Wilhelm Kage's Argenta vase manufactured by Gustavsberg. "Argenta"
was Wilhelm Kage's series of luxurious, emerald-green glazed ceramics, often with neoclassical decoration applied in sterling silver. Mythological themes and imagery relating to the sea predominated, with highly detailed flowers and faces. ...
Late-19th-century tapering square hand-painted chinoiserie vase with vibrant
flowering branches in yellow, red, blue, green and gold gilt accents. Marked "Hand Painted, Nippon" with the Morimura Brothers, Japan hallmark. Light wear, loss of gold.
A gray crackle glazed vase designed by Thorkild
Olsen (reflection of the camera shown in picture). Thorkild Oswald Olsen was a Danish painter and ceramist, he created the Celadon style for Royal Copenhagen. He is represented in Royal Copenhagen Museum; ...