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Rare Danish Modern Aqua and Mint Green Ceramic Vase by Soholm Stentøj, 1960s

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Extremely rare Søholm model. Handmade Danish Mid-Century Modern stoneware vase with mint and aqua green glaze and Minimalist, geometric pattern around the belly. Inside with mint green glaze. Japanese inspiration. Manufactured by Søholm Stentøj on the small Danish island of Bornholm in the 1960s. Marked on the base. Never used, mint condition.

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