Various

A Private Collection of Danish Porcelain

Focus on Uniques of the Art Nouveau

Various Artists


Different partially unidentified artists that made unique pieces

Caterpillar  Vase
Caterpillar  Vase
Istanbul Skyline Vase
Istanbul Skyline Vase
Dragonfly and flower vase
Dragonfly and flower vase
Dragonfly and flower vase
Pansies vase
Pansies vase
Berry vase
Berry vase
Berry vase
Thorkild Olsen Fish Vase
Thorkild Olsen Fish Vase
Caterpillar  Vase

Artist:                       Unknown - KYL

Date of Production:  March? 1892

Unique Number:      3435 (unclear)

Height:                     21 cm

Diameter:                 13 cm

Motif:                        Cterpillar on cabbage

Remarks:                 

Istanbul Skyline Vase

Artist:                       Unknown - TH

Date of Production:  1903

Unique Number:      none

Height:                     39,5 cm

Diameter:                 13,5 cm

Motif:                        Roses and Istanbul at night

Remarks:                 "Rosen saenker sit hoved tungt af dug

                                 og duft" is written at the bottom.

                                 The rose is sinking its head, heavy

                                 with dew and fragrance.

                                 Composed by Wilhelm Stenhammar

                                  titeled "I Seraillets Have".

Dragonfly and flower vase
Dragonfly and flower vase

Artist:                       Unknown - TH

Date of Production:  1895-1922

Unique Number:      none - Test Piece

Height:                     27 cm

Diameter:                 15 cm

Motif:                        Dragonflies on flower blossom ground

Remarks:                  Has been a test piece and presented

                                 to become a production vase. Must

                                 have been rejected by the comittee,

                                 since it never went to production. That

                                 makes it a unique piece.

Pansies vase

Artist:                        K. Kabell

Date of Production:  1897-1922

Unique Number:      none

Height:                     20,5 cm

Diameter:                 20 cm

Motif:                        Pansies and a band of blossoms in

                                 relief

Remarks:                  none

Berry vase

Artist:                        Unknown - C.G.

Date of Production:  1901

Unique Number:      none

Height:                     31 cm

Diameter:                 12 cm

Motif:                        Pansies and a band of blossoms in

                                 relief

Remarks:                  none

Berry vase

Artist:                        Else Hasselriis

Date of Production:  1904-1922

Unique Number:      none (production 1984/8)

Height:                     6 cm

Width:                      16 cm

Depth:                     12 cm

Motif:                        Girl with geese

Remarks:                  none

Thorkild Olsen Fish Vase

Artist:                        Thorkild Olsen

Date of Production:  1960

Unique Number:       none

Height:                      18 cm

Width:                       19 cm

Depth:                      12 cm

Motif:                        Stylized fish vase

Remarks:                 none

“Olsen, Thorkild Osvald, 1890-1973 was a painter and ceramist. He was born 7.7.1890 in Glumsø and died 30.4.1973 in Frederiksberg.


Thorkild Olsen made a significant contribution during the over 60 years of employment at The Royal Porcelain Factory. He worked with both modeling and decoration, especially over and under glaze painting, and he contributed to the development of glazes. In Olsen's early works, for example a series of works in 1920s Crackle porcelain, the decoration in iron and gold is naturalistic, most often with botanical motifs. Later, the decoration was stylized to finally become abstraction based on the naturalization that played an important role for him, but still in the 1950s we saw our wild flora reproduced at the Primavera dining room. Also in his careful, careful painting, the foundation was constantly naturalism. The abstract ornament, also used in woodcarving and dust printing, used Olsen in the 1950s to work in soft porcelain with decorations in the ancient Chinese pourpre de chine glaze that was rebuilt in the late 1940s and for decorations with pink royal glass. With traditional gold print, and an innovative cool variant of this. In the last decades of production, he was most advantageously noted for his work in blanc de chine with cuts and reliefs that emphasize the mass transparency.


Olsen did a preliminary Examination 1906; Student at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory under Arnold Krog May 1908; Technical School, Arts Academy Copenhagen. January 1911 Jan. 1914th.

Olsen travelled to Norway 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1936, 1937, 1938 and later; Germany, Austria 1921; England 1925; France, including Southern France 1925, 1935, 1938 …; Italy 1930; Belgium 1935.

Olsen was employed at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory from 1908, head of Juliane Marie Overglaze department and painted in 1918; Teacher at Kunsthandværker School 1926-29.”


Main Information from Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon & Kunstindex Danmark


 

Butterfly and flower vase
Butterfly and flower vase
Monkey Head vase
Monkey Head vase
Flower vase lamp
Flower vase lamp
Berries and leaves
Berries and leaves
Butterfly and flower vase

Artist:                        Unknown (NS, NJ, ..?)

Date of Production:  1885 - 1893

Unique Number:       none

Height:                      12 cm

Diameter:                  5 cm

Motif:                         Butterfly and flower vase

Remarks:                  none

Monkey Head vase
Monkey Head vase

Artist:                        Unknown

Date of Production:  25.08.1923

Unique Number:       none

Height:                      17 cm

Diameter:                  15 cm

Motif:                         Blue flowers and birds. Winged monkey

                                  heads in plastic relief

Remarks:                  Glaze defects in blue painting. Burning

                                  failed - the intended crackle structure

                                  did not come through everywhere

Flower vase lamp

Artist:                        "M.H." - Unknown

Date of Production:  1910

Unique Number:       none

Height:                      23,5 cm

Diameter:                  22,5 cm

Motif:                         White blossoms and leaves                   

Remarks:                  Privately decorated, factory second.

                                  Used as vase lamp


Berries and leaves

Artist:                        "H.E.." - Unknown

Date of Production:  1916

Unique Number:       none

Height:                      24,5 cm

Diameter:                  11,5 cm

Motif:                         Black berries and leaves                   

Remarks:                  Privately decorated

                                  


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