Copenhagen, Denmark

Mainly interested in early 20th-century ceramics, but also other stuff from the same period such as glass, pewter etc. I love finding stuff on flea markets and in thMainly interested in early 20th-century ceramics, but also other stuff from the same period such as glass, pewter etc. I love finding stuff on flea markets and in thrift stores and I can spend hours sifting through heaps of old stuff to excavate that one little thing! (Read more)


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Bulbous Vase from Roskilde Pottery (Denmark), 1917-1921 - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Small Vase, Moeller & Boegely Pottery (Denmark), 1917-1920 - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Art Deco Brooch (Germany), ca. 1930 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Vase by Andersson & Johansson, Höganäs (Sweden), ca. 1920 - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Pressed Hobnail Glass Candle Holders (Various Countries), 1930’s and Onwards - Glasswarein Glassware
Klintholm Glass, Holmegaard Glassworks (Denmark), 1935 - Art Decoin Art Deco
Fairy Lamp (England? Hong Kong?), 20th century - Lampsin Lamps
Krenit Bowls and Finn Juhl Tray (Denmark), 1950’s - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Sugar Dish, Holmegaard Glassworks (Denmark), ca. 1850 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Three Vases, Thisted Keramikfabrik (Denmark), 1920’s - Art Potteryin Art Pottery


  1. Thanks, Pamela!
  2. Thanks, Sean!
  3. Thanks, vetraio; I love it too! And thanks for the loves, everyone!
  4. Thanks, blunderbuss, kyra and ho2cultcha!
  5. Thanks for the loves, everyone!
  6. Amazing - I have a penchant for the pre-Raphaelites!
  7. Thanks, kyra!
  8. Thanks for the usefuld comments (and the loves), everyone!
  9. I am so glad that I saw this post as I recently bought a glass vase on a flea market without quite knowing what it was (except that it was definitely not a Danish or even Scandinavian vase)! Now I kno...
  10. Thanks, vetraio! Yes, sometimes you're lucky!
  11. Thanks, VioletOrange!
  12. Thanks, inky!
  13. Ils sont magnifiques!
  14. Thanks, Elisabethan!
  15. Thanks for the comment, racer4four (so do I!), and thanks, vetraio and VioletOrange!
  16. Thanks, surfdub66!
  17. Merci beaucoup, Alan!
  18. I agree - such a magnificent opal doesn't need diamonds!
  19. It looks like an Ife head from Nigeria - probably a moden copy (if not, it can be valuable). I have one in terracotta; it's fascinating! Google it and see for yourself if there aren't similarities!
  20. Perhaps I misunderstand you - but the book is definitely marked. There are two little marks (Swedish, as far as I can see) below the owl's feet!
  21. Thanks for the comment, VioletOrange, and thanks for the loves, everyone!
  22. Baltic Sea Glass seems to be run by two glass artists (Maibritt Jönsson og Pete Hunner) located on the ssland of Bornholm (Denmark) in the Baltic Sea. Here's their home page: http://www.balticseaglass...
  23. Thanks, Sean!
  24. Thanks, Sean!
  25. Thanks, sklo and Radegunder!
  26. I suspected that it might be of later date - thanks for the info, IMASapp!
  27. Hi IMASapp - perhaps you can help me out with my little fairy lamp? Here it is:
  28. Thanks, racer4four and VioletOrange!
  29. Thanks, Efesgirl!
  30. Yes, I suppose so. I thought of it, but I have not been able to test it. Thanks, Elisabethan - I love it, too!
  31. Thanks, vetraio! I am not sure where the tray comes from - I believe it belonged to my grandparents and somehow ended up in my household.
  32. Beautiful!
  33. Thanks, everyone! Sean, no marks except for the pontil mark.
  34. Thanks, Sean! And thanks for the loves, everyone!
  35. Thanks,Cormoran1925! And also thanks to robin56, melaniej, vetraio, Ivonne, kyratango, aghcollect, VioletOrange, and racer4four!
  36. It certainly is a beauty!
  37. Thanks, peasejean - I will certainly keep you informed! Unfortunately I haven't been able to take it to a specialist or the like, as I have had to spend time on this annoying thing called 'work'! Hope...
  38. Thank you for the comments, kyra, kerry, and surfdub!
  39. PS. Royal Copenhagen was in financial trouble in the 1960's when Nils Thorsson (then Artistic Director) developed the Tenera and Baca lines (both with a modern and colourful look) which became very po...
  40. The bowl is from a line called Tenera which was produced from the 1960's. You're right - it is so nice and colourful (and that's why these things are still very popular).!
  41. Thanks, racer4four (and Woman34)!
  42. Merci beaucoup, Alan!
  43. Thanks, Sean!
  44. Thanks, vetraio - I am very pleased to have it!
  45. It is from Conimbriga in Portugal. It's pretty!
  46. sorry - 'referred'!
  47. You're right - it's called sometimes reffered to as 'the fried egg'. It was designed in 1960 in three different sizes.
  48. The book was published in 1913 by Julius von Pflugk-Harttung (1848-1919) who was a German historian and antiquarian.
  49. Kyra - thanks; you're right - there are marks on the needle, too! I've spent so much time now trying to see what they are, but my magnifying glass isn't good enough, so my next project is to find one ...
  50. Thanks, art.pottery. Belgian, maybe? And thanks for the loves everyone!
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