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Klase Keramik Höganäs Ceramic 1960´s Vase Collection of 3, in Earth Tones

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Discover Timeless Elegance: Handcrafted Ceramic Vases by Klase Keramik Höganäs Product Description: Elevate your space with a trio of exquisite ceramic vases, meticulously handcrafted by Klase Keramik Höganäs in the 1960s. These vases, though diverse in size, share a harmonious design language that exudes sophistication and charm. Crafted with precision and care, each vase is a testament to Klase Keramik's mastery of form and texture. With their earthy tones and subtle glazes, these vases effortlessly blend rustic warmth with understated luxury, making them ideal focal points for any room. Product Specifications: Quantity: 3 vases Designer: Otto Klaesson Colors: Earth tones with hints of blue Texture: Combination of glazed and raw ceramics Manufacturer: Klase Keramik Höganäs Year: 1960s Material: Stone and clay Stamp: "Klase Höganäs Stengods" Sizes: Large Vase: Height: 13cm, Diameter: 10.5cm Medium Vase: Height: 10cm, Diameter: 9cm Small Vase: Height: 9.5cm, Diameter: 9cm About the Manufacturer: Established in 1959 by Otto Klaesson, Klase Keramik Höganäs has been a beacon of craftsmanship and innovation for generations. Rooted in tradition yet embracing modernity, Klase Keramik continues to create timeless pieces that captivate hearts and minds. A Piece of History: More than mere decorative items, these vases are artifacts of a bygone era, preserving the spirit of the 1960s within their elegant curves and refined finishes. Each vase tells a story of Klase Keramik's dedication to excellence and its enduring legacy of beauty. Enhance your home with the timeless allure of Klase Keramik Höganäs. Order now and bring a touch of history into your living space.
  • Creator:
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 5.12 in (13 cm)Diameter: 4.14 in (10.5 cm)
  • Sold As:
    Set of 3
  • Style:
    Mid-Century Modern (In the Style Of)
  • Materials and Techniques:
    Ceramic,Glazed,Hand-Crafted,Unglazed
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    ca 1960
  • Condition:
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Seller Location:
    Søgne, NO
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU9064239514392
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