Five 1960s German Relief Vases AK Kaiser, Thomas Germany and Royal Porzellan
Dimensions: H 30cm W 11cm D 11cm
Beautiful collection of five large white matte porcelain, or exquisite powdery bisque vases with glossy glazed interior. The shapes and mixture of glazed and unglazed surfaces was very typical of the 1960s era.
Lovely op art design in white porcelain, all five are marked at the bottom with a West-Germany company mark.
Two smallest in round and square shape by AK Kaiser: Both vases are decorated with fossil ammonites design. The organic shape and unusual relief pattern are artistically executed. Both are numbered, the round one: 187 the square one 133
Round one: 21cm high, 7.5cm wide (8.7inch high, 3inch wide)
Square one: 24cm high, 8cm wide (9.5inch high, 3.2inch wide).
Large bulbous reptile print by AK Kaiser: This tall rare beauty has fabulous crocodile or reptile pattern all around. Highly collectible, especially because of its size and texture. Numbered 263
28cm high, 11cm wide (11inch high, 4.3inch wide)
'Poodle' shaped vase with ear by Bavaria KPM: Wonderful tall vase marked Royal Porzellan Bavaria KPM Germany Handarbeit and numbered 609/1. Decorated with an impressive op art design in grainy relief pattern.
25cm high, 7cm wide (9.8inch high, 2.8inch wide)
High rounded square shaped Thomas vase: Large square vase designed by Richard Scharrer 1968 for Thomas, Rosenthal, part of the 'Arcta' series. Decorated in grainy long tree-bark shaped pattern.
30cm high and 10cm wide (11.8inch high, 3.9inch wide)
These handmade vases are in excellent condition, seems like their main purpose was to be admired.
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