This vermilion red coffee table was produced by Amphora, Belgium. Ceramist Rogier Vandeweghe founded the company together with his wife and ceramic painter Myranna Pyck in the early 1960s. They produced ceramic vases, tiles and tables with strong colors and different types of glazing. Before Amphora, Rogier Vandeweghe ran Perignem together with his brother Laurent. This table dates from the mid-1960s and is an example of the bright color and glazing used.
This amphora-shaped table lamp has a slim body, enameled in a vivid red color, and is decorated with two brass rings. The body stands on a brass base. In the upper part, on the shoulder of the vase section, there are two small ring-formed handles with rosettes.
This toiline shaded earthenware lamp features a stand with carved faces, animals and symbols. The lamp is in a good vintage condition and has been fitted with a new brass neck, as well as an E27 screw, to accommodate use of a screw-in lightbulb instead of a bayonet bulb. The cord is original, with a European plug (up to 250V.), and the lamp does not have a switch. Dimensions: - Height of lamp: 94 cm - Height of lampshade: 38 cm - Height in total: 124 cm - Diameter Lampshade: 45 cm - Diameter Lamp: 35 cm
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 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 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.
This boat-shaped bowl was designed by Rogier Vandeweghe and produced by Amphora in Belgium circa 1958. It is made of earthenware with a geometrical abstract glazed interior and a black exterior.
- 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