Porcelain & Pottery Baskets

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  • German Faience Pierced Basket Made by Johann Jacob Kaiser Circa 1808

    $340.00

    This attractive white faience basket has an oval pierced body around a solid bottom.
    It is modeled on a wicker basket, a popular motif for late 18th and early 19th-century Continental ceramics.
    Made to hold bread, this was a valuable item at the kitchen table in the morning.
    The basket was manufactured circa 1808 at the Durlach factory in Germany. At that time, Durlach (Baden) was one of many German centers of faience production.
    The Durlach factory was founded In 1723 by J H Wackenfeld. Until 1818 there was no factory mark, but artists signed their work; among the most prominent was Johann Jacob Kaiser (1773–1835), who signed his works with a black “K” (see Image #6).
    After 1818 the factory’s earthenware was marked “Durlach.”*
    Dimensions: 7.25 length x 5.2″ width x 2.5” height
    Condition: Excellent with small original firing defects on the basket floor (see image #3).

    The underside with paper label for the Sammlung Collection
    * See: E. Petrasch: Durlacher Fayencen, 1723×847 (exh. cat., Karlsruhe, Bad. Landesmus., 1975) Durlacher Fayencen (exh. cat., Mannheim, Städt. Reiss-Mus., 1978) R. Simmermacher

  • Pair Antique French Porcelain Baskets Made Circa 1840

    $4,250.00

    A pair of French Paris Porcelain baskets decorated with brown grape leaves on a light caramel ground. The exquisite neoclassical grape leaf design gets its inspiration from ancient Greek and Roman decorations. The latticework of the baskets lends delicacy and light to the design. Baskets like these first became popular in France during the reign of King Louis Philippe from 1830-1848.

    Dimensions: 9″ tall x 8.75″ across the top

    Condition: Excellent

  • Pair of Antique French Porcelain Baskets

    $4,250.00

    Made in France circa 1870, this beautiful pair of Paris Porcelain baskets are classic French style.
    They are elegant and formal with exquisite gilt on crisp white porcelain.
    The one decorative touch is a lovely small band of chevrons around the middle of each basket (see image #3).
    The latticework of the baskets enhances their delicacy and adds light to the design.
    Baskets like these first became popular in France during the reign of King Louis Philippe from 1830-1848.

    Dimensions: 8.5″ height x 8.75″ diameter across the top

    Condition: Excellent

  • Three Niderviller Antique Porcelain Open-Work Baskets

    $1,400.00
  • Pair of French Gilded Porcelain Baskets ‘Corbeilles’

    $2,300.00

    Created in France in the mid-19th century the baskets are decorated with delicate flowers and lavish gilding. They stand on rectangular bases of clean white porcelain with gilded outlines. The lattice work of the baskets lends delicacy and light to the design.

    Originally this pair of elegant oval-shaped antique French porcelain pierced baskets (corbeilles) would have been placed on a table to hold fruit. They would be lovely on any table or sideboard. Their timeless beauty will enhance any room.

    Dimensions: 13.5 inches W x 9.5 inches H x 7.75 inches D

    Condition: Excellent

    Provenance: The Collection of Nelson Doubleday, Jr.

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