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Dating to the 1950s, this ceramic klinker vase contains a multitude of history. Hand-turned by Heinrich-Maria Müller, this vessel allows the present to connect with the past through touch. Adorned with a vine-and-leaf decoration, each element of the design was hand sculpted. The process left a dimpling effect on the red clay underneath, creating a pattern that is both visually and texturally appealing. This vessel is not just a piece of décor, but a work of art and skill that is awaiting its place in your home.
12”H x 8”W
Ceramic, Terracotta with Ebony Accents
Heinrich-Maria Müller was the Head Ceramics Designer at Sawa-Franz Schwaderlapp GmbH during the 1940s. After trying his hand at multiple artistic endeavors, Müller found a passion for pottery and made pieces for the furniture brand under the name SAWA-KERAMIK. He stayed at Sawa-Franz Schwaderlapp GmbH until 1965, and is praised for his characteristic work.
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