Vallauris in 1982 (FR). Since 1992, he has opened its showroom in Maredret. About the artist A great sensitivity in the hands and even more in the heart is necessary to make beautiful ceramics, as well as a constant search in the forms.

Mathieu Matégot

Mathieu Mategot Coat Rack for Artimeta Soest, circa 1950 Coat rack designed by Mathieu Mategot, manufactured by Artimeta (Netherland), circa 1950. Perforated, lacquered metal. D : 30 cm W : 68 cm H : 22 cm

Mathieu Matégot VENDU

Rare Mathieu Matégot mirror by Artimeta, 1950s. In good vintage condition with minimal wear of use. D : 24cm W : 47cm H : 50cm

Bernard Villers VENDU

Silkscreen printed by hand (5/15) A 1975

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (4/25)
Déplacement
1975

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (14-25) Position 1973

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (2/25) Untitled 1973

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (11/25) Untitled 1974-1975  

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand EA 1976

Bernard Villers

Silkscreen printed by hand (8/25) Untitled 1973  

Herbert Krenchel

A suite of Herbert Krenchel bowl for Torben Ørskov Three original bowls, designed in 1953. Diameter 12,5 cm, 3 bowls, enamel. The name Krenit is a combination of the name Krenchel and Eternit (a fibre cement which is used for the coating on the bowl's outside). The bowl has a distinct design with its matt black outside, thin edge and clear colored enamel inside. In 1954, the bowl won a gold medal for its unique design in Triennale (Milano, Italy). Up until the production stopped in 1966 the bowl had been produced in more than 1 million units.

Designer inconnu

Lampe de bureau hollandaise des années 1950 Métal peint et laiton

Otto Brauer

2 vases Édition : Holmegaard Années 1960 Hauteur : 44cm Two big vases by Otto Brauer for Holmegaard from the sixties in translucent blue (one of the three original colour). In pristine condition and still wears the original brand sticker.

Rogier Vandeweghe

Vide poche en céramique avec couvercle Cachet Amphora incisé à la base + étiquette Largeur : 15cm x Hauteur : 12,5cm Ceramic lidded pot, in a great greenish tint. Amphora stamp engraved on the base Diameter : 15 cm x H : 12,5cm Rogier Vandeweghe (b. 1923) is a Belgian ceramist, glass artist, calligrapher and painter. He grew up in Beernem. Rogier Vandeweghe established himself as an independent potter in Sint Andries, near Bruges, after leaving the ceramic workshop Per Ignem, which he had founded with his brother Laurent in 1947. Under the name Amphora, from 1960 on his quickly expanding workshop produced entirely hand-thrown vessels.

Frank Gehry

Plaque commémorative de l'inauguration du Walt Disney Concert Hall. Numérotée et signée au dos par pyrogravure 16,5cm X 11,4cm X 3,8cm

Rogier Vandeweghe

Pot avec couvercle Céramique Marqué avec le cachet d'Amphora Belgique - période: 1963-1965. H : 14,5 cm. Diamètre : 13 cm. Rare Rogier Vandeweghe blue ceramic lidded pot by Amphora. In pristine condition. Signed on the base and original sticker on the lid. Rogier Vandeweghe (b. 1923) is a Belgian ceramist, glass artist, calligrapher and painter. He grew up in Beernem. Rogier Vandeweghe established himself as an independent potter in Sint Andries, near Bruges, after leaving the ceramic workshop Per Ignem, which he had founded with his brother Laurent in 1947. Under the name Amphora, from 1960 on his quickly expanding workshop produced entirely hand-thrown vessels.

Daum

Vide-poches En verre massif doublé d'une fine couche de verre mousseline de couleurs nuancées bleu / vert. Signé Daum Années 1960 H : environ 5 cm Diamètre : environ 11,2 cm Diamètre à la base : environ 7,2 cm. Heavy glass bowl by Daum with a delicate thin layer of glass with blue and green touches. Signed Daum on the base Year 1960 H : about 5 cm Diameter : about 11,2 cm Diamètre of the base : about 7,2 cm. Daum is a crystal studio based in Nancy, France, founded in 1878. Currently Daum is the only commercial crystal manufacturer employing the pâte de verre (glass paste) process for art glass and crystal sculptures, a technique in which crushed glass is packed into a refractory mould and then fused in a kiln.