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Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Bowl: Carl Halier (attrib), Denmark, Centerpiece 1924. It was really only with the arrival in 1911 at Royal Copenhagen of the Swede Patrick Nordstr. Patrick Nordström was born in. Väsby, outside Höganäs, a major Swedish pottery center. He was the son of a master carpenter and trained as a woodcarver and sculptor. After completing his studies in Stockholm, he spent five years traveling in Europe, starting in Berlin and going on to Venice and Paris. Before leaving Paris, he. Worked as a stucco and ornament sculptor in the construction of buildings for the 1900 Paris Exhibition Universelle, where he is reported to have been impressed by the work of a new generation of French stoneware artists, including Carries, Chaplet, Delaherche and Dalpayrat. Inspired and determined to bring the art of stoneware manufacture to Denmark. Nordström took up residence in Copenhagen, where he initially resumed his profession as an ornament sculptor. In his spare time he began to experiment with ceramic works, a field in which he was entirely self-taught, in a self-built kiln in the basement of his home in Fredriksberg. In 1911, he produced his first pieces in stoneware in a kiln in the garden of his villa in Vanl. Se, where he also fired works for other artists, including Knud Kyhn and J. Nordström drew his inspiration from the Chinese and Japanese influences on French stoneware artists. Nordström’s production soon attracted the interest of Arnold Krog at Royal Copenhagen, and he began work there in 1912, initially to develop stoneware glazes. He was to remain at Royal Copenhagen for ten years, eventually assuming overall responsibility for its stoneware production. Nordström left Royal Copenhagen in 1922 to establish his own workhop in Islev, but only after leaving a legacy of technical innovation in glazes, his own body of studio stoneware inspired by Japanese and Chinese art, and a group of trained collaborators to carry on Royal Copenhagen’s stoneware tradition. His matte crystaline glazes, inspired by those developed in the far east, were continued and perfected by fellow Royal Copenhagen artists Carl Halier, Axel Salto and Nils Thorsson. This robust bowl is very characteristic of Royal Copenhagen stoneware in the Patrick. Nordström era and would grace the center of any table. This piece is dated August 21, 1924 (21-8-1924) and is most likely from the hand of In the case of this piece, my best guess on dating and attribution is that this is a 1920s era piece from the hand of. The glaze on this piece is a beautiful soft light matte blue with crystalline highlights in a darker blue around the mouth of the bowl and brown iron flecks throughout. The piece is well marked with the hand-painted three blue waves and the date of production (21-8-1924). The dimensions of this large bowl are approximately 9 inches wide, 6 inches across the mouth and approximately 4 inches high. This first quality piece is in excellent original condition, with no observed flaws. Please see the photos for further details on condition and to fully appreciate this bowl’s glaze and form. The bulk of my collection is Danish stoneware from the 1920s into the 1970s. The bulk of my Danish collection consists of Arne Bang, Saxbo, Jais Nielsen, Nils Thorsson, Erik Hjorth, and Ejvind Nielsen. I have done extensive research on these and other artists and workshops and would be happy to share that with interested buyers. I also have substantial collections of American, French, Belgian and other 20th century northern European art pottery. Over the coming months I will be listing a wide range of pieces from my collection. Please check out my other listings and add me to your list of saved sellers to receive notification of new listings. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls”. The seller is “potsandplates” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • MPN: Dated August 21, 1924
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Item Width: 9 inches
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1920-1929
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Item Height: 4 inches
  • Vintage: Yes
  • Era: Early 20th Century (1911-1940)
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Denmark
  • Origin: Denmark
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Year Manufactured: 1924
  • Model: Attributed to Carl Halier
  • Shape: Round Centerpiece Bowl
  • Finish: Matte Crystalline
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Brand: Royal Copenhagen
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Antique: No
  • Color: Pale Blue
  • Set Includes: Centerpiece
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Bowl
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware Carl Halier (attrib.), Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s

Royal Copenhagen Stoneware: Carl Halier attrib. , Denmark, Footed Bowl, 1920s. It was really only with the arrival in 1911 at Royal Copenhagen of the Swede Patrick Nordstr. Patrick Nordström was born in. Väsby, outside Höganäs, a major Swedish pottery center. He was the son of a master carpenter and trained as a woodcarver and sculptor. After completing his studies in Stockholm, he spent five years traveling in Europe, starting in Berlin and going on to Venice and Paris. Before leaving Paris, he. Worked as a stucco and ornament sculptor in the construction of buildings for the 1900 Paris Exhibition Universelle, where he is reported to have been impressed by the work of a new generation of French stoneware artists, including Carries, Chaplet, Delaherche and Dalpayrat. Inspired and determined to bring the art of stoneware manufacture to Denmark. Nordström took up residence in Copenhagen, where he initially resumed his profession as an ornament sculptor. In his spare time he began to experiment with ceramic works, a field in which he was entirely self-taught, in a self-built kiln in the basement of his home in Fredriksberg. In 1911, he produced his first pieces in stoneware in a kiln in the garden of his villa in Vanl. Se, where he also fired works for other artists, including Knud Kyhn and J. Nordström drew his inspiration from the Chinese and Japanese influences on French stoneware artists. Nordström’s production soon attracted the interest of Arnold Krog at Royal Copenhagen, and he began work there in 1912, initially to develop stoneware glazes. He was to remain at Royal Copenhagen for ten years, eventually assuming overall responsibility for its stoneware production. Nordström left Royal Copenhagen in 1922 to establish his own workhop in Islev, but only after leaving a legacy of technical innovation in glazes, his own body of studio stoneware inspired by Japanese and Chinese art, and a group of trained collaborators to carry on Royal Copenhagen’s stoneware tradition. His matte crystaline glazes, inspired by those developed in the far east, were continued and perfected by fellow Royal Copenhagen artists Carl Halier, Axel Salto and Nils Thorsson. This elegant footed bowl is very characteristic of Royal Copenhagen stoneware in the Patrick. In the case of this piece, my best guess on dating and attribution is that this is a 1920s era piece from the hand of Carl Halier. The glaze on this piece is a beautiful mottled matte in a soft grayish-greenish blue with brown tones coming through. The piece is well marked with the hand-painted three blue waves and the sort of numbering (15/14) frequently found on Carl Halier pieces in the 1910s and 1920s. The dimensions of this bowl are approximately 6.25 inches across the rim, flaring from a bit less than 3 inches at the foot, and 2.25 inches high. This first quality piece is in excellent original condition, with no observed flaws. Please see the photos for further details on condition and to fully appreciate this bowl’s glaze and form. The bulk of my collection is Danish stoneware from the 1920s into the 1970s. The bulk of my Danish collection consists of Arne Bang, Saxbo, Jais Nielsen, Nils Thorsson, Erik Hjorth, and Ejvind Nielsen. I have done extensive research on these and other artists and workshops and would be happy to share that with interested buyers. I also have substantial collections of American, French, Belgian and other 20th century northern European art pottery. Over the coming months I will be listing a wide range of pieces from my collection. Please check out my other listings and add me to your list of saved sellers to receive notification of new listings. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls”. The seller is “potsandplates” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Shape: Footed Bowl
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Denmark
  • Signed: Yes
  • Style: Art Deco
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Type: Bowl
  • Antique: No
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Year Manufactured: 1920
  • Vintage: Yes
  • MPN: 15/14
  • Finish: Matte
  • Origin: Denmark
  • Brand: Royal Copenhagen
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1920-1929
  • Era: Early 20th Century (1911-1940)
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Model: Attributed to Carl Halier