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.
Pair of oxblood red porcelain bowls with a
high contrast white floral and butterfly design encased in brass. Marked “Japanese Porcelain Ware; Decorated in Hong Kong; ACF.” Large, 7.5”W x 1.5”H; small, 5.75”W x 1.25”H. Light wear.
Bright red and yellow Wales code of arms
adorns this round white unglazed hollow ceramic match striker and holder, circa 1920. Marked "Cymru Am Byth; Arms of Wales” on crest, and “W. H. Goss" on underside. Light wear with loss ...
Set of three Copeland Spode "pinch" bowls in
Italian pattern. Used for salt/pepper, spices, herbs, etc. Dimensions: large, 5.5"Dia x 3"H; medium, 5"Dia x 2.75"H; small, 3.75"Dia x 2.25"H. Maker's mark on underside. Light wear, slight discoloration to large edge. ...