10 crystal vases and 1 bowl – All signed by Bengt Edenfalk for SKRUF, SWEDEN. Pieces will be sold individually or in sets. Prices for individual pieces range from $100-150. Discounts available for purchase of 2 or more
Gunnar Nylund was trained as an architect in Copenhagen in the 1920’s, but due to poor employment opportunities in architecture, Nylund decided to take advantage of his skills in ceramics by applying for a job at Bing & Grøndahl in Copenhagen. He later started his own workshop, Saxbo, together with Danish ceramist Nathalie Krebs . […]
Beautiful brass samovar from Norway circa 19th century. A samovar is a metal container traditionally used for heating and boiling water typically for tea. Samovars were most commonly found (and made) in Russia, Eastern Europe, Iran and the Middle East. Samovars from this period were heated with coal or charcoal
Small wooden box/container from Sicily. Beautifully engraved. In excellent condition
A pair of elegant brass candle holders by Danish designer Jens H. Quistgaard.
Beautiful set of 4 framed delft tiles from the 18th century. Flower motif with tulips in shades of purple
A largely self-taught craftsman, Jens H. Quistgaard was known for his fluid lines and for using unusual materials, often in combination. His signature pieces included salad bowls and cutting boards of teak and other exotic woods, and elegant stainless-steel flatware that was an affordable alternative to sterling silver. Quistgaard’s bowls were often made from separate staves of […]
Beautiful Danish silver tea pot with wooden handle from the 1st half of the 20th century.
Elegant Danish silver-plated ewer/pitcher from the 1st half of the 20th century. Marked DANA DFA 6223 at the bottom
Beautiful Danish designed silver box by Christian F. Heise. The box has gilded shaped feet and an ornamnet on the lid