Iconic West German design in the form of a double vaseCirca 1950's/early 1960's and designed by Ferdinand Langenbacher for SMF Schramberg.Textured black background with vibrant yellow and pink leaf style designs.Excellent condition, 19cm high, 16cm at widest.£42 inc UK postageT's & C's ;# We're happy to offer a 14 day returns period, full refun..
1960's vase by Walter Gerdhards for Sondgen.Squared body tapering to a round neck with the base labelled 520-24Vivid glazed orange with two 'fat lava' ridges Height 24 cm Width 10 cm Depth 10cm Vase neck diameter 7 cm£42 including free UK postage..
Drioli San Marino style flask circa 1960's/1970'sGrey lava texture surround with red and yellow fish pattern to both sides.Stylish double point with opening at one end.Great condition28cm high, 13cm at widest£28 inc UK postageT's & C's ;# We're happy to offer a 14 day returns period, full refunds offered subject to customer funded return in ori..
Stunning designer glass from the studio of Ian BamforthThis, well balanced, design is 'Pirouette' circa 2006. It's a vase at first glance, and can indeed be used as one but you realise it's a decanter when a closer look at the tallest swoop of glass reveals its a handle, designed to pick up and pour (into an equally lovely glass!)The glass us..
Rare East German studio pottery from Topferei KiesslingSet up in in Langhessen DDR in 1954 by Albert KiesslingThis jug vase, circa 1960's, is a floor vase 47cm tall, in an earthy cream with a lava style wavy line in the middle, the line is accentuated with mauve highlights (a little stronger than is coming out on the pictures on my screen!)All in e..
Superb Italian vase from the Rovigo studio of Antonio Milani circa 1960'sVery large at 42cm high and an unusual, for Italian ceramics, rectangular shape.A beautiful piece with bold bottle designs on a red backgroundIn great condition£98 inc UK postageT's & C's ;# We're happy to offer a 14 day returns period, full refunds offered subject to cust..
West German jug vase by Bay Keramik circa 1960's A nice bulging shape with blue circular decoration Marked 217-35 (so 35cm tall). Excellent condition. £38 including UK postage ..
Beautiful, large Mdina vase from the Michael Harris designed 'Earth' range first produced in the late 1960's/early 1970's.Brown and clay coloured swirls over the from the pontil on the base to the flat rimExcellent conditionHeight 22 cm Diameter at base 14 cm at neck of vase 4 cm£48 inc UK postageT's & C's ;# We're happy to offer a 14 day retur..
West German jug vase by Scheurich circa 1960's A nice angular shape with sparse abstract decoration Marked 285-40 (so 40cm tall) £42 including UK postage ..
Large West German vase by Jopeko circa 1960's Dark red fat style fading to a plain black base We've included a photo from Mark Hills 'Fat Lava' book of an example of this style Striking shape and design, this vase is part of a collection of red lava vases. Slight firing flaw to the base, invisible when stood up (see photo..
A pair of stylish West German 1960's vases Made by Scheurich, we love the subtle differences in shading that makes them look so good together Form 529 38 cm high. £58 the pair, including mainland UK postage ..
We love the shape on this OPM vase Produced in West Germany in the 1960's by Oeslauer Porzellan Manufaktur, design number 1004. W. Geobel is the name of the parent company rather than the designer which we believe would have been Hans Welling. Excellent condition 14.5cm tall £38 inc UK postage..
A classic West German vase, the 315, designed by Kurt Tschorner and manufactured by Ruscha in the 1950's This is the larger size vase at 22cm high and has a stunning black and white striped handpainted glaze Excellent condition £78 inc mainland UK postage..
San Marino is a tiny republic in the East of Italy which punches way above its weight in the world of ceramics.In a similar way to Murano glass production in Venice, it's mainly driven by several producers catering initially to the tourist and collectable business but has evolved into such a distinctive style that San Marino pottery has become 'a t..