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Large Rorstrand Stoneware Vase with a Continuous Skyline Scene of Manhattan, New York, by Oskar DahlCourtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

NEW YORK, NY.- By introducing a roster of renowned contemporary ceramic and glass artists, The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, the only vetted fair of its kind in the United States, is taking robust action to expand its already abundant offerings from the 17th through the 21st centuries. 

Our fair has always been dedicated to presenting the best in the field of ceramics and glass,” says Meg Wendy who co-produces the fair with Liz Lees. “By introducing the work of single cutting-edge artists in these mediums, we are broadening the horizon of the fair and pushing its boundaries to illustrate how three-dimensional art has gained a foot-hold in the world of art and design.” 

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Roman Period Glass Bowl, Circa 1st-4th century AD. Courtesy of Anavian Gallery.

We welcome these new artists whose work is sure to add a new dimension to our fair,” adds Liz Lees, who started The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair 17 years ago. 

Among the contemporary artists whose work will be featured are: Carrie Gustafson (Arlington MA), Gina Pirricilli Hayden (Cold Spring Harbor NY), Hideaki Miyamura Studio (Kensington NH), Vetro Vero (West Grove PA), and Michael Boroniec (Lanesboro MA). 

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White Horses, Delft, The Netherlands, around 1750Courtesy of Antiques van Geenen.

An international roster of top-tier vetted galleries and private dealers from the United States, China, Great Britain, Holland and Turkey will participate. Martin Chasin Fine Arts (Fairfield, CT), Polka Dot Antiques (Waccabuc, NY), Chen Yan Arts (China), Antiques Van Geenan (Delft, Holland) Garry Atkins Antiques Ltd. (London), Michelle Erickson (Hampton, VA), Ferrin Contemporary (Cummington, MA), Jeffrey S. Evans (Harrisonburg, VA), Katherine Houston Porcelain (Boston), Roderick Jellicoe (London), Leo Kaplan Ltd. (New York), Lee Gallery & Studio (Stevens PA), Moylan/Smelkinson (Baltimore), 

Polly Latham Asian Art (Boston), Ian Simmonds (Carlisle, PA), Philip Suval Inc. (Virginia), Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge (New York), Maria and Peter Warren Antiques(Wilton CT), Mark J. West (Redhill, England) and Lynda Willauer Antiques (Nantucket, MA).

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18th century pair of Delft plaques. Courtesy of Antiques van Geenen

The New York Ceramics & Glass Fair, which takes place on three floors of the Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street (between First and Second Avenues), opens with a Private Preview on Wednesday, January 20, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and to the public on Thursday, January 21 through Sunday, January 24. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets, including catalog, are $20 per person and can be used throughout the duration of the fair. 

As always, the New York Ceramics & Glass Fair will present a series of informative lectures by prominent experts.

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Leaf Bowl. Bill Trustlow Photography. Courtesy of Carrie Gustafson. 

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Pebble Bowls. Bill Trustlow Photography. Courtesy of Carrie Gustafson.

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Sapphire Mbola. Bill Trustlow Photography. Courtesy of Carrie Gustafson.

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Spring Birch. Courtesy of Carrie Gustafson.

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Thistle Bottles, 2014. Courtesy of Carrie Gustafson.

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Golden Years. Courtesy of Chen Yan Arts.

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Courtesy of Chen Yan Arts.

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Courtesy of Chen Yan Arts.

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Courtesy of Chen Yan Arts.

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Large Flambé Vessel. Wheel-Thrown Porcelain Oxblood Flambé Glaze. Douglas Lee Photography. Courtesy of Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studios.

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Sculpted Lava Jar. Wheel-Thrown Carved Porcelain Sculpted Lid Lava Glaze. Douglas Lee Photography. Courtesy of Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studios.

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Lychee Nut Urn. Wheel-Thrown Carved Porcelain Celadon and Lava Glazes. Collection of the artist. Douglas Lee Photography. Courtesy of Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studios.

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Lychee Nut Urn (detail). Douglas Lee Photography. Courtesy of Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studios.

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Lychee Nut Urn #1. Wheel-Thrown Carved Porcelain Sculpted Lid Lava Celadon Oxblood Glazes. Douglas Lee Photography. Courtesy of Cliff Lee/Lee Gallery & Studios.

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American Cast Iron Boston Terrier Door Stoop, Bradley & Hubbard, circa 1925, 9 3/8" x 11 3/4"Courtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

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Massive English Blue & White Jug, Circa 1820-40. Printed in a Willow-Pattern. Dimensions: 13 3/4" wide x 12 1/2" highCourtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

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Piero Fornasetti, Malachite Plate with Gild Decoration, Strumenti Musicali Pzattern, 1950's. Dimensions: 8 1/2 inches diameter. Courtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

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Pair of Chinese Export Famille Rose Baluster Vases and Covers, circa 1800-1830. Height: 16" x 9 3/4". Courtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

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Chamberlain Worcester Armorial Jug. The Marital Arms of Lucy and Forster, Circa 1810-20. Dimensions: Height 8 1/5". Courtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge

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An Unusual Chinese Export Porcelain Mandarin Tankard, Circa 1780. Dimensions: 4 3/4 " x 5 1/2 " wide x 3 3/4" diameter. Courtesy of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge.

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Vipoo Srivilasa - The Patience Flower Series PorcelainCourtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Vipoo Srivilasa. The Patience Flower Series. Porcelain, 10 x 6.5". Produced in Jingdezhen, China, 2014. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Vipoo Srivilasa. The Patience Flower Series. Porcelain, 10 x 6.5". Produced in Jingdezhen, China, 2014. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

The Patience Flower series by Vipoo Srivilasa is typical of his joyous spirit, humor and enthusiasm for porcelain. During a residency at the Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen China, he met a famous flower maker, one of the countless artisans who participate in the process of producing porcelain sculpture designed by artists. Typically up to 30 skilled artisans are involved in the production of an object including clay maker, sculptors, mold makers, transporters, kiln masters, box makers ... the flower maker works independently adorning the bear molds with various patterns based on drawings by Vipoo Srivilasa. Vipoo, Thai born and a resident of Melbourne Australia, recently led a two week workshop ArtKamp at Project Art, in Cummington.

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Sin-ying Ho, Rosy Garden Reunification Series No. 4. Porcelain Pigment, 24 x 14 x 12 Inches, 2010. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Paul Scott, Cumbrian Blue(s) Willow, 2014. Staffordshire Transferware, Collage Gold Leaf Tile Epoxy Resin, 12.5 x 10 Inches. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Paul Scott, Cumbrian Blue(s) 2014 Garden No. 1 (after Youren & Turner). Chinese Porcelain with Staffordshire Transferware, Gold Leaf Tile Cement Epoxy Resin, 11.75 x 9.75 Inches. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Robin Best, The Florida Vases: The Travels of Mark Catesby and William Bartram, Xin Cai, 14.5 x 6.5", Color Painted on Hand Thrown Translucent Porcelain, 2014. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Robin Best, The Florida Vases: The Travels of Mark Catesby and William Bartram, Xin Cai,14.5 x 6.5", Color Painted on Hand Thrown Translucent Porcelain, 2014. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Julie Bartholomew, Rarely Seen Drummond, Cronostylis Porcelain Silver Decals, 2.5 x 3.5 Inches, 2013. Courtesy of Ferrin Contemporary

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Blue Dash Charger, London Delftware. Blue Dash Charger depicting Prince George of Denmark and Consort to Queen Anne, circa 1705.  Courtesy of Garry Atkins.

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The Psychopomp Hades. Mid fire clay, Glaze, Underglaze, Gold leaf - 22.5" x cir.36". Courtesy of Gina Piccirilli Hayden. 

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Terra Mater. Mid fire clay, Glaze, Underglaze, Underglaze, Gold leaf- 23" x cir.35". Courtesy of Gina Piccirilli Hayden.

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Resurrection of Persephone. Mid fire clay, Glaze, Underglaze, Underglaze, Gold leaf - 23" x cir.30". Courtesy of Gina Piccirilli Hayden. 

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Tear Drop Shaped Vase. Sea Foam Blue Vase. Courtesy of Hideaki Miyamura

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Bottle with Brown and Gold Glaze. Courtesy of Hideaki Miyamura

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Blossom. Gold Glaze. Courtesy of Hideaki Miyamura

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George Washington Tumbler. Tumbler, with sulphide portrait of George Washington in base, height 3.25". Bakewell, Page and Bakewell, Pittsburgh, 1825. Courtesy of Ian Simmonds.

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Courtesy of Iznik Classics.

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English Staffordshire creamware figure of a stag. Attributable to Ralph Wood the Younger, circ 1770-1800. Provenance: Ex-collection of George and Mickey Deike. Jonathan Horne Antiques. Courtesy of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.

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Rare pair of American free-blown and pressed glass whale oil lamps, Circa 1835. Provenance: Ex-collection of William J. Elsholz. George Abraham & Gilbert May. Courtesy of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.

 

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abc overlay lamp. Courtesy of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates.

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Rare Red and White Cameo Glass Vase Deeply Carved Floral Design. Unsigned. Thomas Webb & Sons , English circa 1890-1900. Courtesy of Leo Kaplan Ltd.

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Rare Stevens & Williams Red and White Cameo Glass Vase. Carved with a Kingfisher, signed J. Milward, English, circa 1920. Courtesy of Leo Kaplan Ltd.

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A Selection of Fine English Saltglaze Stoneware with Oriental Decorations, circa 1760-1770. Courtesy of Leo Kaplan Ltd.

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A Fine Group of English Pearlware Horses with Pratt Colors, circa 1780-1800. Courtesy of Leo Kaplan Ltd.

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German Gobelet. A tall German goblet, c. 1730 (9 inches). Courtesy of Mark J. West.

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Jose Arias, Squirrel Critte, 2014. Clay,underglaze. Courtesy of Martin Cohen. 

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Courtesy of Martin Cohen.  

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Courtesy of Martin Cohen. 

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English White Saltglaze Teapot. English white saltglaze teapot sprigged with a face amongst the scroll work, circa 1760. Courtesy of Martyn Edgell Antiques Ltd. 

Based in Australia, Bartholomew is a regular resident artist at The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China. Her sculptural works present conceptual interest in global issues through porcelain sculptural objects created in the workshop system in Jingdezhen, the birthplace of porcelain. Saltglaze teapot with the head on as I have never seen this decoration before on any English white saltglaze of this period.

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Wedgwood and Bentley Black Basalt Plaque. With a Profile of William Duke of Cumberland the Butcher of the Scots, Circa 1765. Courtesy of Martyn Edgell Antiques Ltd. 

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Large Creamware Mug with Fan Pattern Slip Decoration, circa 1820. Courtesy of Martyn Edgell Antiques Ltd.

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Dutch Delft Dog Money Box, circa 1700. Courtesy of Martyn Edgell Antiques Ltd. 

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Spatial Spiral: Ravel II, 14 x 6.5" x 5". Terra Cotta, Glaze, 2015. Courtesy of Michael Boroniec

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Spatial Spiral: Stingray, 11 1/2 x 6.6 1/2 x 6 1/2. Earthenware, Glaze, 2015. Courtesy of Michael Boroniec

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Spatial Spiral: Black, 13" x 6 3/4" x 6 3/4" . Earthenware, Underglaze, 2015. Courtesy of Michael Boroniec

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Spatial Spiral: White, 13" x 6 3/4" x 6 3/4" . Earthenware, Glaze, 2015. Courtesy of Michael Boroniec

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American Pickle Stand. Porcelain and black porcelain slip cast press molded and hand built from cast of bullets AR 15 rifle natural shells. Size: H 16" W 10" Date: 2014. Courtesy of Michelle Erickson

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Butterfly Skulls: You & I are. Courtesy of Michelle Erickson

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Cradle for Baby G. Courtesy of Michelle Erickson

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Rake's Progress II: The Orgy Scene. Courtesy of Michelle Erickson

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Super Fly Chelsea Buddha. Courtesy of Michelle Erickson.

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Very Rare Casas Grandes Bowl, Prehistoric Period, 1060-1340 AD. Diam 7". Courtesy of Philip Suval Inc.

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Acoma Four Color Olla, c. 1900. Courtesy of Philip Suval Inc.

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An Important Susie Cooper Gloria Lustre Plaque for A.E. Gray's Pottery, 1924. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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The Death of Munroe. A Rare Staffordshire Pearlware Table Base Group of 'The Death of Munroe,' in the manner of Obadiah Sherratt, modeled as a large tiger attacking the stricken Lieutenant Munroe, on rectangular base with bracket feet, the title inscribed to two oval plaques, 14.5" x 11" high. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Fell Pottery Pearlware Lustre Watch Hutch. Impressed Mark FELL 10 ¾ Inches Circa 1810-20. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Harry Nixon Persian Ware Vase. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Lois Whitcomb Rhead Pate sur Pate Plaque. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Moorcroft Liberty Florian Vase. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Rare Two Handled Silver Lustre Cream Ware Vase. Cobalt Blue Bat Printed Classical Figures in Oval Panels 14 ½ Inches High Circa 1800. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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Staffordshire Table Base Equestrians. Courtesy of Polka Dot Antiques LLC

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An exceptionally fine and rare pair of Chinese export porcelain Famille Verte wine cooler, Kangxi, circa 1700. Courtesy of Polly Latham Asian Art Inc.

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Cornelius Pronk Design: “The Doctor’s VisitCourtesy of Polly Latham Asian Art Inc.

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Pair of Rare Chinese export Famille Rose Figural Candleholders, Late 18th centuryCourtesy of Polly Latham Asian Art Inc.

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Pair of Chinese export Grisaille "Pêcheur". Courtesy of Polly Latham Asian Art Inc.

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Very Rare Famille Verte Teapot, 7 1/4″ tall x 5″ wide.  Circa 1700Courtesy of Polly Latham Asian Art Inc.

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Tourmaline Screbble, 2015. Courtesy of Vetro Vero. 

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Pagliesco Goblets, 2015. Courtesy of Vetro Vero.

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English Saltglaze Drabware Tea Pot on three mask and paw feet. Courtesy of Warren Antiques.

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An English Creamware polychrome enamel Chintz decorated Tea Pot, enameled by David Rhodes, c. 1770. Courtesy of Warren Antiques.

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Fine Scarce Late 17th Century Bristol Delft Octagonal William and Mary Portrait PlateCourtesy of Mark & Marjorie Allen Antiques

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Remaking Realities #4: Nefeli Massia, 2010 Crystal Holographies 4"h x 8"w x 6"d. Courtesy of ILIAD.

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As Red as Black is, 2014. Manganese Ceramic pinch pots with red glaze in a reclaimed lumber frame (stainless steel stand-offs, 97% optically accurate acrylic) 57"H x 27"W. Courtesy of John Pagliaro.

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Boston. Courtesy of TOJ Gallery.