- 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
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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 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.
This bottle-shaped vase was designed by Rogier Vandeweghe and produced by Amphora circa 1962. It is made of earthenware with a red selenium glaze in oxidation firing. The top has been restored by an Institut National du Patrimoine graduated craftsman.
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 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)
- Large Neoclassical iridescent glass amphora-shaped vase from the 1890s - Features original gilt metal Louis XV style armor and iridescent blue glass - In good original condition - Glass is in excellent vintage condition and the vase has an interesting patina