“Ceramic objects that have sold at Christie’s auction house are used as examples of delftware, majolica and faience; Oriental porcelain; European china; British pottery and porcelain; and 20th-century art and studio pottery (works by Shoji Hamada, Bernard Leach and Hans Coper). Each image is accompanied by approximate date made, origin and a brief description of the work.” —Ceramics Monthly.
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19th century Origin a n c e a n c e Date antique Art Nouveau art pottery artistic Bernard Leach birds blue and white bowl Burmantofts ceramics Chelsea China Brief description Chinese Christopher Dresser Clarice Cliff collectors colors decorated Delft delftware Derby Deruta developed dinner service Doulton Duesbury early 18th century earthenware enamel England Brief description English Delftware faience famille rose famille verte figures figurines floral flowers France Brief description G 1 a n c e G I a n c e Date Germany Brief description gilt Glance Date glaze Grueby hollow wares inspired iron-red Italy Brief description Kakiemon Kangxi late 19th century Linthorpe London Brief description maiolica mark Meissen Ming-style Minton modeled molded motif objects ornament painted pieces plaques plates polychrome porcelain factory produced scroll Sevres Shoji Hamada six-character snuffboxes soft-paste porcelain Staffordshire stoneware studio pottery style t a G tablewares Victorian Worcester Yongzheng