Tiffany honeycomb scent bottle

Tiffany & Co Bottles Information

Information on Tiffany & Co bottles and makers marks. Founded in New York in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany, initially as stationery and fancy goods store on Broadway, styled Tiffany & Young 1837-1841, when it became Tiffany, Young & Ellis

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Meissen Bottles Information

Information and makers marks for Meissen. Located in the town of Meissen, near Dresden, in Saxony, it was the first hard-paste porcelain manufacturer in Europe, thanks to the 1708 discovery of the secret of porcelain by Johann Friedrich Böttger and Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus.

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An inlaid stoneware bottle Goryeo dynasty (918-1392)

Goryeo Stoneware Bottles

Price guide to Korean Goryeo stoneware bottles. During the nearly five centuries of the Goryeo dynasty (918–1392), celadon constituted the main type of ceramics produced on the Korean peninsula. This exquisite ware typically appears gray-green in hue.

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Wedgwood blue jasper scent bottle

Wedgwood Bottles Information

Information and makers marks for Wedgwood. Josiah Wedgwood I (q.v.) established a pottery in Burslem in 1759 after being in partnership with Thomas Whieldon (q.v.), and began to make cream-coloured earthenwares in partnership with his cousin Thomas soon afterwards.

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Large albarello, earthenware covered inside and outside with a presumed tin-glaze

Domenego da Venezia

Domenego da Venezia was born around 1520-25 (Concina, 1975). He was renown for his exquisite maiolica pharmacy jars and vessels often adorned with fruits, flowers and foliage

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