This umbrella stand was made around 1960 in Beernem, Belgium by Amphora. Amphora was part of the Rogier Vandeweghe family also known for Perignem. The pot features red glazed ceramic on the exterior and an off-white ceramic interior. The vase is signed on the side.
- 1960s coffee table - Produced by Amphora in the style of Pia Manu - Base composed of heavy metal sled feet - Rectangular mosaic top embedded in concrete - Modernist design - Original condition
This large earthenware vase features frieze decor on a wine lie base adorned with bas-relief characters and abstract elements in rich water green, blue, and green. The exterior is enameled in black glaze and the interior is white.
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.
- Amphora made of exfoliated selenium/cadmium glass - Red color with transition into orange and yellow - Despite red appearance, named Yellow Titan by the technician Zbigniew Tomaszewski - Amphoras were one of the main Horbowy projects - The manual production process means that there are no two identical copies
The Amphorae of Roman Ephesus:Contributors Peter Scherrer and Roman Sauer Tamás Bezeczky
This large ceramic wall decoration in low relief earthenware depicts horseriders. It is glazed in polychrome enamels in shades of blue and green on a black background. It was designed by Elie Van Damme and produced by Amphora in Belgium circa 1958.
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 biomorphic bowl was designed by Rogier Vandeweghe for Amphora and features a tripod base and a geometric pattern. It is marked by Amphora.
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.