When firing ceramics, there is one color that's notoriously difficult to achieve: magenta. When they went into business in 2002, the designers at Magenta chose this name to express their commitment to conquering creative challenges. These lovely, lively tabletop accents reflect Magenta's passion for pattern, form, and color.
A fine and very small Japanese Imari footed
bowl from the Meiji period, circa 1880. Decorated with Foo dog, flowers and various ornamental designs. In colors of red, blue, and orange, all hand-painted enamels.
Collection of five 1950s green ceramic bowls or
planters of varying shapes and sizes. Scalloped round, 6.5" Dia x 3.25"H. Ribbed round, 6.5"Dia x 4"H. Plain round, 7"Dia x 4"H. Wavy square, 7"L x 7"W x 4"H. Small reeded round, ...
Large hand-pained artist-signed Limoges porcelain footed bowl with
a vibrant still life cherries in hues of blue, green, yellow and red with gold gilt accents. Signed “P. Schweihs.” Marked “La Seynie Limoges P and P; France” for Paroutaud Freres, 1903 ...