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Vintage German large ceramic vases

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Each of our vintage German ceramic vases are hand-picked by the SCP team. 

German pottery from the 1960's and 1970's has a dedicated collector base that appreciates its style and eccentric aesthetic. Some of these ceramic pieces are hand-thrown while others are mass-produced stock shapes. Even stock shapes are made unique by the rough textures and the huge range of individual glazes. 

Factories that produced these ceramic pieces include Baykeramik, Carstens, Dumler & Breiden, Jopeko, Roth, Ruscha, and Scheurich. Many are only marked with a serial number or often with W.Germany. Fat Lava, a nickname for these eclectic pieces, references the thick pumice and lava-like glazing. Funnily, because of translation errors on the internet "thick pumice" became "fat lava". They look great grouped and displayed as collections throughout the home.

Sold individually. Sizes vary.

As these items are vintage we recommend viewing before buying.

Available from our East Showroom.

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Each of our vintage German ceramic vases are hand-picked by the SCP team. 

German pottery from the 1960's and 1970's has a dedicated collector base that appreciates its style and eccentric aesthetic. Some of these ceramic pieces are hand-thrown while others are mass-produced stock shapes. Even stock shapes are made unique by the rough textures and the huge range of individual glazes. 

Factories that produced these ceramic pieces include Baykeramik, Carstens, Dumler & Breiden, Jopeko, Roth, Ruscha, and Scheurich. Many are only marked with a serial number or often with W.Germany. Fat Lava, a nickname for these eclectic pieces, references the thick pumice and lava-like glazing. Funnily, because of translation errors on the internet "thick pumice" became "fat lava". They look great grouped and displayed as collections throughout the home.

Sold individually. Sizes vary.

As these items are vintage we recommend viewing before buying.

Available from our East Showroom.