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Waldemar Fritsch (German, 1909-1978) Rosenthal porcelain figure of Harald Kreutzberg 'Gesang Der Nacht'. Translated as 'Night Song', white glazed porcelain, modelled after the famous German 20th century dancer and choreographer, signed and
Kurt Wendler (German 1893-1980) an important pair of jars and covers for Rosenthal. Each profusely painted with Art Deco stylised dancing figures in orange black and green, picked out with gilt, each on timber stand, the figures and design were originaly i
Gerhard Schliepstein (German, 1886-1963) a rare porcelain sculpture 'Verklarung' for Rosenthal, circa 1926. Translated as 'Transfiguration', white glazed porcelain, signed and marked Rosenthal to base, 42 cm width, 48 high
Piero Fornasetti (Italian, 1913-1988), Il Sole di Capri plate manufactured by Rosenthal, of square form, in box, factory mark to underside 'Rosenthal, Classic, Germany, Fornasetti, Dekor: Il Sole Di Capri'. Width 22.5 cm. Provenance: John Playford,
A Rosenthal Lustreware vase, early 1920s, the baluster vase with mauve lustre tones having a wide gilded border and continuously decorated with handpainted birds in green, blue and yellow tonings; green backstamp underside. Height 26.5 cm
A group of two porcelain plates and a bowl, circa 1900 to mid 20th century, including a Czechoslovakian raised bowl by Moritz Zdekauer, with a lobed rim, a floral spray to the centre and to reserves upon a crimson and gilt highlighted border; a late Victor
Two demi tasse coffee sets, mid 20th century and later, one fourteen piece setting by James Kent, Fenton pattern 2319, 'Crinoline lady' with six cups and saucers and a creamer and sugar bowl, and a German setting from the Rosenthal group comprising
A suite of six Rosenthal fruit study plates, later 20th century, the scalloped rims decorated with embossed floral gilt borders and to the centre individual handpainted studies of fruits; with green Rosenthal stamp underside and painted numerals, diameter
A 1950s Rosenthal porcelain figurine of a woman dancer, she wears a small orange diaphanous costume, her head back, her right arm raised, on fluted circular base with gilt highlights, printed mark and with paper label. Height 31.5 cm.
A Rosenthal fruit bowl and ten plates, the 'Maria' setting with a moulded footed bowl with an internal transfer decoration of summer fruits and with ten conforming plates, comprising five different fruit designs, all upon a white ground; Rosenthal
A large Rosenthal 'Moliere' plate, early 20th century, with a puce bouquet centrally and an impressed design to rims including a raised basketweave pattern, with gilt highlighting; green backstamp underside. diameter 33.5 cm. (irregular)
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