Pair of “Rose” wall pockets c. 1885
Three dimensional realistically rendered pink roses with leaf and stems all in the Barbotine technique
Marks: Made in Italy
Barbotine is the French term for ceramic slip or a mixture of clay and water for molding or decorating pottery. This technique was used to create applied adornments on 19th century majolica items.
H: 13″ x W: 7 1/4″ x D: 4 1/4″
Italian Majolica Pair of “Rose” wall pockets c. 1885
CARL F. CARLMAN (1855-1955) Sweden
Set of four covered silver boxes c. 1930
Hand wrought and hand hammered silver with a wood lined interior, square shaped finial
Marks: Triple Star with S (Swedish silver mark), G8, JJS (in a rectangle), oval cartouche, CARLMAN
H: 1″ x W: 2 1/2″ x D: 2 1/2″ (each box)
Carl F. Carlman was a silversmith to the Swedish Royal Family.