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Amphora Ceramic Mermaid by Rogier Vandeweghe, Belgium
By Rogier Vandeweghe
Located in Antwerp, BE
Monumental ceramic Mermaid by the Belgian artist Rogier Vandeweghe (1923) and executed by his own ceramic workshop amphora located in Bruges, Belgium. Signed Amphora.
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Vintage 1960s Belgian Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

Roger Capron Large Ceramic Dish with Stylized Mermaid, Vallauris, 1950s
By Roger Capron
Located in Paris, FR
Roger Capron (1922-2006) Unusual ceramic dish (diameter 30 cm) with mythological character "Mermaid" As wall decoration or cup on a side table Signed Capron Vallauris on back M...
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Vintage 1950s Decorative Art

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Ceramic

French "Piece Unique" Ceramic Sculpture of a Mermaid Signed, H. Gauthier
By H. Gauthier
Located in New York City, NY
Handmade one of a kind terracotta, signed piece unique; H. Gauthier. Colorful sculpture of a mermaid upon a fish with intricate detail of the ocean floor. The base is 16 in long. The...
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20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Sculptures

Vintage Ribbon Ceramic Mermaid
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Beautiful handmade ceramic mermaid circa 1970. Hand crafted from individual pieces of thin ribbon ceramic, she is substantial, measuring 15" H x 13" D x 6" W.
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Vintage 1970s American Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

  • Vintage Ribbon Ceramic Mermaid
  • Vintage Ribbon Ceramic Mermaid
  • Vintage Ribbon Ceramic Mermaid
  • Vintage Ribbon Ceramic Mermaid
H 15 in. W 6 in. D 13 in.
Exceptionally Beautiful Ceramic Mermaid Sculpture by Elie van Damme
By Elie van Damme
Located in Vlimmeren, BE
This beautiful ceramic mermaid sculpture was created by Elie van Damme. It is a one-off sculpture, very large and with an amazing bluish white matte glaze. It is a hand-formed, uni...
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Vintage 1960s Belgian Mid-Century Modern Figurative Sculptures

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Ceramic

Belgian Art Deco Vase with Mermaid Motif
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Sophisticated and economically designed, this charming vase depicts a mermaid (or possibly a merman) gazing into a hand mirror as tradition required.
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Vintage 1930s Belgian Ceramics

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Ceramic

  • Belgian Art Deco Vase with Mermaid Motif
  • Belgian Art Deco Vase with Mermaid Motif
  • Belgian Art Deco Vase with Mermaid Motif
  • Belgian Art Deco Vase with Mermaid Motif
H 8.5 in. W 5 in. D 1.75 in.
Marcello Fantony Chantal Monumental Mermaid Series Lamp
By Marcello Fantoni
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Marcello Fantony Chantal monumental Mermaid series lamp with marine motifs of fish, seahorses and mermaids. Fantastical hand built surrealist depiction of underwater life with heavy ...
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Vintage 1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

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Brass

Rare Complete Set of "Mermaid" Dishes from Vallauris, 1940s
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Each hand-incised and decorated by Jacques, one of the famed ceramicists working in Vallauris after World War II, this complete set of 36 dishes (12 dinner plates (9"), 12 luncheon p...
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Vintage 1940s French Dinner Plates

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Ceramic

"Mermaid with Trident," Art Deco Bowl by Nylund, 1944
By Gunnar Nylund
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Gunnar Nylund, who worked for Rorstrand from 1931 to 1958, developed this rich “Flambe” glaze. Special pieces were decorated with sensuous scenes featuring mermaids, as in this case...
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

18th Century Portuguese blue on white Tile Panel "Mermaids"
Located in Lisbon, PT
18th century Portuguese tile panel "Mermaids". Sea and mithologic scenes were very characteristic in Portugal in the 18th century normally applied in palaces. The blue and white ...
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Antique Early 18th Century Portuguese Baroque Ceramics

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Ceramic

Large Argenta Platter with Mermaid designed by Wilhelm Kage for Gustavsberg
By Wilhelm Kage
Located in Palm Springs, CA
A large Argenta platter with a Sterling Sliver inlay Mermaid. Designed by Wilhelm Kage for Gustavsberg, Sweden. Date code m= 1944
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Vintage 1940s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

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