Contemporary boule vases colorfully decorated. Cloisonné glazes on faience. Faienceries et Emaux de Longwy, manufacturer. Located in Alsace-Lorraine, France and around since 1798.

Aquatropical design. Contemporary. French.
Aquatropical design. Contemporary. French. Emaux de Longwy, maker. Image © Emaux de Longwy. Fair use license. via http://nancybuzz.fr/emaux-de-longwy-tradition-savoir-faire-luxe-decouverte/
Giraffe.
Giraffe. Contemporary. French. Emaux de Longwy, maker. Image © Emaux de Longwy. Fair use license. via http://www.terre-de-luxe.fr/?p=837
 "Astro Ball Flo (Inheritance) " from the Heritage Collection. Contemporary. French. Green in color.
“Astro Ball Flo (Inheritance) ” from the Heritage Collection. Contemporary. French. Green in color. Gold with enamel. Emaux de Longwy, maker. Image © Emaux de Longwy. Fair use license. via https://www.emauxdelongwy.com/product/boule-astro-flo-vert-d5685-mini-heritage
Colonial boule.
Colonial boule. Contemporary. French. Céleste for Longwy. Image © Emaux de Longwy and celeste-mogador.com. Fair use license. via https://www.celeste-mogador.com/products/boule-coloniale-emaux-de-longwy
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Pieces to spruce up anyone’s morning room. Maybe you should just do up the entire house. Émile-Aubert Lessore (Lessorre) for Wedgwood. A French ceramics artist and painter, Lessore’s work is just grand.

Queens' ware vase. ca. 1862.
Queens’ ware vase. ca. 1862. Decorated in enamel decorated with scrolled snake and vine framed cartouches. One side with a motif of children in a treed landscape with a village gathering on the other. Signed by the artist. Impressed mark. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2940B/lots/365
Vase. 1862-63. Lead-glazed creamware and jasperware.
Vase. 1862-63. Lead-glazed creamware and jasperware. Lessore in collaboration with Henry Brownsword for Wedgwood. Photo credit: Sean Pathasema/Birmingham Museum of Art. Collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art. Cc0 License 3.0. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lessore_Vase.jpg
Queen's ware Trentham vase. ca. 1872.
Queen’s ware Trentham vase, the vase being supported on the backs of two children and a raised base adorned with agricultural tools. Polychrome enamel. ca. 1872. Émile Lessore, decorator for Wedgwood. Modeled by Rowland Morris. Signed by the artist. Impressed mark. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. and lotsearch.de. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.de/lot/wedgwood-emile-lessore-decorated-queens-ware-trentham-vasewedgwood-emile-26735587?page=24&orderBy=lot-title&order=ASC

Ornamental porcelain from Paris at mid 19th century, mostly in pale pink, light green, mauve, black, and gold. Jacob Petit, maker. Born in 1796 he started out working for Sèvres before starting out on his own.

Pair of baluster form vases with scalloped gilt rims and scrolled handles. Fruit applied all over on a a gilt vermiculé ground.
Pair of baluster form vases with scalloped gilt rims and scrolled handles. Fruit applied all over on a gilt vermiculé ground. Mid 19th c. French. Blue “JP” monogram marks. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/a-pair-of-jacob-petit-porcelain-fruit-encrusted-5607676-details.aspx
Potpourri jar and cover.
Potpourri jar and cover, square form with a pierced gilded relief frieze. Has vignettes of young lovers to one side and a portrait titled “Mlle de Fontanges” (a mistress of Louis XIV) to the other side. Lion mask and paw feet. Pierced cover with gilt foliate scrolling. Blue “JP” underglaze mark to the base. 19th c. Image © 2019 Case Antiques, Knoxville. Fair use license. via https://caseantiques.com/item/lot-389-jacob-petit-potpourri-urn-and-cover/
Pair of figural spill vases in the form of open mouthed gilt fish.
Pair of figural spill vases in the form of open-mouthed gilt fish, resting on a base of seashells and flowers. mid 19th c. French. Signed “JP”. Image © 2018 Brunk Auctions, Inc. Asheville. Fair use license. via https://brunkauctions.com/lot/pair-of-fish-vases-by-jacob-petit-3080921
Pair of dodecagon shaped incense holders with pierced covers.
Pair of dodecagon shaped incense holders with pierced covers.Gilt animal feet on the base. Applied gilt male face masks on the body and lavishly painted in bright colors. Underside with a blue ground and painted in the center with a gilt flying insect. ca. 1840. Attributed to Jacob Petit. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/porcelain/paris-porcelain-incense-holders-attributed-to-jacob-petit-circa-1840/id-f_11970181/

Art pottery in glowing colors painted by William S. Mycock for Pilkington’s Lancastrian Pottery and Tiles. British. Various sources and all beautiful.

Lustre vase. 1933.
Lustre vase. 1933. Ovoid form with a red ground and iridescent copper band of galleons in full sail. Incised ETR, painted monogram and date code. Mycock in collaboration with Edward T Radford for Pilkington. Image © Metropress Ltd, (t/a Auction Technology Group). Fair use license. via https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-us/auction-catalogues/hansons/catalogue-id-hanson10106/lot-c15f8edf-4ab6-448c-8703-a79200a84798
Lustre vase. ca. 1908.
Lustre vase. ca. 1908. Globular body and a short flared neck. Decorated with a motif of stylized foliage and flowers against a yellow ground, Impressed factory mark and ‘2507’ with painted artist’s monogram to base. William S. Mycock for Pilkington. Image © Copyright Toovey’s 2017-2019. Fair use license. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/356452/a-pilkingtons-royal-lancastrian-lustre-vase/
Lustre vase. ca. early 20th c.
Lustre vase. ca. early 20th c. Large three-handled vase with formal decoration of flowers in green over orange in a Persian style. Full artists monogram. Mycock for Pilkinton. Image © Ewbank Auctions, Surrey. Fair use license. via https://www.ewbankauctions.co.uk/20161027D-lot-10-Pilkingtons-lustre-a-large-three-handled-vase-by-William-S-Mycock-with-Persian-style-formal-decoration-of-flowers-in-green-over-orange-full-artists-monogram-32-cm-high?view=lot_detail&auction_id=292#
Baluster vase. 1913.
Baluster vase, painted with a band of Lion Rampant between borders of fleur-de-lys in copper and ruby lustre on a blue lustre ground. Painted monogram and datemark. 1913. Painted by Mycock and designed by Walter Crane for Pilkington. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/a-pilkington-lancastrian-baluster-vasedesigned-by-walter-1920208-details.aspx

Egyptian themed pottery with a vividly colored Art Deco spin. Carlton Ware Pottery. Based in Stokes-on-Trent, England. Sold a few times and still there but not making anything like this anymore.

"Tutenkamun" covered vase. ca. 1920.
“Tutenkhamun” covered vase. ca. 1920. Enameled and gilt with Egyptian motifs. Printed marks in black and gilt. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/urns/carlton-ware-tutenkamun-covered-vase-circa-1920/id-f_9268213/
Dressing table tray. ca. 1920.
Dressing table tray. “Egyptian Fan” design. ca. 1920. Colored enamels and gilt on a mottled red ground. Pattern number 3695. Image ©2019 LoveAntiques.com. Fair use license. via https://www.loveantiques.com/miscellaneous/trays/carltonware-dressing-table-tray-c1920-128780
Bowl in the "Egyptian Fan" design number 3659. 1932.
Bowl in the “Egyptian Fan” design number 3659. Decorative flowers arranged in a fan shape on a mottled rouge background and gilt. 1932. Image Desired Antiques & Collectables 2019©. Fair use license. via http://www.desiredantiques.co.uk/product.php/3659_egyptian_fan_bowl/?k=:::6834466
Egyptian pattern bowl. ca. 1920's.
Egyptian pattern bowl. ca. 1920’s. Blue background with gilt decoration applied with transfer prints and on-glaze enamels. Image © McTears Auctioneers. Fair use license. via https://mctears.co.uk/auction/lot/1227-A-CARLTON-WARE-EGYPTIAN-PATTERN-BOWL/?lot=142829&so=0&st=&sto=0&au=777&ef=&et=&ic=False&sd=2&pp=25&pn=1&g=-1#

Jugendstil ceramics from Hungary. Designed by Sándor Apáti Abt for Zsolnay. Early 20th century.

Vase. ca. 1908-11.
Vase. ca. 1908-11. Porcelain faience with colored eosin glaze. Impressed model numbers 6193 and M. Remnants of old adhesive labels numbered 6193 and 151 and a relief mark: five towers in a double circle. Zsolnay Pecs, manufacturer. Image © 2019 Dorotheum GmbH & Co KG. Fair use license. via https://www.dorotheum.com/de/l/5947825/
Ewer with a handle in the motif of a nude female drinking from the spring. ca. 1900.
Ewer with a handle in the motif of a nude female drinking from the spring. ca. 1900. Metallic green eosin glaze. Sándor Apáti Abt and Lajos Mack, designers for Zsolnay. Raised lozenge mark. Image © Skinner Inc. and Lot Search. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.net/lot/zsolnay-eosin-metallic-green-glazed-ewerzsolnay-eosin-metallic-green-27013575
Vase with ribbon-flower pattern. 1903.
Vase with ribbon-flower pattern. 1903. Sándor Apáti Abt, designer for Zsolnay. Image © axioart.com. Fair use license. via https://axioart.com/tetel/zsolnay-vaza-szalagos-viragos-mintaval-zsolnay-1903-form

Glories out of the 18th century all gilded up to decorate your home. All part of a service made for Duke Charles Alexander of Lorraine who was a first cousin of French Queen Marie Antoinette. Pieter Jozef Fonson and Jakob van der Donck, creators.

Surtout de table (ornamental centerpiece) made for  Duke Charles Alexander of Lorraine
Surtout de table (ornamental centerpiece) made for Duke Charles Alexander of Lorraine. 1755-94. Porcelain with gold, wood, and brass. Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Cc0 license 4.0. via https://www.khm.at/en/objectdb/detail/555867/?pid=2323&back=862&offset=12&lv=listpackages-5500
Jug made for the Duke Karl Alexander of Lorraine.
Jug made for the Duke Karl Alexander of Lorraine. 1755-94. Porcelain and gold. Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Cc0 License 4.0. via https://www.europeana.eu/portal/en/record/15502/KK_1269.html
Sauciere made for the Duke Karl Alexander of Lorraine. 18th c.
Sauciere made for the Duke Karl Alexander of Lorraine. 18th c. Porcelain and gold. Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Cc0 License. 4.0. via https://www.europeana.eu/portal/en/record/15502/KK_1274.html