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Martin Brothers - lot 442 March 2007


MARTIN BROTHERS Stoneware Grotesque jar and cover, 1888. Restoration to head. Lid signed RW Martin & Brothers, London & Southall, 6-1888, base signed RW Martin Southall S. L. 1888. With stand: 8" x 5"

Sold for: $15,600 March 2007 Auction
Martin Brothers - lot 447 March 2007


MARTIN BROTHERS Stoneware Grotesque spoon warmer covered in cobalt and teal matte glaze. (Featured in Jordan Volpe Gallery's "Boobies, Boojums and Snarks: The Ceramic Curiosities of the Martin Brothers, 1880 - 1914," New York, 1982, and pictured in their catalog as No. 99). Signed Martin London + Southall. 8 3/4" x 9"

Sold for: $6,600 March 2007 Auction
Zsolnay - lot 430 March 2007


ZSOLNAY Tall tulip-shaped vase in lustered glazes. Restoration to two rim chips, two small glaze bursts on base. Green five churches stamp ZSOLNAY PECS 5495 1. 14" x 5 1/2"

Sold for: $14,400 March 2007 Auction
Zsolnay - lot 436 March 2007


ZSOLNAY Jardiniere embossed with weeds and cattails, covered in lustered glaze. (Exceptional). Touch-ups to several high points, Y-shaped line on body. Five churches red medallion, 4055, 6127B, Korona. 8 1/4" x 12"

Sold for: $11,400 March 2007 Auction
Martin Brothers - lot 219 September 2005


MARTIN BROTHERS Large double stoneware face jug in dead-matte browns, 1911. (Strong impression, perfect fire). Signed R.W. Martin & Bros., London & Southall, 4.5.1911, 68. 9" x 7 1/2"

Sold for: $11,750
Martin Brothers - lot 220 September 2005


MARTIN BROTHERS Unusual sculptural stoneware vessel pinched, dimpled and carved with four expressive faces covered in brown-to-amber matte glaze. A few small nicks to base. Signed Martin London. 7" x 6 1/2"

Sold for: $17,625

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