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Lambertville, NJ, United States
32 Hours LeftSun, Jan 20, 2019 8:30 PM GMT

Modern Ceramics & Glass

Featuring over eighty lots of ceramics from a private California collection, including exceptional works by Harrison McIntosh, Marguerite Wildenhain for Pond Farm, Hans Coper, James Lovera, Gertrud and Otto Natzler, Laura Andreson, Betty Davenport Ford, Glen Lukens, Laura Andreson, Rupert Deese, and more. Other works include those by Betty Woodman, Beatrice Wood, Cliff Lee, Jack Earl, and Paul Soldner. Exceptional glass by Yoichi Ohira, Preston Singletary, Dale Chihuly, William Morris, Libenský and Brychtová, Toots Zynsky, Laura de Santillana, Dante Marioni, Pohlman & Knowles, Richard Marquis Stephen Rolfe Powell, Dan Dailey, Frantisek Vizner, Christopher Ries, Hiroshi Yamano, Kyohei Fujita, Ross Richmond, Therman Statom, and more. David Rago, Partner + Co-Director 20th-21st C. Design Dept: ?Our best auctions usually have a large component of fresh material from private collections, and the January sale is exceptional in that regard. A group from the famed Harriman-Judd collection of European ceramics will start off the weekend, followed by a large collection of early 20th century American art pottery. Finally, there are two more collections of post-war ceramics, one from New York and the other from California. In all, these represent one of the most important and diverse groupings of decorative ceramics ever brought to auction.? Suzanne Perrault, Partner + Co-Director 20th-21st C. Design Dept ?Such loveliness in glass this time around! From the sleek and abstract forms by Czech masters Frantisek Vizner, Libenský and Brychtová and Libenský student Ivana Houserova, to meticulously-crafted figural sculptures by Pohlman and Knowles, Preston Singletary, Bill Morris, and by his pupil, Ross Richmond. By Dale Chihuly, a prototypical vessel, the first such piece we?ve seen, along with a large Soft Cylinder with blanket, and a nineteen-piece Seaform group. To top it all off, five tactile vessels by Yoichi Ohira.?
 
$950