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Hungarian Clay Pottery

Earthenware Hungarian Pottery, circa 1900s
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Earthenware Hungarian Pottery, circa 1900s This exquisite piece of European pottery, originating
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Early 20th Century Hungarian Folk Art Vases

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Earthenware

Handcrafted Pottery Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
Located in Oud-Turnhout, VAN
Original Handcrafted Pottery Earthenware Container Jar Pot, Made in Hungary early 1900's. Red clay
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Early 20th Century Hungarian Primitive Jars

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Clay

Handcrafted Pottery Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
Handcrafted Pottery Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
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H 10.24 in W 13.39 in D 13.39 in
Handcrafted Pottery XL Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
Located in Oud-Turnhout, VAN
Original Handcrafted Pottery Earthenware XL Container Pot, Made in Hungary early 1900's. Red clay
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Early 20th Century Hungarian Primitive Jars

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Clay

Handcrafted Pottery XL Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
Handcrafted Pottery XL Container Jar Pot, early 1900's Hungary
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H 10.24 in W 13.78 in D 13.78 in
Hungarian Red Ware Folk Art Rooster - Lidded Jug/Teapot by Imre Szűcs
Located in Morristown, NJ
resources, which Szűcs employs in his ornately decorated pottery. Clay is regionally sourced, and so is
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Late 20th Century Hungarian Folk Art Ceramics

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Pottery

Lívia Gorka Decorative Ceramic Bowl, Hungary ca 1960s
By Livia Gorka
Located in Budapest, HU
Munkácsy Mihály Prize-winning Hungarian ceramicist, worthy artist, and daughter of Géza Gorka
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Vintage 1960s Hungarian Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

Lívia Gorka Hungarian Ceramist Mid-Century Modern Hand Thrown Wall Plate, 1960s
By Livia Gorka
Located in Miami, FL
Mid-Century Modern Decorative Plate by Hungarian artist Gorka Livia (1925-2011). This plate like
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Vintage 1960s Hungarian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Pottery, Ceramic

A Set of Six Hungarian Red Ware Folk Art Cups and Saucers by Imre Szűcs
Located in Morristown, NJ
his ornately decorated pottery. Clay is regionally sourced, and so is paint which is created from
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Late 20th Century Hungarian Folk Art Ceramics

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Pottery

Livia Gorka Vase
By Livia Gorka
Located in New York, NY
masterful craftsmanship, deep connection to nature, and innovative approach to pottery. At the heart of her
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Vintage 1950s Hungarian Ceramics

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Ceramic

Livia Gorka Vase
Livia Gorka Vase
H 12.6 in Dm 4.73 in
"Cover Jar w/ Rooster, " Stoneware, Bronze, & Feathers signed by Ernst Gramatzki
By Ernst Gramatzki
Located in Milwaukee, WI
of two Hungarian art students taken in as borders by his family following the Hungarian revolution
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Bronze

"Cover Jar w/ 2 Birds, " Stoneware and Bronze signed by Ernst Gramatzki
By Ernst Gramatzki
Located in Milwaukee, WI
and is the birthplace of philosopher Emanuel Kant. His interest in art is the result of two Hungarian
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1990s Neo-Expressionist Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

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Located in Miami, FL
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Located in Studio City, CA
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By Ernst Gramatzki
Located in Milwaukee, WI
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By Ernst Gramatzki
Located in Milwaukee, WI
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By Ernst Gramatzki
Located in Milwaukee, WI
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Hungarian Clay Pottery For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more in our collection of Hungarian clay pottery on 1stDibs. Frequently made of ceramic, pottery and clay, every piece of Hungarian clay pottery was constructed with great care. Whether you’re looking for newer or older items, there are earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Each item from our selection of Hungarian clay pottery bearing folk art or mid-century modern hallmarks is very popular. Livia Gorka each produced at least one beautiful choice in our collection of Hungarian clay pottery that is worth considering.

How Much is a Hungarian Clay Pottery?

Prices for a piece of Hungarian clay pottery can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $225 and can go as high as $1,250, while the average can fetch as much as $429.