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contemporary table settings - Wallmonkeys Peel
Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Contemporary Table Setting - 18"H x 12"W Removable Graphic
Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Contemporary Table Setting - 18"H x 12"W Removable Graphic
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Foley Art China - Peacock Pottery
Foley Art China - Peacock Pottery
ITEM: 46 Piece Antique Tea Set - E.B. Co. Foley Art China Peacock Pottery ~.~.~.~.~.~ Please read through *ALL* details below. ~.~.~.~.~.~ MANUFACTURER: E. Brain & Co. - Fenton, England (See historic company detail below.) Each piece legibly marked: Foley Art China Peacock Pottery England CIRCA: c. 1903 DESIGN DETAILS: - This pattern is believed to have been an original design by Glasgow artist, George Logan, who was a contemporary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh of the Scottish Arts and Crafts Movement. Though there are apparently some historical gaps in which the designer was also referred to as, Mr. Peacock. - The hand-painted pattern features an Art Nouveau style Scottish thistle motif. - The color could be best described as a minty teal blue with olive green accents on a bone white backdrop. - A beautifully clean and simple pattern. - This particular pattern is extremely scarce. COUNT: 46 Pieces INCLUDED IN THIS LISTING: ..................Serving Pieces.................. 1. x1 teapot 2. x1 corresponding teapot cover (Set atop teapot in photos.) 3. x1 cream/milk pitcher (Set atop under-plate in photos.) 4. x1 sugar bowl (Set atop under-plate in photos.) 5. x3 under-plates (Set beneath teapot, pitcher and sugar bowl in photo.) 6. x1 shallow serving bowl (Set inside handled dish in photo.) 7. x1 handled serving bowl (Set below shallow serving bowl and atop scalloped platter in photo.) 8. x1 large scalloped serving platter (Set below handled dish in photo.) 9. x1 extra-large large 12 3/4" circular serving platter (This pieces bears an additional embossed maker's mark on it's bottom which reads, "BOOTHS 10". Not pictured.) ..................Table Settings.................. 10. x6 teacups 11. x6 teacup saucers 12. x5 lunch plates (the largest ones in the photos) 13. x6 salad plates (the 2nd largest ones in the photos) 14. x6 fruit/dessert cups 15. x6 fruit/dessert cup saucers OVERALL CONDITION: Very good vintage condition -- for personal use -or- a stunning collectible set! All handles and spouts are in excellent condition. No major damage to any of the pieces. The glaze remains as smooth and shiny as ever. The set is unique, stylish, and filled with loads of old fashioned, hand-crafted character. Aside from a few fairly minor tea stains, the entire set is near-immaculate. Some typical visible signs of age (such as some tiny flea bites, minor hairlines, and small crazed patches) are present, yet overall it's in remarkable condition. COMPANY HISTORY: "E. Brain & Co., Fenton, established 1850. Manufacture bone china in modern art designs of a very choice quality. The ware is known as Foley art china, and more particularly as Peacock china, an honor paid to the designer, Mr. Peacock, who has produced a series of patterns with somewhat of an Art Nouveau feeling, but without the extravagance of that school, being very simple in design and quiet and restful in coloring. The usual gold adornment has been dispensed with, and would in fact be out of place, the quality of body and decoration being deemed sufficient to hold attention. Mr. Elijah Brain, the founder, died October, 1910." [Excerpt from the 1911 publication, A Pottery Primer, by William Percival Jervis.] ............................................................................................................................................................................... ******** IN SEARCH OF ANY ADDITIONAL DETAILS ******** Can you fill in the blanks about this china? I'd love to know more about it, such as the official pattern name and why it seems to be nearly impossible to find. Please send a flickr message or a tweet @retrovertigomn if you've got *any* more clues to this amazing collection! THANK YOU!
Paul Merrick
Paul Merrick
Since the 1960s and 1970s artists from Richard Artschwager to Rachel Whiteread have made sculptures that resemble familiar domestic objects like chairs, tables and beds, or incorporated furniture directly into their artworks. Paul Merrick works with both strategies, creating sculptures from found functional objects like IKEA tables or frames, and building objects that recreate the archetypal forms of much loved, familiar objects. Merrick’s works combine elements which are industrial, domestic and hand-crafted or unique. ‘Untitled (Table)’ for example, foregrounds the signs of life in the artist’s studio: time-worn accretions of paint built up over years. But this Jackson Pollock-like surface is contrasted with monochome panels that enclose and define a volume of space that is ordinarily ignored, echoing Rachel Whiteread’s works. ‘Untitled (Chair)’ resembles Frank Gehry’s early chair designs where materials seldom used for domestic purposes are celebrated. It also recalls Gerrit Reitveld’s ‘design classic’, the painted wood ‘Red and Blue Chair’. However, Merrick’s ‘chair’ is sculpture, rather than sculptural. And it is a improvised accrual of salvaged materials – showing more of a punk ethos than the belief that domestic settings were ‘machines for living in’, entirely controlled by the artist or designer’s genius.

contemporary table settings
contemporary table settings
Table Setting With Candles by David Col . Art PRINT Poster 16.00 X 16.00
Table Setting With Candles by David Col 16.00 inches width X 16.00 inches height.Printed on Fine Art Paper, Thicker and Nicer Finish. This item is a higher quality reproduction than a typical poster.Museum quality fine-art print, printed on high quality archival acid free paper. Most prints are on a thick (120 pound or higher) stock of paper. Each print is of the highest museum art print reproduction quality and are supplied by the world's leading art publishers. These prints rival any detailed reproduction from their originals and are geared towards the discerning eye of the particular art collector. This Site offers Amazon Payments as a checkout option. This item is covered by amazon a-z claims on this site if using the Amazon Payments option to checkout.