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A rare Blanc-de-Chine 'Montgolfier' vessel, lat 18th-early 19th century. Sold for 14,400 USD at Christie's New York, 30th March 2005, lot 380. © Christie's Images Ltd 2005.

A rare Blanc-de-Chine 'Montgolfier' vessel, lat century. Sold for USD at Christie's New York, March lot © Christie's Images Ltd

there is movement in this ceramic wave, there is a lot of texture shown and the wave appears that it is moving.                                                                                                                                                     More

Ocean-Inspired Ceramic Sculptures Resemble Cresting Waves

Like artists Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker, Denise Romecki finds inspiration for her sculptures in cresting waves. The big difference is that, while DeSom

English sterling silver coffee pot in an Egyptian Revival style, with a medallion mask at the base of the handle - by George Angell, London, c1860 (Heritage Auctions)

English sterling silver coffee pot in an Egyptian Revival style, with a medallion mask at the base of the handle - by George Angell, London, (Heritage Auctions)

Slideshow:Datebook: Japanese Ceramics at FUAM, Connecticut by BLOUIN ARTINFO (image 1) - BLOUIN ARTINFO, The Premier Global Online Destination for Art and Culture | BLOUIN ARTINFO

Datebook: Japanese Ceramics at Fairfield University Art Museum, Connecticut

Stunning Antique J. P. L. Limoges Creamer by Jenneliserose on Etsy

Stunning Antique J. Limoges Creamer by Jenneliserose on Etsy

Vintage Silver Teapot in the George I Style http://www.acsilver.co.uk/shop/pc/Sterling-Silver-Teapot-George-I-Style-Vintage-Elizabeth-II-49p9005.htm

Sterling Silver Teapot by Elkington & Co - George I Style - Vintage (1965)

An exceptional, fine and impressive vintage Elizabeth II English sterling silver teapot made in the George I style; an addition to the silver teaware collection

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Tina Vlassopulos is an award-winning studio potter based in London producing one off hand built ceramics and a range of domestic ware called 'echo'.

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