1990s Campbell Soup Square Glass Tray Designed by Andy Warhol for Rosenthal


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The glass tray designed by Andy Warhol for Rosenthal is a decorative tray that features the Warhol's iconic Campbell Soup can designs. This tray was created in the 1990s by Rosenthal, a German porcelain and glassware manufacturer, as part of a limited edition series of home decor items featuring Warhol's artwork. It's in perfect conditions probably never used, and signed Andy Warhol on the front and labeled by Rosenthal on the bottom. The tray is made of clear glass and has a square shape with rounded corners. making it a compact but eye-catching piece of decor. The tray's surface features a continuous colorful reproduction of one of Warhol's Campbell Soup can designs, which were first created in the 1960s as part of his exploration of consumer culture and advertising. The tray's design is simple but bold, and its use of vibrant colors and familiar imagery make it a great conversation starter and a fun addition to any room. As a limited edition item designed by a well-known artist, the tray may have some collectible value among fans of Warhol's work or collectors of vintage glassware and home decor. Creator: Rosenthal (Manufacturer),Andy Warhol (Artist) Dimensions: Height: 13.78 in (35 cm)Width: 13.78 in (35 cm)Depth: 1.58 in (4 cm)

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Andy Warhol
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