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Mid Century Ardalt-Lenwile Ceramic Bird Creamer 1950s
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Vintage Mid-Century Modern ceramic bird, goose creamer / pitcher, or could be used as bud vase-- the pouring spout is at beak the refill is opening at tail, by Ardalt-Lenwile, c.1950s-60s.

The pitcher is c.5.1/2" x 3"; 5" tall [14cm x 7.6cm x 12.7cm], the original red and silver foil sticker is slightly damaged; no chips, no hairlines, very good condition.

Ardalt-Lenwile was an American company that imported a variety of chinaware made in Japan. Most of these items fall into the "gift" category of goods, including statuettes, figurines, tableware, dishes, bowls, cups, jars, and vases. Many of the pieces are hand-painted in the well-known pseudo-European "export" style popular in 20th century Japan.

Ardalt, Inc. was located at 95 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Both the incorporation of Ardalt and the registration of the trademark Lenwile occurred in 1945, very soon after the end of World War II. The roots of the words Ardalt and Lenwile are not known, but they are presumed to be composites of the names of the company's principals. The company also used the monogram AA, which may well stand for Ard-Alt.

Rates vary per zone/ country, we will adjust shipping price with the invoice.

Note:
Country restrictions may apply - the lesser expansive Priority or 1st Class shipping may not be available to all countries.

US: Priority (c.2-4 days) -------------- $18.50
Canada: 1st Class (c.2-6 weeks) ------- $37.50
World: 1st Class (c.2-8 weeks) -------- $51.50
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Mid Century Ardalt-Lenwile Ceramic Bird Creamer 1950s

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Jul 22, 2022
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1348: Mid Century Ardalt-Lenwile Ceramic Bird Creamer 1950s

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Vintage Mid-Century Modern ceramic bird, goose creamer / pitcher, or could be used as bud vase-- the pouring spout is at beak the refill is opening at tail, by Ardalt-Lenwile, c.1950s-60s.

The pitcher is c.5.1/2" x 3"; 5" tall [14cm x 7.6cm x 12.7cm], the original red and silver foil sticker is slightly damaged; no chips, no hairlines, very good condition.

Ardalt-Lenwile was an American company that imported a variety of chinaware made in Japan. Most of these items fall into the "gift" category of goods, including statuettes, figurines, tableware, dishes, bowls, cups, jars, and vases. Many of the pieces are hand-painted in the well-known pseudo-European "export" style popular in 20th century Japan.

Ardalt, Inc. was located at 95 Madison Avenue, New York, New York. Both the incorporation of Ardalt and the registration of the trademark Lenwile occurred in 1945, very soon after the end of World War II. The roots of the words Ardalt and Lenwile are not known, but they are presumed to be composites of the names of the company's principals. The company also used the monogram AA, which may well stand for Ard-Alt.

Rates vary per zone/ country, we will adjust shipping price with the invoice.

Note:
Country restrictions may apply - the lesser expansive Priority or 1st Class shipping may not be available to all countries.

US: Priority (c.2-4 days) -------------- $18.50
Canada: 1st Class (c.2-6 weeks) ------- $37.50
World: 1st Class (c.2-8 weeks) -------- $51.50

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