Elma Keramik Pair of Ceramic Jugs, Germany
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Particular and original pair of German ceramic jugs (or vases), the shapes are unusual and innovative, the colors, black and white, and the decoration are balanced and proportioned respecting a Minimalist and modernist design, the largest, on the bottom, bears the identifying mark of the company Elma-Keramik, The object was created in limited edition, the jug is number 20 and 2007 is the model number, while the other one is a prototype, always by the same company, maybe never entered in production. The two objects were produced between 1958 and 1960 by Elma-Keramik Liebhart, a historic German company based in the small town of Ransbach-Baumbach in the Westerwald region (Germany) famous for the quality of its clay quarries; the factory was founded after World War II and existed until the early 1960s, created eccentric decorative ceramics in a modern style with a limited production run, Elma-Keramik's products found favor among ceramic collectors throughout Europe in the 1950s and 1960s. Measures large pitcher diameter 17cm, height 21cm, small pitcher diameter 7cm, height 17cm.
Place of origin:
21H x 17DI
8,27H x 6,69DI
Creator / Artist:
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
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