- 1960s Dutch coffee table in the style of Paul Kingma - Base composed of heavy metal sled feet - Rectangular mosaic top embedded in concrete - Modernist design - Original condition
- 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 very large bowl was designed by Rogier Vandeweghe for his workshop Amphora in the 1960s - The bright glaze is in different shades of yellow, orange, and red - A rough black finish on the outside edge
This Woman wall piece was made of earthenware and green glaze in oxidation firing, and created by Elie Van Damme (born 1928) for Amphora.
- 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