Mid Century Modern Ceramics & Glass

Mid Century Ceramics and glass are a part of the earliest trades on the earth. Humans came to realize that clay could be transformed into artifacts by blending it with water. Glass, on the other hand, was introduced in 5,000 BCE by Phoenician merchants by accident. These discovered materials would eventually go on to become valuable works of art. Mid Century and modern ceramics and glass are widely used in daily lives.

While ceramics are used to make the finest tableware, dinnerware, and cookware, blown glass is used to manufacture wine glasses, pitchers, and jars. Bidsquar presents a wide collection of modern and mid century ceramics and glass on sale that dates back from the 17th century to the 21st century. These items have long been admired as a unique form of art. Bidsquare offers ceramics and glass at auctions influenced by different historic styles and movements such as Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Cubism, and more.

Some of the 20th century ceramics and glass featured on sale are crafted by renowned designers including Toots Zynsky, Valeska Soares, Wendell Castle, David Clarke, Stig Lindberg, and Elio Raffaeli. Dating from the Neolithic era to Republic Period porcelain, you can find tall kinds of artifacts at Bidsquare auctions with the most unique craftsmanship.

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