Emons Söhne Keramik Mid-Century Slip Trailed Art Pottery Vase
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A personal favorite is this very stylish West German mid-century art pottery vase by Emons Söhne Keramik and probably dating around 1960. The finely made ceramic vase stands on a narrow round unglazed foot with slightly recessed base and is of tall bottle shape with a narrow raised cup shaped neck. The body of the vase is decorated in textured brown glazes with a salt glazed effect and is applied with a brown piped slip design repeated around the body of the vase. The slip in a darker contrasting solid brown color. With a more yellow brown to the inside of the body the vase has an unglazed base with an impressed number 2225 along with a further incised mark.
Provenance: acquired in the British Art Market
In good condition.
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
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