1970s Modernist Red Gray and Black Lava Ceramic Huge German Vase by Scheurich


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A tall fat lava keramik vase designed and manufactured in the Seventies in Germany by Scheurich in perfect conditions. This Vase by Scheurich is a striking and unique piece of artistry that exemplifies the aesthetic trends of that era. Scheurich, a renowned German pottery manufacturer, was known for producing innovative and distinctive ceramic designs during the mid-20th century. This particular vase showcases the iconic characteristics of the Fat Lava style, which emerged in the late 1960s and remained popular throughout the 1970s. The term "Fat Lava" refers to the thick and heavily textured lava-like glazes that were often used to create dramatic and dynamic surfaces on ceramic pieces. These glazes featured bold and vibrant colors, resulting in visually captivating creations. The vase stands at an impressive height, making it a prominent decorative item in any space. Its bulbous form is emphasized by its substantial size, further accentuating its presence. The design is characterized by a combination of red, gray, and black hues, creating a visually striking contrast. The surface of the vase is textured and appears rough, with a lava-like quality that gives it a three-dimensional feel. Overall, this 1970s Vase by Scheurich embodies the spirit of the era, with its bold colors, unconventional textures, and avant-garde design. It serves as a testament to the creativity and craftsmanship of Scheurich and stands as a captivating example of the innovative ceramics produced during that time. Creator: Scheurich Keramik (Manufacturer) Dimensions: Height: 18.51 in (47 cm)Diameter: 10.63 in (27 cm)

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