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    • Hugo Lonitz Majolica Log Jardiniere (Jardiniere Baumstamm)
      Dec. 14, 2021

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica Log Jardiniere (Jardiniere Baumstamm)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica Log Jardiniere (Jardiniere Baumstamm) Circa 1880 Impressed double fish mark and shape no. 1534 Naturalistically modeled on four branch feet, a riveted strap at each end, the interior turquoise. Height 5 1/4 inches, length 13 3/4 inches. Note: Though all the same numerals, the shape no. 1534 is apparently a discrepancy. This form is illustrated in the Hugo Lonitz design catalog of 1884 as model no. 1435. It was originally produced in three sizes with branch feet (a, b and c) and in two sizes without feet (d and e). The present example is size a, the largest (35 cm). It is also the most expensive (list price 3.50). The 1884 catalog does not directly provide an illustration for shape no. 1534. It is nearly chronological, but imperfect, and appears to skip this model number. Literature: Majolica International Society, Karmason Library, no. KL001629. C The Joan Stacke Graham Majolica Collection

      Doyle New York
    • Hugo Lonitz Majolica Quail Bird Jardiniere & Stand
      Feb. 15, 2020

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica Quail Bird Jardiniere & Stand

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Germany,Late 19th Century Two piece jardiniere and pedestal rendered to appear like tree bark decorated with a group of quail on the base.

      Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
    • HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE In two parts. Upper portion with central bowl supported by two cherubs. Elaborate base. Impressed d...
      Jun. 13, 2019

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE In two parts. Upper portion with central bowl supported by two cherubs. Elaborate base. Impressed d...

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE Germany, Second Half of the 19th Century In two parts. Upper portion with central bowl supported by two cherubs. Elaborate base. Impressed double fish maker's mark on undersides. Overall height 20".

      Eldred's
    • HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE
      Mar. 03, 2019

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA CENTERPIECE Late 19th c. Large German Majolica Double Tier Centerpiece Bowl with Jardiniere, by Hugo Lonitz (Neuhaldensleben, Germany), #1589, the upper section having an elaborate oval medallion and draped bowl supported by two cherub figures, resting on an oval base with mask and cherub decorated body, set on ten shell form feet, both pieces with impressed Lonitz double fish maker's mark to base, base: 6 3/8" high, 17 1/2" x 11 1/2", top: 13" x 9 1/4", overall height: 20" high. Chip to base section side scroll rim, a few underglaze firing cracks to base section surface.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Hugo Lonitz Majolica game tureen having deer atop cover opening to reveal liner (repaired), fox handles with ducks around tree trunk...
      Jan. 01, 2018

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica game tureen having deer atop cover opening to reveal liner (repaired), fox handles with ducks around tree trunk...

      Est: $4,000 - $8,000

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica game tureen having deer atop cover opening to reveal liner (repaired), fox handles with ducks around tree trunk set on realistic base of sticks and ferns (minor chips and cracks). ht. 9in., lg. 16in.

      Nadeau's Auction Gallery
    • Hugo Lonitz (German)
      Dec. 12, 2017

      Hugo Lonitz (German)

      Est: $200 - $400

      Majolica Figural Twin-handled Urn, 19th Century glazed in polychrome enamels with ram's heads to either side and swags of fruits and flowers against a cobalt blue ground, with winged caryatid handles, impressed twin fish mark to underside, repair to both heads (A/F) height 50 cm

      Shapiro Auctioneers
    • HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA URN WITH FIGURAL HANDLES - Germany. Modeled with winged female-caryatid handles and opposing ram's heads connec..
      Jul. 08, 2017

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA URN WITH FIGURAL HANDLES - Germany. Modeled with winged female-caryatid handles and opposing ram's heads connec..

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA URN WITH FIGURAL HANDLES - Germany. Modeled with winged female-caryatid handles and opposing ram's heads connected by fruit and flower swags. Embellished in heavy relief and polychrome enamels with flowers, foliage, ribbon and rondels. Cover has artichoke shaped finial; rests on a square base. Impressed double fish mark, 1466, artist's cypher. Condition good; some repairs; small piece included for restoration. Late 19th century. 20.5"H x 16"W

      Pacific Galleries
    • Hugo Lonitz Majolica Centerpiece
      Feb. 06, 2016

      Hugo Lonitz Majolica Centerpiece

      Est: $100 - $150

      Putti astride a fantastical shell, early repairs to hands of upper figure, one repaired wing on lower figure, otherwise no visible damage, 11.5"x11.5"x7.5"

      Gallery 95 Auctions
    • A Rare Hugo Lonitz Centerpiece Bowl, c. 1880
      Oct. 31, 2015

      A Rare Hugo Lonitz Centerpiece Bowl, c. 1880

      Est: $400 - $600

      A Hugo Lonitz Majolica Centerpiece Bowl, c. 1880. Modeled as three putto around a green leaf pedestal supporting a conch shell shaped circular bowl above, all on a circular earthy ground, 16 1/2"h, 15"d Catalogued and curated by Nicolaus Boston

      Strawser Auctions
    • Antique Hugo Lonitz palissy majolica square form
      Apr. 15, 2014

      Antique Hugo Lonitz palissy majolica square form

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Antique Hugo Lonitz palissy majolica square form planter decorated with insects and reptiles, approx 23cm H x 19cm W x 19cm D

      Vickers & Hoad
    • A PAIR OF HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA JARDINIÈRES, CIRCA 1890-1900
      Mar. 14, 2011

      A PAIR OF HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA JARDINIÈRES, CIRCA 1890-1900

      Est: $200 - $300

      A PAIR OF HUGO LONITZ MAJOLICA JARDINIÈRES, CIRCA 1890-1900 22.5 cm. high, impressed double fish in oval mark and 1328 , inv. no. 4-2210 (2)

      Sotheby's
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