DESIGNER : Jarmila Formánková MANUFACTURER : Ditmar Urbach White vase by the designer Jarmila Formánková for the Czechoslovakian firm Ditmar Urbach. Ceramic from 1959, which decor untitled "Pyzamo" is made of orange, black and yellow lines.
ARTIST : A. Lemeshenko Vintage Soviet propaganda poster from 1975. It was produced in Moscow in URSS. It was issued in editions of 135 000. It's written "GLORY TO THE WARRIOR -LIBERATOR !". This poster was realized by A. LEMESHENKO. The poster is in a good vintage condition.
ARTIST : Alexander Nikolayevich Dobrov Poster from the USSR, 1967. This poster was produced in Soviet Union in Moscow. It commemorates May 1st, 1902. It is written in Russian : "With sacred feeling keep this banner – the courage and flame of first May Days" It was drawn by Alexander Nikolayevich Dobrov (1924-1989). This poster was produced in 250 000 copies. It is in one good one vintage state.
Vintage carpet from the Czech Republic. It is a wool kilim from the 1960s. It is decorated with red geometric patterns on both sides. This carpet, in a good vintage condition, was completely cleaned by a professional.
DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec White glass vase from Poland for the manufacture Tarnowiec. Designed by the glassworker Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz in the 1980s in the last decade of the PRL period.
DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec Vase from the Eastern countries by the glassmaker Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz from the 1980s. This Polish glass was produced by the manufacturer Tarnowiec. This decoration is a pink glass with a transparent filament.
DESIGNER : Antonin Kybal Small modernist rug designed by the Czech designer Antonin Kybal. This kilim from the 1950s is decorated with a beautiful geometric composition visible on both sides. It has been cleaned by a professional. We have this carpet in two examples
ARTIST : Koukryniksy Propaganda poster of Soviet Union issued in 1967 in Moscow in 25 000 copies. It was drawn in 1941 by Koukryniksy, it is a nickname of three painters and Soviet caricaturists.At the top, it is written in Russian "we strike mercilessly and destroy the enemy." We see Hitler going out of the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact armed with a gun. He is killed by a Soviet soldier. It is a caricature of the end of of the treaty of June 22nd, 1941, because of the unilateral decision of Hitler to attack the USSR. This poster is in a good vintage state.
DESIGNER : Czeslaw Zuber MANUFACTURER : Barbara Polish glass ashtray by the designer Czeslaw Zuber from the series "osiolek". It was in the 1970s. It was produced by the manufacturer Barbara in Polanica-Zdrój.
DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec Pink glass vase. Designed by the glassworker Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz and produced in Poland in the 1980s in the last decade of the Soviet era.
Pink ceramic bowl with geometric patterns from the 1960s. It is signed under the base.
DESIGNER : Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz MANUFACTURER : Tarnowiec White glass vase. Designed by the glassworker Jerzy Słuczan-Orkusz in Poland in the 1980s in the last decade of the PRL period.
DESIGNER : Czeslaw Zuber MANUFACTURER : Barbara Eastern European glass by the glassmaker Czeslaw Zuber made in the 1970s. It was produced in Poland in manufacture Barbara. This vase is from the series "osiolek"
DESIGNER : Lýdia Mészárosová-Čepková MANUFACTURER : Royal Dux Rare Czech porcelain of the Czech ceramist Lýdia Mészárosová-Cepková. It was realized for the factory Royal Dux which is a porcelain mark from Bohemia established in 1853. This animal figurine realized in 1959 represent the production of this decade by the forms and the colors. Thus it corresponds to the same movement that the porcelains of Jaroslav Jezek.
Vintage vase from the Czech Republic. It is a pink and white ceramic with geometric patterns. It dates back to the 1960s. This vase is signed under the base.
DESIGNER : Jarmila Formánková MANUFACTURER : Ditmar Urbach Ceramic tray for the manufacturer Ditmar Urbach from 1959. It was designed by the Czechoslovakian designer Jarmila Formankova. This vase is a part of the "Pyzamo" series.
DESIGNER : Jarmila Formánková MANUFACTURER : Ditmar Urbach Ceramic tray designed by Jarmila Formánková in 1959 and produced by the Czecoslovakian manufacturer Ditmar Urbach. It is a part of the "Pyzamo" series that is recognizable by the orange, yellow and black lines.
Vintage carpet from Eastern Europe from the 1960s. It is decorated with a beautiful geometric composition in red and yellow colours. This carpet is in good vintage condition and has been cleaned by a professional.
DESIGNER : Ewa Gerczuk-Moskaluk MANUFACTURER : Sudety Big red vase designed by Ewa Gerczuk-Moskaluk for the glass manufacturer Sudety in Poland. It was produced in the 1970s. The glass design from the Polish People's Republic raises nowadays a lot of interest.
DESIGNER : Czeslaw Zuber MANUFACTURER : Barbara Big Polish vase by Czeslaw Zuber from the 1970s. It was produced by the manufacturer Barbara. This glass has strong constrasts, the outside is red then yellow and the outside is white. It is from the series entitled "osiolek".
DESIGNER : Antonin Kybal Big Czech modernist carpet designed by Antonin Kybal. It is a beautiful piece of wool from the 1950s. There is a geometric composition with contrasted colors. It was professionally cleaned.