This vase manufactured by Amphora / Riessner, Stellmacher, & Kessel circa 1900-1905 is made from ivory-style porcelain. It has a white glaze with a mother-of-pearl-like appearance, a brown patina, a matt/satin enamel, and a gilt finish. The model number is 497.
This art nouveau ivory porcelain vase (model number 822) was designed by Paul Dachsel for Riessner, Stellmacher & Kessel / Amphora circa 1899-1900. It has been glazed in matte green and light purple with a matte and satin finish and gold highlights in a variation of the summer sunrise pattern.
- Red glazed ceramic vase designed by Rogier Vandeweghe (1923) - Executed by Amphora, a Belgian ceramic workshop located in Brugges (B) around 1965 - Features engraved surface decor - Remains in excellent condition Dimensions: - Height: 10.23 inch (26 cm) - Diameter: 8.66 inch (22 cm)
This Tinaja / Impruneta wine amphora was produced in Spain in the 1800s. It is made from terracotta.
This is a set of black and orange Italian ceramics, made circa 1965. The dimensions of the two pitchers with pouring spouts are: Height: 16cm width: 13cm Amphora: Height: 24,5cm Width: 9cm
- Mid-century ceramic dish or tray - Signed F. Sanchez - Designed in the style of Belgian studios Perignem and Amphora - Deep red color with black abstract pattern - Underside is grey and glaze is similar to pewter - Four conical feet
Mit dem Amphora Blumentopf von elho vervollständigen Sie Ihr Interieur! Der robuste Topf ist für den Innen- und Außenbereich geeignet und hat schöne, runde Formen für eine stilvolle Ausstrahlung. Der Blumentopf ist komplett UV-beständig, verfärbt demnach also nicht.
This Art Nouveau Calla Lily vase was produced in Bohemia by Amphora around 1900 to 1905. The piece is thought to have been designed by Eduard Stellmacher, one of the members of Amphora along with Riessner and Kessel. The piece is glazed with a matte and satin enamel and gilt finish, and is model number 531.
Phoenician Amphora Production and Distribution in the Southern Levant:A multi-disciplinary investigation into carinated-shoulder amphorae of the Persian period (539-332 BC) Elizabeth A. Bettles
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