International Decorative Arts

 (8573 works)

  • Teapot stand
    Title
    Teapot stand
    Production date
    (c. 1765)
    Artist/Maker
    FRANKENTHAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, Frankenthal (manufacturer)
    Medium
    porcelain (hard-paste)
    Accession number
    3831-D3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1939
  • Vase
    Title
    Vase
    Production date
    Qing dynasty, Yongzheng period 1723-1735
    Artist/Maker
    CHINESE
    Medium
    porcelain
    Accession number
    3762-D3
    Credit Line
    Gift of H. W. Kent, 1938
  • Double-spouted vessel
    Title
    Double-spouted vessel
    Production date
    (c. 1879-1880) {designed}; (1879-1882) {manufactured}
    Artist/Maker
    Christopher DRESSER (designer); LINTHORPE POTTERY, Middlesbrough (manufacturer)
    Medium
    earthenware
    Accession number
    2010.122
    Credit Line
    Purchased with funds donated by Lauraine Diggins and Michael Blanche, 2010
  • Side chair
    Title
    Side chair
    Production date
    (1836-1840)
    Artist/Maker
    MICHAEL THONET & CO., Boppard am Rhein (manufacturer); Michael THONET (designer)
    Medium
    walnut, cane
    Accession number
    D28-1993
    Credit Line
    Purchased through The Art Foundation of Victoria with the assistance of J. Gadsden Australia Limited, Fellow, 1993
  • CUP, COVER & STAND
    Title
    CUP, COVER & STAND
    Production date
    Artist/Maker
    W. T. COPELAND AND SONS, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (manufacturer)
    Medium
    Turquoise, with painted fruit
    Accession number
    355.1-3-D1M
    Credit Line
  • Cup
    Title
    Cup
    Production date
    Qing dynasty, Kangxi period
    Artist/Maker
    CHINESE
    Medium
    porcelain
    Accession number
    592-D4
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1947
  • Chair
    Title
    Chair
    Production date
    (1902)
    Artist/Maker
    Carlo BUGATTI
    Medium
    wood, painted and gilt vellum, copper
    Accession number
    2008.96
    Credit Line
    Purchased with the assistance of Paula Fox, the NGV Women's Association and the NGV Supporters of Decorative Arts, 2008
  • Bull-frog vase
    Title
    Bull-frog vase
    Production date
    (c. 1885-1891)
    Artist/Maker
    BURMANTOFTS, Leeds, Yorkshire (manufacturer)
    Medium
    earthenware
    Accession number
    D66-1994
    Credit Line
    Gift of Mrs Susan Altmann, 1994
  • Wine glass
    Title
    Wine glass
    Production date
    (c. 1770)
    Artist/Maker
    ENGLAND (manufacturer)
    Medium
    glass, enamel
    Accession number
    433-D5
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1962
  • St George and the dragon
    Title
    St George and the dragon
    Production date
    (c. 1778-1780)
    Artist/Maker
    Ralph WOOD (modeller)
    Medium
    earthenware
    Accession number
    4530-D3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1939
  • The leap of Marcus Curtius, dish
    Title
    The leap of Marcus Curtius, dish
    Production date
    (1525-1530)
    Artist/Maker
    ITALY, Faenza
    Medium
    earthenware (maiolica)
    Accession number
    4671-D3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1940
  • Sake bottle
    Title
    Sake bottle
    Production date
    (early 16th century)
    Artist/Maker
    JAPANESE
    Medium
    stoneware (Bizen ware)
    Accession number
    AS38-1985
    Credit Line
    Purchased through The Art Foundation of Victoria with the assistance of CRA Limited, Fellow, 1985
  • Dish
    Title
    Dish
    Production date
    (early 15th century)
    Artist/Maker
    CHINESE
    Medium
    porcelain
    Accession number
    1301-D4
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1953
  • Cooking vessel, Liding
    Title
    Cooking vessel, Liding
    Production date
    11th century BC
    Artist/Maker
    CHINESE
    Medium
    bronze
    Accession number
    AS9-1969
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1969
  • Plate
    Title
    Plate
    Production date
    (1753-1755)
    Artist/Maker
    CHELSEA PORCELAIN FACTORY, London (manufacturer)
    Medium
    porcelain (soft-paste)
    Accession number
    372-D4
    Credit Line
    The Colin Templeton Collection. Gift of Mrs Colin Templeton, 1942