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Dating to the late 1930s, this Hartwig Heyne studio vase is truly a time capsule. The amphora-style vessel has a rustic feel with more heft than a traditional work of studio pottery. This is because every piece Heyne crafted was hand made and not molded. Featuring the natural finish of the clay, this vase is accented by a pair of "ears" connected with a faint line. Pairing well with additional vintage studio pottery vessels in the collection, this rare and beguling object is sure to be a conversation piece.
7.5”H x 5”W
Clay with dark rustic ashen gray glaze.
Hartwig Heyne opened his pottery studio in 1850 in the small village of Tschöpeln, at the time part of the German Empire. Using the large deposits of white and light gray clay in the area, Heyne hand-crafted various pieces of pottery with a rustic charm. After relocating to Oer-Erkenschwick at the end of World War II, Heyne’s daughter, Christine, and her aunt, Meta, started a new studio and carried on the family name. Christine’s son, Hans, was the last master potter and was with the studio until its close in 2005.
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