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  • Articulated vase in Roman style (20 cm)

     45,00

    The shape and appearance of the vase are reminiscent of Roman terra nigra pottery: reduced-fired gray to black pottery that includes biconical shapes.

  • Roman style vase 1

    Articulated vase in Roman style (23 cm)

     46,00

    The shape and appearance of the vase are reminiscent of Roman terra nigra pottery. Available in two sizes (see also Articulated vase in Roman style (28 cm)).

  • Articulated vase in Roman style (27 cm)

     80,00

    The shape and appearance of the vase are reminiscent of Roman terra nigra pottery: reduced-fired gray to black pottery that includes biconical shapes.

  • Articulated vase in Roman style (28 cm)

     65,00

    The shape and appearance of the vase are reminiscent of Roman terra nigra pottery. Available in two sizes (see also Articulated vase in Roman style (23 cm)).

  • set of blue and green vase

    Babala – Salmon – 60 cm

     22,95
  • Baroque candle holder 12.5 cm

     14,70

    Lantern with an Eastern-looking decoration. It bears some resemblance to napkin work consisting of four-petalled flowers arranged diagonally. It is common on Chinese porcelain from the later 17th century and the 18th century. Local pottery producers were inspired by such decorations during that period. They are still the source of inspiration for contemporary decoration patterns.

    The lantern creates a cozy environment with a burning tea candle, which projects the pattern onto the walls.

  • Baroque candle holder 8 cm

     9,80

    Lantern with an Eastern-looking decoration. It bears some resemblance to napkin work consisting of four-petalled flowers arranged diagonally. It is common on Chinese porcelain from the later 17th century and the 18th century. Local pottery producers were inspired by such decorations during that period. They are still the source of inspiration for contemporary decoration patterns.

    The lantern creates a cozy environment with a burning tea candle, which projects the pattern onto the walls.

  • Candle holder with bosses

    Bossed candle holder

     7,25

    This candle holder is a reference to the bossed beaker. These are glass beakers that occur in late 16th-century or 17th-century archaeological contexts. The wall of the bossed beaker is decorated with a relief pattern in the form of drops, tears, diamonds, warts or … bosses. Just like with this candle holder.

  • Dark brown vase in handmade style

     49,00

    Pottery has been around since the Neolithic, more than 7000 years ago. For a long time this was formed by hand and no turntable was involved. Various techniques were used to make pots by hand, such as by joining rolls or sheets of clay together. In every period and every culture, the pottery had specific characteristics.

    Sometimes the pottery was decorated, but very often this was not the case. This vase is a reference to archaeological handmade pottery.

  • Dark brown vase in handmade style with grooves

     54,95

    Pottery has been around since the Neolithic, more than 7000 years ago. For a long time this was formed by hand and no turntable was involved. Various techniques were used to make pots by hand, such as by joining rolls or sheets of clay together. In every period and every culture, the pottery had specific characteristics.

    Typical decoration techniques are the application of, for example, finger impressions, grooves or a coarse surface, in which blobs of clay have been applied.

    This vase is a reference to hand-formed pottery with grooves.

  • Decorative horse

     28,75

    We know statues of horses as toys for children. We also find them as grave goods. Or to some it reminds of the Trojan horse… But it’s also just nice to have at home.

  • Decorative statue of a Cycladic idol

     29,99

    The Cycladic culture in the Greek islands dates back to the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Ages. The statue is inspired by the countless idols from the early Bronze Age (3000-2000 BC). They are schematically depicted human figures.

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  • Merovingian like tea light holder

    Lantern in Merovingian style

     11,75

    The decoration on the wall of this lantern is reminiscent of the decoration of glass threads that were applied to, for example, Merovingian pouch cups.

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    Teapot with Chinese scene

     13,75

    Teapot 0.8 liter

    The first records of tea imported into Europe from the Far East date to the second half of the 16th century. When the consumption of exotic drinks became widespread, a clear relationship arose with adapted containers, such as porcelain. The decorations were created in an interaction between the demand in the area of consumption and the producers in Asia. In this way, consumers ultimately formed their own ‘fictional’ image of Chinese culture. This product shows such a hybrid image of ‘Chinese’ representations.