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Antique Continental Porcelain

Shop Wyler Antiques inventory of Continental porcelain and pottery featuring Danish, French, Hungarian and Italian merchandise.

Hungarian Pottery Flask


A wonderful vibrant green colored 20th century Hungarian Pottery Flask. The workmanship on this piece is quite intricate as well as interesting and it resonates throughout the piece. Hungarian writing is on 1 side of the flask telling a fable and a floral design is …

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Antique French Pottery Pitcher


A charming early 20th century French Pottery Pitcher that is set on a black background. There is a floral motif consisting of blue, yellow and pink flowers with green leaves interspersed amongst them. Decoration on the back and a yellow border at the top of …

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Bing & Grondahl Porcelain Figurine


Bing & Grondahl was a famous and popular Danish porcelain manufacturer. The company was founded in 1853 by a sculptor named Frederick Vilhelm Grondahl and merchant brothers Meyer Hermann Bing and Jacob Herman Bing. The brothers made their fortune as art and book dealers and …

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Bing & Grondahl Porcelain Figurine


A lovely example of a mid 20th century Danish Bing & Grondahl Porcelain Figurine. It features a pair of children residing on a round base. The older child, a girl, has her arm around the younger child who is a boy. They are looking upwards …

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Hungarian Porcelain Pitcher


A very attractive Hungarian Porcelain Pitcher made by the Zsolnay Porcelain Company. For people who are not familiar with the company, they began making porcelain in Pecs, Hungary in 1853. They became quite popular and developed a stellar reputation very quickly. Thus they became one …

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Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Vase


Royal Copenhagen is the oldest and most respected manufacturer of porcelain in Denmark. This company has been making porcelain since 1775. The factory was actually founded by a chemist, Franz Heinrich Muller. He imported a chrysanthemum motif from China and developed it in Denmark. The …

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Pair of Royal Dux Bohemia Porcelain Ewers

$675.00 for pair

Duxer Porzellanmanufaktur, or Dux Porcelain Manufactory, was started in 1860 by Edward Eichler in what was then Duchov, Bohemia. The high quality pottery and porcelain figures produced there are now generally referred to by the abbreviated name, “Royal Dux”. At this time, their main wares …

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Antique French Faience Bowl


Faience is a type of earthenware of high quality, which is made to look like Chinese porcelain with its opaque white glaze. Faience is tin-glazed earthenware which is made in France, Germany, Spain, and Scandinavia. It is distinguished from tin-glazed earthenware made in Italy, which …

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Antique Continental Pottery Container


This Antique Continental Pottery Container is wonderful with it’s vibrant colors. Flowers are decorated on this container in mustard yellow, brown and blue shades. Also, there are green leaves attached to the flowers as well as scattered around the piece. The two handles on this …

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Antique Italian Large Plate


The Ginori Porcelain company, at Doccia, was founded in 1735 by Carlo Ginori. In 1896 the name of the business was changed to Richard – Ginori. It has remained the most important Italian porcelain factory ever since. In the 18th Century, the factory used the …

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Set of 4 Antique French Plates

$1,500.00 set of 4

An exquisite set of 4 Antique French Plates that are quite striking in appearance. With its lovely chartreuse and white border framed on either side by gilt, the interior section carries forth this chartreuse color with pink flowers on a white background. This set of …

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Summer Flowers in Antique Vases 🌻

Greetings from Wyler Antiques!

As we are enjoying Summer and spending a great deal of time outdoors, we thought this would be the ideal time to talk about flowers and how they relate to our selection of vases. With many of us working in our gardens and our flowers blooming, a perfect place to show them off is in a vase or a container. Fortunately for all of you, we have a wide variety to choose from.

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