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A Russian Gilded Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Vase, Gustav Klingert, Moscow, 1891

*A Russian Gilded Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Vase, Gustav Klingert, Moscow, 1891

An early Art Deco gold, amethyst and diamond pendant, Russian, circa 1910. Designed as a stylised lotus flower an octagonal amethyst and small brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending a pendant set with a round faceted amethyst drop and two small brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k yellow gold.

An early Art Deco gold, amethyst and diamond pendant, Russian, circa Designed as a stylised lotus flower an octagonal amethyst and small brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending a pendant set with a round faceted amethyst drop and two small brilliant-cut

folk art: PaintBackground, vase and leaves fabric flowers.

Took a pic today of a Maude Lewis inspired painting I did for. on Twitpic

(Art Nevue) Russian Silver and Crystal Vase... ohhhhh if only!!!!!

Get this Amazing Silver & Crystal Vase – Art Nevue Style. The crystal Hand Cut in Israel & made in very special technique of Spraying Sand while processing

Glass Art, Perruches Vase - Provenance to Louis H. Chalif, Russian Ballet Master who came to United States,1904,founded Chalif Normal School of Dance in Manhattan; extremely rare and outstanding deep ruby red

An extremely rare and outstanding deep ruby red molded and frosted "Perruches" vase by Lalique, introduced in of ovoid form, decorated with perching parakeets on leafy branches upon a rouge ground. Lalique`s magic.

Art Nouveau ivory porcelain vase from the portrait series Allegory of Russia, designed by Nikolaus Kannhauser for Amphora

Art Nouveau ivory porcelain vase from the portrait series Allegory of Russia, designed by Nikolaus Kannhauser for Amphora - portraits on crockery

A pair of Russian gilded silver and cloisonné enamel champagne flutes, Fedor Rückert, Moscow, circa 1890 | Lot | Sotheby's

A pair of Russian gilded silver and cloisonné enamel champagne flutes, Fedor Rückert, Moscow, circa 1890

Cara Gilbert Cara Gilbert works in stoneware and porcelain out of her studio in Los Angeles. Her work is defined by color, texture, and pattern in glazing and reflects a focus on handcrafted contemporary design. She draws her inspiration from an eclectic set of interests ranging from fabric design (Russian avant-garde textile design and Japanese kimono fabric), to mid-century modern sensibilities in industrial and interior design, to the Bauhaus and Arts and Crafts movements

vase: hyaku - Handcrafted, wheel-thrown ceramic vase with a graphic glaze pattern covering the exposed stoneware exterior of this Japanese-inspired vase.

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