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Klase Keramik Höganäs Ceramic Vase Collection of 15, 1960s Earth Tones and Blue

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    Located in Søgne, NO
    Explore an exceptional piece of vintage lighting with this handmade ceramic lamp from the iconic manufacturer Klase Keramik Höganäs, crafted with love and craftsmanship in the 1960s!...
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  • Klase Keramik Höganäs Stoneware Lamp in Earth Tones, 1960s
    By Höganäs Keramik
    Located in Søgne, NO
    Explore an exceptional piece of vintage lighting with this handmade ceramic lamp from the iconic manufacturer Klase Keramik Höganäs, crafted with love and craftsmanship in the 1960s!...
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    Located in Søgne, NO
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  • Scheurich Vintage "Fat Lava" Ceramic Vase Collection, 1970-1979, West Germany
    By Scheurich Keramik
    Located in Søgne, NO
    Unique Collection: Set of 3 Vintage "Fat Lava" Scheurich Ceramic Vases with Fabiola Decor This vases adds a touch of timeless elegance in the home. Whether you're an avid collector or simply seeking to infuse a touch of vintage charm into your space. An exquisite collection of 3 vintage "Fat Lava" Scheurich ceramic vases featuring the beautiful Fabiola decor on two of them. Each vase is a masterfully designed artwork that combines functionality with beauty. Whether you want to infuse a pop of color into your living room, entrance, or dining area, these vases will undoubtedly attract attention and admiration. Characteristics: Scheurich Quality: Renowned for craftsmanship and exclusive design, these vases exemplify exceptional quality and unique aesthetics. Varied Colors: The set includes three different colors - brown, beige, and orange, creating a warm and inviting expression. Timeless Design: Crafted in ceramic during the period between 1970 and 1979, the vases embody the charm and character of that era. Fat Lava Style: Known as "Fat Lava" vases due to bold, textured surfaces, a popular style of the time. Fabiola Decor: The largest and smallest vases feature the exquisite Fabiola decoration, adding an extra touch of elegance and history. Shape and Height: The largest vase: Form 401, Height 28 cm The smallest vase: Form 209, Height 18 cm The middle vase: Form 293, Height 26 cm Versatility: Use them to display fresh flowers, dried branches, or simply as standalone decorative pieces. Marked with Form Number, Height, and "West Germany" on Underside of Each Vase History: Scheurich Keramikfabrik boasts a rich and remarkable history. Founder Alois Scheurich, along with his cousin Fridolin Greulich, established the company in 1928, initially operating as a wholesaler of glass, porcelain, and ceramics. In 1948, they began producing ceramics under the name "Scheurich & Greulich." In 1954, Alois Scheurich continued ceramic production independently, founding Scheurich Keramikfabrik KG. The company evolved into a market leader in indoor pots...
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    By Riihimäen Lasi Oy, Helena Tynell
    Located in Søgne, NO
    Unique Collectible: Blue Pala Vase by Helena Tynell Dive into a piece of Finnish glass history with this stunning blue Pala (Block) vase designed by the legendary Helena Tynell. Rad...
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