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porc.Vilmos ZSOLNAY(1828 – 1900) ___The world famous Zsolnay porcelain factory is rich in tradition and history. Starting in 1853, the work of its owner, Miklós Zsolnay, made an early and lasting impression. His successor Vilmos Zsolnay received the golden medal at the 1878 Paris World Fair Αναζήτηση Google

porc.Vilmos ZSOLNAY(1828 – 1900) ___The world famous Zsolnay porcelain factory is rich in tradition and history. Starting in 1853, the work of its owner, Miklós Zsolnay, made an early and lasting impression. His successor Vilmos Zsolnay received the golden medal at the 1878 Paris World Fair Αναζήτηση Google

Titanic Dolls | Reunited" - a porcelain doll in the Heaven Gown

Franklin Mint Rose Dewitt Bukater Titanic Doll "Reunited" in the "Heaven" ensemble.

Ceramics by Ilse Claeson. Though not one of the most famous designers from the 1900s, her black-green pottery with clear Art Deco touches, is easily recognizable.

Art Deco Ceramics by Ilse Claeson. Though not one of the most famous designers from the her black-green pottery with clear Art Deco touches, is easily recognizable.

Jacob Petit (1796-1865) was one of the most famous porcelain artists of the Nineteenth Century. After travelling extensively in Europe, he returned to France and established a modest porcelain manufactory in Sèvres by 1830. He expanded to a rented factory in Fontainebleau in 1834 and by 1838 was offering highly prized ornamental objects.

Jacob Petit was one of the most famous porcelain artists of the Nineteenth Century.

famous thin-walled pottery of Mata Ortiz (also known as Casas Grandes900 x 1200 | 770.1 KB | www.mexicoartshow.com

Lydia Quezada Celado, youngest sister of Juan Quezada creates the famous thin-walled pottery of Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico, considered to be some of finest pottery in the world.

Margaret Boozer, Auburn Alumni - famous American ceramist and sculpture artist, best known for her clay and ceramic compositions

Margaret Boozer: Image Index Fault Line Porcelain/ Stancill white stoneware mix, pencil, mastic, studio wall, oak.

Exquisite and Rare Music Boxes, Singing Birds, Mechanical Birds, Faberge Imperial Musical Eggs, Antique Music Boxes

Faberge Egg: Imperial Pine Cone Musical Egg A hand-painted Limoges porcelain Faberge Egg with a hand-carved rock crystal elephant surprise that gently rotates as the Swiss-made musical movement plays "Magic Flute".

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