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Willy Sluiter (Amersfoort 1873 - 1949 The Hague), Volendam fisherman squatting,
A rare piece of Goebel M.I. Hummel - 2000 "Worldwide Wanderers", Limited edition no. 826 of 2000.Warhol * Basquiat Boxing Poster, Exhibition New York 1985. Reissue. with signature of Basquiat.

Porcelain, Paintings, Silver, Urban art

Starts on: Jun 07, 2023 1:00 PM EDT
NetherlandsSprundel, Noord Brabant, NL
3 days Left
A porcelain pipe vase with Iron red decoration of a dragon, marked Kangxi. China, 19/20th century.
A ribbed porcelain ginger jar decorated with frames and fools in a garden wooden lid, marked .A Celadon bowl, ship find. China, Song.

Asian Art & Chinese Porcelain

Starts on: Jun 06, 2023 1:00 PM EDT
NetherlandsSprundel, Noord Brabant, NL
2 days Left
Vintage Lars Syberg Ceramic Candle Holder, Denmark, 1950s
Writings of John Burroughs, 1904-1913, 15 Volumes Set, illustratedAnatole Marquet de Vasselot, Chloe, Antique 1881 Photogravure

Art, Books, Collectibles, Porcelain

Starts on: Jun 23, 2023 4:00 PM EDT
United StatesPetersburg, VA, US


Porcelain is a fine white clay consisting of the mineral kaolin. It can be found in tableware, art, architecture, jewelry, tiles and more. Porcelain treasures are truly rare and exceptional finds among collectors because of their material and design. They can be combined with other Baroque-style pieces to accentuate its exquisite aesthetic. The manufacture of porcelain is a long and complex process that requires skill and excellent craftsmanship. What is considered true porcelain was actually developed in China back in the 10th-century. In the 18th century, European were mesmerized by Chinese porcelain and got inspired by it as they tried to recreate its smooth gloss and white translucency. Thus, porcelain quickly became one of the most sought-after items of the European aristocracy. Still today, porcelain is considered as 'white gold' and signifies glory, high status and sophistication. The style of <a href="https:/


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