GLASS & CERAMICS

by Louis Bofferding

GLASS

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Pair of Louis-Philippe urns of mat-finished opaline glass, with gilt- and red-painted decorations, circa 1880.  Height 14″.  $1,250

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Pair of apothecary jars, French circa 1900.  Glass, gilt and printed paper labels, gilded and painted sheet metal covers. 10 1/4″.  Provenance:  James Pendelton, Los Angeles.  $2,000

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Two French finials.  One cut glass with gold-plated base, circa 1960, H: 7 1/2 “; the other glass with gilt interior and bronze base with traces of gilding, circa 1900, H: 6”. $2,500

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Andre Hunnebelle hand-painted opaline glass perfume bottle, Paris, circa 1935.  Provenance:  Mrs. Kersey Coates Reed, Lake Forest (David Adler house decorated by Frances Elkins).  H: 4″  $800

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Napoleone Martinuzzi bowl made by Venini, Italian 1920s.  Glass with gold leaf.  H: 7 1/2″ Dia: 15″ $3,750

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Venini glass egg paperweight with purple and orange internal spirals, Italian 1950s.  H: 4″.  $2,000

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Set of 3 twisted obelisks by Venini, Italian 1950s.  Glass with red-flame intrusions.  H: 14 3/4″/17 1/2″/ 17 1/2″.  $12,500

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Tiffany cut-glass obelisk, American circa 1970.  H: 14″ $2,500

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CERAMICS

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English, 18th/19th century.  Urn, circa 1800.  Painted silver-luster porcelain.  H: 14 ½” (See FEATURED INVENTORY)  $5,000

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Two large porcelain sculptures of a Nereid and Triton, and a Nereid on a hippocamp, modeled by Paul Scheurich (1883-1945) for KPM, produced in 1941 as table decorations, and bearing their mark.  Their heights are 20″ and 16″ respectively.  $12,500

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KPM porcelain wall bracket, attributed to Alexander Kips (1858-1910), circa 1900.  Height 13″.  $3,750

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A circa 1900 KPM porcelain vase, attributed to Alexander Kips, modeled in a style that blends Art Nouveau with Rococo.  Height 19 1/2″.  $3,750

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Korean vase, circa 1900.  Glazed stoneware.  H: 12” Dia: 8”.  $1,500

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Giovanni Gariboldi (1908 – 1971).  Italian, circa 1948.  Set of 12 dishes.  Painted porcelain.  Width: 7”  (See FEATURED INVENTORY)  $5,000

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Giovanni Gariboldi pot made by Richard Ginori, Italian 1936.  Gilded porcelain.  H: 6 1/2″.  $6,000

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Giovanni Gariboldi umbrella stand made by San Cristoforo, Italian 1948.  Ceramic.  H: 19″.  $4,500

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Giovanni Gariboldi planter made by San Cristoforo, Italian 1940s.  Ceramic.  H: 10 1/2″ Dia: 12 1/2″.  $3,500

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A complete set of twelve Stoviglia (“Crockery”) plates by Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), all marked, numbered, and dated 1955.  Gilded and transfer printed on porcelain, each plate 10 1/4″ diameter.  $15,000

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Fornasetti “nugget” paperweight in gilded and transfer-printed porcelain, Italian 1960s.  L: 3 3/4″ $1, 250

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Small gilded porcelain cup attributed to Giovanni Gariboldi for Richard Ginori, Italian circa 1930.  H: 3 1/4″  $1,000

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Gustav Otto (Gusso) Reuss (1885 – 1962), German circa 1950.  Bowl.  Glazed ceramic.  H: 3 ¼” Dia: 8 ¾”  $1,000