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Beautiful West German Turquoise and White Moon Crater Vase by Ü-Keramik, 1960s


Beautiful Mid-Century example of West German pottery by Ü-Keramik, circa 1960. Featuring a stunning color combination of white over turquoise with a yellow inner glaze, the outer glaze resembles the surface of the moon with craters exposing the turquoise base glaze underneath. Simply stunning and a rare glaze to find. Shape number 455/20.


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    H 8.08 in. x Dm 4.34 in.

    H 20.5 cm x Dm 11 cm

  • Diameter
    4.34 in. (11 cm)
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    0, DE
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